Yo Quiero Jail Cell? – Redneck Headlines
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Here are today's Redneck Headlines:
#1 - LIPSTICK ON HIS COLLAR
#2 - YO QUIERO JAIL CELL?
#3 - A LOT ON HER PLATE
It may take an Iowa man a while to make up with his local police department after he called their emergency line to ask for help - because a woman in his home was wearing makeup.
Harold Lee Patterson actually hung up after dialing 911 and staying on the line silent for a few moments, but he stayed on long enough for the call to be traced. When cops arrived at his home, a visibly intoxicated Patterson told them he'd placed the call because a woman in his house had put on lipstick.
Source: Cedar Falls Courier
A Taco Bell employee in Florida has found himself on the receiving end of a beef from cops after refusing to make a run for the border at the drive-thru window and trashing the restaurant instead.
Joshua Fisher got saucy after his manager warned him to speed up in taking orders, then really flipped out when the manager shoved him out of the way to do the job himself. The 18-year-old began issuing threats and threw utensils, condiments and condiment holders around the kitchen, causing enough damage to require a one-hour shutdown of the joint.
Fisher remains jailed on charges of battery and criminal damage.
Source: The Smoking Gun
A dopey drug mule served herself up to investigating agents on a plate -- a license plate with the vanity imprint "SMUGLER."
In case the feds didn't catch on to that subtle clue, Jasmin Klair decided to complete her transaction for 24 pounds of cocaine at a hotel near the Canadian border, called The Smuggler's Inn.
As the agents began questioning Klair, she started getting text messages with explicit instructions of how the deal was supposed to go down. The authorities took control of the situation and ended up arresting her two accomplices.
The owner of the Smuggler's Inn, which stands less than 150 yards from the border, says more than 50 people have been arrested there on drug charges in the past year.