December 19, 2010 | SeMeN SPeRmS SuPeR SiTe

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    • In August, police said Davis lost control of his bowels while stealing clothes, worth $106.99, from the local J.C. Penney store.
      Authorities said Davis, whose shorts were filled with his own feces, was passed out on the grass, and officers had to wake him up. When police arrived at Westland Mall, 550 S. Gear Ave., Davis’ speech was slurred and the stability in his posture when he stood up was questionable, police said.
      Davis told police he came to the store with a woman he identified as Nena Debard. While police were talking, Davis, who was seated on the grass, threw pills out of his pocket.
      Authorities said the pills were Clonazepam, an anti-anxiety prescription medication. Employees at the department store later told officers Davis was stopped inside for not paying for the merchandise, but they could not take the clothes because they were covered in feces.
      Another group of employees said they noticed the man did not show any reaction when he “lost control” of his bowels in the store.
    • Graffiti abounds in the world around us. It’s visible on almost every conceivable surface, even on some that defy all logic. With the bounty of such material to draw on, graffiti has become a logical focus for many scholars from a variety of different disciplines. Attitudes towards graffiti have a wide variance. Varnedoe and Gopnik (1990) compare art and graffiti in their book. They see graffiti “as a whole is a composite phenomenon, part childish prank, part adult insult” (77). Abel and Buckley (1977) take an entirely different stance. They look at the writing of graffiti as a psychological phenomenon, “a form of communication that is both personal and free of everyday social restraints that normally prevent people from giving uninhibited reign to their thoughts” (3). I have reviewed over a hundred texts on the subject of graffiti and the diversity in viewpoints range from graffiti as amusing (and/or annoying) to graffiti as a significant linguistic event.
    • He didn’t realize he had forgotten to remove the loaded snub nose “baby” Glock pistol from his computer bag. But TSA officers never noticed as his bag glided along the belt and was x-rayed. When he got to his hotel after the three-hour flight, he was shocked to discover the gun traveled unnoticed from Houston.“It’s just impossible to miss it, you know. I mean, this is not a small gun,” Seif told ABC News. “How can you miss it? You cannot miss it.”

    • He was dubbed the “Grim Sleeper,” a serial killer who appeared to go on a three-year killing spree, paused for more than a decade and then began again.But now the police are wondering whether he was sleeping at all.

      The Los Angeles Police Department released on Thursday 180 photographs of women found in the home of Lonnie David Franklin Jr., who is already suspected of killing 10 people in South Los Angeles and dumping their bodies in streets or alleyways.

      They hope the trove of pictures will be seen by people across the country who might recognize a face and help the authorities solve other killings. Mr. Franklin is accused of killing seven black women between 1985 and 1988 and three others between 2002 and 2007. Many of the victims were struggling and involved with drugs.

    • Sheldon Gonzales said he was asleep on his couch Tuesday night when he was suddenly “awakened by a burning sensation in the crotch of his pants,” according to a report from the Broward Sheriff’s Office.Standing over Gonzales was girlfriend Berlinda Dixon-Newbold, cigarette lighter in hand.

      Gonzales quickly realized the bottom of his shirt, which was lying over his crotch, was on fire. He was able to put out the small blaze with his hands, police said.

    • An Akron man suffered severe head injuries after police said he was attacked by his brother, who wielded a crowbar during a fight ignited over a half-eaten piece of fried chicken.
    • A Wisconsin postal carrier says he simply wanted to cheer up a woman on his rounds who seemed “stressed out” when he decided to deliver mail in the buff. But upon further review, the worker told police that delivering mail while completely naked probably wasn’t a good idea.
    • When the victim began arguing with her 44-year-old mother-in-law, the older woman allegedly “grabbed (the victim’s) right breast and began to squeeze and pull on her nipple.” The victim yelled to stop, but her mother-in-law allegedly continued to pull until the younger woman began punching her in the face, according to the police report.The victim then told police she threw her mother-in-law into the yard, but the older woman allegedly kicked in the back door and had to be physically removed again. It was when the victim was putting her
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      mother-in-law’s belongings in the yard that she felt fluid on her breast and realized there was blood on her shirt.

      When she untucked her tank top, her nipple fell on the floor, she told police.

      Thanks Patrick Nybakken.

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