According to Kalbaugh, there were moments where his rights were violated after Deputy A.J. Ross approached his car.
Kalbaugh's video showed a drug dog hitting on his car, giving officers probable cause to search the vehicle. According to the student, the deputy found a leafy-substance in a door handle and suspected it was marijuana.
"They did not even confirm to see if it was. They did not test it. Surely if I had drugs in my car they would have arrested me, but I was let go with no charges. I'm sure they knew that is not actually drugs," Kalbaugh said.
The student was detained for a short time while officers searched his car, and then he was free to go. He was not charged with any crime.
The member of the Libertarian party said he had a drug test taken after going through the check point and it came back negative for drug use.