Police capture squirrel who ransacked home

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Date: October 26th, 2016

captureOAK BAY, British Columbia – A family in Canada returned from a month-long vacation to find their home had been ransacked by a furry invader.

Sheri Lucas shared photos as two Oak Bay police officers arrived at the scene to find a squirrel had broken into Christine Kiss’ and knocked over various household items.

“Great detective work and patience allows [Oak Bay police] to catch a suspect that thrashed a homeowner’s home while they were on vacation,” Lucas said.

Kiss told the CBC she arrived back home to find papers and other items strewn about and bowls of nuts throughout the house completely emptied.  More

 

 

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Man rescued after falling into bin in search of old clothes

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Date: October 25th, 2016

spainMURCIA, Spain – Police in Spain rescued a man from a garbage bin after he became trapped while searching for old clothes.

Murcia police shared photos as the man poked his head out of the green and silver underground bin.

“Yesterday the GESC officers rescued a man who was trapped inside a container buried in Vistabella,” police wrote.

The 48-year-old man became stuck after attempting to climb into the trash container after he mistakenly thought it contained old clothes, according to The Local.  More

 

 

 

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Son beats his mother with hockey stick after her debit card was declined at Taco Bell

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Date: October 25th, 2016

debitTennessee – A young man was arrested on a charge of assault after allegedly beating up his mother because her debit card was declined at Taco Bell, according to police in Tennessee.

Lakeland police said that they have arrested 22-year-old Logan Badgley, after trying to pay for Taco Bell food using his mother’s debit card, which had no money.

In court, Badgley pleaded not guilty to one count of aggravated assault.

He was booked into the Shelby County jail, and his bail was set at $5,000.  More

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Families, College Students Fall Victim To Kidnapping Scam

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Date: October 25th, 2016

hoaxBALTIMORE – Parents across the country are receiving calls telling them their child will be killed if they do not pay a ransom, but it’s all a hoax. 

WJZ Investigator Mike Hellgren reports on the nightmare situation that’s already affected several Maryland families.

The victim gets an anonymous phone call, telling them their loved one will be shot or worse if they don’t wire money.

“He told me that he hit him over the head and he was bleeding out,” said one woman. “I believed him. I truly believed him,” she said.  More

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Teen Stuns Family After Waking From Coma Speaking Only Spanish

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Date: October 25th, 2016

comaGeorgia – The family of a 16-year-old Georgia boy is describing how he woke from a coma speaking Spanish instead of English.

Reuben Nsemoh was playing goalie for a Gwinnett County team late last month when another player accidentally kicked him in the head while he was diving for the ball, local ABC affiliate WSB-TV reported.

The high school sophomore, who has now suffered three soccer-related concussions, fell into a coma for several days.

When he woke up, he could only speak in Spanish.  More

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Man wearing ‘bizarre’ tree costume arrested for blocking traffic

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Date: October 25th, 2016

treePORTLAND, Maine – A Maine man clad in a tree costume was arrested when he blocking traffic after being told by police to stay out of the street.

Police said Asher Woodworth, 30, donned a tree costume reminiscent of a camouflage ghillie suit Monday and wandering into a busy downtown Portland intersection.

Woodworth stopped traffic and drew attention as he slowly inched his way across the crosswalk, and he was soon joined by a pair of police officers who escorted him to the other side.  More

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Post office apologizes after letter takes 50 years to arrive

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Date: October 24th, 2016

postAustralia – The Australian postal service has apologized for delivering a letter half a century after it was sent from an island in the South Pacific.

A couple from Adelaide found the faded postcard, from the French Polynesian island of Tahiti, resting on their doorstep under a gas bill.

It bore a postmark of 1966 and was addressed to one “Robert Giorgio,” according to the Adelaide Advertiser.

The postcard, which was written by someone named “Chris,” reads: “[I am] enjoying myself greatly. The weather is very humid … I’ll try and drop you a note in England.”  More

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