A construction worker spent 3 months in jail after bits of drywall were mistaken for cocaine during a March 22nd traffic stop. The drywall initially tested positive for cocaine during a field test, but test ended up being a false-positive. A more conclusive test was later done that concluded the substance was negative for any kind of drugs and was in fact drywall residue. Karlos Cashe says he lost 90 days of his life and wants to be compensated. He is also asking for an investigation to be launched.