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Two half-baked pot dealers get high and paranoid, call 911 on themselves

January 23, 2016  |  Posted by: JammedUp Staff
Two half-baked pot dealers get high and paranoid, call 911 on themselves

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Shouldn’t be getting high on their own supply.

Idaho Police released audio from an entertaining half-baked emergency call that led a drug arrest last year in the town of Rexburg.

Two burn-out pot dealers identified as Leland Ayala-Doliente, 22, and Holland Sward, 23 made the mistake of getting high while traveling from Las Vegas to Montana with 20 pounds of marijuana when they suddenly became paranoid and started thinking the police were on their tail.  So the dealers decided to call 911 on themselves.

“Hi, uh we’re the two dumb a–es that got caught trying to bring some stuff through your border and all your cops are just driving around us like a bunch of jack wagons and I’d just like you guys to end it,” Ayala-Doliente told the dispatcher.

The dumbfounded dispatcher played along and Ayala-Doliente continued, “A bunch of your cops are driving around in a bunch of civilian cars not wanting to pick us up. I don’t know what’s the deal.”

The deep-fried drug dealer went on to tell the dispatcher the car’s location, warned him that there was a dog in the car and explained the pair “tried a couple of times walking away from the car but that didn’t work. We even tried waving them down, and that didn’t work so I don’t know what’s going on here.”

The dispatcher then promised the concerned caller that a marked unit would be on its way, and Ayala-Doliente offered his thanks.

When the cops showed up, the pothead pair already had their hands behind their heads.

A Rexburg police official later told East Idaho News that the pair was not actually being followed by police when they made their freaked-out phone call.

Sward was sentenced to five years in prison, but the judge suspended the sentence for 30 days in jail and five years of probation.

Ayala-Doliente was given 1 ½ to 8 years in the slammer because the judge increased the sentence when the defendant failed a drug test for pot, coke and pain pills on sentencing day. What a genius.

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