Cops: Teen Tried to Steal Cruiser's Gas Mar 17, 5:03 PM (ET) LAMBERTVILLE, Mich. (AP) - A Monroe County sheriff's detective on a stakeout to catch an arsonist arrested the suspect as he tried to steal gas from the officer's cruiser. Officers were placed around homes currently under construction after police had gotten two arson complaints within the past week. Several officers, including Detective Thomas Redmond, watched the 17-year-old walk away from his Lambertville home early Sunday carrying a bucket before he approached Redmond's unmarked vehicle. Police say the teen unscrewed the gas cap and started siphoning the fuel before Redmond got out of the car and chased him. Authorities say the teen later admitted to the two arsons as well as three other arsons in 2006. ---===--- At Auction, UFO Home Didn't Take Off Mar 17, 5:40 PM (ET) CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP) - The sale price for a Chattanooga, Tenn., house shaped like a flying saucer is nothing to phone home about. The Space House sold at auction Saturday for a down-to-earth bid of $135,000. Auctioneer Terry Posey says he's surprised bidding didn't go higher. The sale of the 38-year-old, three-bedroom structure perched on six "landing gear" legs attracted worldwide attention. Posey says Pearl Johnson of Cincinnati bought the mountainside house but didn't want to discuss the transaction. The house has a retractable staircase that lowers to the ground. A neighbor says that feature came in handy for one former owner who was having an argument with her husband. She pulled up the stairway, drove her husband's truck underneath it so he couldn't get the stairs down and left him stuck inside. ---===--- Millions of Bees Loose on Calif. Highway Mar 17, 7:26 AM (ET) SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - Millions of swarming honey bees are on the loose after a truck carrying crates of the insects flipped over on a California highway. The California Highway Patrol says 8-to-12 million bees escaped Sunday from the crates in which they were stored and swarmed over an area of Highway 99 and stung officers, firefighters and tow truck drivers trying to clear the accident. CHP Officer Michael Bradley says a tractor trailer flipped over while entering the highway on its way to Yakima, Wash. The flatbed was carrying bee crates each filled with up to 30,000 bees. Bradley says several beekeepers driving by the accident stopped to assist in the bee wrangling. The bees had been used in the San Joaquin Valley to pollinate crops.