Thursday, March 08, 2007

Photoworthy: the cat eye


Woman has sex with boys while fire chief husband watched

A Florida woman is accused of luring three young boys into a hot tub while naked and then having a sexual encounter while her husband, who is an Osceola County Fire Department battalion chief, watched.

Investigators said Maryann Long, 44, allegedly lured the boys into her home, with husband and fire chief William Long. "An arrest affidavit said the fire battalion chief's wife used Bailey's and vodka to get the teens liquored up and then took advantage while, allegedly, her husband sat back and watched," Local 6's Charnel Wright said.

Maryann Long was charged with three counts of lewd and lascivious battery, child abuse and contributing to the delinquency of a minor by serving the alcohol after the mother of a boy contacted police. Article here.




Teen drives home with screwdriver in face? WTF?!?

A teenager with a screwdriver embedded in his drove home to call an ambulance after he and a friend were attacked.

Police said the pair, both 18, was in the vehicle in a carpark yesterday when they saw a man chasing a teenage boy. The man fell in front of their vehicle and then tried to open the car door on the passenger's side, but the teenager in the passenger seat held the door shut, police said.

"The man pulled out a screwdriver and thrust it through the open window and stabbed the passenger to the cheek, causing a minor injury," police said. The attacker then went to the other side of the car and stabbed the driver just below the eye, causing a puncture wound to his cheek.

"The driver started the car and drove to his home with the screwdriver embedded in his face and called an ambulance which conveyed him to the Fremantle Hospital for treatment," police said. Article here.


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Dude arrested after trying to run over new bride

A man was arrested by sheriff's deputies Monday after witnesses said he tried to run over his new bride.

The man, 33 and woman, 29, headed to Las Vegas to get married Sunday. On Monday, they apparently got into some kind of argument while driving, Salt Lake County Sheriff's Lt. Paul Jaroscak said.

About 10:40 a.m., the argument reached the point where both people got out of the car. After they argued some more, the woman started walking away and her new husband got back into his vehicle. But rather than drive off, he drove his car at her, Jaroscak said.

The car's front panel on the driver's side bumped the woman, pushing her into the snow, Jaroscak said. Although the man said he didn't intentionally hit her, several witnesses reported otherwise to deputies. He was booked into the Salt Lake County Jail for investigation of aggravated assault.

Neither of the pair is a stranger to the jail, having been booked in several times on a variety of charges. She was released from jail just a week ago, Jaroscak said. Her husband, meanwhile, was arrested exactly one month after his latest release from jail. He has been in the Salt Lake County Jail more than 50 times, Jaroscak said, mostly on misdemeanor charges. Article here.


Piglet is born with two snouts?

A piglet with two snouts and three eyes is posed between mirrors at a farm in Xi'an, in north China's Shaanxi province. The piglet, one of nine born on the farm Sunday, will be sent to a local safari park for professional care.


Mom pleads guilty to 'using baby as a weapon'

A woman pleaded guilty Tuesday to swinging her 4-week-old son like a bat to hit her boyfriend during a fight, fracturing the infant's skull in the process.

Chytoria Graham, 27, pleaded guilty to aggravated assault and endangering the welfare of a child under a plea agreement with prosecutors. By pleading guilty, Graham acknowledged that she grabbed her son Jarron by his feet and swung him, hitting her boyfriend and seriously injuring the child.
The judge ordered a psychological examination for Graham before her sentencing, set for May 8. The charges carry a minimum of five years in prison because the child was under age 12. Two lesser charges were dropped. Article here.


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Dude intentionally crashes plane into ex-in-law’s house

"I've got her, and you're not going to get her." Beth Johnson heard those words from her ex-husband Monday, shortly before he crashed his rented single-engine plane into his former mother-in-law's southern Indiana home, killing himself and the couple's 8-year-old daughter.

The mother-in-law, Vivian Pace, described the cell phone call Tuesday as investigators tried to determine why novice pilot Eric Johnson strapped his daughter into the plane's passenger seat and apparently crashed the plane deliberately into the one-story house.
Pace said she has no doubt that the crash was intentional because Johnson had been harassing his ex-wife for months, including buying a house three doors down from hers. Article here.


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the size of his eyes scare me


19-year-old drinker offers policeman $17 bribe

An underage drinker who police say tried to bribe an officer in exchange for a warning was arrested. Amber Breanne Gordon, 19, of Iowa City, was charged with bribery, possession of alcohol while under the legal age and unlawful use of a driver's license/aiding and abetting. She was released on her own recognizance.

Police said Gordon was at the Summit Restaurant & Bar early Monday morning when she used someone else's driver's license during an identification check. She asked police if they'd let her go if she gave them money, court records show.

She then told the officer she was only joking but would pay if the officer wanted her to. She offered the officer all the money in her pocket, which was $17, records show.

If convicted, Gordon could face up to five years in prison and a fine of up to $7,500 on the bribery charge. The other charges are each punishable by up to 30 days in jail and fines of up to $500. Article here.


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Woman lived with dead roommate for weeks, WTF?

An autopsy planned for Thursday could help solve the gruesome mystery of why a woman chose to live with the dead body of her sister for as long as three weeks.

Police were tight-lipped today about whether they'll pursue charges against a 28-year-old woman whose 19-year-old roommate, identified as her sister, was found late Tuesday night underneath a pile of clothes on the living room floor of their apartment. The body of the 19-year-old was found late last night on the living room floor of an apartment. Police were led to the apartment by an anonymous telephone call reporting someone had been living in the apartment with a dead person for three weeks.

"Our detectives knocked at the door and the woman opened it and there is that odor, and you know right away what it is," said Canton Police Detective Rick Pomorski. Article here.