We've all had our phones "go off" at an inopportune time. Usually, it's a phone call during a meeting, a text tone in the doctor's office, or that funny ringtone blaring through the church just as they are about to close the casket. It's never fun for the user but I guess it could always be worse.
Charles Hall a 60-year-old resident of New Orleans was checking in through security at the Social Security Administration offices in that city when he was asked to silence his phone. When he did the phone lit up with a very disturbing image.
displayed an image depicting the sexual victimization of a prepubescent child
Those were words used to describe the image according to a release by the office of U.S.Attorney Duane A. Evans.
Officers with the Federal Protective Service, Louisiana Bureau of Investigation and Homeland Security Investigations arrested Hall on the spot. The incident happened on April 12th of this year. Hall was indicted yesterday and as of last night was still incarcerated. He is facing up to 20 years in prison, followed by up to a life term of supervised release, and a $250,000 fine. He would also be required to register as a sex offender.
WARREN — A Warren man is facing several charges after being accused of breaking into a vacant house to have sex and telling police he only went inside the home because his mother doesn’t allow him to do it in her home, according to a police report.
Rashod Brown, 39, of 404 Idylwild St. NE, was arrested Thursday on charges of domestic violence, drug possession and breaking and entering, a police report states. Brown’s mother, 63, told police she caught him inside 412 Idylwild St. NE, an empty home next door, around 6:30 p.m., the report states.
Brown and his girlfriend pulled into the driveway of his mother’s home and she noticed him acting suspicious before losing sight of him, the report states. After a short time she heard him having sex, the report states.
Brown is accused of following his mother back to her house after being confronted, arguing with her and assaulting her and her boyfriend who tried to intervene after he nudged his mother, the report states. Brown told police he didn’t take anything from the house, no one has lived there for months and the door was open so he didn’t see an issue with it, the report states.
While searching Brown, police found a prescription pill bottle with the label ripped of containing pain pills, the report states. Brown is in the Trumbull County jail on $5,000 bond and he pleaded not guilty at his Friday arraignment, court records state.
A robbery suspect who couldn’t wait to tally up his ill-gotten proceeds was arrested this week outside a bank in Alaska, moments after giving a teller a note with his real name and birthdate, authorities said.
Michael Gale Nash was taken into custody by police in Anchorage a “few minutes” after leaving First National Bank Alaska with $400 in a bag on Tuesday, the Anchorage Daily News reports. And cops didn’t have to look very far to collar their man, according to the FBI.
“It’s my understanding he was sitting outside the bank counting his money when police arrived,” Staci Feger-Pellessier, an FBI spokeswoman in Alaska, told the newspaper.
“This is a hold up,” the note read. “Please put the money they want in the bag. God help us!!!”
The note was scribbled on the back of a form for affordable housing in the continental US that also had Nash’s personal information on it. No weapons were used during the alleged heist, Feger-Pellessier said.
“This is probably the quickest [apprehension] in recent history, at least locally for Anchorage,” she told the newspaper.
How to be happy in life: Never impose your beliefs on anyone else and never fry bacon in the nude.
Man with gun face tattoo arrested for unlawful possession of a firearm
Michael Vines has his alleged crime written all over his forehead.
After he was involved in a car accident, Vines allegedly tossed a loaded .38-caliber revolver into the grass, according to the Greenville Police Department. However, according to police, Vines is federally prohibited from possessing a gun.
Aside from his inability to possess a firearm, Vines has a particularly distinctive feature that made this case stand out a little more: he has a large tattoo of a gun across his forehead.
Firefighters on the scene of the crash witnessed Vines allegedly tossing the gun away and alerted police.
Vines was charged with driving with a suspended license, driving too fast for conditions and unlawful possession of a firearm, according to Greenville police.
“The real weapon was placed in property and evidence,” the Greenville police said.
Florida man sent back to jail after not paying for taxi ride home from jail
Authorities say a Florida man was returned to jail shortly after his release because he couldn't pay the taxi driver that took him home from the jail.
Florida Today reports that 40-year-old Charles Folk was arrested Thursday morning and charged with petty theft.
Melbourne police say Folk hailed a taxi outside the Brevard County Jail Complex in Cocoa shortly after midnight. After traveling 30 miles (50 kilometers) to his Melbourne home, Folk told the driver that neither his sister nor his roommate could help him pay the $70 fare. The driver called the police.
Folk had previously been in jail for criminal mischief. Officials say he had been convicted of ransacking his own home and damaging his roommate's belongings.
Folk was being held on $2,000 bail. Jail records didn't list an attorney.
Florida Man Marks Occupation as Drug Dealer on Arrest Report
West Palm Beach, FL man was arrested on a slew of charges, and was perhaps a bit too honest on his arrest report. He listed his occupation as "drug dealer" and was charged with being the most obvious criminal in the history of crime.
How to be happy in life: Never impose your beliefs on anyone else and never fry bacon in the nude.
Speeder hits 147 mph during hour-long chase, runs out of gas
A motorcyclist who ran from police at 147 mph found out the hard way that he only had enough gas to go about 125 miles.
Andrew Schroedermeier was spotted by police at 12:30 am on Sunday doing 85 mph in a 55 mph zone on Interstate 29 in Fargo, N.D., according to the Grand Forks Herald.
Schroedermeier didn’t slow down, and the North Dakota Highway Patrol officer chased him for about 15 miles into Argusville before ending the pursuit.
Police down the road in Hillsboro clocked Schroedermeier at 105 mph, but were unable to stop him, and then Scrhoedermeier blew by a trooper in Thompson at 94 mph and picked up speed as police engaged him in a third pursuit.
It lasted 55 miles and passed through Grand Forks, with Schroedermeier at one point hitting 147 mph, which is close to the top speed of the Suzuki SV1000 he was riding.
But the bike’s four and a half gallon tank ran dry at around 1:30 am in Drayton, where police were able to arrest him.
He was booked on several charges and his motorcycle was impounded, Valley News Live reported.
Driver gets 92 mph ticket, immediately accelerates to 142 mph
A speeder in Nebraska apparently didn’t get the hint when she was ticketed for doing 92 mph in a 75 mph zone then decided to nearly double the speed limit.
The Lincoln County Nebraska Sheriff’s Office reports that Chauntl Wilson of Council Bluffs was spotted speeding down I-80 in her yellow 2018 Ford Mustang at 1:00 am on Saturday morning, pulled over, given a citation and let go.
And boy did she go.
Deputies reported that she “accelerated very rapidly” and then clocked her on a radar gun going 142 mph. They began a pursuit, and after initially refusing, Wilson eventually pulled over and was arrested for willful reckless driving.
A subsequent search of her car turned up a small amount of marijuana that police said could lead to further charges against her.
John Doe: lets all try to get along and keep it civil and friendly see announcement on this subject posted in the appropriate sub forum. thanks
Nov 9, 2016 10:19:46 GMT -7
John Doe: i am selling the station and buying urban survival gear
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osha: How come this don't get used? Is the mic broke?
Jun 16, 2017 20:22:07 GMT -7
John Doe: i doubt many realize it is a shoutbox
Jun 21, 2017 15:14:10 GMT -7
harleydays: Hello everyone...I bet you all thought I fell off the edge of the earth....Just haven't had time to check in here...
Feb 7, 2018 7:20:07 GMT -7
badman: good to see you again, harleydays! I've been wondering about you and also about jorj. I bet nobody is more happy though than snakebit. We have bumped his superior intellect plumb off of this screen.
Feb 15, 2018 16:46:37 GMT -7
hoofie: I have never been able to make this thing work
Feb 22, 2018 6:55:48 GMT -7
hoofie: Well, how about dat. Type and press enter. Who'd a thunk?
Feb 22, 2018 6:56:27 GMT -7
hoofie: I need a giant eyeroll right now.
Apr 23, 2018 4:50:06 GMT -7
harleydays: Just passing through again...We've been very busy with a small tourist business here in Sevilla Spain....so, its taking much of our time...I take it then, Snakebit has been set out to pasture...We sure did toss a lot BS in the days...
May 3, 2018 1:42:53 GMT -7
harleydays: But between myself, him and Chimayò, we really blew some good threads...
May 3, 2018 1:44:16 GMT -7
hoofie: Good to hear from you Harley. Snake hasn't been back since his last thrashing.
May 16, 2018 15:04:03 GMT -7
harleydays: Staying busy here in Southern Spain...the heat is on each day about 95....but the worse is to come in Aug when it hits more like 115 or more....We just completing the gutting of our home here...and completely remodeled...now its time for a vacation...
Jun 25, 2018 9:56:01 GMT -7
harleydays: that will have to wait until Oct...
Jun 25, 2018 9:56:11 GMT -7
hoofie: Hey Harley, are you back in the Caribbean?
Nov 5, 2018 6:22:34 GMT -7
Bobby Scott: Wow! Some people are still here!
Feb 6, 2019 5:34:41 GMT -7
harleydays: hoofie: At that time, yes I was in DR...but have returned to Spain this time of the year....I see you are holding the fort down....
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