Let's start with the Word...CAR.
Well....to be more specific, we are talking about a crazy man carrying a gun in a car.
Most of us have seen an erratic driver but have you ever pulled up along side of one, only to see a gun pointed at you.
David Kolloar was driving on Interstate 75 in Madison County, Kentucky on Monday and noticed a car driving in and out of the emergency lane. The car at one point was appearing to swerve into another car on it's left. David pulled out his phone and started taping the situation. He thought that he would have documentation available so he could call the police.
What he didn't expect was as he moved forward the erratic driver got next to him and lowered the window.
David hit his brakes to miss getting shot at. When he safely got off the road he called the authorities.
He said he wasn't trying to be a vigilante but he was worried about the safety of himself and others on the road. His actions did lead the police to track down the gun toting driver. Investigators found Dr. Perrin Dobyns in Indiana where he was arrested.
Police credit Kollar for the quick arrest because of the video and his awareness to get the man's license plate. The rest, they said, fell into place after they were able to confirm the man's identity and vehicle with Indiana State Police.
"We're not sure where he was coming from, and he had about another hour-and-a-half to two hour drive back home. So, there's no telling what actually could've happened after he left Madison County," said Trooper Robert Purdy of the Kentucky State Highway Patrol.
Police tell us that Dobyns works at the Branchville Correctional Facility, in Branchville, Indiana. WKYT contacted a local Sheriff's office who told us that Dobyns is actually the prison's doctor.
(Update: On Tuesday the doctor was returned to Kentucky and charged. He was to appear in court on Wednesday.)
How ironic is that...the gun toting doctor worked for a prison. BUT according to the reports, they fired him. Clearly going from being a prison doctor to being a prisoner, isn't the ideal career path.
Cleaning Up the Evidence
Charles Marqull Williams was charged Wednesday with burglary in Oklahoma County District Court for
Police said the suspect broke into the home, took several items, and used the bathroom before taking off.
Unflushed feces and a used piece of toilet paper on the floor were found at the scene. (on the floor, really??...Oink, Oink)
Police matched DNA found in the messy bathroom to Williams
How embarrassing for Charles, to have to admit "not flushing" got him thrown in the can. TSK TSK...but aren't we curious if when the cops told him how they found him did he say "OH CRAP!.
And Last but Not the Least (crazy that is) is the Word Cheating
A married man reported that he had been robbed during a sexual encounter with a prostitute. She, allegedly, picked his pocket of $9000.00 during a sexual act. Evidently his attention was diverted at the time.
According to the Brisbane Court documentation, Navnish Bansai was approached while he was eating
They chatted a bit, negotiated a price and then proceeded to get into Boansai's car and drove to New Farm Park.
According to the victim, he claims that while the hooker was providing him with a service, she stole the 9K from his jacket pocket. She then got out of the car and ran across the soccer fields.
Bansai, who represented himself in court said the reason he had so much cash is that he had taken the money out of his wife's checking account to buy himself a new car. The prosecuting attorney in the case said it was a "doozie" of a story.
The woman was located and Bansai got most of his money back but then.... he was arrested and charged with public solicitation of a prostitute.
Isn't there an old saying that a person who represents himself in court has a fool for a client? What a great example. What a fool!! I wonder if he will represent himself in the divorce hearing as well? (that's just a guess on my part.)