A woman thought she would be able to pass as her 21-year-old daughter. She was wrong. Heather Garcia, age 38, was pulled over after an officer noticed her BMW did not have a license plate. When officers performed a vehicle search they found drug paraphernalia and a white powdery substance. When the officers asked for her information, the name she gave was Mercedes and said she was born in 1998. Officers soon realized through a records check that the identity Garcia had offered was actually her daughter's. Once police were able to make a positive ID on Heather Garcia, they discovered she had outstanding warrants. She was arrested and charged on drug possession, driving with a revoked license, and offering false personal info to a police officer. She remains behind bars.
Be careful what you say when coordinating with your maid of honor. A woman learned that after she told her sister that she could wear anything she wanted for the wedding. Well, the Nebraska maid of honor showed up at her sister's wedding dressed as a dinosaur. Seems the bridal party was given free rein over what they wanted to wear to the nuptials. “When you’re a maid of honor and told you can wear anything you choose … I regret nothing,” wrote Christina Meador alongside a photo of her wearing a T-Rex costume last month. The photo has since gone viral with more than 35,000 shares on social media. Good news is the bride seems to have no problem with what her sister chose to wear to her wedding.