Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Drug dealers call cops after sword-fighting teens steal their weed

Florida or Ohio?

Drug dealers call cops after sword-fighting teens steal their weed

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Florida or Ohio?

This started as just your classic tale of two young men meeting a group of teenagers in the parking lot of a Taco Bell to practice medieval sword fighting. But, when the two men called the authorities and reported being robbed, things took a dramatic turn.

Police say that the men were actually drug dealers (GASP!) and that one of them had gotten into a car with the teenagers, intending to sell them marijuana for $80. But, they're teenagers hanging out in a Taco Bell parking lot, so they obviously pepper sprayed him and stole the drugs.

According to police, Wozniak, 20, and Anthony Klier, 22, of Avon Lake, met a group of teenagers in the parking lot of a Westlake Taco Bell on Sept. 4 to practice medieval sword-fighting.

"But that’s clearly not what ended up happening," said Capt. Guy Turner, public information officer for the Westlake police department.

Klier and Wozniak got into a car with the teenagers to sell them $80 worth of marijuana, but one of the teenagers pepper-sprayed Wozniak, took the marijuana and fled, according to a criminal complaint. Wozniak and Klier contacted police and said they had been robbed by a group of teenagers, but didn’t say what the teenagers had stolen.

Police examined Wozniak’s phone records and interviewed witnesses and determined that he and Klier had met the teenagers with the intent to sell them marijuana. [Cleveland.com, h/t Gawker]

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