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THE NEW NORMAL Wednesday, August 20
The ubiquitous "sexting" phenomenon continues to flourish. A Washington state agency suspended the license of anesthesiologist Arthur Zilberstein in June after finding that he exchanged sexually explicit text messages — during surgeries. When he …
OOPS … DAMN Wednesday, July 30
Moshood Itabiyi, 22, was arrested in a traffic stop in July shortly after allegedly robbing Barnum, Minnesota's Northview Bank. His dream of a quick getaway vanished when he saw that he'd locked his keys in the car. He burglarized a nearby house for …
ROAD RAGE? ROAD MURDER Wednesday, August 27
German truck driver Michael Harry K., 58, went to trial in August in Wuerzburg, Bavaria, charged with firing a gun toward drivers more than 700 times in five years, displeased with their poor road habits. He never actually hit anyone (but police …
OOPS … DAMN PT. II Wednesday, July 30
Three teens, ages 13, 14 and 15, were charged with attempted burglary in St. Petersburg, Florida, in July when, as they were serial-testing parked cars' doors to find an unlocked one, they happened to inattentively open the door of an unmarked …
IMMATURE Wednesday, August 27
Princeton University professor John Mulvey, 67 (who teaches financial engineering applications), was charged in July with stealing 21 yard signs around the town of Princeton — signs for a computer repair business owned by a man with whom he was …
SMALL CHANGE Wednesday, July 30
The surveillance video in evidence in England's Wolverhampton Crown Court in July captured the entire caper of two young men failing to open a parking lot's ATM five months earlier. Wearing hoods, they tried to batter the secure machine open, then …
FORE! Wednesday, August 27
Nathan McCoy, 21, sought by police near Boise, Idaho, in July on a probation violation, took off running, forcing officers to chase him onto the Eagle Hills Golf Course. McCoy sought "refuge" in a pond, standing waist-deep as deputies tried to coax …
BAD SAMARITAN! Wednesday, July 30
Roy Ortiz hired a lawyer in March and said he was considering suing the first responders who rescued him during the historic September 2013 flooding around Broomfield, Colorado, because they didn't find him fast enough when his car plunged into …
THE NEW NORMAL Wednesday, August 27
In 2010, the village of West Lafayette, Ohio, barred residents from keeping fowl and farm animals, but Iraq war veteran Darin Welker, 36, believes his post-war depression and trauma are unusually well-assisted now that he has befriended 14 pet ducks …
HUH? Wednesday, July 30
In March, Houston sheriff's deputy Brady Pullen filed a lawsuit against the grieving family of a delusional man he was forced to shoot and kill during a 2012 emergency call — because Pullen had been injured in the skirmish and believes the family …
 
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