Just When You Thought You Heard It All News (5-30-2015)1
A clerk at a Branch Township, Michigan, gas station called police on Saturday when a woman who thought she received too few sprinkles on her ice cream had a meltdown.
I guess she wanted more sprinkles because she was already nuts!..........
The customer and a male companion visited the gas station convenience store around 8:16 p.m. to purchase the frozen dairy treat. But when the clerk handed the customer her dessert, she became furious.
"The clerk called police because the customer was upset because she didn't have enough sprinkles," Mason County sheriff Kim Cole said.
The rocky road hit a low when the woman reportedly took a swing at her friend, who tried to calm her down. The customer and her companion fled the scene -- possibly with the ice cream -- before police could arrive.
Is thorough ice cream sprinkle coverage too much to ask? Ithink not.
Say it with me on a count of 3.
1, 2, 3, PLEASE DON'T BE BLACK!!!!!
Again, PLEASE DON'T BE BLACK!!!!!
A beef over barbecue ribs led to a one woman stabbing another woman in the eye with a fork.
Hmmm, I wonder if it was a plastic fork.
Sabrina A. Davis (sounds like a black name), 45, was arrested Sunday night after allegedly stabbing anotherwoman who complained that Davis had taken the very last rib.
Witnesses told police that the victim was the daughter of the woman throwing the party. The victim allegedly confronted Davis about taking so much food from the house.
Rumor is, everyone was allowed just 1 rib.
Davis allegedly responded by plunging a serving fork into the woman's eye, which caused at least two small lacerations on the left eye, according to the Indianapolis Star. The victim's eyes were “swollen and bloodshot.”
The suspect told police she acted in self defense because the hostess was waving a knife in her face, according to the Metro.
Davis has been charged with criminal recklessness. She remains in the Delaware County jail on $5,000 bond.
She has previously been convicted of theft and conversion, according to the Muncie StarPress.
A Florida man arrested for public intoxication didn't need a designated driver. All he needed was a pair of pants!
Robert Allen Sweeney, 56, was arrested Wednesday night after officers in Boynton Beach noticed two things: He was carrying a an open 24-ounce can of Bud Light, and he was wearing nothing but a t-shirt and sneakers. NOPE! He wasn't wearing pants.
Officers said Sweeney appeared intoxicated, according to the Florida Sun-Sentinel.
Sweeney seemed surprised that officers were so interested in his sartorial selections or lack thereof, based on his alleged comments in a police report.
“What’s wrong, officer? I live right there, and I was going to get some pants right now," Sweeney allegedly said. "I was coming home from the beach and I realized I had lost my pants over there. So I was coming home to get a fresh pair.”
Oh, he had just come from the beach. I guess that explained the shrinkage.
There is no record of what Sweeney did to have the pants come off in the first place.
Sweeney was taken to the Palm Neach County Jail and charged with indecent exposure and an open container violation.
He was released Thursday on his own recognizance, and there is no word on whether he found his pants.