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Son arrested for possessing drugs after his father placed sock filled with cat feces in car to keep windows from getting foggy

By Mason White 3:17 PM January 10, 2017
Ross Lebeau
By: Feng Qian

(Scroll down for video) A man’s reputation was ruined after police announced that they arrested him for having a large amount of drugs.

Ross Lebeau, 24, of Texas, said that his father filled two socks with cat feces and placed them in his car and his sister’s car.

The cat litter was placed in the socks as a home remedy to keep the car windows from fogging up.

However, one day, Lebeau was pulled over by police at 4:30 p.m., for a traffic offense.

According to police, deputies detected a strong odor of marijuana emitting from his vehicle. LeBeau was questioned and admitted to having a small amount of marijuana in the console of his vehicle.

When officers searched his car, they found a sock that was filled with what they thought was drugs.

Lebeau was arrested on suspicion of possessing the illegal substance after two field tests showed that the substance was meth. Lebeau spend three days in jail before he was released.

The Harris County Sheriff’s Office (HSCO) announced in a press release that deputies found half a pound of methamphetamine in Lebeau’s vehicle.

The contraband was submitted to the Institute of Forensic Science for further testing and it was determined not to be methamphetamine.

All charges against Lebeau were dismissed.