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Whether to prosecute or not is a judgment call. In this case, let it go! You will not believe what this woman is being prosecuted for. As reported by foxcarolina.com:

A Pickens woman has been arrested and charged after deputies said she failed to return a Jennifer Lopez movie she rented in 2005.

Kayla Michelle Finley, 27, has been charged with failure to return a rented video cassette, according to the Pickens County Sheriff’s Office.

According to warrants Finely rented Monster-In-Law from Dalton Video, which is no longer in business, in 2005 and the tape was not returned within 72 hours.

Finley was sent letters to return the video several times but never responded, according to the warrant. It also said a certified warrant was sent to the woman on Sept. 12, 2005.

Finley denied ever getting those warnings, and said she would fight the charges.

It’ll be the trial of the century! You’ll find the source, and a photo of Ms. Finley, here.

 

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It’s fair to say that people generally know what’s in their underwear, and where it came from, right? An Italian gentleman with a wad of a cash in his skivvies couldn’t answer the “where it came from” part, putting him in the soup. As reported at www.couriermail.com.au:

British border control officials caught an Italian man trying to smuggle £10,000 ($17,330) out of Northern Ireland in his underwear. The man was stopped by border control officials on July 23 as he boarded a flight to Rome from Belfast International Airport.

The cash – consisted of British Pound Sterling and Euro notes – was discovered in the man’s underwear, pockets and wallet.

The UK Border Agency said today the man was not able to provide a “reasonable explanation” for why he was carrying such a large amount of cash.

No explanation, no cash.

“The money was detained under the Proceeds of Crime Act and will only be returned if he can provide proof to a court that the money came from a legitimate source.”

The man chose not to travel on the flight, the agency said.

Hmm. Perhaps he wouldn’t be so welcomed without all that cashish. Here’s the source.

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no soup for you

Yeah, getting banned from the internet for a period of time is probably a fair punishment for what this man did. As reported by the New York Daily News:

Jason Willis, 31, thought he was just having some innocent fun advertising his neighbor’s sexual services on personal ad sites.

But he caught a whole lot of heat after men started turning up at her Waterford house at all hours of the day – including one who was wearing nothing but a trench coat.

The victim, named only as Dawn, contacted cops in Nov. 2012 and they traced the adverts to Willis.

He was this week barred from using the internet for 30 months as part of a plea deal after confessing to sending men to her house.

You can read more, and see a photo of Mr. Willis, here.

 

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You’re probably thinking, hmm, a bow and arrow? A pea shooter? A crossbow? A taser? (Please, that’s not Juiceworthy.) An RPG? A bazooka? No actually … via nbcconnecticut.com …

Police said David J. Walski [60], of 55 Crouch Avenue, fired several rounds at his male relative with a flare gun, striking him one time. The victim was transported to William Backus Hospital for a non-life threatening injury.  One of the flares entered the victim’s residence, but no significant damage was caused.

A flare gun? Who shoots someone with a flare gun even once, much less “several” times?

At around 9:20 a.m., a 911 caller reported a man was shot in the area of 69 Fountain Street and the perpetrator  fled from the area in a blue Chevrolet.

Officers observed the described vehicle traveling away from the scene, and encountered Walksi when they stopped the car on Washington Street. Inside the vehicle, police discovered the flare gun they say Walksi used in the shooting.

Walski was charged with first and second degree assault, first- degree reckless endangerment, driving with weapons in a motor vehicle, carrying a dangerous weapon, and breach of peace.

He was held on a $100,000 bond and will appear in Norwich Superior Court on Monday.

You’ll find the source here, including a photo of Mr. Walski.

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Sure it’s true that kids these days do a lot of things sooner than kids used to. But this? Yikes. As reported by Reuters:

A ten-year-old Norwegian boy came up with a novel excuse after he drove his parents’ car into a snowy ditch on Wednesday morning: he told police he was a dwarf who forgot his driving license.

The boy lives near Dokka, a town about 110 kilometres north of Oslo. Sometime before 0600 local time, he loaded his 18-month old sister into the car and headed for their grandparents in Valdres, about 60 kilometres away, local police said.

He drove more than 10 kilometres before he veered off the road. A snowplow driver found him and alerted the police.

Shazam! and Wow! Fortunately everyone was fine. Here’s the source.

 

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Yes, of course he was drunk. At least this way he has a reason (not an excuse) for fighting over a bottle of Bud … with cops! And he’s 20! Brilliant! Per The Northwest Florida Daily News:

A young man didn’t want to give up his Budweiser Black Crown to an Okaloosa County Sheriff’s deputy and now faces a pair of criminal charges.

The incident that led to the arrest of Travis Michael Abadie, 20, no address listed, took place at the corner of Kelly Street and Third Avenue where deputies encountered a group of young people drinking in the street. When they arrived, the group scattered.

Abadie didn’t run off but continued to walk away from deputies, despite commands to stop. A deputy noted he appeared to be intoxicated.

So cool, just strolling away.  Not like his wimpy friends who probably didn’t get busted.

A deputy tried to take away his beer and Abadie tried to snatch it back, according to the report. The deputy finally got the bottle, but Abadie continued to resist and struggled with deputies until they used a takedown technique to subdue him.

It bears repeating – he fought with the police over a bottle of Bud, which he possessed in violation of the law! Hence the charges:

He was charged with liquor possession by a person under the age of 21 and obstruction without violence. His plea date is Feb. 18.

Here’s the source, including a mug shot of a happy young man.

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“Hey buddy. Sorry to see you stuck in the snow. Would you like some help?” Okay, so that’s not quite how it went down. Per the Paterson Press (via northjersey.com):

In two cases that authorities believe are linked, men offering to help drivers struck in the snow then robbed the stranded motorists at gunpoint early Thursday morning, police said.

That is just cold.

The first incident happened at 1 am on the 400 block of 15th Avenue, said Lt. Bert Ribeiro. A group of five suspects told a man they would help push him out of the snow, but then one of them pulled a gun on him, Ribeiro said. The suspects took the men’s cell phone and tried to drive away in his vehicle, but it was still stuck, so they fled on foot, Ribeiro said.

If you think ditching their vehicle stopped them, think again.

About 15 minutes later, a group of three or four men volunteered to help a man and two women stuck on 700 block of 21st Avenue, Ribeiro said. Again, one of the them brandished a handgun and they took the man’s belongings as well as the women’s purses from inside the vehicle, police said.

In both cases, victims described two of the suspects as skinny and a third as being heavy, police said. “It seems to be the same people,” said Ribeiro.

The perps are still on the lam. Here’s the source.

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No cook likes to be criticized. Some can just brush it off, some get their gun, and … As reported at blog.al.com:

The customer ordered food from Good Friend Chinese and Seafood on Dennison Avenue Southwest Thursday evening, Edwards said. She found some kind of bug or roach in an egg roll and took it back to the restaurant, he said.

The owner and customer argued after the egg roll the customer had put on the counter fell onto the floor. Eventually the customer got her money back and was leaving, and Edwards said the owner grabbed a gun and fired in her direction as she was walking out.

Guess he showed her! And that was – definitely not the end of it.

Chun Hin Ching, 52, is charged with attempted murder and is being held in the Jefferson County Jail on a $100,000 bond, Birmingham Police Department spokesman Lt. Sean Edwards said

Here’s the source, including a photo of Mr. Ching.

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kids%20these%20days.jpg Probably every generation, as they age, at some point says “kids these days!” That day came for a certain New Yorker, as reported by The Bee Newspapers (New York):

A Redleaf Lane resident reported three teenage males were carrying a baseball bat and a golf club. The complainant told police the youths were not “using them for the appropriate sports.”

Hmm.

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Sorry pal. The defense of “I have no idea how those drugs got there!” is not available in this case. Why not? As reported in The West Briton:

When he [Jack Anthony Harvey, 42] was arrested at his home, drugs were found in Harvey’s house, car and taped to his testicles.

Yikes!

In total about 38g of heroin was seized, with a potential value of £3,800, and 26g of “unusually” pure cocaine hydrochloride, which Mr Lee said could have been worth up to £3,000 if it was cut to normal street purity.

In interview, Harvey said he had no recollection of any incident on the A390 and denied being intoxicated.

Mr Lee said: “He made allegations that police had planted the drugs in his car … of the drugs stuck to his testicles [he] denied any knowledge, commenting that some filthy woman must have put it there.”

Good luck with that one. You can read a lot more, and see a photo of Mr. Harvey, here.

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