RACINE, Wis. - Three Wisconsin men accused of dealing drugs said they were recording a reenactment of the movie “Belly,” police said.
The three men were arrested Thursday in Mount Pleasant and charged with possession with intent to deliver THC and disorderly conduct, WJDT reported.
Racine police said they received a 911 call that reported two men were wearing masks inside a Jeep. One of the men allegedly was holding a gun, the caller told the 911 dispatcher.
Police located the car and stopped it. An investigation determined the firearm was a replica-type BB gun, WJDT reported. Police also found a mask, marijuana and money, the television station reported.
“Belly,” a 1998 crime drama, focuses on two men who build a crime dynasty through robbery and drug dealing.
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