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Teen Gets Arrested For Impersonating A Cop At A Hooters. Cops Find Knives, Lighter Fluid, Zip Ties And Names Circled On An Employee List

SAGINAW, MI — An 18-year-old could serve prison time for impersonating a police officer in an attempt to become Facebook friends with Hooters workers. Nicholas M. Fuhst appeared before Chief Circuit Judge Fred L. Borchard on Thursday, July 28, and pleaded no contest to a felony charge of impersonating a peace officer to commit a crime. Fuhst pleaded to that charge, which carries a maximum penalty of four years in prison, for a May 12 incident at the Hooters restaurant at 5538 Bay in Kochville Township. Fuhst's plea agreement calls for Borchard to sentence Fuhst within his state sentencing guidelines, which either will be scored at zero months to 13 months or zero months to 25 months. Borchard then will set a maximum sentence. Fuhst's third-time habitual offender status will double the maximum possible penalty to eight years in prison. Chief Assistant Prosecutor Christopher Boyd has said Fuhst, who last lived in Vanderbilt in Otsego County, represented himself as an undercover police officer and obtained a list of employees at the restaurant. After reviewing the list, Fuhst asked for more detailed information about some of the workers, Boyd said. "He indicated that he went to Hooters because he wanted to talk to the girls to see if they would be friends on Facebook," Boyd said. At Fuhst's May 19 arraignment on a probation violation charge, Assistant Prosecutor Joseph Albosta said that when police arrested Fuhst, they found three knives, lighter fluid, zip ties and observed several names circled on the employee list. "I think there were some dark thoughts going through his mind," Albosta said. In addition to the impersonation charge, Fuhst pleaded to a misdemeanor count of disturbing workers, which carries a 90-day maximum penalty. At the time of the Hooters incident, Michigan Department of Corrections records listed Fuhst as an absconder from probation. He was serving two years of probation for unrelated crimes of arson of personal property worth more than $1,000 but less than $20,000 and malicious destruction of personal property worth more than $1,000 but less than $20,000. Fuhst on Thursday also pleaded no contest to violating his probation by absconding and by committing the crimes at Hooters. He also could receive a prison sentence for the probation violation.

SAGINAW, MI — An 18-year-old could serve prison time for impersonating a police officer in an attempt to become Facebook friends with Hooters workers.
Nicholas M. Fuhst appeared before Chief Circuit Judge Fred L. Borchard on Thursday, July 28, and pleaded no contest to a felony charge of impersonating a peace officer to commit a crime.
Fuhst pleaded to that charge, which carries a maximum penalty of four years in prison, for a May 12 incident at the Hooters restaurant at 5538 Bay in Kochville Township.
Fuhst’s plea agreement calls for Borchard to sentence Fuhst within his state sentencing guidelines, which either will be scored at zero months to 13 months or zero months to 25 months.
Borchard then will set a maximum sentence. Fuhst’s third-time habitual offender status will double the maximum possible penalty to eight years in prison.
Chief Assistant Prosecutor Christopher Boyd has said Fuhst, who last lived in Vanderbilt in Otsego County, represented himself as an undercover police officer and obtained a list of employees at the restaurant. After reviewing the list, Fuhst asked for more detailed information about some of the workers, Boyd said.
“He indicated that he went to Hooters because he wanted to talk to the girls to see if they would be friends on Facebook,” Boyd said.
At Fuhst’s May 19 arraignment on a probation violation charge, Assistant Prosecutor Joseph Albosta said that when police arrested Fuhst, they found three knives, lighter fluid, zip ties and observed several names circled on the employee list.
“I think there were some dark thoughts going through his mind,” Albosta said.
In addition to the impersonation charge, Fuhst pleaded to a misdemeanor count of disturbing workers, which carries a 90-day maximum penalty.
At the time of the Hooters incident, Michigan Department of Corrections records listed Fuhst as an absconder from probation. He was serving two years of probation for unrelated crimes of arson of personal property worth more than $1,000 but less than $20,000 and malicious destruction of personal property worth more than $1,000 but less than $20,000.
Fuhst on Thursday also pleaded no contest to violating his probation by absconding and by committing the crimes at Hooters. He also could receive a prison sentence for the probation violation.

Do you think guys like these ever wake up in the morning and look them selves in the mirror and say “hey I’m a psychopath”? No? Not even when they’re half way impersonating an undercover police officer to a bunch of waitresses at the local Hooters just so he can add them on Facebook? Half way through telling the ladies about his fake case that he’s under cover for he has to realize like “hey this might be the craziest thing in the world.” And not for nothing, but I’m not quite sure this guy knows how friends work. Sure talking and getting to know another person is a huge part of it. He might’ve made a friend here or there just by talking but you see a big part of maintaining that friendship is making sure you don’t ward them off by possibly murdering them via zip tying them down and dosing their stabbed body in lighter fluid. Oh and having them on a kill list probably isn’t the best either and whether you realize it or not, if you make a list with people’s name on it, it will always be a kill list. Also love the little tidbit casually thrown in on the end that he was out on probation for arson for damages up to but under $20,000 dollars. Probably should’ve kept him locked up from that point on, so to this psychopaths benefit, I’ll put that on the justice system.

What are the chances you think he had the red lipstick ready to smear on his lips after the Facebook friend request was accepted?

Lady In Michigan Wins 310 Million in Powerball. Shit Was Suppose To Be Mine

A 50-year-old supervisor at a Michigan fiberglass factory said she 'automatically' quit her job after winning the $310.5 million Powerball jackpot. Julie Leach, from Three Rivers, said she was having a 'really bad night' at work when she went to a McDonald's drive thru to get dinner, and decided to check her numbers. To her shock Leach found she had scooped the jackpot, and says she plans to buy a plot of land to build houses for her and her partner of 36 years, and their three children and 11 grandchildren. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3261479/Winner-310-5-million-Powerball-ticket-speak-media.html#ixzz3nouYIbv5  Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook According to Fox 17, Leach said: 'About 6.30 at night I stopped to get my coffee and got $20 worth of lottery tickets and just went to work. 'I was having a really bad night so I went to McDonald's for lunch and thought I might as well check my own numbers while I'm sitting her and that's when I realized I was the winner. 'I didn't believe it so I had to go back to work and confirm with a couple of people.'  Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3261479/Winner-310-5-million-Powerball-ticket-speak-media.html#ixzz3nouik3x0  Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook Leach added that she woke up partner Vaughn Avery, who works at a metal casing factory, that night to tell him about the win.  He told the Detroit Free Press: 'I said, "You're kidding me, get out of here." I thought I was dreaming. She goes "no, we won it."  I had to look at it. I looked on her phone, grabbed my phone, pulled the website up. I just couldn't believe it.  'I said, "I really need to go back to bed to get up for work." She said, "You don't ever have to go to work."'  Leach told ABC that Avery has tried proposing to her several times in the past, but she has always refused, pointing to her friends who have gotten divorced, saying the pressure would be too much. She added that she might be open to an offer now, but 'he would have to sign a pre-nup' first.   Leach added that she is still in shock after her win, saying she didn't go to sleep for 'over 30 hours' after discovering her windfall. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3261479/Winner-310-5-million-Powerball-ticket-speak-media.html#ixzz3noulmgdb  Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook Leach said the decision to quit her job was 'automatic' after her win, and that she called her boss who was only holiday in Spain to tell him 'I don't need that pay rise anymore' Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3261479/Winner-310-5-million-Powerball-ticket-speak-media.html#ixzz3nouqkfZb  Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook She added: '"I’m going to take care of my kids. I don’t want them to work the way I had to work and deal with the things I had to deal with in life.  'I want to make it a good life for them and take care of them.' She regularly buys around $20 of lottery tickets, and ups that if the jackpot is especially large, and also takes part in a work pool. But despite spreading her odds, she says she never expected to win herself, and now also plans to go traveling. Asked where she might go, a smiling Leach responded: 'Wherever we want.'  Leach said she has also hired a financial adviser to help her make the most of the money, saying she has 'no idea' what to do with so much cash.  She chose to take a lump sum of prize of $197.4 million, or $140 million after taxes. The winning numbers were 21, 39, 40, 55 and 59, with a Powerball of 17.  Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3261479/Winner-310-5-million-Powerball-ticket-speak-media.html#ixzz3noutOIEM  Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

DailyMail– A 50-year-old supervisor at a Michigan fiberglass factory said she ‘automatically’ quit her job after winning the $310.5 million Powerball jackpot.
Julie Leach, from Three Rivers, said she was having a ‘really bad night’ at work when she went to a McDonald’s drive thru to get dinner, and decided to check her numbers.
To her shock Leach found she had scooped the jackpot, and says she plans to buy a plot of land to build houses for her and her partner of 36 years, and their three children and 11 grandchildren.
According to Fox 17, Leach said: ‘About 6.30 at night I stopped to get my coffee and got $20 worth of lottery tickets and just went to work.
‘I was having a really bad night so I went to McDonald’s for lunch and thought I might as well check my own numbers while I’m sitting her and that’s when I realized I was the winner.
‘I didn’t believe it so I had to go back to work and confirm with a couple of people.’
Leach added that she woke up partner Vaughn Avery, who works at a metal casing factory, that night to tell him about the win.
He told the Detroit Free Press: ‘I said, “You’re kidding me, get out of here.” I thought I was dreaming. She goes “no, we won it.”
I had to look at it. I looked on her phone, grabbed my phone, pulled the website up. I just couldn’t believe it.
‘I said, “I really need to go back to bed to get up for work.” She said, “You don’t ever have to go to work.”‘
Leach told ABC that Avery has tried proposing to her several times in the past, but she has always refused, pointing to her friends who have gotten divorced, saying the pressure would be too much.
She added that she might be open to an offer now, but ‘he would have to sign a pre-nup’ first.
Leach added that she is still in shock after her win, saying she didn’t go to sleep for ‘over 30 hours’ after discovering her windfall.
Leach said the decision to quit her job was ‘automatic’ after her win, and that she called her boss who was only holiday in Spain to tell him ‘I don’t need that pay rise anymore’
She added: ‘”I’m going to take care of my kids. I don’t want them to work the way I had to work and deal with the things I had to deal with in life.
‘I want to make it a good life for them and take care of them.’
She regularly buys around $20 of lottery tickets, and ups that if the jackpot is especially large, and also takes part in a work pool.
But despite spreading her odds, she says she never expected to win herself, and now also plans to go traveling.
Asked where she might go, a smiling Leach responded: ‘Wherever we want.’
Leach said she has also hired a financial adviser to help her make the most of the money, saying she has ‘no idea’ what to do with so much cash.
She chose to take a lump sum of prize of $197.4 million, or $140 million after taxes. The winning numbers were 21, 39, 40, 55 and 59, with a Powerball of 17.

God no offense, ma’am, but fuck you. That win was suppose to be mine.

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I guess I gotta get a little nuts like Julie here. No more of this buying one ticket bullshit. She spends $20 bucks? I gotta drop $40 next time. Yea I know the odds are still like a gazillion to one but as far as the record goes that i know of spending 20 dollars on lotto tickets is 1- 1 gazillion probably but we can very much so make that a 2 – A gazillion record. Wont stop there either. McDonalds stop every time i buy tickets. Repetition makes perfection.

How envious must you be of the boss though? I dont exactly know how rich and wealthy a manager of a fiber glass factory in Michigan is but you work hard, lead the ship all year long only to take like 2 weeks vacation to Spain and while you’re there you gotta deal with one fo your employees jumping shit because they were handed over $140 million dollars and able to pretty much buy a village in Spain right now. Now you gotta deal with finding an employee to fill her spot all the mean while they’re just right in the neighborhood showering in money like Scrooge McDuck while you’re trying to enjoy your shitty vacation. Shits all roses for the man friend too now probably. I mean guy already proposed a couple times. Feel like he almost must’ve had some vision where she wins because you don’t just get the emotional courage to propose a billion times with her saying nah unless you know the end game is gonna be millions. Sign that prenup enjoy your life being rich you old jean shorts wearing fisher guy, you lucky son of a bitch.

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