And now, another case of nobody’s looking for you, dude.
Authorities in Idaho have released a 911 phone call that resulted in a drug trafficking arrest. The call, released by the Rexburg Police Department, details an incident nearly a year ago on Jan. 23, 2015, when two out-of-state drug traffickers got high and called police to turn themselves in. Leland Ayala-Doliente, 22, and Holland Sward, 23, were travelling from Las Vegas to Bozeman, Montana, with some 20 pounds of marijuana.
Court documents show the men were using marijuana during their trip and when they entered Idaho, they felt they were being followed by undercover police officers.
They must have been using some pretty high end stuff, because they weren’t.
That video contains audio of the 911 call, complete with the use of the word jackwagon.
In June, Sward pleaded guilty to possession with intent to deliver, amended down from an original charge. Sward was given a five-year sentence to prison. District Judge Greg Moeller suspended the judgment and placed Sward on probation for five years and ordered him to serve 30 days in jail. Ayala-Doliente was sentenced to one and a half to eight years in prison in November. Moeller increased the sentence after Ayala-Doliente tested positive for marijuana, cocaine and oxycodone on his sentencing day.
I’m not sure if young Leland was full of those things when he made the call, but points for sounding far more together on the phone than he should have in that condition if the answer is yes.