August 07, 2019
- Florida Boy Calls 911 To Order A Pizza Because He Was Hungry:A Florida boy called 911 to report that he was hungry and wanted a pizza. What he ended up getting was a lesson in proper emergency call etiquette. The Sanford Police Departmentposted on their Facebook page that a very hungry elementary grade-schooler called 911 last Friday in hopes of getting a pizza delivered to his house. Three officers responded to the home in Orlando for a well-being check. They met with the boy and his older sister, who told them they were fine and that her brother used the phone without her knowledge. The officers explained that the 911 system is only for emergencies. Then they went to Pizza Hut and brought a large pizza back to the house anyway. The boy is reportedly not hungry anymore.
- Man Says He Smokes THC In Preparation For Jesus's Return:A man who was pulled over by police admitted to smoking THC but had a really valid reason. The man said he smoked it in order, “to get himself ready because Jesus was returning." Carlos Guillenwas in the driver’s seat of a parked vehicle when police pulled up. When they approached the car the interior smelled of booze.A half empty bottle of Hennessy cognac was in the passenger seat and a cup that looked to contain the booze was in a cup holder. When Carlos was asked for his driver’s license, he handed over a vape pen that he said contained THC. That's when he explained to the officers why he was smoking the THC. The man was arrested on a DUI charge and taken to jail where breath tests measured his blood alcohol content at 0.211 and 0.219, more than double the legal limit of 0.08.
- Attorney Wants Jurors Who Won't Judge Client's Face Tattoos:Some people end up regretting having gotten a tattoo. One man, in particular, is most likely regretting covering
- his entire face with one.A defense attorney for a man charged with murder wants jurors who won't judge his client because of his face and neck tattoos, which include devil horns and skull teeth. The attorney says that most of the potential jurors' he spoke with on Monday said they don't have a problem withWilliam Bottoms Jr.'s tattoos. His client is charged with second-degree murder in the 2017 deaths of two men.Megan Marie Gaylordwas his girlfriend and is scheduled to testify for prosecutors. She told investigators that the four of them did drugs together before a paranoid Bottoms Jr killed the men. The defendant's twin brother was killed in April by Mississippi authorities they tried to arrest him for being a felon in possession of a gun. The brothers had several matching face tattoos. The judge hasn't ruled on the motion yet.