Canadian Man in GPS Drug Bust Settles Charges 

FARMINGTON, Maine (AP) – A Canadian man who followed GPSdirections to a U.S. border post with a pound of marijuana in hisvehicle has settled his legal case in Maine by surrendering histruck and paying $490 in fines and fees. Fifty-four-year-old Darrell Fudge of Newfoundland said he neverintended to enter the United States on Sunday and he thought theborder post was a toll bridge. Instead, U.S. agents searched his truck and discovered themarijuana in a cooler. The case was turned over to Maine police. On Wednesday, Fudge pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor drug chargeand he forfeited a 2003 Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck. The Sun Journal of Lewiston says Fudge was then given a ride tothe border. Fudge’s lawyer says Fudge never wants to visit Maine again.