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Wednesday March 27, 2013

Mar 27, 2013 -- 9:34am


     Christopher Beyel, 21, who thought a red light would be the perfect time to roll a joint. However, he failed to notice the cop car in the next lane. The officer looked over at Beyel and the driver of the car in amazement as Beyel rolled marijuana into a cigar completely oblivious to the officer's presence. Soon the driver made eye contact with the officer, and she nudged Beyel. He then put the cigar down, and when the light turned green the officer puller them over. Maybe the pair wanted to reenact a scene from Cheech and Chong's "Up in Smoke?"


    A 58-year-old bride in Wisconsin, who spent her honeymoon in the slammer for allegedly stealing rings that were on display. The unidentified woman was caught on surveillance video at a La Crosse hotel and restaurant where her wedding reception was held. She took a small case displaying rings from a local jeweler that was set up near the hostess station. How'd they determine it was the bride? An employee found the bride's bra insert near where the case had been.

OR HOW 'BOUT .....

    The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), who agreed to a uniform contract with VF Imagewear, Inc., an apparel company that relies on manufacturing sites in Mexico. According to the company's 2012 annual report, VF operates manufacturing facilities in Mexico, Central and South America, the Caribbean, Europe and the Middle East. A significant percentage of denim bottoms and occupational apparel are manufactured in Mexico, as well as a smaller percentage of footwear.



    A volunteer at Christ the King Catholic Church in Alabama, who stored his medicine in one of the eggs that were hidden for children. It's not known why the volunteer decided to store the medicine in an egg while handling other eggs that were to be used for the Easter egg hunt. The church requested that parents of children who attended "immediately retrieve" the eggs and keep them in a safe place until they can be returned to the parish office and exchanged for new candy.



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