Man allegedly had a "Whizzinator" in an attempt to pass a drug test in Murfreesboro

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We have yet another story about the alleged falsification of a drug test in Murfreesboro. On Tuesday, police were called to the Probation and Parole Office on Old Fort Parkway to discuss a subject accused of trying to cheat the test.

Once on the scene it was realized that Jonathan Jackson, 38, had what is called a "Whizzinator." While there are several operational parts of a Whizzinator, most come with a fake male extension and a small bag that is used to hold drug free urine. In this case, Jackson was actually caught with the Whizzinator attempting to pass the drug test because he had previously smoked weed laced in cocaine, according to the police report on file at the MPD. The report showed that Jackson did not want to fail the drug test.

Police obtained a warrant for Jackson's arrest and charged him with one count of "Falsification of a Drug Test." The Hendersonville man was transported to the Rutherford County Adult Detention Center.



MPD Arrest Report #14-20488
Rutherford County Sheriff's Office


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