Someone shot the Johnny Cash water tower in Kingsland, Arkansas, and now it’s taking a leak.
Sheriff’s deputies, led by the nose of a dog named Toby, found a missing Florida woman with dementia. The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office released bodycam footage of officers finding a woman who had gone missing in a wooded area. Authorities say the woman had fallen and was lying on the ground about 250 feet away from her home. She was severely dehydrated and was helicoptered out to get medical attention. The woman is reportedly still in the hospital but is expected to recover.
A woman who drove her SUV off the road and crashed into a pond in Le Ray, New York, is lucky to be alive. Her vehicle was fully submerged by the time police arrived, and the first responders had to work quickly to save her. One officer leaped into the water to help get her out. He tried and failed to reach her through the driver’s side door. Finally, he was able to break through the sunroof, and he pulled the woman to safety.
Payton Gendron was reportedly so terrified of catching COVID-19, he wore protective gear during the Buffalo supermarket massacre. The teenager’s family now appears to be building a “Covid Defense” for him, claiming he became paranoid and isolated during the lockdown. “He got into some nasty stuff. He’s smart enough to get into dangerous stuff online, which maybe the average person wouldn’t know how to get into,” a family member told the New York Post.
Eighteen-year-old Levi Caverly was visiting the Jersey Shore with his family from Maine. But their visit ended in tragedy when the hole he and his sister were digging collapsed. Levi died and his sister was injured. Theirs is a close-knit family who did everything together. In a heartbreaking tribute posted on Facebook, his grieving father, Todd Caverly, wrote “Your world can be forever changed in a second, with no warning, and no second chance.”