Originally Posted by Atlanta Dan
Note the use of the disclaimer "usually"
Santonio keeps it real - most pro athletes would not do this either
Police stopped Mr. Holmes after being told at a 3 p.m. roll call that a late-model SUV with an out-of-state license plate might be driving through the Hill District with a "large amount of narcotics." The information pertained to an ongoing investigation.
An hour later, officers Thomas Gorecki and John Kusenko pulled over Mr. Holmes' black SUV with Florida license plates for an "investigatory stop" at Centre Avenue and Mario Lemieux Place because it matched the general description from roll call.
Zone 2 Cmdr. George Trosky said neither Mr. Holmes nor his vehicle were related to the narcotics investigation.
"It's completely unrelated," Cmdr. Trosky said. "You know what, it was just his bad luck."
Mr. Holmes did not have his driver's license but handed over his registration and insurance paperwork. Officers said they smelled marijuana in the SUV. Officer Kusenko asked Mr. Holmes if he had been smoking marijuana in the SUV that day.
"No," Mr. Holmes told officers, according to the affidavit, "but yesterday I was."
That's how you be great!
Originally Posted by JonM229
Ray Rice's cause in Baltimore has been anti-bullying. I'd say hitting a woman would qualify as bullying behavior.
In my neck of the woods, it qualifies as being a punk bitch.