Welcome to the gun show
A 23-year-old man videotaped himself shooting a stolen gun as he drove through a neighborhood and then posted the video on YouTube and Facebook.
Police in Vancouver, Wash., said Ronnie Wynn was already in jail after he was arrested after crashing a stolen car. Police soon learned that he posted the video under the name "Ron Gotti."
The footage shows "Gotti" in the car with a young girl holding the camera in the passenger seat. He appears to be cruising through a neighborhood when he pulls out a gun that's made to look like an assault rifle.
He then takes out a pistol and fires it out the window.
"You heard that? That's a .45 [expletive]," Wynn says in the video.
He remains behind bars on the stolen vehicle charges.
Crimes of the heart
Marriage proposals are getting out of hand.
A San Antonio man asked his girlfriend to marry him immediately after the couple were arrested for aggravated robbery.
Sean Foxx, 27, was arrested after he tried to stop employees of a dollar store from preventing her from shoplifting.
Managers of the dollar store attempted to stop Treila Woods, 24, as she tried to leave the store. Foxx, 27, the alleged driver of her getaway car, came inside to help rescue her, police said.
Police soon arrived and arrested the lovebirds.
Foxx yelled his proposal to Woods while the two were being questioned separately at the station.
She said yes.
A Tampa Bay teen was arrested twice within hours after authorities say he tried to break into a car in the jail parking lot.
The Pasco County Sheriff's Office reports that 18-year-old Richard Owens was originally arrested and charged with trespassing and processed at the jail.
After his release, a deputy spotted him trying to break into locked Pontiac GTO in the jail parking lot.
Owens told deputy the car belonged to a friend who was there to pick him up, but the car's actual owner was another deputy.
Owens was charged with auto burglary. He was being held on $5,000 bail.
-- Scott McCabe