Friday, March 22, 2013

IPOD man keeps money
Washington County Judge James Nidiffer says a man arrested on drug and theft charges is allowed to keep the money police confiscated from him at the time of his arrest. 27-year-old Christopher Workman was arrested after taking his purchasing an IPOD from a local retail store, then putting his old broken IPOD back into the box and trying to return it to the store for a refund, Officers report that when they arrived Workman had the strong stench of marijuana on him…he admitted to the officer he had smoked the drug and taken suboxone before coming to the store…a search of him revealed a small bag of marijuana and around 45-hundred dollars in cash. Workman says the money is from a recent inheritance and the judge ruled during a seizure hearing his is allowed to keep the money…Workman is going to pay his bond and hire a lawyer with his money. (CC)

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