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Crazy News Stories of the Week

Here are your crazy news stories of the week!

Major Field Sobriety Test Fail

A lady in Marion County was taken to jail Thursday when deputies say she was intoxicated at a gas station and chuckled in their faces when asked if she was drunk. Deputies said 54-year-old Lori Ann Krosser staggered out of the Kangaroo Express gas station on Southwest 103rd Street in Ocala and went to her car at one of the pumps. The report said that Krosser “had very slurred speech and smelled strongly of an alcoholic beverage.” Deputies tried to do a field sobriety test, but they said Krosser was so drunk that she started stumbling in random directions and into one of the officers, deputies stated. Deputies said that when they arrested her and took her to Marion County Jail she urinated in her pants, declined to take a breathalyzer or sign any documents and confessed to owning marijuana that was discovered in her purse when she arrived. Krosser has been charged with driving under the influence, possession of marijuana and smuggling contraband into a detention facility.

http://www.wesh.com/news/deputies-marion-woman-laughed-when-asked-if-she-was-drunk/25088830#!BB83d

Man Sets off Military Style Explosive on Another Man’s Car

A DeBary man was arrested and charged with explosion of a military device on the hood of the car of an Orange City man who took his cellphone and gave it back without the SIM card that holds personal informations, Orange City police stated. 29-year-old Aaron Nesbitt who is a former employee of Mickey Finns Restaurant at 816 Saxon Blvd., was livid with 25-year-old Armanny Echevarria of Orange City over the phone occurrence, police said. So, on Sunday at 7:49 p.m., Nesbitt went to the parking lot of the restaurant where Echevarria worked and placed a military artillery simulator explosive (an M-21) on the hood of Echevarria’s car, said Orange City police spokesman Lt. Jason Sampsell.

http://www.news-journalonline.com/article/20140324/NEWS/140329698/1025?Title=Police-Man-sets-off-military-style-explosive-on-Orange-City-man-x2019-s-car

Man Confesses to Shooting of Apopka Police Officers Car

20-year-old Tyler Endsley of Apopka was arrested on Tuesday after police said he confessed to shooting up an Apopka police car at a 7-Eleven. An unidentified tip led officers to him. He told detectives he was high on Xanax and marijuana when he shot the patrol car with a 10-gauge shotgun at about 4 a.m. Sunday, department spokesman Officer Ed Chittenden stated. Police arrested Endsley on charges of attempted armed robbery, use of a firearm during a felony, displaying a firearm in public and criminal mischief.

http://articles.orlandosentinel.com/2014-03-26/news/os-apopka-police-car-shot-man-arrested-20140325_1_police-officer-patrol-car-shotgun

Couple Caught Having Sex in a Walgreens Restroom

Winter Haven Police say that at about 8:10 p.m. on Saturday, 24-year-old Christopher Mahurin and 22-year-old Jenna Lynn Frey had sex in one of the stalls of the women’s restroom at the Walgreens set at 805 Havendale Blvd. N.W. While the pair was still in the stall, a 6-year-old girl came in the bathroom while her father stood close by. Mahurin left the stall completely naked and immediately pushed the girl towards the door and she began shouting, according to police. The girl’s father, who was just outside of the restroom door, overheard the shrieks and entered the restroom to get his daughter. When officers arrived, Mahurin and Frey were in a car in the parking lot. Originally the pair denied the event saying that Frey only went in to use the restroom. Though, after additional questioning, Frey told officers that they had sex in the stall. Mahurin was retained into the Polk County Jail on charges of lewd/lascivious exhibition, indecent exposure in public, battery and knowingly driving with suspended or revoked license .

http://www.wfla.com/story/25055814/police-naked-winter-haven-man-scares-girl-6-in-walgreens-bathroom

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