AUSTINTOWN, Ohio — When Ohio police pulled over a driver for failing to signal a turn and allegedly found cocaine in his sock, the man had a ready alibi -- they were not his socks.
Clark also was carrying anti-anxiety medications and $740 in cash, the television station reported.
According to police, Clark told the officer he was holding the evidence for someone else, the Vindicator reported.
As Clark was being booked into the Mahoning County Jail, corrections officers found a tablet of Vyvanse, a stimulant, which Clark said he “forgot about,” the newspaper reported.
Clark was charged with felony counts for conveying drugs into the jail and drug abuse, along with another misdemeanor drug abuse count, the Vindicator reported.
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