Girl, 12, Dead After Kisha Young Makes Her Ride On Top Of Car
CROWLEY, TX – A 12-year-old girl is dead after a woman had her ride on top of her car because she didn’t want the girl’s wet bathing suit messing up the car’s upholstery.
Kisha Young, 38, spent June 17 getting drunk at the Creekside Community Pool with the victim’s mother and their six children between the ages of 8 and 14.
When the group left the pool, Young had the kids ride on top of her Chevy Malibu because their bathing suits were wet.
While taking the 1-minute drive home, four of the children fell off the car as Young drove around a corner. Neither Young or the victim’s mother were aware their load had lightened until some teenagers flagged down their car at the end of the street.
Three of the children were treated at the hospital and later released, but 12-year-old Octavia Watkins was admitted with severe head injuries. She never regained consciousness and was removed from life support last Wednesday.
“She was totally unconscious the whole time, so that was my main concern,” said Albert Garcia who found Watkins in the street. “I know the mom didn’t do this on purpose. She was trying to have fun. But she needed to think this through a little bit more.”
Young was charged with intoxication assault and faces charges of injury to a child and DWI with a child. She’s been released from jail on $110,000 bond. Police say Watkins’ mother may also face charges.
Texas Child Protective Services has removed the other five children from both mothers and have placed them with relatives. A CPS investigation is also underway about future custody of the children.
When police arrived at the couple’s home, Shery’s 68-year-old husbnad was on the front steps holding a bloody towel to his face. Following a blood trail into the home, police found Shery who seemed to be intoxicated.
She told them that her husband had hurt himself after she called police to report he gave a false name to the cable company in an attempt to get free cable installed at the home. She denied hurting her husband or seeing his injury.
Her husband had a different story, claiming Shery got angry with him because he pissed on the bathroom floor. She told him she wanted to “cut him up” before using a cleaver-type knife to slash his throat and face. Afterwards, she told him she hoped he died.
Her husband was taken to the hospital where stitches were needed to treat the cut on his face.
Shery was taken to jail where she is being held on a $5,000 bond. When interviewed in jail, she continued to deny slashing her husband but did say they would find her fingerprints on the knife because she used it to cut meat.
Nathan Stumler Charged With Driving Drunk, Abandoning Child After Crash
LOUISVILLE, KY – I missed this when it was reported on last week, but I just couldn’t pass up the mugshot.
Nathan Stumler has been accused of getting into an accident while driving drunk, then leaving his 7-year-old child crying in the road after he fled the scene.
Officers responding to a report of an intoxicated driver found Stumler’s daughter screaming in the street. They also found Stumler’s still-running vehicle with some fresh damage to the front end.
When officers calmed down the frightened but uninjured girl, she told them that her father had struck something with his vehicle and ran over the curb before parking the car and running away on foot.
She also pointed out the direction her drunk dad had ran, and police were able to locate the 25-year-old a short time later. Police reported that when he was found, Stumler was unsteady on his feet, had slurred speech and smelled like alcohol.
For his attempt at getting out of a DUI charge, Stumler was taken into custody and charged with operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs and first-degree wanton endangerment. Police still haven’t figured out what Stumler hit with his car.
Gilmer County Sheriff Stacy Nicholson said the charges stem from an incident that happened earlier this month inside the bedroom of a cabin at the Coosawattee River Resort. It’s being reported that an 18-year-old girl was sexually assaulted by the three teens during an “out of control” drinking party attended by as many as 27 people. The victim ended up hospitalized for several hours the next day for “substantial” injuries.
Nicholson said the arrests were made after more than 50 interviews — including someone who witnessed the assault, studying forensic evidence, and enlisting the help of sexual assault experts. He went on to say that they were not able to charge the teens with rape because they’d used a foreign object on the victim.
He declined to elaborate when questioned about this, only stating that what happened to the victim was not “true rape” as outlined by the law. However, if the teens are convicted of the aggravated sexual battery charges, they could be looking at life in prison. All three teens have been released from jail after posting $50,000 bond each.
While these three were the only ones charged in relation to the sexual assault, Nicholson said there were many people at the party under the age of 21 who were drinking alcohol, and they plan on charging them all with underage consumption. “Teenagers and alcohol don’t mix. There’s nothing good that can come out of it,” Nicholson said.
Cameo Crispi Jailed After Attempting To Set Fire To Ex’s House With Bacon
Naples, UT — A 31-year-old woman has been arrested after allegedly attempting to burn down her ex-boyfriend’s home by intentionally leaving a pound of bacon burning on a gas stove.
It all started when Cameo Crispi’s ex called police on March 14 to complain that he had received numerous texts and phone calls from her within the range of one hour, and he really wanted her to knock it the fuck off already. He also told police he didn’t want Crispi at his home. Crispi. Heh.
An officer was dispatched to the man’s home and found smoke pouring out the front door. Inside, an “impaired” Crispi.
When the officer stepped inside the man’s home, he noticed a wood stove left open with a fire burning inside and hot coals on the floor around the stove. And on the kitchen stove, claimed the officer, there was a cookie sheet with about a pound of bacon on it. Now, bear with me, people….. this part of the story is extremely difficult for me. I just can’t even imagine the horror that poor officer must have felt at the scene. The burner was on the highest setting and the bacon, well, it was smoking and severely burned. I swear to all that is unholy — this story is going to give me nightmares for months.
The officer was able to douse the flames, but the bacon was apparently destroyed. Inedible.
GUILTY! OFF WITH HER HEAD!
Due to a high alcohol content, about 0.346, officers transported Crispi to the hospital for medical clearance before caging her. While there, a doc questioned her about the alleged arson attempt. Cripsi reportedly admitted that she wanted to get back at her ex by setting his shit on fire. Not sure if the bacon was his or if she purchased it before trying to burn his house down.
In addition to the arson charge, Crispi is also charged with burglary, assault by a prisoner, interfering with an arresting officer, electronic communication harassment and intoxication.
Mother, Aunt Charged After Baby Drinks Six Shots Of Vodka
HOUSTON, TX – The mother and aunt of a 1-year-old girl are both facing charges after the little girl was admitted to the hospital suffering from alcohol poisoning.
On February 8, police were called to a home where a man said his young daughter had been dropped off by his mother and was now unresponsive. When emergency personnel arrived, they found the 1-year-old had turned into Jaded on any given day of the week; moaning, smelling of alcohol and covered in vomit.
The girl was taken to the hospital where it was determined she had suffered alcohol poisoning and a BAC of over .26. The girl’s father told police that she was like that when she’d been dropped off after being cared for by her mother, 17-year-old Shadreon Jefferson and Jefferson’s sister, 24-year-old Shamara Batiste.
When deputies interviewed Jefferson, she told them she’d fallen asleep and woke up to find that Batiste had given the girl about six shots of vodka. Instead of taking the girl to the hospital, they simply dropped the baby girl off at her father’s home to let him deal with it.
Jefferson and Batiste have each been charged with endangering a child. The girl is now in the care of her father and is reportedly doing fine.
Man Accused Of Killing Stepfather With Atomic Wedgie
McCloud, OK – I wasn’t even going to post this because the story is already making the rounds, but I really wanted a “wedgie” tag. A man in Oklahoma is in jail after police accused him of killing his stepfather with a wedgie.
Police say that a few days before Christmas, 33-year-old Brad Davis was drinking with his stepfather, 58-year-old Denver St. Clair. The two men got into a verbal argument after St. Clair began talking shit about Davis’ mother. This altercation turned physical and Davis, a former marine, ended up knocking his stepfather unconscious.
Not satisfied with knocking the man out, Davis took this opportunity to add some insult to injury by giving the defenseless man an atomic wedgie. “His underwear was pulled up over his head and the elastic band was around his throat.” Lt. Jimmy Brewer said. Davis then took some pictures with his cell phone and called 911 to report the incident.
Unfortunately, St. Clair died smelling his own taint. For the first time in 10 years, we have an article about a man who was strangled to death by his own underwear. According to the medical examiner, St. Clair died from a combination of blunt force trauma and asphyxiation.
Davis was arrested and is being held without bond on a charge of first-degree murder. Davis told investigators that he was just acting in self-defense, but police say they’re sure Davis tampered with the crime scene to add some weight to his self-defense claims.
It also doesn’t help Davis that before the fight with St. Clair, he texted a friend saying he was going to hurt his step-father because he had “nothing to lose.”
Here, Now – I know I’m late getting this one posted, but this is last week’s Pulpit of Doom Podcast with myself, Jaded and Athena talking about the top ten stories for that week.
These stories included pit bull shenanigans, starving babies, inbred mutants, penis helicopters, and much, much more. Unfortunately, the guy who ass-raped a woman with his fist was number one for the third week in a row. Luckily, it looks like it has finally fallen down the list and will be gone before tomorrow night’s podcast
I also went on a mini-rant about some of our readers and their hypocritical stance regarding what bad news we should post, and what we shouldn’t. Some do not seem to understand that we simply pick the worst stories we can find. If that means pit bulls mauling people to death or a child being raped and murdered. It’s basic yellow journalism. It’s Schadenfreude. We just don’t have any issues admitting that.
We also stress to our readers that we are not true reflection of society, just a very small percentage of it. None of the writers here feel society is a cesspool where pit bulls crave human blood and there’s a man in your bushes waiting to bugger your children as soon as you take your eyes off them.
Just because we, and 24 hour news, choose to focus on nothing but the bad shit doesn’t mean we’re all in a handbasket speeding down the highway to Hell. From record low crime rates to amazing technological and medical advancements, this is a great time to be alive.
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Pasco Township Police received a 911 call from a home on Friday with no one on the line. However, shouting could be heard as well as a female yelling “you are hurting me.” When police arrived at the home, they found 33-year-old Lewis Atwood with his girlfriend, mother and brother.
According to the report, the family had been decorating the family Christmas tree when a drunken Atwood flew into a jealous rage over finding his brother had a personalized ornament to hang on the tree, but he did not. In response, he began repeatedly punching his 58-year-old mom in the face.
The woman suffered a bloody nose, swollen eye and a swollen lip. As for Atwood, he had minor injuries to his knuckles and hands consistent with drunkenly punching your mother in the face multiple times. Atwood was arrested for domestic violence and booked into the county jail, where he’s being held on a $5000 bond.
I sure hope that woman didn’t toss out Atwood’s widdle banky, or he may return and stab her to death.
Back in June, Breanna Mitchell’s SUV had a flat tire so she pulled over to the side of the road. Hollie Boyles, 52, and her daughter, Shelby Boyles, 21, lived nearby and had came out to help Mitchell. Brian Jennings, 41, was driving by and also stopped to see if he could lend a hand.
Unfortunately for all of them, 16-year-old Ethan Couch was also on the road, driving drunk. He and some of his seven passengers had stolen some beer from a Walmart hours earlier and were speeding when Couch lost control of his truck, left the road and struck Breanna’s SUV.
Breanna, Hollie, Shelby and Brian were not in the road when the collision occurred, but they were all killed on impact and thrown 50 to 60 yards away. One of Couch’s passengers suffered serious injuries while another remains paralyzed and only able to communicate by blinking his eyes.
It would later be revealed that Couch had had a blood-alcohol level three times the legal limit, plus traces of Valium were found in his system. He would eventually plead guilty to four counts of intoxication manslaughter and two counts of intoxication assault causing serious bodily injury.
Breanna Mitchell, Brian Jennings, Hollie Boyles, Shelby Boyles
Prosecutors were asking that Couch spend 20 years in state lockup, stating the teen has consistently remained out of trouble in the past because of his family’s money and letting him off easy was just a continuation of that behavior and put the community at risk. Couch’s attorneys argued the teen needed rehab and had a psychologist testify that the blame for Couch’s actions falls directly on hist parents’ shoulders.
Gary Miller began evaluating Couch after his arrest and testified that Couch was a child of a contentious divorce. His parents argued often and often used Couch as pawn to get their way. You know, like most children of divorce. He went on to say that couch was spoiled by his parents and while his intellectual age was 18, his emotional age was 12.
“He never learned that sometimes you don’t get your way,” Miller said. “He had the cars and he had the money. He had freedoms that no young man would be able to handle.”
One of Couch’s attorneys added that there was no rehabilitation available to Couch if he went to prison, and that his family had agreed to pay for a lengthy stay at a rehabilitation facility that can cost more than $450,000 a year.
State District Judge Jean Boyd agreed with the defense, and to the disbelief of some of the victim’s family members, ordered Couch to receive therapy at the long-term, in-patient facility and serve 10 years probation. No jail unless he violates his probation, at which time he could be sent to prison for 10 years.
She stated that she is familiar with programs available in the Texas juvenile justice system and other teens she’d sentenced there never actually got into any available rehabilitation programs. By sending him to the facility recommended by his attorneys, she figures Couch may just get the help he needs and become a productive member of society.
One of the teen’s two attorneys praised Boyd’s decision, saying Couch could have been released from prison in two years had Boyd granted the prosecutor’s request of 20 years. “She fashioned a sentence that could have him under the thumb of the justice system for the next 10 years,” Scott Brown said.
The Tarrant County assistant district attorney said he was very disappointed with the verdict. “There can be no doubt that he will be in another courthouse one day blaming the lenient treatment he received here,” Richard Alpert said. This is a sentiment echoed by Eric Boyles, who lost both his wife and daughter in the collision.
“Money always seems to keep [the teen] out of trouble,” said Boyles. “Ultimately today, I felt that money did prevail. If [he] had been any other youth, I feel like the circumstances would have been different.”