A man has been arrested for narcotics while he was at court for a prior arrest.

According to a press release from the Danbury police Department, 30-year-old Timothy Joyner of Danbury was arrested after a search of his car turned up narcotics. Police say the search happened after search and seizure warrants were issued as a result of an investigation into alleged drug sales made by Joyner.

As the car was parked at Danbury Superior Court on Tuesday (Oct. 25) officers say they found illegal narcotics packaged for sale, and Timothy Joyner has been charged accordingly. In addition, he's been charged with possession of drug paraphrenailia, possession of a controlled substance, and operating a motor vehicle without a license.

Dude, court is rough enough to deal with, but when you bring a butt load of drugs along you, just set yourself up for a long afternoon. Listen, I have done some dumb things in my life, but I've never brought drugs to court.

You see, that is one of the major points of court -- to take drugs off of the streets and all. So, they frown upon you bringing the drugs too court. You also made their job a little too easy. When your a drug dealer, you are supposed to evade the po-po, not bring evidence items 1-100 right to their doorstep. Hell, I even know that and I'm not a dealer. Get right man.