Man on Meth Breaks into Family’s Home to Steal Doughnuts & Marshmallows
Police have arrested a man after he went into a family’s Salt Lake apartment, while the children were inside, took doughnuts and marshmallows and then left. Officers said Todd J. Kingston Jr. is facing charges for burglary and public intoxication in the incident that happened at about 7 p.m. Saturday. Police said that asked Kingston what state he was in and told them he was high on methamphetamine at the time. Get the full story here.
Thieves Steal Car with a Man’s Wife’s Ashes in the Trunk
A man passing through San Francisco is making an emotional plea. The widower was on his way to Oregon to scatter his wife’s ashes when his car was stolen in the Richmond District. His wife’s ashes are in the car. The man’s car is a 1997 blue Honda Civic with New Mexico plates. It was taken from a parking space between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning at the corner of Cabrillo and 4th streets in the Inner Richmond. He is hoping someone will find the contents and turn them over to police. Get the full story here.
UPDATE: San Francisco Police Officer, Ray Kane, recovered the car. “I did what we call a grid search, I drove up and down the streets kind of surrounding where it was taken and I found it,” Kane said. Most everything is gone from inside the Honda Civic, except the one thing Hollenbeck had to find — his wife’s ashes. The thief had taken the ashes out of a bag, but then returned everything to original condition and carefully tied a knot. Hollenbeck may never find the stolen journals, musical instruments and other deeply personal items lost, but he’s gained some faith in humanity. Get the full story here.
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