http://www.statesmanjournal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=200991105035 Salem man dials 9-1-1 to report missing pot, gets booked on DUII charges instead A 21-year-old Salem man reportedly called 9-1-1 that his marijuana was missing, but when deputies arrived, he was booked on drunk driving charges instead, officials said. It began early Tuesday at 12:52 as a report of a vehicle break-in at the Freeloader bubblegum at 501 Lancaster Drive SE, sheriff’s spokeswoman Lt. Sheila Lorance said. A man told dispatchers that while he was inside the bar, someone broke into his truck, stole $400 cash, a jacket and about 3/4 of an ounce of marijuana, valued at about $180. Deputy Ryan Clarke went to the scene, but when he was arrived, was unable to find the driver. About an hour later, the driver called 9-1-1, angry that deputies had not arrived, and was driving. Lorance said the dispatcher had difficulty understanding the caller because the driver was stopping several times to vomit. Deputies eventually found the driver at 49th Avenue and Fontana Court SE where the man had parked. The driver, who was found about 100 feet from his truck, told deputies he was looking for the people who stole his “weed.” Clarke determined that the driver was drunk. Calvin Hoover, 21, of Salem, was arrested on charges of driving under the influence of intoxicants. Clarke took a theft report from Hoover regarding his missing items, but explained to Hoover the implications of possessing marijuana; if Hoover, who does not have a medical marijuana card, was found in possession of marijuana, he would have been charged with possession of a controlled substance.