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Nitwit News – November 1
Nitwit News – November 1

A Colorado couple discovered that their Honda Element was torn apart by vandals and thieves. A delivery driver knocked on their door Tuesday and alerted them to the destruction that happened to their vehicle during the night. The vandals were bears seen in the area recently. The animals may have been attracted by a package of gum and some mints.

A Bismarck, North Dakota, man is facing drug charges after police responded to a report of a possible assault and discovered a bunch of drugs, paraphernalia, and $40,000 cash. The man (Christopher Loeppke) told officers the cash was from 12 years of mowing lawns.

A Georgia school bus driver liked one of her 12-year-old passengers so much that she decided to keep her instead of dropping her at the bus stop. Cheryl Rodgers was at home on Tuesday afternoon when her 13-year-old daughter walked into the house and informed her that her little sister was still on the school bus and that the driver wanted to speak with her. When Rodgers went outside, the bus had already driven off. Fearing the worst, Rodgers hopped in her car to chase the bus and called 911. A deputy stopped the bus two miles from the Rodgers home, well off of its route. Officials identified 50-year-old Jennifer Cornelia Foster as the driver. Rodgers said the bus driver was full of excuses. The school district has suspended Foster while the incident is under investigation.

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