The crime is bad enough. His explanation is even worse. This is "Crappy News" for Monday, January 21st.

Nizhnekamsk, Russia- Love really does work in mysterious ways.

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A woman was in court last week because she stabbed her boyfriend 13 times during a drunken frenzy last year. The attack was so bad that he spent three weeks recovering in the hospital.

She was facing up to six years in prison, but before the judge could sentence her, her boyfriend stood up, begged the judge to show her leniency...and PROPOSED to her.

The judge AGREED, and postponed the sentencing to a later date. [Daily Mail]

This guy really believes the whole "'til death do us part" thing...

Anderson, MO- Police were looking for drugs...but found WAY more.

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Local law enforcement and drug task force agents carried out a search warrant on two houses last week.

During their search authorities discovered a firearm, 58 grams of methamphetamine, a stolen ATV and horse trailer...and found a dead bald eagle in a freezer.

It is a federal crime to kill either a bald eagle or a golden eagle.

65-year-old James Kivett was arrested on outstanding warrants, and charges are pending for the items recovered from his home. The suspect at the other residence was not home at the time of arrest. [Joplin Globe]

Des Moines- A man was busted for building a bomb inside a restaurant.

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According to police, 40-year-old Ivory Washington admitted he made an improvised explosive device while sitting in a sushi restaurant last Tuesday. The bomb squad was called to the scene and Washington was taken into custody without incident

Agents tested the IED and confirmed it was legitimate. When asked why he built it, Washington said he was trying to make a point that nobody takes bomb threats seriously. Well, nobody except the cops, I guess...

He has been charged with possession of an explosive or incendiary material. [WHO-TV / KCCI-TV]

Weird flex, but ok.

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