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Money scattered across intersection after alleged drug dealer drives into side of moving semi truck


A motorist is facing multiple drug charges after crashing into the side of a moving semi truck in Nebraska on Wednesday. 

The accident happened on June 16th at around 4:30 p.m. in Lincoln, Nebraska. 

According to KOLN News, a black SUV was heading east on Old Cheney, stopped at a stop sign, and then drove into the side of a semi truck traveling through the intersection. The crash injured the 39-year-old motorist, Gregory Snider, and scattered $20,000 in cash from inside of his car all across the intersection. The truck driver was not hurt. 

An off-duty officer then happened to pass by the crash and helped get Snider to a nearby hospital. Officers were then able to collect $18,896 of the $20,000 that had been inside of Snider’s car. 

As Snider’s vehicle was being processed for towing, officers discovered pills, 15 grams of psilocybin mushrooms, tabs of LSD, and two glass jars of marijuana totaling 5.5-grams.

Snider has since been released from the hospital and is currently being held in jail. He is facing possession of a controlled substance charges and was also cited for DUI third offense and no proof of insurance.


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