On Monday, a beer truck turned over the highway overpass in Halifax, Nova Scotia, prompting local officials to comment on the tragedy. \"Very sad,\" said the captain. Scott Logan of the Halifax area fire department (search) Tell Halifax Daily News \"They probably won\'t even get the beer back. Truck, carrying 46,368 bottles of Alexander Keith\'s Indian light beer (search) On the guardrail of the overpass, it slipped to a stop point. Fortunately, it avoided 50- My feet fell on the other road. The female driver was pulled out of the cab without injury According to Logan, \"more tired than injury\" Let rescuers focus on the catastrophic aspects of the disaster. \"Actually, when I looked at it, there was a tear in my eyes,\" said police officer Mark Huobi . \". \"It\'s full of beer. We had hoped for a hostess truck full of pretzels to come over, but with bad luck. Suspected inspection BOSTON-kithella A regional man was arrested last Tuesday after he deposited several large deposits in a new bank account. Thanh Nhat Le, 51, a suburb of Dorchester, was arrested at a local Sovereign Bank (search) After arguing with a teller who won\'t cash the check for $7,550. According to the Boston Herald, Le opened an account in soverforeign last week for $171 in cash. But he has since deposited three checks in his account. One is $250,000. The other is $2 million. The third is a paltry amount of $4 billion. The bank\'s fraud team contacted the police and when Le came to cash his relatively reasonable check, the police came quickly. Police allegedly found stolen credit cards, diamond rings and more cheques in his pocket, which were heavily present in banks near Boston. There is also a $31,342 check in the Le pocket for Shreve, Crump and Low (search) Boston\'s oldest luxury jeweler Sticky, smelly green cash Landman(AP)— Someone who went to the sheriff\'s department to connect his brother. in- When the police realized that the money he handed them smelled of marijuana, the law was also jailed. Columbus 45-year-old Timothy Richards went to the Decatur County Sheriff\'s Department and when he handed the dispatcher Julie Meyers $400 she counted and then noticed some unusual \"When I went back to prison, I noticed that the money was damp and it smelled interesting,\" Meyers said . \". She said a jailer who had sniffed the Money told her that the money smelled like marijuana. Indiana State mounted police, Chipp Ayers, is nearby, she said, asking for the money. Meyers said he smelled it and then asked Richards to agree to search him and his car. Ayers found a tube and a small amount of marijuana and accused Richards of owning it. If convicted, he will face six months to three years in prison and a fine of $10,000. Richards spent hours in jail on Tuesday. Until his brotherin- He was released on bail by law and returned to pay his own $250 bond. — Thanks to reader Grant R. and Aaron M. Horse- Lazy tail thief in Wis Leon town in Wis(AP)— Some horses in central Wisconsin may still be bright. Eyes, but no longer a thick tail. The Waushara and Portage County Sheriff\'s Department are trying to find out who cut the tail of some horses. Waushara County Sheriff David Petersen said that the part of the same horse\'s tail has been cut off about four times since January. Portage County officials are investigating the theft of four show horse tails in the town of Eau Pleine. There was no injury to the horse, and no one identified the motive. In the two counties, the owners called the horses friendly and they were all on the pasture when the crime occurred. Sheriff\'s Office provides cash rewards through Waushara County crime blocking company To anyone who helps with the case. \"We don\'t know if this is part of some sort of ceremony. \"We don\'t know what\'s going on,\" Peterson said . \". Detective Gina Bocher, the Portage County Sheriff, said that the offender may have been after Maomao, which is sometimes used to make jewelry, straps or belts. \"It\'s very expensive if you go and buy it,\" Boettcher said . \". — Thanks to reader Susan. 25- At StateSTANWOOD in Washington, a gorilla with a foot is taking off and washing. (AP)— Police are looking for a large but rather weak gorilla. Owner Mike McDaniel said 25- At Viking Village Mall, inflatable animals with blue and yellow feet are cut off from the tether (search) Last Friday, after the air was released due to strong winds. Used to promote the weeds of a hot ape -- The sale of bath tubs in the mall is more vulnerable to thieves because they can escape immediately, says Daniel. \"If it is fully inflated, it does take 5 to 10 minutes to fully discharge,\" he said . \". According to police reports, the last four seasons spa and stove employee left the mall at 6 in the evening. m. Three hours later, when a night guard came to work, the gorilla disappeared. McDaniel said he also shot a fan who inflated the unnamed gorilla. McDaniel rented inflatable ads from his business, the air game rental on the island of Camano \"I can see that some parties blew this jerk off,\" said Judy Chapman, who coordinated annual sales . \". McDaniel, who offered a $500 reward for returning the monster monkey, said it would take $5,000 to replace it, and when the new rent comes he will lose $1,500 in rental income. At the same auction last year, he said, vandals hacked the gorilla\'s leg. Edited by Paul Wagenseil of Fox News. 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