Is there anything the Ice Bucket Challenge CAN'T do? It continued its run as a force for good by transitioning into a new role this weekend . . . FIGHTING CRIME.
20-year-old Jesean Morris of Omaha, Nebraska is a convicted felon who shot and injured two men a few years ago. He's out of prison now, but violated his parole and had a warrant out for his arrest.
But last week, someone challenged Jesean to take the Ice Bucket Challenge . . . so he took a video dumping ice on his head, then posted it on Facebook. Someone spotted the video, recognized the house . . . and tipped off the police.
They headed out to the house where Jesean shot the video on Friday, and saw him driving away. They pulled over the car and arrested him . . . after he spat on one cop and damaged the cop car.
He's been charged with a parole violation, assaulting an officer with bodily fluid, criminal mischief, resisting arrest, and criminal impersonation.
And since he seems like an all-around bad person, we're guessing he's one of those people who dumped the ice on his head to avoid donating money to fight ALS. (Omaha World-Herald)