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Moron of the week
The Hawks arrested four people implicated in a 419 scam at the weekend after they allegedly held a US woman hostage for nearly a month, an official said on Monday.

"Police believe the four lured the US citizen with a promise that she had won $1.06m (R8m)," Hawks spokesperson Musa Zondi said.

The gang started scamming her last year and fleeced $60 000 from her between April and July.

"After July, the communication went cold until they approached her again in April this year."

She was told to come to South Africa in person to claim her prize and bring $2 000.

Taken hostage

"She duly came and on arrival on April 15 they took her hostage from the airport and kept her in a house Albertsdal, Alberton for well over a month. She was fed once a day while in captivity."

The woman managed to free herself on May 22 after breaking the window of the room where she was kept hostage.

She sought help from the neighbours who contacted the police.

"Intensive investigations were conducted by the Johannesburg Hawks unit working alongside crime intelligence colleagues," said Zondi.

The four people - three Nigerians and a South African woman - were arrested on Saturday.

They were due to appear in the Johannesburg Magistrate's Court on Monday.

The US woman has since returned home.
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If someone is stupid enough to fall for that scam, with all the warnings online and on tv, they deserve to be held hostage and skullfucked on a daily basis.
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shit, I need to cancel a trip....
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Land O'Lakes woman accused of fighting boyfriend over last beer


http://www.tampabay.com/news/publicsafet...er/1103160

LAND O'LAKES — At 8:30 Wednesday night, a 53-year-old man sat in a chair, drinking the last beer in the house.

His girlfriend wanted it.

Elizabeth Breeden, 41, "went off" on him and tried to grab it out of his hand at their home on McKaig Lane in Land O'Lakes, according to the Pasco County Sheriff's Office.

He wouldn't let go.

Breeden ripped the Natural Light can in half, spilling the lager on her boyfriend, his chair and the floor, a report states. The boyfriend stood up. Breeden slapped him in the face. Then she kicked him in the groin, authorities said.

Breeden told a deputy that her boyfriend kicked her and threw beer on her, which is why she ripped the can in half.

She was arrested and charged with domestic battery. This is her 18th arrest since 1999 — with charges such as possession of cocaine, shoplifting, fraud and failing to appear in court, according to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.

The boyfriend told authorities he started dating Breeden in February and she moved in with him in May. He didn't want to press charges, the report states.

As of Thursday, Breeden was being held at the Pasco County jail in lieu of $1,000 bail. The report said Breeden was "extremely intoxicated" and there were "numerous Natural Light beer cans in the trash can.
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Speng Wrote: Natural Light can

Enough said
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Securb Wrote:Enough said

is that really considered a Lager? :confused::confused:
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Kelly Michelle Ray, a 32-year-old Gastonia woman was allegedly arrested and charged with DUI twice within two hours time.

http://www.theweeklyvice.com/2010/06/kel...-duis.html

According to Gastonia police, Ray was stopped by officers around 2:40 a.m Sunday for not having a light illuminating her license plate. Ray submitted to a breath test which resulted in a .015 BAC - nearly twice the legal limit.

Investigators say Ray was picked up by her boyfriend after she was booked and released on an unsecured bond.

She was stopped again about two hours later after an officer observed her crossing the center line of a two-way road. She blew a 0.10 Blood alcohol level this time and was arrested again.

Ray was booked into jail and charged with two counts of driving while impaired. She was ordered to be held until she sobered up. Her bond was set at $5,000.

Our usual case research turned up some interesting background info on our girl. It seems that Ray is a performer who's alter ego goes by the name 'The Bombshell'. Her acts include everything from blood-gurgling freakazoid stage shows to goth-lesbian scream queen movies.

[Image: kelly_ray.jpg]
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We had a guy two towns over that got popped last weekend for a DUI, 12 hours later after getting out of jail he runs into a charity motorcycle run shitfaced and kills a woman.
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Speng Wrote:Kelly Michelle Ray, a 32-year-old Gastonia woman was allegedly arrested and charged with DUI twice within two hours time.

http://www.theweeklyvice.com/2010/06/kel...-duis.html

According to Gastonia police, Ray was stopped by officers around 2:40 a.m Sunday for not having a light illuminating her license plate. Ray submitted to a breath test which resulted in a .015 BAC - nearly twice the legal limit.

Investigators say Ray was picked up by her boyfriend after she was booked and released on an unsecured bond.

She was stopped again about two hours later after an officer observed her crossing the center line of a two-way road. She blew a 0.10 Blood alcohol level this time and was arrested again.

Ray was booked into jail and charged with two counts of driving while impaired. She was ordered to be held until she sobered up. Her bond was set at $5,000.

Our usual case research turned up some interesting background info on our girl. It seems that Ray is a performer who's alter ego goes by the name 'The Bombshell'. Her acts include everything from blood-gurgling freakazoid stage shows to goth-lesbian scream queen movies.

[Image: kelly_ray.jpg]

would you hit it?
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3dR3 Wrote:would you hit it?

that mouth on her tit looks promising
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