Inside Josh Heytvelt’s backpack

Those Twix are dangerous!

Police today released photos of evidence in the drug arrest of Gonzaga’s Josh Heytvelt and Theo Davis. More than an ounce of mushrooms, three muffins with mushrooms, and a blunt. Heytvelt might be facing felony charges for the mushrooms.

The mushrooms were found in a “Basketball Hall of Fame Challenge” backpack which Heytvelt said belonged to a friend who grew mushrooms in his basement. Way to sing like a canary, Josh. The three muffins were found in a backpack with Heytvelt’s name and number embroidered on the back. Heyvelt wisely owned up to owning that backpack.

The best laugh we’ve had all week though comes from this satirical article from the Brushback:

Gonzaga forward Josh Heytvelt was suspended indefinitely along with teammate Theo Davis on Saturday after both players were arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and psychedelic mushrooms. The arrest was particularly damaging to Heytvelt, a stand-out player and probable NBA draft pick, who had his shrooms confiscated five days before the Panic show at Spokane Arena.

This isn’t some evil criminal, just a good kid who made a bad decision and who has some growing up to do,” Few said. “You just hope that he learns from it and it makes him a better person. As for Theo, I have to say I’m very surprised at him. To be honest, I didn’t even think black kids were into psychedelic drugs. I thought it was just a suburban white kid thing. If he’s into Widespread Panic, too, that’s going to turn my whole world upside down.

[Spokesman Review]: Heytvelt denied mushrooms were his, police say

[Spokesman Review]: Heytvelt evidence slideshow

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  1. Trevor | Feb 21, 2007 | Reply

    Brushback Article — That article may well be the best satire I have read in years.  Kudos to the guy who wrote that.

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