Rolling Papers: Texas Man Arrested After Police Find Pot Wrapped In Legal Papers From Prior Drug Arrest

Matthew Ray Creel, 21, has a curious legal file. Police in Santa Fe found marijuana stuffed inside papers in his car — his deferred adjudication order for possession of marijuana from March.

Creel was pulled over in his 1991 Ford Mustang around 11:00 p.m. for a defective headlight. He was then discovered to be driving on a suspended license. When they searched his vehicle, they found the small stash.

He is charged with possession of less than two ounces of marijuana. His bond was set at $2,000. His biggest problem will be the judge who is unlikely to believe professions of regret when you wrap your stash in court papers from your last drug arrest.

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5 thoughts on “Rolling Papers: Texas Man Arrested After Police Find Pot Wrapped In Legal Papers From Prior Drug Arrest”

  1. Valid point.

    Creel is no Carl Sagan.

    But I’ll give him points for what was most likely intended as an joke (Expected reaction – “Hey, man! Look at what Matt’s stash is rolled in! That dude is WILD!”) that went terribly wrong (Actual reaction – “Please step out of the vehicle.”).

  2. One never said all dope smokers are smart. You say Santa Fe? Just right before Galveston. Should tell you all you need to know.

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