From Breitbart/Canadian Press…
Oakland police say a man impersonating a police officer tried to pull over a real undercover officer and was arrested.
Police say 21-year-old Antonio Fernandez Martinez of Oakland was arrested Wednesday in the Fruitvale district after trying to pull over an unmarked police vehicle. Martinez was driving a Ford Crown Victoria outfitted with flashing lights, a microphone and speakers.
So, a guy impersonating a cop…pulls over a real cop and…the real cop busts the fake cop.
The officer, Jim Beere, says Martinez probably thought he’d be an easy mark to rob.
Makes perfect sense.
Luckily for us, an innocent bystander was able to snap this cell pone picture of the perpetrator…
Today’s case took place in Syracuse, New York. From Beitbart/Canadian Press.
Angelo Colon of Fulton was arrested on a misdemeanor drug possession charge and 42-year-old Omar Veliz faces a felony drug sale charge.
Police say Colon paid half a pig and $10 for a $50 bag of crack. Veliz told police the pig was for a celebration for a relative being released from jail.
Yes yes yes; Pig for Crack.
For one thing, it’s a rip-off. Last time I bought a half pig it was about $180 and that was around ten years ago. And the yob gave ten bucks boot on top of that!
Not to mention the fact that, under normal crack buying circumstances, you want to keep things on the down low. You know…not toting around a half pig when you’re trying to make the connect.
All that aside, here’s the topper…
While officers were arresting the suspects, someone took the pig.
Someone stole the damn pig!!!
Someone is having a barbecue with the evidence!
Police in Ohio say a woman has been charged with child endangering after another motorist reported she was both breast-feeding a youngster and talking on a phone while driving.
Let’s break this down….
Talking on the cell phone while driving=Bad Idea; although most of us do it. Every time I head down the road, I see people here and there, that have pulled over to use the phone.
Breast feeding a child while driving=Way worse idea.
Talking on the cell phone whle driving and breast feeding a child=Yob.
Police in the Dayton suburb of Kettering say the caller told them he saw the woman Thursday.
Officer Michael Burke says authorities used a license plate number to track down 39-year-old Genine Compton.
He said the woman told officers she was breast-feeding and wouldn’t let her child go hungry.
But, I guess that matronly instinct just kicked in, all of a sudden like. Wasn’t going to let her child go hungry.
What about the phone then!
Pull over ya’ Yob!