Tuesday 10/23


A Penn­syl­va­nia man whose motor home was dam­aged by a rock-throwing van­dal told police he believes Big­foot is behind the crime.Pennsylvania State Police released a com­plaint say­ing John Reed, 39, of Lykens, also a mem­ber of the Lykens Val­ley Sasquatch Hunters, told troop­ers he caught a glimpse of the late-night van­dal and believes the per­pe­tra­tor to be Big­foot. “It wasn’t a per­son. I didn’t see any clothes or coat or any­thing like that, I don’t think it was a bear. It didn’t move like a bear.” Dauphin County Dis­trict Attor­ney Edward Mar­sico Jr. said his office would pros­e­cute the Sasquatch if it is cap­tured by author­i­ties. “We have been search­ing for him for years,” Mar­sico said with a laugh. “We would be glad to pros­e­cute, assum­ing the elu­sive thing is captured.”

A Penn­syl­va­nia man proved he wasn’t the sharpest tool after he went after his house­mate with a chainsaw.76-year-old Guy Allen allegedly cut through the door of the home he shared with Ronald Lee Tan­ner, and then began swing­ing the chain­saw at Tan­ner. Accord­ing to police, Black was upset that Tan­ner had changed the locks on the house. Luck­ily, the saw got stuck on Tanner’s shirt and jammed, allow­ing him to fight back and pin Black down with an umbrella. Tan­ner escaped with­out injuries. Allen got a one-way trip to jail, where he is being held on $100,000 bail.

20-year-old Alexan­drea McArthur of Florida was work­ing at the Pierc­ing Pagoda when she hatched the bril­liant plan to swipe some of the store’s jew­elry, walk it down to another jew­elry store in the same mall, and sell it. Both stores thought some­thing seemed a lit­tle fishy, so they con­tacted secu­rity, who was prob­a­bly shocked to actu­ally have some­thing to do, and foiled her plan. Cops were called in and McArthur was arrested for deal­ing stolen goods.

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