Locked out of the car but in jail


slim jimA Solon, Ohio man picked one heck of a time to lock his keys in his car.  The sus­pect, who was not iden­ti­fied, called 911 to report he’d locked his keys in his car and asked a dis­patcher to send an offi­cer to help. The police offi­cer arrived at the scene and man­aged to get the man’s car door open and said he was met with the over­whelm­ing odor of fresh pot.  Police searched the car and found 37 pack­ets of mar­i­juana and $426 cash. The man was charged with felony drug pos­ses­sion.  Well, we know why he for­got his keys inside the car.

A Florida man showed up at a con­ve­nience store to apol­o­gize for steal­ing a car­ton of cig­a­rettes.  The man, whose name was not released, said that he was able to sim­ply walk out of the Wal­greens with his stolen packs of KOOL cig­a­rettes because he’d done a sig­nif­i­cant amount of “street drugs” that ren­dered him invis­i­ble. The man said he wanted to pay for the smokes, which were val­ued at about $60, but had just eight bucks on his debit card. He was issued a warn­ing for tres­pass­ing and escorted out of the store

A Cal­i­for­nia sus­pect is being treated for hypother­mia fol­low­ing a stand­off with police that saw the man spend hours in the ocean. Cmdr. Jesus Ochoa of the Coro­n­ado Police Depart­ment said a man, whose name was not released, was wanted on a felony war­rant for nar­cotics vio­la­tions and fled from offi­cers.  Unfor­tu­nately he pretty much secured his arrest by run­ning into the ocean! The man, who is in his 40s, was shirt­less and remained in the water for seven hours while police waited for him to emerge and sur­ren­der, Ochoa said. The sus­pect was arrested and taken to a hos­pi­tal, where he was being treated for
hypothermia.

 

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