Snowbody will find me


A Mass­a­chu­setts man really fought for his right to party when he showed up at his neighbor’s front door and asked him to share a shot of vodka – threat­en­ing him with a shot from his rifle if he refused.  Scott Topham was already intox­i­cated when he strolled over and began bang­ing on the door – before forc­ing his way in at gun­point when the vic­tim peeked out. Topham then forced the other man into his kitchen and poured him a glass of vodka, demand­ing that he down it. When the guy balked at drink­ing more, Topham said he “has harmed peo­ple before and he is not afraid to kill someone.“Eventually, the victim’s room­mates showed up and chased Topham back to his own house, where cops arrested him on charges of kid­nap­ping, armed home inva­sion and assault

snow-footprintInves­ti­ga­tors said they responded to a psy­chi­atric facil­ity in Boden on a report of a bur­glary.  The bur­glar made It pretty easy for the offi­cers to find him because they dis­cov­ered a set of foot­prints in the fresh snow lead­ing from the build­ing to a nearby apart­ment. They stopped by the apart­ment and sure enough the shoes of a man inside the apart­ment matched the foot­prints found in the snow. The man was arrested on a bur­glary count.

Cops respond­ing to a call about a dis­tur­bance found Jeremy Ander­son “going bal­lis­tic,” break­ing win­dows and dous­ing him­self in salt and deter­gent. Just in time for Hal­loween, the Okla­homa man took extreme home makeover to a whole new level by cov­er­ing his walls in blood, bleach and other sub­stances, then using the Bible to start a fire and told cops he was “just remod­el­ing.”  As they tried to calm him down, he began throw­ing fur­ni­ture out the win­dow. After Ander­son was taken to a hos­pi­tal, he admit­ted he was “just high.”

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