Something’s Fishy Here – Redneck Headlines
Here are today’s Redneck Headlines:
#1 – A NEW KIND OF MONEY LAUNDERING
#2 – SOMETHING’S FISHY HERE
#3 – H-2-OH WHAT A DOPE!
A Cleveland-area woman trying to make a tidy profit ended up busted for breaking-and-entering after she busted into a stranger’s house and cleaned the place without permission — leaving a bill for her services behind.
Sue Warren didn’t even try to make a clean getaway her invoice included her name, address and phone number, as well as details of what she’d done in the home. The house’s owner wasn’t there during the cleaning binge, which included vacuuming, taking out the trash and straightening up a child’s playroom.
When Sherry Bush called, thinking that Warren went to the wrong house by mistake, she was told, “I do this all the time … just stop by and clean your house.” Warren has done it at least once before, earning a criminal trespassing citation for her trouble. (WALB)
Cops reeled in an Austrian man on charges of poaching after catching him with a cooler filled with illegally-snagged fish, but the angler insists he got them fair and square — at a supermarket.
Alexander Donninger tried to worm his way out of the charge by explaining that he was actually a lousy fisherman who always buys frozen trout and tries to impress his family by passing them off as freshly-caught.
The officials didn’t bite, however, and Donninger is on the hook, pending trial. (UPI)
An Arizona man’s lack of liquid assets landed him behind bars after he sneaked onto the property of an acquaintance and stole two large containers of water from the family’s pool.
A security camera spotted Manuel Ovalle entering the backyard of the home in order to fill two dark-colored bags with the pool water which he told cops he needed because he no longer had running water at his own home.
Ovalle also pilfered a PlayStation 3, which means that he managed to pay his electric bill, even if he did stiff the water company. (KPHO)