Police spotted a fire crew hooking their hose into a hydrant and filling a private swimming pool with water, authorities said.
Martin Luther King Jr.
Civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. was arrested by Alabama police in February 1956 for his part in the Montgomery bus boycotts. He served a brief stint in jail. King was sentenced again two years later for civil disobedience and ordered jail time, but he never served it thanks to a public official who opted to pay the fines instead (and avoid King's notorious publicity).