Arizona Man Attempts To Sell Heroin To Parole Officer

Things got interesting last week for Arizona Department of Corrections when Christopher Willmon errantly texted one of their officers arranging a meeting to sell some heroin.

Yes, those officers hit the jackpot!

Trish Carter of Mohave County Sheriff’s Office stated that parole authorities then contacted local narcotics officers who took up Willmon, an ex-con, on his offer to buy some heroin.

Christopher Willmon (Mohave County Sheriff’s Office)
Christopher Willmon (Mohave County Sheriff’s Office)

Apparently, Willmon realized his mistake, but not in time. Upon arrival at the arranged meeting spot, a local residence, they found Mr. Willmon “hiding in a shed at the with his cellphone and the heroin he was attempting to sell.”

He was arrested on a charge of possession of narcotic drugs for sale and violating his parole. Don’t worry, it gets better.

As you can imagine, it gets better.

Officials also stated that six other people were picked up during the bust. One would be Jon Dudek, 65 who, told investigators he had been selling meth for more than fifty years.

Fifty years.

 

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