On January 22nd of 1958 thieves in New York City stole a tractor trailer loaded with $22,000 worth of green coffee. (That would be about $175,000 today.) They drove the truck to another garage at 564 Carroll Street and unloaded the coffee. What they didn’t anticipate was that in removing all of that weight, the truck’s body would rise higher than the garage door through which it had entered.
On March 28th of 1957, seven of the friends of a 12-year-old, blue-eyed, blonde-haired girl from Detroit, Michigan became the new owners of pedigree puppies. Six of the friends received miniature French poodles and another a German Shepherd.
On January 21, 1916 in Reading, Pennsylvania where a 10-year-old girl named Florence Miller was awarded damages in her lawsuit against 14-year-old Oscar Lenhart. Oscar claimed in court that Florence had tattled on him to their teacher.