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Thursday, February 21st, 2013

Feb 21, 2013 -- 9:51am

 

TODAY'S GENIUS AWARD GOES TO . . . . . . .
    Ryan McMahon Schulze, 19, and his passenger, Matthew Levi Davis, 18, who said they were bored and "just messing around" when they decided to try an iPhone app called "Police Lights" that mimics actual emergency lights and sirens. That was okay until real cops wanted to know what was going on. Too bad the app didn't come with a warning to leave your pot pipe at home. While searching the teens' truck, the officer found the marijuana pipe with a small amount of marijuana left inside. Hope they have an app for a lawyer.

AND THEN THERE'S .....
    Lydia Victoria Davenport, 21, who learned if you're driving without a license, be sure to obey all traffic rules. But if you happen to get pulled over don't give the deputy a phony name unless you're sure you can spell it. Davenport was driving recklessly and was pulled over. Since she didn't have her driver's license with her, she provided the officer with a phony name which she ultimately didn't know how to spell. Davenport was charged with Operating a Motor Vehicle without a Valid License and Giving False ID to a Law Enforcement Officer.

OR HOW 'BOUT .....
    Judy Vigor, 33, who didn't see any harm in hiring a pair of strippers for her son's 16th birthday at a bowling alley. One teen said the one stripper was a little surprised at how young everyone was at the party, but didn't seem to mind. Another teen told cops that the other stripper not only gave him a lap dance, but allegedly pulled his shirt, bit one of his nipples and scratched his chest. The birthday boy's mom now faces five misdemeanor counts of endangering the welfare of a child after the teens, including her son Reggie, received "lap dances" or other similar physical contact with the two women who were wearing just bras and panties.

OKAY, ONE MORE .....
    Javarski "JJ" Sandy, 25, who, for some reason, placed a loaded magazine from his .45-caliber Glock 21 in the oven and didn't tell anyone. Eighteen-year-old Aalaya Walker wanted some waffles, so she preheated the oven and ended up at the hospital after a round of ammunition exploded inside the oven. Sandy, who has a permit to carry a concealed weapon, confirmed Walker's story. Police did not make any arrests because Walker's wounds were "superficial."

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