Wisconsin man tells police he's done ...

Wisconsin man tells police he's done something wrong

There are 21 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Oct 14, 2010, titled Wisconsin man tells police he's done something wrong. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

An Osceola, Wis., man called police late Saturday night to report some criminal activity - his own.

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Natalie

Tempe, AZ

#1 Oct 14, 2010
How can he turn himself in and then plead not guilty?
Captain Obvious

Saint Paul, MN

#2 Oct 14, 2010
Wait - he pleaded not guilty?
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Hugo, MN

#3 Oct 14, 2010
Captain Obvious wrote:
Wait - he pleaded not guilty?
He was probably high when he turned himself in, then sobered up and thought, "what the hell did I just do?"
DUH

Chesterfield, MO

#4 Oct 14, 2010
Must've been some good s**t!
That's hilarious!
ha ha

Minneapolis, MN

#6 Oct 14, 2010
He must have been drunk. LOL!
Love how he assumes the police are his "friends" and that they'll thank him for "coming clean." Only to then have them search his home and charge him with a crime. Had it been alcohol ( a more deadly, addictive substance) they would have referred him to a chemical dependency counselor. Pot? Time to make him a ward of the criminal justice system and a tax burden!

Sadly, because of the illegal status of pot at present, his "coming clean" is the most dangerous outcome of his pot use. If those who sold it don't take kindly to his "ratting them out," he might have some unforeseen issues to deal with. Namely, an angry drug dealer. Had he gone to 7/11 to buy it under a legal system? No such danger. Another glaring failure of the drug war, and your tax dollars at work!
Bil Keane

United States

#7 Oct 14, 2010
This guy must be a saint. What a waste of time for the police officers.
Really

Saint Paul, MN

#8 Oct 14, 2010
The jack-__ got exactly what he deserved. Cops are never your friend, ever..............
Sarah

United States

#9 Oct 14, 2010
LMAO !!!
The Whole Truth

Minneapolis, MN

#10 Oct 14, 2010
See what that stuff can do to ya? What an idiot!

Since: Apr 08

Twin Cities

#11 Oct 14, 2010
I'll bet he regrets implicating two other people in his moment of clarity.

Since: Apr 08

Twin Cities

#12 Oct 14, 2010
Wait! Maybe he was doing this to get those other people in trouble, figuring he'd get off free for turning them in...?
Polarmill

Long Lake, MN

#13 Oct 14, 2010
Wisc, never fails to amaze!!

Bret Farve came from there, emailing his private parts to a reporter..

WHO recruited him to the brainpower state?
ha ha

Minneapolis, MN

#14 Oct 14, 2010
ZenBirdist wrote:
Wait! Maybe he was doing this to get those other people in trouble, figuring he'd get off free for turning them in...?
Yes, he didn't get that one quite right. If you HAVE information the police want/need and don't have, THEN they'll play ball and give you a plea. If they have you AND the information they need? Well... we see the result. LOL!
Get a Life

Minneapolis, MN

#15 Oct 14, 2010
ha ha wrote:
He must have been drunk. LOL!
Love how he assumes the police are his "friends" and that they'll thank him for "coming clean." Only to then have them search his home and charge him with a crime. Had it been alcohol ( a more deadly, addictive substance) they would have referred him to a chemical dependency counselor. Pot? Time to make him a ward of the criminal justice system and a tax burden!
Sadly, because of the illegal status of pot at present, his "coming clean" is the most dangerous outcome of his pot use. If those who sold it don't take kindly to his "ratting them out," he might have some unforeseen issues to deal with. Namely, an angry drug dealer. Had he gone to 7/11 to buy it under a legal system? No such danger. Another glaring failure of the drug war, and your tax dollars at work!
you are soooo right.
Fed up

Portland, OR

#17 Oct 14, 2010
This guy is canidate material. I mean seriously; say one thing and then do an other.

“HHhhhoooowwwlll”

Since: Feb 08

Craigville

#18 Oct 14, 2010
Good move, coming clean on such a run of criminal behavior is a beacon to all of us who would cringe at such a notion.
Now if he could just build himself his own jail cell, lock himself in, and throw away the key, he will be complete.
idea

Duluth, MN

#19 Oct 14, 2010
ha ha ha ah ah ah whoo
FAIL
Greta

Hudson, WI

#20 Oct 14, 2010
Like there are no stupid people in Minnesota? Psh. The PP discussion boards are proof of that.
Polarmill wrote:
Wisc, never fails to amaze!!
Bret Farve came from there, emailing his private parts to a reporter..
WHO recruited him to the brainpower state?
Deb

Northome, MN

#21 Oct 14, 2010
sounds likes he's been smoking too much. lmao!!
idea

Duluth, MN

#22 Oct 15, 2010
Greta wrote:
Like there are no stupid people in Minnesota? Psh. The PP discussion boards are proof of that.
<quoted text>
okay take your CHEESY anti-depressants now LOL

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