TODAY’S GENIUS AWARD GOES TO . . . . . . .
Stephanie Dasko, 34, who violated her Walmart ban all because “The cake Walmart sells is too good to stay away.”
The Pennsylvania woman had a court-ordered ban at Walmart for a previous infraction.
When employees spotted her again they contacted police.
Police asked her why she violated her no trespassing order and she said, “The cake Walmart sells is too good to stay away.”
She was given a no-trespassing citation.
AND THEN THERE’S …..
A 41-year-old New Jersey man, who learned if you’re gonna steal a cash register, don’t leave your wallet behind and then go back for it.
While investigating the break-in and theft at Mavis Discount Tire, police found a wallet that reportedly belonged to a former employee.
A few hours later, officers responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle.
Police learned the two men in the car were looking for a lost wallet.
Police arrested the pair on charges associated with the break-in.
OR HOW ABOUT …..
A bar in Council Bluffs, Iowa, whose “Twerking Olympics” caused a brawl that led to the arrest of six Iowa Western Community College students.
The incident occurred after more than one hundred people gathered in-front of the bar for an event known as “Twerking Olympics.”
A fight broke out an police were called.
This lead to a second disturbance at the Iowa Western dormitories and included some members of Iowa Western’s football team.
Chairs in the lobby area were thrown, and the glass in the building’s front door was smashed out.
Some of the participants used tear gas, while others were seen using blunt objects.
As police arrived, the crowds began to disperse.
Don Kohler, Iowa Western Vice-President of Marketing and Public Relations, said six of them are students and they have been disciplined.
OKAY, ONE MORE …..
Father of the Year candidate Cody Hulse, 25 who was arrested for selling heroin to people that came to see his newborn baby in a Pittsburgh area hospital maternity ward.
Police stopped a vehicle and found heroin and paraphernalia.
The occupants told police they had just bought the drugs from Hulse at Excela Health Westmoreland hospital.
Police went to the maternity room and confronted Hulse, who acknowledged selling the drugs and who had heroin in his pocket.
Police say Hulse’s girlfriend, the baby’s mother, told them she didn’t know about the drug deals.
Hulse was arraigned on charges of heroin delivery and endangering the welfare of children.