A York man was arrested after another man reported to deputies that his daughter had received marijuana through a Snapchat account called “Money Making Pablo.”
Juantrayvis James Tyrick Allison, 20, was arrested Sunday. He was charged with possession of 8 grams of marijuana and contributing to the delinquency of the female minor, according to police and jail records. Allison was released Monday on $3,615 bond, records show.
The girl’s father called police around 6:40 p.m. Sunday after returning home to find marijuana was brought to the McConnells home in western York County, a York County Sheriff’s Office incident report states. The father gave the marijuana to police.
The daughter, whose age and identity was not released by police, told officers she did not know the name of the man who provided the marijuana, but she “knew him from Snapchat as Money Making Pablo.”
Snapchat is a social media application mainly using pictures.
The daughter told police she gave her address through Snapchat and the marijuana was delivered.
Police saw the Snapchat screen with a York address; two officers went to the address. There, police found a Chevrolet Tahoe SUV with the words “Money Making Pablo” on the side and rear of the truck, police said.
Allison was in the driver seat of the truck, police said.
Police located two scales and marijuana in the vehicle, and 8 grams of loose marijuana on the ground next to the truck, before they arrested Allison, officers said.