Police in Ohio say a Michigan man who drove away from a traffic stop smashed through a gate and landed right in a prison parking lot.
Officers arrested the man early Wednesday after he drove around the outside of the Toledo Correctional Institution and then back into parking lot.
Court records show that the charges against Jason Davis of Monroe, Michigan, include vandalism of government property, drug possession and failing to use his turn signal.
PINELLAS COUNTY --
The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office will not "sweep anything under the rug."
The sheriff’s office has put a rug with a misprint up for auction.
The rug had been placed in the lobby of the Sheriff's Administration Building located at 10750 Ulmerton Road in Largo for a couple months. That’s until a deputy noticed a typo that read "In Dog We Trust."
The rug was removed from the lobby and put on the auction block. Bidding, which started at $100, has already reached $1,000 as of Thursday evening.
All proceeds from the sale will benefit the local animal rescue group Canine Estates, Incorporated in Palm Harbor.
While there were two rugs in the lobby, only one of them had the misprint. The sheriff's office has verified that the submitted proof was correct.
The cost of the rug was $500. The sheriff's office is currently working with the manufacturer, American Floor Mats, to obtain a replacement rug.
“It just took one person I guess looking down yesterday and saw it, and there you go,” said Sheriff Bob Gualtieri. “I've received emails from people as far away as the United Kingdom, all over Europe, Mexico, South America and certainly here within the United States that will do anything to get that rug.”
ADDENDUM- I was born and raised in Pinellas County, Florida. This story does have a good ending, they auctioned the rug On-Line for $9650, with that money going towards Animal Rescue.
in "dog we trust"
"Dog" Duane Chapman, otherwise known as Dog the Bounty Hunter was probably the high bidder.
Meet Ryu. Ryu is a character in the video game Street Fighter 2. He is capable of launching himself into the air to crushing uppercuts, and can project his soul into some kind of energy ball that is harmful at a distance. He also crushes cars with his bare feet.
Meet Paul. Paul is fit, and he knows karate. But Paul is also a human being. He is flesh and bone. Given enough time, Paul can dismantle a small car, but he cannot instantly destroy a vehicle in the same manner as Ryu, because Ryu is fictitious and Paul is not.
"Sitzpinkler" is a derogatory term used in Germany to describe men who sit to urinate
The finding was made when a landlord claimed his tenant had ruined a marble floor by sprinkling it with urine.
The disgruntled landlord tried to retain a €3,000 (£2,300) deposit for the damage allegedly caused by his guest's acidic spillage.
Despite growing domestication of men in this matter, urinating while standing up is still widespread
Judge Stefan Hank
But Judge Stefan Hank today ruled that men who stand up to relieve themselves cannot be held to account for any collateral damage.
The Judge conceded that men who chose not to sit "must expect occasional rows with housemates, especially women".
However in Germany, the debate over whether men should stand in the toilet continues to rage.
Some toilets in the country bear red traffic-style warnings signs – expressly forbidding the standing position.
"Sitzpinkler" – is a derogatory term used for men who decide to rest their legs and urinate.
The insult implies that sitting is not masculine behaviour.
"Despite growing domestication of men in this matter, urinating while standing up is still widespread," said Judge Hank in Court in the city of Duesseldorf today.
NASA's Kepler Discovers First Earth-Size Planet In The 'Habitable Zone' of Another Star
Using NASA's Kepler Space Telescope, astronomers have discovered the first Earth-size planet orbiting a star in the "habitable zone" -- the range of distance from a star where liquid water might pool on the surface of an orbiting planet. The discovery of Kepler-186f confirms that planets the size of Earth exist in the habitable zone of stars other than our sun.
While planets have previously been found in the habitable zone, they are all at least 40 percent larger in size than Earth and understanding their makeup is challenging. Kepler-186f is more reminiscent of Earth.
"The discovery of Kepler-186f is a significant step toward finding worlds like our planet Earth," said Paul Hertz, NASA's Astrophysics Division director at the agency's headquarters in Washington. "Future NASA missions, like the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite and the James Webb Space Telescope, will discover the nearest rocky exoplanets and determine their composition and atmospheric conditions, continuing humankind's quest to find truly Earth-like worlds."
What looks better, that or his pig faced, no talent fat a$$ed daughters??????