Wednesday 1/11

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Who needs truth serum when you have a 2 year old? – St. Petersburg police said officers went to the home of Valdet Gjeloshi, who was wanted for violating his probation, Saturday afternoon and the mother of his child, Megan Merschen, told them he wasn’t home. However, his 2-year-old child blurted out that he was in the attic. Gjeloshi was arrested and charged with violation of probation and resisting an officer without violence.

A dopey 911 call – Earl Williamson dialed 911 after hearing suspicious noises outside, and got a suitably quick response from the boys in blue — which turned out to be a mixed blessing. The intruder was, in fact, scared away, but deputies found more than two dozen marijuana plants growing in the garage, and nearly a pound of weed ready to sell. Williamson is slated to answer drug charges at the end of next month.

Rocks in his head –  A Florida man made a crack-pot clothing choice when appearing in court on drug charges — by donning a jacket adorned with a “how to cook crack” design.  The man, whose name was not released, was wearing a coat that featured pictures of a white pile, a yellow carton of baking soda, a pot over a fire and an end product of a rock, complete with arrows and plus signs.His attorney, who wasn’t cracking up at the display, said it was “probably not the smartest idea for a defendant.”

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