Summer’s almost over, which means people can go from complaining about the heat to complaining about how it’s too windy.
However, there is still one good weekend left for some suhweeeet barbecues. Bar-B-Q? BBQ? As long as there are dead pigs there, I don’t care how it is spelled.
We’re gonna team up with Save the Kales and have a meat vs. vegetable event somewhere. Brainstorming session! GO!
A 29-year-old man fled from Allentown police during a traffic stop Tuesday night and hid in a backyard while a family was having a barbecue, according to court records.
The unwanted guest ordered the family to remain quiet as he tried to hide, but two police officers found him in the yard in the 100 block of S. Howard Street, according to court records.
Two Allentown bike officers saw Terry approaching a traffic light at N. 11th and Hamilton streets at 9:37 p.m. Tuesday. Terry’s car was blaring loud music, which could be heard more than a half-block away, so the officers moved in to stop him for the noise violation.
Better have been a good song. I’m not sure why, but after I read about the loud music, I immediately thought he was listening to that “Shaggy” guy or whoever he is.
The officers conducted a traffic stop and ordered Terry to place the vehicle in park and hand them his license. Terry said he did not have a license and refused to place his car in park.
When the traffic light turned green, Terry sped off across Hamilton Street. He turned off his lights so police wouldn’t see him. He made a sudden turn on Walnut Street, causing an accident.
Terry then fled on foot and entered a fenced yard at 116 S. Howard St., where he tried hiding.SOURCE: The Morning Call
I hope he at least got a pulled pork sandwich out of the deal. If it was my barbecue, I’d definitely offer the guy a Sprite or something. I mean, sure, he’s an idiot, but he’s probably really thirsty.