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    A Botox devotee is facing criminal charges for allegedly scamming two Florida doctors into providing her with nearly $1800 in wrinkle reduction procedures, according to police.

    Investigators allege that Nicole Leigh Brown, 31, this month received $870 worth of Botox and Juvederm injections during an appointment at the St. Petersburg office of plastic surgeon Dr. William Adams.

    When presented with the bill, Brown claimed that she had left her credit card in her auto. “Suspect fled without paying,” according to a criminal complaint charging Brown with grand theft.

    Brown has also been charged with passing a bad check following treatment in September at the office of another St. Petersburg plastic surgeon. Police allege that Brown gave Dr. Lawrence Kass a $902 check that she knew would bounce.

    Brown, cops say, received Botox and Juvederm injections from Kass.

    Pictured above, Brown was arrested yesterday and booked into the Pinellas County jail. She was released from custody early this morning after posting $4000 bond, according to jail records.

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    After jailers discovered painkillers and muscle relaxants stashed in her vagina, a Florida woman said she was “unsure” how the pills got inside her body, according to an arrest report.

    Dusty Rae Ingram, 38, was arrested earlier this month for violating probation terms imposed in connection with her 2013 conviction for child abuse and battery, according to court records.

    Ingram, whose rap sheet also includes collars for stalking, assault, and theft, was transported January 5 to the Okaloosa County jail, where a female corrections officer conducted a strip search during the intake process.

    During the search, the jailer discovered “several pills taped up in a plastic jeweler’s bag, partially exposed in the defendant’s vagina.” After being read her rights, Ingram identified the pills as the painkiller Percocet and Zanaflex, a muscle relaxant.

    Pictured above, Ingram claimed to have a prescription for the medications, and admitted that she “knew she was not allowed to bring the pills into the jail.” However, Ingram “denied doing so knowingly,” claiming that she “keeps the pills in her purse and is unsure how they got from the purse into her vagina.”

    Despite that assertion, Ingram was charged with introducing contraband into a correctional facility. She is being held without bond on that felony count as well as the probation violation rap.

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    A Florida man yesterday shoved his mother to the ground after her dog ate his pot, according to cops who arrested the suspect for domestic battery.

    Mackenzie Freeman, 25, “became upset” early Tuesday morning “after his mother’s dog ate his marijuana,” a criminal complaint notes.

    The 6’ 2”, 222-pound Freeman argued with his 57-year-old mother in the pair’s Largo home before he allegedly pushed her to the ground and hit her in the head with a pair of pants. Freeman, seen at right, also “punched several holes in the walls,” police reported.

    Court filings do not indicate how much marijuana was consumed by the dog, or if the animal suffered adverse effects from ingesting the pot.

    When cops arrived at the residence, Freeman (seen above) took off running, but was eventually apprehended after a brief foot chase. He was returned to the residence, where cops found a marijuana pipe “in plain view” in the living room.

    After being read his rights, Freeman reportedly claimed ownership of the pipe and “admitted to pushing his mother down and hitting her in the head with his pants.” A Largo Police Department officer noted in the complaint that Freeman stated that his mother "deserved it."

    Freeman was charged with three misdemeanors: domestic battery, possession of drug paraphernalia, and resisting an officer without violence. He was released from jail late Tuesday afternoon on his own recognizance.

    Freeman’s rap sheet includes prior arrests for theft, burglary, and narcotics possession.

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    Unbowed by their recent arrest, Michigan’s “sex toy bandits” sought to cash in on their notoriety with a crowdfunding appeal that described the duo as “real people with real problems.”

    In a Facebook post Saturday reporting that “the sex toy bandits out,” William Cornelius asked if “anyone know how i can make money off this.” The 25-year-old then noted that he was “trying to get this wedding popping,” adding--apparently facetiously--that the nuptials “gonna be at the dollar tree.”

    Last week, Cornelius proposed to Sheri Moore, 20, over the loudspeaker at a Walmart in Bay City, Michigan, where the couple resides. Minutes later, Cornelius was arrested for stealing a vibrator, an edible thong, and other sex toys from a Spencer’s gift shop. Cornelius reportedly told police the items were for his fiancée (who was collared for stealing jewelry from Walmart).

    About an hour after his original Facebook message, Cornelius posted a link to a GoFundMe page soliciting “Wedding funds.” The page--which included “corneliusbandits” in its url--sought a maximum of $10,000 and appeared to have been authored by Moore.

    The pitch, in its entirety, read: “Yes we are the sex toy bandits, we are real people with real problems. We need help raising money for our wedding because I am currently pregnant and homeless we do not want our baby born out of wedlock. Anything will help thank you for taking the time to read our story and thank you in advance for the help.”

    It is unclear whether the fundraising bid yielded any cash since the GoFundMe page has been deleted. But a screen grab of the page taken seven hours after the appeal was launched showed no donations to the couple, who are pictured at left.

    The GoFundMe pitch was criticized by Cornelius’s family members, one of whom wrote, “Really Billy? Why not get a job like everyone else does?” and “R U serious???” Another relative commented, “I'm sorry to say this to u B. But u disappoint me !! I love you n that's y I'm so fkn disgusted!!! It's NOT funny at all!!!!”

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    David Bowie is seen above in a March 1976 mug shot (click to enlarge) taken by a Rochester (N.Y.) Police Department employee. Original story here.

    David Bowie
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    A motorist was noshing on chicken wings as she led Ohio cops on a chase that ended with her arrest for drunk driving, according to a police report.

    Judith Knight, 57, was allegedly under the influence on December 20 when her vehicle struck another car on a roadway in Brunswick Hills, a township about 25 miles west of Akron.

    Knight did not stop following the accident, so the other motorist called 911 while tailing Knight’s car to a cul-de-sac, where the second driver sought to block Knight’s vehicle. Before police arrived, Knight revved her engine and “appeared [to be] going to ram the complainant’s vehicle,” according to the police report.

    When cops arrived on the scene around 7 PM, Knight drove directly toward a police cruiser before veering across the front lawn of an adjacent residence. She then led police on a 25 mph chase that concluded when she “had no more road to travel” inside a new housing development.

    As Knight staggered from her car, an officer "observed a brownish substance" around her mouth that appeared to be blood. But the cop subsequently “determined it to be barbecue sauce from chicken wings that Ms. Knight was eating in her vehicle.”

    Police spotted a styrofoam container “that had contained the chicken wings Ms. Knight had been eating.” The chicken remains, the report notes, “were scattered throughout the front interior passenger compartment.”

    Knight, whose blood alcohol content was measured at .164, twice the legal limit, told police that she had been at Molly McGhee’s Sports Pub, where she had watched Cleveland Browns and Cleveland Cavaliers games on TV.

    Knight was charged with drunk driving, failing to stop after an accident, and fleeing an officer. Her arrest came 12 days after another Ohio woman--who was eating a bowl of cereal--led police on a 30-mile high-speed chase.

    The police account of Knight’s alleged antics was authored by Patrolman Charles Chalupa.

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    A 70-year-old Florida inmate told cops that he was sure that a fellow detainee had doused him with urine because, “I have had a golden shower before from a woman and it burned my eyes,” according to a police report.

    Officers responded last Sunday to the Indian River County jail after John Ryasko reported that Javerious Yearby, 23, “threw a cup of urine on him.” Ryasko said that Yearby beckoned him to leave his cell by saying, “Hey, white nigga, come here.”

    Ryasko charged that as he walked toward his cell’s door, Yearby tossed the cup of urine. When a cop asked Ryasko “how he knows if the substance was urine or water,” the septuagenarian revealed his prior golden shower experience, noting, "That's how I know it's piss because it burned my eyes."

    When questioned, Yearby claimed that Ryasko offered to perform a sex act upon him. “That’s all I have to say,” Yearby added.

    The cell block’s video surveillance camera was broken, so the encounter was not recorded. And since a cop could not determine whether “a small amount of clear liquid substance on the cell bars and floor” was urine, no arrest was made.

    Ryasko has been locked up since his October arrest for trespassing and disorderly conduct. Yearby is being held in connection with assorted felony and misdemeanor charges, including evidence tampering, leaving the scene of an accident, and marijuana possession.

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    A masked, costumed man was arrested yesterday after causing a disturbance at a Kum & Go convenience store in Oklahoma, police report.

    Michael Carter, 26, was collared Wednesday morning by Broken Arrow cops for obstructing or interfering with police, a misdemeanor.

    According to police, Kum & Go employees asked Carter to leave the business, but he refused. Instead, Carter locked himself in a store bathroom.

    In addition to the mask, Carter wore a red bandana that was accessorized with forks, a makeshift red cape, and red sweatpants. A toy gun was tucked into Carter’s waistband.

    Before entering the Kum & Go, Carter was seen at a nearby Whataburger restaurant, where a diner took the below photos of him (click to enlarge)

    Carter, seen above, is locked up in lieu of $500 bond. His mask partly covered a fully tattooed face that includes a swastika on his forehead and “Jesus Christ” on his right cheek.

     

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    Police are seeking to identify a man who placed raw bacon on the door handles of a Las Vegas mosque, an apparent hate crime that was recorded by surveillance cameras.

    According to cops, the defacement of the Masjid Tawheed mosque occurred around 3:15 AM Sunday. Video captured a man first placing bacon on the handle of the mosque’s rear door. The vandal then walked to the mosque’s main entrance and stringed several pieces of bacon across the front door handles (as seen in the adjacent photo).

    The bacon was discovered hours later by worshipers arriving at the mosque for early morning prayers. Muslims are prohibited from touching or consuming bacon and other pork products.

    Based on surveillance video, the suspect, who wore a baseball cap and glasses, appears to be a white male with a mustache, goatee, and long sideburns. It is unclear how he arrived at the mosque in Spring Valley, a town two miles from the Las Vegas Strip.

    In April, an Oklahoma mosque reported to cops that “someone put uncooked bacon on the door handles of the men's and women's mosques” on a Sunday morning. No arrests have been made in connection with the incident at the Islamic Society of Edmond.

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    Meet Carneeka Sanders.

    The 20-year-old Floridian stars in the latest installment of TSG’s never-ending series “She Hid What Where?”

    Sanders was arrested last night on an outstanding warrant after a car she was traveling in was stopped by St. Petersburg police.

    After being patted down by a cop, Sanders "stated she had marijuana and a cigar in her vagina," according to a criminal complaint. Sanders then “provided the marijuana and cigar” to an officer.

    Seen above, Sanders was arrested for pot possession and the outstanding warrant (which was related to her alleged failure to return a rental car).

    Sanders, who was arrested twice last year for pot possession, was released from custody early this morning after posting $5000 bond. Police records list Sanders’s employer as the Steak 'n Shake restaurant chain.

    The complaint does not detail the weight of the marijuana seized, the size of the stashed cigar, or whether the stogie was stuffed with pot.

    NOTE: All Monica Lewinsky witticisms should go in the below comments section. 

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    For months, a 69-year-old Indiana woman urinated in a bucket so that she could throw the waste on the home of a next-door neighbor whom she disliked, police report.

    Jackie VanTyle was charged Monday with a pair of misdemeanor criminal mischief counts for the alleged urine attack on the property in Lynn, a town about 80 miles east of Indianapolis.

    According to court records, victim Joseph Basler contacted police two months ago to report suspicions that VanTyle had been dousing his home’s exterior with urine.

    A patrolman noted that "a very strong odor of urine hit me" upon arriving at Basler’s residence. Additionally, Officer Travis Jones noted damaged siding made it “obvious something was thrown on the house.”

    As first reported by The Star Press’s Douglas Walker, in a bid to capture the urine tosser in the act, Basler installed a hidden camera that eventually recorded VanTyle twice “throwing a liquid on his house.”

    When confronted by police, VanTyle initially denied dousing her neighbor’s home, but subsequently copped to the vandalism, police say. VanTyle admitted that, for several months, she had been urinating in a blue bucket. When Basler would leave his house, she would toss the waste on his home.

    As for why she went to such extremes, VanTyle told cops, "I don't like him. He's a bad neighbor." During the October police interview, “Jackie also advised she had been doing this all summer,” according to a Lynn Police Department report.

    When told by a cop that she could be jailed for the urine tossing, VanTyle “stated to the effect that she thought it was just a nuisance.”   

    VanTyle is scheduled for a January 12 appearance in Randolph County Superior Court.

    VanTyle’s home (left) and Basler’s residence (right) are pictured in the below Google Street View image.

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    Meet Tyler Caudill.

    The North Carolina man, 24, was arrested yesterday for drunk driving while he was traveling in Alamance County (which is about 60 miles west of Raleigh). Caudill was collared around 4 AM Sunday by the North Carolina State Highway Patrol.

    Caudill was booked into the county jail, where he posed for the above mug shot that shows off his ugly Christmas sweater. Caudill’s garment features two saucy kittens--one of whom is wearing a red bow tie--poking their heads out of Christmas stockings.

    Caudill, who was busted earlier this year on an injury to personal property count, is free on bond in the impaired driving case. He was not charged in connection with the sweater possession.

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    Meet Paul Terry.

    The 26-year-old Oklahoman and a female acquaintance were arrested Saturday night and charged with robbing a man the prior afternoon.

    According to cops, Terry and Sonja Moro, 29, robbed Moro’s ex-boyfriend inside the victim’s Tulsa home. The man told investigators that he thought the male robber’s name was Terry, adding that the suspect had identifiable tattoos on his face.

    As seen in the above mug shot, along with devil’s horns on his forehead, Terry has “FUCK COPS” inked over his eyebrows.

    Terry, who has a prior felony conviction, is locked up in the county jail in lieu of $100,000 bond. Moro is being held on $50,000 bond for armed robbery, the same count for which Terry has been charged.