Authorities in......Florida. Where else, say a man and woman left the woman's name and telephone number in the guestbook of a South Florida art gallery before stealing about $6,000 worth of jewelry. All of the nut balls seem to live in Florida.
Palm Beach police say 24-year-old Megan Ohara and 19-year-old David Ziskowski took a bracelet and a ring Sunday from the Attila JK exhibition at the ICFA Gallery. They were spotted a short time later at a nearby grocery, and police reported finding the jewelry in the woman's purse.
Officers found multiple fake email addresses and at least one obscene drawing in the gallery's guestbook. But they still used their real names. Two of the fake emails included the name "Meg" and one included Ohara's actual phone number.
Ohara and Ziskowski were arrested and charged with grand theft. Jail records didn't list attorneys.
In Texas, A suburban Houston school district police officer and foot freak who pulled over a female motorist and then asked to lick her feet has been sentenced to 1 year in jail. I'm sure he'll find an all you can lick foot buffet in there, 1, 2, 3, ewwwwww!
Patrick Quinn, a 27-year-old former Cypress-Fairbanks school district police officer, pleaded guilty to official oppression. He was sentenced on Wednesday in Houston.
According to court documents, Quinn stopped the woman in August 2014 and found marijuana paraphernalia but told her he had a foot fetish and would release her if she let him lick her feet or give him her underwear. Investigators say he then changed his mind and let her go.
This boy took the high road and taught a bully a lesson with love.
Nicolas Neesley, an 8-year-old who goes to Jennings Elementary School in Quincy, Michigan, saw a friend being picked on and pushed around on the playground by a fifth-grader. While attempting to diffuse the situation, Nicolas was spit on, his mother, Shamayne Neesley said.
Rather than respond with anger, the third-grader wrote a note addressed to the school earlier this month, offering an alternative to bullying.
He's sounds like a really nice boy. But being spit on is the most vile assault there is. I'm not sure if I'd give my third grader that advise.
In addition to offering his friendship in the letter, he promised to be respectful, responsible and caring to the bullies. He ended the note with a plea to "stop the bullying."
"I think we need to put a stop to bullying, because it happens to like five kids every week," Nicolas told the Daily Reporter. "Every time I see someone get bullied, I break it up."
Good idea...in theory.