"POLITE" BURGLAR BROKE INTO THE WRONG HOUSE
A woman in Vineland, New Jersey found an intruder in her
home and was shocked to hear the burglar tell her that he had "meant to
break into" a different house.
She returned home and found the man had cut through the
screen of a back door. When they confronted each other, he told her he was
"looking for a guy named Greg."
She told him she lived at house number 1022 and that the man
he was looking for lived at 1021.
That's when the burglar told her: "I'm so sorry. I
meant to break into 1021."
The guy even offered to repair the screen but she said
"no" and asked him to leave.
Police were looking for the "nice" man.
HE FOUND AND RETURNED $17,000... THEN GOT FINED $500
An Illinois man who "found" $17,000 near an ATM
machine was fined $500 after returning the cash.
He found the bundle of cash near an ATM machine by a
Walgreens store, but he lied and told cops he found it outside of a newspaper
Cops reviewed video tape and caught him in the lie. He was
fined $500 for filing a false police report.
There is no word on why he lied.
One Home, 15 Skunks
HUDSON, FLA. — Five years ago Don and Brenda Hoch took home
a skunk after seeing it by chance in a pet store
The Hudson, Fla., couple found they had a way with the
animals, and now the Hochs share their home with not one, but 15 skunks.
Their original pet skunk, Spike, shares his permanent home
with fourteen others the couple are fostering for Florida Skunk Rescue.
Eventually the skunks will move to permanent homes.
"A lot of our rescues are skunks that needed someone to
work with them because they were neglected in the home they came from and
consequently became biters," Brenda Hoch said. "We've worked with
them and have gotten them to become friendly again."
Fortunately, the Hochs don't live with a constant fear
of being sprayed. The skunks are de-scented at a young age, around two to three