BRYAN, TX — College Station Police say they arrested a man Saturday for selling fake urine to help falsify drug test results.
Police say they stopped Kaleb Alan Miears on Feb. 22 for a traffic stop after an officer noticed his vehicle did not have a front license plate.
The officer detected the smell of marijuana emitting from inside the car and began a search.
Police say they found a clear plastic bottle with yellow liquid in the center console.
According to police, Miears said the substance in the bottle was fake urine he used to pass drug tests.
He also told officers he has sold it to other people so they can pass drug tests.
According to Miears, he has sold limited amounts of synthetic urine for $5 per person whenever they needed to pass a drug test for work.
The man was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and manufacture and delivery of a substance to falsify drug test results. He was released Sunday on bonds totaling $6,000.