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  1. buckwild

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    PENSACOLA, Fla. (AP) — A Florida man accused of torturing his girlfriend's 2-year-old daughter by burning her, shooting her with a BB gun and wearing a werewolf mask to scare her has killed himself.

    An Escambia County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman says 37-year-old Andrew Bennett Ross Celauis died at a hospital Tuesday.
     
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  2. Prospector

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    Good riddance
    On a lighter note and from the Random thread:
    Dillon Shane Webb, 23, of Lake City, Florida, has been charged with misdemeanor counts of possession of obscene material and resisting arrest without violence following an incident on Highway 90 on May 5.
    Cliffs on his crime? An I eat ass bumper sticker
    The Columbia County Sheriff's Office said a deputy spotted the sticker on the rear window of a brown Chevrolet truck traveling west on the highway at around 5:50 p.m.

    The deputy believed that the sticker violated the state's Statute 847.011 which prohibits the possession of obscene or lewd material, including drawings, pictures, or any other written or printed matter.

    When the officer confronted Webb about the sticker, the suspect replied that they were "just words," according the Lake City Reporter.

    The deputy also asked Webb how a parent of a small child would explain the meaning of the graphic sticker if they saw it, to which Webb replied it would be "up to the parent."

    Webb was initially cited with obscenity and handed a notice to appear in court by the deputy. After being asked to remove one of the letters from the sticker to make it less offensive, Webb refused citing his First Amendment rights, according to the report. He was then also charged with resisting arrest.

    Speaking to the Associated Press, Webb said he plans on filing a wrongful arrest lawsuit against the department, believing the deputy who detained him was out to get him.

    "I'm tired of police forces thinking they are above the Constitution, the Bill of Rights," Webb said.

    "Like the whole time, he was just really rude," Webb added. "It just felt to me like his goal was to get me in jail."

    Webb also claimed he has never had any issues with his sticker. "I've had parents drive by me with their kids taking pictures. They point and laugh and giggle, and they go on about their day."

    The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Florida questioned why the sheriff's office was bothering with such a trivial matter.

    "Shouldn't police officers spend their time serving and protecting communities and not pulling Floridians over for speech that is already protected by the First Amendment?" ACLU spokeswoman Casey Bruce-White said in a statement. "Using the excuse that a child would see and ask questions about this particular bumper sticker is absurd."

    The Columbia County Sheriff's Office defended the arrest in a statement to AP. "If the law is faulty then the legislature can address that or if the law is unconstitutional then the judiciary will address it," Sergeant Murray Smith said.

    Webb is due to appear at Columbia County Courthouse on May 23 to face the charges.
     
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  4. buckwild

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  5. 40wwttamgib

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    Yikes ... that hair.
     
  6. 941Gator

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    Lucky he didn’t get charged with burgerly.
     
  7. Spuds

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  8. Prospector

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    Oklahoma yells what about us?
    Rattlesnake, uranium, whiskey found during traffic stop
    yesterday
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    This photo provided by the Logan County Sheriff's Office in Oklahoma shows Stephen Jennings. Jennings was charged with possession of a stolen vehicle, transporting an open container of liquor and driving with a suspended license after police say they found a rattlesnake, a canister of radioactive powdered uranium and an open bottle of Kentucky Deluxe whiskey during a traffic stop of a vehicle that had been reported stolen. (Logan County, Oklahoma Sheriff's Office via AP)

    GUTHRIE, Okla. (AP) — Police in Oklahoma say they found a rattlesnake, a canister of radioactive powdered uranium and an open bottle of Kentucky Deluxe whiskey during a traffic stop of a vehicle that had been reported stolen.

    The traffic stop happened June 26 in Guthrie, about 30 miles (45 kilometers) north of Oklahoma City. Guthrie police Sgt. Anthony Gibbs told Oklahoma City TV station KFOR that police don’t know why the uranium was in the vehicle or how it was obtained, though uranium ore can be bought on Amazon.

    Gibbs says police also found a gun in the console and a terrarium in the backseat containing a pet Timber rattlesnake.

    Gibbs says the driver, Stephen Jennings, was charged with possession of a stolen vehicle, transporting an open container of liquor and driving with a suspended license.

    Jennings remains jailed in Logan County.
     
  9. jaygabriel

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    Everyone knows you can use rattlesnakes to enrich uranium.
     
  10. southlick

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    Florida man 'broke into home of his wife's lover, tied him up and then cut off his penis with a pair of scissors'
    • Alex Bonilla, 49, of Bell, Florida was arrested Sunday after a grisly revenge attack
    • He broke into the mobile home of his wife's lover and tied the man up at gunpoint
    • He then chopped off the man's penis with a pair of scissors and took off with it
    • Two children were reportedly in the home when the gruesome attack happened
    • Police said Bonilla caught the victim and his wife having sex some weeks earlier
    • The attacker was charged with aggravated assault and multiple other counts
    • Bonilla is in Gilchrist County jail and he is being held there on $1.25 million bond
    • The victim is recovering from his injuries in hospital, but it's unclear what happened to his severed penis
     
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    Hahahahahahahaha here's the original : https://abcnews.go.com/US/moment-john-bobbitt-realized-wife-cut-off-penis/story?id=59962578
     
  12. TC

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    Surprised he's even liable. Do they not have alienation of affection in Florida Tilly?
     
  13. buckwild

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    Wut
     
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  16. DrunkJester

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    A friend sent me the link to this last night, with the following comment: “What an indictment of Florida women everywhere that it’s the camel who requires the antibiotics.”
     
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    Florida Boomer Caught on Video Cutting Brake Lines of Public E-Scooters
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    Police in Fort Lauderdale, Florida have arrested a man who allegedly cut the brake lines on dozens of public scooters this year. The man has been identified by police as 59-year-old Randall Thomas Williams of Fort Lauderdale, though a possible motive has not yet been released.

    The arrest was first reported by NBC Miami, which notes that local police say 140 e-scooters have had their brakes cut in the area this year. Williams has been linked to twenty of the vandalized scooters and has allegedly caused roughly $1,400 in damage, according to police. But there are dozens of other incidents that appear to fit the same pattern dating back to April.

    Police posted Ring camera footage of a man, identified by police as Williams, to YouTube. The man, who’s apparently one of those lawless Baby Boomers we keep hearing about, can be seen approaching the Lime-brand scooters and places something on the scooter’s QR activation code before walking off camera for a short time. He then returns with a tool in hand and appears to cut the brake lines.


    Williams has been charged with criminal mischief, a third degree felony and released on $500 bond.

    Scooters have been a controversial addition to the urban landscape ever since their widespread introduction just a few years ago, causing outrage in some residents who believe they’re unsightly. Many cities have grappled with citizens chucking the scooters into large bodies of water, like they do in Portland. But even if you hate the scooters, it’s a bad idea to cut the brake lines and endanger the lives of innocent people.

    “Anyone who witnesses someone tampering with electric scooters should call 911 immediately,” Fort Lauderdale Police said in a statement posted online. “Additionally, anyone who finds a scooter that appears to have been tampered with should contact the vendor.”
     
  18. xec

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    Dumb shit. There are many ways to disable or destroy those things without endangering the lives of the riders or pedestrians.
     
  19. Talking Head

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    This man is a straight shooter.
     
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  22. timo

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  23. Saul Shabazz

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    luckily there is a severe shortage of their food supply
     
  24. hood b. goode

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