It's pretty rare that kids are actually safer with the babysitter than with their parents. This is 'Crappy News' for Tuesday, November 14th.

Detroit, MI- A turf war broke out between two police precincts...during an undercover operation.


Cops were conducting a narcotics sting on Thursday with two undercover officers posing as drug dealers waiting for potential buyers. The other precinct showed up to the scene and tried to arrest them--not realizing the "suspects" were fellow policemen. Witnesses say punches were thrown and the officers actually drew their weapons at each other.

One of the units had body camera video that detailed the brawl. Top police officials are investigating the incident along with Internal Affairs. [FOX 2]

Clearwater Beach, FL- A man is fighting with his condo keep his emotional support squirrel.

Seneca Riggins/Townsquare Media

Ryan Boyle and his pet squirrel, Brutis, have been inseparable since he took her in during Hurricane Matthew last year. But his condominium board is complaining, stating that Boylan never told them about the squirrel. The association forbids "exotic" animals at the the complex, and Boylan faces eviction if he doesn't get rid of it.

Boylan's doctors say he's suffering from PTSD following a car accident. He has registered Bruits as a service animal in order to keep her. [WFLA-TV]

Norway, WI- A couple was arrested after trying to bone the babysitter.

Justin & Crystal Robinson/Racine County (WI) Sheriff's Office via Facebook

Police received a 911 call in the early morning hours of November 5th. The woman claimed that her teenage daughters were babysitting for friends. The girls told their mother that Justin & Crystal Robinson arrived home intoxicated and under the influence of marijuana. The couple allegedly offered the girls drugs and asked one of them to participate in a threesome.

The Robinsons were taken to jail on an array of charges, including possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of drug paraphernalia, lewd and lascivious behavior, child enticement, and reckless endangerment. [Facebook]

There's time left in 2017, but I think this clinches the "Parents of the Year" award.

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