Somehow, his name is almost as scary as the crime. This is "Crappy News" for Friday, July 20th, 2018.

New York City- A woman ran "afowl" of the law.

Brand X Pictures
Brand X Pictures

61-year-old Emma Soriano was questioned by customs officers at JFK Airport after disembarking a flight from Mexico City.

Soriano reportedly tried to smuggle nearly 10 pounds of heroin inside of packages that resembled cooked chickens. Agents say the four packages contained 9.7 pounds of heroin with an estimated street value of $300,000.

She faces federal narcotics charges and was turned over to Homeland Security. []

Helensvale, Australia- A group of thieves unknowingly live-streamed themselves to police.

Traffic Camera with Lights

Four men allegedly broke into a business late last month and stole solar panels and some surveillance equipment. What they didn't realize was that the cameras had CONTINUED to record, and the owner was able to watch the broadcast of the robbery on his phone.

Video shows the men taking the stolen items to a separate location, where they appeared to also be smoking drugs.

One man has already been arrested and charged. Police are yet to apprehend his three cohorts. []

Storm Lake, IA- A man has been arrested after threatening children where he lives.

King Kong Choul/Photo: Buena Vista County Jail
King Kong Choul/Photo: Buena Vista County Jail

Witnesses told police that a neighbor had been chasing young kids at an apartment complex, threatening to harm them.

47-year-old King Kong Choul--yes, that's his ACTUAL name--allegedly said that he was going to cut the children into pieces and eat them.

Choul was taken to the Buena Vista County Jail and charged with first-degree harassment. Choul had also served jail time earlier this month for public intoxication. [Pilot-Tribune]

Seriously...the guy's name is KING KONG? Was he climbing up the side of the building and puling kids out through windows? Did the cops use helicopters to get to him? I need details.

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