By: Laura Meyers
A Michigan man woke up the other night around 2:30 a.m. to a knife-wielding intruder telling him “You’re going to smoke some weed with me right now.”
The man stalled the suspect, who eventually put the knife down. (I’m assuming so that he load the crack pipe. He sounds like a crack pipe kinda guy.)
So then, the victim grabbed the knife, ran to his neighbor’s house and pounded on the door.
One report says he forced his way into the neighbor’s house, and another says he ran away after knocking since the victim feared he was being chased.
The neighbor called 911 and asked for help at his East Mason Street home. He heard what sounded like a knock at the door and a crow bar hitting the ground.
Police found the suspect early Wednesday, July 15, behind a residence after he fell down a steep hill.
After the suspect was being arrested, he complained that the police injured his wrists with the handcuffs.
He was then treated at Munson Healthcare Cadillac Hospital and released without any apparent injuries.
The suspect is now in jail with charges of home invasion, resisting and obstructing police and violating his probation.
The real question here, though, is: did he ever get to smoke his weed?