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This edition of Stolen from the Headlines covers a guy who went for a Sunday drive at the airport, a couple who threw their gas grill in the back seat before takeoff, the usual citizens who had world news to report, and a guy who somehow managed to total two parked cars.

Down at the Runway
Originally reported by

Slidell, Louisiana, police have arrested a man who was driving erratically and doing “donuts” on the Slidell airport runway. Officers were called to the airport just before noon on Sunday.

According to police, witnesses say 49-year-old John Robertson of Kilmichael, Mississippi, drove his pickup truck onto the runway and began doing “donuts".” Afterward, the truck became stuck in a ditch.

When officers arrived on scene, he told them that he was “just being stupid.” Robertson was arrested for reckless operation of a motor vehicle. Officials at the Slidell airport are working to determine how Robertson got onto the runway.

“Just being stupid” seems to cover it.

Maybe Not a Good Time for a Smoke
Originally reported by

The Orlando Police tweeted that a gas grill being transported in a car exploded when a passenger lit a cigarette.

The driver and his wife had a gas grill in the back seat of their Kia Sorrento in Orlando, Florida. The grill was turned on and the propane tank was open and connected, according to News13. The vehicle continued moving after the explosion and crashed into a pole.

The couple was transported to the hospital and treated for burns but suffered no life-threatening injuries.

Through no fault of their own.

Flathead Happenings
Originally reported by Flathead Beacon

7:12 a.m. Two horses were going for a morning walk down the middle of the road in Kila.
9:37 a.m. A Kalispell man took issue with his neighbors constantly hitting golf balls into his field.
11:45 a.m. A woman in sweatpants was telling anyone who would listen to her in a local parking lot about how “everyone is going to die” because of the aliens in the sky.
12:32 p.m. A Columbia Falls man lost two guns.
2:53 p.m. A Kalispell man got a tattoo that he now regrets, and the man who gave it to him refuses to give him his money back. The tattoo artist is also calling the man names now.
2:59 p.m. A Columbia Falls man reported that there were rabbits on his property and no one was providing them with food or water.
3:55 p.m. Someone removed a security camera from its perch and erased the memory card.
4:58 p.m. A Kalispell woman was arguing with herself.
7:08 p.m. A Kalispell man received a call from someone saying that he urgently needed access to his computer. The man gave the caller information to access his computer, and now he believes that he had been hacked because he’s seeing a lot of web pages that he doesn’t want to see. He doesn’t know how to resolve the issue, although he notes that he was planning on buying a new computer soon anyway.
8 p.m. Someone in Kalispell wanted the “tweaker” motor home off their property.
10:17 p.m. A Kalispell man inquired about getting his handcuffs back.

Bentley, Rolls-Royce Update
Originally reported by Yahoo! News

Police reports indicate a 32-year-old man has been arrested after he allegedly rammed his car into two luxury vehicles at a Washington car dealership, causing more than $500,000 in damage.

Police say officers responded to Bellevue Bentley on Sunday night and detained the Seattle man. They found a Bentley and a Rolls-Royce significantly damaged. The dealership owner said the estimated value of both was over $500,000.

Two witnesses told police that they saw the driver of a Honda ram the unoccupied parked cars multiple times. Police say the suspect told officers he had not slept in about three days and that he may have had a panic attack. The dealership owner told police that the cars would likely be a total loss. The suspect was arrested for malicious mischief.

We suspect the sleepless Seattle man’s panic attack occurred after he heard about the $500,000 in damage.

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