Friday, November 17, 2017

Man leading police on high-speed chase calls 911 and demands to speak with his close friend President Donald Trump

A frantic Florida man leading police on a chase Tuesday morning put in a call to 911 to ask to talk to the Donald, claiming he personally knew the president.
WFTX reports that the incident began when a Collier County Sheriff's deputy approached Aric Frydberg's vehicle, parked at the post office at 12:36am, and noticed a marijuana-like scent around the vehicle, as well as a baggie containing a green substance.
A probable cause statement obtained by the Daily News shows when the officer went to reach for the baggie, Frydberg struck his arm and promptly stuffed the baggie into his mouth, turned the car on and took off, calling 911 shortly thereafter.  More

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Couple charged after fight over pair of underwear


AUSTINTOWN, OH  – An Ohio couple is facing charges, accused of punching and pushing one another during a fight over underwear.
Helen Gionfriddo, 86, was accused of punching her 69-year-old husband in the face after finding a pair of his underwear in the bathtub, according to a police report.
When police were called to their home on S. Edgehill Avenue, dispatch said the woman was yelling, “I’m tired of this.”
Police said Helen Gionfriddo admitted that she did attack Joseph because she was “tired of it all.” 
She told police that Joseph purposefully put his underwear in the bathtub to upset her, and she said he had a girlfriend who worked at a nearby gas station.

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Florida man celebrates 21st birthday by stealing iPad

One birthday celebration was ruined by another after a Port St. Lucie man broke into a woman’s car last week and stole her iPad tablet, city police said.
Officers arrested Ainsley Gayle Jr. Friday after tracking the stolen $680 iPad to his home in Port St. Lucie, according to an arrest report made public Monday.
A 45-year-old woman told police she had come home Friday and was bringing items inside when her iPad slipped out of her purse and fell onto the driver’s side floor. 
The woman said she planned to go back for the tablet but was surprised by a birthday party.  More

Monday, November 13, 2017

Suit: Hospital wrongly released man hours before 3 slayings

An Ohio man previously imprisoned for killing his pregnant girlfriend was improperly discharged from a hospital hours before fatally shooting three people, a wrongful death lawsuit alleges.
The lawsuit by the three victims' estates says the defendant, 62-year-old Muhammad Shabazz Ali, was evaluated at a Dayton hospital last year after saying he needed medicine so he wouldn't hurt anyone, the Dayton Daily News reported . 
The lawsuit alleges a behavioral center and a social worker failed to properly record and inform others about Ali's previous conviction and that a hospital psychiatrist broke protocol in approving Ali's release.
Hours later, Jasper Taylor, 74, Tammy Cox, 53, and Michael Cox, 25, were shot to death.  More

Saturday, November 11, 2017

Woman arrested for cooking her roommate’s pet ferret alive because it bit her




The call for service originated from smoke caused by a burned item located inside 
an oven.
Firefighters cleared the building and discovered a deceased ferret inside the oven.
The two people who rented the apartment advised police of a female roommate 
who had already vacated the apartment.
They said their temporary guest was standing outside of the apartment building 

along with other displaced tenants.
Officer Michael DeJoy and Officer Brianna Miano located and arrested Ivana 
Clifford, 26,  outside of the apartment building after speaking with the owners of the 
dead ferret.  More

Friday, November 10, 2017

While making a stop at the drive-thru of his local Wendy's a man threw a three-foot-long alligator that he found on the side of the road through the restaurant's window. 

US Marshals took the man into custody and released the alligator back into the wild.

Thursday, November 9, 2017

Pennsylvania man charged with DUI after showing up to vote a day early

A Pennslyvania man was arrested after allegedly showing up intoxicated to an elementary school with the intention of voting a day before Election Day.
Douglas Shuttlesworth, 34, was charged with a DUI after police said he drove to a school in Harrisburg on Monday and appeared to be intoxicated.
A woman who identified herself on the phone to the Associated Press as Shuttlesworth’s mother said her son mistakenly thought it was Tuesday.  More

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Actress Arrested For Birthday Cake Battery

Kanira Mora, a 36-year-old Mexican actress living in Florida, was arrested early yesterday after allegedly slamming a birthday cake on the head of her boyfriend, according to a criminal complaint.
Cops say that Mora “had planned a surprise cake” for victim Robert Brown’s birthday. 
However, Brown “came home late and had been drinking,” which upset Mora and prompted a 1 AM argument in the couple’s home in Dunedin, a city 20 miles west of Tampa.
Mora and Brown continued...  More

Monday, November 6, 2017

Teacher bites 2-year-old boy’s face because she did not like his behavior

A preschool teacher accused of biting a 2-year-old student on the face has been arrested on a charge of felony cruelty to a juvenile in Louisiana.
News outlets report 28-year-old Heather Marcotte was arrested Wednesday after being fired from Northlake Christian School in Covington.
She told police she bit the boy in frustration over his behavior. 
The St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office says the boy's mother noticed the bite mark on his cheek when she picked him up from school.  More