If you're looking to get arrested then you might want to follow the example set by Barry Paul Cole of Jennings. Based on reports surrounding Cole's arrest the only he could have done to make it easier on police would have been if he drove himself to the jail.

Early yesterday morning (September 27) officers with the Jennings Police Department received a call from a female resident advising them that a person was in her home and that person was violating a protective order.

When police arrived on the scene they found Barry Paul Cole inside the victim's home. He was actually in one of the beds in the house and he was smoking what was described as a green leafy substance. That substance was later confirmed to be marijuana.

So Cole was in the home of a person who had a protective order against him. He was in that person's bed and he was smoking an illegal substance when police came into the home. See what I mean about "making it easy for the police"?  Mr. Cole has been charged with violation of a protective order, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.