C) A Kentucky man who stuck it to the police officers who arrested him by ordering 5 pizzas to their station. The many asked to use his phone while he was being booked, and a little while later, a bunch of pizzas showed up for the cop who arrested him.
July 14, 2014
A) An Oregon man who tried to tow an undercover police car. Police planted the undercover state police car after hearing reports of the man's sketchy towing business, "Whoops! Towing." The man is said to be a known scam-artist, and was arrested after trying to tow the car from a parking lot.
B) A Seattle city attorney who's in a sticky situation after he accidentally brought a bag of marijuana to the office. He forgot to take the weed out of his bag after he legally purchased it in one of the state's new dispensaries. It's still illegal to bring drugs to work in Seattle.
C) A man who fell 40 feet from a tree after a burglary gone wrong. A homeowner in Aloha, Oregon said he found the man in the shower of his house. He chased the man away, and police later found him hiding in a tree. He fell from the tree after a half hour stand-off, and when he hit the ground, he was arrested.
July 7, 2014
A) A Kansas man who crashed a wedding and swiped a couple of wedding gifts during the reception. The groom noticed the suspect running away and he ran after him. Police who were directing traffic caught the guy and arrested him.
B) A Pennsylvania man who was found dribbling a basketball on an interstate highway. The man had a Pennsylvania license plate sticking out of his shirt and smelled of marijuana. He was arrested on drug charges.
C) A Virginia man who stripped naked in an Arlington pizza restaurant and led police on a car chase before crashing into parked cars. He struck three vehicles before police tased him. He had been a part of "The All-American Bar Crawl" which starts at 2 p.m. and visits 14 bars. He was arrested and spent his birthday in jail.
June 30, 2014
A) A Kansas woman who went to great lengths to kill a spider. The woman set a fire to a towel in her bathroom after seeing the spider. The fire spread to other condos in her complex, but no one was hurt. No word on whether the spider made it out safely.
B) A burglar in Minnesota who broke into a home, took some things, then got on Facebook before leaving. Of course, he forgot to log off. Police found him easily.
C) Some almost car-jackers, who didn't quite make the cut. The three teenagers carjacked a 70-year-old woman in Seattle, but then realized none of them could drive a stick shift. They took off on foot.
June 23, 2014
A) A California teen who grafittied a courtroom in which he was on trial. The 18- year-old was already on trial for tagging a wall when new grafitti showed up the courtroom a day after his trial. He's being charged with felony vandalism.
B) A Florida man who accidentally shot himself in the foot for a second time. The 27-year-old shot himself, then told cops someone else did it. The same thing happened last year. He's being charged with filing a false report.
C) A 12-year-old boy who ran away so he wouldn't have to go to the dentist. The kid disappeared, and when police found him he said he was kidnapped. But he later admitted he just wandered off so he wouldn't have to get his teeth cleaned.
June 16, 2014
A) A British woman who called the cops because her sprinkles weren't evenly distributed. She dialed England's emergency number to complain a street vendor only put them on one side of her cone. She was told to only call for emergencies.
B) A California mayor who threw dog poop in front of his campaign opponent's house. The man is seen on camera throwing the waste on the sidewalk leading to his opponent's home. People are calling for his resignation.