Police arrest man who dialed deputy to order marijuana AP | WRCB-TV | 05/12/2008 MCMINNVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Warren County authorities arrested a man they say misdialed and ordered marijuana from a sheriff's deputy. Sheriff Jackie Matheny said Deputy Jason Rowland was off duty when his cell phone rang and the voice on the other end asked if he had any "smoke." Rowland played along and the caller ordered $40 worth of marijuana. Rowland told the caller to meet him behind a shopping mall later on Thursday, then he called investigators. The alleged buyer showed up and police charged him with solicitation of drug sales and DUI. Information from: Southern Standard, Southern Standard I had no idea that you could be charged with a crime for asking someone to sell you some weed! It seems that you can be convicted of a drug crime when there were no drugs involved at all.