5 Things to Know This Morning

5 Things to Know This Morning

— -- Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning.

1. Walk 30 Miles Or Do Jail Time, Judge Tells Ohio Teen Who Didn't Pay Cab Fare

What the hail?

An eccentric Ohio judge told a scofflaw teen to take a hike -- and walk 30 miles for stiffing a cabbie for a ride of the same length or face 30 days in the slammer.

Painesville Judge Michael Cicconetti, known for his unusual punishments, meted out the sentence to Victoria Bascom, 19, after she was found guilty of theft for not paying her cab fare of $100, Ciconnetti's secretary Diane Armstrong told ABC News.

"I do have remorse," Bower, who always has maintained his innocence, told The Associated Press two weeks ago from the death row visiting area. "I'm remorseful for putting my family and my wife and my friends through this.

3. Boston Terror Suspect Shot by Cop Made Threats Against Police, Sources Say

A terror suspect who was shot and killed by a Boston cop Tuesday was under 24-hour surveillance because he had made statements indicating he desired to attack police officers, sources briefed on the case told ABC News.

Interpol added six men with ties to FIFA to its most wanted list on Wednesday, issuing an international alert for two former FIFA officials and four executives on charges including racketeering and corruption.

5. Snake Invasion Turns 'Dream House' Into Nightmare for Maryland Family, Lawyer Says

This is one for the hissss-tory books.

One family in Maryland accidentally moved into a home where some unwanted visitors managed to slither in -- more than a dozen snakes -- turning their "dream house" into a nightmare, according to the family's lawyer and a lawsuit.