KENNEWICK, Wash. (CBS Seattle) — A McDonald’s employee found her own stolen car in the fast food restaurant’s drive-thru.
Kennewick authorities tell KEPR-TV that 22-year-old Katherine York was driving Virginia Maiden’s stolen Toyota SUV while going through the McDonald’s drive-thru Tuesday.
Maiden told police that her vehicle was stolen from her apartment complex Tuesday morning.
After Maiden spotted her car, she called Kennewick police who responded to the scene as York was pulling out of the drive-thru. York and a male passenger were detained, but the unidentified man was later released.
Police found stolen clothes from Sears and JC Penney in the vehicle.
York was charged with possession of a stolen vehicle as the investigation into the shoplifting continues. She was booked into the Benton County Jail.
The Internal Revenue Service's improper targeting of tea party groups and subsequent ouster of the agency's acting commissioner apparently has prompted one NFL player to post a protest.
And it happens to be a Cowboys' rival.
Eagles starting left guard Evan Mathis posted a picture to his Instagram account with him giving the impression of urinating on an IRS sign. The photo contains a message, "audit this."
Cowboys blogger DCFanaticsBlog tweeted at Mathis saying, " Evan Mathis will be apologizing later today. Count on that."
Mathis then responded: "How high are we counting?"
Mathis is wearing a boot after undergoing an ankle "cleanout," which Mathis said would sideline him through the remaining spring workouts. Mathis said he expects to be fine by training camp.
SHREWSBURY — Building 19 will begin closing its Shrewsbury store -- once home to Spag's -- on Friday, according to company President William Elovitz.
"We did everything we could to keep that store alive, but it just didn't make sense for us," Mr. Elovitz said this morning.
Building 19 bought the Route 9 location from Spag's about 10 years ago, and kept on some of its employees, Mr. Elovitz said.