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A man in South Carolina was arrested after allegedly texting a police officer by mistake in an attempt to sell a gun and marijuana.
After allegedly texting the “wrong number” on Monday, Tondavian Wilson, 31, found himself in a conversation with a deputy from the Chesterfield County Sheriff’s Office when trying to sell guns and marijuana.
Deputies began a “text dialogue” with Wilson regarding prices for the firearm and the requested amount of marijuana.
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Wilson then gave the sheriff’s deputies an address which is located in Cheraw, South Carolina, where he was working.
When officials arrived, Wilson was carrying a pistol and a bag that contained more than 90 grams of marijuana, according to the sheriff’s office.
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The sheriff’s office wrote Wilson was arrested and “dumbfounded by his obvious texting mistake.”
Pictures released by the sheriff’s office show the pistol and marijuana, which is placed in a plastic bag and mason jar.
Wilson is being charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana, possession with intent to distribute marijuana within proximity of a school/playground, and possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon.