Local police department when he waited four days to place a call informing them that his dog had dragged home a human leg – which he simply buried in his backyard. Bill Flowers says that the leg, which appeared to be severed just below the buttocks, was in pretty good shape – other than the fact that it was no longer attached to its original owner. He quickly disposed of the limb and didn’t say anything about it until his daughter came to visit and told him he really ought to contact authorities. Flowers says he buried the leg because he was “afraid and didn’t want to have to go to the pen for something [he] didn’t do.” Cops strapped a GPS to his dog, Liberty, and ended up finding more remains, which have yet to be identified.
Police are still not exactly sure what Richard Blankenship was trying to accomplish by mooning people along side a roadway. Motorists called to report a man with a bare bottom standing on a traffic median and yelling “strange things.” According to a second caller, Blankenship was running in and out of traffic and almost got clipped by a vehicle. Blankenship, 30, was booked into Fremont Jail Wednesday night and released on Thursday after he slept and sobered up
A Cleveland man learned a hard lesson about keeping it in his pants when he lost them altogether to the gun-wielding brother of a woman he’d been sexting with. The victim, whose name was not released, had been getting cyber-hot and cyber-heavy with the woman, who told him to come over for the real deal – but when she opened the door, she was with a man holding a gun. The other man, who the victim recognized as the hottie’s brother, told him to strip off his pants and hand over his car keys. He did as told, and the man with the gun warned, “Leave before I change my mind and kill you.” The victim ran down the street bottomless and called cops from a nearby flower shop.