There are probably more than we can count, but a Seattle man arrested in South Kitsap last Thursday hit quite a few of them, at least according to the report by the state trooper who pulled over 27-year-old Kolbi J. Stewart for speeding on his motorcycle. According to papers obtained by the Kitsap Sun, when the trooper turned on his sirens to signal for Stewart to pull over, "the motorcycle rider started pumping his fist in the air and nodding his head."
After looking back and seeing the trooper Stewart pulled over, then allegedly laughed off the trooper's belief that the two were engaged in a chase, explaining that he didn't hear the sirens because he was "rockin'" to music inside his helmet. But there's more:
The trooper noted in his report that the motorcyclist "was laughing about getting caught driving recklessly and he thought it was funny that I though he was trying to elude me," the documents said.
The 27-year-old said he'd smoked marijuana while waiting for the ferry at the Fauntleroy terminal. He was found to have a bag of marijuana and marijuana pills, ecstasy and sugar pills with LSD, the documents said.
Troopers said Stewart mentioned he'd "been experimenting with drugs for several years," the documents reported. A drug recognition expert concluded that "he observed signs of drug use but he did not observe signs of impairment."