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DELAND, Fla. -- It's an attempted robbery you might not believe. Channel 9 obtained surveillance video that shows a man using part of a palm tree to hold up a store in DeLand.

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Houston father gets life sentence for baby death

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Published June 19, 2008

HOUSTON � A Houston man whose infant son died after sucking on his father's cocaine-tainted fingers while teething was sentenced Wednesday to life in prison.

Dennis Ray Driver, 26, was convicted of felony murder Wednesday for the overdose death of his 8-month-old son, Dennis Jr. The jury also fined Driver $10,000.

Driver told investigators that he fell asleep at his apartment on Dec. 28 with his son lying on his chest. When Driver awoke, the baby wasn't breathing. The infant died the next day at the hospital.


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. . . to describe how messed up that is.
 
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Try stringing a few together adding Monkey, defenestrate and capacious.

I find adding expletives to the word of the day from dictionary.com somehow ups the viciousness of my cursing.

(And a Monkey is always a good addition to any rant.)
 
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Woman accused of striking police officer, horse

By Joshunda Sanders | Tuesday, June 24, 2008, 10:02 AM

A 21-year-old Austin woman is being held at the Travis County jail for striking a police officer and his horse, Dusty, in their faces with her shoe, according to an arrest affidavit.

Full details available here: http://www.statesman.com/blogs/content/shared-gen/blogs/austin/blotter/entries/2008/06/24/woman_accused_of_injuring_poli.html
 
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Teen decapitated by Batman roller coaster in Georgia

By MIKE STOBBE
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AUSTELL, Ga. � A teenager was decapitated by a roller coaster after he hopped a pair of fences and entered a restricted area Saturday at Six Flags Over Georgia, authorities said.

Six Flags officials are uncertain why the unidentified 17-year-old from Columbia, S.C. scaled two 6-foot-high fences and passed signs that said the restricted area was both off-limits and dangerous to visitors, spokeswoman Hela Sheth said in a news release.


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A 21-year-old Austin woman is being held at the Travis County jail for striking a police officer and his horse, Dusty, in their faces with her shoe, according to an arrest affidavit.


Who throws a shoe? Honestly?
 
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Maybe "her shoe" refers to the horse's shoe. A horseshoe can be a mean deadly weapon.
 
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Do ya'll remember that movie Single White Female? I think I was in high school when it came out....and the cool high-heel death scene was very funny to us--but that high heel put a nice sized hole in someone's forehead....deadly weapon.
 
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A 21-year-old Austin woman is being held at the Travis County jail for striking a police officer and his horse, Dusty, in their faces with her shoe, according to an arrest affidavit.


Who throws a shoe? Honestly?


Well Mr. Newell, our esteemed late former collegue, Mr. Gil Epstein, and I once acheived local notority in 1996 in Fort Bend County by trying a woman who injured another woman who was attempting to steal the boyfriend of the defendant by striking her mere millimeters above the eye with a high heeled shoe, resulting in a pretty nasty gash that if memory serves had to be closed by numerous stitches.

Would it surprise you that both women were in their 20's, and that the man was in his late 50's? Would it further surprise you to know that crack cocaine was somehow "involved" with at least our defendant, leading Mr. Epstein to comment privately after the trial about "stupid crackhead tricks"?

The defendant was ably, but not successfully, defended by Phoebe Smith and Marci Davidoff.
 
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Just don't want you to think that Austin Powers reference went unnoticed...
 
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Just don't want you to think that Austin Powers reference went unnoticed...


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By: Terri Richardson - Texarkana Gazette - Published: 07/01/2008

Electroshocks are not therapeutic to catfish and two men caught administering the shocks Saturday into the Red River near New Boston, Texas, were arrested and fined.

Kyle Martin, 22, of New Boston and Curt Johnson, 24, of Fouke, Ark., were both arrested about 3 p.m. Saturday by the Arkansas Game & Fish Commission and booked into the Little River County Jail with $1,105 fines each for the offense, said Arkansas Wildlife Officer Cpl. Jackie Runion. The two were released Monday.

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Electroshocks are not therapeutic to catfish


Yeah, but it does relax the hell out of them! Big Grin
 
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Man charged after hitting mom with Polish sausage

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DELAND, Fla. - A man was charged with battery after he hit his mother in the head with a three-pound package of Polish sausage, police said.


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Sometimes a sausage is just a sausage.
 
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Man struck by bicycle dies

An Austin man who was struck by a bicyclist and hospitalized last week died Sunday after being taken off life support.

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Man gets 35 years in Houston 'stinky feet' slaying

HOUSTON -- An argument about stinky feet that led to the 2007 stabbing death of a man in Houston ended with his roommate going to prison over the killing.

The Harris County District Attorney's Office says 23-year-old William Antonio Serrano was sentenced Tuesday to 35 years in prison after pleading no contest to murder.

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The Lizard Man is innocent!
 
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Tainted cookie suspect worked for MADD

By ANGELA K. BROWN Associated Press Writer

LAKE WORTH, Texas � A teenager suspected of delivering drug-laced cookies to a dozen police stations was fulfilling court-ordered community service work for Mothers Against Drunk Driving, the agency said Wednesday.


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