Duane Coleman Police Report


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Text of the Seneca Police Press Release Regarding The Arrest of Duane Coleman - Dec. 21, 2006


Donald Duane Coleman, a defensive back for the Clemson University football team, was arrested Wednesday afternoon (Dec. 20th) for simple possession of marijuana and placed in the Oconee County Dentention Center. The arrest resulted after the vehicle Mr. Coleman was driving was stopped for failure to use a turn signal. The arresting officer detected an odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle after the stop. A search of the vehicle revealed a small amount of the drug. Mr. Coleman was charged with the traffic offense of "turning without signal" and for "simple possession of marijuana." Both charges will be heard in Seneca Municipal Court.

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Duane Coleman Police Report
B-Meist®
Turning without a signal?!?!?!?!?
beerboy
Re: Turning without a signal?!?!?!?!?
Tim317
they kept him in jail for simple possession? I doubt THAT.
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Maybe because he was operating a car possibly under
Justwannaread
Jail?!? In some states, having less than 1/4 ounce is like
deleted
Congratulations.....did you miss a game?***
Justwannaread
Ohio, 1oz or less is a $100 fine for a first offense.***
ClemsonPoker489®
That's not really surprising with tOSU running the state***
mhuyser
I bet he could've passed any field sobriety test they could
attheesso®
Re: they kept him in jail for simple possession? I doubt THAT.
twtiger03
they can keep you in lock up for that
jctiger03
I have a feeling they stopped him for "turning without using
cutgrfan®
This is even worse judgement - sounds like he decided to
Justwannaread
Re: This is even worse judgement - sounds like he decided to
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How do they determine it with pot? You can't just blow
Justwannaread
field sobriety test, I guess***
jbvarnad
I may be wrong, but that alone doesn't get you convicted of
Justwannaread
I don't know***
jbvarnad
They have a laugh meter... anything over a giggle youre done***
CitadelTiger®
Prove? Can't, but they would charge him if they thought
ClemsonPoker489®
Would they be able to convict off of it?***
Justwannaread
Depends on the judge. Sworn testimony from a police officer
ClemsonPoker489®
Craig looked high on Friday***
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He had no job, and nothin' to do. ***
97CUtiger2®
Sounds like DC now***
deleted
The smell of marijuana is decidedly different from the smell
ClemsonPoker489®
just out of curiousity... what prompted the search????***
CUwRx®
The smell coming from the car.***
Toogie
yyup that would do it ..hahaha***
CUwRx®
Duane not knowing his rights...
ClemsonPoker489®
Why say no if you are not hiding anything?***
TigerTown
Re: Why say no if you are not hiding anything?***
1flatiger
If the officer asks your permission....
spectrum
Re: Duane not knowing his rights...
cuatnicks
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'99Tiger®
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texastbone
Race card
saiken79®
I'm from Seneca...
TILLMAN
They pulled over people all the time for that.
TigerTown
In Seneca?***
cutgrfan®
Me too and I've never seen or heard of anyone getting
cutgrfan®
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wueagle86®
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Gooneytiger
NWA say, EFFFFF THE POLICE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!***
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