This script is the bomb! - Cops gave an aspiring screenwriter two thumbs-down on his latest script — in fact, they said they thought it was a bomb! That’s because the man left the screenplay behind — in a locked briefcase — after trying to pitch it to a talent agency and they said no. The bomb squad arrived about 90 minutes after the man left the area and detonated the briefcase, which contained the script and the man’s laptop. He was detained briefly but not charged.
Interview with a vampire is alive and well in TX - AGalveston,Texas, man Lyle Monroe Bensley, 19, was arrested on charges of burglary with intent to commit assault after forcing his way into a woman’s apartment Saturday. Bensley groaned and hissed at the woman while biting and hitting her in her bed, and then hauled her out of her apartment before she freed herself, police say. The woman ran to a parking lot and jumped into a car being driven by a neighbor. Bensley banged on the car window briefly before it sped away. Galveston Officer Daniel Erickson told the Houston Chronicle Bensley said, “I’m a vampire and I’ve been alive for over 500 years,” “He was begging us to restrain him because he didn’t want to kill us,” Erickson said. “He said he needed to feed. “Erickson said Bensley did not appear to be under the influence of drugs.
Crack is Whack, even if it’s fake - Police inNorth Carolina said they arrested a man who allegedly packaged rocks of soap to resemble crack cocaine. Gastonia police said Victor White, 51, was confronted by an officer who saw him leave an open container of alcohol on a sidewalk and the officer noticed White had also dropped a plastic bag filled with white rocks. “Mr. White told me that it was soap and not crack cocaine and that he had thrown it down when he saw me approaching, “White was arrested on a charge of possession with intent to sell and deliver a counterfeit controlled substance.