4 Arrested After State Trooper Discovers Them Smoking Pot In A Car Parked In POLICE STATION Parking Lot.

Posted on March 30, 2013

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New Jersey (The Gaslamp Post) – State Trooper Erik Tapia was loading his gear into his patrol car at the start of his shift last Tuesday night, when he caught a whiff of something that you wouldn’t think you would smell in the parking lot of a police station.  Trooper Tapia took a quick scan of the dimly lit lot and then only had to follow his nose in order to find the source of the smell of marijuana.

He quickly located a vehicle parked just a few spaces down from him that was occupied by 3 individuals.  They were reportedly smoking pot in the car while waiting for a friend of theirs who had gone inside to obtain his vehicle that had been impounded.

According to the Star-Ledger, Trooper Tapia spotted what appeared to be multiple bags of marijuana inside of a brown container inside of the suspected vehicle, as well as several bags that appeared to have been falling out of one of the suspects pockets as he approached.  Trooper Tapia then quickly radioed back to his barracks for backup and then went in to nab the merry pothead trio.

Officers found multiple bags of marijuana both inside of the car as well as on the suspects, along with around 14 tabs of Ecstacy.  Troopers arrested Tamer Abdelrahim, 22, Isaias Parrilla, 22, Hensly Nunez, 21, and Bernardo Cuevas, 23.  All 4 were reportedly charged with marijuana and Ecstacy possession.

Four geniuses who figured it would be a good idea to do drugs in a police station parking lot; Bernardo Cuevas, 23 (top left), Isaias Parrilla, 22 (top right), Tamer Abdelrahim, 22 (bottom left), and Hensley Nunez, 21 (bottom right).  Image NJ State Police.

Four geniuses who figured it would be a good idea to do drugs in a police station parking lot; Bernardo Cuevas, 23 (top left), Isaias Parrilla, 22 (top right), Tamer Abdelrahim, 22 (bottom left), and Hensley Nunez, 21 (bottom right). Image NJ State Police.

Bernardo Cuevas and Isaias Parrilla were wanted on outstanding warrants and were transported to another police facility.  Tamer Abdelrahim and Hensley Nunez were both released on personal recognizances.

“I will say this: They didn’t make the brightest decision on where to smoke their pot,” said State Police Lt. Stephen Jones.

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