Mammas boy


Mary­land man Ryan Trem­bly put his fin­ger under his shirt in an attempt to mimic a gun at a beauty mom tattoosalon but the recep­tion­ist wasn’t buy­ing it and gave him the boot. Trem­bly left and went into a neigh­bor­ing busi­ness to use the phone to call mom and arrange a ride home. The recep­tion­ist noted the license num­ber of the car that picked him up – and cops traced it to his mom’s house, where he was arrested.

Per­haps the most incred­i­ble result to come from a par­ent mon­i­tor­ing her child’s Face­book page: A Salt Lake mom inter­cepted a plan where two teens were allegedly going to shoot her son! The mom called the police offi­cer who serves as resource offi­cer at West High School and told him about the posts.  The detec­tive says there was also a pic­ture of a gun posted to Insta­gram, and the hand hold­ing it had gang-affiliated let­ters writ­ten on it. Police offi­cers searched the school and the sur­round­ing area around 2pm, and found the teens who allegedly made the threats in a car parked nearby—along with,
allegedly, the pic­tured gun, ammo, drugs, and lots of money. Police believe the boys, ages 16 and 17, were wait­ing there in order to con­front their intended tar­get after school.  They were booked on var­i­ous charges; the inci­dent is sus­pected to be gang-related.

Cops in a west­ern Cana­dian town are hop­ing to sock it to a per­vert who’s been ran­domly flag­ging down female motorists to inform them that he was in pos­ses­sion of panty­hose. The man, described as hav­ing light hair and wear­ing a dark coat, didn’t make any threats, but insisted on engag­ing at least two women in con­ver­sa­tion about the leg wear before they sped off to con­tact author­i­ties. He also offered to sell some hose to one of the gals.

 

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