- The long-awaited drug-test results of
Ciceropolice Cmdr. Wesley Scott, cited in Chicagowith misdemeanor possession, revealed he passed, but took the wrong test—something town officials can't explain.
- As a commander, Scott should have taken a hair-follicle test, which registers drugs in the system for 90 to 180 days. Instead, he took a urine test, with less of a shelf life. Under the town's zero-tolerance policy, Scott could have lost his job for testing positive.
What a joke. Anyone who does any research whatsoever can find all sorts of masking agents and even household concoctions that will mask the presence of illegal substances, especially marijuana. But who knows how many grounds for appeal Cicero has opened for this softball to try to get his job back. Luckily, TRU will be ready to do the same thing all over again. Unless J-Fed disbands them.
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