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Suspect Says Meth Pipe Was ‘Gardening Tool’

Suspect Says Meth Pipe Was ‘Gardening Tool’

Spokane County deputies said a man tried to get out of trouble by saying his meth pipe was a gardening tool.

According to the Sheriff's Office, Christopher Dahlman, 22, was acting suspiciously near the Fred Meyer on Sprague and Sullivan. A deputy reported seeing him hand something to a man on a bicycle. When the deputy tried to talk to him, Dahlman ran into the store, left, and was later found hiding under some shopping carts. Dahlman told the deputy he ran because he thought the deputy had a warrant.

Meanwhile, another deputy searched his car and found a glass pipe on the driver’s seat. Dahlman told them the pipe belonged to his girlfriend and that she used it for gardening.

Residue taken from the pipe was believed to be methamphetamine, according to preliminary test results taken from the field.

Dahlman was booked into jail for Possession of a Controlled Substance and Obstructing.

 

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