January 04, 2013
5-0 is checking Facebook to see if you committed a drunken hit-and-run #fyi
The dumbass kid pictured above got busted, after a cop showed up to his house and found damage to his car consistent with damage to another car involved in a hit-and-run accident the night before. They also found pieces of his car at the scene of the accident.
But I was glad to read that 5-0 apparently isn't capable of constantly checking your Facebook for evidence of any wrongdoing. (Otherwise, half the people I know would be in jail for weed.) Someone who followed this kid called the cops on him.
And I'd say they did the right thing. If you drove home drunk and didn't hit anything, the so be it. You should be allowed to get away with that. You should even be allowed to brag about it on Facebook. But if you fuck up someone else's car, you should at least leave a note or something. (Though I can understand not wanting to stick around for 5-0 to find out you were drunk.)
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