DOVER, Del. – Meet Andrew Rankin…or as I like to call him, a 28-year-old Sad Sack Of Shit. We post a lot of disgusting behavior here on D’D, and while I would never be one to actually take the time to gauge one heinous action over another, one particular criminal pastime that pisses me off more than most deals with people who drive under the influence. Andrew Rankin is familiar with this activity as back in 2004, he was responsible for the drunk driving accident that killed his 20-year-old passenger. He was on probation for that when in June, he killed 17-year-ol Brian Wilson in ANOTHER drunk driving accident.…Continue Reading
Lori Beth & Craig Alan Kovens
Gainesville, FL–Imagine, for a minute, that you are a 10-year-old child. You wake up bright and early one morning to find your parents gone. There is no instructions, no note, no phone call, no indication as to where they have gone. The house is dirty and there is no food. The Kovens’ twin boys awoke to such a dilemma on New Year’s Day.
Orlando, FL - Natasha McIntosh, 31, has a few anger issues.Â Earlier this week, things around the McIntosh home were getting stressful.Â Natasha’s three children were getting on her nerves, so she lined them up, put rubbing alcohol on their hands, fired up a lighter and lit up the kids. Â …Continue Reading
Aaron Saunders and James Brogden
Highway Patrol were chasing a front-end loader Saturday morning, a front-end loader that had been stolen from Cherokee County Speedway. The person who stole the vehicle was Aaron Christopher Saunders, 28. Police tried stopping him by shooting out the tires, but Aaron was having none of it. Police say he intentionally tried to run over officers, even running over one of the patrol cars. Aaron drove the front-loader to 973 Pleasant School Road, tearing down trees and signs on the way there. Aaron began destroying a car at that residence when a man house-sitting for his son-in-law, James Ellie Brogden, 67, came out to investigate, Aaron killed him with the front-loader.…Continue Reading
BELLINGHAM, Wash. – On Friday night at Access Comics, owner Lanny Wolf and two friends, Virgil Vanduisen and Jeffrey Chapman, were playing the card game “Magic: The Gathering”. Now some of the details are vague at this point, but from what I can gather, three men who had been drinking nearby, came into the store, and then left after being asked to leave. Once outside, the men dropped their pants and pressed their asses against the storefront window, causing it to break. This aggravated two of the card players more than having your BÃ¶sium Strip destroyed and not having a Beacon of Unrest, so they took off after the men, taking a baseball bat with them.…Continue Reading
Sacramento, CA – Grandfather Robert Mora was taking care of his eleven-month old granddaughter on Wednesday afternoon when he decided that it was time to stop in at Brownie’s Lounge in Sacramento for a little happy hour.Â But, being the considerate grandfather that he is, Mora didn’t think a dive bar was the best place for an infant girl.Â …Continue Reading
Dominique, John Blanchard, Allan Minkema
YUBA CITY, CA - A day of fun for a family ended a nightmare on Saturday all because of two complete morons. At around 5:30 Saturday afternoon, 3-year-old Dominique Williams was washing his shoes off in about 6-inches of water as his family prepared to leave after a day of swimming.
As usual with most lakes and rivers, there were boats, skiers and jet skis on the water. While most are operated responsibly with no incidents, some are operated by idiots as well as intoxicated idiots. Dominique happened to have the unfortunate of meeting John Blanchard, 65, and Allan Minkema, 50, when they decided to run their jet ski on to the beach at 20 mph. Dominique’s mother was not able to get to him in time, and he was struck by the jet ski. He died later that evening from massive head injuries.…Continue Reading
Milwaukee, WI – Keith Wilson, 14, and Deshun Williams, 16, had places to be last Thursday night. They’d been hanging out at Keith’s aunt’s home for a little while and were ready to move on – home, or Grandma’s to spend the night. So they asked Keith’s aunt Charmaine Wilson, 39, to give them a ride. She gladly obliged, and the evening seemed to be drawing to a mellow close when Wilson’s car slammed into a light pole, ejecting and killing both teens.
Both boys had massive trauma to their heads and faces. Keith Wilson died at the scene, and Deshun Williams died Friday morning at a Milwaukee hospital. Charmaine Wilson was treated briefly at a hospital, but walked away with only minor injuries. Probably because her blood alcohol level was twice the legal limit – she blew a .20 blood alcohol content at the hospital
Wilson had ingested several beers, a half-pint of vodka, half a Vicodin and her psych meds before driving her nephew and his friend. Authorities are still determining whether she was drinking or using drugs with the boys.…Continue Reading