Police busted an east Texas man for selling drugs out of his home, but it’s what he was wearing at the time, that’s been grabbing people’s attention.
In his booking photo, 47-year-old Adrian Harold Pounders is seen wearing a t-shirt that reads: “Don’t meth with me.”
Ironically, the slogan belongs to an anti-meth campaign in Texas, that warns of the drug’s dangers, according to CBS 19 .
The arrest affidavit reveals that a Crockett Police officer found out – through a passenger during a traffic stop – that Pounders was selling illegal drugs from his home.
Crockett Police executed a search warrant at Pounders home and found methamphetamine and numerous items of drug paraphernalia inside the residence.
Pounders was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. In addition, he was charged with abandoning/endangering a child — due to his juvenile son being present at the time.
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