17 bricks of weed tossed from car during cop chase
When cops in Pinal County, Arizona tried to pull over this 2006 Trailblazer, they probably weren’t expecting to be led on a high-speed chase, and they definitely weren’t expecting to have no less than 17 bricks of weed hurled at them in the process.
Cops eventually caught up with and arrested the two men in the vehicle, Perez-Paz and Aguilar-Zavala, who, according to ABC News, claimed that they were paid 1,000 dollars to transport the “unknown packages.” Apparently, the men must have had some inkling as to what they were transporting if they knew to speed up when a cop tried to pull them over.
The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office was entertained enough by the footage captured on the dash cam that it was posted on the official Facebook page along with a brag over seizing 374 pounds of pot at a nearby Mesa, Arizona stash house.
However, when the police went back to retrieve the bundles thrown all over the highway, not all of them were there. Some drivers stopped and kept some of the contraband for themselves. Good for them.