Thursday 5/17

Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio clip. Download the latest version here. You also need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser.

A pair of Colorado moms will face harassment charges after attempting to clean up dirty dancing at a high school prom.  Jennifer Farmer and Hannah Rockey — who took their chaperone duties so seriously they were both dressed in military fatigues — did not like the bumping and grinding on the dance floor, so they decided to shake some cans of their own and began spraying couples with disinfectant, which some teens claim got into their eyes!  

Seattle police are scratching their heads about this one .A car prowler shattered a window of a parked Jeep, stole nothing and left behind a little something for the car’s owner — a dozen tortillas scattered across the floor. Bemused by the break-in, police were moved to pun, saying, “The Seattle Police Department would
like to take this opportunity to remind car prowlers that you shouldn’t break in to something that’s nachos.”

A 75-year-old man and his wife reported their home had been burglarized early Saturday. The husband says he was woken up by a light in his office, and found a man who was looking through a desk. The suspect punched the man and fled on foot!  Police in Orem,UT say they tracked a USB drive left behind at burglarized home when Dallas Naljahih left in a mad rush. They say the computer hard drive contained his homework and was in a backpack abandoned in the backyard. Police say thatDallaswas found asleep at his house along with evidence connecting him with the burglary.

Unknown source