BM-WTF? Darren Richardson, said police called in a sniffer dog when he was pulled over by Pompton Lakes officers and they officer claimed to detect a strong scent of marijuana. Richardson, who was charged with disorderly conduct after arguing with the officers, said the 2004 BMW 325i was impounded and he received it back three weeks later to find the car had been destroyed by the search for drugs, estimated the damage at $12,636.42. Police blamed it on internal affairs.
Jesus sock - In His latest round of unusual appearances, Jesus has reportedly shown his face on a British woman’s clean, gray sock. Sarah Crane was airing out her freshly washed laundry in Kent, England, when she spotted what appeared to be an imprint resembling Jesus’ face. The 38-year-old brought the image to her boyfriend’s attention and took pictures of it to share with loved ones. Unfortunately when she moved the sock from its original location on a clothesline, the image became slightly distorted. “But you can still make out his face,” the Daily Mail reports. Crane’s unexpected find only adds to a long-running list of strange alleged Jesus sightings. Earlier this month, a Missouri woman said she saw an image of Christ among the swirls of colors in her son’s melted crayons. We’ve also seen Jesus toast and sadly you can also see him on the rear end of a pup.
There are presents, presant -Jason D. Palmer, was pulled over for erratic driving in near Coeur d’Alene. Two of Palmer’s four children were in the car at the time. During the traffic stop, a sheriff’s deputy searched Palmer’s car because they could smell marijuana outside of the car. Palmer told police he is a medical marijuana card holder and there was a small amount of “medicine” in the vehicle. The deputy wrote, “I asked him what was in the presents and he stated some ‘sweaters. “A K-9 unit was called to the scene and the dog went straight for the presents, which were then unwrapped to find the drugs. Palmer was charged with felony drug trafficking of marijuana. Palmers’ two sons, ages 12 and 14, were charged with frequenting, as the deputies believed the boys knew the marijuana was in the car