Flame thrower or bug spray?


Orlando Police say a man was liv­ing in deplorable con­di­tions with trash all over the apart­ment, which Roacheswould explain the infes­ta­tion of insects. It would also explain why his apart­ment was so flam­ma­ble. Appar­ently the man didn’t have a news­pa­per handy and tried to set the bugs on fire which ulti­mately set the apart­ment on fire instead.  The man was treated at a hos­pi­tal for smoke inhala­tion. No crim­i­nal charges have been filed, although police filled out paper­work to have him hos­pi­tal­ized because he is “a dan­ger to him­self and others.”

A Min­nesota 911 dis­patcher received a call and over­heard Todd Weiss and Justin Evans hav­ing a dis­cus­sion about how they were going to rod an auto repair shop. The dis­patcher imme­di­ately traced the loca­tion of the call and sent police to the shop. When they arrived, they saw them two men walk­ing out of the shop with a TV and a box. After a short chase, the dumb crooks were caught and arrested on bur­glary charges.

Ore­gon man Nathaniel Mirelez had been busted for theft and released from the police sta­tion but was ordered to leave his skate­board behind as evi­dence. Mirelez began to regret agree­ing to that stip­u­la­tion and returned to the precinct to retrieve it – in the mid­dle of the night. A sur­veil­lance cam­era cap­tured Mirelez approach­ing the front door of the sta­tion and try­ing to pick the lock, then pull the han­dle force­fully – until it broke off and sent him fly­ing back­ward onto the side­walk. He was taken into cus­tody the next day on attempted bur­glary charges.

 

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