There are two stories to these photos that I find to be fascinating. First, is the obvious - a person parked in a Walmart parking lot between spots so nobody could park next to them. And somebody got revenge without even touching the vehicle. Take a look:
Shawn and I, on "The Ocean County Breakfast Show" this morning, were discussing playing "Hide and Seek" in IKEA and how they're trying to ban it in Sweden. I guess several people play that game in the store.? I'm not sure if I would have ever played "Hide and Seek" but how about a scavenger hunt?
Brick Police launch a search for the suspect or suspects who called in bomb threats to both a Kmart and Walmart early this evening. The threats prompted an evacuation and K-9 search of both facilities but no incendiary devices were found
Looking at the picture above, it doesn't look like there's really anything all that wrong with it, right? I mean, sure, Yankees fans won't like it, but it seems innocent enough. Until you take a look at the whole thing...
Two men are facing charges after they allegedly broke into a storage enclosure at the Toms River Walmart.
Police say 40-year-old Thomas A. Palmarini of Toms River and 56-year-old David G. Lemon of Bayville used a bolt cutter to break the lock on a gated enclosure used for storing commercial and automotive batteries
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