A Miami Beach cop was reinstated, despite having been fired for testing positive for cocaine. The detective argued that he got a sex-enhancement cream as a gift and used it not knowing that it contained cocaine. The city argued that he should have made it his business to know what he was slathering on his privates.
When they found him he was chewing glass. He admitted to smoking cocaine — go figure.
A shipment of cushions with cocaine hidden inside and addressed to the Vatican was stopped at a German airport in January.
On Monday, an as-of-yet unidentified person walked into a government office to pay a water bill, we’re guessing, because the person dropped off a sealed envelope. The only problem was that when a government employee opened that envelop, there was no money inside, well nothing overtly negotiable anyway. The envelope contained cocaine.
Nashville, Tennessee, man William “Billy” Cantrell, 28, may have though he found the mother lode after he allegedly burgled a neighbor’s home last week, taking a game controller and a box with a bag containing a white powdery substance that turns wasn’t cocaine.
Six Boston cops who were fired after testing positive for cocaine have been given their jobs back after a board ruled that the hair test used was unreliable. Four other cops who were fired for positive cocaine tests had their dismissals upheld by the board, despite their brilliant explanations for why they tested positive.
It appears that crack dealers in Asheboro, N.C., aren’t cash-only. According to the Sheriff’s department, an undercover deputy was successful in trading “men’s and women’s undergarments for crack cocaine.”