CPRidiculous: Cops revive man with CPR, promptly Arrest him

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This is really entertaining, ridiculous and something that you don’t hear all too often.  Here’s the story:

The police got an emergency call around 8:43 am on Sunday, that a twenty-five year old male was unresponsive.  They arrived at his home and began performing CPR on him.  As they were trying to revive him, they noticed an illegal, and loaded, .357 magnum handgun sitting out on his bed, as well as bags of marijuana scattered throughout the room.

After the police had successfully brought the man back to full consciousness, they promptly arrested him on three charges: one of criminal possession of a weapon, one of stolen property and one of marijuana.

The man faces arraignment today at First District Court, Hempstead (!).

I’ll bet the man was very thankful to the cops who revived him, but imagine the thoughts going on in your head.  You’re revived by cops and then you realize that you have all sorts of illegal materials lying all over the room.  Revived only to be busted.

-via Newsday

Paul Martin

Paul Martin

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