If you’re planning to break the law, you might want to put in a little pre-thought to keep yourself off the radar.
According to reports, in Elkins, West Virginia, 51-year-old Lindsey Studer was pulled over by police for “an exhaust that was emitting excessive and unusual noise.”
It turns out Studer also had a suspended license for “unpaid citations.”
The fun didn’t end there, though. Studer’s “constricted pupils,” “fidgety” demeanor, and the machete between the front seat at the console led cops to look a little further into the situation.
That’s when they found, with the help of the K-9 unit, “a loaded hypodermic needle with an unidentified substance, 46.95 grams of meth, 0.85 grams of either heroin or fentanyl, a mushroom, a container of THC dabs, and four tramadol pills.”
It might’ve been worth it to fix the damn car, don’t you think?