Man, 21, poses for a joyful mugshot after he called 911 to report his marijuana and the Alabama police found him with COCAINE
- Dante Michael Bellamoli, 21, from Georgia, called Friday 911 from Mentone Market on Highway 117 in Alabama and complained that his marijuana had been stolen
- Narcotics & Interdiction Team responded and found cocaine with him
- Bellamoli was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia
A man was arrested after he called the police and complained that his pot was stolen, but the police discovered him in possession of cocaine.
Dante Michael Bellamoli, 21, seems swallowed up in a bizarre mugshot where he is portrayed with a broad smile and apparently unable to look directly at the camera.
Belamoli called Friday 911 from the Mentone Market in Alabama and reported an alleged theft to a DeKalb County operator.
Dante Michael Bellamoli, 21, from Georgia, the so-called 911 Friday complaining his marijuana was stolen and eventually being arrested and accused of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug equipment
The operator brought the conversation to the DeKalb County Sheriff office, which in a press release like & # 39; unusual & # 39; described.
& # 39; The person asked for an assistance officer after his marijuana was stolen, & # 39; explained the sheriff's office.
When the Mentone Department and police officers of the DeKalb County Sheriff & # 39; s Office Narcotics & Interdiction Team responded to the Bellamoli help, the incident got more serious.
Bellamoli – from Georgia – appeared to have cocaine and drugs in the store on Highway 117 in Mentone.
Bellamoli was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.
But the sheriff said this wasn't the first time they had a strange phone call.
Narcotics & Interdiction Team responded to the Mentone Market on Highway 117 in Alabama and found cocaine with him
& # 39; Although it is very unusual for someone to send a message about their missing marijuana, our coordinators make all kinds of phone calls, from cows in the roadway to extremely serious incidents and emergencies, & # 39; said Sherlock Nick Welden of DeKalb County.
& # 39; They are ready to take action regardless of the nature of the call and do an excellent job as the first point of contact for our delegates.
& # 39; They are our eyes and ears and guide our delegates with real-time information so that they can do their work as safely as possible. & # 39;
The first time marijuana is in possession of a personal sum is a crime in Alabama and has a maximum penalty of one year that can be suspended. Fines can reach $ 6,000.
For cocaine, it is a one to ten year prison sentence and a fine of up to $ 15,000.
But Sheriff Welden admitted that the emergency call number was a man's mistake.
& # 39; It was probably not the best decision for this person to choose to report stolen marijuana, but we were happy to investigate it for him, & # 39; Sheriff Welden added. & # 39; God bless! & # 39;
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