We don't generally associate Sweden with carjacking. But Kortedala, a suburb of the city of Gotenberg, was nonetheless the site of one of the strangest car thefts we've ever read. It involves a toy gun, a nine-year-old and an electric car.
People have been wearing their jeans below their butts for years now. But don't tell that to Ohio judge Mark Mihok, who will put you in jail if you wear them low and saggy in his courtroom. The judge's latest offender is visible in the video above: he's the one in the white shirt.
A botched Facebook event, which led to Facebook defriending, has now led to a serious arson.
According to police reports, Jennifer Christine Harris of Des Moines, IA asked her friend Nicki Rasmussen to create a Facebook event for a party Harris wanted to throw. But when the event started to rack up a high number of declines, the two women began feuding on Facebook and Rasmussen eventually decided
On Tuesday morning in San Diego, the driver of a Toyota Camry lost control and sheared the top off a fire hydrant. As a result, the broken hydrant held the back half of the vehicle in the air for over an hour until the water was turned off.
A Florida state trooper proved that cops aren't above the law when she pulled over and arrested Miami officer Fausto López after catching him weaving in and out of traffic at 120 miles per hour. Lopez's defense? He was late for work at a second job doing private security.
Last month, a Missouri man was arrested after returning to Taco Bell with a shotgun because he didn't get enough hot sauce in his drive-thru order. And just this Sunday, a Georgia man came back and firebombed an area Taco Bell because he wasn't satisfied with the amount of meat in his Chalupus. Alright, this is starting to get out of control.
Police raided a home in Portland, Ore. after a neighbor alerted them to a drug house that manufactured and sold heroin and methamphetamine and attracted customers by passing out fliers that advertised "Heroin for Sale" with their exact address.
The raid netted six arrests and broke up a long standing "heroin house" that one drug enforcement expert described as a "house whe
Looks like we have a brand new candidate for dumbest criminal ever.
Patrick Johnson robbed two banks in the Ocala, FL area in one day. The thief had the presence of mind to change his wardrobe between his crimes, but his method of sticking up the banks -- a note stating he had a gun -- was the same both times.
During their first date at a Vero Beach, FL, T.G.I Fridays, 18-year old Devin Norling and 19-year-old Sydney Sanders discovered that they had something in common: Neither wanted to pay for their meal.
So the new couple pulled the old "dine and ditch" move and got busted. That's gonna be one awkward second date.
When 39-year-old Shawn Weimer of Michigan decided he was too drunk to drive, he was just being a responsible adult. But when he appointed his nine-year-old daughter as his designated driver, not so much.
Well, this is humiliating. Thieves using bolt cutters were able to force their way into a supposedly secure building earlier Thursday morning and steal 21 MP-5 submachine guns and 12 large caliber handgun from the Los Angeles police department's prestigious SWAT unit.