A guy being chased by the cops hops a fence INTO jail!

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July 14, 2016

A Guy Gets Out of His Car During a Police Chase and Hops a Fence Into a Jail

A 35-year-old guy was driving in Oceanside, California around 2:00 A.M. on Tuesday, when the cops tried to pull him over. 

But instead of stopping, he sped away and the chase was ON.  He finally pulled over into a parking lot, got out of his car, and hopped a fence.

But it turns out it was the parking lot for a JAIL, and the fence he hopped was the one around the inmate intake area.  So he was either unconditionally surrendering, or he got INSANELY unlucky with his getaway plan.

The cops walked him right into the jail and booked him for resisting and obstructing police. 


Two Former Marines Playing "Pokemon Go" Catch an Attempted Murder Suspect

24-year-old Seth Ortega and 26-year-old Javier Soch are both former Marines who live in Fullerton, California. 

On Tuesday, they were out doing what everyone else in the world seems to be doing, playing "Pokemon Go".  While they were hunting for Pokemon, they noticed a sketchy guy who seemed to be harassing a woman and her kids.  When they saw him put his hands on one of the boys' legs, they jumped into action.

Seth grabbed the guy while Javier called the cops.  When the cops got there, they found out the guy was 39-year-old Jacob Kells, and he had warrants out for assaulting a police officer, and attempted MURDER.

Seth and Javier say they're glad they helped them catch the guy before something really bad went down, and they're going to keep on playing Pokemon Go.

Click here to see Jacob's mugshot.


A Guy Driving the Wrong Way Got Caught with 4,000 Pounds of Weed

A guy named Alejandro Perez was driving a moving truck near Atlanta on Monday, when he blew through a stop sign, and started heading down the wrong side of the road. 

So a cop pulled him over, and took him into custody when it turned out he didn't have a driver's license.  Unfortunately for Alejandro, that was the least of his problmes.  The cops asked him what was in the truck, and he claimed he didn't know.

When they opened it up, they found out he was hauling around 4,000 POUNDS of marijuana, that's worth just under $2 million.

Medical marijuana is legal in Georgia now, but the cops said they're pretty sure that much weed WASN'T for "personal use."  Stupid Criminals!!!

So Alejandro's facing charges for drug trafficking. 

Click here to see a picture of the pot.