I thought this was here but I searched and cant find it sorry if dupe
Woman bites 2 people in convenience storeEmi Coleman
Nov 11, 2011
http://www.9news.com/rss/story.aspx?storyid=229271DENVER - On Monday night, a woman went into a convenience store in the 4600 block of Tower Road, sexually assaulted a customer and then bit him and a clerk on the neck.
"I was in shock! Did she really just bite me?" Alice Gonzalez, who was bitten in the strange incident, said. "I could feel her teeth."
The clerk says the suspect frequents the Barn Store.
"She latches on to my neck through my hoodie, cause I had a blue hoodie on," Gonzalez explained.
The clerk showed 9Wants to Know investigator Jeremy Jojola the marks on her still swollen neck.
"I was thinking, 'OK, my neck is safe through the hoodie.' Oh, was I wrong," Gonzalez said.
According to Denver Police, the yet unidentified woman walked into the Barn Store around 10:30 p.m., groped the customer and bit him on the neck. The woman then allegedly went up to the clerk, asked for a hug and proceeded to bite the woman on the neck too.
"We have no pattern of vampires in the area," Denver Police spokesman Sonny Jackson admitted jokingly. "This is highly unusual, highly bizarre."
Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $2,000 for help in finding the "vampire bandit" who bit the woman and the customer of the Barn Store.
"Unfortunately, we make light of it, but the human mouth is a very dirty place and it's dangerous to be bit by someone," Jackson said.
The woman left the store with a man who had short, lightly-colored hair and was driving a dark-colored sedan.
Emi Coleman turns Breaking Dawn into broken skin, busted for allegedly biting 2 necks (VIDEO)
Nov 17 2011
http://blogs.westword.com/latestword...mpire_bite.phpTalk about a timely crime. During the run-up to the release of the sure-to-suck Breaking Dawn -- Part 1, a woman thought to be Emi Coleman allegedly took the vampire craze a little too personally. She's accused of biting two people on the neck during a visit to a convenience store -- and like a true vamp, she didn't discriminate based on gender. Guess the common denominator was blood.
Emi Coleman's sentence for neck biting sucks -- for her
http://blogs.westword.com/latestword...e_sentence.phpLast November, as the hype engine for the latest Twilight movie was running at full tilt, Emi Coleman got downright vampiric, chomping on the necks of not one but two people at a convenience store.
Now she's been sentenced, and while the law's bite certainly could have been harder, that won't make completing her punishment suck any less.
According to the Denver Police Department, as we originally reported in the post linked above, a woman subsequently identified as Coleman stopped by the Barn Store, at 4650 Tower Road, around 10:30 p.m. on November 7. Surveillance photos like this one...
... hardly made her look threatening. And maybe she was just trying to be super-friendly when she groped a male customer before biting his neck. Then Coleman, termed a semi-regular at the store, approached the on-duty clerk, a female, and asked for a hug, which she supplemented by sinking her teeth into the employee's neck, too.
The clerk reportedly thought she'd come out of this encounter unscathed, since fabric from her blue hoodie was between her flesh and Coleman's choppers. But she was wrong: Coleman still managed to leave quite a mark before leaving the store with a white male companion in a dark sedan.
The story was manna from heaven (or maybe hell) for our friends at 9News, whose report about the incident, on view below, featured references to Count Dracula, Twilight and True Blood in quick succession. But it was considerably less amusing for Coleman, who was arrested for investigation of unlawful sexual conduct and two counts of third-degree assault.
Cut to yesterday, when Coleman pleaded guilty to third-degree assault. Her punishment? One year of supervised probation that includes a thirty-day jolt in Denver County Jail and sixty days of in-home detention. In addition, she'll receive treatment related to drugs, alcohol, mental health and anger management.
Meanwhile, the countdown to the next Twilight movie has already started. Coleman would probably be better off skipping it -- and the same goes for the rest of us.
VIDEO AT LINK