Wednesday 2/1

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Not the snake charmer she thought she was – Madisons police said the 31-year-old woman was attending a book club meeting and decided to take Annie, a 12-year-old ball python measuring about 4 feet long, out of its terrarium. She apparently had prior experience handling snakes and had no reason to believe she was putting herself in danger.  “However, the non-venomous snake bit into the woman’s right cheek and refused to disengage until the owner was able to remove it! The women ended up with no scars and no lasting emotional trauma.”

Murse – A woman toldBoynton Beach police she was using the restroom at Two Georges restaurant and a woman reached over from the next stall and grabbed her purse from the back of the toilet!  Police said the purse contained a cell phone, $500 cash, a $2,000 check, check books and credit cards. Investigators said a man and a woman were seen fleeing the area on bicycles and a man was later apprehended when he was found to be in possession of the stolen now man-purse.

What do you do with a drunken Sailor? – Drunken Sailor Dalton Pierson left a friend’sBremerton,WA apartment early Sunday after consuming a good amount of alcohol and walked into an apartment and urinated on the floor.  Turns out it wasn’t his apartment and 81 year old Evelyn Whitney said she was awakened by Pierson climbing into bed with her. Her son heard her screaming and he dialed 911. Deputies said they arrived and awoke Pierson to find he was “visibly intoxicated” and didn’t realize he was in the wrong apartment. Pierson was released to his friends.

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