View Full Version : His breath was minty fresh but that didn't keep him out of jail

08-19-2009, 08:20 PM
Oh, big mistake.

Kissimmee Police Department officers pulled Donald May over for an expired tag.So far, so good.

When the officer walked up to him, he noticed something white in May's mouth. May said it was breath mints, but the officer thought it was crack cocaine.

"He took them out of my mouth and put them in a baggy and locked me up [for] possession of cocaine and tampering with evidence," May explained.

The officer claimed he field-tested the evidence and it tested positive for drugs.

The officer said he saw May buying drugs while he was stopped at an intersection. He also stated in his report that May waived his Miranda rights and voluntarily admitted to buying drugs.

May said that never happened, reports WFTV News.They wouldn't let May out of jail for three months until tests proved the so-called drugs were candy.

While May was behind bars, the Kissimmee Police Department towed his car and auctioned it off. He lost his job and was evicted.

Now he's suing 'em.


08-19-2009, 08:23 PM
The next millionaire!

To be taxed to death!

08-19-2009, 09:06 PM
The next millionaire!

To be taxed to death!

Thats what I like! A glass half empty kind of guy!