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  1. Diverboone
    Woman Arrested For Possessing Spoon Covered With Dried Spaghettios

    GAINSVILLE, GA — An innocent woman had several months of her life destroyed when she was arrested and charged with a felony because of a spaghetti-encrusted spoon found in her possession.

    Ashley Gabrielle Huff, 23, had no criminal history and insisted that “there's no way in hell” that there could have been any drugs in her possession during a traffic stop in July. Nonetheless, a Gainsville police officer honed in on a spoon that was “on her or near her” in the vehicle in which she was riding as a passenger.

    Suspecting that the spoon had drug residue on it, the officer arrested Ms. Huff and charged her with possession of methamphetamines. Even for trace amounts, the charge is a third degree felony in Florida, which could have netted her as much as five years in one of Florida’s brutal and abusive state prisons.

    read more here http://www.informationliberation.com/?id=48362


  1. MikePatton
    Well, isn't that exactly why they have field drug tests? And even if they don't they could test it easily back at the station. I really don't get why this woman spent a few months in jail before they bothered to test the stuff, It's mandatory procedure.
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