The Reel Life's parents always told us that honesty is the best policy. And a Freeport, Florida man apparently agrees, even if it means implicating himself for possession of marijuana.
Earlier this month, an Okaloosa County Sheriff's deputy stopped a truck driven by a 26-year-old man when he saw him make a right turn without signaling. The policemen noticed some drug paraphernalia, and asked the driver if he would find anything else in the truck.
According to the Northwest Florida Daily, the driver's response was, "I wish I could say no."
The policeman found four grams of marijuana upon searching the vehicle, and the man has been charged with possession of marijuana and narcotic equipment possession.
But hey, thumbs up for honesty in Florida!
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