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An Arizona man made a bizarre choice during a police chase Wednesday night, where he was the suspect in an aggravated domestic violence case; he stopped by an In-N-Out Burger’s drive-thru.

35-year-old Joshua Adkins appeared to order food, but then drove away without picking it up and got out of his truck a short time later. He then ran into a backyard and tried to get into a house through a back door.

When he couldn’t get in, he surrendered to police and was taken into custody.

He was charged with unlawful flight from law enforcement, aggravated assault-domestic violence, and unlawful imprisonment.

 

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A Washington, D.C. Uber driver stands accused of kidnapping and assaulting a female passenger who’d blacked out at a bar.

28-year-old Westagne Pierre is believed to have picked up the victim on the night of October 18th, and instead of dropping her off at her home, drove her to a Budget Inn.

He’d checked into the hotel using his real information and carried her to the hotel room. He then allegedly left the room and used the victim’s credit card to make a $14 purchase at a nearby 7-Eleven.

Surveillance video from the hotel shows him going into the lobby and paying for a room.

Mr. Pierre claims the victim consented to going to the hotel.

He was arrested Thursday on charges of kidnapping, assault, and using the victim’s credit card.

He was released after paying a $250 bond. It had originally been $150,000.

Uber removed him from the app when the victim reported him on October 19th.

 

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A Florida man who was already in police custody on an earlier-in-the-day domestic violence charge, decided to keep an eye out for more trouble.

54-year-old Edward Dorsey was arrested Sunday morning for allegedly hitting his wife during an argument in their home. It’s believed that drugs and alcohol played a part in that spat.

After that misdemeanor charge, he was transported to the Largo Medical Center for an unspecified treatment.

While in the emergency room, he took out his glass eye and threw it at the ER doctor and nurse.

He was told by both a cop and hospital staff not to even remove the eye, but declared, “I can do whatever I feel like doing.”

The flying eye doesn’t appear to have caused any injuries and its unclear if it even hit anyone.

Mr. Dorsey was charged with battery on an emergency medical care provider and was booked into the county jail on a $30,000 bond.

 

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A Florida man with a penchant for breaking the law bit off a chunk of his boyfriend’s ear during a spat Friday morning.

31-year-old Bruce Tolbert and his boyfriend of two years got physical (in the bad way) at a home, and pulled a Mike Tyson on the victim.

Officer Max McDonald, while on the scene, noted “a portion of the victim’s left ear was missing.” The chunk of lobe “remained on the ground at the scene of the incident,” he said in his report.

Mr. Tolbert was arrested for aggravated domestic battery and is now being held in the Pinellas County jail in lieu of $50,000 bond.

He’s been ordered to have no contact with the victim.

His priors include multiple arrests and convictions for grand theft, robbery, and carjacking.

 

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A Florida woman has been taken into custody after breaking her mother’s leg during a heated argument Tuesday.

41-year-old Shanna Burnett got into a physical fight with two people at a home when someone made a comment about “employment opportunities”.

She punched one 66-year-old victim in the face, then threw her 64-year-old mother, who was trying to break up the fight, to the ground by her neck, breaking her right leg.

That broken leg, according to doctors will require surgery to repair.

Ms. Burnett left before authorities arrived that Tuesday night, but was found and arrested at the home Thursday afternoon.

She’s been charged with felony domestic battery and battery on a person 65 years of age or older.

She remains held in the Okaloosa County Jail.

 

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A Tennessee man beat his mother in the head with a hockey stick when she didn’t have enough in her bank account to cover his Taco Bell purchase.

22-year-old Logan Badgley was arguing with his mother Saturday evening because he wanted her debit card to go get some Taco Bell. She told him there wasn’t any money in the account, and he chose to take it anyway and head to the fast food restaurant.

He soon returned home incensed at the fact that he couldn’t buy his food. He grabbed a hockey stick and struck her on the left side of her head, knocking her to the ground unconscious.

He told authorities that he’d had some alcohol and essentially refused to give his side of the story.

He’s been charged with aggravated assault, a felony, and booked into the Shelby County jail Saturday night on a $5000 bond.

He’s due in court on November 1st.

 

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An Idaho man threatened his black neighbor with knives and said that he wanted to “cut some n****r” this past Friday.

38-year-old Christopher Gauthier used the same slur again after being arrested.

He’d started out by terrorizing the man’s kids, then focused on their father.

The shocked neighbor had put his children in the car before going back into the house to get something. When he came back, the kids were crying.

One of his daughters told him that Mr. Gauthier made a “scary face” at them and took the keys out of the ignition and took those keys to his own apartment.

Cops couldn’t get Gauthier to open his door. When the victim had tried to get his keys back, the suspect had threatened him.

Cops returned later and took him into custody.

He’s been charged with malicious harassment and burglary.

 

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A Tennessee man turned violent on a convenience store clerk while demanding his money back for “bad chicken.”

60-year-old David Haslet, seen in security footage video from the ExxonMobil gas station where it happened, told cops that he’d been sold bad chicken by the clerk on Friday night.

He ran up to the worker, who was sweeping the ground around the gas pumps, and chased him with the knife.

The worker tripped to the ground just a few feet away while trying to get to safety. Mr. Haslett then stood over him making stabbing motions toward the clerk’s leg before another employee pushed him away.

Other staff members kept him off until cops arrived at about 11:15 p.m., using the spray from a fire extinguisher on him. Cops found him standing in the road with the knife in his hand. He surrendered to them.

The victim suffered a stab wound to the lower half of one of his legs. He was transported to a nearby hospital in critical condition.

Mr. Haslett has been charged with aggravated assault, and remains in custody on a $40,000 bond.

 

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Two Wisconsin men purportedly “tired of living under the infidel’s system” have been arrested for trying to join ISIS. Their intent was to travel through Mexico to Syria.

35-year-old Jason Ludke (left) and 30-year-old Yosvany Padilla-Conde (right) revealed their plans to join the merciless Islamic State organization in multiple emails and Facebook conversations sent to what turned out to be an undercover FBI agent.

In a video that was sent to the agent on October 1st, both men pledged their allegiance to ISIS leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi, and said they wanted to reach paradise by fighting for the brutal group.

Mr. Ludke told authorities that the plan was to get passports for Arab countries in Mexico, then travel to Yemen where he and Mr. Padilla-Conde would study Arabic. They would then have traveled to Syria where they would join ISIS.

Ludke was the most insistent on traveling to Syria after converting to Islam in 2003. He often spoke about wanting to take part in jihad. Padilla-Conde, ironically, told investigators that he’d tried to talk his friend out of the idea, but finally agreed to travel to the volatile country after losing his job and an imminent eviction from his apartment.

They were arrested near San Angelo, Texas as they were on their way to the Mexican border.

Ludke is a registered sex offender after a 2002 conviction for second-degree sexual assault of a child, and was also convicted of sending a death threat to a judge in 2009.

They’re both looking at up to 20 years in prison if convicted.

 

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A New York woman has been arrested after she allegedly beat her husband with a wooden plaque of Jesus and threatened cops with a tree branch.

Laura Fraley was taken into custody after her husband fled their home Saturday and called 911.

When troopers arrived, they found her out in front of the house waving an eight-foot tree branch.

When she refused to put it down, they used a stun gun on her and arrested her.

The couple were fighting because she wanted him to convert to the Mormonism and he simply didn’t want to.

According to cops, Mrs. Fraley says she hit her husband with the plaque because he was the devil.

 

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A South Dakota man has been arrested after he’s alleged to have sat on a woman and cut her nipples off with a pair of scissors during an argument.

45-year-old Tony Ledbetter was arguing with his ex-girlfriend about something to do with their relationship when he punched her and slammed her head into the ground.

Police spokesman Sam Clemens said Wednesday.

The 39-year-old woman told authorities that he’d tried to stop her from screaming by putting his forearm against her throat and stuffing a blanket in her mouth.

He then grabbed a pair of scissors, sat on her, and cut off her nipples. She broke free soon after and tried to find help.

The victim has been hospitalized, but her condition has yet to be released.

Ledbetter, himself, called 911 after the incident.

He has priors, including simple assault in 2013, as well dropped charges of as stalking and domestic assault.

He was charged Thursday with domestic aggravated assault.

A judge entered a not guilty plea on his behalf, and set a cash only bond of $250,000.

 

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A Florida man was arrested after he slapped his girlfriend across the face with a sex toy.

34-year-old Micah Norman was taken into custody this past Saturday evening after an argument with his girlfriend.

He and the 29-year-old victim were reported to have been arguing at about 10:20 p.m. when he grabbed her and shook her before he, according to a sheriff’s deputy, “struck the victim in the face with a sex toy.”

He was charged with misdemeanor domestic battery and booked into the county jail. He’s been ordered to have no contact with the victim.

He remains in custody in lieu of $200.

He has priors, including drunk driving, battery on a law enforcement officer, disorderly intoxication, and resisting arrest.

The report doesn’t indicate the type of sex toy used in the assault, nor was any sexual weapon seized by cops.

 

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A Florida father threw out his adult son’s Legos and it triggered a fight.

46-year-old Nicholas Melice, Sr. had been arguing with 19-year-old Nicholas Melice, Jr. around 11 p.m. on October 4th when cops were called.

It turned into fisticuffs and shoves, leaving both men with scratches.

The cop couldn’t determine the so-called primary aggressor, so arrested both. And both wanted to press charges on the other.

The two were booked into jail and charged with misdemeanor battery.

 

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A Florida woman and her fiancé got into a squabble over group sex this past Saturday, and the two of them exchanged blows before things got more serious.

19-year-old Kelci Perkins and her beau, Michael McCabe, were having a disagreement whilst drinking at a home, and Ms. Perkins punched her husband-to-be right in the lip. He responded by punching her in the eye.

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After their melee, the couple walked home. Once they got there, the argument continued.

It escalated when Ms. Perkins went to the kitchen and got a knife which she proceeded to plunge into his arm five times.

The couple, together for three years, is still, as far as Mr. McCabe’s social media shows, engaged.

Kelci Perkins was taken into custody and charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon.

She was taken to the county jail and remains there in lieu of $20,000 bond.

She’s been ordered to have no contact with the victim…which may make a marriage quite complicated.

 

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A woman in West Virginia is now behind bars after she’s alleged to have chosen her boyfriend’s eye to extinguish a cigarette during an argument Monday.

39-year-old Cindy Jean Underwood was arrested after cops responded to a call about destruction of property and saw the victim’s condition.

He’d told the cops that he didn’t have sight in his eye, according to the report, so the officers called an ambulance to transport him to a hospital.

Ms. Underwood was taken into custody on a charge of malicious wounding; a felony, and bail was set at $10,000.

She’s being held at the South Central Regional Jail with her preliminary hearing set for September 22nd.

 

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An Alabama man and woman have been arrested for forcing the pole to a bird feeder, as well as a garden hose, into their roommate’s rectum. Yes, they’d all been drinking…but still.

On Tuesday, September 13th, after the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office learned that a man was hospitalized with severe injuries to his rectum and colon, an investigation was started.

It was on September 3rd that the victim had been drinking on the front porch with 34-year-old Dustin Lee Bragg and 49-year-old Barbie Gordon Vaughn.

The victim then fell off of the porch and onto a bird feeder mounted on a pole. He and the pole-with-a-bird-feeder went tumbling to the ground and into some dog feces. The victim removed his clothes off to clean himself up.

During that time, Mr. Bragg, a registered sex offender previously convicted of raping a 10-year-old girl, and Ms. Vaughn used the metal bird feeder pole and a garden hose to sodomize the victim, causing severe internal injuries.

The victim didn’t get medical attention for six long days. It wasn’t until September 9th that he had a relative take him in to be seen.

The victim and his wife had been homeless and were paying $400 to rent a spare room at the home.

They’d only been in the home for a few days when the incident occurred. The victim’s wife wasn’t home at the time.

While searching the home, investigators found the garden hose with the end cut off, but haven’t recovered the pole.

Both suspects are being held in the Calhoun County Jail on charges of sexual torture.

Their court dates and bonds haven’t been set yet.

Investigators haven’t ruled out additional charges.

The victim remains in the hospital in critical condition.

According to Chief Deputy Matthew Wade, “He may very well die.”

 

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An Iowa man assaulted his girlfriend with a hammer Friday evening after she purportedly refused to let him tattoo his name onto her chest.

28-year-old Jonathan Michael Boggs was planning to give a chest tattoo to a woman he’d been in a relationship with for over a month, and told her he wanted that tattoo to be his name. She told him no, and an argument started.

The woman then attempted to leave the house “several times,” according to documents, but Mr. Boggs stopped her, grabbed a hammer, and threatened to kill her before striking her with it.

Authorities were called to the home at around 6:30 p.m. to meet with the victim. Cops found the perpetrator on the front porch with the hammer sitting at his feet.

He was charged with aggravated domestic assault and going armed with intent.

He’s currently being held in the Woodbury County Jail on a $10,000 bond.

He’s due in court on September 13th.

 

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A Florida woman has been arrested after putting a cigarette out on her roommate’s left breast during a move-out dispute.

On August 23rd, 36-year-old Heather G. Rockefeller had her belongings being collected and taken outside to be set on her car by a group of women.

The alleged victim told cops that Ms. Rockefeller then came out of the residence with a handful of clothes and a lit cigarette in her hand. She says that the suspect told her goodbye, then leaned over and burned her with the cigarette on the upper left breast area.

The cop saw the burn and determined it was consistent with a cigarette.

Rockefeller was charged with aggravated battery causing great harm, and is due in court on October 5th.

 

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A South Carolina teen, who’s on probation, assaulted a 5-year-old girl on a school bus, but the school’s superintendent has been defending the behavior as normal.

The girl’s father, Terry Peters, says he noticed a mark on his daughter’s face when he’d picked her up from the school bus last week.

“People came out and they began to state to me that she got slapped on the school bus,” he told a local news station. “I’m very upset, I’m mad.”

Surveillance footage showed 17-year-old Tavon Walters use another student’s hand to hit 5-year-old Jasmine Peters on the right side of her face.

“He had reached over that seat and he was telling another girl that ‘if you don’t hit her then I’m going to hit her for you,’” Mr.Peters said.

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Phyllis Schwarting, the Bamberg District superintendent, gave all impressions of defending the assault by saying, “The behavior on the bus was not any more abnormal than most buses.”

School officials then tried claiming that Walters wasn’t responsible for the marks on the girl’s face because they were on the wrong side of her face compared to what’s shown in the video.

The explanation rang clearly to most; that the photo had been flipped horizontally.

 

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An Oklahoma mother has been arrested after shooting a man she found in her 16-year-old daughter’s bedroom. Her daughter said he was her boyfriend.

34-year-old Valerie Fowler apparently went postal after finding the unnamed 31-year-old man, and grabbed her gun to rectify the matter.

The “victim” was treated at the scene and then airlifted to Oklahoma City Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

She’s been charged with assault and battery with a deadly weapon.

 

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A Florida man has been arrested for attempted murder and various other charges after he allegedly stabbed his nephew at least three times.

Early in the afternoon on Tuesday, Bryan Hartsburg is said to have started yelling at 18-year-old Taylor Hartsburg for taking his beer out of the refrigerator.

Knowing his uncle’s violent tendencies, he simply left the room. But the elder Hartsburg forced his way into that room and was wielding a black kitchen knife.

He then stabbed his nephew at least three times, in the head, the side of his stomach, and his back.

An unnamed witness then tried to call 911, but the enraged man ripped the cord out of the wall. He also took that witness’s cell phone while saying he was joking and the teen would be okay.

The bleeding victim ran to a neighbor’s home to call for help.

He was airlifted to a hospital for treatment.

Bryan Hartsburg was taken into custody around midnight the next day. He’d actually flagged down a sheriff’s deputy and told him he was tired of running.

He was charged with first-degree attempted murder, tampering with a witness, and selling or giving alcohol to a person under 21 years old.

 

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Famous rapper and bad boy Chris Brown has been arrested for assault with a deadly weapon; a felony.

Brown is alleged to have pulled a gun on a woman, identified as Baylee Curran, after an argument at his home Tuesday. She says the argument was over jewelry.

She filed a police report and police got a search warrant.

Brown then locked himself inside the home as police aplenty surrounded the place.

While he was holed up in his house, he threw a duffel bag out of a window that held drugs and two guns.

 

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A Pennsylvania woman stabbed her husband with a pair of scissors and bit him several times for drinking her beer, Sunday.

Tracey Lee Giffin told the victim, Joseph Giffin, that she was going to bed, but then got out of bed angry because he’d finished her beer.

Mrs.Giffin has been arrested and charged numerousl times in the past for harassment, assault and fighting.

 

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A New York woman has been arrested after beating up her 90-year-old husband. She also fought with a deputy, which lead to him being sent to the hospital.

72-year-old Darlene Stolaruk was taken into custody because of a call they received for an assault Thursday. The incident occurred at Star Bat Inc. Leasing, a business she shares with her husband.

When a deputy attempted to take her into custody, she resisted. She and the law enforcement officer then fell to the ground, according to Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard.

“They lost their footing and she landed on his shoulder, which caused a shoulder injury,” Bouchard said.

“It could have been potentially assault and battery or some kind of domestic violence charge but when you escalate it and resist arrest,” he said. “And the officer in this case gets injured, now you have escalated the potential charges.

She’s since been released on bond.

The business she and her husband shared was closed.

 

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Meet Emma Wiley.

A Massachusetts college woman has been arrested after biting off the ear of rookie female officer Jessica Rondinelli, who was trying to place her into a squad car after a brawl early Sunday outside of a bar.

Officers responding to a 911 call about a fight in progress, according to a Salem Police Department report, found Ms. Wiley and another woman scrapping as a crowd of over 100 people walked around.

She had a fistful of the other woman’s hair and was trying to throw her to the ground. She was was also “screaming uncontrollably,” according to the same report.

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After officers separated the tangling pair and started taking the enraged collegiate to a police cruiser, the criminal justice major from Salem State University yelled, “I’ll fucking kill you all. Don’t fucking touch me!”

As officers struggled to get her inside the car, she lunged at the face of the officer and “grabbed a hold of Officer Rondinelli’s right ear in her teeth and refused to let go.” The bitten officer then yelled, “She has my ear!”

Ms. Wiley released her bite when the 27-year-old victim in blue gouged her in the eye.

“She bit my ear off,” she told fellow officers. Her right ear was bleeding and had a “jagged chunk missing from the top of it”.

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Officers found a piece of the officer’s ear in the rear area of the car used to transport the unruly perp to the Salem police station.

An officer “quickly put the piece in a plastic bag” and took it to the hospital where Rondinelli was being treated.

Unfortunately, Rondinelli was told by a doctor that, “due to the risk of infection and the nature in which her ear had been disfigured, it was unlikely that attaching the bitten-off piece was possible, and that her ear was going to be permanently marred,” according to the report.

Emma Wiley was charged with several crimes, including mayhem, aggravated assault, assault and battery on a police officer, and making threats to kill.

She pleaded not guilty to the charges and was ordered held without bail.

 

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A Florida woman repeatedly kicked her boyfriend in the face after he refused to have sex with her.

34-year-old Jennifer Furguson, at 6:30 in the morning Wednesday, wanted to have relations with her boyfriend in their home.

The victim, who’s been in a relationship with her for two years, told cops that “Jennifer became upset at him when he refused to have sex with her this morning.”

After being turned down, she started kicking him in the face “while he was laying on the bed,” according to the arrest affidavit. Officers noted that he had “significant swelling to his right cheek bone and redness to his left cheek bone.”

Ms. Furguson was taken into custody for battery, a misdemeanor, and booked into the county jail. She remains there in lieu of a $500 bond.

She’s scheduled to be arraigned on August 25th.

 

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A Florida couple were arrested for beating up the man’s grandmother after she refused to drive them home so they could have sex.

25-year-old Michael Rubio and 27-year-old Jacquelyn Carrasquillo were taken into custody Thursday after, according to the arrest affidavit, the grandmother stopped the car during the argument, and got out to walk home.

Rubio and his girlfriend then went after her, striking her in the body and face before throwing her to the ground.

The couple fled the scene, but were soon caught.

They’re both being held on multiple charges, including battery on a person over the age of 65.

 

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A Georgia man was arrested after flying into a rage on his wife, all because she made his grilled cheese sandwich “too cheesy”.

55-year-old James De Paola started “shouting and cursing” at his wife during an argument this past Wednesday in their home.

He became upset with his spouse, 51-year-old Michelle De Paola, for “using three slices of cheese in a grilled cheese sandwich.”

He claims he’d told her that she “could make a grilled cheese sandwich with two pieces of cheese instead of three.”

His wife told investigators that he was yelling and spit in her face, adding that he has a history of violent/abusive behavior,” which resulted in a prior arrest and a restraining order being issued against him.

During the incident, the victim told their nine-year-old daughter to call 911, but the enraged suspect pulled the phone cord from the wall and slammed the phone on the ground.

Their 12-year-old daughter then grabbed her mom’s cell phone to call the cops.

He was subsequently arrested on charges of obstruction of a 911 call, criminal trespassing and damage to property; both of which are misdemeanors.

He was jailed and spent several days in the county jail before his release on August 1st on a $2000 bond.

 

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An elderly Florida man’s passionate backing of Donald Trump for President didn’t mesh too well with his wife’s equal passion for Hillary Clinton.

78-year-old Lawrence Littman threw his 73-year-old wife Elvia to the floor during the melee.

The victim called 911 and told responding deputies that during the argument, her husband “called her many derogatory names then grabbed her wrist and threw her on a chair in the bedroom.”

She says she then went into a bedroom on the other side of the house to get away from her husband of 20 years. He then “followed her, grabbed her by the arm again, and slung her to the ground.” She says that she “hurt her butt/backside when she hit the ground.”

Mr. Littman told investigators that they’d been arguing about politics when his wife “tried to slap him in the face,” so he “shoved her back and she slipped and fell to the ground.”

He was taken into custody and charged with battery on a person over 65; a felony.

He pleaded not guilty and was freed on a $500 bond. In the meantime, he’s been ordered to have no contact with his wife.

 

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An Ohio man, in another case of pizza rolls making an appearance during a dispute, brandished a three-foot sword when his former roommate tried to take a package of the frozen snack food with him as he vacated the apartment on Sunday afternoon.

21-year-old Travis Vartorella purportedly pulled the intimidating weapon on 20-year-old Trystan Mesenburg, who was gathering the last of his belongings.

The victim told authorities that after showing up with his girlfriend to get his things, Vartorella “came out from around the corner” with a three-foot sword “as I grabbed my pizza rolls”.

Mr. Vartorella vehemently claimed ownership of the bag of delicacies and insisted that that Mesenburg “leave his fucking pizza rolls alone”.

The victim and his girlfriend fled the apartment and called 911. Arriving officers said that the couple was “visibly shaken” as they told them what happened.

Vartorella was arrested, and four “edged weapons” were seized from the closet in his bedroom, including a six-foot samurai sword, a machete, and the sword he’d been holding when he’d confronted Mesenburg.

Mr. Vartorella has been charged with misdemeanor aggravated menacing and booked into the Huron County jail.

He was later released on bond.

Mesenburg and his girlfriend got temporary restraining orders against him.

It turns out Vartorella is also a registered sex offender, stemming from a 2015 felony conviction of providing obscene material to a 13-year-old girl he’d met online.

He was sentenced to four years probation and warned that he’d serve two years in state prison if he violated the terms.