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Hidden Urine Bottle Lands Monmouth Man in Hot Water, Police Say

Bottle believed to hold urine during court mandated drug test.

A Monmouth County resident reportedly showed up extra prepared for a court mandated drug test in Freehold and ended up in even more hot water.

According to court documents Sharif S. Behary, 23, of Perrineville faces charges of third degree defrauding a drug test that is administered as a condition of monitoring a person on bail, in custody or parole, probation or pretrial intervention or any other supervision.

Behary is alleged to have had a plastic water bottle hidden on his body and tucked between his pants and his body at the time of the test. Court documents show the bottle contained a yellow liquid believed to be urine. As a result he faces a charge of fourth degree possession of an instrument, product, tool, device or substance adapted, designed or commonly used to defraud the administration of a drug test.


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