My question involves criminal law for the state of: Colorado
I was walking home very late after a number of beers. I was alone and very far from home, so in that current state of mind I decided to jog. I was stopped by a police officer because I was jogging and that seemed suspicious. I asked to leave and he said I couldn't because I was obviously drunk. He pressed me for a bit and I mentioned that I had been drinking a little on the hill. He took my ID and found that I was underage - I'm 19. There was no breathalyzer test and no ticket cited during the interaction.
This is because the officer told me that if I gave him the name of a drug dealer he would let me go. I said I was at a party, but that doesn't mean I knew any drug dealers. He said that he would let me go if I took his card and emailed him the name of a drug dealer later, or he'd give me an MIP sometime in the week.
Is this possible? Considering I did not have alcohol in my possession and was not breathalyzed, I feel like he was just trying to scare me.
How should I go about this? I have no proof that he won't just give me an MIP (if he can) regardless of whether or not I tell him some poor kids room number.
I also find the idea of throwing someone under the bus to save my dumb ass wrong.