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    Meet Jaclynn Glover.

    The 26-year-old Floridian is locked up on a felony lewdness charge after she removed her bikini top in a beachside café and began groping her breasts in “a sexual nature” while also “tugging on her nipple ring,” cops allege.

    Glover was on line at a Holmes Beach eatery Tuesday afternoon when she removed her bathing suit top and “exposed her bare breasts to all restaurant patrons,” according to a police report.

    After walking around the café, the topless Glover sat down at a table, where she “again groped her breasts in a sexual nature,” according to witnesses who spoke with police. Glover, who is also known as Jaclynn Lussier, subsequently covered her breasts after being approached by restaurant workers.

    In addition to a lewd and lascivious behavior count, Glover was charged with disorderly conduct, apparently because she was “being belligerent, using vulgar language and causing a disturbance by exposing her bare breasts.”

    Glover, pictured above and at left, is being held in lieu of $7620 bond.

    In a March 26 Facebook post, a bikini-clad Glover is seen poolside atop the shoulders of a male acquaintance. “Lol was deff havin alot of fun ...and 3 bottles of wine later the pool didnt seem so cold,” she commented.

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    When a Google Street View car began mapping her neighborhood in January, Australian Karen Davis, of course, pulled up her shirt and exposed her sizable breasts to the passing camera.

    But before the photos were uploaded, Google’s powerful algorithms triggered the pixelating of aspects of the images, such as the faces of individuals and license plate numbers.

    However, as seen above, the 38-year-old Davis’s breasts, however, received no such touch up (click here for the full Street View image).

    “I look at Google Maps a lot and I wanted to be on there and I thought this is the way to do it,” Davis told the Port Pirie Recorder, her local newspaper. “I got to tick something else off my bucket list.”

    Davis dismissed criticism of her flashing as the jealous wails of the less pendulous. “All the flat-tittie chicks think I am disgusting,” said Davis (who is hoping that Google will send her a free t-shirt).

    As of this morning, Davis’s topless shot remains unaltered on Street View.  

    UPDATE I: Google appears to be attempting to blur the image of Davis, though the tech giant's first attempt was just a bit outside.

    UPDATE II: Google succeeds in entombing topless woman in pixelation chamber.

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    An Ohio woman stabbed her 61-year-old boyfriend in the stomach because he was guilty of “eating all of the salsa,” police report.

    Phyllis Jefferson, 50, was arrested yesterday following the bloody confrontation inside the Akron apartment of victim Ronnie Buckner. Jefferson, seen at right, was charged with felony assault and criminal damaging, a misdemeanor.

    According to an Akron Police Department report, Buckner told officers that the couple was noshing “when Jefferson started complaining to him about eating all of the salsa."

    Jefferson, Buckner said, “for no reason started yelling, grabbed a pen and stabbed him on his left pelvis area.” Jefferson then allegedly tried to topple over Buckner’s TV set (which he caught before it crashed to the floor).

    Jefferson then allegedly went into the kitchen and “grabbed a small kitchen knife and stabbed [Buckner] on the left side of the stomach.” When cops arrived at the residence, Buckner was holding his stomach in two places, “with blood on his hands and sweatshirt.”

    Post-stabbing, Jefferson gathered up her belongings and drove away from the apartment in her Volvo. After being apprehended by cops, Jefferson said the reason she stabbed her beau was “because she wanted to leave.”

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    A Florida woman tried to pass off a mixture of Gatorade and warm water as a urine sample during a recent meeting with her probation officer, according to police reports.

    Tabatha Coulombe, 29, was jailed last week in connection with her alleged scheme to game the urine test, which is part of the probation requirements stemming from her 2013 sentencing for felony animal cruelty.

    In late-January, Coulombe met with her probation officer and provided a urine specimen. But due to “the abnormal color (blush)” and the “abnormal test result,” the officer questioned Coulombe about the sample’s source.

    “Coulombe admitted that she did defraud the test and...removed a plastic pill bottle that was concealed in her vagina,” according to a Charlotte County Sheriff's Office report. Coulombe’s probation officer subsequently “discovered that the submitted solution was a combination of Gatorade and hot water.”

    While police records no not reveal the Gatorade flavor used by Coulombe, it appears likely that she opted for Lemon-Lime or Lemonade (as opposed to Orange, Fruit Punch, or Mango Xtremo).

    Three weeks before her attempted Gatorade ruse, Coulombe, seen at left, failed a urine test (amphetamines were detected in a sample she provided).  

    Coulombe, a Wendy’s employee, is scheduled for an April 12 arraignment on the probation violation charge.

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    A Michigan man who thought he was having a stroke was hospitalized this week after eating several pot brownies that were baked by his teenage daughter, police report.

    The 58-year-old victim consumed the brownies Wednesday night in his suburban Detroit home after finding the baked goods on a kitchen counter.

    The victim’s 17-year-old daughter told cops that she left the brownies out because she did not think anyone in her family would touch them (the girl was apparently unaware of the deep affinity middle-age men have to such unattended sweets).

    The brownies--which the teenager prepared with marijuana provided by a friend--were seized for analysis by Oakland County Sheriff’s Office deputies.

    Investigators are considering filing criminal charges againt the girl, a high school student whose name was not released by cops. Her father was treated at an area hospital and later released.

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    While browsing the adult toy section at a Spencer’s in Florida on a recent Monday morning, Oscar Gil’s female companion picked up a $12.99 vibrator and announced, “I want this.”

    Since Gil, 18, apparently was not in the position to actually purchase the sex toy, he allegedly “took the vibrator out of the package and concealed it in his right pocket,” according to an Indian River County Sheriff's Office report.

    As the store’s manager looked on, Gil hid the empty vibrator packaging behind some other merchadise and headed for the exit.

    But when Gil and his galpal sought to leave the Vero Beach business, they were confronted by the manager and escorted back into the gift shop to wait the arrival of police.

    During questioning, Gil told a cop that he entered the store with a “female friend” and swiped the sex toy “when she told him she wanted it.” The teenager added that there was no reason to take the item, adding that he was “stupid.”

    Pictured above, Gil was arrested for shoplifting and booked into the county jail (from which he was subsequently released after posting $500 bond). Gil is scheduled for an April 7 misdemeanor arraignment in Circuit Court.

    Gil’s companion was not charged in connection with the March 16 vibrator heist, nor was her age or identity included in police reports.

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    A jury today found a Michigan woman guilty of firing a shot into a McDonald’s drive-thru window after employees failed to put bacon on a cheeseburger she ordered.

    Shaneka Monique Torres, 30, was convicted of a felony firearms charge after only an hour of deliberations by the panel. Torres, seen at right, faces a minimum of two years in state prison when she is sentenced next month.

    Torres fired a single shot into the McDonald’s at 3:10 AM last February 10, according to Grand Rapids police. The gunplay came after Torres and another woman “complained that the order was incorrect,” cops noted.

    When a McDonald’s employee walked away from the drive-thru window, “one shot was fired from the suspect vehicle,” reported police, who added that the bullet entered the eatery at “head level” and “traveled through the window, across the dining room, and exited the restaurant through another window on the east side of the restaurant.”

    Shortly after the shooting--which did not result in any injuries--cops located Torres and recovered the 9mm Glock handgun used during the bacon rage incident.

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    An amorous couple is facing criminal charges after they were spotted having sex in front of a group of children near a Florida playground, according to cops.

    Danielle Stager, 26, and Shane Johnson, 38, were initially observed late Friday afternoon with their pants down while next to a tree near the playground in Greenacres, a city about 10 miles from Palm Beach.

    A quartet of youngsters--none of whom was older than 10--told police that they spotted the pantsless pair. 

    By the time cops responded to a call about the public sex, they discovered that Stager and Johnson had relocated to a nearby truck, where they were continuing to have sex (Stager’s feet were dangling out the driver’s side door while Johnson kneeled above her).

    Upon spotting the police, Stager announced, "Shane, we are going to jail."

    Seen in the above mug shots, Stager and Johnson were each charged with lewd and lascivious behavior and booked into the Palm Beach County jail on the misdemeanor count. Both were subsequently released from custody after posting bond.

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    A Florida man arrested for voyeurism told cops that he hid a video recorder inside a bathroom after he “saw a hot man” at the mini golf facility where he worked, according to a police report.

    Justin Lynn Barrett, 28, was busted Saturday night at Congo River Miniature Golf after a male patron spotted a cell phone propped up against the wall under a sink in the men’s bathroom.

    The phone was recording video while the man was urinating, according to a Pasco County Sheriff's Office report.

    After being called to the Port Richey business, a deputy questioned Barrett, who reportedly confessed, saying that he “put his cell phone in the bathroom because he saw a hot man.”

    Pictured above, Barrett--who has been fired from his job--was arrested for video voyeurism, a felony, and booked into the county jail. He was released from custody yesterday after posting $5000 bond.

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    The police need your help in apprehending the notorious "Akron Pooper."

    In a state that had already produced one “Poopgangsta,” Ohio cops are trying to identify the man for responsible for defecating on at least 20 vehicles since 2012.

    As seen here, the suspect was photographed Tuesday by an Akron city worker who set out to determine who had pooped on his 34-year-old daughter’s car seven times in the past four months.

    Police in Akron--previously best known as the birthplace of LeBron James--note that while the subject was photographed as he hovered over the hood of a 2004 Dodge Neon, he has also smeared excrement on door handles and even entered unlocked cars and pooped inside.

    In one of the earliest reported defecations, a victim reported that someone had--for the second time--pooped on the passenger door of his Toyota. Cops noted that while “The excrement did not cause any damage to the car,” the vile act “did cause a big mess.”

    A community Facebook page for the subdivision targeted by the suspect (who usually strikes between 5:30 AM and 6:30 AM) is filling with accounts from neighbors who have been victimized. The comments include, “3 times on my car!,” “He pooped on mine 2x's!,” and “There was Poop on the hood of my car this past summer!!!!” A new mother wrote, “What is wrong with people! He got my daughter's overnight nurse's car a few months ago.” Another woman advised a friend, “here's the guy who pooped on your daughters car lol.”

    Now that an image of the pasty suspect has been circulated, Akron cops have asked the public to phone tips into them at (330) 275-2552.

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    Police have arrested a suspect in the robbery of a North Carolina bank that was stuck up by a gunman wearing a lifelike silicone mask that made him appear to be an elderly white man.

    Benoit Constant, 28, was arrested following a traffic stop Sunday in Texas.

    Investigators allege that Constant wore the disguise during the December 29 robbery of the Carolinas Telco Federal Credit Union in Cornelius, a town about 20 miles north of Charlotte.

    Police probing the robbery traced the license plate of a minivan spotted outside the bank to a female relative of Constant. A subsequent search of the vehicle turned up the silicone mask worn by the bank robber as well as the striped bag he carried.

    In addition to facing a pair of felony charges, Constant is also being held on a federal immigration detainer, according to jail records.

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    Izola Ware Curry, the “demented black woman” who nearly killed Martin Luther King, Jr. by plunging a steel letter opener into his chest, died Saturday at a New York City nursing home, The Smoking Gun has learned.

    The death of the 98-year-old Curry was confirmed by the New York City medical examiner’s office.

    After attacking King at a 1958 book signing--a decade before the civil rights leader would be assassinated by James Earl Ray--Curry lived for decades in virtual anonymity, first at the Matteawan State Hospital for the Criminally Insane, and then, upon her release from state custody, a series of group homes in Queens.

    Several years ago, Curry moved into the Hillside Manor nursing home in Jamaica, a no-frills 300-bed facility. Curry, who would have turned 99 in June, died at the home, where she lived in a small room that looked out onto a rear parking lot.

    Curry is pictured at right in a photo taken following her arrest.

    Last August, TSG published a story about the whereabouts of Curry, who was long thought to have been deceased. During a 30-minute visit with a reporter, Curry spoke haltingly and mumbled answers to questions. While she described her daily routine at the facility, Curry met inquiries about the King stabbing with a blank stare. At one point, she referred to 1958 as the year she was placed in a “hospital for the criminally insane.”  

    One of eight children born to sharecroppers in Georgia, Curry moved to New York City following the demise of her six-month marriage. According to court, police, and psychiatric records, Curry suffered from delusions, paranoia, and illogical thinking in the years leading up to her attempt to murder King. An October 1958 psychiatric report noted that Curry “believes she has been under constant surveillance and all her movements are known to the NAACP and Dr. King.”

    Convinced that King and NAACP leaders were monitoring her movements and conspiring to deny her employment, Curry approached the civil rights leader as he sat in a Harlem department store signing copies of his first book.

    Though she had a loaded pistol concealed in her bra, Curry instead reached into her purse and removed a seven-inch letter opener, which she plunged deep into the 29-year-old reverend’s chest. A New York Daily News photo shows King sitting with the letter opener in his upper chest while waiting for medical help.

    In a post-arrest interrogation, Curry explained to investigators, “Because after all if it wasn’t him it would have been me, he was going to kill me.”

    In a statement issued from Harlem Hospital, where King was recuperating, he said, “I feel no ill will toward Mrs. Izola Curry and know that thoughtful people will do all in their power to see that she gets the help she apparently needs if she is to become a free and constructive member of society.”

    In the decade between King’s stabbing and his assassination, the civil rights leader would often recall Curry’s attack, noting how close he came to dying that Saturday afternoon in Blumstein’s department store. During his “Promised Land” speech, delivered the day before he died, King referred to Curry.

    “You know, several years ago, I was in New York City autographing the first book that I had written. And while sitting there autographing books, a demented black woman came up,” King recalled. “Before I knew it, I had been stabbed by this demented woman. I was rushed to Harlem Hospital. It was a dark Saturday afternoon. That blade had gone through, and the X-rays revealed that the tip of the blade was on the edge of my aorta, the main artery. And once that's punctured, you drowned in your own blood, that's the end of you." King added, "It came out in The New York Times the next morning that if I had merely sneezed, I would have died."

    King then closed the final address of his life by saying that had he sneezed after being stabbed by Curry, he would have missed a decade’s worth of milestone events, including passage of the Civil Rights Act, the Selma marches, the Freedom Riders protests, and the March on Washington. Reflecting on what might not ever have been, King said, “I'm so happy that I didn't sneeze.”

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    The unarmed Wisconsin teenager who was shot to death last night during a confrontation with a Madison cop pleaded guilty last year to armed robbery and recently began serving a three-year probation term for that felony conviction, court records show.

    According to police, an officer responded Friday to a 911 call about a man who had assaulted a victim and was dodging cars in traffic. The cop followed the suspect into a nearby apartment, where the man allegedly struck the officer in the head, knocking him to the ground. During an ensuing struggle, patrolman Matt Kenny fatally shot the suspect.

    Family and friends have identified the victim as Anthony “Tony” Robinson, a 19-year-old Madison resident. “The initial finding at the scene did not reflect a gun or anything of that nature that would have been used by the subject," said Madison Police Chief Mike Koval.

    Robinson’s mother, Andrea Irwin, said that, “My son has never been a violent person. And to die in such a violent, violent way, it baffles me.”

    Robinson, pictured above, was arrested last April following an armed home invasion at a Madison residence, according to police records. Cops were called to the scene around 6 AM by a neighbor who “spotted several men, one of them armed with a long gun, entering an apartment building,” according to a police report.

    Police arrived at the home “just as the armed robbery was ending” and a group of suspects was fleeing “with electronics and other property.” Cops subsequently recovered a shotgun and a facsimile handgun used during the robbery, as well as some of the stolen property.

    Robinson was one of five suspects (each of whom was 18 at the time of their arrest) busted for the home invasion. In October, he pleaded guilty to armed robbery and was later sentenced to six months in jail, though a judge stayed the exection of the custodial term. Robinson was also placed on three years probation, which he began serving in late-December.

    Two of Robinson’s codefendants have also pleaded to armed robbery, while the felony cases against the remaining two defendants are pending.

    Robinson was also the defendant in a paternity action filed last year by a 24-year-old Madison woman. The civil matter ended with a paternity judgment being served on Robinson with regard to the child, a boy who just turned one. A judge ruled that, “parties will have joint legal custody; no placement order and no child support order entered as neither party appeared to provide info.”

    On his Twitter account, Robinson yesterday included a link to a story about the scathing Department of Justice probe into the Ferguson, Missouri police department. On Thursday, he tweeted, “I need a bae to take care of me when I'm off the drugs.” In other tweets, the teen--whose handle included the name “Tony Montana”--frequently referred to marijuana and described himself as a “Real nigga from the start till the casket shut.” Last June, Robinson made reference to the ankle monitor he was outfitted with after being released on bond in the armed robbery case. “Big bro wants me to come to new york and live with him after my bracelet comes off, hey why not,” he wrote.

    In posts this year to his Facebook page, Robinson appeared troubled, writing, “I hate my mind” and “I don’t need help im not crazy.” In a January 19 post, he declared, “My soul is dying.” In a series of messages on February 11, Robinson wrote, “You arent shit to your family when you grow up,” and “Iv been getting lied to my whole life… Mostly by famliy members.” In December, a day after linking to a video showing a police officer applying a chokehold to a man, Robinson wrote, “The only thing cops are getting trained for is to shoot first and ask questions later.”