It took 90 days for the Florida Depatrment of Law Enforcement Lab to get the results?
Nearly 3 months after his arrest, Cashe—who openly admits he’s endured legal issues in the past—was freed upon the release of a Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) lab test. FDLE determined that “no controlled substances” were in Cashe’s vehicle. The substance in question, Cashe said, is actually just some drywall dust from work. Cashe’s lawyer, Dan Megaro, has since criticized the field test used during the traffic stop.
Pay the man Florida!!