Oregon's Cliff Harris Commits Every Offense Ever, Is Stopped By Officer, Is Let Go

On Tuesday, Oregon State Police released footage of an officer conducting a traffic stop on Ducks star cornerback Cliff Harris (who was driving, among others, quarterback Darren Thomas). Here's what you need to know:

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  • Harris was allegedly driving 118 miles per hour.
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  • Harris admitted that people in the car had been smoking marijuana.
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  • Someone in the car claimed they had smoked it all.
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  • Harris asked the officer to search the car; the officer did not search the car.
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  • The officer asked Harris for I.D.; Harris said he did not have any.
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  • The officer determined a passenger was legally able to drive, told him to drive, and let them all go.
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HE LET THEM ALL GO! Harris and his party probably continued their crime spree by robbing a bank, using the money to buy a bunch of Fun Size candy bars not meant for individual retail sale, selling them individually anyway, and using that money to open a factory and manufacture mattresses with tags on them that read, "they're probably not flammable, don't worry about it." Do not purchase these mattresses.

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