Thief cut in half by train while fleeing crime scene

Lopez Christian Webster 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

(Scroll down for video) A man was killed a few minutes after stabbing a homeowner.

Lopez Christian Webster, 32, of Des Moines, Iowa, broke into a home and stabbed a man repeatedly before fleeing the scene.

Webster warned the homeowner not to move before he was out of the house. "Move and I will kill you," Webster said.

While running from the crime scene, Webster jumped between two train cars while the train was moving.

Sadly, he did not make it, and he fell onto the tracks.

The train sliced him in half, killing him instantly.

Police said that the suspect might have wanted to jump and hold onto the train to get away from the area.

The stabbing victim told police he did not know Webster, however, he was not cooperating with police, leading police to believe that he knew the Webster.

Webster died around 9:00 p.m., while the victim is expected to recover from his injuries.

Webster left behind two sons.

He had prior arrests for drug offenses and assault.

Man steals human bones from Ohio University

Human bones illustration 
By: John Roberts

A man was arrested and charged with theft after stealing bones from his university, according to a statement by the Federal Bureau of Investigations.

An Athens County, Ohio man, faces federal charges for allegedly stealing bones from an anatomy lab at the University of Ohio, his former employer.

Weston Henri Moquin, 28, was charged on Wednesday, with one count of transportation of stolen bones and preserved human remains across state borders, and one count of theft of property from an agency funded by the federal government .

Moquin, of 6798 Kramer Lane, stole bones between July 11, 2011 and June 11, 2012 when he worked as an assistant in the laboratory, according to court documents.

His attorney, Keith Yeazel, said that Moquin sold the bones to dealers in order to support his drug addiction.

In a deal made ​​with prosecutors, Moquin has agreed to plead guilty to both charges and to pay for the college in Ohio, and other victims $84,684 in restitution.

It could have been sentenced to 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine for each count.

The sale of human bones is legal in the United States, with some exceptions, Yeazel said.

Construction company seen cementing car to the ground after dealer refuses to move it

The car cemented to the ground 
By: Sarah Weiss

A dealer was left with his car cemented to the ground after refusing to move it for construction, according to photos uploaded to the Internet.

A small disagreement spiraled out of control when a construction crew cemented a car to the curb.

The argument occurred when the car dealer refused to move a parked Volkswagen Caddy from the pavement, in Belo Horizonte, Brazil.

Mark Drummond, who is not the owner, but was responsible for selling the car, said that the pavement was used to display vehicles for over 20 years.

It is not technically illegal to park there as it is a public space, but the construction workers were not able to complete maintenance on pavement due to the parked car.

Drummond was asked to remove the car, but he refused. That is when the construction crew decided to cement it to the pavement.

"He said he would not put his finger on the car so we had no choice," Celso Antonio de Faria, the owner of the cement company, said.

The transportation department of Brazil, sent a towing company to remove the car after a series of complaints from locals, but found the car fixed to the ground.

Howard Stern Show contest winner, 86, dies minutes before having sex with two prostitutes

Johnny Orris center 
By: John Roberts

(Scroll down for video) The Howard Stern Show contest winner choked to death near the Bunny Ranch, just before receiving his sex with prostitute prize.

86-year-old Johnny Orris was a sweet man, beloved by all who came in contact with him.

The elderly grandpa entered a Howard Stern Show contest to win a date with 2 prostitutes.

Orris was married to his wife for 58 years, the love of his life.

His wife died 11-years-ago and he did not have sex since then.

Orris won a date with two prostitutes from the famous Bunny Ranch in Nevada. He flew to Lake Tahoe, to claim his prize.

Before consummating the date, Orris went out for a nice dinner with his grandson, Ed.

Just before he was going to have sex for the first time in years he choked to death on his steak at a local restaurant.

Emergency workers tried 30 minutes to save him, but were unsuccessful.

As the brokenhearted grandson was getting ready to leave the restaurant, the waiter brought their $250 bill and asked the man to pay for the food, which had just killed his grandfather.

Bunny Ranch owner Dennis Hof said that it was the saddest day in Bunny Ranch’s history.

Man selling human skull for $19,000 arrested after dialing wrong number

Musa Ibrahim Kamuku with the skull 
By: Moses Gold

A man was trying to sell a human head, but he accidentally called the wrong person.

Musa Ibrahim Kamuku, 23, of Niger, Nigeria, was arrested after a human head was found in his possession.

Kamuku was looking forward to making a lot of money when he called his client to set up a time and place to sell the human head.

However, he made one crucial mistake when he dialed the wrong number.

The number belonged to Abdullahi Akayaga, the former Chairman of Nigerian Union of Teachers.

Kamuku called the former union leader and urged him to get the money ready as he had gotten the kind of human head that he wanted.

Akayaga played along and pretended to know what the man was talking about. They decided on a meeting place, and the chairman promised to have the N3 million ($19,000) ready.

Akayaga immediately alerted police about his telephone conversation between him and the suspect. Police were ready for the man at the predetermined location.

Kamuku was arrested with the skull in his possession.

Store sells chicken breasts after man stuffed it down his pants in the toilet

Meat stuffed down pants illustration 
By: Shifra Unger

(Scroll down for video) A store sold chicken breasts despite the fact that they were stuffed down a man’s pants.

Police said that a convenience store, which found food stuffed down the pants of a thief, recovered the goods and sold it to consumers, a court has heard.

Jeffery Arthur Feehan, 29, stole chicken breasts, steaks and bacon worth $65 after taking it to the bathroom of a supermarket in Prince Edward Island, Canada.

The store argued that the stolen meat and poultry were well wrapped in plastic.

Feehan appeared in a court in Charlottetown, on Tuesday, and pleaded guilty to six charges.

The robber, a drug addict, was sentenced to 94 days in jail, and was ordered to pay $200 to the Crime Victims Fund.

He was also been banned from entering supermarkets for the next year.