Dim Crims: Never bark at a K9

 A 26-year-old man who was stopped at a sobriety checkpoint in Pennsylvania started barking and growling at a police dog named Chaos. Chaos started barking back, though his handler kept him under control. That was the good news for James Paul Andrews. The bad news is that taunting a police animal is a felony punishable by up to seven years in prison, reports the Cranberry Eagle. Andrews now faces that charge along with others for DUI and driving without a license.           [BJS]