Thsee alleged attempted robberies took place at two downtown Washington D.C. banks. At the the SunTrust bank, the suspect, whose name was not reported, walked in and gave a teller a note that read “100s 50s 20s 10s.” She handed the note back, and the FBI said the suspect wrote her another not, “all mona.” The teller sent him away. A nearby customer informed the teller that the man was trying to rob the bank. Shortly thereafter, the suspect entered the Bank of America and handed a teller there the same note. The teller there quickly understood what was going on and asked “Oh my God, are we getting robbed?” She alerted security guards at the bank and the man took off. Police caught up with him about three blocks away and charged him with two counts of attempted bank robbery, authorities said. Can’t fault a guy for trying
Police said Delaina Garling, 27, of Upper Darby went to a Family Dollar store with her young daughter and son even though she had been banned for theft. The manager recognized her and started to escort her out, but police said she pulled out her pepper spray and sprayed him and another store employee in the face. The manager wrestled her to the ground. Garling allegedly kept spraying, then handed off the pepper spray to her daughter and told her, “You know what to do baby. Spray it!” The girl obviously had more sense than her mama & didn’t obey. The manager held Garling on the ground until police arrived. She allegedly had a bag of marijuana and eight clonazepam pills, which are used to treat seizures and panic attacks, police said. Garling, whose children were placed in the custody of their father, was charged with simple assault, possession of a controlled substance and related offenses.
A Florida man, whose name was not released, was getting ready for a bit of man-scaping & he thought would be more comfortable if he heated up the shaving cream. So he placed the can directly on the stove burner –one of the things the label warns never to do! And here’s why. The can blew up in his face and he ended up cutting it pretty badly opening up gashes under his eyes bad enough to require a trip to the emergency room! Now I understand why we have those weird warnings on labels