C) An Alabama man who pretended to be a cop, and tried to arrest the mayor. The 59-year-old asked to meet with the mayor, and said he's be back to arrest the mayor when he was turned away. He's facing several charges including making terrorist threats.
June 9, 2014
A) A group of New Mexico teens who shot people cars with BB guns, then called the cops to help them. The kids got cared and called police after one of the victims drove after the teens when they shot his car. The teens were arrested.
B) A Florida man who pulled over a REAL cop -- while pretending to be one. The 20- year-old stopped a sheriff in an unmarked police car. He was charged with impersonating a police officer.
C) A Pennsylvania woman who tricked a bunch of fourth graders into eating dog treats. The woman worked in a school cafeteria and told the kids they were cookies. None of the kids were hurt and the woman has been suspended.
June 2, 2014
A) A group of New Jersey teens who made counterfeit money with the same serial number. The kids printed a bunch of 20's at home, and then spent them all over town.
B) A Washington state man who robbed a woman, then friended her on Facebook. The 28-year-old got caught when the woman noticed the robber's neck tattoo in his profile picture.
C) A New Jersey man who drove away from a traffic stop with a cop in his car. The 19-year-old was pulled over for speeding, but drove off when the cops tried to talk to him.
May 26, 2014
A) An Australian senator who brought a pipe bomb into a government hearing. The 71-year-old wanted to point out how laxed security is at the building. It was fake so he didn't get in trouble.
B) A Washington man who was driving around pant-less after his Brazilian wax. The 24-year-old said his jeans were irritating his skin after that wax, but he was arrested on suspicion of indecent exposure.
C) A South Carolina man who smacked an ice cream truck driver with a fudge bar. The man believed the driver shorted his daughter on change, and then used the fudge bar as a weapon. Police are still looking for him.
May 19, 2014
A) A Pennsylvania man who claims he broke into a home to borrow some eggs. The thief was on his way out the door when police arrived, but didn't have eggs on him. The house was ransacked, but the man said he was looking for eggs for breakfast.
B) A South Carolina woman who lost it at a Burger King because her cinnamon roll wasn't fresh enough. The woman went on a rant and threatened people after her food took too long. She left after Burger King worker said they were calling the cops.
C) A Texas woman who was pretending to be a high school student. The 31-year-old posed as an orphan to get a woman to take her in, then attended private school for months as a 15-year-old. She's charged with giving false information.
May 12, 2014
A) A Oregon bank robber who wrote his demand note on the back of a grocery receipt. Cops traced the food stamp account on it, and charged the 54-year-old with theft.
B) A Massachusetts man who used a mannequin to ride in the HOV lane. Police pulled him over for having a suspicious-looking passenger, and found the dummy in the passenger seat. He was given a ticket.
C) A Florida woman who had her neighbor's trailer bulldozed. The 62-year-old claimed she owned the mobile home, and had a land-clearing company knock it down as payback against the neighbor she didn't like. She's charged with criminal mischief.
May 5, 2014
A) A Maine teenager who decided to take a selfie with a squirrel. The noise from his phone spooked the squirrel which climbed under the back of the teen's shirt. The animal eventually scampered out and the kid wasn't hurt.
B) A New York driver who called police to tell them he'd been involved in a hit- and-run while he was high. Cops found both drivers - one was drunk and the other, who had called them, was high on illegal drugs. Both men were given tickets.