He had a mission from God.
A Louisiana man, who said God had told him to go to a local prison to take his family out, arrived behind the prison on suspicion of possessing drugs, officials said.
Bobby Koch, 35, was arrested at the Ouchida Correction Center after midnight on Saturday. First reported by KTVE / KARD..
Prison guards called the Sheriff’s office with complaints of “harassment.” Billing documents.. The guards at the entrance pointed to the sheriff’s deputy for the only car in the parking lot where Koch was sitting.
Koch got out of the car and said, “God told him to come here,” to take his family out, the adjutant wrote in his report. Koch admitted to using stimulants before visiting the prison, the report said.
The accused then agreed to search for his car, where the adjutant found a bag in his backpack containing what appeared to be methamphetamine.
Koch was transferred to prison after being indicted for possession of controlled hazardous substances, the report said.
A Louisiana man says God told him to go to a prison where he was arrested for stimulants
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