U.S. Soldiers Arrested for Transporting Weed
YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia
Blog, Sherry Blunt & David Cunningham
Nov 27, 2009
Three U.S soldiers were stopped after speeding on a freeway in Arizona. The officer took further precautions and checked the vehicle. That's when the officer found 680 pounds of marijuana and $10,000 in cash. The three men were identified easily because of their army uniforms and military I.D.’s they provided the arresting officer with.
The three men are Dwayne Campbell, Llewellyn Stamoulis, and Romaine May. They all were arrested for marijuana possession, drug transportation, money laundering and conspiracy. Llewellyn Stamoulis was also booked with driving with a suspended license. The craziest part about this story that got my attention is that they were all dressed in their uniforms, and presented their U.S military I.D.’s to the officer. I would have never expected them to get caught just being that they were in their uniforms.
-- Sherry Blunt
How can U.S soldiers get arrested for transporting 680 pounds of weed?
Either somebody snitched on them or they weren’t smart enough. 680 pounds of weed is a lot. That would last the Bay a month. The military officers were speeding and the police pulled them over. To me, they were stupid because if I had that much weed I wouldn't have stopped for the police.
It would’ve been a high-speed chase. I don't blame them for what they did. I just wish they had been smarter. The dudes that got caught are about to get played because they are about to do some time in the pen. First, they were working for the government, now they’re in deep trouble with them.
-- David Cunningham
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