ONE MAN, A STOLEN TRUCK, A DEAD GATOR AND A GUN
A guy in Canal Point, FL got caught in a stolen truck, with
a stolen gun, and a dead alligator in the back... and he had an explanation for
all of it.
A wildlife cop rolled up on him with a dead alligator
wrapped in a plastic bag in the backseat of "his" truck. He said he
found it on the side of the road.
When the wildlife cop asked about the bullet hole in the
gator the genius said the gun that killed it was in his truck. It turns out the
gun was stolen but he said he got it from a guy named "Bo".
Whoops... the truck was stolen too, but he said he got it
from a "blue eyed Cuban."
He was arrested for grand theft and more. It's certainly not
his first....he's been arrested 8 times since 2004.
School Employees Attempt to Poison Co-Worker
STANLY COUNTY, N.C. – Police say two South Stanly High
School employees tried to poison a coworker.
Eileen Hallamore, 64, and Angela Johnson, 38, are charged
with distributing food containing poison.
Hallamore and Johnson were arrested Tuesday.
Police say the women tried to poison the victim by putting
something in her tea.
Hallamore and Johnson are both out on bond and scheduled to
appear in court on April 25, 2011.
(GENIUS, IN ACTION)... HE DROVE 3 MILES IN REVERSE, FOR
A man in Glendale, California drove down a street in
reverse... for 3 miles.
The 49-year-old was driving his 1993 Mazda in reverse at
about 30 mph. An off-duty police officer saw him with his right arm on the
passenger seat and his head turned as he drove in reverse.
The guy wasn't under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
But he caused $4,000 in damage when he drove his car onto a