VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. - Volusia County deputies tried to pull over a driver for more than 2 miles when dispatchers got a surprising phone call from that driver.
Deputies have charged 26-year-old Benjamin Nutter with making a false call to 911, possession of marijuana, and fleeing and eluding early Tuesday morning.
"My hands are on the wheel, sir, I have not done anything wrong," Nutter said to a 911 dispatcher as he was being stopped by deputies.
Deputies said he was driving with no tag light and after trying to initiate a traffic stop, he went into a shopping plaza near South Ridgewood Avenue. As he drove slowly in the parking lot, deputies said he stopped several times, reaching for a cup in his car and dumping something out.
Nutter then left the shopping plaza and continued driving. When deputies were able to stop him, they said marijuana was all over his face and his car as he tried to get rid of evidence.
He has since bonded out of the Volusia County Jail.
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