C) A Pennsylvania man who led police to him with a trail of curly fries. The 36- year-old allegedly groped a woman at a fast food restaurant as she handed him his drive-through order. Police spotted the car outside a motel and followed a trail of Arby's fries to the man's hotel room.
October 21, 2013
A) A Tennessee man who called cops when a store clerk over charged him for a beer By ONE penny. The dissatisfied customer called police three times hoping they'd get the clerk to settle up. The third time, police arrested the caller.
B) Two men who called state police and tried to sell the officers drugs. An trooper answered the phone saying, "West Virginia State Police, How may I help you?" Then the caller said he was selling prescription drugs, and gave the trooper directions to his home. Officers arrived and arrested the two men.
C) A motorcyclist in Illinois who told police he was speeding because he had to use the bathroom. The man and a 16-year-old passenger were going 140 miles-per- hour. The man told police he just really had to go. The driver was arrested.
D) Redskins on special teams
October 14, 2013
A) An Iowa man who called the cops THREE times -- after he was stiffed in a drug deal. Police say he claimed he didn't know selling prescription drugs was illegal and admitted to smoking crack earlier in the week. He faces drug charges.
B) A Utah man who led police on a high speed chase -- and blamed it on a bathroom emergency. The man told police he ate something that upset his stomach and needed to find a rest stop. He pleaded guilty to a traffic charge and was sentenced to seven days in jail.
C) And Miami Heat forward Michael Beasley -- who needed medical treatment after he punched himself in the head. Beasley socked himself after being called for traveling in a game against the Pistons. The team trainer treated him with the same compresses that are used on boxers.
October 7, 2013
B) The White House
C) The American electorate -- we voted these people into public office
D) All of the above
September 30, 2013
A) A group of people in Augusta, Maine who reported seeing a U-F-O over the city. Police checked it out and discovered it was only a spotlight a Mexican restaurant was using to celebrate its re-opening.
B) A police impersonator in Colorado who confronted a real officer by mistake. The imposter approached a real undercover detective in a cell phone store and demanded the cop "give him the drugs." But the cop turned things around and arrested the wanna-be.
C) A Pennsylvania man who was barking mad after being pulled over for drunk driving. Police said he started growling and hissing at a police dog and its handler. On top of drunk driving charges, he could serve 7 years in prison for inciting -- Chaos -- the dog.
September 23, 2013
A) An Arkansas man who forgot his cell phone at a store he robbed. Officers say the phone was charging when store owners found it and pulled up the man's Facebook profile. He's been charged with burglary.
B) Two animal smugglers who were caught after they brought out a stolen animal for a photo opportunity with pop star Rihanna. The songstress posted a picture of the animal on her Instagram account while on vacation in Thailand. The photo got two hundred thousand likes and led authorities to the men.
C) Major League Baseball, NOT the Nationals, for making Nats fans sit through a 4 hr rain delay saturday night before post-poning the game until Sunday.
September 16, 2013
A) A 23-year-old who sold her food stamps on Facebook. The woman posted the deal on her page, offering $100 worth of food stamps for just 50 bucks. She was already in lock-up for another crime when she was caught. Cops tacked on a welfare fraud charge.
B) Two Montana teens who egged and toilet-papered a house, then left the receipt for the eggs and toilet paper in the yard. Police were able to track down the teens using the grocery store security camera.