A Woman on Meth Sets Her Apartment on Fire, Falls Through a Ceiling, and Steals a Cop Car
Apparently, when this woman does meth, it turns her into Jason Bourne. The fire department in Alexandria, Minnesota got a call to an apartment on Sunday night, and when they got there, they saw a small fire in the living room, and the place was empty. Or so they thought. It turns out 35-year-old Jennifer Hillard had set the fire but then hid inside her ceiling tiles when they showed up. And she managed to crawl through the ceiling into the laundry room next door. Unfortunately for her, she crashed through to the floor and some cops caught her. She was high on meth and had a pipe on her, so they arrested her, cuffed her, and put her in the back of a cop car. But as they were finishing up at the apartment, she managed to get her hands out, squeeze through the divider into the front seat, and drive off in the cop car. She wound up doing 120 miles-an-hour in a chase that finally ended when some Minnesota state troopers got spike strips down. Jennifer was charged with arson, theft, fleeing, driving while impaired, possession of a controlled substance, reckless driving, and speeding. Get more here.
A Guy Vandalizes 100 Cars, But Spray Paints His Name on Two of Them
This guy wound up getting arrested because he was either so vain or so absent-minded that he accidentally doodled his own name in the wrong place. A 29-year-old guy named Robanson Nicolas from Lake Worth, Florida vandalized almost 100 CARS on Friday. He spray painted some of them, slashed the tires, and broke the windows. But it was really that spray painting that got him. Because he wrote “Robanson” on one car and “Nicolas” on another one. The cops connected the dots that maybe a guy named Robanson Nicolas was behind all this, and when they ran that name, they got his address, and arrested him for criminal mischief. Get more here.
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