In Other News: A Man Asks the Cops to Help Find His Briefcase Full of Cocaine

| September 29, 2016

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A guy in Seattle was walking his dog outside the stadium during the Seahawks game on Sunday, when a 19-year-old stopped to pet his dog.

But when the kid left, he accidentally left a briefcase behind. So the guy with the dog pointed it out to some cops.

They opened it to see if it had any info that would help them track the guy down . . . and found 154 grams of COCAINE inside, plus some marijuana and pills.

Now, they were REALLY interested in tracking down the guy . . . but they didn’t need to try too hard.

Because a few minutes later, he walked up to THEM and asked if they’d seen a briefcase around . . . he says he’d left some important papers inside.

He was immediately arrested for possession of narcotics with intent to distribute.

(FOX 13 – Seattle)

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