Marshfield, Wisconsin - If Jeremy Van Ert didn't have bad luck going for him, he wouldn't have any luck at all, says the Association of Mature American Citizens.  Van Ert apparently lost track of time when he stopped by a local convenience store in Marshfield. 

He wound up locked up in the shop's beer cooler when the store closed around midnight.  He was set free the next morning just in time to get picked up by police who locked him up again.  He was charged with not paying for all the beer and malt liquor he consumed in the cooler overnight.  He also was charged with violating his parole.  Turns out he had a previous arrest and one of the conditions of his parole banned him from consuming alcohol.