Ridesharin' Dirty, COPS TV SHOW
Deputy Vincent Gizzi of the Lee County Sheriff’s Office pursues a car after failing to come to a complete stop at a stop sign. Deputy Gizzi approaches the vehicle and the female driver explains that she is a rideshare driver for the male passenger in the backseat. Deputy Gizzi questions their whereabouts since the vehicle was spotted leaving a known drug house. The male passenger tells Deputy Gizzi that he stopped at the residence to visit his girlfriend and to check on his laundry. Deputy Gizzi asks if the male passenger had any illegal narcotics but states he does not. The driver and passenger give Deputy Gizzi permission to search the vehicle and he finds a wallet containing a pipe and a small bag of cocaine where the man was seating. He admits knowing that the residence is known as a drug house but does not take ownership of the wallet and the items inside. At first, he claims to not have seen the wallet when he stepped into the car and then he claims the wallet could have belonged to a previous passenger. He is arrested on constructive possession of illegal narcotics.
Lee County Sheriff's Office