Stoned Illinois Woman Arrested in Kenosha County

Trying to drive home to Antioch after buying marijuana in Chicago, a woman was found driving erratically on I-94 at 3AM Sunday morning, according to the Kenosha News.

A Kenosha Deputry Sheriff report says, “the woman told a deputy she smoked a marijuana blunt in Chicago shortly before driving home. The woman said she had no clue where she was and was unaware she drove 12 miles past her Illinois exit.

“When the deputy asked for her driver’s license and proof of insurance, the woman dug through two separate bags before locating both cards.

“The woman showed the deputy her driver’s license and said she couldn’t find her insurance card, despite holding the card in her hand.”

Then she “nodded off.”

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Stoned Illinois Woman Arrested in Kenosha County — 10 Comments

  1. Oh wow, a stoner on our streets and highways—who would’ve thunk?

    It sucks, but it aint news just cuz the gonj is legal now, folks been doing it since cars were invented.

    I thought there was no test for it yet?

    Guess she incriminated herself.

  2. A sad state of affairs.

    How far down the toilet bowl can Illinois go?

  3. So, the laws are working and she got arrested?

    Is that your point?

    Do we get a blog post about every alcohol DUI too?

  4. Opportunity to cash in on my cache of Flathead 40 Fords, so Illinois weed-running daredevils, can out run them thar sheriff’s, old-timey style.

  5. “then she ‘nodded off'”…

    You don’t nod off from using cannabis.

    Probably on opioids (heroin) and trying to fess to a “lesser” crime.

  6. Please join my sunshine blogger in his holy war against cannabis legalization. Stay tuned…tic, tock, tic, tock, tic, tock, 297 days, tic, tock, tic, tock, meeeeeeoooooooowwwwwwwwwwwwww…

  7. Angel, will you consent to a drug test and have drug sniffing dogs visit your messy abode?

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