Junk in his trunk (aka: a live body)

North Miami Beach police said the door of the marked patrol car “may have been unlocked” when Stalyn Hernandez, found a key inside the vehicle around 5 p.m. and drove off. “Upon discovering that the vehicle was not where it had been left I began contacting my co-workers to see if any of them may have taken the vehicle for some reason,” says North Miami Beach Officer Felipe Hernandez, who by the way, police said is not related to the suspect.  Officer Hernandez and another officer found the car in motion and pulled the vehicle over. Driver, Hernandez then immediately rolled down the window and stated, ‘I just wanted to drive around for a little bit!” Stalyn Hernandez was arrested on a charge of grand theft and taken to the Miami-Dade County jail.

Ohio man Rodney Watkins, was arrested during a traffic stop after giving officers a fake ID and taken into custody on felony warrants. While using the bathroom at the Golf Manor Police Department, police say Watkins pulled out a pipe and lighter and attempted to smoke some crack. Not the best possible idea but for a guy who smokes crack, in his head it probably was not the worst idea.  Watkins faces charges including theft, drug abuse, obstruction and possession of illegal drug paraphernalia.

man in trunkA Canadian man showed where his priorities lay when police found his buddy stuffed in his trnck. Originally, police in Halifax, Canada stopped the car because the headlights were out.  That’s when they found the dude in the trunk and the driver surrounded by 20 marijuana plants. Cops theorize the friend was in the back to make more room for the plants. The 23- and 24-year-old men face charges of possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking and cultivation under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.

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