The suspected crack user actually works as a substance-abuse counselor.
It's easy to see how the two things could be confused.
The DEA got suspicious after the fast-food restaurant rolled out its limited-edition "Kush Burger."
The worst-case scenario has just occurred.
Now he's in jail.
It's happening in Massachusetts, Texas, and Florida.
It's just a matter of hometown pride.
She finally saw a chance to have it her way, and she took it.
No word on whether Mrs. Butterworth makes a cameo in the script.
Time to take out the trash.
The criminal tried to steal the entire cash register.
Another reason not to buy that obnoxious "Champagne" iPhone.
How bad could that vanilla iced coffee possibly have been?
Customers were shocked to see a uninformed employee led through the dining room in cuffs.
"He's a legitimate business owner, and he has a Second Amendment right to own weapons," his lawyer says.
He also had a loaded handgun.