The local news is the best.
Current mood: cheap
Category: cheap News and Politics
We open today with a story about man's best friend - who is not always very bright.
men are recovering from bites after they were attacked by an 85-pound
German shepherd who then bit the tires of the animal control officer's
vehicle when he showed up at the scene."
best bit of the story is who owned the dog - a former animal control
officer, of the same department! We have to wonder if this fellow
retired or was let go for being not very good at, well, at "animal
"...the dog, whose name
is Trouble, leaped over a fence and attacked him. Branch was knocked to
the ground and the dog bit his leg.
Branch called for help, and Crescencia Guitierez heard him, and ran to help. The dog then bit Guitierez on the calf.
The men were able to get away from the dog, and a Gaffney animal control officer was called to the neighborhood.
The officer said when he pulled up, Trouble began attacking the vehicle, biting on the tires.
dog was eventually captured and has been quarantined, but the report
indicated that the dog was healthy, licensed and vaccinated.
Gaffney Animal Control said that the dog belongs to a former officer of the agency."
Briefly, a story of love, and the inevitable attempted homicide.
information received was substantial enough to charge Mary Brooks. He
said that based on their investigation, it was very likely that Brooks
tried to get others to assist her in the crime.
said that several samples of medications have been taken to the State
Law Enforcement Division for analysis. Getting the results of that
analysis is expected to take some time.
SLED is also analyzing a sample of hair from Brooks' husband.
said the apparent cause of the attempted murder was a combination of
ongoing business and domestic -related disputes between Mary Brooks and
her husband. The couple jointly operates a bar/club called Marx Marina
in the Prosperity section of Newberry County."
The lesson here? When going into business with your immortal beloved, keep the books neat and your drinks clear.
The last local story today needs a photo to bring it home.
"Woman Accused Of Knowingly Spreading HIV"
prostitute knowingly exposed her customers to the HIV virus years after
a doctor told her she was infected, police said Tuesday.
said that in August 2007, Christa Elizabeth Coleman, 39, solicited a
police informant and offered to perform a sex act for $10. Officers
said that they watched Coleman get into the car and have a verbal
exchange with the informant. Police pulled over the car, searched
Coleman and arrested her.
showed that Coleman had told in March 2002 that she was infected. There
was a signed statement in the file stating that Coleman had been
informed that she was HIV positive.
The informant in the prior arrest said that Coleman did not tell the informant that she is HIV positive."
Who in their right mind would pay to hook up with such a...
Um, did you say ten dollars? Really?? Lemmee check my piggy bank.
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