A Northern California man who intended to text someone about his alleged intention to take part in criminal activity was arrested after he reportedly accidentally sent the message to the police and was found with drugs and guns.
On occasion, most of us have sent a text message to the wrong recipient, but for a Monterey man, the alleged faux pas led to his incarceration.
On August 17, the man reportedly tried to send a text message to one of his contacts. The alleged text reportedly said that the man was looking for the recipient’s help to square up to a group of men, but the reason for the alleged intended encounter was not included in the message. The texter also reportedly said that he had a firearm in his possession.