January 30th, Orange City, Florida
A 19-year-old man was arrested on drug paraphenalia possession charges while driving a tow truck. Police say dispatchers overheard a conversation about drugs on their radios and one of the men involved mentioned the word Harry and said he was driving a tow truck. Police pulled over the suspect a few minutes later, searched the tow truck and found a crack pipe. Police say the man wasn't hard to find, since the sign on the side of the tow truck read "Harry's Towing."
January 6th Hungry Horse, Montana
A man who called to ask for police assistance indicated that he could not physically detach his drunken girlfriend from himself. The man told police that his girlfriend was really drunk and would not let go of him.
January 11th Steamboat Springs, Colorado
Officers helped a drunken man who was jaywalking and got stuck in the snow on a median. The man was given a ride across the street by police.
December 19th Evergreen, Montana
A man called police to report that his ex-wife attempted to run him over in a parking lot. At the time of the call he did not want to press charges against the ex-wife because they were grocery shopping together.
December 17th Athens, Georgia
Police were called to the scene of a domestic dispute between a woman and her naked boyfriend who were embroiled in an argument about “Democrats and Republicans. When asked why he was naked, the boyfriend explained he had just lost at a game of strip beer pong.
December 12th Rome, Georgia
A 27-year-old man named Bill Cook was arrested after a manager at the Wendy's restaurant on Martha Berry Boulevard complained that he was acting strange and disturbing other customers. When police asked for the man’s ID, he provided bogus information. In a search, officers found a note in his pocket, reading, "How Bill Cook intends to rob the Wendy's on Martha Berry Boulevard and get away with it," followed by lists labeled "Plan A" and "Plan B."