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  • Uncategorized 26.03.2009 2 Comments

    I am officially on vacation from my real job until next Friday and as I am taking the kids to Disney and am the sole author here at Shadowscope I won’t be posting much (if at all) here until next Thursday or Friday. Check out the crime links in my sidebar for some really cool crime sites, many of which are updated daily. We head out Friday afternoon so while I won’t promise, I may have an update or two before we leave town.

    If you are one of the 12 or so people that visit my personal site I will still be posting vacation updates there and Twitter as well.

  • Uncategorized 25.03.2009 No Comments

    This Weeks Post Was Suggested By Elena

    Chief Master Sergeant Paul Wesley Airey

    Chief Master Sergeant Paul Wesley Airey

    U.S. Air Force

    “Chief Airey was an Airman’s Airman and one of the true pioneers for our service,” said Gen. Norton Schwartz, Air Force Chief of Staff. “He was a warrior, an innovator… and a leader with vision well ahead of his time. His legacy lives today in the truly professional enlisted force we have serving our nation… and for that we owe him a debt of gratitude.”

    Chief Airey was born in Quincy, Mass., on December 13, 1923. At age eighteen, shortly after the bombing of Pearl Harbor on December, 7, 1941, Airey quit high school to enlist in the Army Air Forces on November 16, 1942. He later earned his high school equivalency certificate through off-duty study. During World War II he flew as a B-24 radio operator and additional duty aerial gunner. On his 28th mission, then-Technical Sergeant Airey and his fellow crewmen were shot down over Vienna, Austria, captured, and held prisoner by the German air force from July 1944 to May 1945. During his time as a prisoner of war he worked tirelessly to meet the basic needs of fellow prisoners, even through a 90-day forced march.

    Chief Airey held the top enlisted from April 3, 1967 to July 31, 1969. During his tenure he worked to change loan establishments charging exorbitant rates outside the air base gates and to improve low retention during the Vietnam Conflict. Chief Airey also led a team that laid the foundation for the Weighted Airman Promotion System, a system that has stood the test of time and which is still in use today. He also advocated for an Air Force-level Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy. His vision became reality when the academy opened in 1973, becoming the capstone in the development of Air Force Senior NCOs. Chief Airey retired August 1, 1970. He continued advocating for Airmen’s rights by serving on the boards of numerous Air Force and enlisted professional military organizations throughout the years. He was a member of the Board of Trustees for the Airmen Memorial Museum, a member of the Air Force Memorial Foundation and the Air University Foundation.

    On the north wall of the Air Force Memorial in Washington D.C., Chief Airey’s thoughts on Airmen are immortalized, “When I think of the enlisted force, I see dedication, determination, loyalty and valor.” The Air Force Association honored Airey with its Lifetime Achievement Award in 2007.

    Chief Airey passed away on March 11, 2009 at his home in Panama City, Florida

    These brave men and women sacrifice so much in their lives so that others may enjoy the freedoms we get to enjoy everyday. For that, I am proud to call them Hero.
    We Should Not Only Mourn These Men And Women Who Died, We Should Also Thank God That Such People Lived

    This post is part of the Wednesday Hero Blogroll. For more information about Wednesday Hero, or if you would like to post it on your site, you can go here.

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  • Uncategorized 25.03.2009 1 Comment

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    Back in 1998 14-year-old Stephanie Condon disappeared in Myrtle Creek, Oregon while she was babysitting. All along detectives have believed that she was taken and the investigation focused mainly as a homicide case. Her family and friends were devastated by Stephanie’s disappearance and now they are one tiny step toward finding out what happened.

    Earlier this month skeletal remains were found by a man walking his dogs near Little River road in Glide, Oregon. You can see by the map below that Glide is about 20 miles northeast of Myrtle Creek.

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  • Uncategorized 25.03.2009 7 Comments


    Talk about a bad mommy! The Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office down in Port Charlotte Florida arrested 26-year-old Casey Lee Dudley on Monday for dealing cocaine It’s worse than that though because she was selling it while children were present.

    The police have evidently been investigating her for a while because she has sold Coke to them on two different occasions during the investigation. During one of the deals her one-year-old daughter was present and when they busted her on Monday a three-year-old was there.

    Oh, but this gets even better…

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  • Uncategorized 25.03.2009 1 Comment

    …and she wanted her husband’s undivided attention.


    37-year-old Helen Sun (Friendster) and her husband, 32-year-old Robert Drawbaugh have been either seperated or divorced for a while now after having been married for eight years. She lives in Fairfield, Connecticut while he has been residing in California. Robert does have a MySpace page, but it serves no purpose in posting it here. I also don’t know if the gentleman in the photo above with Helen is Robert or not for sure. It is.

    Anyway, for whatever reason, Robert was in Connecticut and they were apparently attempting to reconcile, or at least maybe get a little action. Robert ended up getting quite a bit more action than he wanted when he woke up in Helen’s bed and discovered that she had not only changed the locks on the bedroom door, but also handcuffed herself to him.

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  • Uncategorized 24.03.2009 Comments Off

    So Microsoft has released IE8. I ran it for a while during it’s beta phase, prior to my computer biting the dust but just have not cared enough to reinstall it on my new laptop. I just don’t really care. It doesn’t seem to offer me anything that would get me to switch from using Flock.

    I’m sure I will eventually install it, if only to test my crime site when I finish rebuilding it, but for now I’ll stick with what I have. Anyone else running it yet? Pros or cons?

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  • Uncategorized 23.03.2009 2 Comments

    VeronicaOrtiz.jpgLast night police found a pair of toddlers wandering around an apartment complex barefooted around 10pm after someone called in to report they were out. Police found the two and three year old boys and attempted to find out where they lived but unfortunately the two little boys had no idea.

    After going door to door officers eventually found an apartment with the front door open and no adult around. What they did find was another child, a baby, sleeping beside a pit-bull puppy. Of course the house was just in the shape you would think. The windows were all broken and held together with duct tape. Food, garbage and feces were all over the floor. It was generally filthy. Oh yeah, did I mention there were no adults around? Yeah, I guess I did.

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  • Uncategorized 23.03.2009 Comments Off
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    1,000,000 customers as they start to round the corner on Impulse’s one
    year birthday. Initially famous for their eye-candy and ability to
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    the last few years, rolling out a platform for other companies to
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    Stardock will be giving away a $4,000
    gaming PC to it’s one millionth customer. Check out more about Stardock
    and the details over here.

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  • Uncategorized 20.03.2009 3 Comments

    Thumbnail image for natalee3.jpgI’ve been running across vague rumors on the net at several different news sites concerning the remains of Natalee Holloway and the possibility that they have been found. I haven’t paid a whole lot of attention to any of the news coming out of Aruba since posting the transcript of the witness that came forward last fall.

    This may or may not be anything at all but right now I am thinking it may be that they have really found something. Whether that turns out to be Natalee or not remains to be seen. The rumors and news have been met with very little fanfare so far, but if it turns out to be her remains I will expect the arrest of Joran van Der Sloot to follow pretty soon afterward and then it’ll be back to front page news, even if for just a short time.

    Apparently a flight attendant for American Airlines has told a couple of news sources that a cadaver dog was aboard a Miami to Aruba flight she was on and the officer that accompanied the dog told her he was going to search for the remains of Natalee and that they think they have found the location of the remains.

    If anything comes out of this I’ll be sure to post it here, although with my work hours it’s bound to be on the news sites long before I hear about it :)

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  • Over the next couple of weeks I will be redoing the entire site. The end result will make for easier commenting, profiles, actions streams and the ability to sign up and write articles to submit should you wish to do so. There won’t be any noticeable changes until it’s complete as I am going to set up a completely new server for it. What may be noticeable is that I will probably only put a post up every couple of days until that time while I am busy setting up the new site. Once I finish I will migrate all of my posts over to the new site and just redirect the URL to it so that everything will be seamless on the front end.

    We’ll still be using Movabletype, but the newest version along with user profiles and the Motion plugin. This will allow me to integrate the login process with Facebook as well as several other services. I am also considering setting up a forum as well. Any suggestions are welcome while I am working on it. Also, if you have any article suggestions you want to see written, please feel free to send ‘em my way.

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  • Uncategorized 18.03.2009 No Comments

    …and neither could his girlfriend.


    This Tuesday evening an employee at a Domino’s Pizza in Hudson, Florida saw Thomas Martinez beating up his girlfriend in the parking lot. When he went outside to see what was happening he saw the girl on the ground with Martinez standing over her. Since Martinez just wanted to beat up his girlfriend and not actually tackle anyone that might fight back this responsible member of society hopped on his bicycle and made his getaway with his girlfriend right behind him on her bike. I guess I shouldn’t make too much fun as I did yard work for a living as a teenager as well.

    Anyway, the cook at the Domino’s went back inside after they had made their high speed getaway and he called 911. A Pasco County Sheriff’s Deputy responded and after speaking to the Domino’s employee he went looking for Martinez. He figured (rightly so) that they couldn’t have made it too far.

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  • Uncategorized 18.03.2009 No Comments


    Last August Erin Maxwell was murdered. It was determined that she was stranglked and had also been sexually assaulted prior to her death. I’m not really going to get into the case much here because I have already detailed it in several other entries over the last few months. Basically her step-brother has been charged with murder and her father and step-mother have been charged with child endangerment because of the deplorable living conditions she was forced to endure over the last few years.

    In addition to the family there has been a huge outcry about the way that the Oswego County Family and Children Services handled the case, particularly since they had been called several times about the Maxwells.

    The State Office of Children and Family Services reviewed the case and have released a 14 page document that pretty much says that Oswego County dropped the ball and did a crappy job in the case of Erin Maxwell and had they actually done something she might still be alive. You can find the report here.

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  • Uncategorized 18.03.2009 No Comments

    America's Most Wanted Logo
    unknownamw.jpgWendale Davis Killer: Wendale Davis, 16, was known as ‘Sweets,’ and to those who knew him, the name was a perfect fit. On April 23, 2006, Wendale was talking with a female friend outside her Bakersfield, Calif. home when a car driven by gang members rolled up looking for trouble.


    Wendale Davis Foundation: The Wendale Davis Foundation was born out of a senseless murder, and now uses that tragedy as a platform to make a difference in the lives of at-risk youth in the community of Bakersfield, Calif. and beyond.

    kishar.gifKisha Rutledge: Milton, Ga. police say escort service owner Kisha “Key” Rutledge had one of her clients killed because he was paying his prostitutes directly, cutting out the vicious madam’s commission. Cops say they need your help to bring Rutledge to justice.

    michael_collins_primary2.jpgMichael and Teven Collins: Cops say a sex offender and his fugitive son are on the run after beating a cross-country skier nearly to death in the forest.

    unknownamw.jpgJessica Martinez: It’s a 19-year-old question that still plagues the family of a murdered little girl, and authorities in Bakersfield, Calif. haven’t given up hope. On May 10, 1990, Jessica Martinez vanished while playing near her home, before the 4-year-old’s body was found in a field, nearly 15 miles from home.

    markeverett.jpgMark Everett: Former child star Mark Everett has been identified by authorities as the man at the center of a deadly police standoff in a Los Angeles suburb on December 23, 2008. Investigators say Everett, 39, took his 7-year-old son, Benjamin, on the run after the 2004 murder of the child’s mother — Everett’s ex-girlfriend. Now, the FBI tells AMW that Everett was killed when police attempted to rescue Benjamin and take the fugitive father into custody.

    duncanJack_lg.jpgDuncan and Jack Connolly: An AMBER alert has been issued in Illinois for 7-year-old Jack Connolly. Cops say Jack, and his 9-year-old brother, Duncan, were abducted by their father, 40-year-old Michael Connolly.

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  • Uncategorized 18.03.2009 No Comments

    Philadelphia Policeman Who Took Down a Cop Killer
    Is Named AMW All-Star Finalist

    March 17, 2009 – Philadelphia Police Officer Richard Bowes, who was gravely wounded while taking down a cop killer, has been selected by the public as the latest weekly finalist in the AMW All-Star contest, sponsored by Sprint.

    On September 23, 2008, Officer Bowes responded to a call asking for backup for a fellow cop about to make a drug bust. As he approached the scene, he didn’t know that the suspect had shot and killed the other officer, Sergeant Patrick McDonald.  

    Officer Bowes arrived to see the suspect fleeing, and began chasing him. When he caught up with him, the cop killer opened fire again, striking Officer Bowes and shattering his pelvis.  The gunman stood over the fallen officer as he attempted to reload his gun. Officer Bowes took advantage of this moment, and was able to get off five shots, killing the attacker. Officer Bowes is currently recovering from his injuries.

    Philadelphia Police Officer Richard Bowes’ bravery was recognized by the public, which gave him the votes to become the fourth of eight weekly finalists in the AMW All-Star Contest, which recognizes outstanding achievements by first responders. Any first responder, such as police, firefighter or EMT, is eligible for the contest, and any member of the public can nominate and vote for their favorite first responder online at

    Each weekly finalist will be profiled on America’s Most Wanted (Saturdays, 9:00-10:00  PM ET/PT on FOX). Through their online votes, the public will choose the grand-prize winner. In May, AMW Host John Walsh will present the 2009 AMW All-Star winner with a check for $10,000 at the NASCAR SPRINT Cup Series™ All-Star Challenge at Lowe’s Motor Speedway in Charlotte, North Carolina.

    Nominations are open at until April 4, 2009. Members of the public may vote for their favorite first responder once a day, every day. Finalist voting runs through April 12, and the grand-prize winner voting will run April 16-May 5.

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  • Uncategorized 18.03.2009 No Comments

    At one point in time I was running Amazon context links here but ditched them about a year and a half ago, mainly because most of the paid review companies don’t allow them. Since it’s been well over a year since I’ve done any paid posting here at Shadowscope I have re-implemented context links, using Kontera. For some reason they aren’t showing up on the main page, only in the entries themselves, which is fine right now. You’ll notice them by the double lines under the link, rather than the normal link with no line that I use. It all helps to pay for the hosting.

    Now if I can just figured out why the heck it won’t work on the main index. Something to do with pagination I think, since that is no longer working either…

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  • Uncategorized 17.03.2009 16 Comments

    Sarah Tatum

    19-year-old is was a student at the University of Arizona in Tucson. Involved in college life, she was the vice-president of Finances for RHA, a university group. Majoring in Finance Sarah Elizabeth Tatum had a promising life ahead of her. All except for the part about the baby that she gave birth to in her dorm room Monday night.
    There aren’t any details released as far as the how and why but Sarah has been arrested and booked into the Pima County Jail on suspicion of attempted murder and child abuse. (She has since been released to the custody of her father and will have a mental evaluation prior to her court date) Apparently she has been accused of trying to kill her infant son after giving birth. 911 was called at some point and the Tucson Fire Department took both Sarah and her baby to the University Medical Center for treatment. When she was released earlier today she was arrested.

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  • Uncategorized 17.03.2009 No Comments

    Derick Williams - Old Booking Photo

    Derick Williams (MySpace) and Corey Anderson (MySpace) are both 25 and in a band together, or at least they were up until recently. Apparently Corey posted on his MySpace page that he was making plans to go solo and Derick didn’t take the news so well.

    According to the Tampa Police department Derick showed up at Corey’s house a little after three this afternoon, kicked in the front door and fired a single gun shot into the house. Luckily nobody was hurt or killed, only some damage to the house.

    Police later picked up Williams at his house and have charged him with shooting into an occupied dwelling as well as being a felon in possession of a firearm. That’s right, Derick is no stranger to the Hillsborough County Jail, having racked up several convictions and even more arrests since 2001. That’s where I found the old mug shot since I couldn’t find a more recent photo that was decent. His arrests range from burglary to assault, as well as assault with a deadly weapon. It appears that Derick is quickly becoming a career felon who will end up spending more time behind bars than outside, although up until this arrest he seems to have been flying under the radar for the last few years.

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  • Uncategorized 17.03.2009 1 Comment

    Disney World, and the rest of the Disney franchise for that matter, is pretty good about making sure they have just the right cast members but occasionally one will fall through the cracks as is the case here (Adrijk is actually an employee of a third party doing photo etching at Epcot). Police arrested 20-year-old Adrijk Jose Duran (MySpace) from Clermont, Florida at his home yesterday and found several different pictures of child porn on his computer. Some of the photos included children as yound as four-years-old engaged in sexual acts with other children as well as adults.

    According to detectives, Duran admitted to downloading the child porn for about a year now because he was ‘curious’.

    He is currently being held at the Lake County jail (booking) on $100,000 bond on ten counts of possession of child pornography.

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  • Uncategorized 16.03.2009 No Comments

    Charlesnettlebeck.jpgUpdated – New information at is at the bottom.

    Police in the Tacoma, Washington area (Orting) have arrested a man in connection with the murder of his estranged wife and his 33-year-old stepdaughter.The man called 911 on Friday night to report that he had attacked them. Police found the two women, the mother had already died and the daughter was transported to a hospital, where she later died.

    Pierce County Sheriff’s deputies suspect that the man had attacked his wife, who filed for divorce in January, and then painted semi-cryptic messages on the side of a shed such as “Living in hotel. Money running out. Nowhere to live”.

    So far I don’t have a name or mug shot as formal charges have not yet been filed. I will try and update this over the next couple of days. Thanks to the Dreamin’ Demon and a reader I’ve got a picture up. One of the commenters below was also interested in seeing if this is the same Charles Nettlebeck that he knew.

    Updated – It took me a little while, but I’ve found the suspect. No mug shot yet. 56-year-old Charles Walter Nettlebeck is the suspect who has been arrested. He is being held in the Pierce County Jail on charges of Murder 1 and Assault 1 with no bond. He was booked into the jail around 4am on Saturday morning. I will post more information as I get it.

    Apparently the mother was a veteran King County Corrections Officer and her daughter worked for the Renton, Washington Police Department. I have read reports that say she had recently kicked her husband out of the house and that she had also filed a restraining order against him.

    This is a map of the general area where the murders occurred. The house itself sits on a fairly big piece of property where they keep horses and chickens, as well as other animals.

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    In addition to the messages spray painted on the shed other areas of the house were spray painted as well with messages including “I love my wife” and “Sorry to my friends I could not get help”.

    I do have some links to other family members MySpace pages and whatnot that really have no bearing on this so won’t be posting them. Anyone that is interested in updating the information here is more than welcome to email me and can leave it anonymously as well.

    Update II – Nettlebeck was charged earlier today with two counts of aggravated murder in the first degree. He had his first appearance in court today and pleaded not guilty to the charge that he killed his wife, Barbara Nettlebeck and his step-daughter Bretta Hawkins.

    Apparently he also tried to hang himself at home prior to law enforcement being called out to the house.

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  • Uncategorized 15.03.2009 No Comments

    While hunting in a trash dump yesterday afternoon a man found the remains of what is possibly a homicide victim. The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office detectives are digging up an area in Wimauma, which is southeast of Tampa, Florida.

    The remains will be taken by the medical examiner so that they can try and determine who it was and exactly when and how that person died.

    More info (not much though) here.

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  • Uncategorized 13.03.2009 1 Comment


    Sometimes you come across a story that’s just terrible and horrendous and yet it compels you to read it and look at the pictures anyway. Luckily this isn’t one of those. As a matter of fact I found it somewhat funny this morning, although I probably shouldn’t have.

    Apparently Apparently on Wednesday night a somewhat intoxicated 42-year-old Everett Keith wandered into the local Chili’s in Land O’Lakes, Florida with a lit cigarette hanging out of his mouth. Although he was asked to put it out he refused and then went into the dining area where he proceeded to roll around on the floor and generally make a fool of himself. Scared the crap out of the people eating there at the time, I’m sure.

    Once he got off of the floor he headed back out to the parking lot and tried to get in his car, but fell out into the parking lot and then rolled around on the grass for a while. Once he’d had enough of that he starting chucking crayons he had managed to snatch off of one of the tables inside at cars.

    When police arrived Keith was trying to get back inside his car once again so he could go somewhere else. The deputy was of the opinion, and rightly so, that Keith didn’t need to be driving anywhere. He was arrested on charges of disorderly intoxication and jailed on $100 bond.

    While I drink very rarely, mostly because I work so much, I will occasionally tie one on. One thing I learned a long time ago is that if I’m drinking, it’s either at home or somewhere I don’t have to drive. Good advice for Everett Keith. It night just save him some jail time and a little money next time.

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  • Uncategorized 12.03.2009 Comments Off
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    OS for the Blackberry Storm has been released into the wild. Before you head over looking for links to download bear in mind that this is a beta release and can hose your storm and turn it into a brick if you screw it up.

    That having been said I am currently running version .103 right now, the last official Verizon release being .75. I tend to wait a while myself and let everyone else find all of the bugs before I upgrade myself simply because my phone also doubles as my home and business line and I don’t need a non-working device if the bugs are too ugly.

    If you are still interested, head over to the CrackBerry forums where you can find more information.

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  • Uncategorized 11.03.2009 No Comments


    Gibsonton, Florida — Deputies are looking for a 16-year-old girl who disappeared from her home Tuesday night.

    Myraenereyda Campos was last seen doing laundry on the front porch, the sheriff’s office said.

    brother went looking for her shortly before 10 p.m. and could not find
    her. Her mother says the child has never left home before.

    with any information is asked to contact the Hillsborough Sheriff’s
    Office at 813-247-8200 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-873-8477.

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  • Uncategorized 11.03.2009 No Comments


    Tuesday morning around 2:30 AM Yavapai County Detectives were traveling through Prescott Valley, Arizona minding their own business when they noticed the car driven by 27-year-old Rhonda Jean McCullugh traveling at high speed straight toward them as they crested a hill. The officers put on their emergency lights and then ended up swerving in order to try and avoid a collision. She rammed into the left side of the police car anyway and kept on going.

    The deputies gave pursuit as she increased her speed and ran a red light. She drove over a culvert and finally ended up stopping in someone’s front yard mere feet from their house. When the officers removed McCullugh from the vehicle they immediately smelled alcohol and a breathalizer was given at the Yavapai County Jail conveniently located there in Prescott. She tested at .25% which i about three times the legal limit in Arizona. On top of it all she had her seven-year-old in the back seat. Way to go Jean! McCullugh has been charged with DUI, Extreme DUI, 3 counts of Endangerment (for her daughter and the two deputies), Child Abuse, Criminal Damage, Fleeing a Law Enforcement Vehicle and Reckless Driving. She’s being held on $5,000 bond.

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  • Uncategorized 11.03.2009 2 Comments

    …at least according to the boyfriend she beat up.


    Last night Vanessa Billingsly was arrested after a neighbor of her boyfriend in Lutz, Florida noticed her (all 5’2 and 100 pounds) beating the crap out of her boyfriend. That dude must have some serious patience to deal with bullshit. Good for him! Anyway, 21-year-old Vanessa Chantal Billingsly was throwing punches at her boyfriend with one hand while holding her three-year-old child with the other. At one point she even dropped the toddler on  it’s head. Not cool. If you want to be a drunken fighting bitch, that’s fine by me but leave the kids with a babysitter first lady.

    The unemployed Ms. Billinglsy, who lives with what seems to be a friend of her’s while her husband is deployed, was arrested Tuesday night on charges of neglect and domestic battery. She apparently bit her boyfriend on the chest as well. Originally listed as being held without bond, according to the booking record at the Land O’Lakes jail her bond is now set at $5,250. I couldn’t find a MySpace for her, so if you happen to come across it give me a shout.

    I wouldn’t have thought twice when I was younger about doing her drunk or not but I had a girlfriend that was crazy like that once. The snakes in their heads just aren’t worth anything else the might have to offer.

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