Not much is known about the eyeballs found on top of a trash can at a Kansas City gas station, besides that they’re, well, eyeballs found at a gas station.
A St. Louis man was stabbed recently in the chest, back and neck, but was so drunk he never realized and couldn’t remember the incident. Also a sober Canadian man found a knife blade in his back from an assault that occurred three years ago.
Bellevue, Washington, man Brian J. Parry, 50, seems to have taken advantage of a local gun safety class, intended to introduce people to the safe use of handguns, and used the opportunity to kill himself.
On March 12, 2013, NYPD Officer Gilberto Valle, 28, was convicted by a jury of his peers on charges of conspiring to kidnap, kill, cook and eat women, and not necessarily in that order. During the trial his lawyer argued that Valle’s cannibalism fetish was an online fantasy, and no more.
Police in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, are scratching their heads about a series of giftwrapped skulls that have been left all over town.
From vodka-soaked tampons to hand sanitizer, some teens will go to any lengths to get inebriated.
To some people, revenge is a dish best served full of poop.
Police in Sallisaw, Oklahoma, are investigating the death of Danny Vanzandt, 66, who died strangely on February 18, 2013, in his home — not because he may have been murdered, investigators ruled out homicide, but because he might have spontaneously combusted.
Maybe no one explained to Andrew Mendoza of Wharton County Texas, that some things are better left unsaid, but Mendoza, who was accused of sexing up the neighbor’s horse, wanted to explain himself and so waived his right to remain silent. Having read the report, this writer really wishes he hadn’t.
In a case that has left investigators scratching their heads, Robert Jarell Neal, 22, of Burlington, N.C., has been arrested for stabbing a deaf man. Police believe that Neal misinterpreted sign language for gang signs, but this is just a theory at this point and in no way constitutes an excuse.