He may have been speeding, but a Florida man claims an Orange County sheriff's deputy stole his Xbox instead of giving him a ticket.
Kenyatta Hillman says he was driving with a friend when deputies pulled him over for speeding. The officers searched the car after smelling what they said was marijuana, but couldn't find anything but an Xbox and a few games. The officers, who suspected it was stolen, confiscated the gaming system.
Hillman was told he could get the Xbox back when he produced a receipt and the box it came in. When he did, Hillman was told by officers that they couldn't find it in their evidence room.
Later, however, the sergeant handling the case said he would give the Xbox back to Hillman on Friday, because he is "busy" during the week.
Hillman claimed that he was only stopped in the first place because he was poor and because of the way he looked.
Read more: WFTV.com
Postal Worker Accused of Smoking, Dealing Crack
Let's just say that she wasn't just delivering the mail.
A Wisconsin mail carrier was arrested this week after police spotted her bringing crack to her daughter and even smoking it in the back of her mail truck.
Sandra Lee Winkler, 51, a Postal Service employee for eight years, reportedly admitted to police that she had been smoking crack daily for the past few years and sometimes smoked in the back of her truck for privacy.
Winkler was charged with one count of delivery of a controlled substance. She remains on unpaid leave from the Postal Service while the case is pending.
Read more: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Take That, Repo Man
State police are looking for a Delaware man who drove his car off a tow truck Saturday as a repossession worker tried to tow it away.
Police said a 37-year-old man came out of his home to find a worker from Complete Auto Recovery putting his car on a tow truck. Police spokesman Sgt. Joshua Bushweller said the man interfered when the worker attached a chain to the car and put it on the truck's lift.
Bushweller said the man then got into the car, put it in reverse — despite warnings that he could tear off the bumper — and drove off.
Police said an arrest warrant has been issued charging the man with one misdemeanor count of reckless endangerment. (AP)
Read more: The Wilmington News Journal
Smuggled Sausage in a Dirty Diaper
Customs inspectors scored the makings of a barbecue when a 21-year-old South Texas woman declared several soiled baby diapers at a U.S.-Mexico border crossing.
Suspicious of the chunky diapers, inspectors with U.S. Customs and Border Protection at the international bridge in Hidalgo found several links of spicy pork sausage, or chorizo, inside. The diapers had been folded to look soiled, according to a customs agency statement.
The Mission resident, who was not identified after the Friday night incident, was fined $300 and her chorizo was seized. (AP)
Rock Out With Your Church Break-In
Police in Connecticut said they snared a 47-year-old man who broke into a local church to play the drums. Police said Michael Smith, of Weston, was driving by the Holy Ghost Deliverance Church on Monday afternoon when he spotted a drum set through its window.
He was charged with criminal trespass and breach of peace after allegedly breaking into the church, where officers found him in a spirited solo after the church's alarm system went off.
Smith is scheduled for arraignment Nov. 5 in Bridgeport Superior Court. A telephone listing was not available for him. (AP)
Compiled by FOXNews.com's Tom Durante.
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