Woman arrested for raping 16 year old student was likely the real victim

Delisha Barg 
By: Tanya Malhotra

(Scroll down for video) A woman who was arrested for raping a 16-year-old boy is likely the victim of a rape.

The incident began when Delisha Barg, was arrested for having sex with the 16-year-old boy. However, she was possibly the one who was exploited.

Police in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, said that they arrested the 34-year-old woman after investigators said that she had sex with the boy while she was drunk.

Deputies charged her with carnal knowledge of a juvenile. Investigators said that the boy's parents contacted them about the incident.

During an interview, the teen told detectives that Barg was an acquaintance of his mother. He meet the woman, who was very drunk, and helped her walk home.

He said that Barg came on to him, asked him to take her to her room and help her undress. The boy said she kissed him, and after he got her undressed, the two then had sex.

He told deputies that he left the home when Barg’s son woke up and started banging on his door to find out what was going on.

Barg was arrested, but did not have any recollection of the incident. She insisted that she does not even remember the teen being at her home.

Barg was booked into jail on the carnal knowledge charge as well as an open warrant for a seat belt violation. She was later released after posting $10,000 bond.

Police are investigating the incident. They will have to figure out if the teen was raped while helping the woman or whether the teen took advantage of a drunk woman.

Woman beats delivery person with broomstick for arriving with cold pizza

Pizza in box illustration 
By: Chan Yuan

A restaurant delivery person was beaten with a broomstick after showing up at a home with cold pizza, police in Missouri said.

St. Louis County Police said that they are looking for the suspects behind the beating, and urged the public to come forward with information.

According to the police investigation, on Sunday morning, the delivery driver for Papa John’s, attempted to deliver pizza to a home in the 5300 block of Janet Avenue.

However, residents of the house began arguing with the driver, complaining that the pizza was cold. A woman attacked the driver with a broomstick.

The victim overpowered the woman and hit her back. Moments later, a man appeared at the door of the home with a gun.

The driver fled, stopping the car a few blocks away to call the police. Before the police arrived, the driver saw a silver Pontiac driving and stopping about 50 feet behind him.

He heard one shot, he told police. The driver accelerated again, until he was certain that the Pontiac is not following him. The driver made a u-turn and went after the Pontiac.

When he caught up with the Pontiac, another shot was fired. The driver was not injured.

Young woman dies after pushing crack pipe up her private parts

April Rollison 
By: Tanya Malhotra

A young woman is dead after pushing a crack pipe up her private parts, police in Florida said.

The Polk County Sheriff’s Office said that 31-year-old April Rollison, died a week after she was taken to a hospital in order to remove the crack pipe and other items from her private parts.

The incident began when Rollison was arrested on drug charges. During a body search in the Polk County Jail, officers discovered two elements inside her private parts.

She was taken to the hospital. She asked the nurse to use the bathroom. The nurse went to get a bed urinal and a deputy stood behind a curtain.

Medical personnel later removed the crack pipe and a bottle of pills from her private parts. She was taken back to prison, where she suffered from continuous pain.

She was taken back to the hospital, where she died on Monday. The autopsy results are pending. Rollison tested positive for methamphetamine, amphetamine, cocaine and marijuana.

Mother of 3 children caught having sex with daughter’s 17-year-old friend in parked car

Iris Gibney 
By: Feng Qian

(Scroll down for video) Police have arrested a married mother of three children after she was spotted having sex with a teen in her car.

42-year-old Iris Gibney of Pennsylvania, was arrested for Corruption of Minors, Disseminating Obscene Materials to a Minor and Trespass by Motor Vehicle.

Police said that approximately 8:30 p.m., an Upper Pottsgrove police officer observed two vehicles in the Hollenbach Park after the park had closed.

The officer found Gibney and a 17-year-old male, who is her daughter’s friend, in one of the vehicles engaged in physical contact while both were in the nude.

Gibney and the victim both admitted to the officer that they were engaging in sexual activity.

Further investigations revealed that Gibney and the victim met at Pottsgrove High School, while attending a school function.

After their initial meeting, Gibney and the victim continued to communicate via Twitter, and on several occasions, Gibney sent nude photographs of herself to the victim using her cell phone.

Gibney was arraigned before Magisterial District Justice Maurice H. Saylor, and bail was set at $50,000.

Howard University football player killed after breaking into home and attempting an armed robbery

Terrence Neal Tusan 
By: Wayne Morin

(Scroll down for video) A mother was shocked to learn that her son, who was accepted into Howard University, was killed after breaking into a home.

Police said that two people were killed during the attempted robbery at a home in Texas.

Terrence Neal Tusan, 22, had a promising career as a football player and was well liked by his teammates at Howard University.

Tusan was identified as one of the two suspects found dead at an apartment complex in Denton over the weekend, after allegedly breaking into the home with two accomplices.

Tusan and Jakobi Dmon Gipson, 18, of Arlington, are accused of covering their faces and forcing their way into the apartment before the shooting erupted.

Tusan was found dead outside the apartment in the 1500 block of Meadow St. Gipson’s body was discovered inside the apartment, police said.

The news surprised her mother, Donna Tusan, as she had no idea what her son was doing in that area. Howard came home for the holidays and boasted about his good grades at the Howard University, before he broke into the home with his accomplices.

Police are not sure if the attempted robbery was drug related, but the victims have since moved out of the apartment.

Two guns were reportedly recovered in the apartment. One belonged to the victim and the other was in the possession of the suspects.

17-year-old boy arrested for raping teenage girl in her mother’s bed

Dustin James Vidrine 
By: Mahesh Sarin

A teenage boy of Louisiana, was arrested for forcing himself onto a younger girl.

17-year-old Dustin James Vidrine has been arrested and charged with forcible rape of the 15-year-old girl.

According to the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office, the teen girl said that she and some friends had a party at her home.

When everyone left, she went to sleep in her mother’s bed. When she awoke, she found 17-year-old Dustin James Vidrine in the bed.

Vidrine said that he wanted to have sex with her, but she tried to get away from him. He then grabbed her arm and pulled her back into the bed.

She told deputies that she tried to escape, but was unable to break from his grip. She claims that Vidrine sexually assaulted her even though she repeatedly told him no.

When he was done raping her, the victim locked himself in the bathroom and called for help.

Vidrine told deputies that earlier that day, the girl said she would have sex with him after the party. He admitted to deputies that the girl said no several times, but he continued.

Vidrine was arrested and accused of rape by force. He was booked in the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison, where he is being held in lieu of a $75,000 bond.

Released prisoner arrested for starting his job too early in the morning

Prison illustration  
By: Mahesh Sarin

A man in the United Kingdom, was excited to be released from prison and wanted to become a productive citizen.

The man immediately looked for a job and was hired as a truck diver.

However, Ashley Stansfield, 48, of Finsbury Park, London, was soon arrested and jailed as his job started at 6:15 a.m., 45 minutes before his overnight curfew expired.

Stansfield was serving a sentence of 18 months for conspiracy to steal a car. He was placed on licensed leave, which means that he is no longer serving his sentence in prison but he is still required to adhere to certain conditions while serving the remaining part of his sentence in the community.

Time spent ‘on license’ is supervised by the Probation Service, which is run by a private company.

While on license, Stansfield was ordered to wear an ankle bracelet and was subjected to an overnight curfew. Stansfield was very happy when he found a job as a driver for a courier company in London.

He got the job and bought his own uniform. Stansfield informed his probation officer about the job and told him that he needed to start work at 6:15 a.m., but his curfew did not end until 7:00 a.m.

Stansfield said that the officer signed off on the job and gave him the go ahead.

However, two weeks later, when he returned to a scheduled appointment with the probation officer, he was informed that he was being returned to prison for violating his curfew.

His license was being monitored by London Community Rehabilitation (LCRC), one of the 21 companies hired by the Ministry of Justice to take over the management of released prisoners.

A spokesperson for LCRC said that the probation officer signed permission for Stansfield to take the job, but they were waiting for the governor to do the same.

Since the governor had not signed off on the permission before Stansfield began working, he was in violation of his license and was returned to the Pentonville Prison.

Macy’s employees smeared with human waste while trying to detain female shoplifter

Marisol Toribio 
By: Tanya Malhotra

A group of Macy’s employees were left disgusted after trying to detain a female shoplifter, police in Florida said.

Fort Lauderdale Police said that 32-year-old Marisol Toribio, was arrested on Tuesday, after being accused of using her feces as a weapon.

According to the police investigation, Toribio was caught stealing from the Macy’s store by loss prevention employees.

When the employees began to question her, she reached into her pants, pulled some feces and smeared it on the faces of the loss prevention personnel.

Toribio was arrested and charged with theft and tampering with or fabricating physical evidence.

In October, a teen was arrested on charges of assault after paying a restaurant bill with cash that was contaminated with his feces, police in Indiana said.

Muncie Police said that the teen was charged with battery by bodily waste after using the contaminated cash to pay for his meal at Brothers Bar and Grill on Sunday.

Police were called to the restaurant that recently opened shortly after 12:00 p.m., on reports of a group of young men who were causing trouble.

The 17-year-old boy, who was part of that group, allegedly went to the bathroom, defecated and cleaned himself with the money.

He then placed the cash in the appropriate folder for payment. The server touched the contaminated money before realizing what was on it.

Police do not know why the teen smeared feces on the money. The teenager was taken to a juvenile detention center.

Man caught stealing ornaments from cemetery and selling them at pawn shop

Grave illustration 
By: Feng Qian

A man was arrested on charges of theft after allegedly stealing ornaments from a cemetery, prosecutors in the United Kingdom said.

The man has been charged with ten counts of theft and one count of fraud after the ornaments were stolen from memorials at Bushbury Crematorium.

47-year-old Dennis Palmer was arrested after attempting to sell the stolen ornaments while stating that they belonged to him.

The suspect of Victoria Road, Park Village, appeared before the Wolverhampton Magistrate’s Court, where he was released on bail.

PC Paul Johnson from the Low Hill Neighbourhood Policing Team said: “We fully understand the impact these thefts have had on the local community, and I would like to thank all those who came forward to identify suspected stolen items following a recent appeal in the media."

Parents kills their 1-year-old son by punching him in the stomach

Danielle Cassin and Marcus Piper 
By: Chan Yuan

A couple was arrested, charged and convicted of causing the death of their child after punching their young son in the stomach until he died, prosecutors in the United Kingdom said.

Now, the parents of Birmingham, have been sentenced to serve 9 years in prison for causing or allowing the death of 21-month-old Levi Blu Cassin.

26-year-old Danielle Cassin of Frensham Close, Chelmsley Wood, and 31-year-old Marcus Piper, were found guilty following a four week trial at the Birmingham Crown Court.

The toddler died at his home on Nightingale Avenue in Castle Bromwich. The child’s mother, Danielle Cassin, called an ambulance at 4:54 a.m., stating that her son was not breathing.

Levi Blu Cassin was taken to a hospital, but despite efforts by paramedics to revive him, he was pronounced dead.

A post mortem examination revealed that the toddler had suffered severe abdominal injuries, which had caused his death.

A police investigation into the death was launched, and both Cassin and Piper were arrested on the day of the boy’s death. They were charged with murder, causing or allowing the death of a child and child neglect.

The two denied any wrongdoing, and maintained their innocence throughout the trial. The jury returned not guilty verdicts on the charges of murder and manslaughter against the two.

However, the jury found both guilty of causing or allowing the child’s death.

“He should have had a full life ahead of him, but it was taken away by his parents who failed to provide the necessary care or a safe environment. They subjected him to a violent attack and ultimately failed to seek medical attention. Throughout the investigation and trial, they have continued to conceal the truth and evidence gathered over 18 months by a dedicated team of investigators,” prosecutors said.

Man kidnaps and slaughters 10-year-old boy as sacrifice to help his wife get pregnant

Pregnant woman illustration 
By: Wayne Morin

A man was arrested on charges of murder after allegedly kidnapping a young boy and slaughtering him as a sacrifice, police in India said.

Uttar Pradesh Police said that they arrested the man identified as Durgesh, after being accused of sacrificing the 10-year-old boy in an attempt to help his wife get pregnant.

The boy identified as Pranshu of Pilibhit, was found dead and mutilated two days after he went missing. The child's body was found by his father in a sugar cane field.

The father has not pressed charges of murder against the suspect, but police charged him after the results of an autopsy showed that the boy was murdered.

During police questioning, Durgesh confessed to killing the boy as a sacrifice in order to help his wife get pregnant. The wife of the suspect was also detained for questioning, but has not been charged with a crime.

Woman who owns 30 dogs fatally stabs brother and leaves him laying dead in her home before going to sleep for the night (video)

Anne M. Simon 
By: Mahesh Sarin

(Scroll down for video) A woman was arrested on charges of murder after allegedly stabbing her brother before going to sleep for the night, police in Wisconsin said.

The Sauk County Sheriff’s Office said that they arrested 58-year-old Anne M. Simon, after being accused of killing 56-year-old Donald Simon.

According to the police investigation, officers were called to the woman’s house on West Fox Hill Road around 11:30 a.m., on reports of a man laying unconscious in the living room.

When officers arrived they found Donald Simon with a stab wound to the upper chest. Investigators said that the siblings were involved in a disturbance at 2:30 a.m. on Monday.

The suspect stabbed the victim and then went to bed, leaving him in a pool of blood in the living room. Anne Simon called police at 11:30 a.m., and reported that Donald Simon was dead on the floor.

Donald and Anne Simon were the only two people in the house on Sunday night through Monday morning. Anne Simon was arrested and charged with first-degree murder.

Police also said that Anne Simon owned 30 dogs, which were taken into custody by the police. The animals appear healthy. Sauk County employees are currently feeding and caring for the animals.

Police are still deciding what to do with the animals.

Fund manager steals $150,000 in investor funds to pay for freezing dead wife’s body

Block of ice 
By: Feng Qian

A man was arrested on charges of running a Ponzi scheme after being caught using investor funds to pay for freezing his dead wife’s body, U.S. government prosecutors said in a statement.

Preet Bharara, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced that Whileon Chay was charged for his alleged management of several fraudulent commodities pools, generally operating under the name “4X Solutions” or similar names.

According to the police investigation, Chay solicited more than $5 million from investors in commodities pools that he promised to invest in foreign exchange trading.

He promised annual returns of 24 percent, claiming that there is no risk in this activity.

However, Chay lost more than $2 million in forex and other commodities trading, and misappropriated a significant portion of the remaining investor funds for his personal use, including to pay for luxury cars and for his deceased wife to be cryogenically frozen.

Chay fled the United States during the course of the investigation.

Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara said: “As alleged, Whileon Chay deceived investors about the commodities pools he managed, claiming to be a successful trader when he in fact was losing millions of dollars and misappropriating investors’ money for his own use. Although he has fled the country, these charges against him will persist and so will our efforts to bring him back to face them.”

According to the indictment unsealed in Manhattan federal court and other court documents: Chay began operating the first of several unregistered commodities pools operating under the name “4X Solutions,” collectively referred to in the indictment as the “4X Entities,” and began to solicit investors.

Chay represented to investors, orally and through written materials, that he had “been successfully trading the 4x for 15 years.

During this period, Chay’s clients have never experienced a month that they did not make money.

Chay also created and sent monthly account statements to investors, which showed that the 4X Entities were producing steady returns.

4X Entities claimed to have more than $16.5 million in assets under management. Chay did not invest the money as promised, and the little money he did invest was lost.

Chay lost approximately $2.3 million in forex and other commodities and securities trading, even as he continued to represent to investors and potential investors that the 4X Entities were profitable and that he never experienced a losing month.

Materials distributed to investors also claimed that there is no risk in this activity.

Chay managed the fraud by disseminating fraudulent account statements that represented that investors were receiving consistent positive returns, and by using new investors’ funds to pay the returns to existing investors.

He also misappropriated a significant portion of the funds invested in the 4X Entities for his personal use, including to pay his personal expenses and to maintain a lavish lifestyle, which he flaunted to potential investors.

For example, Chay drove a different luxury car virtually every time he met with one particular investor.

Chay also misappropriated investor funds for other purposes, including more than $150,000 to pay for his deceased wife to be cryogenically frozen.

Chay departed from New York to Lima, Peru, and has not returned to the United States. Chay, 38, was charged with commodities fraud, wire fraud , and mail fraud.

The mail and wire fraud charge each carries a maximum term of 20 years in prison, and the commodities fraud charge carries a maximum term of 10 years in prison.

Separately, the United States Commodities Futures Trading Commission has sued Chay and 4X Solutions, Inc., in an action filed in United States District Court for the Southern District of New York.

Chay has not appeared in that case, and the Clerk of Court has issued a certificate of default against him.

Mother locked up in mental hospital after driving van with her 3 children into the Atlantic Ocean (video)

Ebony Wilkerson 
By: Wayne Morin

(Scroll down for video) A woman was arrested on charges of attempted murder after driving a van into the ocean with her three children inside, prosecutors in Florida said.

Now, a judge ordered 33-year-old Ebony Wilkerson, be committed to a state mental hospital.

Circuit Judge Leah R. Case found that she met the legal standard of being "manifestly dangerous to herself and others."

According to the police investigation, passersby jumped into the Atlantic Ocean in Daytona Beach, and freed the woman’s children, aged 10, 9, and 3, after Wilkerson drove her van into the water.

Wilkerson pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity after prosecutors agreed to drop charges of attempted murder.

Wilkerson will be released in six months on the condition that she has no contact with her three children who are in state custody.

Wilkerson gave birth to a boy in prison. The boy has been handed over to the custody of his father.

2 teens caught cramming 22 stolen sheep into small van

22 sheep crammed into small van 
By: Mahesh Sarin

Two teens were arrested on charges of theft after stealing 22 sheep and cramming them into a small van, police in New Zealand said.

The sheep were found in a Mitsubishi L300 van after police tracked the vehicle to a Rimu Street property when the driver acted suspiciously around 2:00 a.m. in Gisborne.

Senior Sergeant Maui Aben said that police were alerted to the van after a patrol car saw it make an illegal u-turn and then being driven erratically.

Police attempted to follow the vehicle, but lost sight of it. A quick search of the area led police to the Rimu Street property, and the van was found parked in the backyard.

Aben said that despite the 22 sheep being “packed in like sardines,” they seemed in good health and did not appear distressed.

They were taken into the care of the Gisborne District Council’s animal control unit. Two youths at the scene were arrested on charges of theft.

It was not known where the sheep were stolen from, but police were researching ear tag information on the sheep. Anyone who is missing sheep in the area, is asked to contact police.

The two youths, aged 16 and 17, will be brought before the Gisborne Youth Court, for bail hearings.

Man grabs private parts of numerous college students

The suspect 
By: Tanya Malhotra

Police have warned college students that a man who grabs the private parts of college students, is still on the loose, police in Canada said.

The British Columbia Royal Canadian Mounted Police Major Crimes Section continues to investigate six sexual assault incidents that have occurred on the University of British Columbia, Vancouver campus.

These incidents appear to be related and committed by the same suspect. A composite sketch has been released based on the collective suspect description.

The male suspect is described as Caucasian with a slightly darker or olive skin tone, possibly tanned, about 30 years old, thin build, about 6 feet tall, a longer rounder chin and face with straight nose, and broad forehead with short and dark hair.

“We are again urging the public to contact us with any and all information that may assist in identifying this suspect. Since we opened the tip lines, we have received approximately 20 tips that the detectives are pursuing,” Sgt. Peter Thiessen, Lower Mainland District RCMP Spokesperson,” said

“Please continue to use every precaution to ensure your personal safety when walking alone through the campus in the evening and remain vigilant of your surroundings,” he added.

In the first attack, a 20-year-old female resident of UBC was walking along Wesbrook Mall near Thunderbird Boulevard, when she was approached from behind by a male suspect.

The suspect grabbed the woman’s behind underneath her skirt, causing her to scream. The suspect then ran from the area. In the second incident, a 36-year-old female was walking into a building on Larkin Road.

An unknown male approached her from behind, lifted up her skirt and grabbed her behind. The male then ran away.

In the third incident, a 19-year-old female student resident was walking in the 6300 block of Biological Sciences Road, when she was approached from behind by an unknown male.

The male proceeded to wrap one arm around the woman’s waist area, picking her up and leading her to a garden area while placing his free hand up the woman’s skirt and groping her private parts.

The woman struggled and managed to break free from the lone attacker and screamed for help, causing the male suspect to flee on foot.

In the fourth incident, a 20-year-old female student resident was returning to her apartment in the 2700 block of Fairview, when she was approached from behind by an unknown male who emerged suddenly from a stairwell within the building where the woman lived.

The male proceeded to attempt to disrobe the woman from the coat she was wearing while placing one hand under the woman's skirt, attempting to touch her private parts.

The woman struggled and managed to break free from the lone attacker and screamed for help, causing the male suspect to flee on foot.

In the fifth incident, a 17-year-old female student resident was walking alone on the UBC campus in the 2500 block of West Mall, when she was approached from behind by an unknown male who emerged suddenly from a wooded area.

The male placed his hands around the woman's hips and attempted to drag her into the adjacent wooded area. During this attack the male also ripped the clothing off the woman.

The woman struggled and managed to break free from the lone attacker, and screamed for help, causing the male suspect to flee on foot.

The woman sustained a bruised eye, requiring minor first aid, after being punched in the face by the attacker.

In the sixth incident, a young woman reported that she was attacked while walking alone from Gage Hall on Student Union Boulevard.

She noticed a shadow behind her and was suddenly grabbed from behind. She threatened him and he ran away.

Young man tries to deposit $38,000 in fake cash into his bank account

Piles of cash illustration 
By: Feng Qian

A man was arrested on charges of possessing forged notes after allegedly trying to deposit a large amount of fake cash into his checking account, police in Nigeria said.

The Lagos State Police Department said that they arrested 25-year-old Dare Samuel, after being accused of trying to deposit $38,000 in fake notes into his bank account.

The incident unfolded at a United Bank for Africa Plc branch in Ikeja on Wednesday. The teller who served the suspect, called the police when she noticed that the notes were fake.

Samuel was kept busy by the thoughtful teller until police arrived at the scene. According to the police investigation, Samuel conspired with several others who are still being sought by police.

Samuel was charged with conspiracy to commit a serious crime and possession of counterfeit bills. During his first court appearance, Samuel pleaded not guilty to the charges.

His bail was set at N150,000 ($810).

Fish store owner arrested for displaying his private parts in display window

Fish display illustration 
By: Feng Qian

A store owner in France, was arrested after he displayed more than his merchandise in the display window.

The store owner who was dressed in women’s lingerie, was left with a lot of explaining to do after being arrested for exposing himself to the public through the window of his shop.

According to police, customers got more than they bargained for at a fish store, as fish were not the only things displayed in the window.

Police in the town of Auchel, found the 48-year-old owner jumping around excitedly while wearing a women’s wig and lingerie with fake breasts.

Police determined that the store owner was drunk at the time.

His blood alcohol content level was recorded at 0.1, which is three times the legal limit for driving.

The shopkeeper pleaded guilty to indecent exposure, and explained that he was under a lot of stress stemming from his newly opened fish store.

Police officers in trouble after thief steals their speed camera while sleeping on duty

Speed camera illustration 
By: Chan Yuan

A brazen thief stole an expensive camera from two police officers.

The two traffic police officers in Italy, who fell asleep while on duty, awoke to discover that their expensive speed camera had been stolen.

The officers were supposed to be tracking the speeds of passing cars in Rome on Friday night, when they fell asleep in their car.

The two officers awoke about 2:00 a.m. on Saturday, to find that their speed camera, which stood on a tripod in front of their vehicle, was stolen.

Authorities who investigated the incident, thought that the officers might have been “drugged” by someone who placed sleeping gas in the car’s ventilation system.

However, they concluded that the officers simply dozed off in their car while the heater was on. Their nap proved to be costly as their speed camera was stolen.

The officers are now facing disciplinary proceedings and possible suspension over the incident.

Loyal dog seen chasing after ambulance taking its homeless owner to hospital (video)

The dog with its owner at the hospital 
By: Tanya Malhotra

(Scroll down for video) A loyal dog stayed at its owner side despite being driven away in an ambulance.

The devoted dog was seen chasing the ambulance, carrying its owner to the hospital after suffering a seizure.

The video was recorded on the streets of Brazil, and has gone viral.

The dog was with its homeless owner in Taguatinga, Federal District, when the man suddenly collapsed. Emergency workers were called and they took the man to a local hospital.

As they sped to the nearby hospital with the man, the emergency workers spotted the dog in their rearview mirror. They soon realized that the dog was running after the ambulance as fast as it could so it could to be close to its owner.

After recording the dog for a few minutes, the team finally pulled over and took the dog inside for the rest of the journey to the hospital.

In the hospital, the faithful companion was photographed standing next to the bed of its owner. The dog reportedly remained at its owner’s bedside for the duration of his stay in the hospital.