Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Greetings fellow Bizarros:
A man who was in the mood for some fried chicken, broke into a woman's home where he stole food and alcoholic beverages, according to police in Florida.
Police said that they have arrested 34-year-old Ronald Gregory Wesly, after being caught by the homeowner frying chicken and drinking vodka in her kitchen.
According the police investigation, after homeowner Samantha O'Neal went to work, Wesly broke into her home, opened the woman's fridge and took out chicken. He then used a frying pan to make himself fired chicken.
When O'Neal came home around 9:00 p.m., she found Wesly frying chicken and drinking vodka. O'Neal told police that she picked him up and threw him out of her home.
She then called the police, who found Wesly nearby and arrested him.
Wesly has been charged with one count each of resisting an officer, burglary and petty theft.
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A mountain lion snatched a small dog from a California bedroom in the early morning hours, after the residents reportedly left their French doors partially open for the dog to go outside, according to the San Mateo County Sheriff's office. The dog, a 15-pound Portuguese Podengo, was at the foot of a bed near the dog's owner and a child when it woke them up around 3 a.m. by "barking aggressively." The adult witness told authorities she saw the shadow of an animal come into the room through the French doors, grab the dog from the bed, and walk out. When she grabbed a flashlight, she saw "large wet paw prints" near the bedroom's entrance, and called 911. When police arrived on scene, they discovered paw prints resembling those of a mountain lion, and notified the Department of Fish and Wildlife. Now, the San Mateo authorities are advising and reminding local residents to secure their doors and windows before sleeping.
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Firefighters in Kansas said they responded to a local tree to rescue a climbing cat -- and the feline's unlucky owner. The Shawnee County Emergency Communications Center said the Topeka Fire Department was dispatched when a call came in about 9:59 p.m. about a woman who became stuck in a tree while trying to rescue her cat. Firefighters arrived to find the woman and cat stranded on a branch about 16 feet up in the tree. They were bought brought down safely. Fire Department Shift Commander Todd Williams said firefighters occasionally are called to perform similar rescues in the area. An Illinois woman ended up in a similar situation in December when she attempted to rescue her dog after the canine fell through the ice of a frozen pond behind their home. The woman and her dog both ended up needing to be plucked out of the water by Aurora firefighters.
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Lewis, Sorry I missed Johnny and Roy and the cat. Before it closed the Roy Rogers museum had quiet a collection including Nellie Belle, stuffed Bullet and Trigger. Dale once threatened to stuff Roy and put him on Trigger. I wonder if that other boot was there? Do you know what happened to the contents when the museum closed? Maybe there are bars of gold in the jeep gas tank. There sure are golden memories. -James
that's very good, did she shake it? or just squeak it, maybe she has to get used to playing in a different environment, Love, me.
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