• Police in Guntersville, Ala., suspected that Tara Hampton had resumed dealing drugs, in violation of a first-offender’s program that had kept her out of jail, and they knocked on her door to ask about some evidence they had come across.
According to the police report, when Hampton opened the door for them, she was absentmindedly holding a bag of crack in her hand.
• William Cook Jr., 27, was arrested after a manager at a Wendy’s restaurant in Rome, Ga., complained that Cook was acting strange and disturbing customers, and when police asked for his ID, he provided bogus information.
In a search, officers found a note in his pocket, reading, “How Bill Cook intends to rob the Wendy’s on Martha Berry and get away with it,” followed by lists labeled “Plan A” and “Plan B.”
— News of the Weird