Local Dopes Return Rental Filled with Drugs
This one Hertz and it's probably safe to say that these guys weren't too Thrifty.
Two local men were arrested at Albany International Airport on Wednesday after it was discovered that the rental car they returned had drugs in it. That's when Albany County Sheriff's were called to the scene, and a short time after, the two men showed up as well. Apparently, they weren't coming back to the rental place to fill up the gas tanks or discuss any dings to the fender, they came back to retrieve the drugs that they had left behind.
According to News 10 ABC, the two men charged were Aasim J. Hilts, 26, and Shariff A. Frasier. One is from Schenectady and one is from Albany according to the source.
Apparently, they returned to the scene of the crime, Albany International Airport, after they remembered that they left more than their luggage or an iPhone charger in the vehicle they rented. News 10 reports that when they returned, the deputies were already there, and they began questioning Hilts.
According to the report, the sheriff's learned that Hilts had "40 glassine envelopes containing heroin, over 35 grams of MDMA, 62 counterfeit oxycodone pills pressed with fentanyl, 10 suboxone strips, marijuana, and over $5,600." Frasier, according to the source had marijuana in his possession.
Hilts, who now faces multiple felonies for criminal possession of a controlled substance, was arraigned at the Colonie Town Court according to News 10 ABC.
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