Colorado man calls police on himself, helps find cocaine and marijuanaPosted by On Dumchev

A Colorado man reportedly called police on himself, claiming that a friend had bugged his phone and eyeglasses, leading to a series of bizarre events that resulted in the discovery of cocaine and marijuana in his possession.

According to court documents, Austin A. Stambene, 33, of Colorado Springs, is facing multiple criminal charges following the incident, including cocaine possession, marijuana possession and driving under the influence of drugs.

The situation took place on January 4 when Stambene placed a call to the Laramie County Sheriff’s office from the intersection of Aztec Drive and Christensen Road in Cheyenne, Wyoming, according to an evidentiary affidavit filed. Claiming to be under threat, Stambene informed authorities that someone had been “bugging” his vehicle.

Upon arrival at the scene, Deputy Jason Grover found Stambene sitting in the driver’s seat of a 2002 Lexus ES with Colorado plates, the engine still running.

Stambene explained to Grover that he believed a friend from Colorado Springs was harassing him, specifically mentioning interference with his phone, wallet, clothing and eyeglasses. Stambene then informed Grover that he had taken measures to address the alleged bugging, including getting new glasses, discarding his wallet and debugging his cellphone.

During the interaction, Grover noticed signs of nervousness in Stambene, whose pupils were reportedly…

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