Jetcost: The Ten Strangest Things People Have Attempted To Take On A Plane – Yahoo Finance

Drunk roofer shoots Lakewood man in the stomach with nail gun | cleveland.com

The crocodile was hidden in a travellers sports bag, along with the documents necessary to sell it, but it managed to escape and became angry, spreading terror on the plane. The passengers improvised movement due to total panic caused a loss of balance and for the plane to the fall that crashed into a house during a flight from the capital Kinshasa- to Bandundu local airport. The only survivor of the Let 410 plane crash told the unbelievable story to the investigators. Ironically, the crocodile survived the accident, though it was sacrificed right away by the rescuers with a blow with a machete.
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Flea Market Fakes Found in West Columbia – Free-Times.com

The owners home had more than 15 bullet holes in it, and $800 worth of appliances and kitchen drawers were missing. (Question: What the hell is someone going to do with empty kitchen drawers?) No arrests have been made, but maybe the rent should go down a few bucks because bullet holes dont help much with the air conditioning bill. Give It Back: A man in Northeast Columbia attempted to steal items from a gas station and assaulted one of the clerks when confronted. A clerk approached the suspect and asked him to return the items, at which point the suspect picked up random stuff in the store and started throwing it at the clerk. So whats the lesson that you should never approach someone suspected of stealing unless you have a baseball catchers mask?
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Jerico Yackee, 41, of Cleveland, was working on the roof of a Lark Street home and started arguing with someone who was watching him, Capt. Ed Hassing of the Lakewood police department said. Yackee then started firing at the victim with his nail gun, Hassing said. The victim’s girlfriend reported the incident, a police report said. The victim suffered minor injuries, Hassing said, and police determined Yackee had been drinking prior to the incident. Yackee was charged with felonious assault and public intoxication, a police report said.
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