Source - A Molalla man is facing criminal charges after a woman inadvertently broadcast their drug deal to emergency dispatchers, police said. A Clackamas County dispatcher took a 9-1-1 call from 25-year-old Dana Lucht about 12:25 a.m. Tuesday in Molalla and overheard her asking if anyone was selling any “product,” said Officer Aaron Christopherson. Raleigh A. Reynolds, 25, allegedly said he could help Lucht. As the dispatcher kept listening, it became clear the two were discussing drugs, Christopherson said.
Lucht’s cell phone was located near Rick’s White Horse Restaurant at 106 E. Main St., an officer responded and found Lucht and Reynolds in an alley, Christopherson said. The dispatcher was still on the line, heard the officer arrive and told him he was in the right place. The police department is about one block from the restaurant. The officer arrested Reynolds after discovering he had methamphetamine, Christopherson said. He was booked into the Clackamas County Jail and appeared in court later that day on delivery and possession of meth charges. Lucht eventually hung up her phone. She was cited for possessing less than one ounce of marijuana.
Ugh. Pocket dials. Nothing ever good has come from a pocket dial. Either you call somebody totally at random who you haven’t spoken to in years, or you inexplicably somehow land on your ex’s number and call her, or you randomly dial 9-1-1 and blow up your meth deal while holding an ounce of weed one block from the police station. Just when you were looking forward to the start of the weekend too. Now you’re in jail and you can’t even spark up some crystal to feel better. Sucks. Curious why this chick didn’t have a password lock on her phone though? What type of lunatic doesn’t have some sort of protection against that nowadays? I mean she was buying meth at 1 in the morning next to the PD on a fucking Tuesday so she’s probably very poor and decrepit looking and rocking a phone from like 1997 still but my god, use your brain for once babe. Get your ducks in a row before you score, everybody knows that.