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  1. Rob Cypher
    A driver who told police he had smoked marijuana crashed his car into CNN headquarters in Atlanta early on Friday, causing damage but no injuries, police said.

    The driver, identified by police as Gerlmy Javon Todd, 22, had marijuana on him and said he’d smoked pot earlier, Atlanta Police Department spokesman Officer John Chafee said by email.

    The car crashed into the lobby of the building, according to a CNN Twitter feed, which showed a photo of a Mercedes-Benz convertible in its lobby just feet from a large CNN logo.

    Officers who arrived at the scene shortly after 4 a.m. found the car had crashed into the north side of the CNN Center building, Chafee said. It was not clear when Todd had smoked the marijuana or how much he had smoked.

    Todd was taken into custody on charges of driving under the influence, reckless driving and possession of marijuana, Chafee said.

    Reuters
    June 13, 2014

    http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2014/06/13/pot-smoking-driver-crashes-mercedes-into-cnn-headquarters

Comments

  1. kumar420
    How the fuck... I guess he really wanted to know the news
  2. baZING
    Have you found any more stories that suggest whether this was accidental or intentional? Obviously there is a big difference between the two; the way this article is worded almost makes it sound like the latter... but it's not said explicitly. I wonder if there would have been other charges if it was found to be intentional, though, or if "reckless driving" could act as a catch-all in that case.
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