Tuesday 11/13

A Florida woman, whose name was not released, called cops to report a theft, saying that she’d placed about $3000 into a packet of aluminum foil and slipped it in between two trays of biscuits in her oven for safe keeping – but when she returned home, she found that someone had made off with about a third of the stash, then re-arranged the remaining bills carefully. The picky crook also snatched a few items of clothing and three jars of pizza sauce, but for some reason, left a fresh container of salsa near the woman’s front door.

An Indianapolis man was not too happy about a pizza delivery he got –not because it was a bad pizza but because the delivery was made by a drunk who crashed his car into the house.  The unidentified homeowner says that he heard the gunning of a car engine and felt his house shake, then walked to the front of the house to see William Kise sitting in the driver’s seat of his Ford Mustang, crashed through the house, holding a slice of pizza. In an effort to be polite, Kise got out of the car and offered to share his dinner –but the homeowner opted to order up a slice of justice, calling cops to the scene. Kise, who admitted to having five beers before the accident, says that his foot became stuck on the gas pedal as he opened the box to break into the pie. He was charged with DUI and reckless driving.

An Ohio man set a record of sorts when he managed to get arrested twice – at the exact same time. Thanks to Daylight Savings Time, Niles Gammons’ arrest record now includes two entries for different crimes, both dated November 4th at 1:08 a.m. Gammons was initially stopped for driving the wrong way down a one-way street and cited for driving under the influence, after officers noted a strong smell of alcohol and found a small amount of marijuana on him. He was issued a summons and sent on his way, but shortly after clocks were turned back, he was clocked again – this time for backing his car into a police cruiser.

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