Boner of the Day

Boner Fight for January 23rd, 2020

Boner Candidate #1: WE KNOW YOU’RE IN THERE SOMEWHERE

Police in Auburn, Wash., recently released footage of a bizarre situation they believe is occurring at a local grocery store. After several reports of possible break-ins and employees claiming to hear footsteps coming from the ceiling, police believe that an unknown individual has spent several weeks hiding up in the store’s rafters. But while evidence of the suspect has been found at the scene, authorities still have not located the man and have not ruled out the possibility that he may still be in the store. Over the weekend, authorities with the Auburn Police Department shared surveillance footage on Facebook from the Haggen supermarket on Lake Tapps Blvd., showing the man sneaking around inside the store on Christmas Day. “Auburn Police have been called to Haggen Lake Tapps on five occasions since Christmas Day,” the police department captioned the footage, “On that day, the suspect stole thousands of dollars’ worth of cigarettes and liquor. There have been four additional 911 calls since then: two on January 15th, one on the 16th, and another this morning (the 17th).” Read More

Boner Candidate #2: JIMMY CARTER IS VERY DISAPPOINTED

The Layton Habitat for Humanity ReStore was burglarized over the weekend, putting their community home build on hold due to financial strain. Layton Police confirmed to FOX 13 that the ReStore building and a nearby Asian Buffet Restaurant were broken into around or before 5 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 19. Jeannie Gamble, Executive Director with Habitat for Humanity Weber and Davis Counties believes that multiple people pried open a garage door, stole tools and broke open a private office to access the safe and donation jar. “They were in here for quite some time,” said Gamble. “It’s very disheartening actually and then they took the tools and left our place; robbed the Chinese restaurant in front of us.” The suspects took all the money from the donation jar and used Habitat’s own tools to break open the safe and steal the cash. Habitat for Humanity says the theft will impact them and the community immediately. “It’s actually halting our home build that we just poured the foundation on,” said Gamble who has an Ogden family waiting for a new home. “My staff, my volunteers put blood, sweat and tears into helping the county, the community and the people that live here.” Read More


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