NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – No shirt, no service? What about no clothes at all?

A couple that began squabbling in a motel room Friday morning carried their dispute over to an adjacent Waffle House restaurant in the nude, police said.

The woman, who was not identified, told officers she was staying in a room with Larry Boyd when he took a hit of cocaine, started trashing their room and choked her.

She ran in the buff to the nearby restaurant and locked herself in the bathroom. Boyd, also naked, followed her into the restaurant and then fled in a car.

He was arrested – still naked – after a short chase by police and was charged with driving under the influence and felony evading arrest, among other charges.

It was not immediately clear whether he had an attorney.

Suspect turns out to be months old

PATNA, India (AP) – Police charged a suspect after a bus driver was robbed of his fares, then realized the suspect was a 3-month old baby.

The boy, Parveen Kumar, had been listed along with his father on an initial charge sheet after the bus driver was robbed, police in the eastern Indian state of Bihar said Friday.

The baby had been charged with robbery, extortion and banditry, said local superintendent of police Rattan Sajai.

Though the robbery in the remote village of Muzzafarpur occurred Sept. 19, the fact that a prime suspect was an infant only came to light recently when police launched their investigation, Sanjai said.

Police blamed the bus driver, saying he reported the baby as a conspirator because of a personal grudge he had with the father.

The charges against the boy have since been dropped, Sanjai said.

Suspect accused of having seconds

SOMERSET, Pa. (AP) – A man accused of biting off a piece of a man’s lip several months ago is now accused of attacking and biting the same man on the head, police said.

Jason Todd Martin, 28, of Friedens, was arraigned Tuesday before District Judge Arthur Cook on charges of aggravated assault, simple assault, disorderly conduct and harassment.

Police alleged that Martin and two other men beat the victim last Monday night after the victim asked them to leave his home, and Martin bit the man on the forehead.

Martin was earlier charged with assault, accused of biting off two inches of the man’s bottom lip during a July dispute, police said.

He was being held Thursday at the Somerset County Jail on $15,000 bond.

It was not immediately clear whether he had an attorney.

BB gun no match for police Glocks

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (AP) – A teenager pointed his BB pistol at the wrong car.

The car stopped and the two men inside pulled out their real .40-caliber Glock handguns. They were undercover police driving an unmarked car.

The officers ordered Ryon Shelton, 15, to drop his gun, police said.

“They thought it was a real gun,” police Lt. Kenneth Washburn said. “He dropped the gun and attempted to run and was apprehended.”

Shelton told officers he was “just playing around” and trying to scare people during the Halloween night incident, police said.

He was cited for assault while displaying a dangerous weapon and released to relatives, police said.


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