(NEWSER) – A 35-year-old man who showed up in a Pittsburgh traffic courtroom Monday to face charges of driving under suspension was apparently feeling either very reckless or more or less invincible (and invisible).
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Christopher Durkin had wrapped up his hearing and was heading out of the room when he stopped to briefly talk with an unnamed man in the courtroom's sitting area. A sheriff's deputy saw the interaction and told Durkin to skedaddle. But after Durkin left, his conversational partner approached the deputy and told him Durkin had asked if he had wanted to buy any Suboxone—a narcotic used to relieve pain and treat opioid addiction.
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