It was a small town and the patrolman was making his evening rounds...
As he was checking a used car lot, he came upon two little old ladies sitting in a used car. He stopped and asked them why they were sitting there in the car. Were you trying to steal it? "Heavens no, we bought it." "Then why don't you drive it away." "We can't drive." "Then why did you buy it?" "We were told that if we bought a used car here we'd get screwed... so we're just waiting.
The glass to a snack machine in the Knott Hall commuter lounge was reported by a Loyola student to be broken. Campus Police responded and removed all remaining snacks.
Former Met and Yankee pitcher Dwight Gooden has had several run-ins with the law. In August 2005, he was charged with a felony after fleeing from Florida police during a DUI stop. He turned himself three days later, only to be charged with misdemeanor DUI and resisting arrest. He was held without bail. Gooden was also charged with misdemeanor domestic battery in March. According to official reports, he punched his girlfriend in the face. In February 2002, the former All-Star was charged with drunk driving; in June that same year he received probation after pleading guilty to a reduced charge of reckless driving.