Law Enforcement Arrest of the Day

I bet officers wish all arrests were this easy! (Via LIVELEAK)

...Eezy Peezy - 1,2,3

A Costco store called 911 to suspected shoplifters Wednesday, March 14 at 5:30 p.m. Loss prevention officers told police they recognized the suspects from a previous shoplifting incident. The suspects ran out the fire exit last time.

When officers arrived on scene, they noticed a black Toyota backed up to those same fire doors. An 18-year-old woman was at the wheel. They blocked the car from leaving. Police figured the shoplifters were repeating their previous theft, so they waited outside the emergency exit.

At 6:04 p.m., a 30-year-old man and a 21-year-old woman kicked the doors open. They exited the building with stolen property in their hands only to find police mere feet away.

Police booked the 18-year-old woman and the 21-year-old woman for investigation of theft. They booked the 30-year-old man for investigation of robbery. Officers found a 7-inch knife on the male suspect.

After further investigation, it was discovered that the suspects allegedly stole from another Costco earlier that same day. The stolen property is valued at $2,200.

Wanna See/Feel Christmas Spirit?

….Give It a Second to Load….

Melanie Wilson explains how she helped a gentleman and his family on Christmas Eve 2016. Truly amazing!

Best “Cease And Desist ” Order Ever – Budweiser

Hilarious! This is from THE DAILY CALLER:

Budweiser sent Modist Brewing in Minnesota what might be the coolest cease and desist letter in the history of America.

ESPN’s Darren Rovell tweeted out a video of a man dressed in medieval attire reading off a clever cease and desist letter about Modist Brewing’s new beer, which appears inspired by the famous Bud Light commercials.

“AWESOME: Minnesota craft brewer @ModistBrewing created a ‘Dilly Dilly’ beer, so Bud Light responded by sending a medieval town-crier to respond,” Rovell tweeted Sunday night.

Standing Up Or Sitting Down?

This blew my mind. I had no idea about half the people I meet were not taught to wipe properly. I want to write a potty training book for adults. I went to Barnes and Noble and looked at every potty-training book there was there. I even bought this book, “So You Think You Can Wipe.” (Notice the cover?) Not a single book showed kids standing up wiping their ass. Thank you to the Woody Show for broaching the topic.