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Monday, January 28, 2013

Pass The Chuck E. 'Pon The Left Hand Side: Police Blotter Fun!

Posted By on Mon, Jan 28, 2013 at 9:41 AM

Fairlawn Patch reported the on the far-out sojourn of one woman last week, who was caught blazin' up outside the local Chuck E. Cheese.

We'll readily admit: There's some wacky shit in those restaurants and, more often than not, going in straight is not really an option.

The manager caught wind of this woman's activity and the police soon descended. She brandished a half-worked blunt and started rattling off false information - a fake name, fake age, etc. As Patch reports, when the officers finally figured out her name (well before she did), she was arrested.

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