(HYPOCRITE?)...ANIMAL CONTROL COMMISSIONER WAS KEEPING
HUNDREDS OF CATS IN HER HOME
An Animal Control commissioner was keeping more than 384
cats in her home.
For the past 18 years, the woman operated an animal rescue
in the city of Ridgecrest, California. But she was violating the city's rules
of having eight animals maximum in a household.
She went to court to try to keep 350 cats, five dogs and
eight hooved animals, but the county said no. It then sent Animal Control to
inspect her home and found offensive odors, minor illness and no quarantine
area to separate sick cats.
The county decided the woman can only have a maximum of 30
cats in an outdoor facility, 10 as personal pets in her home and five horses
and five dogs outside.
YOUNG FELLA CRASHES VAN, GOING TO BUY FOOD.... HE'S 6
A 6-year-old boy in Klamath Falls, Oregon took his mom’s
minivan because he was hungry and wanted to go buy food.
He ended up crashing it into a truck.
The boy crashed into several mailboxes and then swerved into
an opposite lane before hitting the pickup.
He wasn’t injured, and the woman driving the truck suffered minor
The boy told cops he had taken a roll of pennies from his
family's apartment to get some food.
The crash is under investigation.
CRIMINAL MASTERMIND TRIES BURGLARY YARDS AWAY FROM POLICE
A man in Oklahoma City was busted trying to burglarize a
business just yards from a police station.
A cop noticed that a fence at the storage business near the
police station was open, and a number of TVs were strung about the property and
storage units were broken into.
Cops found a 34-year-old man hiding in a wooded area. He
admitted that he broke into the storage building and tried to steal several