SELMA, N.C. — Police arrested a Goldsboro man after they say he was doing jumping jacks and push-ups in the middle of a highway in Selma.
According to WTVD, someone called police on July 8 to say that a man stopped his car in the middle of the highway, got out and started doing jumping jacks and push-ups.
He then got back in the vehicle, drove a short distance, got out and did it again.
Danny Ray Hodge, 42, was found on his hands and knees beside Jones Street. When he saw officers, he ran back to his car.
Police say they found six small baggies of methamphetamine in the car.
Hodge was previously released from prison three years ago and is currently on probation and wearing a GPS tracking device His arrests include charges of rape, kidnapping, larceny and drug possession, according to court records.
Hodge was charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute and his bond was set at $40,000.