Father brings 11-year-old son’s urine to probation office to pass drug test


Jason Lee Meeks 
By: Mahesh Sarin

A man was arrested on a charge of violating probation after allegedly bringing his son’s urine to a probation office to help him pass a drug test, according to police in Florida.

Groveland police said that they have arrested 37-year-old Jason Lee Meeks, after a probation officer found a bottle of urine in his possession.

Meeks, who is on probation on a charge of heroin possession, was booked into the Lake County Jail, pending a bail hearing.

According to the criminal complaint, officials at the Leesburg probation office, were giving Meeks a urine test when they noticed a strange object.

Meeks was ordered to remove his shorts and underwear after which officials found a plastic bottle and the liquid inside looked like urine.

Meeks admitted to using marijuana and bringing along his 11-year-old son's urine to pass the drug test.