Saturday, May 17, 2014

Just When You Thought You Heard It All News (5-24-2014)

Like notorious funk legend Rick James once said, "Cocaine is a hell of a drug!"

 A 43-year-old Anchor Point man is expected to make a full recovery after initially treating a gunshot wound to the head for five days with an antibiotic ointment.

Alaska State Troopers say the gun went off as James Doppler was handling it last weekend. Troopers say his girlfriend urged him to go the hospital but he refused, believing at the time he didn't need outside help to tend the wound.

However, in the following days, troopers say he began experiencing symptoms associated with a head wound. Agency spokeswoman Beth Ipsen in an email declined to detail the symptoms, because of health privacy laws, but said it was a "serious, but non-life threatening" wound.

The symptoms prompted him to seek treatment at the Homer hospital, where troopers took a report.

Awwwe, come on. This guy had to be on Coke, meth, crack, or some kind of narcotic!

SIDE BAR:.....Oh my!!!!

A middle school teacher in Humble, Texas has been charged with DWI after authorities said she was swerving all over the road while she was on the way to teach class........But.....wait for it.....
Driving drunk shows that she has no class ! Rim shot !

Investigators say Patricia Almond, 48, even grazed a highway retaining wall on southbound Highway 59 before they pulled her over shortly before 8 a.m. on a Thursday morning.

Investigators said Almond was disoriented with bloodshot eyes, smelled of alcohol and was swaying from side to side.

Almond was arrested on suspicion of DWI, but the charges haven't stopped her from teaching class. She has began teaching class while leaning against her desk to keep herself from falling. PROBABLY.

The Humble Independent School System released this statement about the arrest:

“The incident is being addressed through the court system, as it happened off campus, outside of school hours, and did not involve students. Human Resources will be reviewing the police report and then meeting with the staff member to discuss options.”

Parents at Timberwood Middle School, where Almond teaches art and drama are concerned about the arrest.

“That is very unfortunate; especially that she was on her way to school. Thekiddos are young and impressionable", said Beth Birge.

Some people like coke with a slice of pizza. But most don't like to snort it up their noses..........

A dumb son and a dumber father face drug charges after police said they sold powder cocaine from their Moline, Illinois pizzeria.

Police searched Adriana's Pizzeria and two residences May 14, and arrested 44-year-old David A. Curtner, Sr. and his son, 22-year-old David A. Curtner, Jr. The men face charges of possession with intent to deliver cocaine.

Investigators said they kept an eye on the shop because a lot of people visiting the business walked away without pizza. 

"They weren't coming-out
 with pizzas," Kevin Winslow, Quad City Metropolitan Enforcement Group director, told the Quad-City Times. Winslow also said that drug dealing at the pizza parlor got so brazen that investigators witnessed transactions conducted out in the open. 

The Curtners were described by Winslow as mid-level dealers who had peddled coke from their pizzeria for two to three years. 

The suspects also sold cocaine at nearby bars, police said.

The investigation was launched after police heard complaints from neighbors. Vicki Pearson, who owns a bookstore and gift shop across the street from the pizzeria, said that she'd heard rumors about the drug deals.

"Well, it was good pizza, darn it," Pearson told the station. "But as far as running drugs, that's terrible. I don't want that across the street from my business."

Both suspects were held at Rock Island County Jail.


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