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Cops: Man with 'beer munchies' damaged vending machine after having sex in H.S.

A man and a woman were arrested after they broke into Mainland High School to have sex, and then vandalized the vending machines because the man said he had the "beer munchies," said police.  

Daytona Beach authorities arrested Vincent Ewell, 18, and Lindsay Longbottom, 19, after an officer found them in a car, trying to drive away.

Police said they found open doors and vandalized vending machines after an officer responded to a triggered alarm at the school.

The officer said he heard glass break and then saw the pair in a car.

The two also told police they broke into the school because they needed a place to have sex, so Longbottom's boyfriend would not find out.

Ewell and Longbottom are facing burglary charges.

Police: Woman threw feces at dog owner

An Austin woman who police say threw dog feces at a man she accused of not picking up after his pet was charged with aggravated assault this week.

Rebecca Trammell, 46, confronted the man at her apartment’s dog park in Northwest Austin on Tuesday, picked up dog feces and threw it at him, according to the affidavit for her arrest.

She admitted to police that she then picked up a jagged, 6-inch rock and threw it at the man, missing him, the affidavit says. Next, she spat in his face, the affidavit says.

Trammell told police that she then wanted to grab another man’s dog at the park because she said it wasn’t on a leash, according to the affidavit. When the man put himself between Trammell and his dog, she grabbed his leash, pulling it toward her and cutting the man’s right hand.f

The second man told police he witnessed Trammell throwing the dog feces at the first man, and that when she told the man to pick up his dog’s feces he yelled back that he was getting a bag.

Jail records show Trammell was still in custody Thursday evening. She also faces a misdemeanor charge of assault causing bodily injury.

Her bail is set at $12,000.

Man throwing concrete at hotel says zombies were chasing him

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A homeless man is in jail after throwing pieces of concrete at a St. Petersburg hotel. Police say 41-year-old David Allen Jensen told them he was trying to get inside the hotel early Wednesday because zombies were chasing him. They say he broke the glass at the Hilton St. Petersburg Bayfront hotel with a doughnut-sized chunk of concrete used to protect sprinkler heads. The Tampa Bay Times ( ) reports nearby security guards told police Jensen was trying to open doors to a number of cars. Jensen told police he was looking for tobacco. Jensen faces multiple charges, including burglary and throwing a deadly missile into a building. He remained in jail Thursday. Jail records did not list an attorney for Jensen.

Move over Puppy Bowl, here come the kitties

Perhaps someone at the Hallmark Channel noted the proliferation of cat videos on the Internet, or possibly someone just thought felines should have equal time when it comes to faux sporting events.

For whatever reason, the 2014 Superbowl will now have a new foe fighting for eyeballs -- the Kitten Bowl.

The three hour special will air beginning at noon, Eastern Time, February 2, 2014 on the Hallmark Channel.

It will, in the network's words, feature the "world’s most adorable – and adoptable – kittens in the mother lode of cat agility competition."

It goes on to say "the special, which will be presented annually, is supported by the network’s animal welfare partner, American Humane Association, and is just one of many high-profile commitments the company has made to its evergreen Pet Project initiative. With American Humane Association, Hallmark Channel’s in-house production team will scour rescue associations and shelters searching for kitty competitors whose enduring prize will be a loving, forever home."

“Creating another programming event to reinforce Hallmark Channel’s Pet Project, our corporate pet adoption and safety initiative, enhances the profile of the plight of shelter animals in our country while providing fun, family-oriented entertainment to our viewers. We are very proud of our association with American Humane Association and their support of our work in this area,” said Bill Abbott, President & CEO, Crown Media Family Networks, home of Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movie Channel.

The network added: "The agility competition will consist of a basic obstacle course of hurdles of varying heights, A-frame Alpine Scratchers, tunnels, hoop jumps, and weave poles. Lures, like laser pointers, and toys on a string will be used to get the kittens through the course, but food will not allowed. Cat agility competitions, which are modeled after the equestrian sport of show jumping, normally include rules which state that cats must complete a course in under 270 seconds, completing each obstacle in a prescribed manner. In a typical feline agility contest, a cat would complete between six and fourteen obstacles, with winning cats completing the course in ten seconds or less. In 'Kitten Bowl,' however, the competitors are kittens and any form of cuteness is the key to the game."

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