Thieves' Getaway Car Loaded With 4 Stolen Cows Breaks Down During Escape

Jay Lloyd’s Getaway: Avoiding Driving Hassles on Ski Vacations

I don't even want to imagine how much they struggled to squeeze the cattle into the Proton Wira motor vehicle after tranquilizing them with a blowpipe. One cow was seated in the boot while three other were piled up into the rear of the car, notes Metro . The three crooks were very uninspired when they thought that the average car can hold such a weight and they were confronted with the stupidity of their actions when the vehicle stopped working because of the load. Having no plan B, the three Malaysian thieves fled the scene of the crime leaving the four poor cows behind. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://news.softpedia.com/news/Thieves-Getaway-Car-Loaded-with-4-Stolen-Cows-Breaks-Down-During-Escape-414843.shtml

Alleged thief attempts getaway on motorized shopping cart

Say you want to ski, dine, drink, and dance with the mountain crowd without worrying about snow-clogged roads. How are you going to do it? Try a slopeside hotel! Once you reach the destination, the car stays parked until you are ready to return home. There are three significant ski-in, ski-out hotels in Pennsylvania, all with first-class restaurants, great bars, and weekend entertainment. One is as close as Berks County: Bear Creek Mountain Resort , in Macungie, Pa. You can pole from the hotels door to the ski lifts, and choose from four eateries and two bars casual to fine dining. At Liberty Mountain Hotel , near Gettysburg, you can glide straight to the lifts, sup in any of up to ten eateries, enjoy three bars, and then dance the night away to local musicians. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2014/01/09/jay-lloyds-getaway-avoiding-driving-hassles-on-ski-vacations/

There's speed, there's action, and it usually makes for great television. Unless, of course, the criminal is making their getaway on a shopping cart . That's what police said Laurie Ruth Chester was attempting. She's being accused of going on a crime spree that includes grabbing money from a Subway sandwich shop tip jar, robbing two other businesses, and finally stealing a motorized shopping cart full of goods from a Home Depot store in Warrenton, Oregon. Of course, the police were hot on her trail, but they didn't find the alleged criminal mastermind until she had ridden the shopping cart onto the highway. Yes, that's right, her daring getaway plan apparently included riding a glorified scooter north on US Highway 101. Don't over-think it, that plan probably only makes sense to her. Suffice to say, police didn't have to speed to catch up to her. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.boston.com/news/source/2014/01/alleged_thief_attempts_getaway_on_motorized_shopping_cart.html

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