Wyoming Man Arrested For Going Door-To-Door To Sell Cocaine
It does sound a tad more enticing than a refurbished vacuum cleaner, but we’ll still have to pass.
According to the Casper Star-Tribune, a 56-year-old Casper man was arrested Monday evening after he attempted to sell his stash of Colombian bam bam by going door-to-door to several residences on Conwell Street.
Police said Thomas Avery Glenn approached a woman in her yard around 6:30 p.m. and asked her if she wanted to get high on his booger sugar. She declined and told Glenn to get off her lawn, so he walked across the street and knocked on the door of another house.
When police arrived, Glenn walked through another yard and tried to dump his stash of snout candy on the other side of a fence. It was a good effort, but it didn’t fool police, as one of the officers opened the bag and found both cocaine and meth inside.
Glenn told police the drugs weren’t his and that he was going door-to-door looking for tree-trimming work. The biggest problem with Glenn’s story is that it wasn’t true, so officers arrested him and charged him with possession of meth, possession of cocaine and possession of a controlled substance with the intent to deliver.
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