Tuesday 3/13


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Acting a bit buggy – Just because they drive buggies instead of cars doesn’t mean Amish kids can’t get into trouble. Four were arrested and charged with illegal possession of alcohol last night after their buggy crashed directly into a police car! At the time, police were responding to a report that people were drinking in a few buggies on a country road in western New York.  And it sounds like quite the crash: One of the buggies changed lanes as police approached, and smacked into the cruiser … then flipped on its side. One of the buggy occupants experienced minor injuries. The most amusing line of the article: “Police say several other buggies fled the scene.”

That’s not my name – Steven Mulhall was in court to make a probation appearance on a previous charge when he saw a brass name plate belonging to a circuit court judge and couldn’t resist stealing it. He might’ve gotten away with the theft had he not immediately posted a smirking photo on Facebook. Judge Michael Orlando called Mulhall “an idiot.” He violated the terms of his parole by stealing, from a judge he appeared before, no less. He’s got multiple convictions for petty theft, so now this is a felony.”

In Deep Ship – Marilyn Howell packed up a nice care package full of batches of prescription drugs & psychedelic mushrooms to ship off to her daughter in CO. Just to be safe, she used a fake return address — but neglected to put on the proper postage, thus getting the package returned to the unsuspecting folks at that address.  When that person opened the surprise package, he turned it over to cops, who launched an investigation that led to Howell — who had a house full of mind-altering substances.

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