February 19, 2019 - 5:30 PM
KELOWNA - In January of last year, Thomas Dill borrowed a jacket and went for a drive into Kelowna. He was approached by police and as he was talking to them, a small baggy of marijuana allegedly fell out of his pocket. Police searched him and found other drugs in his possession. He told the officers he had no idea the jacket was filled with drugs. He maintained his innocence throughout his trial and now a Supreme Court judge in Kelowna, with some reservations, has dropped the charges.