Monday 6/11


 

An Ore­gon woman with a whole lot of rela­tion­ship bag­gage was busted for tres­pass­ing.  Cops searched Cur­tis Lowe’s apart­ment on a top that he had kid­napped a woman, and found Kola McGrath inside an over­sized pink bag — but it turns out she had climbed in vol­un­tar­ily. McGrath had been banned from access­ing the apart­ment com­plex because of an inci­dent in which she broke a fire extin­guisher case dur­ing an argu­ment. The building’s own­ers decided they wanted to press charges, and she was booked for trespassing.

 Ray­mond Kulma was rolling errat­i­cally down the side of a road nearU­tica when a cop pulled him over for ques­tion­ing — and found his blood alco­hol level to be more than three times the legal limit. His rap sheet includes seven pre­vi­ous busts for drunk dri­ving — none, as far as the record shows, in a wheel­chair. The deputy also found that Kulma wasn’t the right­ful owner of the chair, which belonged to another res­i­dent of the assisted liv­ing com­plex he lives in. Kulma, who hasn’t had a valid license for 19 years, was charged with theft and drunk driving.

Decatur police said the 54-year-old sus­pect, whose name was not released, was caught try­ing to steal items from a Kroger store and police dis­cov­ered the man’s vehi­cle con­tained pack­ages of Angus top sir­loin and Angus Lon­don broil meat that had ear­lier been taken from another Kroger store.  A review of sur­veil­lance tapes from the store revealed the man had taken the meat by shov­ing two pack­ages down his pants and return­ing five min­utes later to shove another two pack­ages down. Police said they also dis­cov­ered the car  the man was using had been reported stolen.

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