SJ - March 20, 2021
Cubs minor leaguer Jesus Camargo Corrales was arrested in Colorado on St. Patrick's Day after police discovered he was driving with over 21 pounds of meth in his team issued equipment bag.
Jesus was pulled over prior to the arrest for speeding and drifting between lanes. He now faces four felonies stemming from the arrest.
A man from Arizona is being held in the Eagle County jail after deputies found methamphetamine and oxycodone pills in a car he was driving on Wednesday.
Jesus Camargo Corrales was pulled over around noon on St. Patrick's Day, said the Eagle County Sheriff's Office(ECSO), after deputies assigned to the Gore Range Narcotics Interdiction Team saw the silver BMW Camargo was driving, speeding and drifting between lanes.
Chicago Cubs prospect, Jesus Camargo was arrested after police found 21 pounds of meth in his team equipment bag. pic.twitter.com/mdXU5szVZM
— Baseball Authority (@BsblAuthority) March 20, 2021
This isn't how you make the big league club. If the Cubs aren't going to part ways with him for the insane amount of drugs they might want to consider parting ways with him for his decision making skills.
If you're traveling with that much drugs in your vehicle you don't speed and have a hard time keeping your vehicle in your lane. What an idiot.
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