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Life Sentence for Man Convicted of his 12th DWI.

Filed under: DUI, Strange But True by Contributor @ October 24, 2016

A judge sentenced a man in Montgomery County (Texas) to life imprisonment following his 12th DWI conviction. District Judge Phil Grant handed down the sentence after he found Joe Ford Woods, Jr. guilty of driving while intoxicated. Woods was arrested by a State Trooper after he drove away from a scene where he crashed his […]

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Is this a proper police tactic?

Filed under: Strange But True by Contributor @ February 25, 2016

Louisiana Police Captain Calls Out Gang Members in Viral Video Let us know if you agree with this police tactic by leaving a comment below.

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Montco Motorcycle Crash @ 106 MPH: VIDEO

Filed under: Personal Injury, Strange But True by Contributor @ June 14, 2015

Motorcyclists need to be even more careful than the average motorist on the road. That’s why this video is so shocking. Don’t speed and always drive defensively.  This video courtesy of Limerick Police.  Click the link in the preceding sentence to watch the video – you can’t click the picture below. Charges for the unnamed idiot […]

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Victoria’s Secret Employee Pleads Guilty to Having Sex With Teen

Filed under: News, Sex Crimes, Strange But True by Contributor @ June 10, 2015

In the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas on Tuesday, Iris Gibney, 42, pled guilty to having sex with a minor.  Police had witnessed Gibney naked in a Pottstown-area park with a 17 year-old boy.   By pleading guilty, Gibney, who works at the Victoria’s Secret at the King of Prussia Mall, admitted to the facts […]

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Getting Drunk for a Good Cause?

Filed under: DUI, Strange But True by Contributor @ April 8, 2015

In a weird turn of events,  Newtown Square Police, in Delaware County, are looking for volunteers to drink for a good cause.   Officers working on their DUI certification will be participating in a “field sobriety coordination testing school” on May 6th-7th.   There are certain requirements for participation, but this is a free opportunity to drink […]

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