In case you can't see the image above, let me sum up what happened. Two guys looking to score some sweet sweet nose candy walk up to a police officer who just finished his shift in Hartford, CT as he's leaving a police department and tell him they want to score some blow. So, they ask if he will sell them some, presumably not noticing that he's leaving a police department, but first they need to hit up an ATM to grab $60. The kind officer, always ready to protect and serve (even when off duty), points out that there just happens to be an ATM in the lobby of the police department. The two knuckleheads, presumably too excited about the prospect of playing in the snow, decide to go into the department, take out their $60 and proceed to get arrested. The $60 was tagged as evidence.
Deputy Police Chief of the Hartford PD Tweeted the above report with the caption "and this happened" probably through severe laughing fits.
And, this is why you don't do drugs kids. It clouds your judgment and makes you miss even the most obvious details, like the fact that the building attached to the parking lot you're standing in is attached to a police station.
Major props to the officer for keeping a straight face during the whole encounter and getting these two dunderheads off the streets.
So, stay in school, keep your nose clean and respect our men and women in blue.
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