Cops Bust Man Who Said Wind Blew Cocaine Into His Car

A Florida man was arrested after he tried to claim that the wind blew a coke baggie into his car, according to a report.
Joseph Zak, 37, was busted trying to throw something away when he was pulled over in Fort Pierce last month for failing to pause at a stop sign, the Smoking Gun reported.
Police searched his car and found a crack pipe in the center console as well as a clear baggie with white residue, which later tested positive for crack cocaine.
When questioned about the baggie, Zack said that it didn’t belong to him and the “wind must have placed it there,” according to an affidavit obtained by the outlet.
Zack was arrested on drug paraphernalia charges and brought to St. Lucie County Jail, where he was released on bond.
He’s set to appear in court Dec. 3 for his arraignment, the outlet reported.







Google Maps Will Tell You Where Police Are Hiding On Roadways

In a new effort to compete with traffic app Waze, Google Maps is adding new features to its update, including the ability to see where officers are catching speeders.

Users around the world will be able to report where police officers are hiding in the app, and that will then show to other users on the route.

The update will also add an option to identify things like construction, lane closures, disabled vehicles, and objects in the road, which may be slowing down traffic.

An early version of the reporting feature is already available for Android, but updates just started rolling out to Apple users.


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