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(Boston Globe)   Drug suspect found in refrigerator   ( divider line
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42 clicks; posted to Main » on 24 Mar 2003 at 10:05 AM (14 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2003-03-24 10:07:43 AM  
did they check to see if he had acid-contacts?
2003-03-24 10:07:58 AM  
hmm, too bad they din't wait longer to check there
he coulda suffocated and saved taxpayers money on court costs
2003-03-24 10:08:01 AM  
2003-03-24 10:09:12 AM  
Weird, wild stuff.
2003-03-24 10:10:43 AM  
They could have taped up the fridge and held the contents for evidence.
2003-03-24 10:11:52 AM  
That crack'll make ya pull some shenanigans.
2003-03-24 10:12:58 AM  
""Okay, Rabbit, where's Rocky, where's he hiding?!?"
2003-03-24 10:13:13 AM  
The homeowner told police the man wasn't there, but gave them permission to search the house.

Oooooops. If they don't have a warrant, don't let them in.
2003-03-24 10:13:39 AM  

Even being in the refigerator, as a criminal this guy just could not cut the mustard.

Glad to see these aware policeman will have this criminal on ice... again.

2003-03-24 10:19:54 AM  
He was just chillin' out.
2003-03-24 10:20:08 AM  
And people call Michael Moore a moron for knowing his rights. This guy lies to the cops then allows them to search his home? Hrrm.
2003-03-24 10:21:17 AM  
2003-03-24 10:21:56 AM  
This reminds me of Charles Manson hiding in the teeny tiny vanity under the bathroom sink.
2003-03-24 10:22:10 AM  
Q: How do you know when a drug suspect has been in your refrigerator?

A: His footprints are in the butter.

Thank you ladies and gentlemen, I'll be here all week. Try the veal!
2003-03-24 10:22:14 AM  
MisterSym: That's not why people call him a moron.
2003-03-24 10:23:16 AM  
Diogenes: He's not in the stove!
2003-03-24 10:24:57 AM  
Well, he'll be cooling his heels for a while now.
2003-03-24 10:26:34 AM  
Chill Wintson...
2003-03-24 10:30:11 AM  
Cold turkey.
2003-03-24 10:30:14 AM  
well, ...nice try !
2003-03-24 10:31:06 AM  
"There's nobody in here but us eggs."
2003-03-24 10:33:03 AM  
Which drug was he suspected of being?
2003-03-24 10:33:05 AM  
Time for a new Norge...

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2003-03-24 10:39:10 AM  
So, did the drug suspect at least find out whether or not the refigerator light stays on when you close the door, or does a little man in a parka come out and turn it off ?
2003-03-24 10:42:49 AM  
The little man in the parka turning the light off when the door shuts WAS the drug suspect.

When refrigerator lights go bad.
2003-03-24 10:46:50 AM  
Hogans: I was hoping someone would pick up on that. "Soooo, he's in the stove, eh?"
2003-03-24 10:47:10 AM  
But the fridge was unplugged, so the little light wouldn't have been on in the first place. The mystery continues.
2003-03-24 10:53:30 AM  
Eh, Rorshach did it better, brother.

/obscure comic reference
2003-03-24 10:59:49 AM  
"Would I throw a lighted match in the stove if my good pal Rocky was in there?"

"You minght, Rabbit. You might."

/Bugs Bunny
2003-03-24 11:02:06 AM  
crack will make you do what to me?!?
2003-03-24 11:04:03 AM  
"All right Clancy, Surround the house!"
2003-03-24 11:05:00 AM  
That sounds like something that would happen in Florida. Maybe his sentance will be to live out his days with the rest of the retarded in Fla.
2003-03-24 11:10:21 AM  
Microbob - Use the cage, that's what it's there for
2003-03-24 11:21:02 AM  
If the stuff piled in-front of the 'fridge was the stuff that was in the fridge a few minutes ago this was stupid. Otherwise, not a bad spot to hide. Of course, saying "no" to the cop would have been a better idea.
2003-03-24 11:23:06 AM  
hey if you say 'no' when a cop asks you if he can search your house is he allowed to arrest you as a suspected terrorist yet?
2003-03-24 11:24:16 AM  

It was a Jeffery Dahlmer Hungry Man Dinner!
2003-03-24 11:24:54 AM  
COP: Um... sir, what are you doing in there?

SUSPECT: Chillin'.
2003-03-24 11:46:44 AM  
Jeebus wrote:

"'The homeowner told police the man wasn't there, but gave them permission to search the house.'
Oooooops. If they don't have a warrant, don't let them in."

So, we're assuming that the homeowner actually did give permission? Narcs are notorious liars, after all. Not above stooping to extortion or blackmail, either... I have my doubts about how voluntary the search was.
2003-03-24 12:18:16 PM  
Musta never seen the episode of Punky Brewster where Cherie gets stuck in the refrigerator.
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That one has kept me out of the fridge for years.
2003-03-24 01:36:42 PM  
Drgeoffery Props for remembering that episode. That's the first thing that came to mind when I read this article. Heh. I remember that show.
2003-03-24 02:20:15 PM  
Fool, shouldn't let them in without a warrant. And when they come back with a warrant, roll it up an smoke it!

/I am Moron
2003-03-24 04:58:16 PM  
Exactly. Punky Brewster's situation was well documented in the song "Don't Play In Old Refridgerators" by the Fisticuffs UK.
2003-03-24 05:46:53 PM  
One million bonus points to you!!!! That came to my mind as well.

Also, this should get the "obvious" tag, I think.
2003-03-24 11:20:17 PM  
Ok, no one has asked about the items in front of the refrigerator.

How the hell does one stack items in front of a refrigerator when one is INSIDE the refrigerator??

And damn, that's MY hiding place should I need to hide in my house for some reason. That or the top shelf of my closet
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