Dec. 14, 2011 at 3:21 PM ET
Driving under the influence doesn't have to involve alcohol, but the legal consequences can be just as serious, as TLC's "DUI" reveals.
On Thursday's midseason finale, a 25-year-old man named Casey was stopped at a DUI checkpoint during the July 4 weekend in Tulsa, Okla., after police smelled marijuana, and the situation became more serious when a big discovery was made.
Trooper Shiloh Hall first pulls out a smallish baggy of Mary Jane. Then, with a triumphant "Yeees!" Hall reveals a plastic grocery bag full of weed. "Couple pounds. He's gonna be arrested for intent," Hall explained. (It was two pounds, to be exact.) But that wasn't all the trooper found in the vehicle. Hall then started counting out a stash of cash on the hood.
After being arrested, Casey decided to throw some attitude as well. "You're a pig! All y'all are pigs!" the construction worker told the trooper. Check it out:
His trouble didn't end there. In an exclusive clip TLC shared with msnbc.com, a seemingly calmer Casey realized just how much trouble he was in legally ... and financially.
"You have four felonies," a police officer told the 25-year-old. "Your total bond is $26,000."
"I'm worried about my future," a depressed Casey admitted. "I'm a felon now." See what else he had to say about his legal and personal troubles in this exclusive clip:
The midseason finale of "DUI" airs on Thursday at 9 p.m. on TLC.