Since 2018, someone has been leaving bags of human feces on freeways and roads in Oregon counties without being caught. Local police are asking people to keep an eye out for anyone or any vehicles acting suspicious.
Oregon Live reports that this is being taken so seriously, that there is a staff member, Code Enforcement Officer Dave Thomson, working nights now for the sole purpose of trying to cat
This newly 28-year-old was having quite the birthday when she was pulled over and then told the officer she had to poop. The officer discovered a warrant for her arrest which led to a high speed chase, and she was eventually caught.
KFOR reports that twenty-eight-year-old Emily Owings of Enid, Oklahoma was initially pulled over because she wasn't wearing her seatbelt...
Someone authorities should be calling "The Phantom Pooper" has struck again at the Whitmore Lake Athletic field, about 10 miles north of Ann Arbor. They're not calling him that, but it would be a great name for him. I say "him", because I doubt a woman would be pooping on a school field.