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Bizarre blotter: Mugger robs woman, throws her dog into traffic & other unusual crimes
First Published Jan 02 2013 11:52 am • Last Updated Jan 02 2013 11:52 am

More weird and awful crime news to round out 2012 and kick off the new year.

Bizarre blotter: Mugger robs woman, throws her dog into traffic & other unusual crimes

Not what I ordered: Man exposes himself to woman at McDonald's drive-throughJhuty KernA 24-year-old woman waiting in a McDonald's drive-through in Michigan got something that wasn't on the menu Saturday when a man walked up to her car and dropped his pants. Jhuty Kern, 52, is now facing indecent exposure charges. Police didn't have a hard time catching Kern — after exposing himself, he went inside the restaurant and was arrested in its bathroom. — via the Daily TribuneWorst landlord ...

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