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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by UncleJesse, Jun 26, 2015.
Not sure what state #1 is from, but he's def touched children inappropriately.
Post 1: Ohio, Florida, Ohio, Ohio, Ohio
Post 2: Florida, Florida, Florida, Ohio
Post 3: Florida, Florida, Florida, Ohio, Ohio
Florida man asks police for ride home, arrested with drugs in pockets
See what I'm sayin?.....the interchange
This could have gone in several other threads.
Florida Man Shot by Police While Celebrating Ron DeSantis' New Gun Law
Story by Aliss Higham •1h
A Florida man who fired a rifle to celebrate the state's new open carry laws before promptly being shot by a police officer has finally been arrested following a two-month stint in hospital.
Christian Labaut, 37, was shot by police on July 7 after he fired a gun into the air. A law enforcement officer shot him when he refused to comply with officers and began running away from them. He was arrested on September 15th following his recovery.
According to the arrest report seen by the Miami Herald, law enforcement traveled to an Upper East Side apartment complex near the 7800 block of Northeast 10th Avenue, Miami, where they found a Labaut wearing body armor and wielding a gun. Witnesses reportedly told officers that Labaut announced he was celebrating the new law and firing a string of bullets into the air.
Police have said officers attempted to reason with Labaut to put the weapon down and show his hands, but he did not comply. He reportedly ran down a corridor and was shot by an officer several times.
Since the incident, Labaut has been treated for his injuries at Jackson Memorial Hospital's Ryder Trauma Center. Police have been unable to arrest him until now. Labaut was charged with assault with a deadly weapon, possession of a short barrel rifle, and resisting an officer. He was also charged with 48 counts of discharging a firearm in public, according to prison records.
The permitless carry law, which took effect on July 1, allows people to carry concealed guns in public without training and removes additional background checks. It was signed into law by Gov. Ron DeSantis in April...[?spoiler]
Apparently Mitch Hedberg is alive in Florida narrating cell phone videos.
0% chance any gas is pumpin lol
First ever Florida Man games will feature beer belly wrestling and ‘evading arrest’ obstacle course
An alligator swims at the Everglades National Park, Fla., April 23, 2012. A group of Floridians plan to host a series of competitions themed according to the collective antics of the beer-loving, gator-possessing, rap-sheet heavy, mullet-wearing social media phenomenon known as “Florida Man.” The games will poke fun at Florida’s reputation for producing strange news stories involving guns, drugs, booze and reptiles — or some combination of the four. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz, file)
Updated 3:07 AM CDT, October 26, 2023
ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. (AP) — It ain’t the Olympics, but a group of Floridians plan to host competitions themed according to the collective antics of the beer-loving, gator-possessing, rap-sheet heavy, mullet-wearing social media phenomenon known as “Florida Man.”
Organizers of the “Florida Man Games” describe the competition as “the most insane athletic showdown on Earth.” The games will poke fun at Florida’s reputation for producing strange news stories involving guns, drugs, booze and reptiles — or some combination of the four.
Among the contests planned for next February in St. Augustine, Florida, according to organizers, are the Evading Arrest Obstacle Course in which contestants jump over fences and through yards while being chased by real police officers; the Category 5 Cash Grab in which participants try to grab as much money in a wind-blowing booth; and the self-explanatory beer-belly wrestling.
“This isn’t just a competition; it’s a one-of-a-kind Floridian spectacle!” organizers said on the games’ website.
The “Florida Man” concept crept into the nation’s consciousness a decade ago with the @_FloridaMan Twitter account. The account, with the tagline “Real-life stories of the world’s worst superhero,” has been home to headlines such as “Florida Man Fire Bombs Garage That Impounded His Car, Hits His Own Vehicle” and “Florida Man Tried to Pay for McDonald’s With Weed.”
General admission tickets to the event are going for $45. Two former stars of the 1990s television show “American Gladiators” have agreed to serve as referees.
A St. Augustine resident is behind the games: Pete Melfi, owner of The 904 Now, a media outlet covering St. Johns County.
“We thought, ‘How can we really play on these Florida Man headlines that we hear so much about?’ Someone gave me the idea to make it into an athletic competition,” Melfi told the Orlando Sentinel. “It’s going to be a wild day of mud games and Florida-style obstacle courses. It’s going to really be an opportunity to live that Florida Man life for a day.”
How will Ohio respond?
This has the FL spirit
Woman Accused Of Fatally Poisoning Boyfriend After He Inherited $30 Million
A North Dakota woman is facing murder charges for allegedly poisoning her boyfriend due to "financial motives." The Minot Police Department said that Ina Thea Kenoyer, 47, has been charged with Class AA Felony Murder for killing Steven Edward Riley, 51, just hours after he received a $30 million inheritance.
Authorities said that Kenoyer believed that Riley planned to break up with her after receiving the money. She thought she was entitled to half of the money because she was considered his common-law wife.
Kenoyer is accused of using antifreeze to poison him.
Riley first became ill when meeting with a lawyer about the inheritance on September 3. Kenoyer didn't call 911 until the following day, when he was unresponsive. He was rushed to the hospital and died on September 5.
According to the Minot Daily News, witnesses told investigators that Kenoyer said that Riley was poisoned with antifreeze while he was being treated and before any lab tests had been conducted.
Kenoyer maintains her innocence and is planning to represent herself in court. She is currently being held at the Ward County Jail on a $1 million bond.
"This case was extremely complex," Investigations Commander Capt. Dale Plessas said. "Thank you to everyone who provided us with information that helped our investigators piece this together."
If convicted, she faces life in prison without the chance for parole
North Dakota women yikes
Happy November! We all survived another harrowing Halloween, full of frights, fun, and hopefully, minimal cavities. What's truly hair-raising is some of the real-life news that came out of Florida last month.
For starters, women are once again dominating the headlines for some wild crimes, from stealing sweeper trucks to high-speed drunken joyrides. They're not the only ones putting others at risk. Two guys are facing charges for striking people with a hatchet, while a firefighter is facing charges for putting a knife to someone's neck over a cast iron skillet "joke."
The most popular story this month actually happened high in the skies. An international flight heading to Tampa was forced to turn around over a possible bomb threat. The truth turned out to be stranger than anyone realized.
You can read all about that and more below:
Suspected Bomb On Florida-Bound Flight Revealed To Be Adult Diaper
Florida Deputies Searching For 'Booty Patrol' Truck Pulling Over Drivers
WATCH: Florida Man Swings Machete At Another Man In 'Road Rage' Attack
Florida Man Facing Charges For Keeping Alligator In Home Aquarium
WATCH: Bear Wakes Up Florida Woman By Triggering Doorbell Alert
Florida Man Demands 'All Bottles' Of Viagra During Pharmacy Robbery
Florida Teacher Accidentally Shows Students 'Winnie The Pooh' Slasher Film
Florida Bus Driver Arrested After Driving Around With Sleeping Kid Onboard
African Tortoise Missing For Years Rescued In Florida: See How Far She Got
Florida Man Breaks Into Apartment, Climbs Into Sleeping Woman's Bed
Florida Mother Accused Of Leaving Her Kids In Unlocked SUV To Visit Bar
WATCH: Florida Woman Drives Stolen Sweeper Truck In High-Speed Chase
Florida Woman Allegedly Attacks Trooper After Drunken 120 MPH Joyride
Florida Man Swings Hatchet 'Wildly' At Victim Over Spilled Beer: Cops
Florida Man Charged For Trying To Distribute Erectile Dysfunction Meds: DOJ
Florida Firefighter Pulls Knife On Co-Worker Over Cast Iron Skillet: Police
They weren’t married so what did she expect to get from doing that? Obviously it wouldn’t have been in his will to give her since he had just learned about it.
How does someone drink antifreeze without knowing it? Does it have no taste?
How were there witnesses?
The internet tells me that antifreeze is sweet tasting since it’s made from ethylene glycol.
I didn't want that google search in my history so thanks for your service.
Y’all should try it and report back.
Always heard that’s why people use it to kill animals.
Planning on murdering someone?
Florida is running away with the score in this thread
Believe it said they were common law. I recently learned AR is NOT a common law state
IT WAS A SCAM, THERE WAS NO MONEY
Cops Say She Poisoned Boyfriend to Death Thinking He was Inheriting $30 Million – Turns Out He Was Being Scammed
The man's son said his father was not at all suspicious, and was 'convinced' that he was coming into a bundle of cash
Riley first learned about the supposed inheritance when he was contacted via email by a person claiming to be a lawyer connected to a distant and unknown relative, according to the New York Post.
In order to claim the inheritance, however, Riley was told he needed to travel to the airport and sign off on the documents with the attorney.
“The supposed lawyer never showed up,” Riley’s son, Ryan, told the New York Post. “It was a scam. It was a stranger who managed to trick my dad into believing it was true, unfortunately.”
Ryan said that his father “wasn’t suspicious” prior to the airport meeting.
“He was convinced he had inherited the money and was going to receive it when the supposed lawyer landed,” Ryan told the New York Post.
Holy shit. I’m guessing they wanted to see if the guy showed up and was that convinced and then ask him for his checking and savings account info.
coming for that Florida man