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Man accused of shooting another man over loud music in Daytona Beach


Updated: Mar 23, 2016 - 5:59 AM


A man is accused of shooting another man in a dispute over loud music at a gas station, Daytona Beach police said.

Antoine Young, 38, was arrested following Saturday night's incident.

An arrest report said witnesses told investigators that the victim was standing outside the A1A Market and Deli playing music with a friend when Young began arguing with the victim to turn down the volume.

According to the report, witnesses said Young shot the victim in the leg. The victim was taken to a hospital for treatment.

Young faces multiple charges, including aggravated battery with a deadly weapon and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

Young was being held on bail.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.


Bundle of marijuana falls from sky, crashes through family's carport

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An Arizona family was shocked when they discovered a bundle of marijuana had fallen from the sky, crashed through their carport and slammed into an empty dog crate.

Maya Donnelly said her family was woken by what sounded like thunder on Sept. 8. Donnelly said she went to investigate the next morning and saw splintered wood near the family's carport, Nogales International reported.

"I looked up to see the hole, and then my eyes trailed down and the big dog's house was destroyed. It made a hole in that hard plastic doghouse, and the bundle was inside," Donnelly said.

Donnelly lives in Nogales, Ariz., a town just a few miles from the U.S.- Mexico border, so she said she immediately assumed the bundle was drugs.

Nogales police told the family that a pilot in an ultralight aircraft likely dropped the bundle early by accident, Nogales International reported.

The 28-pound bundle of marijuana the family found is worth about $10,000, Detective Robert Ferros told CNN.

Ferros said this isn't the first time smugglers have used ultralight aircrafts to bring drugs across the border.

"We have seen bundles of marijuana being carried by ultralight aircraft weighing several hundred or a thousand pounds," he told CNN.

Oregon man on meth fights off cops while masturbating in bar: police

Andrew Frey, 37, was charged with resisting arrest and public indecency after bizarre episode in Iggy’s Bar and Grill. Frey told officers he took methamphetamine Saturday and had no recollection of the obscenity.

Andrew Frey, of Beaverton, Ore., was charged with public indecency, resisting arrest and theft of services after an alleged drug binge.

An Oregon man high on methamphetamine told police he had no recollection of the events that led to 15 officers arresting him for masturbating at a bar.

Andrew Frey, 37, told officers with the Marion County Sheriff's Office he took the drug on Saturday and proceeded to have quite the weekend.

Authorities were able to track it to Sunday afternoon where Frey— after refusing to pay a locksmith he called to his home — went to a local shopping center where an employee escorted him off the property.

Frey then went to Iggy's Bar & Grill, took a seat then exposed himself to a bartender, police said.

Then he allegedly started to pleasure himself.

Police were called to the scene and Frey moved to the bathroom where he continued to touch himself. A deputy officer attempted to arrest him a few times and even used a Taser multiple times but it had no effect on Frey, police said.

The deputy then got into a fight with the suspect and tried to radio for help but it didn't work inside the restaurant.

A dispatcher tried to radio the deputy for an update and realized communications were not going through. The dispatcher then radioed for backup and 15 officers descended onto the bar and finally arrested him.

Police noted it took several officers to finally get Frey under control.

Frey said he took the drugs Saturday and did not remember anything that happened since. He was treated at a local hospital and then transported to county jail on charges of public indecency, resisting arrest and theft of services.

An employee at the bar declined comment on the incident Tuesday night.



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A Minnesota man will not be joining Mensa any time soon, because what he did while allegedly committing a crime is not what one would call smart.

The victim of the alleged crime, James Wood, told police he returned to his home last week to find it ransacked and several items were stolen.

He said then he also noticed that on his computer screen was a Facebook page belonging to one Nicholas Wig.

Police say Wig actually stopped to check his Facebook profile while committing his crime, and left if open.

So Wood left his phone number on Wig's page.

And who should text him but Wig himself.

Wood explains, "I replied, 'You left a few things at my house last night how can I get them back to you.'"

Wood had police waiting for Wig, who showed up at the house a short time later to get some other items he left behind.

Wood got his stolen items back and Wig is staring at 10 years in prison.

Woman killed by cult in McDonald’s for not giving out her phone number

Woman killed by cult in McDonald’s for not giving out her phone number

BEIJING — Six members of a religious cult have been arrested over the beating death of a woman at a McDonald’s restaurant in eastern China, police said Saturday.

The accused, including four members of the same family, allegedly attacked the woman in the city of Zhaoyuan after she refused to tell them her phone number. Zhaoyuan police said on their microblog that the six belonged to a group calling itself the “All-powerful spirit” and had been collecting numbers in an effort to recruit new members.

Zhaoyuan is in Shandong province, a traditional hotbed for religious cults. The region gave birth to the violent anti-Christian Boxer movement that laid siege to Western interests in Beijing and elsewhere during the waning years of the Qing dynasty in 1900.

State broadcaster CCTV said religious material had been found at a location linked to the sect but gave no further details. A clerk who answered the phone at Zhaoyuan police headquarters said no one was available to comment on the case.

All-powerful spirit, or “Quannengshen” in Chinese, was founded in the northeastern province of Heilongjiang in the early 1990s and later spread to the country’s eastern provinces, the newspaper Southern Metropolis Daily reported. It said the group promoted a philosophy based on a distorted reading of the Christian Bible and had been banned as an “evil cult” by the government in 1995, although that could not be immediately confirmed.

Another paper, the Beijing Morning News, said 17 members of the group had been arrested in Beijing in December 2012 for harassing people in a public park with claims that the world was coming to an end.

China has struggled at times to control grassroots religious movements based on Christian or Buddhist ideology, most notably the Falungong meditation movement that attracted millions of adherents before being brutally repressed in 1999.

Woman Kicks Cop After Beating Girlfriend She Found Having Sex with Her Boyfriend

MANATEE COUNTY, Florida [NMT] -- Shannon N. Gilmore, 32, of 4530 Busti Drive, in Sarasota, was having a bad day on Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2010. First she found her girlfriend having sex with her boyfriend. Then, when she was subsequently arrested, she kicked a cop, who had to put her in leg irons to subdue her.


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According to the arrest report from the Manatee County Sheriff's Office, on Wednesday, at about 8:30 p.m., Shannon walked in on her boyfriend having sex with her girlfriend, named only as "Antoinette" in the report.

Naturally, Shannon was upset and started arguing with Antoinette. Then she began striking Antoinette about the head and face. She also pulled Antoinette's hair, causing it to come out in clumps, the report said.

Shannon then broke a window in the bedroom.

This all took place in Antoinette's home, located in the 5800 block of 12th Street East, Bradenton.

Imagine that, Shannon goes to see her girlfriend and -- surprise, surprise, surprise -- there's her boyfriend in her girlfriend's home...having sex.

Well, anyway, Shannon then fled in her car.

She was found a short time later by a deputy still driving her vehicle. When she was stopped and arrested, Shannon became combative on scene, which was controlled with leg shackles.

While at a sheriff's substation, Shannon was still combative and was banging her head against the wall. A deputy went over to get her to stop and she kicked his right leg.

Shannon was arrested and charged with Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer, Battery and Criminal Mischief. Oh, we almost forgot to mention...she was also charged with DUI.

She has since posted a bail bond of $2,370 and has been released from the Manatee County Jail.

Woman shoots at a McDonald’s over missing bacon

A Michigan woman shot at a McDonald’s after employees got her order wrong Monday morning.

Shaneka Monique Torres, 29, went through a Grand Rapids McDonald’s drive-thru on Sunday and was comped a free meal after workers forgot to put bacon on her sandwich. She went through the drive-thru a second time to redeem her voucher Monday morning around 3 o’clock and after her sandwich was bacon-free for the second time, she fired at the building Wood TV reports.

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Torres shot at a McDonald’s after employees got her order wrong.

Torres was in the passenger seat and leaned over the driver, firing one round through the closed car window and restaurant window. No one was harmed.

Torres and her friends fled the scene, but police quickly located her after discovering she left her phone number with a man at the drive-thru window.

She was arrested her at her home and charged with carrying a concealed weapon, discharge of a firearm in or at a building and felony firearms.

Cops: N.J. Man Wrecks Car in Naked Pa. Crash

A Pennsauken man who was found naked and apparently masturbating after a single-car crash in Philadelphia’s Fairhill section Monday was charged with driving under the influence, Philadelphia Police said.

Vincent Wade, 34, was headed down Lehigh in a Toyota Camry when he smashed into the Crown Fried Chicken at 5th and Lehigh avenues around 10:30 a.m., police said, then yanked off his clothes and started yelling—and, as shown in a video first published by Philadelphia Magazine, began pleasuring himself in the street.

Wade was unable to stand on his own when officers arrived, and he was incoherent, police said.

No one was hurt in the crash, police said, and there were no other charges announced.


North Korea confirms it has landed a man on the Sun

North Korea sends a 17-year-old man to the Sun, a journey that took just four hours

This just in: North Korea has landed a man on the Sun. 17-year-old Hung Il Gong started his journey at 3am this morning, travelling alone, to reach our nearest star, a journey that took him just 4 hours.






A North Korean central news anchorman said during a live broadcast: "We are very delighted to announce a successful mission to put a man on the sun. North Korea has beaten every other country in the world to the sun. Hung Il Gong is a hero and deserves a hero's welcome when he returns home later this evening".


Hung is expected back on Earth in just a few hours time, where he will be greeted by his uncle, and supreme leader: Kim Jong-un. Hung traveled in the cover of darkness, as it would protect him from the harsh, and extreme temperatures of the Sun. Hung will also be bringing back some sun spot samples for his uncle, which I'm sure he will show off to the world in a short amount of time.


The North Korean central news agency is calling the 18-hour mission the "greatest human achievement of our time" - and so they should, landing a man on the Sun, a trip that took 18 hours return, is quite the achievement, all things considered. I wonder if Dennis Rodman considered this a slam dunk for the country.

Drunken Bieber Cursed Out Miami Police Officers

Cops: Singer, 19, reeked of booze and failed field sobriety tests

JANUARY 23--Singer Justin Bieber--belligerent and apparently stoned on a mixture of beer, pot, and prescription drugs--cursed out a cop who had stopped his Lamborghini, demanding, “Why the fuck are you doing this?” and “What the fuck did I do. Why did you stop me?” according to a police arrest report.

The 19-year-old performer reeked of booze, had bloodshot eyes, and appeared in a stupor, a Miami Beach Police Department officer reported.

When the cop sought to conduct a pat down of Bieber, the entertainer stated, “I ain’t got no fucking weapons, why do you have to search me? What the fuck is this about?”

After Bieber repeatedly ignored a patrolman’s direction to keep his hands on the vehicle, the cop grabbed the singer’s right arm and told him he was under arrest. This prompted the  5’ 9”, 140-pound Bieber to declare, “What the fuck are you doing?”as he sought to pull away from the officer.

After being stuffed into a patrol car, Bieber was transported to the Miami Beach Police Department. En route, he asked a cop why he had been arrested, and was told that investigators believed he was impaired. Bieber countered that he was not drunk “and that he he was coming back from recording music at a studio.”

At the police station, Bieber failed a series of field sobriety tests. He also agreed to take a Breathalyzer test and submit to a “drug evaluation” (the results of which are not detailed in the police report).

Bieber is seen in the Lamborghini in an Instagram photo  posted yesterday by the rapper Khalil Sharief, who was reportedly drag racing with Bieber early this morning. The 19-year-old Sharief, driving a red Ferrari, was also arrested on a DUI count.