The railroading continues…<br><br>”An Oklahoma man who pleaded guilty to trafficking cocaine last week had his conviction dismissed days later after lab results determined the white substance he was arrested for having was not drugs.<br><br>It was in fact powdered milk he had gotten from a food pantry, he told a judge.<br><br>Cody Gregg, 26, pleaded guilty to trafficking drugs on Oct. 8 and was sentenced to 15 years in prison, Oklahoma County court documents show.<br><br>Oklahoma City Police officers had tried to stop him for a “traffic violation” in August while he was riding a bike, but he fled, police Capt. Larry Withrow told NBC News.” #WhyTheyRun

The railroading continues…

“An Oklahoma man who pleaded guilty to trafficking cocaine last week had his conviction dismissed days later after lab results determined the white substance he was arrested for having was not drugs.

It was in fact powdered milk he had gotten from a food pantry, he told a judge.

Cody Gregg, 26, pleaded guilty to trafficking drugs on Oct. 8 and was sentenced to 15 years in prison, Oklahoma County court documents show.

Oklahoma City Police officers had tried to stop him for a “traffic violation” in August while he was riding a bike, but he fled, police Capt. Larry Withrow told NBC News.” #WhyTheyRun

Man carrying powdered milk pleads guilty to cocaine charge just to get out of jail

The defendant told a judge that the white substance he was caught with was powdered milk, but he pleaded guilty anyway to get out of jail.

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