OJ Simpson has been caught stealing cookies from the cafeteria of the Nevada prison where he’s been sentenced to spend more than three decades for armed robbery.
A prison report said guards noticed OJ Simpson leaving the cafeteria with something hidden underneath his clothes, and when they checked it out found more than a dozen oatmeal cookies.
“Everyone thought he had smuggled in a cell phone or some other kind of contraband, so when the guard started pulling cookies out of O.J.’s shirt, the other inmates started laughing so hard they nearly fell over,” a source told the National Enquirer.
OJ Simpson has been caught stealing cookies from the cafeteria of the Nevada prison where he’s been sentenced to spend more than three decades for armed robbery
“OJ just stood there with a goofy grin on his face as the guard kept digging inside his shirt and throwing the cookies on the floor.”
OJ Simpson is a severe diabetic, and doctors say he could be dead in months if he doesn’t tighten down his eating habits. The former NFL player turned actor has reportedly ballooned to more than 300 pounds and suffers high blood pressure.
A source close to OJ Simpson says getting his health in order may not be as easy as it seems. He has been trying to diet, but food is one of his only enjoyments in prison.
OJ Simpson may have a chance to turn his life around if he can keep his health in check long enough. This summer he won an appeal to gain parole on some of his charges, though he is likely to remain in prison for at least four more years.
OJ Simpson was able to avoid punishment for his cookie-stealing incident as the guard who caught him took the stolen cookies away and let him go with a warning.
Ohio authorities have released recordings of the chilling 911 calls after TJ Lane began shooting victims randomly in the cafeteria of Chardon High School on Monday.
TJ Lane, 17, allegedly used a .22-calibre pistol to fire 10 shots at a group of students sitting at a table in Chardon High School. Three of the five students he hit have died from their injuries.
Authorities released recordings of emergency calls made by teachers and students at Chardon High School as they desperately sought help to capture the teenager on his deadly rampage.
911 calls recordings revealed that TJ Lane shot victims randomly in the cafeteria of Chardon High School on Monday
One 911 call was made by a young man who identified himself as a student at the school:
“Dispatcher: Did you see the shooter? Are you a student?
Student: Yes. Yes I am a student. I was right by the shooter when he pulled the gun.
Dispatcher: Who was the shooter?
Student: His name is Thomas Lane.
Dispatcher: Is he a student?
Dispatcher: Where is he at now?
Student: He’s somewhere in the building. As soon as I saw him pull the gun and start shooting, I ran outside.
Dispatcher: Did he shoot anyone?
Student: Yes. I saw a couple of students get hit.
Dispatcher: Where was all this taking place at?
Student: In the lunchroom at Chardon High School.
Dispatcher: And you saw him shoot how many?
Student: I saw him take out two and then I was gone… they were laying on the ground in blood.
Dispatcher: What was his beef with these kids, do we know?
Student: I have no idea. It’s a kid that, generally like I try to talk to, he’s very quiet and he doesn’t really talk to anyone.
Dispatcher: Was he picking students randomly?
Student: Yeah, he just pulled out a gun and started firing upon, like 500 kids, all in the lunchroom.
Dispatcher: So he just pulled out the gun and started shooting students in the cafeteria?
Student: Yes. At random.”
The eerie calls come as thousands of residents and students remembered the victims at a candle-lit vigil at a Chardon church on Tuesday night.
Three students – Demetrius Hewlin, 16, Russell King Jr., 17, and Daniel Parmertor, 16 – were killed in the attack.