Two paramedics in Georgia got to play police officer last week when they spotted a woman speeding along with two flat tires. The medics were able to get the driver to pull over. When police responded, the woman told them she was heading to an area hotel “to meet Jesus.” She instead met a jail cell and was charged with DUI.
Some Virginia residents said they’re are upset the Arlington County Police Department spent $13,000 on a sign that reads, “Don’t hit the car in front of you.” But a police spokesman said the sign has been displayed for about two months because the area is one of the highest accident areas in the county. Almost 100 percent of the accidents where the sign has been placed are rear end collisions. But some residents said the electronic sign was a waste of taxpayer dollars.
Police in Wisconsin said an unusually named man was charged with various marijuana crimes. The 32-year-old man, who was born Jeffrey Drew Wilschke and had his name legally changed in October 2011, allegedly had drugs and paraphernalia during a traffic stop. Wilschke’s legal name is now Beezow Doo-Doo Zopittybop-Bop-Bop.