Friday, July 8, 2011

Picture Day

Hairless Rat
All Aboard
Distresses Cows
There go and trim the grass 

Use It Not Abuse It - Woman faked her own kidnapping

Authorities in Horry County say a woman who called 911 from the trunk of her car to say she was kidnapped made up the story.
Investigators say the 24-year-old woman called for help around noon, telling police she was pulled out of her car by a man while stopped at a traffic light in Conway.
The woman told police the man held a knife to her throat, put her in her trunk and drove off.
It took officers about 30 minutes to find the woman using the signal from her cell phone.
Police say the woman is in custody, but no charges have been filed. They did not say why she claimed she was kidnapped.

Small Bits of News You Didn’t Know You Needed

"Ohhh, when I get out of jail you two are SO GROUNDED!"
Authorities say a Utah man was arrested after his two children called police to report that he had marijuana in the house.
The man was charged with two third-degree felony charges of child endangerment and one class B misdemeanor accusing him of possession of a controlled substance.
The man's name wasn't reported.
The newspaper says the man was found to have 23.9 grams, or almost an ounce, of marijuana in his Salt Lake City home.
Authorities say his children, ages 13 and 12, found the drug and called police.
GI Little Jim arrested with blowup doll
A Woodbridge man has been charged with burglary and destruction of property after he was arrested in the closet of an adult video store with a blow-up doll. William County say the man, 28-year-old Justin Dale Little Jim, is an officer in the U.S. Army.
Authorities in Prince
Police responded to a burglary at the MVC Late Night adult store in Woodbridge and found the glass front door shattered and unlocked. A police dog was sent in and led officers to a closet.
Prosecutors told that Little Jim was attempting to have sexual relations with the doll.
Woman lay dead in house for eight years
The skeletal remains of a woman whose death went unnoticed for eight years were found.
Police discovered the corpse of the elderly woman, who died in 2003, after a call from her only known relative — a sister-in-law from whom she was estranged.
The woman, Natalie Wood, who would have been aged 86, was still receiving a pension but the house’s electricity had long been disconnected. Her remains were found on the upstairs bedroom floor of her terrace home
Police said they were contacted by Ms Wood’s dead brother’s sister who had tried to make contact with her to pass on some family information. Family relations were “fractious” and the women had not been in contact since 2003.
“Something occurred within the family that I can’t go into that forced her to make contact,” acting superintendent, Zoran Dzevlan said. There are no other relatives alive except the sister-in-law
The unassuming white two-storey terrace was furnished but did not appear to have been entered for years.
Neighbors said Ms Wood had not seen for 20 years and they believed the house was abandoned.