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Hightower! Mahoney!

Jul 23, 2014 -- 10:20am

Last Wednesday, a cop in Biloxi, Mississippi saw 30-year-old Roger Beasley driving down the street, and knew from an earlier encounter that he didn't have a license. 

But when he tried to pull him over, Roger jumped out of his car and took off on foot.  So the cop got out and ran after him.

At that point Roger actually had a chance of getting away.  But then he tried to run into a building to hide . . . and it turned out to be a POLICE ACADEMY.

It was the Harrison County Law Enforcement Training Academy, and police academy was IN SESSION.  There were even marked police cars parked out front.  Apparently Roger didn't notice, because he made it all the way to the front door.

Naturally, he was outnumbered and arrested.  He's charged with resisting arrest, driving without a license, careless driving, making an improper lane change, and failure to comply. 

But his most serious charge is possession with intent to distribute . . . because they also found a bunch of CRACK. 

Most Popular Baby Names

Jul 10, 2014 -- 10:22am

If you're having a baby in the next few months, and want to make sure they have the exact same name as everyone else while they grow up, here's your guide.

A baby naming website called Nameberry.com just released a list of the trendiest baby names in 2014 so far.  It's based on the number of searches for the names on their site.

The ten trendiest names for girls are:  Imogen . . . Charlotte . . . Isla . . . Cora . . . Penelope . . . Violet . . . Amelia . . . Eleanor . . . Harper . . . and Claire.

And the ten trendiest names for boys are:  Asher . . . Declan (I'm ahead of the trend as I already have a son with this name). . . Atticus . . . Finn . . . Oliver . . . Henry . . . Silas . . . Jasper . . . Milo . . . and Jude.

As for pop culture names, Katniss from "The Hunger Games" is 14th for girls . . . Khaleesi from "Game of Thrones" is 18th for girls . . . and Django is 46th for boys.

Name That (Expletive) Tune

Jul 09, 2014 -- 10:14am

The hosts on "Good Day New York" tried to play "Name That Tune" on the air yesterday, with a DMX song.  It played for about 15 seconds before they got to the first swear word.  And Greg Kelly kind of freaked out for a minute.  (Greg is the guy who got in trouble last week for ogling his co-worker when she did a segment in a bikini.  The woman in this clip is his co-host Rosanna Scotto.  WARNING: the video has uncensored profanity).

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