Man receives 7 years after passing out in someone else’s driveway

A Kansas City man pleaded guilty last month and received a seven year sentence for a bizarre drug-related incident near Platte City in 2015.

Brandon Domann, 33, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance — while he was on probation for another conviction in Clay County — and will serve his seven years concurrent to the Clay County forgery conviction from 2014.

According to court documents, Domann’s most recent incident started just before 3 a.m. June 14, 2015 when witnesses spotted a tan sedan with a Kansas license plate sitting in a driveway at around 5200 Highway 92 with its lights. When a Platte County Sheriff’s Office deputy responded, he discovered the car’s engine was on and there was a human leg poking out from the open back door. The deputy approached the vehicle and felt that the car’s heat was turned on high. He shouted, waking up a sweaty, shirtless and disoriented Domann, who was asleep in the back seat.

Domann told the deputy he didn’t know where he was and kept falling asleep as the deputy was speaking to him. He told police he had been headed to Platte City from a casino in Kansas. During a search of his person, the deputy located what looked like a bag of marijuana in a pack of cigarettes in his pocket.

When the deputy made this observation aloud, Domann corrected the officer and said it was mushrooms. During a further search, the officer did find a bag of marijuana on Domann’s person and later also found two types of pills in a baggie in the bottom of the cigarette pack.