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Dumb Criminals: Oregon Couple Leaves Crystal Meth As Tip

They remembered to tip their waitress – in crystal meth, police said.

Police busted two suspected methamphetamine dealers at a Seaside restaurant after they slipped their server an envelope stuffed with the psychoactive drug, authorities said.

Ryan Bensen, 40, and Erica Manley, 37, spent Thursday night having dinner and drinks at the Twisted Fish Steakhouse, said Seaside Police Chief Robert Gross.

When it came time to settle their tab, the cash-strapped couple first plunked down a gift card to pay their bill, Gross said. Later, they offered their waitress an envelope with a question mark scribbled on it.


Did Macklemore's Visit Help Cure Rare Heart Condition?

The PACT team’s outreach efforts paid off. At the show, AJ and his mom were delighted to be escorted backstage to Macklemore’s “friends and family” room where the 6-year-old got to meet his hero.

“It was such a great experience,” his mom said. “Macklemore and his fiance were so kind and gentle with him. They gave him gifts and joked with him. Macklemore even told AJ that he was planning a surprise visit to the hospital so he would see him again soon.”

AJ enjoyed the concert from the very front, nodding along to his favorite songs.

“He just lit up,” Yea said. “This was something special for him. It really boosted his spirits.”


Woman Sets Record For Devouring 72 Oz Steak In Three Minutes

Molly Schuyler weighs a paltry 120 pounds, but last Friday she set a world record by finishing an entire 72 oz. steak as big as her whole head in under three minutes.

To put that in perspective, the previous Guinness World Record for consuming a 72 oz. steak was 6 minutes and 48 seconds.

The mother of four from Minnesota is a top-ranked competitive eater who has been making room for women at the big boy table since 2012, taking title after title away from her male counterparts.


Dumb Criminals: Iowa City Man Arrested For DUI After Testing Too High For Brethalyzer

IOWA CITY, Iowa —Iowa City police said a man's blood alcohol content was so high that it wouldn't register on a Breathalyzer device Friday, reported KCRG-TV.

Police said they were called out on a report of a man who drove off a road and hit a street sign.

They were sent to 2105 J St., the home of 28-year-old Levi Carter, where they spoke with a passenger in Carter's vehicle who said they heard Carter slurring his speech and believed him to be drunk.

The passenger also told police Carter was driving 55 mph on First Avenue, which is a 25 mph zone, before crashing his car.

KCRG reported that police said Carter was talking to people in his basement who were not there, smelled strongly of alcohol and could barely stand without holding himself up.

Read more: http://www.kcci.com/news/central-iowa/police-drivers-bloodalcohol-content-is-too-high-to-register/-/9357080/23755946/-/eqg0gm/-/index.html#ixzz2pqWcQ600

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FBI Classifies Juggalos (Insane Clown Posse fans) As Gang, They Sue FBI

The FBI is monitoring a growing gang with members across the country who dress in customary colors, assemble for rowdy annual meetings and control the trade of an obscure Midwestern soft drink. They are Juggalos.

In a report on emerging gang trends, federal investigators revealed that they have their eyes on the loyal fans of the horrorcore group Insane Clown Posse.

Known as Juggalos, the followers of the Detroit rap act are famous for their clownish make-up, annual "Gathering of the Juggalos" celebration and their love for the soda Faygo.

But Juggalo "subsets exhibit gang-like behavior and engage in criminal activity and violence," the FBI alleges in a document first reported by Wired.

Per the FBI's National Gang Threat Assessment:

Most crimes committed by Juggalos are sporadic, disorganized, individualistic, and often involve simple assault, personal drug use and possession, petty theft, and vandalism. However, open source reporting suggests that a small number of Juggalos are forming more organized subsets and engaging in more gang-like criminal activity, such as felony assaults, thefts, robberies, and drug sales.


FBI not down with the clown?

Pastafarian Minister Sworn Into New York Town Council Wearing Colander

A unique style of headwear was present during newly-seated Pomfret Town Council member Christopher Schaeffer's oath of office Thursday afternoon, but it wasn't intended to keep his head warm.

Schaeffer wore a colander (a strainer typically used to drain water from spaghetti) while Town Clerk Allison Dispense administered the oath of office to him before the board's reorganizational meeting. When the OBSERVER asked afterward why he wore a colander on his head, Schaeffer said he was a minister with an even more unique organization - the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

"It's just a statement about religious freedom," he said. "It's a religion without any dogma."


Like the headline says - "strainer things have happened!".

Dying Man's Wish Of Driving Around A Krispy Kreme Truck Fullfilled

The self-employed marketing consultant, diagnosed three years ago with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS, dreamed that one day he would steal a Krispy Kreme truck and drive around Durham, N.C., handing out free donuts. He'd be like a modern day Robin Hood, spreading smiles and sugary goodness.

Rosati revealed his delicious, dastardly plan earlier this year while speaking at Durham Academy, his high school alma mater, the News Observer reports. The degenerative and ultimately deadly disorder had slowed him down, he told the students, but life is too short to not steal a Krispy Kreme truck.

But as the 42-year-old Rosati's strength dwindled, so did his heist hopes. So the marketing professional hedged his bets, and started a Facebook page.

"I want to steal a Krispy Kreme truck," Rosati wrote on the page. "Actually I'm too weak now. But if this page gets enough love and attention, I'm hoping KK will lend me a driver and a loaded truck so I can ride around giving away donuts and making people smile!"


45 Year Old Who Appeared On "My Strange Addiction" Wants QQQ Size Breasts

At the age of 45, Lacey Wildd is proud to be plastic.

The former showgirl had her first breast augmentation 20 years ago and has increased her bust size far beyond what would be considered normal.

Last year, she wore a Size MMM bra, but she contemplates going up to a Size QQQ on an episode of "My Strange Addiction" airing Jan. 8 on TLC.

Wildd has spent $250,000 to surgically enhance her chest, but her ample bosom sometimes leaves her feeling like a boob.


11 Year Old Utah Girl Gets Stuck In Washing Machine

SALT LAKE CITY - An 11-year-old was bruised, distressed but OK after being stuck inside a washing machine for about 90 minutes, according to video from KSL.

The Utah girl was playing hide-and-seek with her cousins when she found what she thought was the ideal hiding spot the washing machine located just below a dryer.

"She really wanted to win," said the girl's mother, Nicole Rhoades, who wasn't home at the time.

Rhoades' older daughter called her, and she could hear the 11-year-old screaming in the background.


Dumb Criminals: Breaking Bad Contest Winner Wanted On Narcotic Possession

Ryan Carroll was the most envied “Breaking Bad” fan in the nation when he won a trip to Hollywood in September to watch the series finale with the show’s cast.

Turns out the San Carlos Park resident was more than just a fan — it appears he was something of a student of the hit AMC show about a high school chemistry teacher turned drug kingpin.

Carroll, 28, was booked into the Lee County jail at 1:29 a.m. Wednesday on felony charges of possession of a synthetic narcotic with intent to sell and possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. He also faces a misdemeanor charge of keeping a shop or vehicle for dangerous drugs.

It’s unclear from an online booking report what kind of drugs Carroll is accused of possessing, and local authorities are keeping tight-lipped about their “investigation of significance.”


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