Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Small Bits of News You Didn’t Know You Needed

I’m Too Young
A Florida man says the state is trying to force him to pay child support for a child who was born when he was 7 years old.
Rusty Cole, a National Guardsman from Port Orange, Fla., said his tax return was delayed by the state because officials told him he owes support payments for a child born in 1995 -- despite the fact that Cole was born in late 1987.
Man complains to cops about his hash buy
Police in Sweden said a man walked into a local precinct to complain about the quality of hashish he had purchased from a dealer.
Eslov police said the 26-year-old man told police he was a frequent user of marijuana and its derivatives, including hash, but the latest batch of hash he purchased sent him on a bad trip that made him feel like his TV was talking to him and his girlfriend was turning into a dolphin.
Police said it was unclear whether the man, who brought a small amount of the hash in for testing, will face possession charges. Possession of marijuana and its derivatives in small amounts is an offense usually punished with a small fine.
Truckload of marijuana goes missing
A truckload of confiscated marijuana that could be worth more than $1 million disappeared somewhere between Memphis and Louisville, Ky., sources say.
The more than 1,700 pounds of pot went missing during a controlled drug delivery going from Memphis to Louisville.
Man arrested for DUI asks officer what his favorite drink is
The man refused to take a breathalyzer test, the report said. While he was being driven to the Okaloosa County Jail, he asked the officer several times what his favorite alcoholic beverage was and asked him to turn on his blue lights.
Woman crashes Toyota into bulldozer


Anon Y. Mous said...

I hope the guy with the child support is also looking into whether his SS# has been stolen or not.

A guy I know had his social security card stolen by his uncle when he was young. Now he's being hounded about loans that were taken out when he was 8 years old and utility bills in places he's never lived.

Kids Social Security numbers are very vulnerable and they need to be taken care of as such. If they are lost or stolen no one is likely to find out for another 10 years, after this poor kid goes to take an auto loan or education loan when they turn 18. Only to find they've got half a dozen already in default.

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