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The incident happened on Monday when the uniformed sergeant went through the drive-thru of the Subway located at 1142 E. state Route 193. After drinking some of the lemonade he had ordered, the officer noted that it “tasted funny.”
“While approaching an intersection that had a red light, he had difficulty getting his foot to move to the brake pedal. (He) drove to the Layton Police Department, where he was observed to have signs of impairment. He was unable to process information and drifted off, and was unable to focus on questions being asked of him,” according to a Davis County Jail report.
The officer was taken to the hospital where it was apparent he was under the influence of some kind of drug. An ion scanner test found that traces of meth and THC were in a sample of officer’s drink.…
Police Arrest 16-year-old Boy After He Allegedly Stabbed His 3-year-old Special Needs Brother To DeathAugust 9, 2016 at 3:40 pm by Morbid
The attack happened Saturday night while the siblings’ mother was at work. According to Sheriff Joe Arpaio, two other siblings, boys ages 4 and 17-years-old, were also home at the time of the stabbing.
Neighbors called 911 after the witnessed the older teen carrying his injured sister and 4-year-old brother out of the house looking for help.
When police arrived on the scene, the suspect ran from the home covered in blood and was apprehend after a short foot pursuit.
Police would find the 3-year-old, who has special needs, dead inside the home. The 9-year-old girl was treated for wounds to her upper torso and later released from the hospital.
The children’s mother didn’t find out what happened until she returned home from work.
The suspect is currently in the Durango Juvenile Detention Center facing charges of second-degree murder, aggravated assault and endangerment. Arpaio said it is very likely the boy will be charged as an adult.…
Police responded to the Pueblo Grande Village mobile home park shortly after 2 p.m. yesterday after receiving a call about a drowning.
“Upon arrival, officers located three individuals who appeared to have drown in a swimming pool,” police said in a news release.
Despite attempting CPR on 3-year-old Azucena Gandarilla; her 6-year-old sister Amaya Gandarilla; and their 17-year-old baby sitter, Joo Lee, all three would later be pronounced dead by the Pueblo County Coroner’s Office.
Residents say the pool is normally packed with kids in the summertime and ranges from 2 to 8 feet deep. There are also signs posted that warn people to swim at their own risk as there are no lifeguards at the pool.
According to Capt. Joe Garcia of the Pueblo Police Department, an investigation into the drownings is ongoing but no foul play is suspected.
“I think it’s just a horrible tragedy,” Garcia said.…
According to reports, 35-year-old Travis Martin called police at about 1:16 a.m. Sunday to let them know that he was shot at by some young boys in an SUV.
Martin, who is homeless, said he did not want to press charges and just wanted police to know what happened. However, Martin called back to say the SUV had returned and the kids had shot at him again while yelling vulgarities.
When an officer arrived at the location, Martin flagged them down and pointed out the SUV. The officer stopped the SUV, driven by 36-year-old Amina El-Zayat, and had her and her three juvenile sons get out of the vehicle.
Inside the vehicle the officer would find two air soft rifles, both replicas of M4 assault rifles, and one of which was fully automatic that could fire 15 pellets at a time.…
Marcotte was visiting her mother when she went out for a jog between 1 and 4 p.m. on Brooks Station Road. When she failed to return and would not answer her phone, her family contacted police.
A K-9 unit would find Marcotte’s body in the woods off Brooks Station Road only a half-mile from her mother’s home.
A source close to the investigation said police are investigating the possibility that she was sexually assaulted and set on fire as she was found with burns on her head, hands and feet.
Authorities have not released exactly how Marcotte died, but do say her death was a homicide. Worcester District Attorney Joseph Early Jr. said it is not clear if the killing was random and urged residents to be careful.
“We have a horrible set of facts, horrible circumstance,” Early told reporters during a news conference. “People should be concerned.”
Early also said there was ‘nothing at this point’ that connected Marcotte’s murder to Karina Vetrano, the female jogger who was sexually assaulted and murdered in Queens last week.…
KANSAS CITY, KS – Caleb Thomas Schwab, son of Republican member of the Kansas House of Representatives Scott Schwab, was killed Sunday at the Schlitterbahn Water Park while on the park’s 168-foot water slide.
For those of you unaware of the Verruckt water slide, riders sit in a three-person raft and are secured with a velcro-type seat belt across the waist and shoulders. The combined weight of riders per raft must be between 400 and 550 pounds
The raft then goes down a 168 foot drop before going back and then down a 50 foot drop. Here’s a first-person video of the ride for those interested.
An official cause of the accident and Caleb’s injuries have not been released, but witnesses say the 10-year-old flew into the air after the first steep drop, causing him to hit safety netting located on the sides of the slide.
Hitting the net caused Caleb to suffer some kind of traumatic injury, as video from a news helicopter showed a significant amount of blood had pooled at the bottom the the slide.…
On July 26, Herweyer and a co-worker were pumping molasses out of a 12-foot plastic vat at the Agri-Science Technology Company.
When the molasses got to about two feet deep, Herweyer put on a safety mask and used straps attached to a forklift to climb down into the tank to adjust a valve.
According to the co-worker, when Herweyer grabbed the straps to climb back out, he didn’t move and would not respond to him asking if he was ok.
When the co-worker found he was unable to life Herweyer out of the tank with the straps, he ran to their boss’ office for help.
Their boss, David Alexander, used an electric saw to cut the tank open and pull Herweyer out of the vat and start performing CPR. But it was too late.
Reports say that Herweyer was on his back in the tank and his safety mask was barely visible.…
The incident happened on Tuesday while 45-year-old Joseph Carrao was at the park with his mother, brother, and three teenage children visiting one of the animal viewing areas.
For reasons known only to Carrao, the idiot picked up one of the 250 flamingos at the park and set it back down without injuring it. He then picked up a second flamingo special to the park, a dancing flamingo named Pinky, that made appearances around the area as part of the park’s conservation and education efforts.
When Carrao’s mother told him to leave the birds alone, the fat fuck threw Pinky to the ground so hard that one of her feet was almost severed. The injury was so severe that veterinarians that examined Pinky had no recourse but to euthanize the bird.
Corrao was detained by the park’s security and arrested by Tampa police on a charge of felony animal cruelty.…
Police received a call Tuesday afternoon from a man worried that his daughter, 30-year-old Karina Vetrano, had not returned from her afternoon jog at Spring Creek Park.
She had also stopped responding to text messages and didn’t answer several phone calls.
Five hours later, searchers would find her cell phone on the Belt Parkway’s bike path which lead them to her body lying face down in nearby weeds.
According to police, her pants had been pulled halfway down and it appears that she’d been strangled to death.
Neighbors say Vetrano jogged with her father, a retired firefighter, almost every night until he suffered a back injury. They added that girls know not to walk along the weeds as the area is populated by “hobos and bums.”
Despite this, Chief of Detectives Robert Boyce said that while there have not been any recent “stranger rapes” in the neighborhood and called the circumstances surrounding Vetrano’s death “unusual.”
I did a quick Google Maps of the area and the weeds are pretty high during the summer.…
According to police, at around 2:30 in the morning, a concerned citizen notified them that there was a vehicle stopped in the road with someone passed out inside.
Police would find 35-year-old Melissa Tomesh passed out in her truck, facing the wrong way on the road. Ever the multitasker, Tomesh was breastfeeding her daughter at the same time.
“When the officers arrived they had to wake up the driver and after talking to her, they realized she was under the influence of something, possible drugs, or a combination of different medications,” said officer Lisa Holland.
Tomesh was taken into custody and is facing a list of charges, including DUI and child endangerment for transmitting drugs to her toddler through her breast milk. Her child was placed with relatives but CPS has been notified of the incident.
“We have contacted child protective custody. We have a detective working with them on the case to make arrangements for a safer environment for the child to be in,” Holland said.…
According to reports, 25-year-old Sean Flowers was at a family party on Saturday when he got into an argument with his son’s mother.
Flowers grabbed his son and left the apartment, wading into a nearby storm water pond while the boy’s mother and family pleaded with him to stop.
Instead, Flowers sat down in the water up to his chest while holding his son beneath the surface.
“It was the most evil thing I’ve ever seen,” said a witness who watched the scene unfold from his window. “That baby cried all the way out into the water, then the crying stopped.”
Another witness followed Flowers into the pond in an unsuccessful attempt to get the baby.
“I saw a baby floating in the water. I grabbed it. I tried to swim away with it. He lunged at me and took the baby again and swam farther, deeper,” the witness said.…
A little after midnight on Sunday, 41-year-old Misty Childs got into an argument with her boyfriend, 45-year-old Lavont Moss inside the halfway-house where Moss lives.
After the argument, Moss went to bed while Childs fixed a pot of soup. Once the soup was boiling, Childs dumped the pot of soup on Moss’s face and torso as he was lying in bed. Childs then fled the scene.
One of the other residents described hearing Moss screaming that Childs had burned him before he fell on the couch.
“He was barely able to breathe because of the pain. He was moaning,” said Ashleigh Ferris.
Wesley Clark, a trained paramedic who also lives in the house, said the injuries Moss suffered were some of the worst he had ever seen.
“His skin, it just looked like someone took his shoulder blades and grabbed the skin and pulled it off,” Clark said.…
On Thursday night, a neighbor 25-year-old Brianna Daley and 27-year-old Brent Daley found the couple’s 2-year-old boy wandering around outside and called police.
According to the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office, deputies arrived to find the boy screaming and crying while attempting to get back into his home. The boy was dirty, barefoot and wearing only a diaper and a T-shirt.
The officers found that the house was unlocked and went inside to see if there were any adults home. No one was home, but they did find a phone number for Brent Daley.
Police called Brent to tell him they were at his home with his toddler and, according to Sheriff Paul Babeu, Brent’s response was “Whatever” before hanging up.
A little while later Brianna and Brent arrived at the home and allegedly admitted they left their son at home so they could go play Pokemon Go in nearby neighborhoods.…
A delivery driver found the bodies of 17-year-old Natalie Henderson and 17-year-old Carter Davis behind the King Plaza shopping center at around 6 a.m. Monday. Police believe their bodies had been there since between 2 and 3 a.m.
Police say they found vehicles behind the Publix, but are not sure if they belong to the teenagers. Investigators are looking at surveillance video from nearby businesses in hopes of finding potential suspects and a motive.
Investigators say the teens knew each other and do not believe a drug transaction was involved. They have not said why the teenagers met behind the store in the early morning hours. Of course I don’t know either, but I have a very educated guess.
Davis was about to begin his senior year at River Ridge High School where he played on the school’s football and lacrosse teams.…
MADISON, WI – Police have charged a 14-year-old girl with attempted murder after she tried to kill her brother’s girlfriend by slitting her throat and telling her she was a psychopath looking for her first kill.
According to investigators, Kali Bookey called police Wednesday morning to report that two men in a pickup truck had tried to abduct her while she was riding her bike. She claimed she talked the men into abducting her brother’s 15-year-old girlfriend instead since she was home alone.
When police arrived at the girlfriend’s trailer, they found her bleeding profusely in her bedroom and she was rushed to the hospital. There she would tell investigators that it was Bookey who had attacked her.
She said she was asleep when Bookey woke her up and put her hands over her mouth. The two got into a struggle and Bookey punched the girl multiple times in the face and broke two bowls over her head. She said Bookey used a shard from one of the broken bowls to slit her throat at least four times.…
In June 2002, Wright removed the racks out of an oven, turned it to broil and waited for it to heat up. She then placed her 14-month-old daughter, Ashley Smith, head first into the oven.
Ashley was rescued by her father who heard her screams and found her inside the oven. While Smith was only in the oven for a short amount of time, she suffered third-degree burns to over 30 percent of her body.
Despite claiming voices told her to put her daughter in the oven, Wright would plead guilty to attempted murder, and be sentenced to 25 years in prison. On Tuesday, after having serving 13 years and 9 months of her sentence, Wright stood before the parole board in hopes of an early release.
Smith was also there to ask the board that her mother remain in prison.…
The body of Karalee Williams was found in a Walmart parking lot back in April. Evidence found inside her vehicle, as well as her autopsy report, concluded Williams had died from a massive overdose of Diflouroethane – the chemical found in Dust-Off.
According to the attorney representing Williams’ family, they have evidence that shows the Walmart store sold Williams at least 60 cans of Dust-Off within a 25 to 26 hour period, including the towels she used to administer the chemical.
“The sheer volume that they are providing this woman, who is undeniably mentally impaired, knowing to an almost certainty that she is going to use it in an unlawful fashion, we think that crosses the line,” said attorney Jeff Steidley.
At first I was wondering how could a Walmart store be responsible for an addict dying in their parking lot, especially since she was buying the product legally and they had no way of knowing what she was doing with it after she left the store.…
Investigators say 30-year-old Clara Bender worked as an inspector at CPM Realty. She was performing a routine inspection at a rental home on Monday when the explosion happened.
Fire Battalion Chief Tim McCaw says the explosion ruptured a gas line, but that wasn’t the source of the blast. The blast was so intense that completely destroyed the house and shook the surrounding homes off their foundations.
Good Samaritans were able to pull Bender and another woman from the rubble, but the married mother-of-one would die from her injuries. Another woman and a 14-year-old boy were also injured in the blast, but their condition and identities have not been released.
CPM President Jeremy Aspen said they gained custody of the property on June 22 after the tenants were evicted, but the tenants had left behind more than $1,000 worth of possessions in the home.…