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Omaima Nelson is the most bizarre and sick individual I've had the occasion to meet.

She sounds hot



Do you think that she somehow managed to eat her hubby and not get fat?

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Wisconsin Woman Accused of Abduction, Cutting Out Fetus

Milwaukee – A woman who faked a pregnancy and panicked as her supposed due date grew near attacked a pregnant mother with a baseball bat and cut her full-term fetus from her womb with an Exacto knife, killing the mother and baby, according to court documents filed Monday.

Annette Morales-Rodriguez, 33, faces one count each of first-degree intentional homicide while armed and first-degree intentional homicide of an unborn child while armed in the death of Maritza Ramirez-Cruz and the boy she was set......

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Drunk, topless woman arrested after leading police on 128mph car chase

By Wil Longbottom

Last updated at 10:52 AM on 27th October 2011

A topless, drunken woman led police on a car chase along route 422 at speeds of up to 128mph before surrendering to officers.

Erin B. Holdsworth, 28, of Hiram, Ohio, was found to be wearing only fishnet stockings, a g-string and high heels when she was arrested in Auburn Township.

Officers used stingers along the highway to disable two of Holdsworth's tyres and she was forced to pull over on the side of the road a short time later.

When they approached her vehicle, the nearly-naked woman got out and staggered across the road before she was handcuffed.

She has been charged with operating a vehicle impaired (OVI), refusing a blood alcohol test, fleeing and alluding, criminal damage, driving under a suspended licence, speeding and reckless operation at Chardon Municipal Court.

Chief Jon Bokovitz, of the Bainbridge Police Department, said Holdsworth was taken to a Geauga County Safety Center after her arrest on October 11, before she was released pending the charges, Fox News reported.

She is due to reappear in court on November 2.


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Raccoon cooking leads to meth maker's arrest.
Police say a man roasting a raccoon in a Midtown apartment building’s rear parking lot Monday, led them to a meth lab that landed his brother in jail.

Officers found the man behind 1985 Madison and say that in addition to the cooking raccoon, he also had several large knives. Investigators called in the department’s meth task force to help after they also discovered buckets of an unknown material.

Police ended up arresting the man’s brother, 26-year-old Adam Eubank, after entering the men’s apartment, according to court records. Police say Eubank had purchased cold medicine used to manufacture methamphetamine nearly three dozen times in the past year.

Eubank’s charged with promoting the manufacture of meth. He’s being held on $75,000 bond.
http://midtown.wmctv.com/news/crime/62769-raccoon-cooking-leads-meth-makers-arrest

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Georgia teen rescued from chimney then arrested
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Atlanta police pulled a 17 year old from a chimney after he got stuck in it. The teen was arrested at the scene and charged with burglary



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Bank robber in Portland, Maine, gets his ass kicked by customers; is removed from bank on stretcher.

http://www.wcsh6.com/video/default.aspx?bctid=1125829264001&odyssey=mod


Should read: Customers put themselves in criminal charges' and civil lawsuits' way just to defend some third party insured corporate shitbirds' money.

Defending yourself is a very good idea. Interceding on behalf of a third party beyond calling the police or verbally trying to stop the assailant goes sideways often.

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She has been charged with ... fleeing and alluding, ....

I wonder what she was alluding to. I guess eluding was an allusion.

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Should read: Customers put themselves in criminal charges' and civil lawsuits' way just to defend some third party insured corporate shitbirds' money.

Defending yourself is a very good idea. Interceding on behalf of a third party beyond calling the police or verbally trying to stop the assailant goes sideways often.



You failed to grasp the nuance. The last few seconds of the video reveal the pummeled bank robber was a racist. Hence, no lawsuits; no criminal charges against the pummelers; no probation for the oppressed offender.

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CALDWELL, Ohio — He lay in the woods for seven hours, with an elbow shattered by an assailant’s bullet.

Lost, covered in his own blood and unsure if the men who hunted him were still nearby, a man from South Carolina hid in the forested hills outside Caldwell until after dark on Nov. 6. Deciding it was safe, he then made a painful 2-mile journey to the nearest farmhouse to call for help.

Investigators say he was the lucky one.

On Tuesday, they found the body of a man buried in a shallow grave near the site where the other man was attacked.

By surviving his ordeal two weeks ago in Noble County, the victim, whose name authorities haven’t released, helped uncover an elaborate scheme by at least two men to lure people with the promise of work from across the country to Ohio. Authorities say the real plan was to rob and kill them.

Two suspects were taken into custody Wednesday after an investigation by a bevy of federal, state and county agencies.

The Akron Beacon-Journal reported last night that the suspects are a 16-year-old Stow-Munroe Falls High School student in Ohio and a 52-year-old Akron man. Their names had not been released.

The adult was being held in the Summit County Jail in Akron on multiple counts related to prostitution, the newspaper said. His bond was set at $1 million.

The juvenile had not yet been charged.

Noble County Sheriff Stephen Hannum said the investigation began when an officer was called to a lonely farmhouse near Fulda, about 100 miles east of Columbus, on a report of a man with a gunshot wound.

According to the victim:

He had come to Noble County after responding to a Craigslist advertisement for a job on a 688-acre cattle farm. Because he would be living at the farm, he was told to bring all of his belongings.

The victim met two men for breakfast in Marietta and then followed them in his own vehicle to Caldwell. He left his truck there, joining the men in their vehicle to complete the trip to the farm. Instead, the men pulled over on Don Warner Road, a gravel country path that winds through the hills on the eastern edge of the county.

The men said they would need to complete the trip on foot because the road ahead was impassable, so the man and one of his assailants got out of the truck and began walking through the woods. That’s when the man heard what he thought was the sound of a gun being cocked.

He looked and saw the other man had a handgun pointed at his head.

The victim was able to deflect the barrel and start running, but not before the other man shot him in the elbow. The assailant continued shooting at the victim as he ran, but the man was able to escape into the woods.

“He said he saw the house all lit up and thought it looked like a friendly place,” said a woman who answered the door yesterday at the residence where the man sought help. She would not give her name because she said she was still shaken by the incident.

Things like that just don’t happen in this tiny community of about two dozen houses that straddle Fulda Road near the almost 200-year-old St. Mary’s of the Immaculate Conception Church.

She said the man rang the doorbell and beat on the door until she answered, and that his shirt and pants were covered in dried blood. The man told her what had happened and said he was afraid the men were going to steal his truck and the all-terrain vehicle and motorcycle that he had brought from South Carolina.

The man was treated at the house by paramedics and eventually taken to a hospital in Akron, where he underwent reconstructive surgery on his arm.

Then, on Nov. 11, the sheriff’s office received a call from a woman in Boston who was concerned about her twin brother, who had gone missing after responding to a similar ad. The brother, who lived in Florida, had last been seen in Parkersburg, W.Va., on Oct. 22.

Hannum said his office called in help from the FBI, the state’s Bureau of Criminal Investigation, the U.S. Marshals Service and a laundry list of other agencies to assist with the hunt.

On Monday, they found a shallow grave that investigators think was intended for the man who escaped on Nov. 6. On Tuesday, they found a second grave near the first, only this time containing the body of a man they think was killed by the same two assailants.

Authorities have not identified the man yet or determined how he died. The Licking County coroner’s office is handling the autopsy.

Hannum said yesterday that there’s no evidence that there are more victims, but he would not rule out that there could be more people involved in the scheme than the two arrested.

The two suspects in the case were arrested in Summit County. Hannum would say only that they were not Noble County residents, but at least one was familiar with the area. The land where the graves were dug is owned by a nearby coal mine and often leased for hunting.

Hannum said authorities think the motive was simple greed. Property belonging to the victims already has been recovered by investigators.

Fred Alverson, spokesman for the U.S. attorney’s office in Columbus, said that the FBI has been assisting the Noble County sheriff’s office on the case.

“We’re reviewing the information provided by the FBI,” Alverson said.

Dispatch reporter Kathy Lynn Gray contributed to this story.



http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories ... oting.html




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