When a guy is arrested, he’s told that whatever he says can be used against him.
Maybe they need to expand the Miranda warning to include the phrase “or tweet.”
He says he’s “[t]rying to deal with this Bogus charge of DWP .. driving with Pizza.” Specifically, McCray says that his fiancee was “feeding him pizza” while he drove.
“I had cuffs on me with in 3 minutes,” McCray says. “This was a short guy with Napolean complex. . . . He got upset because I asked him why did I need to get out the car on a routine traffic stop. . . . He starving ranting and raving saying I think I know it all and threw me in cuffs.”
McCray claims that he was pulled over for driving 80 miles per hour in a 60-mph zone, and that he was sober.
“Lawyers mount up,” he wrote, “we got some work to do!!!!!”
Hopefully, he’s referring for now to the work he has to do on the football field.