Losing his religion

CHURCH TRUCKGod is watching this one for sure! A New Mexico man made a lot of folks cross earlier this week when he decided to take robbing a church to a new level and drove off with the entire church attached to his truck!  The man, who’s still at large, parked in front of New City Church, an Albuquerque institution that’s housed in a small trailer, hitched it to his vehicle and sped off the lot where the pastor had been storing it. Reverend Nate Bush says that the trailer housed microphones, musical instruments and religious gear – as well as a few dozen toys he’d been collecting for the annual Christmas drive.  

Two women flagged down a cop to report that Shawn Harvell came up to them with his pants unzipped and pretended to be a “helicopter.”When he saw cops, Harvell tried to walk away then insisted he did nothing illegal but merely tried to discuss a financial dispute with the women. He was cuffed and charged with public indecency, resisting law enforcement and criminal confinement – because he grabbed the woman by the arm during the incident.

The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office said Eric Willard, 23, attempted to break into a Publix supermarket in Ormond Beach after he and his mother were ejected from a local bar for arguing loudly. Willard, who was earlier given a trespass warning when he tried to return to the bar was unable to force his way into the Publix store, so he climbed onto the roof of the neighboring Bealls Outlet and attempted to enter the building through an air conditioning conduit and ended up falling through the ceiling of the store.  Willard exited the store without taking anything, the sheriff’s office said.  The deputy who issued Willard the trespass warning at the bar recognized his image in surveillance videos taken by cameras at the
Publix and Bealls Outlet and the suspect was soon arrested, officials said.

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