Friday, September 26, 2014

Just When You Thought You Heard It All News (9-27-2014)

If you live in Brooklyn, New York and you haven't been getting your mail this may be why.

A New York City postal carrier is accused of failing to deliver more than 40,000 pieces of mail, some dating to 2005.......

According to a federal court complaint, Joseph Brucato hoarded the mail at his home, car and post office locker. He was arrested Wednesday after a supervisor noticed undelivered mail piled up in Brucato's personal vehicle.

The 67-year-old Brucato was arraigned Wednesday and released on his own recognizance.

Magistrate Vera Scanlon ordered him to "abstain from excessive alcohol consumption."

Sure blame it on the alcohol!

Brucato's attorney says his client suffered from depression.

Step 2. Blame it on depression!

Authorities say about 2,500 pounds of U.S. mail postmarked as far back as 2005 was recovered.

Brucato's route included businesses and residences in Brooklyn's Flatbush section.

It should be a crime to be this lazy, crazy and stupid. Thinking without a brain should be a felony offense!

A man accused of attempting to rob a southern California grocery store apparently cased the joint in the most lazy way possible, on a motorized scooter.

Surveillance video of the Sept. 18 robbery at a Food4Less in Santa Ana, California, allegedly shows the suspect, later identified as Antonio Delgado Juarez tooling around the store on a courtesy scooter for 15 minutes..........

At some point, the suspect decided to end the joyride. He jumped off the scooter, grabbed the store manager in a chokehold and robbed the supermarket.

"He grabs him really hard and puts him in a chokehold and then places whatever object, we can't really see in this video, appears to be something next to his throat," Santa Ana Police Corporal Anthony Bertagna told the station. "The manager believes that he has a weapon and that's why he does what he's told."

Juarez allegedly forced the manager into the front office and demanded his backpack be filled with cash. He also ordered the manager to hand over the car keys to his silver 2001 Toyota Echo.

Juarez drove off, but didn't get too far.

Although he was identified as the scooter-driving suspect on Thursday, he had been arrested on Monday for burglary, battery and possession of burglary tools in an unrelated case. He was charged with commercial robbery and carjacking in connection with the grocery store robbery.

The managers car is still missing. 
I wonder if they checked is pockets. It is a tiny Toyota Echo.

Before you read this story think about 2 things. 1. The truth is stranger than fiction, and  2. If her face is any indication of how........"beefy" the rest of her body is, I totally believe it!

A 19-year-old in Johnson County, North Carolina, is facing felony charges after allegedly leading officers on a chase that reached speeds of upwards of 100 MPH.

Her excuse, according to officers, was simple: Her foot got stuck on the gas pedal.

Sheriff's deputies first spotted Star Shields Williams around 10:30 p.m. last Monday, when she was allegedly speeding in a red Ford Mustang.

The deputy tried to get Williams to pull over, but, instead, the car allegedly spedup while deputies followed it along for a while before Williams finally stopped the car on the side of the road, My Fox 8.

That's when officers say she told them about her stuck foot.

Shields was arrested and charged with felony fleeing to elude arrest, reckless driving, speeding, failure to stop for a light or siren, and driving left of center, according to ABC Chicago 7.

She remains in the Johnson County Jail on $36,000 bond.


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