Juanita Marie Jones, 53, called Rochelle Police late Thursday night after she purchased what she thought was a $20 piece of crack cocaine, according to police reports.
She told officers she broke the rock into three pieces and smoked one, only to discover the drugs were "fake."
She took Officer Joel Quinn and Deputy John Shedd of theSheriff's Office into her kitchen and showed them the drugs, police said.
- A judge was fired for posting ignorant shit on his MySpace page. A fucking judge.
Between this and the guy who sued for his pants, the legal system is truly a joke.
"The AP wouldn't actually quote the phrase and the MySpace page has since been made private, but The Reg can confirm that MacArthur told internet users everywhere that his interests include "breaking my foot off in a prosecutor's ass" and "improving my ability to break my foot off in a prosecutor's ass.""
Is MySpace used for anything else but self-incrimination and casual sex?
Peep the story below from Gothamist.
- A 16-year-old Bronx boy was arrested for the Sunday murder of Rayquon Story aboard a 5 train. The police tracked down the suspect after someone gave Story's aunt a Myspace picture and said, "This is the kid who shot your nephew."
The person in the photo was identified as Robert Denis, and he was charged, as an adult, with murder, attempted murder, manslaughter, and criminal possession of a weapon. The police reveal some more details about what may have led to the fatal confrontation. According to the Daily News, apparently Story's friends and another group had an argument at an earlier barbecue. Police were called to break up the fight, and Denis had arrived at the barbecue around then. When Story and his friends left, "they were followed to the elevated train station by as many as 30 young men," including Denis. After another person asked for Story and Story identified himself, Denis allegedly fired six or seven times in his direction and then ran from the train.Story's mother, who had begged for witnesses to come forward, told the Post, "I'm relieved, I really am, that they have a suspect."
Respect to whoever gave up the murderer.
- Finally, a cop arrested his own wife on a DUI. His wife was the sheriff's deputy.
Some people take the snitching a little too far.