This Woman Attempted to Smuggle a Gun into Jail With Her... Well... You Know...

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Via KOAT: According to a criminal complaint, McAllister told investigators the gun was in her waistband, but the Bernalillo County deputy who interviewed her said he doubts that and believes the gun was likely in her private area.

Officer Simon Drobik said police did their best to make sure she wasn't armed before entering the jail. "We can only be so thorough, and that area is out of the question. We cannot search a body cavity," said Drobik.

An Ex-Girlfriend Got Stuck, Without Any Clothes, Down Her Old Boyfriend's Chimney

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From CBS Los Angeles:

A 35-year-old woman who tried to climb down the chimney of her estranged boyfriend's Woodcrest home early Saturday morning had to be rescued after getting stuck, according to the Riverside County Fire Department.

Homeowner Tony Hernandez said the woman, the mother of his three children, had tried around 5 a.m. to open the door of his home in the 15800 block of Rancho Viejo Drive. When she found it locked she climbed to the roof and attempted to get in through the chimney. That's when she became wedged inside the 12-by-12-inch chimney. She had apparently removed her clothes to aid her descent.

Meet the Drugged-Couple Who Got "Trapped"... in an Unlocked Closet

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From Arbroath:

John Arwood, 31, and Amber Campbell, 25, claimed they were chased into the closet at Daytona State College on Sunday, Daytona Beach police said. After two days in a Marine and Environmental Science Center janitor's closet, where police found human faeces and copper scouring pads sometimes used to smoke crack, Arwood called 911 from his cell phone, police said.

Photo of the Day: Salt Spill at Chicago Storage Facility Was Fate

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A wall of a Morton Salt storage facility in Chicago collapsed Tuesday, spilling mountains of salt onto cars in the nearby Acura dealership.

The roof bear of the building near where the accident occurred bears the Salt company's motto: "When it Rains it Pours."

The only thing that could have made this more perfect would have been if there was a pretzel factory next door instead of a car lot.

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