Published: March 29, 2012 | News Blog | 714 Clicks
A man who said he found a set of car keys on the floor of a local nightclub and then drove away in the car is facing felony charges.
Law enforcement was first alerted that the vehicle was missing after the owner started looking for her car keys and realized she didn't have them, according to the Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office arrest report.
Two Cabbage Patch dolls, one Chatty Cathy and three other dolls, along with a storage box, were reported missing after a padlock was cut in the basement storage area of a Fisher Road apartment complex.
Louisville Division of Police detectives later dropped a felony charge against Brock Lesnar, the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) champion, after arresting him in January 2001 for illegally possessing steroids. According to official reports, the 26-year-old athlete allegedly received and opened a parcel that authorities said contained a "large amount of steroids." The 295-pound former college wrestling champion had been in Kentucky training at a WWE facility at the time. Charges were dismissed when tests determined that the seized pills were not steroids. Lesnar's attorney asserted the pills were a type of vitamin. The attorney clarified that authorities were apologetic for the mix-up. Investigators did not clarify how they determined the parcel potentially contained illicit substances.