Man Tried to Blow Up SUV in Pentagon Parking Lot
On Tuesday, a man from Arkansas, Matthew Dmitri Richardson, was caught by a Pentagon patrol officer around 11 a.m. while he was attempting to blow up an SUV in the Pentagon’s parking lot. He had shoved a piece of fabric into the gas tank of a 2016 Land Rover, and was attempting to light the fabric on fire, which would have led to an explosion. The 19-year-old told the officer he was going to blow up the car and himself along with it. He then ran from the officer, but was caught shortly afterwards. The owner of the vehicle is an active duty servicemember who doesn’t know Richardson. The suspect was charged with attempting to damage and destroy a vehicle by means of fire, and will likely face around 5 years of imprisonment.
Florida Man Gets Arrested for Sucking Toes
A hospital employee in Florida was arrested for sucking the toes of the elderly patients. Frantz Beldorin, a 23-year-old man who works as a sitter for the hospital was caught sucking a sleeping patient’s toes. He was charged with battery on a person 65 years or older. The victim was a patient at Gulf Coast Hospital in Ft. Meyers. The victim initially thought that the feeling was a nurse checking up on him, but the third time, he felt something wet, looked down at his feet, and witnessed his toes being sucked. Hospital security called the police, and Beldorin has since been in custody.
Blind and Deaf Dog Survives Being Snatched by a Hawk
A 16-year-old poodle, Porschia, survived being carried off by a hawk. Porschia, who is both blind and deaf, was resting on her owner’s porch in Whitehall, Pennsylvania, and was suddenly just swooped up by a hawk. The dog’s owner, Deborah Falcione, was worried at her dog’s disappearance, and thought her dog had ran away. She searched for hours for Porschia, but couldn’t find her, and became more worried as temperatures that night dropped below freezing. After going over a day without seeing the dog Deborah, she got a call from the local veterinarian clinic that they had her dog. It turned out that the hawk had dropped her dog off into a yard nearby. After being warmed, Porschia was in good health, continuing to live another day.