WFTV was there as 25-year-old James Stewart Jr. was released on bond from the Orange County Jail overnight.Stewart allegedly targeted three men in a car and activated his blue and red dash lights and pulled them over in a fake traffic stop on State Road 417. Police said the incident happened at about 4:50pm on Monday.Stewart's passenger, 44-year-old Thames Jehrrod Quinault, from California, was also arrested for tampering with evidence after police said he tried to hide the blue and red lights from state troopers in his luggage. Full Story Here
BRO, James Stewart got fucking arrested. This is one of those stories that is so overwhelming that I really don't think I can handle it. I mean, this is close to Tiger Woods levels. How do you communicate the volume of this? It's more than one man can handle, and for you all to think that I can do it, while flattering, is just not fair. Contrary to what you may have come to believe, I am just a man, not a god. So I'm going to keep this kind of short, and here we go.
First of all, I am going to lead this critique off with something that I think a lot of people are thinking: Stewie's stock just went up in my book. I think this shit is hilarious; not the getting arrested part, but the police strobes to move through traffic. I would be pulling that move for days, maybe even try to pull some girlies over with the megaphone (I'm just assuming that James is enough of a baller to have one of those, too). The only thing he did wrong was get caught. You can't be too liberal with the lights, BRO; James just flew a little too close to the sun. It's shit luck, really. I'll bet the house that he wasn't actually trying to pull anyone over, but what are the odds of flipping the switch behind three cops? That's winning the shit lottery, BRO. But it's refreshing to know that he does dumb shit like everyone else. If anything, this rehab'ed Bubbsy's image, at least for people like me. Like, if you had strobes in your car and were in a traffic jam, would you hesitate to hit the button and pull the Johnny Law routine? If your answer was yes, then sit yo ass down, bitch. Me and James are on the same page here.
Update: Ok, so it turns out that I was right to be suspicious of that photo and Stewie's middle name is apparently Mark, not Mack. But I stand by everything I said and maintain a firm stance that Mack would be way friendlier from a marketing standpoint, so get the legal eagles going on that.