Man using crazy glue, gets stuck in jail
Police arrested a man on vandalism charges after he allegedly crazy-glued a woman's electronics into the wall sockets of her bedroom.
Abram Perkins, 40, was held in the Shelby County Jail on $2,000 bond following his arrest in the Whitehaven area.
According to an affidavit, Perkins plugged the woman's electronics into sockets with crazy glue and poured water on some equipment, causing $4,300 worth of damage.
After confronting Perkins in her bedroom, which the victim also uses as an office, the woman asked him what happened to her things.
Perkins laughed and admitted to the vandalism, according to the affidavit. He then left, taking some items with him.
Police arrested Perkins at the house across the street from the crime scene..
woman who just turned 100 years old has taken customer loyalty to the extreme: She's still using a bank savings account that's been around almost as long as she has, since the year before World War I. Ohio
Boy, 10, ticketed for improper seat belt use
Central Texas boy has been given a ticket for wearing his seat belt incorrectly.
May says he was in a minivan's passenger seat when he stuck his head out the window and his seat belt slipped. A Leander police officer pulled over the van that Marshall 's 19-year-old aunt was driving and gave the boy a ticket. Marshall
printed his name on the ticket, saying "I don't have a signature because I'm 10 years old." Marshall
Man abandons nearly $1 million
Law officers in
have confiscated nearly $1 million in two bags that a man abandoned after denying that he knew anything about the cash. Houston
The money-filled suitcase and gym bag were seized from a man from
staying at an upscale hotel. Mexico
Federal agents received a tip about possible drug money laundering and monitored the man's comings and goings, then confronted him as he prepared to check out. Investigators say the man, who had a valid
U.S. visa, said he was given the bags for delivery in . No further details were provided. Houston
The man was not arrested and left the hotel, abandoning more than $995,000..
Burglar showers in home, flees with clothes behind
A burglar failed to make a clean getaway after showering in a
home. New Jersey
The Record newspaper reports police believe the suspect took jewelry and prescription medication before opening up a new bar of soap and jumping in the shower.
Police also say a fingerprint left behind has them looking for a 19-year-old who once lived nearby..