Aspen Resident Who Went To Police HQ To Retrieve Lost Wallet, Gets Busted For Cocaine Possession

Aspen Resident Who Went To Police HQ To Retrieve Lost Wallet, Gets Busted For Cocaine Possession

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Aspen Resident Who Went To Police HQ To Retrieve Lost Wallet, Gets Busted For Cocaine Possession

When you go to the Aspen grocery store… Cocaine | Photo (+cover): Marco Verch

If you’ve got cocaine in your wallet and lose it, don’t claim it at the police station. Or just don’t do cocaine, that shouldn’t be too hard. But this is Aspen and as we all know– Aspenites prefer the white stuff. Examples here, here, and here.

This past week, 23 year-old James Graham was released on bond after getting busted for felony possession of cocaine reports The Aspen Daily News. The cocaine was found by an Aspen grocery store employee who discovered Graham’s lost wallet on Thursday afternoon.

Police tested and weighed the white powder and according to their report, the bag contained approximately 5 grams of cocaine. 

Apparently Graham knew what was coming and when he went to the Pitkin County Sheriff’s office to retrieve the wallet, he admitted “I bet I know what you want to talk to me about.”

Find the entire Aspen Daily News article here: Wallet with cocaine left behind at Aspen grocery

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