We've all had to suffer the embarrassment of being told that our rear ends ended up calling a friend, a coworker, or a loved one. For a woman in Oregon, her pocket dial ended up putting two people, including herself, behind bars.
A woman accidentally dialed the 911 system from her cell phone while attempting to purchase marijuana from a drug dealer last week. The 911 dispatcher stayed on the line long enough to hear the transaction taking place.
The police tracked the phone's GPS position and responded. There they found the woman and Raleigh Reynolds speaking in an alleyway less than 100 yards from the police department. Police asked if the either person had a working cell phone.
Both denied owning an operational cell phone. The 911 dispatcher, however, could hear the conversation between the three clearly.
The officer located the cell phone in the woman's purse. She was charged with possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.
Reynolds, 25, was less fortunate. Police found methamphetamine and marijuana in his possession. He was charged with multiple possession counts and released on bail
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