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The disadvantages of living in a small town   Rolleyes


Police recognize man fleeing on stolen motorcycle, wait for him at his house



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WEST JORDAN, Utah — Police recognize man fleeing from them on stolen motorcycle, dump out of the chase and wait for him at his house to make arrest.
A West Jordan man is facing charges after fleeing from police on a stolen motorcycle during a traffic stop for what police said was a “simple traffic violation.”
West Jordan Police said they made the stop around eight o’clock Saturday night near 7000 S. Redwood Road, the motorcyclist quickly took off.
However, officers decided not to follow the man, because they recognized him. Instead officers went to 38-year-old Brandon Briggs’ home and waiting for him to return.
About an hour after the stop police said Briggs showed up at his house and was taken into custody without incident.
Police later found out that the motorcycle had been stolen. The bike was found crashed nearby, it is unclear if Briggs caused the crash.
Briggs has been charged with possession of a stolen vehicle, failure to stop at the command of an officer and violation of parole or probation.
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#12
"Blowjob?  No thanks!"   Rolleyes



Woman Bit Off, Swallowed Chunk Of Victim's Nose


Texan, 41, faces assault charge for attack in Houston suburb
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JULY 16--A Texas woman is facing an assault charge after allegedly biting off and swallowing a large chunk of the nose of a female victim, according to investigators.
Jessica Collins, 41, was arrested Thursday for the bloody attack in Spring, a Houston suburb. Collins was released from custody after posting $1000 bond on the misdemeanor charge. She is scheduled for a July 19 court appearance.
Collins, who lives in Conroe, another Houston suburb, was staying with a female neighbor of the 28-year-old victim. After spending Wednesday evening at a local bar, the three women returned to the victim’s home, where Collins--seeking to keep the party going--asked her host for booze and cigarettes.
Instead, the victim asked Collins to leave her residence, a request that allegedly prompted Collins to attack the woman. After yanking the victim to the floor by her hair, Collins allegedly bit off a large piece from the bridge of the woman’s nose.
The woman, who needs emergency plastic surgery, told KTRK that she tried to fight off Collins, “but I couldn't. All I could remember was the taste of blood in my mouth.” She also recalled calling her husband while in an ambulance: “I was screaming, like, ‘I don't have a nose. I’m 28 years old and I don't have a nose anymore.’”
A court filing accuses Collins of intentionally causing bodily injury to the victim by “biting Complainant with her mouth.” As a condition of her bond, Collins, a divorced mother of three, has been ordered to have no contact with the victim. According to her Facebook page, Collins works at Michaels, the arts and crafts chain, and has studied therapeutic massage.
A friend of the victim has started a GoFundMe campaign to raise $12,000 to cover medical costs. “Because of the missing piece was never recovered, my friend now needs reconstructive plastic surgery,” notes the solicitation, which adds that the victim was assaulted by a “mentally unstable person” who “lunged at my friend, biting off her nose and swallowing it.”
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At least she will be remembered   Confused 




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#14
Should of posted a young picture of her, when she fucked their uncle. She ain't look like that when she committed the unforgivable act of adultery, thus forgoing any possibility of a heavenly afterlife.

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#15
When your data plan runs out, what do you do?


Teenage Burglar Wakes up California Couple and Demands to Use Their WiFi
By Ewan Palmer On 7/27/18 at 5:05 AM


Police in California have arrested a 17-year-old boy after he allegedly woke up a couple while they were sleeping in their bedroom to ask if he could use their WiFi.
Officers from Palo Alto Police received a call at 12:31 a.m. on July 22 from a couple in their 60s who said a stranger, who had his face covered, had entered their home and asked for the WiFi password.
The male resident confronted the teenage suspect and pushed him down the hallway and out the front door before calling police. No one was injured during the incident.
Police later found the suspect one block away. When officers stopped him, he had a black T-shirt wrapped around the back of his neck under his sweatshirt, which they believe he was using to cover his face when he entered the couple’s home.
When confronted by police, the suspect lied to officers about his identity, according to a statement. It is not known why the teen entered the home, but the couple reported that two of their kitchen knives were missing. Officers did not recover any weapons from the suspect when they detained him.
Police believe the 17-year-old was also responsible for stealing a bike from the area earlier on in the night.
Around 11:45 p.m. on July 21, a resident in her twenties spotted the suspect outside her bedroom window in her yard, gesturing that he wanted to talk to her. She then notified a male resident and the pair went outside to confront him. Again, the suspect asked if could use the pair’s WiFi because he had run out of data.

When they asked him to leave, the suspect rode off on a bike. The pair did not notify police at the time, but realized the next day the bike which was in the yard was missing. The residents watched their home surveillance footage and saw the suspect stealing the bike from the backyard and moving it to the front of the home before making contact with the woman.
Officers later recovered the bike near to the location where the suspect was detained.
Police arrested the 17-year-old on suspicion of residential burglary, prowling and providing false information to an officer.
“Overnight burglaries of occupied homes are very rare in Palo Alto,” the force said in a statement.
“Police recommend securing side yard gates with a padlock, and promptly reporting any suspicious behavior to authorities. Detectives are investigating to see if this suspect may be connected to any other crimes in Palo Alto or the surrounding area.”
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#16
Big Grin  Talk about a brazen motherfucker...

Man steals date’s car, then uses it for another date ...  with her god-sister..


MEMPHIS, Tenn. – A Memphis woman feels betrayed after her date stole her car and then used it to go on a date with her God sister.
As far as nights out go, Faith Pugh said the one she had Saturday with Kelton Griffin was disappointing from the beginning. When he showed up, he didn’t even bring his own car.
“I don’t know who dropped him off. He just got dropped off,” Pugh told WREG.
Pugh said she knew Griffin from their years in high school, but hadn’t spoken to him much lately until he reached out and suggested dinner.
“He just out of the blue texted me and asked me to go out,” Pugh said.
They took Pugh’s black Volvo, but then Pugh said Griffin couldn’t decide where he wanted to take her.
They ended up stopping at an Airport Area gas station.
“He asked me could I go in the gas station for him to get a cigar,” she said.
It turns out that was a big mistake.
“He drove off. I came outside and my car was gone,” Pugh said.
Pugh said her mother picked her up, but then she got a surprising text from her God sister, saying Griffin had asked her out.
“I said, ‘Okay, well send me the address to where you at, and I’m on my way. Tell him to come on,’” she said.
Pugh said they used the GPS on her God sister’s phone to tail Griffin before losing him, but then found him again at a drive-in movie theater on Summer Avenue. Pugh said he was in her car with her God sister.
“He let her drive, so she drove him to the drive-in. He didn’t even have any money. She actually paid their way to get in the drive-in just so I could get my car back,” Pugh said.
Police arrested Griffin that night.
It’s not his first arrest. In 2016, police said he and two other men went out to eat before robbing a restaurant.
If he’s looking for company for his next meal out, Pugh said he needn’t look to her.
“I hope he’s in jail for a long time. I never want to speak to him ever again,” she said.
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#17
^Right before I read that article, I gotta feeling that story take place somewhere in the south LMAO I know that's his god-sister and everything but that's one way to keep it in the family. XD
                                                                               

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#18
Just in from the BBC ... the news service Rolleyes ...  and I confess the only reason I'm sharing this story is the name of the victim   Tongue

Ice cream van attacked by man brandishing Samurai sword


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A man who attacked an ice cream van and threatened its owner with a Samurai sword in front of "screaming" children has been jailed.
Jamie Tickle was drunk and high on cocaine when he climbed into the van and waved the sword as a woman was serving three children on 1 July.
He then hid by bins but was arrested shortly after the attack in Merseyside.
Tickle was jailed for two years and eight months at Liverpool Crown Court for affray and possession of a weapon.
Judge Stephen Everett said the attack "came out of the blue and we may never get to the bottom of why he did what he did".
He said although no-one was injured, the attack caused "psychological devastation".
The judge also said he was unsure whether Tickle, 32, fully understood the seriousness of what he had done.
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The court had earlier heard that Nuntaporn Watkinson had been working at The Rides in Haydock when Tickle, of Central Drive in the town, approached her carrying a three-foot (90cm) long sword.
Mrs Watkinson, who has returned to work since the attack on her 34th birthday, said that while she was "terrified" of being killed, her "biggest fear was for the three children I'd been serving".
"I can hear the children screaming and crying," she added.
A Crown Prosecution Service spokeswoman said: "This was a truly awful incident that took place on a busy suburban street in broad daylight, in full view of a number of children."
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This one is bizarre on many levels Confused

Cops: Man, 39, Battered Girlfriend, 78, Over Unpaid DirecTV Bill



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A 39-year-old Florida man battered his 78-year-old girlfriend during an argument over an unpaid DirecTV bill, according to police.
Investigators charge that David Mann and the victim quarreled Tuesday afternoon “over money and the bills not being paid.” When the woman sought to leave their residence in Bryceville, a Jacksonville suburb, Mann allegedly “pushed her to the bed and put his hands on her neck for a few seconds.”
The confrontation ended when Mann’s mother “yelled from the other room and the suspect got off the victim.” A deputy reported noticing a “small red mark on the victim’s chest.”
The precise nature of the pair’s relationship is unclear. A Nassau County Sheriff's Office report quotes the victim describing Mann as her “live-in ex-boyfriend,” while Mann himself refers to the septuagenarian as his “wife.” A sheriff’s deputy noted that the duo was not married, “but are in an on and off again relationship.”
Mann, seen above, was arrested for battery on a person over the age of 65. He was also hit with a second felony when cops discovered shotgun shells and .22 caliber bullets inside the home. Mann, who is on probation for trafficking in stolen property, is not allowed to have any ammunition in his residence.
Mann is being held in the Nassau County jail on the felony raps. A judge has ordered him to have no contact with the victim and he must stay at least 500 feet away from the Bryceville property.
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I'm not sure if the dude and his mom are living at the victim's house or she's living with them... and at her age, girlfriend should be changed to granny-friend Big Grin
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