A Salt Lake City break-in goes awry for the intruder. In Michigan, a man gets prison for spitting in a cop's sandwich — those and other odd crimes in this edition of the bizarre blotter.

Victims help dude who broke in and bled all over their house

People at a home in Salt Lake City ending up saving the life of a man who broke in last week. The 20-year-old is accused of breaking out a window to enter the house, but cutting his arm badly in the process. The victims called 911, and one of them also realized he knew the intruder. “I met the kid the weekend before,” said Pablo Solorio. “He knew my name. He was like, 'Pablo, help me! Help me! Help me!'” The intruder was taken to the hospital and is expected to be arrested when released.

— via KSL.com

Stiff sentence for spit sandwich

A man in Michigan's Upper Peninsula will spend a minimum of two years in prison for spitting in an officer's food. Dalton Ursulean, 24, was sentenced Monday for spitting into a snack wrap and serving it to a uniformed police officer in August 2012. Though Ursulean tested positive for hepatitis C, his attorney said he didn't know he had the infection — and the officer who was served spit did not get the disease. Prison was chosen instead of jail because Ursulean has three previous felonies, six misdemeanors and nine jail incidents.

— via the Iron Mountain Daily News

He fled in a wheelchair and got away

Police in Oakland, Calif. are looking for a man who allegedly beat a woman with his cane and then fled — in a wheelchair. The victim says the man rolled up behind her Monday night and knocked her unconscious by striking her face with a wooden cane. He then wheeled himself away. Police don't know why he attacked her.

— via Contra Costa Times

Not the girl you want to steal a phone from

Two Detroit cops are accused of robbing three men at gunpoint because they suspected the men of stealing a phone from one of their daughters. David Pomeroy and Michael Notoriano allegedly tracked the stolen phone to the three men in July. Authorities allege that they got the girl's phone back, but also took a handgun, cash and pot. Both police sergeants were arraigned on multiple charges Monday.

— via the St. Paul Pioneer Press