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


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