OMG: Freezer-Burned Ice Cream Leads Woman to Steal Donation Jar, Police Say

This week's stories include a woman who doesn't like her ice cream to be freezer-burned, a man who is heading to jail after stealing from his mother and a Wawa trash can that was mistaken for a urinal.

Dairy Queen Argument Leads Woman to Steal Donation Jar, Break Trash Can, Police Say: According to a report in the Norristown Patch, a 26-year-old woman was arrested after she allegedly stole a donation jar and broke a $500 dollar trash can following an argument at Diary Queen.

The woman reportedly attempted to buy ice cream with a credit card, but it was declined. She then returned 20 minutes later with cash for her ice cream, but allegedly lost her cool when the store would not make her a new one.

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Son Sentenced to Jail for Stealing from Mother: According to a report in the Upper Moreland Patch, a 28-year-old man will serve the next 11-and-a-half to 23 months in county jail, following his guilty plea to stealing from his mother.

The report continues to say that police then went to a local precious metals dealer, where the man was found to have sold his mother's jewelry, which she later identified as her own.

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Man Arrested After Urinating in Wawa Trash Can, Police Say: According to a report in the Lower Providence Patch, a 24-year-old man was arrested after he allegedly urinated in a Wawa trash can.

The report states that police repeatedly tried to let the man off with a disorderly conduct citation, but he ignored orders to stay in the vehicle, and he was later found to have marijuana in his pocket, police said.

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Black Swan Stolen from Towamencin Bird Farm: According to a report in the Lansdale Patch, police are investigating the theft of a black swan from a local bird farm.

The swan is reportedly valued at $1,500.

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