B) NFL still has not reached a deal with the regular referees. More mistakes were made around the league yesterday including the Redskins-Bengals game. For example, the Redskins were penalized 20 yards instead of 15 for unsportsmanlike conduct in the final seconds of their 38-31 loss.
C) Police say a couple from Washington state stole a rare coin collection worth $100,000 and then spent the coins at face-value on a movie and pizza. The collection included a quarter that's estimated to be worth thousands of dollars.
September 17, 2012
A) Last night, the Redskins had a chance at a game-tying field goal. But things went downhill when a Rams player pushed Redskins receiver Josh Morgan. Morgan retaliated by chucking the football at him. The 'Skins were penalized 15 yards and the field goal was short.
B) On September 11th, most media organizations cut away from regular programming to honor a moment of silence. But not NBC. They skipped the moment to air an interview with Kris Jenner, from the reality show "Keeping Up with the Kardashians."
C) A Florida teenager broke into a home to steal fishing rods, a guitar, and six harmonicas. But he got a little hungry so he went ahead and made himself an Eggo waffle with Aunt Jemima syrup drizzled on top! The 16-year-old was arrested and charged with burglary.
September 10, 2012
A) A 47-year-old man in Washington state accidentally called 911 last week. The only problem? It happened while he was stealing a car...and drunk. He got away from police that night...but they caught up with the man after his phone accidentally called 911 again the next morning.
B) A 14-year-old was arrested at a Florida Walmart for shoplifting...but it turns out the cop who 'arrested' him was actually his 17-year-old friend. After flashing a fake badge, police say he cuffed his friend and the duo made off with stolen merchandise. Store employees caught on and called the REAL police when they saw him uncuff his friend in the parking lot. The two were arrested later.
C) A New York man tried to use a counterfeit $50 bill to pay for food at an amusement park. Security caught him...so he tried to eat $1,200 more of the fake cash. Security managed to retrieve the bills. The man is now under arrest.
September 3, 2012
A) A New Mexico inmate spent five months trying to break out of his cell using a razor blade and popsicle sticks and he succeeded! But once he got outside, he changed his mind and returned to his cell.
B) You don't wear white to a wedding and you certainly don't steal the wedding gifts. A guest at a New York wedding reception was spotted in a coat room with a box of envelopes for the newlyweds where he stuffed them in his clothes and ran off! The other guests chased him and pinned him down until police arrived.
C) She just wanted to listen to some good music! A New Hampshire woman was arrested three times in 26 hours for blasting "Highway to Hell" by AC/DC. Shortly after she was released, she threw a frying pan at her nephew and was arrested yet again.
August 27, 2012
A) A Florida man stole a 32-inch television from Walmart and then took off on his bicycle. When the man turned to look at the cops chasing him, he slammed his bike into a police cruiser. He's ok but was arrested for theft.
B) Two New York men thought it would be easy to rob a store disguised as police officers -- fake masks, badges, and all. They might have made a clean getaway but they were caught after sending a polite thank-you note to the company that made their masks.
C) A Florida man called 911 for a very personal reason. Police say the 32-year- old wanted a female deputy to come to his house to "hook up." He called seven times in two days. Now he's in jail.
August 20, 2012
A) How do you walk out of a store with a stolen 42 inch TV? Well, this knucklehead thought hiding it under her skirt would do the job, and it almost worked. The Romanian woman made it to a nearby bus stop before police finally made the arrest. Her accomplice said she had "very strong thigh muscles."