The Klement’s Racing Italian Sausage went barhopping in Cedarburg recently, delighting patrons and posing for photos. The only problem: No one can say who was wearing the $3,000 costume, which had just been stolen from the city’s Winter Festival. The 7-foot-long weenie was lying unused in a backroom at the Milwaukee Curling Club’s new Cedarburg location during a fundraiser on Feb. 16 with beer-tasting and curling, and a witness saw the sausage walk out of the south door about 7:45 p.m., … “We thought it was funny at the time,” Detective Jeff Vahsholtz said. “Now we’re just hoping someone returns it.”
WTSP: A Highlands County man is recovering after police say he was shot by an unlikely suspect: his pet dog. 35-year-old Gregory Dale Lanier was driving with his pet pooch on Saturday when the dog kicked a .380 pistol that was on the truck’s floor. … No attempted murder charges are expected for Fido; police have ruled the shooting accidental. Sebring Police Commander Steve Carr says he never heard of a case like this before.
Over the past year, in fact, [Robert] Smith has been summonsed, arrested and taken to court for disorderly conduct for “loud whistling.”
Smith is now free to whistle, but only under one unusual condition: He has to keep walking while he whistles. … ”It just got to the point last summer where the complaints just mounted,” said Trish McAllister, the city’s neighborhood prosecutor, who is charged with prosecuting quality of life issues. “He’s so loud.”
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An Arizona woman who knew she couldn’t compete head on with her neighbor’s elaborate Christmas light display is attracting attention for her response.
Using red and green lights, Kristina Green of Maricopa spelled out the word “ditto” and made an arrow pointing toward her neighbor’s home.
A former barge worker has admitted his role in a foiled plot to abduct, extort and electrocute a wealthy man in a scheme investigators say borrowed elements from a television show and sought to blame the killing on the intended victim’s cat.
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A Monday argument over the cable television show The Walking Dead ended with a Long Island man firing a bullet into the back of his girlfriend because she would not take the possibility of a real zombie attack seriously.
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Mitchell told the judge he likes smoking weed and staying off it so he could stay out of prison would be “a challenge.”
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World’s Tallest Mohawk Spotted In Washington Square
It stands 3 feet and 8.6 inches high, and takes Kazuhiro Watanabe more than 2 hours to sculpt into its final shape.