Friday 10/26

Angela Cob­bold was clocked at over 90 miles per hour by cops who began their pur­suit, and noticed that she was a bar of soap dur­ing the inci­dent. She crossed the state line into Mary­land and drove onto the grounds of Wal­ter Reed Med­ical Cen­ter, where she chased by mil­i­tary police – and even tried to run one of them over. One of the offi­cers was injured, appar­ently when he used a baton to break the win­dow of the woman’s car. He was taken to the hos­pi­tal with minor injuries.

An offi­cer on patrol says he thought he smelled mar­i­juana com­ing from a car that was pass­ing through a fast food restau­rant park­ing lot, so he approached when the dri­ver pulled over near the drive-thru win­dow. He asked the dri­ver and her pas­sen­ger about the pres­ence of mar­i­juana; they told him they smelled only french fries. But when he searched, the offi­cer found a small amount of weed on the floor­board of the front seat.The pas­sen­ger was charged with pos­ses­sion of less than 20 grams and must return to court next month.

A Geor­gia man is hop­ing to get a fair hear­ing after being arrested for bit­ing off part of his father-in-law’s ear at a fam­ily get-together.The argu­ment began when 29-year-old Jonathan Collins began fight­ing with his wife because she com­mit­ted the offense of mak­ing another man a sand­wich at the soiree. When her dad stepped in to try to calm things down, Collins punched him in the face, then wres­tled him to the ground and bit off his earlobe.Frederick Harrison’s ear lobe was re-attached at the hos­pi­tal. Collins was booked into the Rich­mond County jail on charges of aggra­vated battery

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