Deputies were dispatched to the 24-hour store after Kyle Seaman was spotted lurking outside in the wee hours of the morning. Seaman had a black ski mask pulled back on his head, and he pulled it down before entering the establishment and walking around for a few minutes -- then left without saying a word.
A delivery driver called 911 to report the suspicious activity, and when cops arrived, Seaman asked, “Why does everyone think I’m going [to] rob the place wearing the mask?" He didn't get an answer to that query, but he was charged with wearing a mask or hood on public property, a misdemeanor in Florida.
Gregory Miller hopped into a Coors Light truck that was idling at a gas station and hit the road, but tapped out on his first pit stop. Miller pulled over at a Bojangles chicken restaurant to have a snack, but forgot to put the vehicle in park and ended up running over his leg, giving himself an ankle injury severe enough to require a trip to the emergency room.
When the 55-year-old is released from the hospital, he'll face charges of vehicle theft and eluding police.
Kyle Youmans told cops that he was sitting in the audience at a gentleman's club when one of the dancers began "annoying" him by trying to strike up a conversation, so he suggested she go to the gym to "get rid of her muffin top." The young lady, whose name was not released, didn't take kindly to the advice and struck him in the face, at which point bouncers tossed Youmans from the joint.
Youmans admitted that he was "an 11 on a scale of one to ten" in terms of intoxication, but still insisted on filing a report with police.