Stick a knife in it!


It looked like a hun­gry passenger’s lunch, but enchi­ladas car­ried through secu­rity at Sonoma County enchiladasAir­port in Santa Rosa, Calif. con­tained more than just rice, beans and a deli­cious sauce, accord­ing to the TSA. Stashed inside it was an 8.5-inch knife: The woman said she had made the enchi­lada over the week­end and she really didn’t know how the knife got into the bag. She was cleared for travel but the TSA could hit her with a penalty of up to $10,000.

A Mon­tana man 34-year-old Christo­pher Nicholas Hiatt called 911 to report a theft, but when police arrived they learned that Hiatt had an arrest war­rant from another county. When offi­cers tried to hand­cuff him, he resisted and appar­ently licked one of the officer’s eyes. Hiatt is charged with felony assault on a peace offi­cer and assault with bod­ily fluid. By the way, the arrest took place out­side a dive bar called Pisser’s Palace out­side of Butte.

A Cal­i­for­nia man caught a really bad “brake” when cops pulled him over as he was mak­ing his way to a court hear­ing.  James Man­ning was required to appear before a judge to answer ear­lier drug charges, but couldn’t find a ride – so he decided to swipe a set of wheels from a nearby deal­er­ship. He thought he was in the clear after swap­ping out the license plates from another vehi­cle, but neglected to dis­able the GPS, which tracked him right to the cour­t­house steps. Man­ning was busted on charges of auto theft, and addi­tional drug counts – for the weed he had with him in the stolen car.

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