If I or my passenger supposedly throw something out of the window can they charge me or them if they supposedly find a pipe more than a 1000 yards away
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Both of you. But convicting you or "them" is another question.
The person on the side of the vehicle where the item was thrown
from is probably more vulnerable to conviction.
If the Officer is willing to testify that he saw the item be thrown from your vehicle and then went to that spot and found the pipe, then yes.
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