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Woman Gets Arrested After Whining To Police Her Drug Dealer Shorted Her On Weed Deal

Emma Colton Deputy Editor

A Florida woman became so enraged that her drug dealer allegedly swindled her on a marijuana deal, she stupidly called the police to tattle on him.

Erin Klich was standing right outside her drug dealer’s Fort Meyers home when she called the cops claiming that her unidentified drug dealer didn’t give her enough weed for the amount of money she paid, according to NBC2 News. (RELATED: Calm Police Officers Find Weed, Loaded Gun In Irate, Racist Woman’s Car)

Klich called the police last Friday night after she paid $75 for what she thought was a seven-gram baggie of weed, according to The Smoking Gun. But after the deal was done, she deemed the amount was not quite seven-grams, so she rang the police.

“I’ve heard of people who have had it stolen and called 9-1-1. There’s no accounting for the human psyche I guess,” Fort Myers resident Tom Mecke told NBC2 News.

Klich, who was not reported to be high when she called, was described by police as “loud and argumentative.” When the cops arrived to the scene, Klich called 9-1-1 for a second time and was warned she was misusing emergency services. The weed enthusiast, who is reported to work at a body armor manufacturer, refused to end the call, and was subsequently arrested by the responding police.

The difficult woman was placed in the back of the police cruiser where she tried to hide the bag of marijuana by shoving it between the seats. The police, of course, found the drugs and weighed them back at the station.

According to reports, the woman was in possession of 5.4 grams of weed — not the alleged seven-grams the drug dealer sold her.

Klich was charged with misuse of emergency services and possession of marijuana, and issued an October court hearing.

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