Friday, July 10, 2015

Just When You Thought You Heard It All News (7-10-2015)

In Bristow Oklahoma, investigators were working Monday to identify a man with a huge pair who took more than $75,000 from an Oklahoma Walmart after disguising himself as an armored truck driver.........

Hey Allen Iverson is that you?!?!

Bristow Police Chief Wayne Williams said authorities in northeast Oklahoma have received some anonymous tips about the identity of the man whose image was captured by a video surveillance camera.

"We've got some calls out on it, but nothing yet," Williams said. He said officials do not believe the suspect lives in the area.

Authorities say the suspect entered the Walmart store in Bristow about 10:30 a.m. Saturday, walked to the cash office, signed for the deposit and walked out of the store. He drove away in a dark four-door Chevrolet.

"He came to the Walmart kind of dressed like a Loomis armored car driver," 

Kind of?!?? & they kinda got robbed too.

Williams said. Walmart employees called police after the real Loomis employee arrived about 45 minutes later. Bristow is about 35 miles southwest of Tulsa.

A dozing police offer in the Philippines enabled a quintet of prisoners to escape confinement, sources say. The prisoners, locked in the Koronadal City precinct on drug charges, crept through the barred ceiling of their detention room around 3 a.m. as officer Teofilo Toledo (say that 10 times fast), "nodded off".

The prisoners had slowly sawed the iron bars over the course of several months and, once they saw the sleeping cop, crept through. Upon reaching the outside world, the prisoners scattered; none have been tracked down.

Superintendent Jose Briones Jr., the precinct's commanding officer, quickly removed officer Toledo from active duty.

“I have ordered a massive manhunt and I appeal to the relatives of the detainees to help bring them back to detention facility and defend their cases in court,” Briones said.

Why all five prisoners were locked up in the same holding area, in such a small prison, for so long, is unclear. It’s likely a result of the Philippines’ rather unregulated penitentiary system, which suffers from just a tiny bit of corruption...

A  weird woman in Deland, Florida (where else), says she was shot in the leg while sitting at a cafĂ© on Independence Day, but she didn't realize it until doctors found the bullet five days later.

Heather Charlebois said that after days of pain from what she initially thought was a firecracker, she went to the hospital. Doctors told her they found a .38-caliber bullet lodged in her leg. 

Charlebois says she was on the patio of Cafe Da Vinci in DeLand on Saturday night when she felt a pain in her leg. She checked it out in the bathroom, but there was little blood. 

Police say there were no reports of gunfire but believe the bullet might have been fired into the air from some distance away.


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