Monday 2/18


Police in the Cay­man Islands say a woman drove off an intruder by bit­ing him! Police Chief Inspec­tor Robert Scot­land says the woman was home alone when she woke up to find a man stand­ing over her bed. Scot­land said the woman bit the intruder when he put his hand over her mouth. He then fled with one of her teeth imbed­ded in his palm! He said the woman was treated at a hos­pi­tal and that police are still look­ing for the intruder.

chocolate headChoco­late hearts for loved ones on Valentine’s Day are so last year — at least in Japan where one Tokyo design firm offered up its 3D scan­ner to make minia­ture choco­late repli­cas of faces. In a one-off cel­e­bra­tion for Valentine’s Day, KS Design Lab invited peo­ple to be scanned with its 3D body scan­ner to cre­ate sil­i­con moulds in the shape of their heads. Par­tic­i­pants then poured choco­late into them to make mini-me choco­late heads on a stick.

Edwin Velez III, 33, was charged with drunk dri­ving after police found his car crashed into a snow bank on Pine Rock Avenue. The car was empty with the engine running. His wife, April Cas­sidy Velez, 32, drove to Ham­den Police Head­quar­ters to bail out her hus­band after his DUI arrest ear­lier that day. Too bad for April, offi­cers found her pickup truck parked in a snow bank in an area of the park­ing lot marked “Police Vehi­cles Only.” They found empty wine bot­tle and empty beer cans in the truck, as well as a full six-pack of beer rest­ing in the snow in the bed of the pickup.  Need­less to say, they were both charged with dri­ving while intoxicated.

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