Friday rush-hour traffic going through Miami typically isn't much of a surprise, except for this past Friday, when the stand-still traffic was caused by a hearse with green neon lights and a backseat full of fake guns and a fake anti-tank rocket.
That scene, allegedly perpetrated by 28-year-old Hollywood resident Lee Lewis, shut down the Palmetto Expressway for more than five hours and led his arrest on charges of possession of ammunition by a convicted felon, possession of methadone, and driving with a suspended license.
In a hearing to set his bond, Lewis was ordered to undergo a mental-health evaluation after letting the judge know, "Everything is getting dropped, and I'm suing everybody," according to the Miami Herald.
But you can't really get to know a criminal suspect without some great MySpace information.
According to Lewis' profile, his occupation is listed as "
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Lewis' criminal history includes battery, grand theft, and drug possession.