Suspect asks cop: Can I have my weed back?
BEAVER, Pa. (AP) - December 13, 2011 (WPVI) -- A defense attorney was arguing that a bag of marijuana that fell on the ground during a western Pennsylvania traffic stop could have belonged to one of three other men in the car with his client that night.
Until the officer testified Monday that 19-year-old Devonte Davon Jeter asked him a question: "Can I have my weed back?"
Jeter was one of four men in a car stopped by Midland police on May 13.
Assistant District Attorney Kevin Kindred argued to the judge, "I don't know what else `Can I have my weed back?' can mean, other than it's his."
The Beaver County Times reports a district judge agreed with the prosecutor, and ordered Jeter to stand trial on marijuana possession charges after that testimony.
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