James Combs’ Hit List

  • A perverted Lake County man “shopping” in an Oviedo Walmart was arrested after using his cell phone to take a picture up a woman’s skirt. Does becoming more technologically advanced leave less privacy for our privates?
  • A Lake County mail carrier is off the job due to allegations she was stealing mail from residents along her Eustis route. In fact, one mom said her daughter had ordered something online more than a month ago and never received the item. When she found out a mail carrier stole it, I bet she went postal.
  • As local bear sightings increase, some Lake County residents have figured out a temporary solution to keep the animals off their property. They have drilled holes and added clips to their trash cans. Smart idea. However, I would love to see a bear venture into my yard just once because I’ve always been fascinated with them. It would definitely be a Kodiak moment!
  • A 20-year-old Wildwood man was arrested after allegedly throwing a cup of coffee at his mother. Apparently, the two had been arguing, so something bad was definitely brewing. Hopefully the youngster learns this isn’t a mature way to espresso himself.
  • A 20-year-old Fruitland Park resident was arrested after stealing two motorcycles and selling them through Facebook. Does this make him a cycle-path? He needs to learn the Golden Rule: Behind every successful criminal is a deactivated Facebook account.
  • A 72-year-old Villages resident was arrested following an altercation with her husband over dog excrement in their home. Hey, lady, they didn’t name the breed Shih tzu for nothing. There’s no need to be so ruff toward your husband.