Bueller? Bueller? Anyone? Bueller?

The actor who played the principal in "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" has been charged with failing to update his sex offender registration status.

Actor Jeffrey Jones, 63, pleaded no contest in 2003 in Los Angeles to a felony charge of employing a 14-year-old boy to pose for sexually explicit photos. He was placed on five years' probation and ordered to be placed on a registry of sex offenders for the rest of his life.

It is the second time Jones has been arrested and charged with failing to keep his sex offender status current.

Trailer hitch

A Florida woman has been charged with grand theft for allegedly giving away her neighbor's trailer on Craigslist.

Police said Vanessa Kimball, 29, posted an ad on Craigslist, encouraging anyone to "come get this trailer, attach it to your car and get it out of here."

Kimball was reportedly upset that new neighbor Robert Andrews left the trailer in the parking lot of their complex.

Andrews learned about the ad when people continued to show up, asking about the trailer.

Indentured service

A man went to the police in Gainesville, Fla., saying he was robbed by a woman he intended to pay for sex but then reconsidered when she flashed a smile full of bad teeth.

A man told investigators he and a 25-year-old prostitute were negotiating a price until he noticed her dental problems. Then she allegedly snatched $78 from his shirt pocket and fled.

The woman was arrested on a robbery charge.

Gainesville police said it was unlikely the man would face charges for solicitation, because he was the victim of a felony.

Placebo effect

An Oklahoma pharmacist got back at a serial burglar by filling medicine bottles with candy, police said.

Officers responded to an alarm and found the front glass doors of the pharmacy broken and four bottles of hydrocodone missing. The pharmacist informed officers that because of recent burglaries he had filled the bottles with M&M's.

"It's sort of like sweet revenge on his part," said Glynda Chu, Edmond Police Department spokeswoman.

Um, that's not a firecracker

A homemade firework left a Colorado Springs man with serious injuries when it blew up and sent shrapnel into his torso.

Police say a firecracker consisting of a metal tube attached to a fuse went off at a house. Parts of the firecracker had been welded together, but police are still investigating what was in the device.

- Compiled by Scott McCabe