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Hooch Wrote:Chicks have the right to remain silent, they just don't have the know-how

Amen.

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A Bridgeport man with a creepy fascination with a fetish film pleaded not guilty Tuesday to a bizarre and disturbing crime. He is accused of kidnapping two women and forcing them to dress like they were going to a prom before sexually assaulting them, Bridgeport police said.

Joshua Gonzalez, 27, of Bridgeport forced two 22-year-old Fairfield women into his apartment at gunpoint on a Sunday night in July, ordered them to put on prom dresses and nylon stockings, and told them he was recreating a scene from the fetish movie "The Stocking Secret," police said.

The women protested, so Gonzalez handed them a black book and told them to write their complaints in it, the Connecticut Post reports. Then, he turned it into an even scarier situation when he handed several bullets to one of the woman and told her to hold them, the newspaper reports.

Gonzalez forced the women to lie on either side of him and fondle him while he touched them before letting them go, he said.

He was arrested Monday, charged with kidnapping, sexual assault and gun charges, arraigned Tuesday in Bridgeport Superior Court and ordered held on $600,000 bail.

His lawyer declined comment Tuesday and the case was continued to Sept. 15.

From NBC.com http://www.nbcconnecticut.com/news/local...Cops-.html


what a twat, he let them go??
ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - An Albuquerque man faces indecent exposure charges after police say children saw him simulating a sex act with his car in a grocery store parking lot.

Danny Brawner, 46, was indicted on two counts of aggravated indecent exposure and one count of indecent exposure for the July 28 incident in the parking lot of the Smith's Food and Drug store on 101 Coors Blvd. NW, according to a news release from Bernalillo County District Attorney Kari Brandenburg's office.

Witnesses told police they saw Brawner "humping" his car's trunk while swinging his arms in the air and shouting. His pants were around his ankles, witnesses said.

An officer said he found Brawner asleep next to his car. The officer woke him up and arrested him. The officer said Brawner appeared to be intoxicated.

Two children saw the alleged sex act, which is why Brawner faces the aggravated indecent exposure charges. They're fourth-degree felonies.
If convicted on all counts, Brawner could be sentenced to serve up to four years in prison and attend mandatory counseling.

If convicted of the aggravated indecent exposure charge, under New Mexico law, Brawner would have to register as a sex offender.

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http://www.krqe.com/dpp/news/crime/crime...0908131357

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at least he didn't drink and drive..
[SIZE="3"]Robber returned, asked victim for date[/SIZE]

[SIZE="1"]The Associated Press[/SIZE]

COLUMBUS, Ohio - A robbery suspect was arrested when he returned to the scene of the crime to ask the victim out on a date, police said.

Columbus police allege that Stephfon Bennett, 20, was among three men who robbed a couple late Sunday.

Sgt. Sean Laird said the woman recognized Bennett as one of the robbers when he returned to ask her out about two hours later. She had a relative call 911.

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that story needs some pics......
Which part of "Robbed a Couple" did this guy miss?

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some chicks are into that... or not.
FORT SMITH, Ark. (AP) — Two Oklahoma men have been arrested for allegedly playing a pornographic DVD on display televisions at a Fort Smith Walmart.

Sebastian County jail records show 20-year-olds Cody Allen Sexton and Kenny Dean Andrews — both of Muldrow — were arrested on a felony obscenity complaint.

Police say the two put the pornographic DVD into a player that was connected to six televisions on Sept. 3. The DVD was removed after a customer notified a store manager.

It wasn't clear whether the two have an attorney. Police Sgt. Levi Risley says the two thought they were just pulling a prank.
That's just funny right there, I don't care who you are :lol: