Teen apparently forgets bags of marijuana when he calls police to unlock his car

A Baxter County teenager, Carter Pyle of Mountain Home, who requested police open his locked vehicle on a church parking lot, apparently forgot three bags of marijuana inside in plain view.

According to the probable cause affidavit filed Wednesday, the 18-year-old had locked two sets of keys in the vehicle.

As the Mountain Home Police officer worked to unlock the vehicle on Jan. 28th, he observed three compressed bags of what appeared to be marijuana in the passenger side floor.

Pyle allegedly admitted the marijuana was his when questioned. An inventory of the vehicle revealed a gym bag containing several more bags of the illegal substance. The approximate weight of the combined bags was 516 grams.

Pyle was charged with a felony count of possession of a Schedule VI controlled substance with purpose to deliver. His bond was set at $2,500.

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