Ohio State Ski Trip Ends Early With 4 Arrests, 60 Citations After Discovery Of LSD, Shrooms, Pot
The Ohio State University Ski and Snowboard Club was headed to the slopes on December 14th in Aspen, Colorado when their bus driver called 911 on them mid-route.
The driver reported to the police that he smelled marijuana on the bus. That’s right, the jerk called the cops on a bunch of college students smoking some pot on the bus. Didn’t even bother to ask them to put it out.
The police came and searched three buses with a drug-sniffing dog. The search resulted in the arrest of four college students on felony charges. Out of the 200 students, about 45 were cited with minor misdemeanor possession or consumption of alcohol, and 15 were cited for misdemeanor possession of weed.
According to reports, LSD and Shrooms were also found on the bus. 18-year-old George Burke of Pittsburgh, 20-year-old Andrew Jefferies of North Canton, and 22-year-old Peter Banks of North Canton were all arrested on felony charges.
This bus driver may have ruined the lives of 4 college students simply because of a joint. Or maybe he called the cops because they were willing to pass the dutch?
Paul Hudson | Elite.