British man Stan Worby, 39, who was dubbed the “Bradford Batman” when he dressed as the super hero in February to bring friend Daniel Frayne, 27, to the police station to turn himself in on an outstanding warrant, was arrested alongside Frayne and charged with burglary. Police said Worby and Frayne were pulled over around 4 a.m. Sunday and arrested on allegations of burglarizing $1,179 worth of power tools from a Bradford garage. The two are scheduled to appear in court April 26. No word on if Batman will be there to defend Worby’s honor.
Anthony Reynolds admitted to a court he was a passenger in a stolen BMW when it pulled up behind a 2008 Porsche 911 Turbo in Newark. Reynolds exited the car, displayed a .38-caliber handgun to the driver of the Porsche and ordered him to exit the vehicle.The driver fled on foot and flagged down a passing police officer.Reynold’s accomplice drove off in the BMW and Reynolds attempted to drive away in the Porsche, but he never learned how to drive a manual 6 speed. The car stalled out and Reynolds attempted to flee on foot, but was caught by police.
Michael Hubbard was passing through the screening process into a Honolulu courtroom and the screeners noticed something moving in his bag as it passed through the X-ray. Guards asked him to open the bag so they could examine the contents but he refused. So they told him he would have to leave immediately. Escorted by officers on his way out, he yelled, “There’s a live duck in there!” The guards took a peek and, sure enough, there was the duck — and 2 bottles of beer. Hubbard, who has two assault cases pending, eventually left the duck with deputies to make his appointment inside, the Associated Press wrote. No word on what happened to the beer. Or the duck for that matter!