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    A Florida man battered his ex-wife after accusing her of cheating on him with a sex toy, according to police who arrested him yesterday for domestic battery.

    As detailed in a probable cause affidavit, Triston Horne, 36, was visiting his former spouse’s Bradenton home last Wednesday when the pair began to argue. Misty Clark told police that Horne does not live at the residence, though she “does invite him over to the house.”

    Clark invited Horne over on July 1 to spend the night because “he was going to take her to work” the following day, cops noted.

    While in Clark’s bedroom, the duo quarreled. When Clark repaired to the bathroom, Horne barged in and “began accusing her of cheating on him. He told her that she was cheating on him with a sex toy,” according to the affidavit.

    After allegedly twisting Clark’s hand, Horne returned to the bedroom, where he “grabbed Misty’s sex toy and went back to the bathroom.”  Horned then "snapped the sex toy in half and walked away."

    With the help of her teenage daughter, Clark subsequently pushed Horne out of the residence. Clark told cops that she used to be married to Horne, but “later learned that Triston was already married to another person and that their marriage was null and void.”

    Seen above, Horne was arrested yesterday on a misdemeanor domestic battery charge. He is being held in the county jail in lieu of $1500 bond.

    While Horne’s rap sheet includes three prior domestic battery arrests, charges were eventually dropped in each of those cases.

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    The man beaten unconscious this weekend following a July 4th concert in Cincinnati originally fought with one opponent, but then was pummeled by others, according to video shot by an onlooker.

    As seen above, the victim was left bloodied during a melee late Saturday at Fountain Square in downtown Cincinnati. The unidentified man (pictured below) was later transported to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, where he was treated and released the following day.

    Police are investigating the incident, which was one of a series of disturbances that occurred as the concert and a Cincinnati Reds game were concluding.

    The video was shot from inside a city bus by a passenger who believes the confrontation began after the victim “was trying to get on the bus and bumped into the black dude.”

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    A newspaper obituary for a three-year-old Oklahoma boy who was killed this week by his family’s pit bull reported that the child loved fishing, playing with trains, and that his “uncle Charlie taught him how to keep that pimp hand strong.”

    The obituary for Jordan Charles Collins-Tyson, which was printed Monday in The Lawton Constitution, was based on information provided by family members.

    The boy was attacked by the dog Sunday at his home in Lawton, a city about 90 miles from Oklahoma City.

    Jordan is survived by his mother and four siblings. The boy’s father was murdered in October 2012, eight months after the child’s birth. Charles Anthony Tyson, 30, was beaten and shot to death on the front porch of his family’s Lawton residence.

    Jordan will be buried today at Highland Cemetery in Lawton.

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    A Texas man today pleaded guilty to a federal hate crime charge stemming from his “knockout game” attack on an elderly African-American victim.

    Conrad Alvin Barrett, 29, copped to the felony count during a hearing in U.S. District Court in Houston. Barrett, who has been locked up since his December 2013 arrest, faces a maximum of 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine in connection with the assault.

    The victim, now 81 and only identified as “RC” in court records, was punched in the head by Barrett, who videotaped the assault with his cell phone. The blow left “RC” with two jaw fractures and three less teeth. The man subsequently required surgery for his injuries, according to an affidavit sworn by FBI Agent Alfred Tribble.

    Investigators noted that a video found on Barrett’s phone showed him approaching an “elderly African American man” and asking, “How’s it going, man?” Then, “a loud smack is heard, and the victim falls to the ground,” reported Tribble, who added, “Barrett laughs, says 'knockout,' and then flees in his vehicle.”

    On another video, Barrett (pictured above) is seen driving around a mall parking lot and saying that he was trying to get up the “courage” to play the “knockout game.” On one clip, Barrett said, “The plan is to see if I were to hit a black person, would this be nationally televised?”

    In arguing to keep Barrett imprisoned before trial, federal prosecutors contended that he was a danger to the community and that, “The evidence clearly shows that he hates non-whites.” Agent Tribble’s affidavit noted that, “In other videos, Barrett uses the word ‘nigger’ and states that African Americans ‘haven’t fully experienced the blessings of evolution.’”

    In a bail motion, Barrett’s lawyer, George Parnham, denied that his client was a racist, saying that he had once worked as “team leader of a project benefiting under-privileged children, many of whom were minorities.” Additionally, the attorney reported, Barrett developed a “close friendship” with an African-American woman he met while attending Alcoholics Anonymous meetings. Parnham described Barrett as suffering from “a bipolar disorder type and a poly-substance abuse/dependence.”

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    As he recently sought to explain his prior contention that single mothers should be publicly shamed, Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush explained that, “To assume you can have a fatherless society and not have bad outcomes, I think, is the wrong approach.”

    The former Florida governor contended that out-of-wedlock births presented a “huge challenge for single moms to raise children in the world that we’re in today.”

    During a town hall meeting yesterday, Bush declared that “kids” are “aimlessly wandering around in their lives,” in part because they “never really had the kind of mentoring and nurturing that gives them sense that their lives could be better.” As a result of this untethered existence, “You see what happens in Baltimore and Ferguson. You see the tragedies play out,” Bush said in an apparent reference to rioters. “You see the people that become so despondent they take actions that are horrific.”

    A two-parent household--or even just two involved parents--would help combat “social ills,” Bush wrote in his 1995 book “Profiles in Character.” These ills presumably include further unwanted pregnancies, drug and alcohol abuse, and criminal activity.

    Bush’s thoughts on rectitude, aimless youth, and parental responsibility, however, might ring hollow considering that his own three children--who grew up with two parents in the house/Governor’s mansion--have all had run-ins with law enforcement.

    According to police and court records, Bush’s daughter and two sons have been arrested or investigated for crimes like public intoxication, cocaine possession, resisting arrest, burglary, criminal mischief, and fraudulently obtaining a controlled substance. Cops even caught Bush’s son Jebby--who was 16 at the time--having sex in a Jeep Cherokee at 10 PM on a school night (the car was in a Tallahassee mall parking lot).

    But these entanglements have never been the subject of speeches or public ruminations by the former Florida governor, who considers familial rap sheets a personal matter. Instead, Jeb! would rather talk about your aimless kids.

    Bush’s three children are pictured above. George P. Bush (who once stalked a college girlfriend) is sandwiched by mug shots of John Ellis "Jebby" Bush, Jr. and Noelle Bush.

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    Texas cops last night arrested a 13-year-old girl in connection with a viral video showing her attacking a classmate who was holding a small child in her lap.

    The teenager surrendered to police and was booked into the Dallas County Henry Wade Juvenile Detention Center on assault and injury to a child charges.

    Video of the attack can be seen below.

    Investigators--who did not identify the defendant due to her age--began probing the girl after video of the June 19 assault was posted online. The attack occurred outside an elementary school in Rowlett, a Dallas suburb, and was the result of a prior disagreement between the assailant and the 14-year-old victim.

    As seen in the video, the victim was sitting at a table holding her three-year-old cousin when she was approached by the attacker and another girl. As the girls converse, a male voice can be heard saying, “Take the baby off, the baby’s the reason why she not getting beat up.”

    The victim, who apparently declined demands to fight, was subsequently yanked to the ground by her hair and beat by the 13-year-old. As she was pulled from a bench, the girl’s cousin went flying in the air and landed on a concrete slab. The victim and her cousin suffered minor injuries during the fracas, according to police.

    The attacker is facing a felony injury to a child rap related to the boy tumbling to the ground. She has also been hit with a misdemeanor assault count for attacking the older girl.

    None of the other teens present has been charged, including the young jackass who can be seen dancing and gyrating over the victim as she is being pummeled.

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    A Florida man struck his live-in girlfriend as the couple argued over his inability to achieve an erection following a night out drinking, police allege.

    According to investigators, Kevin McWhirt and his girlfriend Tabitha returned to their Bradenton home last night around 9:15 PM and “attempted to consensually engage in sexual intercourse.”

    However, the couple “began to argue over the fact that Kevin could not achieve an erection,” a cop reported in a probable cause affidavit.

    Tabitha told an arresting officer that the argument turned physical, with McWhirt pushing and slapping her. She also charged that McWhirt “used his finger to flick her nose.”

    McWhirt was arrested after a cop concluded that he was the “primary aggressor” during the confrontation.

    Seen above, McWhirt was charged with battery and booked into the county jail, where he remains locked up. McWhirt is scheduled for a July 28 court appearance on the misdemeanor count.

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    An Alabama man tried to smuggle Oxycodone to his imprisoned wife by hiding the pills between the patties of a McDonald’s double cheeseburger that he dropped off at the local jail, cops report.

    Timothy Lee Thompson’s bid to get two powerful pain pills into the tiny Red Bay city jail was thwarted when a police employee searched the McDonald’s grub and discovered the narcotics.

    Pictured below, Thompson, 31, was arrested Friday for promoting prison contraband. He was subsequently freed on $2500 bond after being booked on the felony count.

    Thompson’s spouse Ashley--who is facing a theft charge--remains locked up in the jail, which houses up to four inmates, according to Red Bay Police Department Chief Jana Jackson.

    Jackson told TSG that her department allows inmates to receive food and care packages from friends and family, but added that the items are checked before entering the lockup. Thompson was aware of this, since he had previously dropped off a book for his wife and watched as an officer did a page-by-page examination of the volume.

    Since inmates are fed bologna sandwiches and Hot Pockets, the dropping off of other food has been allowed by police. However, following the Oxycodone smuggling attempt, food items brought to the jail for inmates must now be “sealed,” Jackson said.

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    A 90-year-old man dissatisfied with the service at a Florida post office yesterday pointed a handgun at a worker and threatened to “blow his head off,” police charge.

    HB Shea, the accused nonagenarian, was arrested outside the post office in Boca Raton by Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office deputies who seized his weapon. Shea lives in a nearby condominium development.

    Pictured at right, Shea was initially transported to a local hospital for a medical evaluation before being booked into the county jail. He has been charged with aggravated assault and a pair of weapons counts (for which bond has not been set).

    Shea could also face a federal charge related to his carrying a handgun into a post office.

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    A woman was assaulted by her “on and off boyfriend” after walking in on him performing oral sex on another woman in a bedroom in the couple’s Florida home, police report.

    Richard Chancey, 50, was arrested around 4 AM yesterday and booked into jail on a misdemeanor domestic violence charge. He remains locked up in lieu of $1000 bond, according to jail records.

    Responding to a 911 call, a Sebastian Police Department officer interviewed Sharon Lisovich, who said that she “began yelling at Richard and arguing with him” after discovering her beau “performing oral sex” on another woman, who is only identified as Angelika in the police report.

    As they argued, Lisovich recalled, Chancey struck her in the face with “an open fist.” Angelika confirmed Lisovich’s account of being hit by Chancey, but she “refused to advise on anything further.”

    When questioned by a cop, Chancey said that he was “in the spare bedroom with Angelika performing oral sex on her when Sharon walked in and became upset with him.” Chancey claimed that Lisovich struck him in the back, but that he did not return the blow.

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    A suspect in an Arkansas shooting was wearing a t-shirt reading “You can run, but you can’t hide” when he was tracked down late Tuesday evening after several days on the run.

    Tieren Watson, 26, was apprehended at a Little Rock motel by a task force of local police and federal marshals.

    Pictured at right in handcuffs, Watson was arrested in connection with a June 13 shooting in Benton that left a female victim hospitalized in serious condition.   

    Watson, a convicted felon, is facing an array of charges, including battery, aggravated assault, and weapons possession. He is being held in the Saline County Detention Facility.

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    The second woman involved in the notorious Indiana Walmart shampoo aisle fight has been arrested for her role in the scrap, video of which recently went viral.

    Rebecca Mills, 39, was collared yesterday on a misdemeanor disorderly conduct charge for brawling with Amber Stephenson inside the Beech Grove store on June 4. Mills was booked last night into the Marion County jail, where the adjacent mug shot was taken.

    Mills tangled with Stephenson, 34, after alighting from the motorized scooter she was driving across the suburban Indianapolis store.

    As seen on videos of the fight, Mills got the worst of the 10:30 PM brawl, and even endured punches and kicks from Stephenson’s six-year-old son (who also threw items at the prone Mills and, as seen below, doused her in shampoo near the fight’s conclusion).

    Stephenson was arrested last week and initially charged with felony child neglect and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. A misdemeanor disorderly conduct count was also subsequently filed against her.

    Stephenson claimed in a recent radio interview that Mills used a racial slur during an argument with a Walmart employee, which prompted her to confront Mills. However, when she was first interviewed by cops, Stephenson never mentioned the racial slur, nor did Walmart workers report hearing Mills use the word “nigger.”

    In a June 10 police interview, Mills said that Stephenson “came out of nowhere” and began yelling at her for “being in a wheelchair.” During the ensuing fight, Mills said that Stephenson “fish hooked” her. A police report offers this explanation of that term: “Mills explained that Stephenson put her finger in Mills’ mouth and pulled on her cheek so that Mills could not get away from Stephenson. Mills said that this caused a lot of pain and injury to the outside of her face, as well as the inside of her mouth.”

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    Arkansas cops are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a pantsless man who was spotted Thursday afternoon masturbating next to a truck outside, of course, a Kum & Go convenience store.

    According to police in Springdale, “Witnesses reported seeing a white male standing next to a Ford Ranger truck. Callers stated that the male did not have any pants on and appeared to be masturbating.”

    One witness snapped a photo of the man, who “realized he was being watched and quickly left the area.” It is unclear whether the man completed the act before departing.

    The image of the Kum & Go suspect is seen above.

    Members of the public are encouraged to contact the Springdale Criminal Investigation Division at (479) 750-8139 if they can identify the man.