Just know Iowa now allows it.
The Iowa Alcoholic Beverages Division threatened to suspend Darrin Boger’s liquor license after the incident at Lake Lanes. The Iowa Court of Appeals ruled in Boger’s favor on Wednesday.
The case revolved around rumors that Boger planned to sponsor a naked beer slide for riders on RAGBRAI, The Des Moines Register’s Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa.
Boger had covered several lanes with plastic but says he never advertised anything as being naked.
See how classy this lady was once she started drinking?
The subject got out and started crying. An officer saw the vehicle was in reverse gear, its tires spinning. The subject smelled of alcohol and tripped and fell while being escorted to a cruiser.
She agreed to a field sobriety test but said she desperately needed to urinate. She then tried to walk to the side of the road and pull down her pants.
The subject was placed in the cruiser and taken to a police department interview room and asked if she needed the bathroom. She became agitated and said she would relieve herself in the interview room.
She then urinated in her pants and on the chair where she sat, then urinated again before being escorted to the bathroom. She refused sobriety tests, and was arrested for operating a vehicle intoxicated.
Try not to eat them.
Residents who find the pigs should contact the county Office of Emergency Services, Chapman said after Tuesday’s meeting.
But if they don’t do that, they should wait at least 30 days or make sure the pigs are tested for antibiotics and other drugs before they are slaughtered, he said.
The company that owns the pigs contacted OES about the possible health risk, Chapman said. He did not know exactly what drugs the pigs had been given.
“If they’ve been dosed recently, there could be a health risk,” he said. “We were just told by the company that they had been medicated.”
During long hauls, animals are usually given large doses of penicillin or other antibiotics, such as Terramycin, to ward off shipping fever and other sickness, Chapman said.
The pigs in question were being hauled from North Carolina to Iowa when the tractor-trailer ran off W.Va. 34 on Oct. 15.
About 13 pigs were loose following the accident, Chapman said. County authorities were able to round up all but five, he said.
Try not to get shot in the buttocks.
Manatee County sheriff’s deputies say there was a second group of people on the same peninsula who set up a camp about 100 yards to the east of Mays and his friends.
Both groups had a couple of people on the water. Mays and his friends were in a motorized boat and the other group was using a canoe.
Deputies say Mays’ and his friends drove by the canoe and caused a large wave that turned it over. No one was injured. Deputies are trying to figure out if Mays’ and his friends did it intentionally or not.
Never-the-less, the people in the canoe were not happy and deputies say someone pulled out a gun and started shooting.
That’s when deputies say Mays was struck in the buttocks by one round.
EMS was already at the boat ramp for an unrelated medical call when Mays was brought over to them.
The paramedics drove Mays to the hospital for his buttock wound.
Why not go for the Gold Medal of Crazy?
Supt Hopkins said although the parade sounded amusing and probably looked the same way, it was incredibly dangerous at the time.
“He was running close to one of our main roads, where the big road trains travel,” Supt Hopkins said.
“It could have been quite tragic.”
Supt Hopkins said the man had not offered an explanation as to why he had attached the fire crackers to his head.
The 22-year-old Mt Isa man was charged with being a public nuisance and having possession of fireworks.
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You might want to get them some professional help.
“She said her daughter was the daughter of Satan,” he said.
The girl told police her mother also tried to choke her with her hands, bit her finger and grabbed her breast as though she were trying to tear it off, O’Connell said.
“The daughter managed to defend herself by hitting her mother over the head with a vase,” he said.
Both the mother and daughter were treated at Boston hospitals, O’Connell said.
Casanova was arraigned Thursday after her release from the hospital and returned to court yesterday so that a hearing could be scheduled to determine whether she is dangerous enough to be held without bail, pending her trial. But that hearing was never scheduled because of her outburst, O’Connell said. She is due back in court Nov. 12.
Don’t do what this guy did.
Torey L. Devaux, 36, was arrested and charged with domestic violence-related disorderly conduct and criminal damage to property. The incident took place at 1:30 a.m. in the 1100 block of South 11th Street.
According to police:
An argument between an intoxicated Devaux and his female roommate began after Devaux allegedly pursued sexual contact with the woman and she refused. Devaux was intoxicated and upset, the woman told police, so he went to the basement and urinated on her dog and on the floor.
A verbal argument continued and the woman’s sister stood up in defense, at which point Devaux allegedly grabbed the sister and pushed her into a wall. He then left the home and allegedly punched an exterior window, causing it to shatter.
Just hope it’s religiously themed.
The first report came to officers at 5:55 a.m. today. The caller said a man was in the median of Iowa Avenue screaming obscenities. Kelsay said that caller gave a description of the man’s clothing. However, subsequent calls and in-person reports to the police station indicated the man had shed his clothes.
Among the multiple witnesses was a woman who said he yelled at her as she walked down Iowa Avenue. Another caller said the man was lying down in the median of the street. Kelsay said the man was showing, “very erratic, bizarre behavior.”
“He was screaming about heaven, screaming about hell, screaming about Satan,” Kelsay said.
When officers arrived on the scene and began speaking to witnesses, the man initially charged at them, Kelsay said.
Kelsay said officers were able to temporarily calm the man down, but he would start moving around again. After chasing him down, the officers had to restrain the man and place him in handcuffs for his own safety and “everyone else’s,” Kelsay said.
“It seemed pretty apparent he was having some sort of drug-induced reaction,” he said.