Trucker Makes Stunning Admission to Cops After Arrested for Suspicion of DUI
Yakima, WA – We all play music as we are driving down the road, but one trucker takes it to a whole new level, according to police in Washington.
A trooper with the Washington State Police (WSP) recently had quite an encounter with a truck driver, and WSP shared it on social media today.
In a tweet, WSP Trooper C. Thorson says fellow officer, Trooper Thrombley, recently stopped a semi-truck for going 17 mph over the limit.
Trooper Thrombley will likely never forget what he was about to discover, and chances are, you won’t either.
The driver, whose identity was not revealed, was arrested for “suspicion of DUI/drugs,” according to Thorson.
An image released by WSP reveals the alleged drug paraphernalia found inside the rig.
Just when you thought you have heard it all…..Trooper Trombley stopped a semi truck driver for speeding (17 over). After arresting the driver for suspicion of DUI/drugs, he found out that the suspect produces/records music while driving down the highway. #notacceptable pic.twitter.com/QdAdj1ZS4G
— Trooper C. Thorson (@wspd3pio) February 10, 2020
In addition to that, the trucker appears to have a small music recording studio equipped with a computer monitor and keyboard near the truck’s dashboard.
According to WSP, the truck driver admitted to producing and recording music “while driving down the highway.”
In a subsequent tweet, Thorson also revealed the driver had a “drop down mic from the ceiling of the cab.”
Trooper Thorson simply hashtagged his tweet “#notacceptable.”
Sometimes life is simply stranger, and in this case, more dangerous than fiction.
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