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Man drives Cadillac onto his neighbor’s roof and other bizarre police news
First Published Mar 26 2013 09:56 am • Last Updated Mar 26 2013 09:56 am

Criminals and non-criminals alike continue to serve up bizarre news. From a hilly California neighborhood to a motor inn in Michigan, here’s a collection of things you just don’t hear about everyday.

Man drives Cadillac onto his neighbor's roof and other bizarre police news

A Cadillac on a rooftop and a scavenger hunt for love that turned into a bomb scare - those items and more unusual happenings from around the country in this edition of the bizarre blotter.How to drive a Cadillac onto your neighbor's roof: Hilly subdivision required(Photo courtesy of Glendale Police Department)A man who lives in a hilly California neighborhood drove his Cadillac directly from his driveway to the top of his neighbor's roof on Saturday. A crane was needed to ...

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