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It’s Thursday, time for… The Consumerist Grease Blotter


Probation bracelet found at Burger King []
Tallahassee police were called to Burger King, 1600 W. Tennessee St., for a report of a suspicious package only to discover that it was part of a man’s ankle-monitor device, spokesman David McCranie of the Tallahassee Police Department said.

Overnight chase ends with car into a house [NBC13]
Neighbors heard the sounds of a high-speed chase that started at a White Castle on US 31 and Shelby Street after a suspected drunk driver rear-ended a car in the drive-through. During the 20-minute pursuit through Greenwood and Marion County, Gloria Munn, who was sleeping inside her home, didn’t hear a thing, unaware of how the chase was about to end.

Hunting for KFC gunman [Bridgeton News]
The Kentucky Fried Chicken was fully operational Monday.

Man Jailed, Accused In Taco Bell Attempted Robbery [WHIOTV]
The clerk stated that the man forced the window open and tried to get money from the cash register. The man told police that he was trying to reach for napkins.

(Photo: DoorFrame)


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  1. BarelyFitz says:

    suspicious package only to discover that it was part of a man’s ankle-monitor device

    At least there wasn’t an ankle inside the bag…

  2. overstim says:

    In case youre wondering why the riot police are guarding a McDonalds: Thats right around the corner from Fenway park. We get really… grumpy when the Sox lose to the Yankees. Not a good night to get the munchies…

  3. Cary says:

    Funny, I don’t see a donut shop nearby.

  4. Nicholai says:

    Yay! the police are guarding people from Mcdonalds! Good for them.

  5. Uriel says:

    @BarelyFitz: At least it wasn’t inside a sandwich.

  6. gwong says:

    Riot at the McDonald’s Kenmore Square – did the Boston Pops take their show to Fenway?

  7. Sasquatch says:

    This pic is obviously a few years old, as the Bank of America was still a Fleet Bank.

  8. I used to drive past that BK on a daily basis when I was going to law school at FSU!

    One side of Tennessee: drunk students
    The other side: shootings

    Tally is such a great town!