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Man accused of using 'fake penis' to foil drug test

  • Clinton Jackson, CPD handout.
Clinton Jackson, CPD handout.
May 14, 2014|By Rachel Cromidas, @rachelcromidas | RedEye

A man was arrested Tuesday morning after being caught wearing a "fake penis" hooked up to a bag of someone else's urine to foil a court-ordered drug test, according to county prosecutors. 

Clinton Jackson, 23, of DeKalb, was charged with violation of probation and attempt to defeat a screening test after he arrived at a Near West Side Cook County probation office to give a urine sample.

A probation officer observed Jackson at the testing site "making pulling and tugging motions on what would be the offender's penis," according to the police report. The officer determined he had a fake penis and a small hose connected to a "clear, plastic bladder" filled with yellow liquid that appeared to be someone else's urine.

Jackson appeared at the Cook County Criminal Courthouse Wednesday afternoon and was ordered held in lieu of $10,000 bond.

"Defendant did admit to having a fake penis," a county prosecutor said.

"A Whizzinator?" Judge Maria Kuriakos-Cecil, who was presiding over central bond court Wednesday, asked, referring to a well-known product used to defeat drug tests.

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