[Morning Sun] PITTSBURGH – A bicyclist riding on the sidewalk in downtown Pittsburg Tuesday morning caught the eye of a Pittsburg Police Department officer, who attempted to make contact with the individual about a city ordinance violation.
According to a police media release, the subject, Shaun D. Hall, 29, of Nevada, Mo., was riding his bike in the area of Fifth and Broadway, then fled northbound on his bicycle, and the pursuit ended in the 100 block of West Seventh Street, where Hall was taken into custody.
When Hall’s backpack was searched, officers located an active “one-pot” mobile methamphetamine lab.
No clue what to say about this. I mean three days ago I thought I made it very clear that you probably shouldn’t bike around town carrying meth. And bro here isn’t even carrying meth, he’s carrying a meth FACTORY.
Sometimes it makes me angry that bicyclists are so stupid, but it’s times like these that I’m actually grateful for it. I mean if some guy with even an OUNCE of brains inside his fucking skull was cooking that meth, Pittsburgh’s drug problem would probably be just a little bit worse today. Instead, a bicyclist took the reigns and went on a goddamn joyride with his methpack on.
These are the times when I start to question my crusade against bicyclists. Even the smartest criminals in the world (and don’t you have to be at least a LITTLE smart to cook meth?) become flat out retarded the second they sit on a bicycle. Honestly I’m flat out SHOCKED that they didn’t catch Aaron Hernandez on a bike. Seems like you’d have to be a bicyclists to fuck up a murder that badly. Anyway is catching these criminals worth all the detriment to society that bicycles cause?
Obviously the answer is no, but it’s something to think about.Follow @footstepsfaIco