Being super focused and organized is usually a good thing. Sadly for a Massachusetts man that wasn't the case after he was arrested part way through his very detailed to-do list. A to-do list that started with "find crystal meth."

25-year-old Evan Dorsey of Weymouth, Massachusetts got arrested on Friday after neighbors called the cops about a suspicious man walking around the neighborhood taking a survey on whether they'd be okay with a neighborhood medical marijuana dispensary. Cops spotted Evan rifling through a UPS package at one of the houses, and a subsequent search of his pockets revealed a couple of stolen items and a notebook that included his to-do list for the day.

According to the police report, he had titled the list, quote, "goals for Friday, 3/24/13" -- even though Friday was actually March 22nd -- and among his goals for the day were: Find crystal meth, get a gold watch, commit a break-in or rob a dealer, sell drugs, and do one good deed for a stranger. Maybe 'don't get arrested' should have been at the top of the list.