Around 2 p.m., first responders were notified that a man had climbed about 85 feet up into an electrical transmission tower.
Several commenters on the Texarkana post mentioned they thought it had been hailing before they realized it was fish coming down.
The police arrived, saw the 'infant' unresponsive in the seat, broke one of the windows on the car and rescued the doll.
'I have pictures of him driving in, and then coming out 10 minutes later with a bunch of my stuff in the back of his car,' he told deputies.
A mental health evaluation was ordered for him on Oct. 5, but the results have remained sealed by a court order.
By November 11, the whole bridge - which was 58 feet long, 10 feet wide and six feet high - had disappeared.
Most people in her shoes would enjoy the fruits of their labor and the monumental and unique goal they achieved - but Skipper isn't done.
Written on a piece of cardboard is the code: 'Up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, B, A, start.' Does that sound familiar?
The man appeared to be avoiding employees, and after he disappeared they just assumed he left the building.
She later shared that this information was 'overwhelming' and she hasn't really been interested in getting to know any of her half-siblings.
Over 100 other, more professional treasure hunters have looked for signs of the hoard and have come away empty-handed.
Reports of "tadpoles" kept coming in, so Carter decided to check it out. What she discovered was something much more interesting than toads.
When staff pressed management for an answer, they were told that the cameras were installed in 2015 but have been non-operational for some time.
'I haven’t actually cried about this yet,' homeowner Amber Trucke told an interviewer. 'I think it just hit me.'
The big-eyed doll would have been spooky enough to find in the empty space, but she came along with a note.
Rescuers had been searching for him for hours, but they had a big area to cover and a single person swimming was not going to be easy to spot.
While the setback was certainly not what Baluchi had hoped for, his goal remains clear and his determination doesn't seem to have flagged.
Her son, Callihan, was ready for his debut, and no bad timing or awkward setting was going to deter him from his big moment.
The paratrooper crashed through a tile roof and fell into the kitchen of the home, missing major beams and the kitchen counter.