An 18-year-old man who toted a variety of drugs to a meeting with his parole officer was arrested on drug charges in Glendale.
According to the police report:
The man, whose residence was not listed, was arrested for possession of prescription medicine without a prescription and possession of drug paraphernalia after arriving to see his parole officer at the Wisconsin Department of Correction, Probation and Parole Facility, 4160 N. Port Washington Road, about 4 p.m. Oct 4.
The man arrived on a bicycle and was seen leaving his backpack outside. In that backpack, there were numerous prescription pills including hydrocodone and Vicodin.
Also found was a glass pipe, grinder, scale and another bag of various pills which he called a “party pack.” He asked how long he would be in jail saying, “I really screwed up.”
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