Hancock, MD–Clarence Meyers, 38, was faced with a dilemma. He and his girlfriend, Melissa Lindeman, had lost their jobs at an auto-parts factory. Meyers went on unemployment and Lindeman worked at a burger joint to provide for the family. Recently, Meyers’ unemployment checks came to a halt…he was desperate. He needed a plan and he needed it quick.
His plan was this–he would burn his house down, right? Yeah! Then everyone in the community would feel sorry for him and the donations would just come rolling in. Fucking brilliant! Except for one thing, Lindeman’s two daughters died in that fire.…Continue Reading
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Severn, MD–In this day and age, it can be quite difficult to bring the whole family together to share common interests and spend quality time with one another. It can be refreshing to spend an evening with the family–maybe dinner and a movie, an entertaining board game, getting all stabby with the cops. This is what memories are made of.
Lusby, MD – Renee Bowman, 43, had three daughters, all adopted. Now she has one daughter and two frozen corpses. And if you ask me, I think she was hoping to go 3-for-3 on the corpses. Bowman’s youngest child, a seven year old girl, was found horribly abused on Friday night after she jumped from a window in the home while Bowman was away. On Saturday, police found the remains of the girl’s older sisters, ages nine and eleven, in the basement freezer. On Friday night, the little 7-year-old managed to escape her nightmare of Mommy Hell when Bowman left the home and went to the District of Columbia. She had locked the child in a bedroom while she was gone, and the little girl managed to jump out a window. She was walking from door to door wearing nothing but a t-shirt soaked in blood and fecal matter when a neighbor saw the child, gave her some clothes, and called 911.…Continue Reading
Maryland – Peyton Duschl, 2, was severely burned after he went down the slide at an elementary school playground. Seems as if someone had previously broken into the school, stole several bottles of industrial-strength drain cleaner and then proceeded to splash it all over the playground equipment.
Peyton suffered second and third-degree burns, mostly on his legs, from the cleaner which contains a strong concentration of sulfuric acid. He was with is grandmother who heard him screaming immediately after coming down the slide. He was rushed to the pediatric burn unit at Johns Hopkins Hospital, and was scheduled for surgery Sunday morning.
He will likely will be hospitalized for several weeks, said Carol Duschl, the boy’s mother.
Whoever is responsible probably also suffered burns, and could face charges of first-degree assault, burglary and destruction of property, said Sgt. Vickie Warehime, a county police spokeswoman. A hazardous materials team cleaned up the playground, using tens of thousands of gallons of water.
Update: Two unidentified 16-year-old boys were charged with reckless endangerment and second-degree burglary and released to their parents.…Continue Reading