Iowa Man Arrested For Graffiti With Spelling Error: Stay in school, kids. Eric Muggenberg is facing a charge of fourth-degree criminal mischief after Sac City, Iowa police say he spray-painted graffiti on a city water tower, causing around $350 in damage. The part of the case that’s caught everyone’s attention is that the graffiti has a misspelled word, reading “Eric and Heather Togher Forever” with a heart on each side. No word on how impressed Heather was about the show of affection.
Drug Suspect Tells Police His Name Is Tyler Durden: The first rule of getting arrested for having a lot of drugs in the car club is…don’t tell the police your name is Tyler Durden. During a vehicle stop in Pinellas County, Florida on Sunday night, deputies found a 9mm handgun, ammunition, and “a trafficking amount of narcotics” in the car, including heroin, cocaine, meth, marijuana, and Xanax. They asked the passenger in the car his name and he said ‘Tyler Durden,” the name of the character from the movie “Fight Club.” His fingerprints told a different story and identified him as Todd Michael Burns, currently on probation for a meth possession conviction. He said he gave a false name “due to not knowing why he was being arrested.”