Friday, January 27, 2012

WATCH: Bus Halts News Conference; Man Dies, No One Notices For a Year; Kraft Foods Admits Capri Sun Juice Pouches Contain Mold

This morning in Cincinnati, an official was holding a new conference about the collapse at the city's casino construction site that sent more than a dozen construction workers to area hospitals. But the presser was interrupted by a bus driver who crashed into a news truck then let the reporters and officials know they caused the accident. That driver, identified as Joann Searles, hopped out of the bus and told those gathered: "If this group of people would have moved out of my way I would not have ran into this truck. We still have a job to do, and I understand you all got a job to do, but I still got a job to do, I got passengers on this bus." With that said, the presser was moved to another location.

Last Sunday, someone broke into Blocker's Fine Foods -- a popular diner in Springfield, Georgia -- stealing a few hundred dollars. Police have no leads, but the restaurant owner is offering 16 pieces of fried chicken monthly, fries, coleslaw, dinner rolls and sweet tea free for a year to whoever comes forward with information leading to the arrest of those responsible.

Don't be a donkey. Don't post photos of your new Air Jordans to your Facebook page while you're almost 7,000 miles away home.

The world is going to sh*t and the next generation is to blame. This morning in Portland, an 11-year-old boy was harassing a mother on then threatened her with a loaded .22-caliber semiautomatic handgun. (His 13-year-old friend, had a BB gun.) The 11-year-old is in jail and at his court hearing today, he cried like a little punk. Where are his parents? That's the million-dolar question. (Sidebar: This happened on the same train where a mother and her daughters beat the ish out of a 14-year-old white girl.)

You might be a donkey if you attempt to purchase 10 kilos (22 pounds) of cocaine from your dealer, while dressed in your police uniform and driving your police cruiser. This happened in Memphis, so you shouldn't be surprised. If you read us regularly, you really shouldn't be shocked. According to police, 32-year-old Melvin Robinson, who's a Memphis police officer, was arrested Thursday while trying to buy the drugs from an undercover FBI agent. If convicted, Melvin face life in prison and up to $10 million in fines. Wow!

Donald Domsky died a year ago in his Wayne, NJ home and no one noticed. Now all of his "friends" are talking to the media. Where were they for the year that his body laid decomposing in a hallway? The mailman didn't say anything, even though the 79-year-old man's mailbox was full and mail was being taken back to the post office. BTW: He had a sister who lived 11 miles away and she didn't even care. Such a shame.

Officials at Kraft Foods say the worms that have been popping up in their Capri Sun juice pouches aren't worms -- it's mold. So it's perfectly safe to drink.

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