Minnesota Man Arrested In Stolen Truck After Doing Donuts Next To Cop
A Minnesota police department recently shared a dumb criminal story that happened in January. According to the post, an officer was parked at a gas station when he heard an engine revving. That's when he noticed a pickup truck whipping donuts near the gas pumps. Obviously, the officer has to talk to this individual. The story gets even weirder from there.
The incident took place at Casey's General Store in Lindstrom Minnesota. The Lakes Area Police Department shared the post on Facebook detailing how it all went down.
When the police officer approached the vehicle, he asked the driver for his license. The driver gave his Minnesota ID to the police officer. The officer found out the license was revoked. Ope.
Next up the officer called in the license plates and found out those didn't match the vehicle, so the plates were stolen. The cop looked up the VIN number and then it showed the truck was stolen as well. Boy, we're really racking up the charges now, aren't we? It doesn't end there.
Fast forward a few minutes and after a search officers found a handful of debit and credit cards, illegal drugs including THC wax, meth, needles, and other paraphernalia.
The suspect has been charged with felony possession of stolen property and felony possession of a controlled substance. This person also may be one of the dumbest criminals ever. Who whips donuts in a parking lot next to a marked police car in a stolen truck, with stolen plates, filled with illegal drugs?
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