Thursday 6/28


A Phoenix teenager babysit­ting his sib­lings shot and crit­i­cally wounded a home intruder, police said. The uniden­ti­fied 14-year-old boy was in charge of his younger sib­lings, 8, 10, and 12 years old, when first a strange woman, then a man pounded on the door of the home. He raced upstairs to retrieve his father’s hand­gun when the man broke through the door and pointed a gun at the teen, who in turn shot the sus­pect in the chest, accord­ing to author­i­ties. The boy then called his par­ents and ran to a neighbor’s house with the other children.The sus­pect is expected to recover, and will be booked into jail when he’s released from the hospital,

 

Be care­ful where you fart: A New Jer­sey man is accused of threat­en­ing his neigh­bor with a gun after hear­ing the neigh­bor pass gas out­side his apart­ment door. Daniel Collins Jr., 72, allegedly pointed a 32-caliber revolver at the neigh­bor and said, “I’m going to put a hole in your head,” My Fox NY reports. He was sub­se­quently arrested and now faces numer­ous charges includ­ing aggra­vated assault. Not sur­pris­ingly, the men were sup­pos­edly involved in an ongo­ing dis­agree­ment about noise.

 

A Min­nesota man is in cus­tody after call­ing in sick to his office – only to be found drunk and blood­ied in some­one else’s! Cops fol­lowed a trail of blood to a tele­mar­ket­ing com­pany con­fer­ence room, where they found Michael Charles Mitty inco­her­ent and spat­tered with his own blood — with junk food wrap­pers strewn around him. Mitty explained that he’d taken the day off in order to stay home, play video games and drink, a plan he fol­lowed until he got bored and decided to take a drive. After a short spell on the road, he real­ized how wasted he was and pulled over, then decided to break into a nearby office build­ing to get some snacks from a vend­ing machine — which he smashed open, cut­ting him­self badly. Police hauled him away, and he now faces felony bur­glary charges.

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