If it's strange, I'm gonna tell ya about it! From stupid criminals to "moose-icide"...
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When Charles Chambers showed up at the Anderson, SC sheriff's
office to demand the return of money seized during a drug arrest, he probably
would have been wise to call a cab.
After deputies told him to leave, one of them noticed
that the car he was getting into matched the description of a reported stolen
vehicle. He was pulled over and told to
stop. He had to stick a screwdriver in
the ignition to turn the vehicle off. It
seems the ignition switch had been removed.
DON'T THINK YOU'LL GET ANY INTEREST ON THAT
An employee at the Kitsap Credit Union in Bremerton, WA
was processing the night deposits when he noticed that one of the envelopes
contained not only money, but methamphetamines.
The police were notified and they contacted the 18-year
old customer. Although they aren't quite
certain, they think the bag might have been in her pocket and accidentally put
in with the money when she pulled it out to make the deposit.
Let's HOPE it was accidental, ‘cause I'd hate to think someone was THAT stupid!
OFF, OR I'LL MAKE YOU WATCH RERUNS OF "THE DATING GAME"!
Poor Geoffrey Fryatt.
He had a great life and a lovely home at the Fairways Golf and Lifestyle
Retreat in Brisbane, Australia. Unfortunately,
his finance broker defrauded him of his life savings. That was enough to push Fryatt over the edge. The 57-year old was arrested by an elite
paramilitary plice group after frightening his neighbors with a knife and then
threatening to blow up a cache of chemicals with a remote.
"One push of the button will blow up half of Brisbane". Fortunately, the only thing that remote
worked on was the television in his living room.
Talk about not right in the head! Carlton Jermaine Davis of Minnesota is just
plain weird. Maybe that's too mild of a
What did he do?
Well, according to the criminal complaint, he approached a woman leaving
work, robbed her of her keys and cell phone, put them in a bag and then told
her "I'm going to suck your feet."
Police arrested him a few minutes later. He was sentenced to five years' probation.
Moose? Well, it
wasn't quite a typical day when Alaska State Trooper Howard Peterson saw what
he though was a rock falling about 20 feet in front of his patrol car. It happens on the Seward Highway south of
Anchorage every now and then. "Falling
rock!" is what he said he thought as he prepared to steer clear if it bounced
onto the highway.
But it didn't bounce.
It didn't break. It didn't even
roll. No, it just kind of lay there...dead. It seems that it was a moose that had fallen
off a cliff and landed next to the highway.
"They occasionally have bad days like the rest of
us," said wildlife biologist Rick Sinnott. "They slip and fall. Maybe
he was reaching for a branch and the snow just gave way." Maybe he'd had enough, and just couldn't take it another day...
Wow, that's SOME bad day!
Hope yours is better!