Man Allegedly Tells Police: ‘These Aren’t My Socks’ After He’s Found With Drugs

An Ohio man who was pulled over for a traffic stop was caught with cocaine in his sock then allegedly told police: “These aren’t my socks.”

After the man was taken into custody, officers found at least three other suspected illicit substances on Clark’s person, some of which he said he ‘forgot that was in there,’ and some he said were given to him ‘to hold,’ according to police.

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A man arrested for possession of illegal drugs found in his socks allegedly told police that the socks he was wearing weren’t his, according to reports.

Police in Austintown, Ohio, arrested Damien K. Clark Jr., 20, after the drugs were found in his socks during a traffic stop, according to Fox 13.

Officers pulled Clark over last Saturday for failure to use his turn signal, but upon approaching his vehicle, officers reported that Clark smelled heavily of marijuana. Police also said they spied loose clumps of marijuana on the car’s floorboards.

Police say they then did a thorough search of the suspect and his vehicle and discovered cocaine inside one of the socks he was wearing. More

I can’t even imagine how the conversation with the police goes after that: “so who’s socks are they?” That excuse might actually work with his mommy, but it’s not going to fly with the po-po.

I can’t stress this enough. When you borrow someone’s socks please search them thoroughly before wearing. Remember, you and you alone are responsible for what’s found in your socks.

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