We have a feeling that he would have picked something different to eat if he knew he was about to get caught!
Timothy Black was wanted for shoplifting, stealing a car, as well as aggravated domestic assault, and decided to hide out in a closet until he was caught!
McMinn County Sheriff Joe Guy got a tip that Black was hiding in a house, which had "Welcome To This House" painted in the front, so he got permission, looked inside, and found the man chowing down on a salad.
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) for the whole wacky story!
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Lena Dunham was one of the first celebs to publicly speak out in defense of Dylan Farrow after her powerful open letter full of abuse allegations against Woody Allen…
And while the Girls star is still in full support of Miz Farrow's brave moment, she IS also defending the director/writer's work!
In a new interview, Lena is revealing her frustrations with people that are trying to find references of child molestation in Woody's old movie scripts, narratives, etc—convinced it will lead them to clues of his troubled past and present!
Infuriated, she confesses:
Tags: art, child molestation, convict, dylan farrow, evidence, lena dunham, mark maron, molestation, woody allen, wtf podcast
Chris Brown is alienating Canada… one corporation and mayor at a time!
Hours after the singer's probation was revoked for his alleged involvement in a hit-and-run earlier this year, things went from bad to worse for Chris Brown when another sponsor dropped him!!
Today Centre for Arts and Technology-Halifax announced its withdrawal of sponsorship from the musical festival he is scheduled to headline on August 31.
Via Facebook, this statement was released:
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We previously mentioned that Mike Tyson was going to play a murderer on Law & Order: SVU.
We also mentioned that an outraged rape survivor started a petition on Change.org asking that NBC not cast a convicted rapist on their show.
Well Tyson has finally spoken out, saying:
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Ew! This is beyond sick — so we kind of hope this is a bunch of b.s. — but O.J. Simpson is reportedly trying to auction off the knife he used to kill Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman!
The murder weapon was never found and ended up being a key component of his acquittal, so it's worth about about $5 million to somebody out there.
A source says the convict — currently serving time for armed robbery — wants to keep the deal on the down low and explained:
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Wow. Well there's certainly a first time everything then!
Randall Lee Church spent 26 years in a Texas prison for the murder of another man when he was 18, but apparently, when he was released in April of 2011, the real world wasn't to his liking, so he decided that the only way to get back behind bars was to commit another crime - and burned a house a down!
Only 96 days after being released, re-acclimating to the modern world was just too difficult for him, so he set an abandoned house on fire, pled guilty to arson, and willingly went back into custody!
Tags: acclimation, arson, convict, guilty, murder, randall lee church, released, texas
Injustice is served.
Yesterday, we were thrilled to see how many people were taking a stand and speaking out in an attempt to save 42-year-old Georgia native/death row convict Troy Davis from the death penalty.
As a reminder, Troy was accused of killing Savannah police officer Mark MacPhail in 1989, but many believe there was too much doubt to warrant an execution.
Tags: convict, death penalty, executed, georgia, injustice, jon lewis, justice system, mark macphail, police officer, rhonda cook, supreme court, too much doubt, troy davis