Tags archives: piper-phynnie


Thursday 3/22

An honest but lazy thief – Authorities called Jay Maytin to inform him that his 13-year-old bike had been left at the Aspen,CO courthouse along with a brief apology reading, “Sorry. I stole this bike. I rode it home. Please give it back — Drunk.” Maytin says he has no interest in pressing charges or finding […]


Wednesday 3/21

What’s the buzzz about? – Tommy and Cristi Hill of Brighton said they left the Chevy at home while they went out to eat and shop Saturday and returned to find bees swarming under the hood and over the windshield of the vehicle.  The Hills said they do not want to kill the bees, so […]


Tuesday 3/20

A mighty Rumble – Lisa Kuss, administrator for Clintonville, a town of about 4,700 people, said residents living within a 6-block radius on the northeast side reported thunder-like noises that caused their homes to shake at about 8:30 p.m. Sunday, peaked between 2 a.m. and 3 a.m. Monday, and continued beyond 7 a.m.  The administrator […]


Monday 3/19

.08 High Five! – A Pennsylvania man is facing a variety of charges after trying to high-five a patrolman — who had just determined the guy was driving with more than twice the legal amount of alcohol in his system. A Pennsylvania cop pulled over Gerald Decker because his lights were not turned on at […]


Friday 3/16

My lucky stars! – Rune Thomassen said he and his family went to their cabin Sunday nearOslo,Norway and immediately saw a hole in the roof.  The family went inside and discovered the culprit was a meteorite that had crashed through the roof at some point during the winter. Knut Jorgen Roed Odegaard, an astrophysicist at […]


Thursday 3/15

I’ll take a slice to go – Florida cops are looking for a cheesy crook who walked into a Papa John’s pizza place, slipped on the store’s mascot uniform and took off wearing it. The teen bandit didn’t make off with any actual edibles, just the costume, which is described as approximately six feet tall, […]


Wednesday 3/14

A place to live – Since the start of the month it has been illegal to die in Falciano del Massico, a village of 3,700 people in southern Italy. Mayor Giulio Cesare Fava issued the tongue-in-cheek decree because the village has no cemetery and it is feuding with a nearby town that has one — […]


Tuesday 3/13

    Acting a bit buggy – Just because they drive buggies instead of cars doesn’t mean Amish kids can’t get into trouble. Four were arrested and charged with illegal possession of alcohol last night after their buggy crashed directly into a police car! At the time, police were responding to a report that people […]