MUNCIE, Ind. — Police weren’t buying the explanation a Muncie man gave them when he was busted with drugs in his pockets.
The Star Press says Muncie police found 31-year-old Brandon Manzenberger at a Village Pantry, where he was meeting someone to sell a pair of shoes — that was reportedly stolen.
Officers then searched Manzenberger and found a plastic bag of meth and a bag of heroin in the pockets of his pants.
That’s when Manzenberger told the officers that the pants weren’t his. He tried to explain that he was in a rush, and put somebody else’s pants on.
Police didn’t buy his story, and he was arrested for the five grams of meth and one gram of heroin. He’s now in the Delaware County Jail.
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