Lady unintentionally plays in mud


 stuck_in_mud_2_004Police in Canada said they res­cued San­dra Van Alstyne, 64 an Ontario woman who walked into a mud hole while walk­ing her dog and ended up stuck for nearly 12 hours. Hal­ibur­ton High­lands police said she was taken to a hos­pi­tal as a pre­cau­tion, police said.“Van Alstyne’s dog Monte remained by her side for almost 12 hours while she remained stuck and unable to free her­self,” police Con­sta­ble Paul Pot­ter said.

Police said an offi­cer patrolling High­way 61 Fri­day night spot­ted a sport util­ity vehi­cle bear­ing license plates reg­is­tered to a dif­fer­ent vehi­cle, and a com­puter check found the owner of the vehi­cle, Daniel Buck of O’Fallon, had his license revoked and had sev­eral active war­rants for his arrest. The dri­ver of the truck sped up when he spot­ted police fol­low­ing him and drove onto another road while trav­el­ing at a top speed of 80 mph, police said .Police said Buck drove through a front yard and nearly struck a util­ity pole before his truck was dis­abled with stop strips. He attempted to flee on foot but was caught by offi­cers. The sus­pect allegedly told police he fled because he knew he had nine war­rants for fail­ure to appear in court on var­i­ous charges, and he did not want to go to jail because he was sup­posed to take his girl­friend to prom Sat­ur­day night.It was unclear whether Buck was able to post $15,000 cash bond in time to attend the prom.

A Florida man ended up get­ting grilled by cops after he repeat­edly called them to ask that they grill up and deliver him some burg­ers  along with side orders of Kool-Aid and mar­i­juana. Jarvis Sut­ton called 911 nearly 80 times with his order, but couldn’t find any first-responders will­ing to fill it. After a few hours of non-stop calls, they did send over a patrol car to arrange for a dif­fer­ent sort of deliv­ery – namely, tak­ing Sut­ton to jail on charges of abus­ing the 911 sys­tem. To prove that he really did need the burg­ers, Sut­ton treated him­self to a snack on the way to the lockup – he chewed through and ate the foam sur­round­ing the metal caging in the back of the patrol car.

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