Originally written on Busted Coverage  |  Last updated 6/27/14

Ahhh, so that’s how Chargers superfan Pablo Hernandez was able to afford great seats at Jack Murphy and the gas in that giant Ford Excursion. California State Police say they made a traffic stop on Pablo this week and happened to bring a drug dog in for a further inspection. Oh, what do we have here, Pablo? A little nose candy? Like 42 pounds of it? C’mon, homeboy, you can’t be driving around Southern California and figure the cops won’t stop you for an autograph. 

A friggin’ radio station broke this news that’ll now fly around the sports blogosphere:

(A local fixture will be out of sight for a while)…Almost everyone has seen the loudly painted Ford Excursion.

The blue SUV has Charger insignias all over it. Thursday the owner of that vehicle was arrested. The California Highway Patrol stopped the vehicle, traveling North on Highway 86, near Bannister Road. Officers discovered 42 pounds of cocaine in the vehicle. The driver, Pablo Hernandez from El Centro, was placed under arrest. Hernandez, his vehicle and the narcotics were all turned over to the Imperial County Narcotics Task Force for further investigation.

Looks like the fuzz will be rolling to Chargers-Raiders in style this year. Grill hanging off the back. Little Booty Lounge in the back.

Your move, Raiders fan.

[Charger fan busted]


Filed under: Cuff 'Em, Features, NFL
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