Published: October 01, 2008 | News Blog | 1035 Clicks
A group of suspected thieves in Kern County may need to learn the concept of "unmarked bills."
A restaurant known as The Homestead in the high desert town of Inyokern had a tradition of customers hanging dollar bills on its walls, usually inscribing them with messages and other distinguishing details.
A victim took a burglar into custody after he entered his home on Gold Valley Drive. Officer Amy Cassidy questioned the suspect who mistakenly entered the wrong house. He was a guest at a neighbor's home. The suspect stated he was "just too drunk for his
Former kid-celebrity Edward Furlong was arrested in Kentucky in September 2004 on charges of public intoxication. Furlong and company allegedly arrived at a local grocery store in a rowdy manner and started to snatch lobsters from the store's tank. When police tried to search him, he put his hands up in the air and started to turn around in circles. Furlong was in custody only a handful of hours before posting bail and being released.