Now, more than ever, the rise in the number of drug addicts is so fast that dealing with the problem has become so difficult. Also, those who are using drugs in today’s time are more aggressive and fearless, thus the rise of so many crimes resulting from drug use and addiction. It seems almost everyday that someone gets caught using, selling, or transporting drugs.
Just like with a man in Evansville who was put into jail after police have found different types of drugs, as well as drug related materials in his vehicle. But the worse thing about it is that, he tried to bribe the authorities just to get out of such mess. This simply shows that some people think that they could get away with everything as long as they have drugs and they believe in the power of these substance. This is why there should be more recovery centers readily available to help people and let them stay away from drugs.
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EVANSVILLE, IN (WFIE) –A 28-year-old man is in jail after police found several different types of drugs and drug related materials inside his vehicle.
The arrest affidavit states, Kyle Pujari, 28-years-old, of Robards, Kentucky was driving an SUV near the Columbia and North Main Street area around 3 a.m. Sunday when he passed an EPD cruiser. The SUV being driven by Pujari did not have headlights on when he passed the officers.
Once officers pulled the SUV over they began searching Pujari and the inside of the vehicle. While being searched Pujari asked the officers if he could bribe them to let him go.
The EPD officers denied the offer, according to the affidavit.
The following items were found during the search:
- 1,030 grams of marijuana
- 205 grams of wax like substance; field tested positive for THC
- 30.6 grams of hash oil; field tested positive for THC
- 465.5 grams of LSD; 443 stamps, equivalent to five-grams
- 12.9 grams of substances that field tested positive for cocaine
- 28.5 grams of substances that field tested positive for methamphetamine
- $6,764 in cash
Pujari made a second attempt at bribing the officers after the search, offering them all the money and drugs in order to let him go, according to the affidavit. Once again the officers said no.
Pujari is being held in the Vanderburgh County Jail without bond.