Best of Bizarre Beat: 10 strangest stories of 2015
From a half-nude banjo serenade to a "snorting wild boar," cops were exposed to quite a bit of weirdness this year
By Police1 Staff
From a half-nude banjo serenade to a "snorting wild boar," cops were exposed to quite a bit of weirdness this year. Here are some of the strangest stories we covered in 2015.
When cops arrived, the suspect came out of his house holding a banjo that he proceeded to play for officers.
Three men had stolen a large bowl of the salad and took turns eating it while making their getaway.
Eventually, the man told police snorting cocaine in the middle of a traffic stop was perhaps a poor decision.
A man's crime was written all over his shirt.
Wonder what she does to double-dippers?
The sheriff told a news station the suspect, "has the moves like Jagger, but chose the wrong dance floor."
This criminal mastermind was no match for the police.
Deputies followed the sound of 37-year-old Kevin Lee Barbour's snoring — described as a "snorting wild boar" — to discover him.