Sunday, September 7, 2008

He's out of his mind!

Oh, then that's OK, Sir.

Go on leave and go about your business.

Sorry to have bothered you.


Man Says He Uses Cocaine ‘With the Prostitutes'
Kitsap Sun staff

A Silverdale man was booked into the Kitsap County jail early Sunday on suspicion of DUI and drug possession, after telling a state trooper that he only uses cocaine "when he is with the prostitutes," according to Kitsap County court documents.

The man, 40, was spotted by a trooper as he drove his car north on the Warren Avenue Bridge with one headlight out. The trooper pulled him over at about 2 a.m. after he observed the 40-year-old swerving.

The 40-year-old's blood-alcohol level was 0.22 — almost three times the legal limit, the trooper said. As the trooper was examining the man's driver's license, a white powder began to fall out of a crumpled up $100 bill in his wallet.

"What is that?" the trooper asked.
"That's cocaine," the trooper reported the man saying.

The man, who said he got it from a woman near a convenience store, added that he "buys the cocaine for the prostitutes" and said that "he only uses the cocaine when he is with the prostitutes," the trooper said.

The trooper added that he asked the man when he'd last used cocaine, and he said it was "with the prostitute tonight."

The man was booked into the Kitsap County jail on $10,000 bail.