Friday 8/24


Seventy-two-year-old Har­riet Sweger says she was first robbed by a woman who bumped into her and grabbed her check­book at a gro­cery store. The PA woman says she was dri­ving to a police sta­tion when she stopped to ask for direc­tions and had a man reach into her car and grab her purse!

A Wis­con­sin woman who’d had enough of her hus­band decided to turn him in – on charges of aggra­vated aggra­vat­ing. The woman, whose name was not released, pulled into the park­ing lot of a local police sta­tion after being fol­lowed by a patrol car for sev­eral blocks. She told the offi­cer that she was plan­ning to head to the sta­tion any­way because she’d just picked up her hus­band and was annoyed at him for swear­ing and “talk­ing stu­pidly.” While that’s not offi­cially a crime in the state, cops did run John­nie Bolds’ name through the sys­tem and found two war­rants – enough to arrest him.

The Beaver County, PA state police say 31 year old Jen­nifer Brown took some bed clothes, an alarm clock, cof­fee pot, bas­ket and a hair dryer — worth a total of $206 — from the Hol­i­day Inn in Big Beaver. They found Brown in another hotel nearby and when ques­tioned she claimed her twin sis­ter had taken the items and claimed her sis­ter had just returned the items, which police found in the other hotel room. Police say rel­a­tives con­firmed she doesn’t have a twin. Brown doesn’t have an attorney.

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