Might Want To Throw Your Pot Away Before Dealing With Security

(WSCR) Going through security processes can be hassle.

Some security check points force patrons to empty their pockets, remove their belts and shoes, and undergo a frisking.

According to a report, when 19-year-old Devante Saxton was going through security at the River Valley Juvenile Detention Center in Joliet, he emptied out his pockets for security, just as should have.

The problem, however, was when Saxton emptied his pockets, he took five bags of marijuana from his jacket and put them in a bin to be scanned by the metal detector.

Smooth move.

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