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Nitwit News – September 30
Nitwit News – September 30

Sometimes, you don’t even need the breathalyzer. In Pennsylvania (Cranberry Township) 26-year-old James Paul Andrews began “barking, hissing and growling” at a K-9 police officer after being stopped at a drunken-driving checkpoint. The incident ended with Andrews in handcuffs. Along with drunken driving, Andrews was charged with “inciting chaos.” It’s a real charge, and it also happens to be the name of the K-9 officer. The dog’s name is Chaos.

Kudos to the grandma at a Colorado Rockies baseball game for giving us what I guess is the opposite of a photobomb. In a photobomb, someone inserts themself in the background of a posed photo, usually making a silly face. At the Rockies game a guy had lined someone up to snap his photo as he proposed to his lady in the stands. What he didn’t count on was the older woman in the row in front of them flipping the bird to the camera. (Here’s the NSFW photo.)

A woman in Flint, Michigan, told police she was sleeping on her couch when, unbeknownst to her at the time, two men had broken into her home. That is until one of their phones went off. Unfortunately they were able to get away with a TV. But that’s all they got.

Interviews & Bits

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Greybies Are Coming in November

Moms will be giving birth to “greybies” in November.

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Willie Waffle Reviews Get Hard and Home

Willie Waffle Reviews Get Hard and Home

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WIXY welcomes Alan Jones with the Champaign Co. Sheriff’s Office

Sgt. Bruce had the day off for more police training so we talked to Alan Jones, the Chief Deputy for the Champaign County Sheriff’s Office about their new body cameras

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Nitwit News Tuesday – Man fired for tattoo

Not just any tattoo…his said ISIS. He swears it’s an ex’s name.

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Good News Friday- How do you live to 104?

You have to have the right “Dr.”

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Nitwit News Friday- The lawyer is also a criminal

You know you’re in trouble when your lawyer is caught with pot at the courthouse