Police say people who smoke weed have 'green tongues.' There's no scientific evidence.

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    News Readers The Paperboy

    More proof that cops aren't the brightest bulbs around:


    Police say people who smoke weed have 'green tongues.' There's no scientific evidence.

    In the early morning hours of May 2, 2018, Amanda Guimond was driving through York County, Pennsylvania, when the red and blue flashing lights came on. She was going more than 15 mph over the speed limit. The Northern York County Regional police officer immediately smelled marijuana coming from inside her vehicle. Guimond, he wrote in an affidavit of probable cause, had glassy, bloodshot eyes; lethargic speech; and a dazed and confused appearance. Later, the police officer had a request for Guimond: Stick out your tongue. That's when he said he noticed that there was a "green film" on it. ...


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  2. News Readers

    News Readers The Paperboy

    Police say people who smoke weed have 'green tongues.' There's no scientific evidence.

    In the early morning hours of May 2, 2018, Amanda Guimond was driving through York County when the red and blue flashing lights came on. She was going more than 15 mph over the speed limit. The Northern York County regional police officer smelled marijuana coming from inside her vehicle. Guimond, he wrote in an affidavit of probable cause, had glassy, bloodshot eyes, lethargic speech and a dazed and confused appearance. The police officer requested that Guimond stick out her tongue and noticed there was a "green film" on it. Guimond was arrested on DUI charges after failing standardized field ...


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    https://www.jsonline.com/story/news...ijuana-dui-cases-signs-of-smoking/2517018001/