A man in Portland, Oregon was arrested Monday after an alleged drug deal he was planning got accidentally broadcast to police.  

Local media reported that a 911 operator heard the deal going down and used the phone's GPS signal to pinpoint where the alleged dealer was located.

The location just happened to be in an alley close to the police precinct and cops quickly were on the scene.

The car's occupants naturally denied any involvement but cops quickly apprehended the driver and charged him with multiple drug charges including possession of meth. His female passenger was cited.

"This...got a chuckle around the department," one of the officers said. "They usually don't make it that easy for us, usually."