Saturday, December 27, 2008

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Small Bits of News You Didn’t Know you Needed

'Robber' reports bank heist
Forget calling an 800 number for customer service. One Bolingbrook man simply dialed 911.
Police say John A. Pighee Jr., 58, of 610 Preston Drive was unhappy with the service he received at a Bank of America branch.
So, shortly before noon Monday, he picked up his cell phone, called police and reported a robbery at the bank, 111 Lily Cache Lane, while he was there.
"As odd as it sounds, we took a bank robbery (call) from the bank robber," Lt. Ken Teppel said.
Teppel said the man had attempted withdrawing some money that the bank had a hold on. When the bank wouldn't release the funds, "he stated he was going to shut the bank down."
"He picked up his cell phone, called 911 and reported that the bank was being robbed," Teppel said. "He never relayed to the employees he was going to rob the bank, and he never showed a weapon."
After about 15 to 20 minutes of talking by phone with the branch's employees from the parking lot, police determined the bank was not, in fact, being robbed. They promptly entered the building and arrested Pighee.
He was charged with felony disorderly conduct, Teppel said.
"It was one of the most unusual calls we have received," he said.
Man attempts to go home for holidays - by fire truck
South Salt Lake police have arrested a man they say tried to steal a fire truck so he could drive home - to Washington - for Christmas. South Salt Lake police Detective Gary Keller says firefighters on a medical call heard the $500,000 truck's air horn blaring and ran outside, where they found a man in the driver's seat trying to drive away. After a lengthy struggle during which the engine traveled about 50 feet, firefighters were finally able to subdue the man until police arrived. Police say the 25-year-old man told them he wanted to travel to Washington to see his mother for Christmas.
Wonder what kind of mileage does that thing get?
He must have thought since it was a fire truck he would get "FREE Fuel"
'Sex' billboards spark complaints
Britain's Advertising Standards Authority said 196 billboards in the London area promising better sex provoked a flood of complaints.
The agency said the 196 billboards in and around London advertising the products of the Advanced Medical Institute, which was banned from executing a similar ad campaign in its native Australia, prompted 249 complaints in only eight days, The Daily Mail reported Friday.
A spokesman for the authority said the number marked a "high volume" of complaints for a "short space of time."
The advertisement reads: "Want Longer Lasting Sex?"
Troopers use classic TV getaway car to nab speeders
The Dodge Charger -- the same Detroit muscle car the Dukes of Hazzard used to get away from the law -- is now in the hands of the colleagues of Sheriff Roscoe P. Coltrane
The Florida Highway Patrol's got 50 of 'em -- unmarked -- ready to sneak up on the unsuspectin'.
Their ride is silver with dark tinted windows and blue-and-red lights cleverly concealed around the window edges.
"Gets 22 miles to the gallon,'' says State Trooper John Sessa. "This car's got 350-360 horsepower. Zero to 100 in a half-mile."
In this real-life drama, the dukes don't get away when they hear sirens and step on the gas.
Sessa gets to say one of his favorite lines -- "I need to see your license, registration, and proof of insurance, please" -- twice in just twenty minutes.
Them bad guys are in a heap o' trouble!
Annoyed Viewer Shoots Noisy Man in Movie Theater
A family talking during a movie enraged a nearby viewer so badly that he shot the father in the arm.
Philadelphia police say James Joseph Cialella Jr, 29, shot the man after a brief altercation inside the Riverview Movie Theatre.
The victim suffered a gunshot wound to his left arm.
Cialella was still inside the theater when police arrived. He was found with a black Kel-Tec .380 handgun on the front of his waist.
Police arrested and charged him with attempted murder, aggravated assault, violation of uniform firearms act, possession of an instrument of a crime, simple assault and recklessly endangering another person.
A garage sale from a Natchez home gave a couple enough money to move to Louisiana.
One catch, they didn't own anything they sold.
Police say when Jerry and Teresa Dyess moved out of their fully furnished rental home in March, they sold everything at a garage sale. The owner of the house filed a complaint.
The couple's names were placed on the National Crime Information Center.
When Teresa Dyess was stopped Monday on a traffic violation in Bossier City, La., she was arrested on a grand larceny warrant from Natchez. Jerry Dyess was arrested when he came to bail Teresa Dyess out.
Both were being held in the Natchez jail on $7,500 bond each pending an initial court appearance
Woman Finds $10G in Box of Crackers
Debra Rogoff of Irvine, California bought a box of Crackerjacks from the grocery store had some crackerjack in it — an envelope stuffed with $10,000.
Yet the Irvine woman was more curious than ecstatic about her daughter's find. After all, who would leave money in such a place?
"We just thought, 'This is someone's money,"' she said. "We would never feel good about spending it."
Rather than go on a shopping spree, the family called police and was initially told the money could be part of a drug drop.
Police later heard from store managers at Whole Foods in Tustin that an elderly woman had come in a few days earlier, hysterical because she had mistakenly returned a box of crackers with her life savings inside. In a mix-up the store restocked the box rather than composting it.
The Lake Forest woman, whose identity was not released, had lost faith in her bank and decided the box would be a safer place for the money.
Luckily for her, the box of Annie's Sour Cream and Onion Cheddar Bunny crackers were bought by the Rogoffs, who discovered the crisp $100 bills in an unmarked white envelope on Oct. 10.
The Rogoffs never heard from the woman and didn't receive a reward.