COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) - An inadvertent 911 cellphone call to Central Texas police has led to drug charges against two teenagers.
College Station police on Monday said the phone was in the pocket of someone at a home where marijuana allegedly was being smoked. Police didn't immediately identify the owner of the phone in Sunday afternoon's unintentional call.
Sgt. Danny Junek said officers found no emergency but smelled marijuana at the residence. Officers obtained a search warrant and seized cocaine, marijuana and more than $4,100.
Two College Station residents were being held Monday on marijuana possession charges. Bond was set at $2,000 for 19-year-old Kyle Nelson Bading. Officials say 18-year-old David Marshal Norris also faces charges of delivery of a controlled substance. He's held without bond.
Online jail records don't list attorneys for them.
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