A Woman Says Her Cousin Set Her Garage on Fire, Because He Wanted to be With Her
A CBS station in Youngstown, Ohio sent a reporter down the road to Leavittsburg last week, to check out a fire that started in a garage and spread to two houses. The garage belonged to a woman named Heather Tenney who was willing to talk on camera. And the reporter accidentally got a great scoop from her. When he asked her if she knew how the fire started, she told him her cousin did it. Why? Quote, “He’s mad because he can’t get with me. I’m married to my husband, he already put him in the hospital once last month.” As far as we know, her cousin hasn’t been arrested yet. Get more here.
A Woman has Been Banned From ALL Walmart Stores
A shoplifter was banned from entering any Walmart store in the U.S. by a municipal Judge. The woman is Johanna Cassimore, 64, of New Jersey, and she thinks the ruling was “stupid” and that she already defied it. “It was stupid. I disagree and I’m appealing it. The judge can’t say that. He doesn’t own Walmart.” Cassimore has pleaded guilty to shoplifting and was sentenced to 10 hours of community service and ordered to pay $258 in fines. Judge Brian Levine barred her from entering another Walmart in the U.S. But Cassimore told The News she wouldn’t abide by the ruling, and claimed “I already have. No one knows me at any other Walmarts, I won’t shop at the one (where she was arrested) anymore. I’m not stupid.” Cassimore signed a piece of paper at the Walmart saying she wouldn’t go to a Walmart. When asked why she signed the paper if she hadn’t done anything wrong, she replied “because I’m stupid.” She added she didn’t know what was written on the paper she signed. “I go to Walmart all the time,” she said. “It’s a good place.” Get more here.