I believe I am jinxed. I really do. I have been pull over by police 3 times for Grand Theft Auto or any way pulled over twice and accused of it once. The first incident was right after high school, I had just bought the car from a co-worker, and that very day got pulled over. Got that worked out after the police called her to confirm it. But the last 2 times were interesting to say the least. Dont laught this in not funny nor is it a joke. I was accused of stealing a 27 or 28 foot U-haul truck, cant remember which. I was moving up to Kansas, and had went up and bought a house up there, and was going to move my belongings up. We ordered a U-haul from city x (to protect the innocent). When I got there our Truck wasnt there, and had to make a 30 minute trip to City Z. Well that cost me about 1 hour and 20 minutes of time, I am a little ticked off no big deal. Story gets better, get there and pull in to the storage rental place, get the truck 3/4's loaded on a Sunday, and find a 3 inch gash in a back tire. Call the repair number and they send out a guy 1 1/2 hours later, so now I am down about 3 hours, still havent got the truck loaded. The repair guy whom I nick named "FLASH" fixed the tire, checked the VIN number, lights wiper fluid, ect and went about his merry way. I finish loading up the truck, by this time it is dinner time. My wife and 4 year old daughter and mother in law was with me, and we were hungry and tired. I told my wife, I was going to park the truck at Wally World, and we would go and eat some BBQ (not enough room to park the truck there). So we go and have a nice meal, and we return to get the truck. That is where it all started. I was headed out of town, going toward the interstate on a 4 lane road, another 4 lane merged with this one. I see 2 police in crusiers in the Median, I didnt think anything about it until, they pulled in behind me and hit me with their lights. I pull over in the far right lane, with no where else to park. I am thinking FLASH must have missed a tail light or something, because the speed limit was 65, and I was lucky to be doing 55. As I reach over to get my wallet out of my coat in the seat next to me I see 2 police in the right hand side mirror, both had shotguns. This clued me in that I was in trouble, so I glanced in the right hand mirror, and see about 10 police cars back there, 20 something police with guns drawn. I keep thinking not good. They tell me to get out of the truck, which I did rather quickly to face forward and start walking backwards. Well let me tell you that isnt easy to do, especially at the pace they wanted me to go. I keep hearing this loud speaker telling me to hurry up. I got back there and I am grabbed by 3 police and handcuffs were put on really tight. Then put me in the front seat with "Boss Hog" and I ask him what is going on, he told me to basically shut up, I would find out soon enough. Well after 15 minutes, I had had enough, so I told him he had 2 choices either a. Take me to the station and book me or b. get those cuffs off so I could go about my merry way. At this point he told me that U-Haul truck is stolen. I said, No #&%* who stole it? He told me something about being a smart A**, I told him yeah but I am, and if I were in his shoes, he would ask me about a contract. You should have seen his face, he asked me if I had one and I told him we did. Well we got it all work out, they released me. Then Boss Hog, tells me this, "If I were you, I would get a room for the night, until this is straightened up." I told Boss Hog he had better get it straightened up right then, because I was heading to Kansas, and I doubted very seriously I would stop fo the police again. I talked with a Lawyer the next day, he told me I really didnt have a case since the police didnt arrest me, or shoot me, or I got physically harmed, however I did get my money back plus some for that trip, and probably an idiot area U-Haul Manager fired, who had saw the truck a Wally World and reported it stolen with out verifying it had been rented out. This leads to the second "Car Theft". 3 weeks after the U-Haul incident, I was heading home from work, I had a 40 minute one way commute, and I got off at 1:00 in the morning. At that time of night I had no reason to hurry, I saved gas and did 60 in a 70 mph zone. Again I was on a 4-lane, me and a deputy sheriff only ones on the road, he pulls up by me on the left, and suddenly hits his breaks, and pulls behind me and hits me with his lights. He comes up to the window, and asked me for license, registration and insurance, which I give him. He comes back about 10 minutes later and askes me who truck belonged to. I asked him if he could read. I had just given him 3 forms of identification and apparently he was not comprehending what he was looking at. So he asked me where I got the truck. By this time, I had already figured out this little routine, went through the same drill 3 weeks earlier, and I was getting mad. So I asked him point blank, "Are you trying to say I stole this truck? If you are, then you need to do one of the following, shoot me, arrest me or cause me bodily harm, that is what my lawyer told me 3 weeks ago when I stole the U-Haul so I can sue someone." He gives me this wild look and says, I will be right back. 10 minutes later he came back and apologized, said he had miss read a number on the VIN. He never did tell me why he stopped me. I sometimes think if I didnt have bad luck I would have none at all. I am sure there are some interesting stories out there, stuff that has happened to people with no fault of their own.