The Bic Mac Attack


Geor­gia Cops responded to the sound of screech­ing tires and a screech­ing woman and found Armando Luper­cio pulling his truck away from a tree he’d crashed into, and dri­ving straight into the side of the restau­rant. As the offi­cer watched from his cruiser, the 19-year-old drove around the build­ing and slammed into it again, then backed up to give it a third whack. After watch­ing a fourth col­li­sion, the offi­cer got out of his car and drew his weapon to coax Luper­cio out – only to have him stag­ger over drunk­enly and insist the gas pedal was to blame. He was booked on a num­ber of charges, includ­ing DUI, crim­i­nal dam­age and aggra­vated assault

Big macCleveland-area man Ran­dall Miller was dri­ving reck­lessly as he pulled out of the Mickey D’s park­ing lot, lead­ing wit­nesses to call cops, who tried to pull him over, only to have him floor it and speed away. When an offi­cer finally did man­age to flag Miller down, he noticed the 31-year-old appeared intox­i­cated – a sus­pi­cion that was con­firmed when he said he was “too drunk and he just wanted to eat his Big Mac before he stopped.” Miller’s blood alco­hol con­tent reg­is­tered three times the legal limit, lead­ing to charges of drunk dri­ving and flee­ing an officer.

Jamese Queen, accord­ing to county police, not only robbed the same Glen Burnie bank twice last month — she went to the same teller!  Queen, wear­ing her hair in braids pulled back under­neath a green base­ball cap, walked up to the teller and with “scaly hands” and dis­played a note demand­ing money. Police said that teller’s descrip­tion of the robber’s scaly hands and another employee’s deci­sion to fol­low Queen’s car after a failed third rob­bery attempt helped make an arrest. Maybe nest time she’ll wear gloves?

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