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Being a fairly good size town , you never know what you are going to find when you respond to a call. But we had a nice little Surprise at a Electrical fire , while doing a search we stumbled upon this:

There were no signs that we could tell that there was possible Drug use going on, until we started noticing that the Homeowner was no where to be found , until the Police officer found him in the backyard.
Lesson :
1- Homeowner acting Strange
2-keep Police on the Scene, if you find something get them inside afterwards
3-Let them handle the questioning as to what was found.
4- Most important Stay Safe

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-The photo has drugs written all over it.
Oh yeah
First off, the guy isn't from my hometown, because not enough bud beer on the table. Seriously, the weed, powder product, and alcohol could very possibly cause an issue for the FD. These type of folks are unpredictable at best. The need to get this individual out of the house is a must, until PD gets on the scene.
Yeas we missed the party

Marques Bush said:
You mean you missed the party.
Jeff you are right, the Resident was out in the backyard hiding, he did not relize that the Police were still there.

Jeff Schwering said:
First off, the guy isn't from my hometown, because not enough bud beer on the table. Seriously, the weed, powder product, and alcohol could very possibly cause an issue for the FD. These type of folks are unpredictable at best. The need to get this individual out of the house is a must, until PD gets on the scene.
Ok Mike, I guess he had the definition of a bad day, when he came in and the PD was there.
Well i tel, ya it had to be a bad day the police officer stated this that he was lucky the table didn't burn becuase he still had a place to do his drugs, they raided the house 3 nights later .

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