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Man arrested on drug charge after being found sleeping in drive-through line

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NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

A suspected drug dealer is in jail after being found in a drive-through line at a McDonald's.

Police said Owiny Otim had been passed out in his car for about 20 minutes before someone called police over to the fast-food restaurant on Nolensville Pike.

Police said they woke Otim up and said he smelled like alcohol. When officers searched his vehicle, they said they found a glass pipe and 84 grams of marijuana packaged for sale hidden inside a speaker box.

Otim is facing a felony drug charge.

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