He should've gone to work


Florida Cops say Dwayne Yea­ger called police and reported a bur­glary at his house. When they arrived, burglarized homethey saw that his house had been ran­sacked, but found no signs of a forced entry. They were a lit­tle sus­pi­cious and then spoke to his neigh­bors who knew noth­ing about a break in. Yea­ger even­tu­ally came clean and said he did it because he didn’t want to go to work.  He’s been charged with pro­vid­ing false infor­ma­tion to police.

A bad busi­ness deal is never good and Texas woman Eve­lyn Hamil­ton decided to dial 911 to com­plain that she’d paid 40 bucks for what she described as a bag of “seeds and residue.” An offi­cer dis­patched to her home asked if she still had the infe­rior weed in ques­tion, and she pulled it out of her bra!  She was arrested for pos­ses­sion. She was released later that day after post­ing $500 bail.

 

Car­los Lopez, the pur­chas­ing direc­tor for the City of Hialeah, FL, was pulled over for a traf­fic vio­la­tion, and the offi­cer on the scene noticed a vial of meth ON THE FRONT SEAT. The offi­cer also noticed that Lopez was dri­ving around with his pants undone. While Lopez said there was no par­tic­u­lar rea­son for the open trousers, a canine cop sniffed out a prob­lem – at which point he admit­ted stuff­ing the pipe up his butt to hide it.  Lopez was taken to a hos­pi­tal to have the pipe removed, accord­ing to the arrest report.

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