An Indiana man was arrested after he allegedly showed up at a North Dakota police station in a stolen car looking for help to buy gas.
West Fargo, N.D. Assistant Chief Mike Reitan tells that the 19-year-old man from Charlestown, Ind., showed up at the station Monday morning asking for a gas voucher. Police work with a local charity to provide such vouchers to people in emergencies.
Reitan says the man told police he was trying to get to Wisconsin to attend a funeral. When the car he was driving turned out to be registered to a Dickinson convenience store,West Fargo authorities checked and discovered the vehicle had been stolen.
Reitan says that put an end to the gas voucher discussion. Officers took the man to jail.
Children suspected in theft of 2,500 rubber ducks
Two children are believed to have stolen and scattered 2,500 rubber ducks from the CitizensPoliceAcademy in southwest suburban Yorkville.
It’s not just dead cows airport staff have had to deal with, passengers have also tried to bring on items such as car engine, a tarantula and one woman even wanted to bring her own bath onto the plane – again at JFK airport.
Two would-be robbers brought a hammer and gun to break into a jewelry display at a Hawaii store - but ended up leaving empty-handed. Footage from a surveillance camera showed the men attempting to smash and shoot their way into the display cases.
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