The deputies who arrested a Florida man on marijuana charges reportedly helped him find a bong he had lost seven years earlier.
Police pulled over Mark Fiasco and Matthew Hawley, both 23, in Manatee County just at midnight on Friday because their license plate light was out, according to Bradenton.com.
When officers approached the vehicle, Fiasco allegedly gave them an address that didn't match the one on his driver's license, and said there were no drugs in the car.
But when deputies searched the vehicle, they found 29.3 grams of marijuana in the trunk, according to the police report.
Both Fiasco and Hawley reportedly admitted they bought about an ounce of marijuana with the intent to smoke it.
They were charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession with intent to use. Fiasco was also charged with failure to change an address on a driver's license.
Read more at Bradenton.com.