DETROIT – Four women trying to skip out on their bill at an International House of Pancakes ended up plowing into the Detroit restaurant as they sped away. No one was injured in the accident Tuesday morning. Restaurant manager Raymond Jefferson told the Detroit Free Press the women ran from the IHOP just after 6 a.m. without paying their bill. Their server chased them out the door.
But one of the women lost control of the Mercury Cougar as they drove away, crashing through the restaurant's wall and smashing at least one large window.
The driver was ticketed at the scene.
The driver's father told The Detroit News his daughter had more than $200 in cash on her at the time and was talked into dining and dashing by friends.
HANCEVILLE, Ala. – A 33-year-old man ended up in jail after he called in a robbery and police allegedly found a working meth lab in his house. Police arrested the man for manufacturing of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of a controlled substance.
The man reported he had been robbed by his roommates, but Capt. Jimmy Rodgers said officers were unable to verify that. Rodgers said when officers located the lab, they discovered it was still active.
Cullman Narcotics Enforcement Team agents were called to the scene to take samples and positively identify the seized chemicals and drugs.
The man was incarcerated on a $1 million bond.