Originally Posted by ccase39
I had shoulder surgery once and was prescribed some narcotic pain killers. I would take them with me in the original pill bottle to take as prescribed. One day by accident I left the bottle at home. I got pulled over for speeding and apparently I had dropped one of my pills on the floor. The officer saw it and used it as probable cause. Because it was a narcotic and I didn't have the bottle I was arrested.
It got thrown out when I they found that I indeed did have a prescription but it was a ****ty experience. That pill could have been a vitamin for all he knew when it was sitting on my floor board.
not true all narcotics have a distinct color or stamping for easy identification by sight. it is illegal for a vitamin or non-narcotic to use those distinctions. this is done for easy identification to reduce medication errors. its not possible for it to be mistaken for a vitamin.
seeing the loose pill was pc to investigate further which didupon close examination be your prescription.
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Last edited by JonM; 02-25-2015 at 02:28 PM.