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Anthony Peredo admits to driving after smoking ice

Posted: Aug 06, 2018 2:00 PM Updated:

Pulled over for driving erratically, but arrested on drug charges. 30-year-old Anthony Jude Peredo reportedly had droopy eyes and his responses slow and incomplete when he was confronted by police.

Court documents state he had on his person the drug "ICE."

In his written statement, he admitted to buying the drugs earlier that night, smoking it and going for a stroll.

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