Police in Tennessee arrest intoxicated zombie shouter
Police in Clarksville have arrested a man who stumbled around a woman’s yard, repeatedly yelling, “Zombies.”
The Leaf-Chronicle reported police went to a home after the woman who lived there called them late Saturday.
Officers said they found 22-year-old David Cunningham shouting about zombies and smelling strongly of alcohol.
He had slurred speech, bloodshot eyes and — said the police report — wasn’t making sense.
He was charged with public intoxication.
Soda spills, freezes on Pa. road when rigs crash
Everyone knows soda can be bad for your teeth. Sometimes, it apparently can threaten the morning commute, too.
Police say two tractor-trailers collided on U.S. Route 422 outside Reading, Pa., around 12:40 a.m. Tuesday.
The Reading Eagle reports one of the trucks was carrying 2-liter bottles of soda.
Hundreds of gallons of sugary drink spilled onto the highway and froze in the frigid early morning temperatures.
Those slick conditions from the crash ended up shutting down the roadway in Exeter Township for more than five hours.
Traffic was detoured until the road reopened shortly after 6 a.m.
Man who rode horse into church seeks forgiveness
Harold Goode’s most recent visit to a Casey County church was more humble than his first.
WLEX-TV reported Goode stood before the congregation of Ellisburg Baptist Church on Sunday to ask for forgiveness.
In 2010, Goode rode into the church on horseback in the middle of a sermon, armed with a gun and drunk. The pastor called police, and Goode was arrested.
On Sunday, Goode told church members he asked the Lord for forgiveness and pleaded for theirs as well.
The pastor said church members accepted Goode’s apology, and he believes Goode might join the congregation.