Thursday 1/10

Randy Nemirsky a Cana­dian man is feel­ing down in the dumps. Just two months after installing a new out­house, it dis­ap­peared, aside from a few boards and the hole in the ground. He says, “How low can you go, to steal another man’s privy?” Neminsky is offer­ing a $500 reward for the return of the outhouse.

Velma Kellen, 73, of Yelm, WA said she called a repair­man to deter­mine why her new fur­nace wasn’t heat­ing her home.  The repair­man said, “I’ve got good news and bad news. I’ve got your ducts fixed, but somebody’s been liv­ing under your house.”  He dis­cov­ered sev­eral empty beer cans and liquor bot­tles under­neath the house. “They cut the duct so that the warm air was blow­ing down on them,” Kellen said she sus­pects the intruder was the source of mar­i­juana smoke she often detected in her home. 

Uh Huh.
She said she does not know how long the mys­tery per­son was squat­ting beneath her floor . Police were notified.

 Austin Lee Presler broke the front win­dow of a store to get inside in the wee hours of the morn­ing, and stole a quan­tity of beer, cig­a­rettes and junk food – one bag of which broke open, leav­ing a trail of chee­tos out the door. A sur­veil­lance video showed a white car leav­ing the scene, and when cops went in search of the vehi­cle, they found one out­side Presler’s house – along with another trail of Chee­tos on the front porch. Presler was found inside the home with the stolen items and orange fin­gers. He was taken into cus­tody and charged with 2nd degree burglary.

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