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    bad luck ... [humor]
    sandtiger posted:
    I'm sorry - this was just too funny and I had to share ...

    [a name=archivestory136359770> Thinking It Was Cocaine, N.C. Police Jail Man For Cheese And Tortilla Dough May 16, 2011
    by Eyder Peralta Antonio Hernandez Carranza had what pretty much anyone would agree is four unfortunate days. The Asheville Citizen-Times reports on Hernandez's spate of bad luck and string of misunderstandings:
    — First, says Hernandez, he doesn't realize he was being stopped by police while driving on I-240. He thought they were asking him to move so he switched lanes and kept going at slower speed.
    — Police lay stop sticks to flatten his tires and force him stop him.
    — Hernandez is arrested for failing to heed lights and sirens and driving while intoxicated.
    — A breathalyzer test finds no alcohol in Hernandez, so that charge is dropped.
    — Police test 91 pounds of cheese and tortilla dough that Hernandez said he were a gift for his sister and find that it tested positive for cocaine.
    — Hernandez's bail is upped from $1,500 to $300,000 after he was charged with cocaine possession.
    — After four days in jail and after police sent the dough and cheese for further tests at a state lab, they find that the cheese and dough were really just cheese and dough. Some enzymes in the cheese tend to give off false positives in the portable field tests used by police.
    The Citizen-Times reports Hernandez is free now and police have given him $400 to cover the loss of his dough. Hernandez told the paper that money doesn't cover his damaged tires or the impound fees for his truck.

    ~ San
    Chris_WebMD_Staff responded:

    Just a link and a small blurb please, a line or two. If there is more than that posted it becomes an copyright issue.

    Please repost hon.
    Thank you for understanding!
    Chrissy~ Life is too short, so kiss slowly, laugh insanely, love truly and forgive quickly. Author Unknown
    tryforever responded:
    soooo funny San!
    skypper responded:
    omg that is so crazy, poor guy
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