Teens Live Streamed Ice Cream Theft
Two teens are accused of theft after they live streamed their thievery on the Twitter app Periscope. The Weber County Sheriff’s Office said they received a call from someone watching the stream that showed two 16-year-old boys breaking into a semi-truck at 4300 West and 1150 South in West Weber. The driver confirmed that his truck had been broken into. The truck was full of ice cream, which the teens stole, and randomly placed at people’s front doors as gifts. Get more here.
Confused Meth User Calls Cop to Complain About his Cousin
Jonathan Potzler, 28, called 911 Saturday afternoon saying he was in the Walmart parking lot and a woman he didn’t know refused to get out of his car. He also told the dispatcher he believed he was in Arizona. When police arrived, they found Potzler and Jazmin Elguezabal, 21, who said she was Potzler’s cousin. According to arrest documents, it didn’t take long for the pair to confess to carrying drugs. The packages of crystal meth investigators found resemble huge foil-wrapped breakfast burritos covered in slime. Police said grease and other agents were used on the packages to throw off drug-sniffing dogs. Potzler and Elguezabal were both charged with multiple felonies. Get more here.
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