Weird Criminal Law Stories 127

Murfreesboro, TN: A dopey Tennessee driver was busted at a gas station on New Year’s Day, 2010, after he was found passed out in a car while cooking methamphetamine. A Shell station employee called police after the car was parked for more than an hour. Police and fire fighters found the man with a makeshift meth lab in the backseat of his vehicle.

Cooking meth at a gas station? How many ways did this guy want to die!

Nebraska: How about a “dopey” Christmas present. On December 27, 2009, a Nebraska driver and his pregnant passenger were busted for having gift-wrapped marijuana inside their SUV.


Minnesota: The food there is so good, it stops air traffic. Aviation officials are looking into two separate occasions in which two small planes landed on a frozen lake so the pilots could grab lunch at a nearby restaurant. Could be that the place makes a great aero sandwich. In any event, it’s against the law for the planes — which were outfitted with landing skis — to touch down on a lake without a permit.


Dallas,TX: We’re sure she won’t be kissed next year! A Dallas woman was arrested after biting her boyfriend’s lower lip and tearing it off his face at midnight on New Year’s Eve, police said. The victim did not want to punish Kerri Lyn Smith — with whom he has a two year old son — but she was still charge with aggravated assault.

Some kiss…

Coventry, England: Just after Christmas 2009, police arrested a motorist whose blood-alcohol content made him the drunkest drunk ever busted in England. Marcin Ziebacz, 29, who drank 15 pints of strong lager at a party, was pulled over near his Coventry home. His blood alcohol content was 5.46 times the legal limit.

Boy… talk about blowing it!

Florida: A 92-year old man plowed his car through the front window of a Florida restaurant and then walked inside and ordered breakfast. Neither the man nor any of the customers at “Biscuits ‘N’ Gravy & More” were hurt.

He was obviously in a hurry for the early bird special.

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