A Florida man was arrested during an Orlando traffic stop because white flakes found in his car tested positive as crystal meth. It turns out, the flakes were just icing crumbs from Krispy Kreme donuts.
When most of us think about the danger of driving while interacting with invisible beings, we’re most likely to blame Pokemon Go. That’s not the case with this 28-year-old Floridian, who was praying to an invisible being named Jesus with her eyes closed. While driving. She hit a house.
One Florida man found out the hard way that tossing a four-foot alligator through a drive-thru window will get you in a heap of trouble with The Man. Whatever you do, do not throw a gator through a drive-thru window.
Last month Florida attorney David J. Maloney, locally famous for an aggressive anti-DUI attitude, was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving. Now the state attorney’s office has decided to dismiss the case because they couldn’t find enough evidence that Maloney was actually impaired after all.
It’s not clear why this Pontiac G6 driver decided it was a good idea to drive over a motorcycle carrying two human beings, just as entitled to the breath of life as the rest of us, but we should find out soon.
A police car in pursuit of armed robbery suspects screamed through a red light last week, obliterating an unsuspecting driver. There’s a reason why this is isn’t allowed, even for cops.
“If you drink and you drive and you hurt someone, don’t call me. I’m not gonna represent you, I’m not gonna help you. If anything, I’m gonna be the lawyer going after you,” says Florida attorney David J. Maloney, who was just arrested for driving under the influence.
A lot of car buyers worry about encountering snakes at their local dealership—the slithery kind in polo shirts that try to push the TruCoat. On Thursday, a Florida car buyer came across a different kind of reptile, in the form of a six-foot long, 170 pound alligator.
Road rage isn’t always the easiest thing to communicate with other drivers, since noise and traffic flow tend to drown out the words—unless, of course, a person hops out of the car and carries out the argument while riding on hood of another. That happened on Florida on Tuesday, making for some odd videos.
As deputies debated the safety of carrying out the rescue of a stolen car from a Florida pond on March 31, three teenage girls drowned inside, according to news reports. Deputies deemed the rescue unsafe after wading into the water, but dashcam footage led the girls’ families to question how much the deputies did to…
Have you ever started your car, then left it running as you popped back into your house for a quick sec to grab something? Of course you have. We all have. Have you ever done this and then found that some idiot kids got into your car and drove it over a Mustang? No? Then you’re better off than this guy in St.…
These guys are everything that’s wrong with motorcyclists, and they’re why people hate us.
Early on Friday morning, a group of suspected young men rolled up to a Tampa, Florida car dealership in a stolen minivan. A stealthy operation resulted in eight additional stolen cars for their fleet, but cameras caught the whole thing—from sifting through the office for keys to ramming other cars on the way out.
Florida Man is at it again. This time, he attempted to answer the question: “Why buy food, when you can get a really ugly BMW instead?” Authorities say that he’s been charged with stealing a car after a dealership declined his offer to purchase it with food stamps.
One Florida woman must have really, really wanted some waffles.
Fans at Daytona International Speedway’s Bike Week had a rude awakening this weekend when a black Toyota pickup ran into four people and six motor homes in the infield campground. The Orlando Sentinel reports that the accused driver admitted to drinking before getting behind the wheel.
From 2007 to 2012, a Georgia man rolled through various events at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida and stole from team trailers and motorhomes. This week, his conquest culminated in a 10-year jail sentence.
I know even typing the word “Florida” here will be seen as unnecessary, but in South Florida, a 59-year-old man stole a backhoe and took it on an hour-and-a-half joyride up and down a bridge, tossing boulders and scraping the road surface, sending showers of beautiful sparks into the air.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is a federal holiday that honors one of the most important and influential people in both the Civil Rights Movement and American history as a whole. So naturally, it makes sense to spend the entire day shutting down intersections, popping wheelies and running red lights on your motorcycle.
Warren James Buchanan hates when people fondle his truck. He hates it so much that, according to police, he killed a man last week over it.