Florida News Story Catch-all

Some people may remember this guy's arrest making news a couple years ago. The case has finally been resolved.

Florida Man Awarded $37,500 After Police Mistook Sugar For Crystal Meth

If this is the first death ever caused by a vape pen, that's a pretty good safety record, considering how popular they are.

Of course other fatal vape pen explosions may not have left a shard with the product's logo embedded in the victim's head.

BadKen wrote:

If this is the first death ever caused by a vape pen, that's a pretty good safety record, considering how popular they are.

Of course other fatal vape pen explosions may not have left a shard with the product's logo embedded in the victim's head.

It is all about product branding.

BadKen wrote:

If this is the first death ever caused by a vape pen, that's a pretty good safety record, considering how popular they are.

Of course other fatal vape pen explosions may not have left a shard with the product's logo embedded in the victim's head.

My money's on the dude having DIY modded his vape pen for sub ohm vaping so he could get really "impressive" clouds out of it.

I read this earlier, it's possible she didn't grasp the magnitude of what she did. Some people can't be reasoned with when they're intoxicated. But man, I hope she feels the full weight of regret when the truth comes crashing down on her.

Everyone has that one face they pull in pictures, right?

Those Brits are going to be so pissed when nobody shows up for the wedding!

A road-side drug test showed positive results.

However, the Orlando Sentinel reported last Thursday that an internal affairs report released by the police department found no evidence of meth in Rushing’s car and Riggs-Hopkins acted in bad faith.

The report said the department never trained its officers to use the department-issued roadside drug test kits. And since Rushing's wrongful arrest, 730 officers have completed the training on how to use the kits. About 20 new hires were still waiting to learn how to use the kits.

The lady captain got put under the bus a bit I think.

Clearly, the gentleman is a civic-minded individual who is concerned about the poor quality of reproductive education in public schools.

Florida woman named Crystal Methvin charged with possession of...

Ah c'mon Dee, I was hoping you'd say possession of a rewarding career and a loving family!
The lady's parents should be charged with something too, imho.
That reminds me though, I saw a kid's middle name the other day, it was "Knowlege". Yes, that's how it was spelled.

To be fair to the Methvins, I don't believe Crystal Meth was really a thing 40 years ago.

sometimesdee wrote:

To be fair to the Methvins, I don't believe Crystal Meth was really a thing 40 years ago.

We're coming up on the centennial

Chairman_Mao wrote:
sometimesdee wrote:

To be fair to the Methvins, I don't believe Crystal Meth was really a thing 40 years ago.

We're coming up on the centennial

That’s meth in general, no the crystal form...

sometimesdee wrote:
Chairman_Mao wrote:
sometimesdee wrote:

To be fair to the Methvins, I don't believe Crystal Meth was really a thing 40 years ago.

We're coming up on the centennial

That’s meth in general, no the crystal form...

1893 was meth, crystallized in 1919

And MeatMan wins the thread!

From the comment section

"I'd like a large Gatorade."
"Sir, we don't have Gatorade."
"Now you do!" (toss and run)
Running Man wrote:

And MeatMan wins the thread!

From the comment section

"I'd like a large Gatorade."
"Sir, we don't have Gatorade."
"Now you do!" (toss and run)

Kudos to you for having the bravery to enter a comments section on the internet.

If you think the headline is funny, read the article.

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I can't pick a favorite line.
"And it was Jesus who game them to me behind the KFC and told me to sell them so I could get me some money to go to outer space."
"I am willing to wear a wire to set Jesus up."
"We just wanted to leave earth and go to space and do drugs"

Snopes claims that article is fake, but I’m going to leave it up, because honestly it’s not that far off from reality.