Brookville, PA – A Reynoldsville man allegedly used someone else’s drug-free urine to try to pass a drug screening.

The still unnamed 40-year-old man had used to a concealed device to try to fake a clean drug test for Jefferson County Probation.

He was taken to the Jefferson County Jail for violating his probation conditions.

Click Here to read the official Pennsylvania laws about using drug-free urine to try to pass a drug screening.

§ 7509. Furnishing drug-free urine.

(a) Unlawful sale or attempt.–A person commits a misdemeanor of the third degree if he offers for sale, sells, causes to be sold or gives drug-free urine for the purpose of or with the intent or knowledge that the urine will be used for evading or causing deceitful results in a test for the presence of drugs.

(b) Use or attempt.–A person commits a misdemeanor of the third degree if he uses or attempts to use drug-free urine as provided in subsection (a) for the purpose of evading or causing deceitful results in a test for the presence of drugs. (Nov. 26, 1997, P.L.500, No.52, eff. 60 days)