School psychologist a fake
A woman in Sumter, South Carolina is accused of stealing a Knoxville woman’s name and using it to get a job at the school. Kimberly Arnold, 44,is charged with two counts of forgery, breach of trust with intent and fraudulent use of a falsified or altered diploma or transcript.
Linda Jones, a legitimate school psychologist got a call from the IRS saying se owed back taxes for her work in Sumter so she notified authorities and they arrested the imposter.
According to reports, Arnold told them she only has a high school diploma.
Ice Cream needs new name
A New England Ice Cream maker needs the publics help in naming the ice cream that they came out with to help the Boston Red Sox win the World Series.
Brigham’s Ice Cream debuted a flavor called “Reverse the Curse” earlier this year, and now that the Sox have won the series, they want some help re-naming the flavor.
The company had narrowed the choices down to four, Curse Reversed, Believe It, Sox Rock or Fenway’s Faithful.