Pennsylvania couple faces $500 a day fine for owning pet duck

James Kistler 
By: Shifra Unger

(Scroll down for video) A couple is in distress after being notified that they need to get rid of their pet ducks or face a $500 per day fine, according to a panel proceeding in Pennsylvania.

The couple said that they are paying $400 in order to go before a zoning board and plead for their four pet ducks to be allowed to remain at their home.

James Kistler of Delmont said he and his wife, Dawn, were notified last month that their pet ducks, Larry, Moe, Curly, and Fred, go against the city ordinance governing pets and could face a $500 per day fine if they do not get rid of them.

Kistler said the letter gave them the option of paying $400 to go before the city zoning board of appeals. He said that they have decided to plead their case.

"Who do they hurt?" Kistler said, referring to their beloved pets. "They're as quiet as can be. I just want the village officials to leave me alone. I like to see them and talk to them," Kistler said. "I will fight this to the end," he added.

An official at the zoning board, William Heaps, and zoning board hearing lawyer, Jon Sweeney, will hear the case.
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Florida woman arrested for assault after kissing police officer

Peggy Hill 
By: David Ross

A woman was arrested and charged with assault related charges after she decided to kiss a police officer as a thank you gesture for mediating a dispute she had with a neighbor, according to police reports in Florida.

Police said that the woman, who planted a kiss on the nose of a police officer after the police officer mediated a dispute between her and a neighbor, got handcuffed and charged with a felony.

Peggy Hill, 62, of Bradenton, was talking to the Office of the Manatee County Sheriff Sergeant Randy Lamb Saturday night, after he was summoned to the neighborhood to resolve a fight over the placement of a fence between two properties.

Lamb said he was talking to Hill when she "approached him and gave him a kiss on the nose against his will." Lamb, an eighteen year veteran of the police force, moved away from Hill and "wiped her saliva from his nose.”
With the help of another police officer, Lamb shoved Hill to the ground and handcuffed her.

In an interview that Hill gave after her arrest, she admitted to drinking three glasses of wine before her encounter with the police officer. Hill said that the thought of kissing the police officer on his nose just came into her head.

Hill was charged with felony assault on a police officer and was held in lieu of $5,000 bail.

British teen stabbed in Turkey after publicly kissing girl

Dwayne Ward 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

A British teenager is fighting for his life after he was stabbed multiple times for kissing a girl in public, according to police reports in Turkey.

Police said that the British teenager, Dwayne Ward, 17, was stabbed more than 10 times after he kissed a local girl while in Turkey on vacation.

The incident happened on Tuesday night and left Ward fighting for his life.
Around 8:00 am, people discovered Ward naked and soaked in blood in a yard in Marmaris. He had cuts on his throat, chest, back, legs and groin.

A police report said that the Macmillan Academy student was out having fun and kissed Turkish a girl in the bar he was at.
Ward is said to have gone to another bar and that was when two men beat him on the head with an object. He said he does not remember anything after that point.

Two men, Attila Dincer and Ismail A, both in their 20s, were arrested shortly after the incident.
The teenager from Middlesbrough, was staying at the Ali Baba Hotel, with his mother and brother.

U.S. Jewish man studying Arabic in Egypt and seeking peace murdered by angry mob

Andrew Pochter 
By: Eva Fett

(Scroll down for video) A Jewish man from the United States was brutally murdered by an angry mob of Egyptian protesters after he went to the country in order to seek peace and study Arabic.

The family of the U.S. college student said that the victim cared passionately about the Middle East and was in the country to teach English to children and improve his own Arabic.

Andrew Pochter, of Chevy Chase, Maryland, was killed Friday in Alexandria during clashes between government supporters and opponents. His family said in a statement on Saturday that he was stabbed by protesters while observing the demonstrations.

"He went to Egypt because he cared deeply about the Middle East. Had studied in the region. He loved the culture, and planned to live and work in Egypt in the search for peace and understanding," the statement said.

The 21-year-old spent the spring semester studying in Amman, Jordan, under the AMIDEAST Education Abroad Program and was teaching in Egypt before returning in the fall to Kenyon College in Ohio. He majored in religious studies, he was active in Hillel House, the campus center of Jewish life, and was a member of the rugby club.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Rabbi brings mezuzahs to Jews in Montana

Rabbi Chaim Bruk 
By: Moses Gold

A rabbi is working to make sure that every Jewish home be equipped with a mezuzah.
Rabbi Chaim Bruk was on the back porch of Ella Lorentz’s house in Billings, Montana.

He showed Lorentz, who is a Jewish woman from Israel, how to place a mezuzah next to her door, a holy item, which Jews believe provides protection and blessings.

"Are you going to put it right there," he told the woman. "You just push down," he said.
She pressed her fingers against the small, rectangular acrylic-coated parchment, which contains the handwritten Shema, a Bible passage declaring that there is only one God.

Then he told her to repeat a series of words in Hebrew after him.
"There is a traditional blessing we say when we put up a mezuzah," he said. "It is blessing and thanks to God for giving us the house to put this mezuzah," he said.

"Now give it a kiss with your hand," he said, and Lorentz touched her fingers with her lips and then placed her fingers on the mezuzah.

She already has a mezuzah on her front door.
"I just wanted one for the back door, too, for the blessings and protection of the house," she said.

Bruk spoke for a few minutes with Lorentz and her husband, Matthew. Daughter Zoe, 2, was taking her afternoon nap, so she pulled out her cell phone to show the rabbi a picture of her.

Connecticut man hangs Nazi flag on his home because its anti-Obama

Joseph Sincavage with the Nazi flag 
By: Debbie Gross

(Scroll down for video) A man, who hung a Nazi flag outside his home, said he has nothing against the Jews, it is just meant as an anti-Obama gesture.

Joseph Sincavage said that he hung a Nazi flag outside his Connecticut home not because he despises Jews, but because he hates President Barack Obama.

The 73-year-old former U.S. Marine said that he is flying the hated image since he feels that his president is turning the country into a totalitarian state.

"I'll keep flying the Nazi flag until Obama changes his policies, resigns or is dismissed," Sincavage said. "I'm staying with it on the basis of my rights afforded to me by the First Amendment," he added.

The Stratford, Connecticut, native said he "did not realize people would take it as offensive,” and he is not a member of any group associated with the Nazi flag.

"I have no animosity toward Jews," he said. "The Jews are also getting a bad deal by President Obama. The founder of my religion was also a Jew,” he said.

Sincavage claims Obama is interfering with the ability of Israel to defend itself and is making laws without congressional approval.

The flag hangs next to the Stars and Stripes, the flag of the Marines and one bearing the coat of arms of the Vatican.

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Popular Israeli actress, husband, little children, stoned by terrorists in the West Bank

Car attacked with stones illustration 
By: David Ross

Palestinian terrorists stoned a Jewish family driving along a road in the Israeli controlled West Bank, according to a statement made by a popular Israeli actress.

Israeli actress Ronit Shapira, who plays in the comedy "Latma", was ambushed along with her husband and their three young children by Palestinian stone throwers Sunday night.

Shapira's husband, Eliezer, drove the family through the Israeli controlled West Bank, when he saw large stones laying across the road. He immediately knew what was going to happen next.
Shapira recounted the terrifying moments on her personal Facebook page:

"We were driving through the West Bank around 10:00 pm. My husband noticed stones in the road. Initially, I did not understand what was happening. He told me to protect the children in the back seat. Then, a stone smashed through the window just beside him. The stone was the size of a grapefruit.”

Shapira suffered several cuts from the broken glass. Despite the attack, her husband managed to drive the car and his family to the next Israeli checkpoint.

The actress was surprised and disappointed by the behavior of the Palestinians, and she said: "Our partners in peace wanted to kill us. We cannot make peace with murderers. They have blood on their hands and I have blood on my forehead."

Stone throwing attacks against Jewish motorists on the roads of the West bank have increased significantly in recent weeks. The perpetrators are usually young Palestinian Arabs whose parents, when confronted, refuse to do anything about the dangerous phenomenon.

Shomrim catch two men after stealing cash, phone from Orthodox Jewish woman collecting rent

Shomrim Patrol vehicles illustration 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

Two men were arrested and charged with theft related charges after they stole cash and a cellphone from a landlord when she came to collect her rent from her tenants, according to police reports in Brooklyn, New York.

Police said that when the Orthodox Jewish woman, who owns an apartment in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, went to pick up her rent she was in for a little surprise.

Last Thursday, the woman came over to the apartment in order to pick up the monthly rent. After leaving the house, two young black men, who were waiting for her outside, stole the money and her mobile device. The two suspects fled from the scene.

The woman immediately called the Crown Heights Shomrim Patrol, an Orthodox Jewish vigilante group. Several hours after the incident, the Shomrim Patrol sent a text message to the stolen device, allegedly from another tenant.

The message read: "Hello, I have this month’s rent ready. Where can I find you?"
The thieves, believing that they can steal some more money, responded to the message: "I'm busy right now but I'll send one of my employees." After agreeing on a meeting place, the Shomrim Patrol contacted the police. One of the Shomrim Patrol members were waiting at the meeting place, while the police were waiting on the sidelines.

After a few minutes, the suspect appeared. That's when police arrested him. Police found the woman’s mobile phone in the pocket of the suspect during a routine search. The suspect was charged with theft.

Female Muslim terrorist caught with knife at Hebron Jewish tourist site

The knives found on the terrorist 
By: Debbie Gross

A woman was arrested and charged with terror related charges after being caught with a knife at a Jewish tourism site in the Israeli city of Hebron, according to a report by the Tazpit News Agency.

A female terrorist was caught a short while ago by Border Police at the Tomb of the Patriarchs in Hebron, thanks to an alert police woman. A Palestinian woman in her early twenties approached one of the checkpoints in the vicinity and raised the suspicion of the police stationed at the checkpoint.

The policewoman stopped her and found three knives of different sizes hidden on her body. An initial investigation indicates the Palestinian woman was on her way to execute a terrorist attack, probably against the security forces.
The Palestinian woman was released a year ago from Israeli prison where she served time for another failed stabbing attempt.

Chief Superintendent Eliyahu Tsafrir stated: "The Police woman's alertness and professional conduct prevented an escalation of this incident, and enabled the thwarting of this attack." The suspect was taken into custody by the police.

Woman caught trying on shoes from UPS boxes delivered to strange family’s home

Thief drives up in yellow Mustang and steals packages  
By: Sarah Weiss

(Scroll down for video) A family was surprised to find that someone had opened packages containing items they ordered online.

Police in Kingwood, Texas, are looking for a woman, who was seen on video opening the packages and taking items she liked.

The bikini-clad woman was seen on surveillance camera driving a yellow Mustang when she pulled up to the home in a gated community. The woman stopped her car and took three days worth of mail from the family's mailbox. Then, she drove up to house. The woman walked to the back yard where she relieved herself on the family’s property near their water fountain.

Then, she opened packages, which were on their front porch to see what’s in there. The homeowners, Jason Jodway and his family, were shocked to find that someone had gone through their packages. Jodway checked the surveillance video and called police.

The video showed how the woman spent 10 minutes sorting through UPS packages left on the porch, carefully choosing the items she wanted. Apparently, she did not like the shoes and she put it back in the pile. She did take the make-up though. When she was done going through the packages, she tried to open the front door but it was locked.

The homeowners are more concerned about the mail that the thief took rather than the make-up she took or urine stains she left.
"We had three days of mail piling up. We are worried about identity theft," Jodway said.

The homeowners were happy that the security camera caught the licence plate number of the vehicle, but when police checked the number, they reportedly found that the Mustang was also reported stolen. The family and police are asking the public for help in identifying the thief.
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Man throws away his lovers hamster, claims she loved it more than him

Hamster illustration 
By: Shifra Unger

A man was arrested for theft after he broke into his former girlfriend’s house to get rid of her hamster.

The jealous man claimed that his girlfriend loved the hamster more than she loved him.

Andrew Walsh became resentful of the emotional bond between the hamster and his former girlfriend Julie Hanson. When she broke up with him, he decided to end her relationship with her pet as well. Walsh, 30, was was so jealous of the hamster, which was named Harry, that he broke into his former girlfriend’s house and took the hamster out of the cage.

He then released it to the street. He was not satisfied with getting rid of the pet, he also took the woman’s television set with him. The man was arrested for theft. Walsh of Blackpool, Lancashire, United Kingdom, told police he "gave Harry his freedom", the Blackpool Magistrates Court heard.

Walsh had met his former girlfriend earlier that night when he tried to rekindle their relationship, but Hanson blew him off. She told him she was sleeping at her mother’s house that night. Later that night, Walsh broke into her house because he knew she was not home.

Walsh broke the door down and then opened the cage door before leaving with the television. Hanson discovered the theft when she returned the next day and discovered that Harry was gone. Prosecutor Tracy Yates said: "Walsh had repeatedly asked Hanson to rekindle their relationship. When he saw her at bingo she told him she was going to stay with her mother for the night."

"The next day she found her door broken and the door of her hamster's cage was open. The hamster had disappeared and Walsh was very aware that she loved the hamster. He also knew that she had a strong emotional bond with the animal that Walsh did not like,” he added.

Thankfully, Harry the hamster was later found hiding under a carpet and is safe and well.
Walsh pleaded guilty to the theft and was ordered to do 150 hours of community service and was ordered to pay $230.

Local government sets up fake drug checkpoints, as real checkpoints are illegal

Fake drug checkpoint sign 
By: David Ross

Government officials in Cleveland, Ohio found a way around the law, in order to take drugs off the streets.

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that drug checkpoints are illegal.

Police in the Ohio town of Mayfield Heights know that they are not allowed to use checkpoints to search drivers or their vehicles for drugs. So they set up fake checkpoints to catch people with drugs. Police in the city of 19,000 residents posted large signs that warn drivers that there is a drug checkpoint ahead, to be prepared to stop and there will be a drug-sniffing police dog in use.

In reality, there was no such checkpoint, but police were waiting at the spots where the signs were posted and they waited to see if the drivers react suspiciously after reading the signs. Some people may choose to turn around and use a different route rather than go through a drug checkpoint. As soon as a driver reacted to the sign, officers stopped and searched them.

Authorities said four people were stopped, some were arrested and drugs were seized. They declined to be more specific about the details. Some civil rights leaders are questioning the tactics, and are wondering if it might violate the Fourth Amendment against unreasonable searches and illegal seizures.

"I do not think it achieves any public safety goals," Terry Gilbert, a prominent civil rights lawyer in Cleveland said. "I do not think it's good to deceive the public, for any reason, especially if you are a government agency," he also said. Nick Worner, a spokesperson for the Cleveland office of the American Civil Liberties Union, said his office is looking into the fake checkpoints to determine if any person's rights has been violated.

Dominic Vitantonio, a Mayfield Heights prosecutor, said the fake checkpoints are legal and a legitimate effort in the war against drugs. "We should be applauded for doing this. It's a good thing," Vitantonio said.

Bill Peters, one of the drivers, who were pulled over by police, said he was driving on the freeway when he missed his exit. He stopped to check his phone for directions, then pulled back on the highway when his phone disconnected from the charger. He pulled over again to reconnect it.

Shortly after returning to the highway, police stopped him as a suspicious person. Peters said the officer asked him what kind of drugs he had in the car, saying it would be much easier to confess before other officers and a drug-sniffing dog arrived.

Peters insisted that he had no drugs. As promised, other officers and the dog were summoned, and Peters agreed to a car search. No drugs were found.

"The last time I checked, it is not against the law to pull over at the side of the road to check directions," Peters said, adding that the officer praised him for being safety conscious for stopping at the side of the road to take care of business rather than doing it while driving.

Georgia woman forced to prove her sex before getting a copy of her birth certificate

Nakia Grimes 
By: Shifra Unger

(Scroll down for video) A woman was left embarrassed after a state worker asked her to prove that she was a woman.

The Georgia state worker has a little explaining to do after she allegedly demanded a woman to prove her sex before getting a copy of her birth certificate.

Nakia Grimes of Clayton County, tried to get her driver's license renewed before her 37th birthday. In order to do so, she needed a birth certificate, and a passport as proof, but she did not have either of them. So she went to the government office to get a copy of her birth certificate where she was told that on her birth certificate she appeared as a male.

Grimes was shocked and said that she never realized that the wrong box was checked. Due to an error, she appears as male sex.

When I looked at my birth certificate, “I never looked at anything other than my name and date of birth. I never looked at the additional information,” Grimes said. She never noticed the x in one area of her birth certificate, she never realized that the box for male was checked instead of the one for female.

When she went to correct that mistake at the Vital Records service office, a worker told her she has to prove that she was really a woman. "She said I had to go to a PAP test, and have a doctor write a note to verify that I am a woman, and bring it back notarized," Grimes said.

Instead of going to a doctor, Grimes reached out to the local media for help.
When the news media went to the Vital Records Service office, they promised to make things right.

Grimes has a son, after searching for the birth certificate of her son, Zion, which proved that she was the mother, officials made ​​the change and checked the correct box on her birth certificate.
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Flesh-Eating Maggots credited for saving elderly woman’s life

Sherrie Morton 
By: Moses Gold

An elderly woman was found covered in flesh-eating maggots, which ate away her wounds.

A Washington state woman was arrested after her mother, who was in her care, was found in a filthy room and covered in maggots.

Sherrie Morton, 46, was arrested and charged with criminal mistreatment of a dependent person. Her mother, 70, was found in critical condition at her home in Auburn. The situation was uncovered, when an acquaintance came to visit the elderly woman and found that she was being neglected. The visitor called police.

The visitor told Kings County deputies that she saw hundreds of worms around a leg wound of the woman, The witness described what he saw as "like a horror movie." "The maggots may have helped the woman stay alive due to the fact that they were eating the rotten flesh that was infected which helped decrease the infection," detective Marylisa Priebe-Olson said.

Morton, who lives at home with his mother, said she had just noticed her mother's wounded leg. However, police said the injury appears to be at least one month old. The maggots also seem to have been around for a while, as the woman’s sheets were infested with the insects and the room was full of flies.

The detectives said that the condition of the house was so bad that paramedics had to wear special protective suits to remove the woman from her home. Paramedics also believe the maggots may have actually saved her life by eating the rotten skin and keeping the infection from spreading.

57 people hospitalized after gas leak at Intel plant in Arizona

Intel plant 
By: Sarah Weiss

(Scroll down for video) Fifty seven people were rushed to local hospitals after they were sickened while working at Intel in Arizona, according to hospital officials in Arizona.

Police said that in the early hours of Saturday, they received reports of a gas leak at Intel’s second largest plant located in Chandler. One of the buildings of the plant was evacuated after this leak, and the gas was identified as nitrogen trifluoride by the local fire department, according to a spokesperson of the fire department, Tom Dwiggins.

The source of the leak was identified to be a tool used in the manufacturing of silicon wafers at the manufacturing facilities of the company. Intel spokesperson Chuck Mulloy said that the tool has been offline for some time. Now, operations at the plant has resumed and the company is investigating the cause of the failure. He also stated that there are no dangers to both the company and the neighborhood.

Silicon wafers are used by the company for semiconductor manufacturing equipment. These components are made in 12-inch silicon wafers, which are then cut into individual components and contains more than a billion transistors. Initially, a worker complained of difficulty breathing and then the same was experienced by others. Because of this, 43 people have fallen ill including 11 who are still being treated at local hospitals. The people transported to the hospital said they had difficulties breathing along with skin and eye irritation and nausea.

The Chandler plant employs around 11,000 people and operates two high volume manufacturing facilities. The company is planning to complete its third plant this year, according to the website of the company.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Boy, 12, kills his brother, 9, then kills himself after being left home alone

Austin Wiseman and Blake Campbell 
By: John Roberts

A family was devastated after they found their two grandchildren dead in their house.

A Ohio town was shocked by the news of the shooting deaths of two young brothers.

An autopsy revealed that the older boy shot his younger half-brother before fatally shooting himself. Authorities determined Thursday that Austin Wiseman, 12, shot and killed his half-brother Blake Campbell, 9, before shooting himself in the head at about 11:00 am on Wednesday.

The children lived with their grandparents, who were not home at the time of the incident. The child's grandparents of Columbus, Ohio, came home from running errands and found the children dead in their bedroom.
"Our community is deeply saddened by this tragedy and our sympathies are with all those who have been affected," Jackson Police Chief Carl Eisnaugle said in a press release.

The coroner determined that Campbell, who was killed by a single shot to the face from a few feet away, was shot accidentally. The coroner said that the older boy was so distraught about the accident that he killed himself as a result. Several weapons were found at the scene, including a .44 caliber revolver, police said.

Authorities have yet to determine who owned the weapon that was used in the killings, and how the 12-year-old got his hands on the loaded gun.
The boy's mother, Kelly Lenoir Harris, 32, lives in an apartment behind the grandparents’ house. It is not clear where she was at the time of the shooting.

Violent mugger caught after leaving behind birth certificate at crime scene

Zachary Tentoni 
By: David Ross

(Scroll down for video) A man was arrested and charged with theft related charges after robbing a woman of her wallet, according to police reports in Massachusetts.

Most thieves take great care to ensure that they are not captured or identified, by using gloves, a hat, and sunglasses.

However, Zachary Tentoni made ​​life very easy for the police after he allegedly attacked a woman, leaving behind his birth certificate and a letter addressed to him from his mother.
During the robbery in a park in Boston, he took the woman's wallet containing $40.

So far so good for Tentoni.
The thief however, made a little mistake: He left behind two bags, one with a birth certificate and another with an incriminating letter.

The police do not even have to go far to find their prime suspect.
Tentoni was found by police several hours later, one block away from where the woman was assaulted.

The 26-year-old, allegedly lied to police during questioning, giving them a false name, but was later identified by the woman and charged with armed robbery.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Grown man refuses to eat mother’s potato because it looks like a duck

Potato that looks like a duck 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

A grown man refused to eat a potato prepared by his mother because he claimed that the potato looks like a duck.

The Chinese gardener couldn’t believe his eyes after his mother had dug up the potato that looks like a duck.

According to Hu Xianglu, a potato fan, his mother dug up the unusual growth in a field next to the family home.
The man however, found it impossible to eat because it would be insensitive to consume something that looks like a duck.

"Since it looks just like the popular rubber duck I put it on my desk so it can bring me good luck," he said.
While he did not say what he plans to do with the unusual potato when it begins to sprout, we hope he gets his good luck before that sad day in which the potato will turn black.

Woman super glues her mouth shut after she thought it was cold sore cream

Super glue 
By: Eva Fett

A woman was rushed to a hospital after she mistakenly super glued her mouth shut, according to hospital officials in New Zealand.

Hospital officials said that the woman accidentally glued her lips shut with super glue last week after she thought that the super glue was a cold sore cream. Unable to speak, she called police for help, but she could only grunt on the phone.

The woman, 64, is now well, but had some disturbing moments. It happened at night when she woke up and decided to apply a cold sore cream to her lips. The problem was that she was used a tube of super glue instead.

She applied the glue to her lips, unknowingly shutting her mouth. To make matters worse, she had a cold, and that caused her not to be able to breathe easily from the nose. the woman said that she realized what she'd done shortly thereafter and quickly became very frightened.

''I woke up, I think minutes later, to have a drink and could not open my mouth," the woman said. "I panicked. I thought I was going to die,” she said.

She was all alone, and her call to police also became a terrifying experience. "All I could do was grunt," she said. "They asked where I lived, and all I could say was ‘mmmmmm’. I was gagging. I felt like I was going to vomit. I was panicking. I could not open my mouth,” the woman recalled.

The alert operator told the growling woman to tap on the nozzle using the phone to answer yes or no and she managed to get the address of the woman. Before an ambulance arrived, a police officer arrived, sent by the operator concerned that the woman was a victim of a crime.

The officer calmed the woman down and when the ambulance arrived moments later she was taken to Dunedin Hospital where doctors use paraffin oil to unseal her lips. "It was wonderful," she said. "I thought, 'Praise the Lord',” she added.
When I got home, I threw the glue in the trash.

Arizona prisoner charged after biting off female jail guard's ear

Bobby Ruiz 
By: Moses Gold

(Scroll down for video) A prisoner was charged with assault related charges after he bit off a female jail guard’s ear, according to prison officials in Arizona.

Prison officials said that two prisoners rushed to the aid of the Arizona prison officer after the prisoner bit off her ear during a routine check inside a jail in Phoenix.

Rachel Harris, 22, a newly hired guard at the Maricopa County Detention Center, was savagely attacked by Bobby Ruiz when she entered the cell of the prisoner in the Lower Buckeye Jail.

"In the process of the assault, he her ear. We couldn’t locate the ear, which the prisoner may have swallowed," Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio said.

Two inmates, Ricky Shillingford and Andrew Davis, apparently rushed to the aid of Harris. Ruiz fought with the prison officer until additional officers arrived on the scene.

"He had her in a stranglehold," Shillingford said. "I saw blood coming out of her ears," he added.
"I saw her on the floor, crunched over, and bent over," Davis added. "I took him off her. He punched me and went right back to her. Right is right and wrong is wrong. We made mistakes so we got here, but hey, if you can correct your mistakes, why not?" Davis said.

Ruiz, already convicted of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, now faces charges of aggravated assault on an officer. According to prison officials, Ruiz has been placed in confinement, and he is only being fed bread and water.
"I just want to say thank you to those of you who helped me," Harris told a group of prisoners.
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Oklahoma woman calls police after getting stuck inside clothing donation bin

Scene of the incident 
By: Debbie Gross

(Scroll down for video) A woman swallowed her pride and called police after she got stuck inside a clothing donation bin, according to police reports in Oklahoma.

The Oklahoma City Fire Department said that they had to rescue a Good Samaritan from a metal box after receiving an urgent phone call for help.

"We received a call from a woman who was really stuck inside the donation container,” Oklahoma City Fire Department Fire Chief Brian Stanaland said.

The incident occurred when the woman realized she was missing a bracelet after donating several articles of clothing. She returned to the bin, and somehow ended up inside while looking for her bracelet.

"I came here and I was looking around, looking around, looking around. Then, I got stuck inside," she told the fire dispatcher.
"I have multiple sclerosis, so it does not take much before I actually start cramping and hurting, you know, and I can not leave," she said.

"I kind of assume that she has a little dehydrated," Stanaland said. "Apparently, she was inside for about two hours this morning and even in the morning hours, it is still very hot. It is a metal container," he said.

The woman was taken out safely. The woman said that another woman came to the donation box while she was trapped inside, but she fled after asking her for help. “I guess she got scared because she did not expect a woman in the box,” the woman said.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Oklahoma teen arrested for outraging public decency after riding his bike without clothes

Billy Buckley 
By: John Roberts

(Scroll down for video) A teen was arrested and charged with outraging public decency related charges after he was seen riding his bike without clothes, according to police reports in Oklahoma.

Police said that they arrested the teenager last week after residents called in to complain about the naked man.

Billy Buckley, an 18-year-old of Chickasha, Oklahoma, rode the vehicle without any clothes for about 20 minutes as part of a $50 bet with friends.

He was eventually arrested by police officers and tried to cover his private part with a boot.
"The fact that he was holding his boot on his business tells me that he was at least a little more modest than people thought," Police Major Ellip Moore said.

He said the man was flanked by cars driven by his friends, who helped him complete the challenge, prompting at least three phone calls from the locals.

Buckley was charged and booked into jail for outraging public decency and behavior that was detrimental to public morals after admitting that the stint was part of a bet with his friends.
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