Man just wanted "clothes and food, bro"

According to Pierce County Superior Court documents, officers responded to the St. Vincent De Paul thrift store and found Michael Howell man with stuffed toyhiding inside a box of stuffed animals in the yard outside the store. The 29-year-old reportedly told officers that he had smoked meth and then jumped in the box after he got spooked by the burglar alarm. “I came here for clothes and food, bro,” Howell told police, KOMO reported. Howell was charged with burglary and unlawful possession of a controlled substance.

Charles Mack, 23, was spotted walking down the street naked after stripping at a pizza joint in Arlington, Virginia. It should be mentioned that he had been on a bar crawl which he hit 14 bars – presumable with his clothes on. When police tried to arrest him, Mack got into his car and drove off. He struck three vehicles before police restrained him with a Taser. Mack was charged with indecent exposure, driving while intoxicated, disregarding police demands, three counts of hit and run and one count of possession of narcotics. And Mack spent his birthday on Sunday in jail.

James Wertz, 28, was arrested in connection to an incident that started over an argument about women’s rights with his girlfriend, Dana Jongeward at their Boynton Beach home. At one point, tempers flared and Wertz yelled that “it was a man’s world!” While Jongeward hid in her bedroom to get away from Wertz, she claims one of her two pet rabbits screamed. Jongeward came out and allegedly saw Wertz punching and choking one of her rabbits, a 9-month-old named “Bun Bun.” Wertz eventually left their home, allowing Jongeward to call1 911. Officers searched the area and eventually arrested Wertz for one count of animal cruelty and one count of domestic battery, WPTV reports.

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