North Riverside man charged after concealing drugs in 'soup can'
RIVERSIDE – A North Riverside man who was concealing cannabis and prescription drugs in a container made to look like a Campbell's soup can was caught and charged with four felony counts Saturday.
At 1:06 a.m., police spotted several men walking in a closed park near Blythe Park Elementary School and saw one man throw a Louie Vuitton backpack into a dumpster in the parking lot. After stopping the men, police discovered a false soup can inside the backpack containing 45 grams of cannabis, 18 Xanax bars and 23 Valium pills, along with a digital scale for measuring narcotics and plastic bags for packaging them.
After discovering the drugs, police charged Casey C. Willoughby, 20, with felony possession of cannabis with intent to deliver, felony unlawful possession of cannabis, felony unlawful possession of two controlled substances, along with consumption of alcohol by a minor and being in a closed park after dark.
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