A man who tried to cheat on his urine test ended up wearing the evidence and will now serve 10 days in jail.
The probationer, Oscar O. Miller, 25, entered a guilty plea before General Sessions Judge Bill Locke to the charge of using a device to falsify a drug test. He was directed to serve 10 days of an 11-month, 29-day sentence in addition to time he owes the state for violation of probation. He must also perform 24 hours public service work.
Miller was busted when he showed up at the parole office on Mullican Street for his scheduled parole meeting.
“During the meeting, Mr. Miller was advised to provide a urine sample for a drug test,” said probation officer Todd Ray.
While overseeing the test, Ray said he heard something “pop” and looked to see what had happened.
“His pants were covered with urine,” Ray said of Miller’s attempt to cheat the test.
A closer investigation revealed that inside Miller’s boxer shorts there was a small plastic wrap.
“It had contained the urine he attempted to provide,” Ray said, the urine likely belonging to someone else and smuggled in to try to cheat the drug test.