Busted For Slinging Weed, Pot Dealer Brags About Mad Skills

Busted For Slinging Weed, Pot Dealer Brags About Mad Skills

Ramraju replied, “No, mad props is me flipping my stash for five Gs last night.”

The last time I checked Pennsylvania was neither an approved medical marijuana state, nor a state which has legalized weed for recreational consumption. Yet, 20-year-old Phoenixville man and pot entrepreneur allegedly boasted about his pot dealing skills to an East Pikeland cop after he was arrested (primarily for stupidity) on a laundry list of weed related charges earlier this month.

Late in the afternoon on January 11, Randy Ramraju found himself face-to-face with the local police department after having been pulled over for a fix-it ticket.

The pot wise cop instantly smelled burned of weed as he approached the driver side window ofthe vehicle. When the officer asked Ramraju if he was in possession of any marijuana, Randy denied it initially, but then, when asked again, reached into his driver’s side door pocket and pulled out a clear plastic bag containing what the officer identified as chronic cannabis.

While at the local police station and being processed, a strange conversation ensued with the arresting officer, which inspired Ramraju to start bragging about his mad marijuana selling skills.

When the defendant told police that it was embarrassing to be arrested on the side of the road, and that he worried one of his friends would spot him, the officer, in what he wrote in the affidavit was an attempt at levity, said “Maybe one took your picture and posted it on Facebook. That would be worth mad props, yo.”
Ramraju replied, “No, mad props is me flipping my stash for five Gs last night.”
The officer said he, matter-of-factly, read this as an admission from Ramraju that he sold his marijuana for $5,000 the night before.

Our would be ‘King of pot dealers ’ was then unceremoniously charged with a potentially career ending felony count of possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, along with three additional misdemeanor drug charges.