Oddly Enough Features
Sweet Surrender: Detroit-area man arrested with doughnuts
REDFORD TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) -- A 21-year-old man wanted for probation violations surrendered at a suburban Detroit police station - with a dozen doughnuts for officers....
Police round up unusual suspect: young bull on soccer field
NEW YORK (AP) -- New York City police have rounded up an unusual suspect - a young bull on a soccer field....
Newspaper lands easy scoop: Corvette crashes into its office
PLEASANTVILLE, N.J. (AP) -- A New Jersey newspaper has scored an easy scoop....
Attorney: Convicted tax schemer is too fat for prison
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- The attorney for a 72-year-old Florida man who was convicted in a tax scheme is using obesity to try to keep his client out of prison....
Curiosity does in bear cubs after escape from wildlife park
RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) -- Two bear cubs that escaped from a South Dakota wildlife park didn't get far, due in part to their curiosity....
Man vows he's penniless in court; deputies find $4K on him
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- An Ohio defendant who vowed he was penniless and couldn't pay a fine now faces a big one after deputies escorting him from court found he had over $4,000 in his clothes....
Oops! Actor Bill Pullman accepts, then breaks film award
KINGSTON, N.Y. (AP) -- Bill Pullman is a bit of a klutz when it comes to holding onto a film award....
Candidate touts apparent hoax idea of drug-sniffing bunnies
PHOENIXVILLE, Pa. (AP) -- A Philadelphia-area mayoral candidate says he was serious when he vowed to investigate the use of drug-sniffing bunnies if elected - even though it appears to stem from an internet hoax....
Cops: Man tried to rob market to get money for drug fines
ALLENTOWN, Pa. (AP) -- Police say a Pennsylvania man broke into a market so he could get money to pay his court fines for marijuana possession....
2 suspected in Pennsylvania bank heist while dressed as nuns
TANNERSVILLE, Pa. (AP) -- Two women charged with robbing a pair of New Jersey banks are also suspected of trying to rob a bank in Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains while dressed as nuns....
Monday Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who was captured and held by the Taliban for five years after walking away in 2009 from his Afghanistan post, pleaded guilty to desertion and endangering comrades, some who were seriously wounded during the intensive search. Bergdahl, admitted guilt without striking a deal with prosecutors, meaning his punishment will be decided by a military judge later this month, and due to the severity of the charges, could be sentenced to life in a military prison.
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