Some say the thrill of selling drugs is addictive. Once you pop, you can't stop—until you get arrested. A man was recently popped in New Jersey after being caught with a Pringles can containing cocaine. Rasheed Jermine of Spring Valley, NY was pulled over by a Palisades Interstate Parkway officer in Alpine, NJ for driving a BMW with tinted windows and unclear license plates. The officer ended up making quite the score.
After Jermine allowed him to search the vehicle, the officer found a bag containing "more than 100 small aluminum foil wraps, two digital scales and a Pringles can with a false bottom." Inside of the can, the cop found 48 grams of cocaine stashed inside of two sandwich bags. The coke was reportedly worth $2,500.
Jermine was arrested and hit with charges for drug possession and distribution.