Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Weird Crime Wednesday: 'Possibly' Not The Best Way To Get Home

(photo @ wikipedia)

Indian River County, Florida

In the early morning hours of April 6, 2014, an ambulance taking their patient to the hospital noticed something odd: A man, 20-year-old Timothy Torfonz Baker Jr, had hitched a ride on the rear railing of their vehicle. When they came to a stop, he got down and  ran in front of them, effectively blocking the roadway.

As if that wasn't weird enough, Timothy also wasn't wearing any pants. When approached by the EMS workers, he then began insisting that they were in a completely different county.

Police were called to the scene. Once they arrived, Timothy admitted to the officers that earlier in the evening, he'd partaken of alcohol, marijuana, and 'possibly' crack cocaine (which seems like the type of thing you should know for certain).

He also repeatedly claimed that one of the officers was actually from another county, which probably seemed much more annoying than disrespectful.

Timothy Torfonz Baker Jr. was arrested and charged with disorderly intoxication. After arriving at the jail, police found a bag of weed inside his sock, which could 'possibly' result in more charges.

...and his very own pair of prison issued pants.

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