Friday, November 5, 2010

Man attacks imaginary woman in judge's car

Headline reads: Man attacks imaginary woman in judge's car

Once again our local paper covered  this story (so it had to be true). According to the article:

A  [County] man gave a colorful story as he was charged Thursday with breaking the windshield of a vehicle belonging to a County magistrate.

The 52-year-old man was charged with malicious injury to personal property." He was denied bond.

Deputies were sent to [the Magistrate's home] around 7:30 a.m. Thursday. [The Magistrate] told deputies the man smashed a window on his car with a spray paint can.

The man told deputies that 'there was a woman in the front seat of the vehicle who kept changing her wigs and face (changing from black to white, then back again)," according to the Sheriff's Office incident report.

The man also informed the deputies of a man in the back seat of the car who was 'hiding two pots of weed under his butt.'

Deputies looked inside the vehicle. No one was there.

However, as deputies' eyebrows and skepticism went higher, the man began yelling that the woman was changing her appearance again.

He said the woman worked for the police and had brought him to the summary court judge's private residence to smoke marijuana.

When the officers asked the man if he had taken any 'medication,' he said, 'yes, a lot!' according to the report.

The officers then took the man into custody. Both the multi guised woman and the weed hiding man are still wanted for questioning by the defendant's attorney.

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