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Police Became Suspicious When Men Said They “Wanted” To Be In New Jersey

Posted in Bizarre, Newsworthy, Traffic, Travel by Suzanne Denbow | September 11th, 2008 | Leave a Reply |

In Roxbury Township, NJ, police stopped New Mexico locals James Garfield, 55, and Robin Harrington, 56, after reportedly observing them weaving in and out of traffic on Interstate 80. When questioned, Garfield and Harrington explained they had made the trek from New Mexico to New Jersey in their beat up pick-up truck because they had a hankering for some New Jersey delicacies. Astutely surmising that something was amiss, the Roxbury Township officers preceded to search the vehicle, yielding the predictable results.

Accordingly, after searching the vehicle, police discovered a backpack containing three pounds of marijuana. Garfield and Harrington were then both placed under arrest and are each currently being held on $100,000 bail, though some would argue simply still being in New Jersey is punishment enough.

[Source: CNews.com]

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