EPHRATA, Wash. (AP) -- Wearing a red coat will get you noticed. So will selling weed in front of the courthouse. And authorities say Andrew Allen Kramer was doing both. Deputies charge the 22-year-old Kramer was asking people in front of the Grant County courthouse if they wanted to buy some weed. According to deputies, they could also smell the pot. Kramer was searched and authorities say he had 20 grams of packaged marijuana in his pockets. He was busted and cited for possession.
DENVER (AP) -- Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow is hot -- and so is his jersey. Now, the owner of a Denver sports memorabilia shop says some crooks smashed his store window and stole a signed Tebow jersey. Fast Frame owner Jarrod Perrott tells KMGH-TV that the crooks also grabbed a jersey autographed by Broncos legend John Elway. The jerseys were mounted in frames. He puts the combined value of the stolen jerseys at $2,300.
LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) -- Note to bandits: Don't lock the keys inside the getaway car. Police in Lafayette, La., charge Nathan Sonnier didn't get very far after sticking up a convenience store. Authorities say he locked the keys in the car. He was busted while waiting for his mom to bring a spare key. Police say they also found the gun used in the robbery and everything taken from the store.
LOVELAND, Colo. (AP) -- Officials in Loveland, Co., are getting ready for their big day. Valentine's Day cards will soon be pouring into the city, to be postmarked and remailed. The cards will be printed with an image of a cupid wearing a cowboy hat, who's blowing hearts toward a globe. Officials say the deadline for sending domestic cards is February 9th. Cards being sent overseas need to arrive in Loveland by the fourth.
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) -- The Boulder, Co., Public Library is going high-tech. Starting today, library patrons will be able to check out e-readers loaded with best-sellers. The NOOK e-readers will be available at the main library and two branches. The e-books can be borrowed for three weeks and no renewals are allowed. But the free loans could get pretty expensive for those who forget to return the e-readers on time. Overdue fines will run five bucks a day.
DETROIT (AP) -- Ready for a Maserati SUV? The concept vehicle is on display at the Detroit auto show and company officials say it will go into production soon. It will be built in the U.S., but will pack Italian power and style. The engine will be made by Ferrari. The concept is called the Kubang, but company officials say the Maserati SUV will get a new name before it goes into showrooms. No word yet on price, but you probably can't afford it.
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