sept. 22, 2014
Monday, 22 September 2014 07:20

LOS ANGELES BAKERY DELIVERS MARIJUANA-INFUSED PIZZAS: A new startup in Los Angeles is delivering marijuana-infused pizzas to medical marijuana patients. Stoned Oven Gourmet Pizzas makes six-inch pies that contain 250-milligrams of THC. Customers must have a medical marijuana card to get the pizza, but if you do, you can get the marijuana pizza delivered right to your door. (Los Angeles Times)

2-TEENS DRAW 100-YARD PENIS ON FOOTBALL FIELD: A 50-year-old Mom and two teenagers allegedly burned a 100-yard image of a penis into a football field. Police say that the trio used grass killer to burn the turf in Temperance, Michigan. No photos have been released of their "artwork", which caused between 15,000-$20,000 in damage. The Detroit Free Press reports the woman, who has not been named because her daughter, a juvenile, could be identified, has been arraigned and is out on bond. (Huffington Post)

TIRED MAN BREAKS INTO POLICE STATION TO SLEEP: A tired man looking for a place to sleep "accidentally" broke into a police station. 59-year-old John P. Dettor was charged with unlawful mischief after reportedly using a traffic cone to smash through the window of Shelburne police station in Vermont. He reportedly caused damages of more than $250. Dettor pleaded not guilty to the charge at a Burlington district court. (Metro)

STOCKBROKER ATE NAPKINS TO HIDE INSIDER TRADING: A stock broker who admitted insider trading had a rather strange way of concealing his crime. 41-year-old Frank Tamayo would write secret stock tips on napkins and then eat them once his accomplice has seen them. Tamayo pleaded guilty to securities fraud, tender offer fraud, and conspiracy charges at the federal court in Trenton, New Jersey. Tamayo has already agreed to pay back more than $1million and will give up his 2008 Audi Q7 but faces a possible 20-year prison sentence. (Metro)

FLORIDA MAN THREATENS DRIVE-THRU EMPLOYEE OVER BURGER: A Florida man allegedly threatened to shoot a Checkers drive-thru clerk if he didn't hand over a burger. 27-year-old Dechazo Harris placed an order and pulled around to the pickup window when he decided that he wanted to change his meal. , Harris pulled out gun on the employee when he was told to drive back around to reorder. Harris was later identified and booked on aggravated assault charges. (Huffington Post)

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