24-year-old Arielle Engert was pulled over for suspected DUI just before 3 a.m. on Wednesday, August 30th, in Clearwater, Florida. Unfortunately for her, however, this was just the beginning of her problems.

After failing the field sobriety tests and blowing a blood alcohol content over twice the legal limit and then admitting to having a bit of weed in her purse, it seemed she’d do anything to get out of the charges. Well, actually, it was primarily one thing she was offering to do – and she attempted to offer just that – three different times to three different officers. Ariella apparently believed she excelled at the oral arts.


Officer Brian Sudbrink transported her to the county jail and was the first to receive her offer to ‘perform fellatio and other sex acts’ if he’d drop the two misdemeanor charges. He declined. As she was being processed into the facility, a small bag of cocaine was found in her bra. This added charges of possession of narcotics and introduction of contraband into a detention facility, both felonies, to her charges. With the new charges came, you guessed it, two new offers to the two officers booking her – Officer Obed Munoz and Officer Eric Biddle – both of whom also declined.

So…three counts of bribery were added to her two misdemeanors and two felonies, for a total of seven charges in all.

Apparently finding humor in all of this, judging by the smile in her mugshot, Ms. Engert was released after posting $5,150 bond on Tuesday, September 1st. She’s due back in court on September 24th.




Galip Gulmez

Love. It’s what makes a Subaru a Subaru. That’s the slogan the automaker has been using as its slogan for the last four years. It’s not likely, however, that they had in mind the kind 87-year-old Galip Gulmez had in mind.

He was trying to lure kids to his 2011 Subaru with candy. When the kids’ babysitter approached his vehicle near West Neck Beach in Lloyd Harbor at about 2 p.m. on August 10th, she was shocked to discover that he wasn’t wearing any pants. Worse yet, he was masturbating.

She rushed the kids home and told their parents about it. They, in turn, contacted Suffolk County police.

He wasn’t found until August 22nd when a call came in about a suspicious vehicle involved in another incident in town. Police somehow tied him to the previous incident by interviewing the babysitter again after this incident, even though no charges were filed in the latter.

He was arrested at his home on Monday, August 28th, and charged with public lewdness and endangering the welfare of a child. He was arraigned on those charges yesterday.



On Tuesday, August 11th at around 4 a.m., a feline by the name of Cuppy began to attack her owners in their home.

The cat clawed the women whenever they tried walking through the house, ripping one of their nightgowns. The woman said she and her daughter had no choice but to hide in the bedroom and call police.

The woman called 911 and told them they were being held hostage in their own California home by their aggressive cat. The Chula Vista police were able to save the women from their cat. They persuaded Cuppy to leave the house by softly whispering her name. Cuppy was taken to a veterinarian the next day.


44-year-old Michael May from Kentucky has been arrested for digging up his father who had been dead for 30 years. The body was buried in Pilot Baptist Cemetery.

The man, who was intoxicated and drugged up, decided to exhume him in order to argue with him and get to heaven. He was later confronted by a police officer and taken to Lincoln County Regional Jail.

May is set to face a judge in court next week after being charged with possession of marijuana, public intoxication and violating a grave.

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In February, 20-Year-old Josten Bundy from East Texas got into a confrontation with his girlfriend’s ex-boyfriend. During the confrontation, Bundy hit the ex twice, so he filed charges against him.

Then in July when he faced Judge Randall Rogers, he was given an unusual choice for his sentence. He was ordered by the judge to either marry his 19-year-old girlfriend, Elizabeth Jaynes, within 30 days, or spend 15 days in jail for the misdemeanor assault. The marriage choice also included writing Bible verses and undergoing counseling.

Bundy chose to marry his girlfriend instead of spending time in jail.



34-year-old Michael Migani was arrested after he allegedly put his finger in his mouth and then put it into a four-year-old boy’s ear. The little boy was playing with his mother in the waiting room of a business center in Shelton, Connecticut when Migani gave the little boy the ‘wet willy’.

When the child’s mother and the staff confronted him about the act he fled in his vehicle, but was soon stopped and arrested by police. This might be the first ever criminal record of a ‘wet willy’.

Migani has been charged with second-degree breach of peace and second-degree reckless endangerment for the act.

He was released on a $500 bond and is expected to appear in court on August 19th.



A photo of a man who hid on a roof while police searched for him has gone viral.


The domestic abuse suspect crawled out onto the roof of the blue-shingled home in the 600 block of Lafayette Avenue NE in Grand Rapids, Michigan, while police combed the house looking for him on July 31st.

Someone across the street snapped the photo of police fruitlessly searching for the roof-riding suspect and posted it online to Reddit.


Edward Martin (above) was finally found and arrested.