Judge bribes police officer with case of beer in exchange for text messages from wife’s cellphone

Case of beer (illustration) 
By: Chan Yuan

(Scroll down for video) A judge was charged with bribery after being accused of offering beer and cash to a police officer in exchange for his wife’s text messages, according to police in North Carolina.

Superior Court Judge Arnold Ogden Jones II was found guilty of bribery and other charges in connection with the bribery attempt of the police officer.

According to the police investigation, the judge suspected that his wife was cheating, and he wanted to get his hands on the text messages of her cellphone.

The Wayne County police officer, who is also an FBI agent, reported that the judge offered him beer and $100 to get the text messages.

The judge vowed to seek reelection despite being convicted of bribery. The judge is facing up to 37 years in prison and up to $750,000 in fines.

Bar employee shoots customer who refused to leave after closing time

Woman drinking at bar (illustration) 
By: Wayne Morin

(Scroll down for video) A bar employee was arrested on a charge of assault after allegedly shooting a customer who refused to leave, according to police in Tennessee.

Nashville police said that they have arrested the bar employee, who was not identified, for using his gun to shoot the customer after closing time.

In court, the bar employee pleaded not guilty to one count of aggravated assault.

According to the criminal complaint, police officers were called to the Kat’s Bar and Grille around 1:00 a.m. on Friday, on a report of a dispute.

Witnesses at the scene told police that the dispute broke out when the customer refused to leave following closing time. The employee pulled out his gun and fired a shot.

The bullet grazed the client's face. He was taken to the Vanderbilt University Medical Center, where he is expected to make a full recovery.

The employee left the scene before police arrived. Officers went to his home, where he was arrested.

Drug dealer calls police to report that customer stole his narcotics

Matthew Thomas Forbush 
By: Mahesh Sarin

A drug dealer was charged with drug trafficking after allegedly calling police to report that a customer stole his narcotics, according to police in Ohio.

Canton police said that they have arrested Matthew Thomas Forbush, after officers found him in possession of multiple packages containing painkillers.

Forbush has been charged with trafficking drugs, obstructing official business and possession of drugs. He was booked into the Stark County jail, where he is being held pending a bail hearing.

According to the criminal complaint, police got a call from Forbush on Tuesday night, saying that he was robbed at gunpoint.

Police questioned Forbush and other people in the area before the caller admitted that he was there to sell narcotics. While he was selling narcotics to a customer, he robbed him at gunpoint.

Police searched Forbush, and they found multiple bags of narcotics in his pockets.

Woman smears peanut butter on 30 cars because she thought the owners are Donald Trump supporters

Christina Ferguson 
By: Tanya Malhotra

(Scroll down for video) A woman was arrested on a charge of disorderly conduct after allegedly smearing peanut butter on cars because she thought the owners are Donald Trump supporters, according to police in Wisconsin.

Amherst police said that they have arrested the 32-year-old Christina Ferguson, after she disrupted a gathering and wrote obscenities on cars.

She was booked into jail, and released on bail. According to the police investigation, on Monday night, a conservation group met to discuss several issues.

The suspect entered the facility and began screaming that she hates Donald Trump. She was told that the group was not about politics and was asked to leave.

The woman, who was drunk at the time, used peanut butter to vandalize 30 cars. She used the peanut butter to draw offensive symbols and wrote obscenities.

Teenager invites HIV positive man to help him rape a 6-year-old boy and they recorded the acts

William Byers Augusta and Ira Task 
By: Wayne Morin

Two men were jailed after raping a 6-year-old boy together.

William Byers Augusta of Pennsylvania, was 19 years old when he was arrested on charges of raping a child.

Cumberland County Police said that they were tipped of to the crimes by the Canadian Mounted Police.

Officers who went to the home with a warrant, found videos, which showed Augusta raping the same victim 11 different times.

The video showed that they boy endured abuse by the suspect. According to court documents, Augusta repeatedly kicked the boy in the stomach, smacked him in the face, choked him and forced him to perform sex acts on him.

In another video, the boy was naked and tied up with his arms behind his back.

Augusta was also seen raping the boy with the help of 62-year-old Ira Task. Augusta met Task in a chatroom and they agreed to meet at the teen’s home.

There, they made a live broadcast of themselves raping the victim. Task, who is HIV positive, did not wear protection during the rape.

Augusta pleaded guilty at the Cumberland County Court in Carlisle, to eleven counts of rape of a child, aggravated indecent assault of a child, aggravated assault, possession of child pornography, and criminal conspiracy to commit rape of a child.

He will be sentenced at a later date.

Additional charges related to the production of child pornography will be handled in a pending federal case.

Task was sentenced to up to 40 years in prison.

Woman causes explosion at carwash while vacuuming gas that spilled in trunk of her car

The explosion 
By: Mahesh Sarin

(Scroll down for video) A woman destroyed the commercial vacuum cleaner at a carwash with her ignorance.

The woman of Florida, was seen on surveillance video, paying 75 cents to use the commercial vacuum cleaner.

Billy Barnwell, who is the owner of the Shuttle Car Wash on Cheney Highway in Titusville, said that the woman arrived at 5:00 p.m.

She began vacuuming the trunk of her car after gasoline had spilled inside. While she was vacuuming, the machine exploded and burst into flames.

The woman looked on in horror for a short time, before driving off.

“It was a heck of an explosion. It just burned everything up,” Barnwell said. Barnwell, who is grateful that no one was hurt, said that the explosion caused $500 in damages.

Woman rents her husband out on Facebook for $35 a hour

Ken and Patricia Wilson 
By: Tanya Malhotra

A woman took to Facebook to rent out her husband with great success.

Patricia Wilson of Australia, posted an ad on Facebook, offering to rent her husband out for $35 an hour.

Wilson received praise from women around the country for her clever tactics in advertising her husband for sale on Facebook at the low price of only $35.

She wrote that he is a certified builder and carpenter, who can fix anything. People actually contacted Wilson and offered to give her husband Ken, work around their homes.

Wilson said that she and her husband recently moved from Sydney to Mackay, and her husband was having a hard time finding a job.

Wilson said that many people enjoyed the humor of her ad and offered him jobs. However, when things became slow again, she posted the ad again, and this time it went viral.

Ken was flooded with job offers, including a full time job. He took the offer for the full time work that pays $55 an hour rather than the $35 an hour, which his wife asked for him.