Connecticut State Trooper Steals Cash and Gold Chain from Dying Motorcycle Crash Victim - Caught on his own Dashboard Cam

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut state trooper has pleaded guilty to charges he stole cash and jewelry from a dying accident victim.

The Connecticut Post reports 45-year-old Aaron Huntsman entered a guilty plea Wednesday to charges of larceny and tampering with evidence under the Alford Doctrine. That means he does not agree with the state’s case, but concedes there is enough evidence to secure his conviction.

Prosecutors say Huntsman, a 19-year veteran of the state police, was caught on video from his cruiser’s dashboard camera stealing a gold chain and $3,700 from 49-year-old John Scalesse as the motorcyclist lay dying on Sept. 22, 2012.

Scalesse was fatally injured when his motorcycle crashed on the Merritt Parkway in Fairfield.

Huntsman faces 18 months in prison when he is sentenced on Oct. 3.

Connecticut State Trooper Steals Cash and Gold Chain from Dying Motorcycle Crash Victim - Caught on his own Dashboard Cam

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut state trooper has pleaded guilty to charges he stole cash and jewelry from a dying accident victim.

The Connecticut Post reports 45-year-old Aaron Huntsman entered a guilty plea Wednesday to charges of larceny and tampering with evidence under the Alford Doctrine. That means he does not agree with the state’s case, but concedes there is enough evidence to secure his conviction.

Prosecutors say Huntsman, a 19-year veteran of the state police, was caught on video from his cruiser’s dashboard camera stealing a gold chain and $3,700 from 49-year-old John Scalesse as the motorcyclist lay dying on Sept. 22, 2012.

Scalesse was fatally injured when his motorcycle crashed on the Merritt Parkway in Fairfield.

Huntsman faces 18 months in prison when he is sentenced on Oct. 3.

Deadly Combustable Mix: Drunk Husband and Wife, Most Likely Naked on Jet Skis, Arguments about Oral Sex with another Guy.

A Florida man is accused of throwing his wife off a jet ski after she caught him in an affair with another man.

Michael Doster, 50, is now under investigation in the death of his wife, Pamela.

The two were riding a jet ski on July 13 off of Passage Key Beach is “popular with boaters that like to take their clothes off,” Manatee County Public Information Officer Randy Warren told the WTSP.

Police say the couple got into an argument when Pamela Doster, 45, told her husband she caught him and another man performing oral sex on one another, according to a sheriff’s report obtained by The Smoking Gun. Both the Dosters had been drinking, according to NBC News.

Michael Doster allegedly pulled his wife off of the jet ski by her hair, but she climbed back on. This happened 4 more times, but on the fourth time she hit her head on the side of the craft, according to the sheriff’s report.

She said after she hit her head, her husband tried to get her to get back on the jet ski, but she refused. He then called 911, telling dispatchers his wife had jumped off of the craft.

The woman was able to make it to a sand bar on her own, where she was found around 10 p.m. with a swollen hip and bruises on her arm and head. She told responders what happened, but died of her injuries at a hospital on Wednesday.

Deadly Combustable Mix: Drunk Husband and Wife, Most Likely Naked on Jet Skis, Arguments about Oral Sex with another Guy.

A Florida man is accused of throwing his wife off a jet ski after she caught him in an affair with another man.

Michael Doster, 50, is now under investigation in the death of his wife, Pamela.

The two were riding a jet ski on July 13 off of Passage Key Beach is “popular with boaters that like to take their clothes off,” Manatee County Public Information Officer Randy Warren told the WTSP.

Police say the couple got into an argument when Pamela Doster, 45, told her husband she caught him and another man performing oral sex on one another, according to a sheriff’s report obtained by The Smoking Gun. Both the Dosters had been drinking, according to NBC News.

Michael Doster allegedly pulled his wife off of the jet ski by her hair, but she climbed back on. This happened 4 more times, but on the fourth time she hit her head on the side of the craft, according to the sheriff’s report.

She said after she hit her head, her husband tried to get her to get back on the jet ski, but she refused. He then called 911, telling dispatchers his wife had jumped off of the craft.

The woman was able to make it to a sand bar on her own, where she was found around 10 p.m. with a swollen hip and bruises on her arm and head. She told responders what happened, but died of her injuries at a hospital on Wednesday.

ETERNAL WAR AGAINST SPIDERS! Man Burns House in Attempt to Kill Spider with Lighter and Spray Paint

by Jonathan Higbee

Well, the spider’s dead isn’t it?! (It is, right?)

If you ever read in the news that we accidentally burned down our home, this is likely the exact reason why that happened: killing a spider with a lighter and spray paint. 

A Seattle man used this combination in the latest battle of the Eternal War Against Spiders and caused $40,000 in fire damage to his home. The Seattle Fire Department responded to the call to put out the blaze before it consumed the entire house. “Worth it,” the man may or may not have said.

A man who lived at the home told fire officials he was trying to kill a spider in his laundry room using a can of spray paint and a lighter when the wall caught fire, according to Kyle Moore with the Seattle Fire Department. The man wasn’t able to put the fire out himself, and he left the home when it began to spread.

"I don’t want to encourage people to do this, but that’s what he did," Moore said. "The spider tried to get into the wall. He sprayed flames on the wall, lit the wall on fire, and that extended up to the ceiling."

The man initially tried to put water on the fire, but he wasn’t able to put it out and the blaze spread quickly spread into the attic.

"There are safer, more effective ways to kill a spider than using fire," Moore said. "Fire is not the method to use to kill a spider."

That’s debatable, I think. Don’t make me look for better options than the Bic bendable grill lighter when I’m faced with a spider and obviously only seconds left of my life.

ETERNAL WAR AGAINST SPIDERS! Man Burns House in Attempt to Kill Spider with Lighter and Spray Paint

by Jonathan Higbee

Well, the spider’s dead isn’t it?! (It is, right?)

If you ever read in the news that we accidentally burned down our home, this is likely the exact reason why that happened: killing a spider with a lighter and spray paint.

A Seattle man used this combination in the latest battle of the Eternal War Against Spiders and caused $40,000 in fire damage to his home. The Seattle Fire Department responded to the call to put out the blaze before it consumed the entire house. “Worth it,” the man may or may not have said.

A man who lived at the home told fire officials he was trying to kill a spider in his laundry room using a can of spray paint and a lighter when the wall caught fire, according to Kyle Moore with the Seattle Fire Department. The man wasn’t able to put the fire out himself, and he left the home when it began to spread.

"I don’t want to encourage people to do this, but that’s what he did," Moore said. "The spider tried to get into the wall. He sprayed flames on the wall, lit the wall on fire, and that extended up to the ceiling."

The man initially tried to put water on the fire, but he wasn’t able to put it out and the blaze spread quickly spread into the attic.

"There are safer, more effective ways to kill a spider than using fire," Moore said. "Fire is not the method to use to kill a spider."

That’s debatable, I think. Don’t make me look for better options than the Bic bendable grill lighter when I’m faced with a spider and obviously only seconds left of my life.

(via kidzombie)

(via sle4zy)

DRUNK BOYFRIEND, GIRLFRIEND CRASH CARS INTO EACH OTHER, MERCED PD SAYS

Monday, July 14, 2014
MERCED, Calif. — Merced, Calif., police say a boyfriend and girlfriend crashed their cars into each other while driving home drunk from a party.

The collision happened at Childs Avenue and S Street just before 1 a.m. Sunday. Officers say it started when Steven Murrieta, 30, and Cheng Saeturn, 29, left a nearby party in separate cars. Murrieta is accused of cutting through a park and taking out a barbecue pit before running a stop sign and hitting his girlfriend’s car. 

Police say his blood-alcohol level was nearly five times the legal limit. He was taken to the hospital and then booked into jail.

Saeturn suffered a broken collar bone and was cited at the hospital. Her blood-alcohol level was much lower than Murrieta’s, according to authorities.

DRUNK BOYFRIEND, GIRLFRIEND CRASH CARS INTO EACH OTHER, MERCED PD SAYS

Monday, July 14, 2014
MERCED, Calif. — Merced, Calif., police say a boyfriend and girlfriend crashed their cars into each other while driving home drunk from a party.

The collision happened at Childs Avenue and S Street just before 1 a.m. Sunday. Officers say it started when Steven Murrieta, 30, and Cheng Saeturn, 29, left a nearby party in separate cars. Murrieta is accused of cutting through a park and taking out a barbecue pit before running a stop sign and hitting his girlfriend’s car.

Police say his blood-alcohol level was nearly five times the legal limit. He was taken to the hospital and then booked into jail.

Saeturn suffered a broken collar bone and was cited at the hospital. Her blood-alcohol level was much lower than Murrieta’s, according to authorities.

Busted! Two women caught stealing a canopy on the beach, lie about it, then attack!


Over 5 million youtube views in a few days. I’d be much more angry than the guy filming. The women left before cops arrived but they are shamed!
Fan Caught Sleeping at Yankees Game Suing ESPN for $10 Million in Damages…for Emotional Distress?!

The fan who was caught sleeping is suing ESPN for $10 million in damages. The Smoking Gun reported the details:

Andrew Rector, 26, nodded off during the fourth inning of an April 13 contest at Yankee Stadium, and was shown on TV with his head slumped to the side as he snoozed in his second-row seat in the ballpark’s lower level. 

ESPN announcer Dan Shulman referred to the sleeping fan as “oblivious,” while John Kruk, the network’s color commentator, noted that the ballpark was “not the place you come to sleep.” Shulman also wondered whether the fan had slept through a third inning home run by Yankee Carlos Beltran (which, Shulman said, prompted the crowd of 45,000 to “stand up and cheer”).

In his complaint, which was filed this month in State Supreme Court in the Bronx, Rector contends that he was subjected to an “unending verbal crusade” by the ESPN announcers. The comments caused Rector […] emotional distress, according to the July 3 lawsuit.

Fan Caught Sleeping at Yankees Game Suing ESPN for $10 Million in Damages…for Emotional Distress?!

The fan who was caught sleeping is suing ESPN for $10 million in damages. The Smoking Gun reported the details:

Andrew Rector, 26, nodded off during the fourth inning of an April 13 contest at Yankee Stadium, and was shown on TV with his head slumped to the side as he snoozed in his second-row seat in the ballpark’s lower level.

ESPN announcer Dan Shulman referred to the sleeping fan as “oblivious,” while John Kruk, the network’s color commentator, noted that the ballpark was “not the place you come to sleep.” Shulman also wondered whether the fan had slept through a third inning home run by Yankee Carlos Beltran (which, Shulman said, prompted the crowd of 45,000 to “stand up and cheer”).

In his complaint, which was filed this month in State Supreme Court in the Bronx, Rector contends that he was subjected to an “unending verbal crusade” by the ESPN announcers. The comments caused Rector […] emotional distress, according to the July 3 lawsuit.

Robbery Suspect who Shot Himself in Testicles Jailed

PORTLAND – A suspect who shot his neighbor during a robbery and then accidentally shot himself in the testicles Tuesday was booked Wednesday in the Multnomah County Jail, police said.

Joseph Johnson, 40 (pictured), was charged with robbery, assault and felon in possession of a firearm after detectives learned he confronted his neighbor, 32-year-old Jordan Merrell, in the parking lot behind their building at Southwest 10th Avenue and Southwest Columbia Street, said Sgt. Pete Simpson with Portland police.

Around 8 p.m., Johnson demanded Merrell’s property then shot him once in the leg. While Johnson ran away, he shoved the gun into his front waistband and shot himself in the testicles, Simpson said.

Witnesses said they heard the argument and saw Merrell run into a nearby Safeway grocery store with a gunshot wound.
Police swarmed to the area and closed adjacent streets to track Johnson down.

Transit police then spotted Johnson talking to a woman getting into her car at Southwest 6th Avenue and Southwest Mill Street. Johnson tried to run but fell to the ground and was taken into custody.

Johnson still had the handgun used in the shooting, which police later learned was stolen during a car break in near the Rose Quarter in November.

Johnson was treated for his injuries and booked in jail. Merrell was in the hospital with serious but non-life-threatening injuries.

Robbery Suspect who Shot Himself in Testicles Jailed

PORTLAND – A suspect who shot his neighbor during a robbery and then accidentally shot himself in the testicles Tuesday was booked Wednesday in the Multnomah County Jail, police said.

Joseph Johnson, 40 (pictured), was charged with robbery, assault and felon in possession of a firearm after detectives learned he confronted his neighbor, 32-year-old Jordan Merrell, in the parking lot behind their building at Southwest 10th Avenue and Southwest Columbia Street, said Sgt. Pete Simpson with Portland police.

Around 8 p.m., Johnson demanded Merrell’s property then shot him once in the leg. While Johnson ran away, he shoved the gun into his front waistband and shot himself in the testicles, Simpson said.

Witnesses said they heard the argument and saw Merrell run into a nearby Safeway grocery store with a gunshot wound.
Police swarmed to the area and closed adjacent streets to track Johnson down.

Transit police then spotted Johnson talking to a woman getting into her car at Southwest 6th Avenue and Southwest Mill Street. Johnson tried to run but fell to the ground and was taken into custody.

Johnson still had the handgun used in the shooting, which police later learned was stolen during a car break in near the Rose Quarter in November.

Johnson was treated for his injuries and booked in jail. Merrell was in the hospital with serious but non-life-threatening injuries.

Good Guys Celebrate New Georgia Gun Law by almost Shooting Each Other

Two legally armed Georgia men made good use of the state’s open-carry law on its first day of implementation by starting a gun-rights pissing match in a convenience store, challenging each other’s authority, and occasioning a drawdown and an arrest.

"Essentially, it involved one customer with a gun on his hip when a second customer entered with a gun on his hip," Police Chief Brian Childress told the Valdosta Daily Times:

A man carrying a holstered firearm entered the store to make a purchase. Another customer, also with a holstered firearm, approached him and demanded to see his identification and firearms license, according to the Valdosta Police Department report:

The customer making demands for ID pulled his firearm from its holster but never pointed it at the other customer, who said he was not obligated to show any permits or identification.

He demanded the man’s ID again. Undeterred by the drawn gun, the man paid for his items, left the store and called for police.

On arriving, cops arrested the more standy-groundy of the two Second Amendment Men, pointing out that under the new law no one—not the cops, and certainly not a random good guy with a gun—can demand proof of licensing from any other armed citizen.

Of course, no one could have foreseen these sorts of complications arising out of the expansion of gun-carry laws. No one. At all.

Good Guys Celebrate New Georgia Gun Law by almost Shooting Each Other

Two legally armed Georgia men made good use of the state’s open-carry law on its first day of implementation by starting a gun-rights pissing match in a convenience store, challenging each other’s authority, and occasioning a drawdown and an arrest.

"Essentially, it involved one customer with a gun on his hip when a second customer entered with a gun on his hip," Police Chief Brian Childress told the Valdosta Daily Times:

A man carrying a holstered firearm entered the store to make a purchase. Another customer, also with a holstered firearm, approached him and demanded to see his identification and firearms license, according to the Valdosta Police Department report:

The customer making demands for ID pulled his firearm from its holster but never pointed it at the other customer, who said he was not obligated to show any permits or identification.

He demanded the man’s ID again. Undeterred by the drawn gun, the man paid for his items, left the store and called for police.

On arriving, cops arrested the more standy-groundy of the two Second Amendment Men, pointing out that under the new law no one—not the cops, and certainly not a random good guy with a gun—can demand proof of licensing from any other armed citizen.

Of course, no one could have foreseen these sorts of complications arising out of the expansion of gun-carry laws. No one. At all.

It would be a Student from America that gets stuck in a Giant Vagina in Germany.

The exchange student from America is believed to have climbed inside the marble sculpture in Tubingen, Germany, on Friday afternoon, for a dare.

However, once inside he found he was stuck.Five emergency vehicles and 22 firemen are believed to have eventually eased the unnamed man out but not before someone took a picture and posted it on social media site Imgur.

The man, whose legs got wedged at the bottom of the art installation, was eventually freed and was said to be ‘really embarrassed’.

Erick Guzman, who took the images and posted them online, said: ‘I was there!!! He just wanted to take a funny picture.

‘The fire department was not really amused, and he was really embarrassed.’

The sculpture is by a Peruvian artist called Fernando de la jara and has been at the Tubingen University in the German town for the last 13 years in the Institute for Microbiology.

The sculpture is called Pi-Chacan, which is said to mean ‘love making’ in Peruvian-Indian.

It would be a Student from America that gets stuck in a Giant Vagina in Germany.

The exchange student from America is believed to have climbed inside the marble sculpture in Tubingen, Germany, on Friday afternoon, for a dare.

However, once inside he found he was stuck.Five emergency vehicles and 22 firemen are believed to have eventually eased the unnamed man out but not before someone took a picture and posted it on social media site Imgur.

The man, whose legs got wedged at the bottom of the art installation, was eventually freed and was said to be ‘really embarrassed’.

Erick Guzman, who took the images and posted them online, said: ‘I was there!!! He just wanted to take a funny picture.

‘The fire department was not really amused, and he was really embarrassed.’

The sculpture is by a Peruvian artist called Fernando de la jara and has been at the Tubingen University in the German town for the last 13 years in the Institute for Microbiology.

The sculpture is called Pi-Chacan, which is said to mean ‘love making’ in Peruvian-Indian.