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Police accuse woman of having sex with horse
An Indiana County woman has been charged with having sex with a horse, state police at Indiana said Tuesday.
Dovie Lee Kerner, 46, of Plumville also allegedly had sex with other animals including a dog and a pig, court documents state.
The investigation began in November 2008 when it was reported by two officials from the Humane Society of Indiana County, police said.
One of the officials said she received a phone call from a confidential informant who asked her if it was illegal to have sex with an animal. When told yes, the informant said he had a video on his cell phone of Kerner having sex with a horse, court documents state.
Because of Kerner’s alleged sexual activities with other men and animals, the informant, who had dated the woman, and his Jack Russell terrier both contracted sexually transmitted diseases, court documents state.
Kerner is charged with two counts each of obscene and other sexual materials and performances and disorderly conduct and one count of sexual intercourse with an animal.
The charges were filed before Magisterial District Judge George Thachik. No preliminary hearing date has been set, according to online court records.
Peter Aspinall, 64, had been asked to prune a sycamore tree in the grounds of a hotel, but instead of leaning his ladder against the trunk he placed it against the branch he was hacking down.
When the branch fell it took Mr Aspinall with it, 14ft to the ground below. He broke his heel, damaged his ligaments and had to spend ten days in hospital recovering from surgery on his injuries.
Now Mr Aspinall, who had worked at the Egerton House Hotel near Bolton, Lancashire, for just two weeks, is suing them for compensation.
He took the action after health and safety inspectors concluded the hotel failed to carry out a risk assessment on the dangers of pruning.
They also said that his employer should have given him training on where to place the ladder.
A dashcam video from the Alaska State Troopers shows a dog leading them through winding back roads to a blazing fire at his owners’ property.
The video on the troopers’ website shows the German shepherd running to meet the trooper’s vehicle, then racing to the house on Caswell Lakes on April 4.
Troopers say Buddy and his owner, 23-year-old Ben Heinrichs, were in the family workshop when a heater ignited chemicals. Heinrichs told Buddy: “We need to get help.” The dog eventually found a trooper responding to a call about the fire.
The State Troopers are presenting a special award Friday to the dog. Buddy will receive an engraved silver-plated dog bowl in Anchorage.
Heinrichs suffered minor flash burns on his face. The workshop was destroyed, but only some window trim on the house was damaged.
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SAVANNAH — A Garden City woman is in jail after authorities say she allegedly threw a knife during a fight over the wrong brand of beer, striking and seriously injuring a 3-year-old girl.
It’s unclear what charges Lorraine Bulloch faces. Garden City Capt. Al Jelinski says she was drunk when she got into an argument with her brother at 7:15 p.m. Wednesday after he came home with the wrong brand of beer.
Police say Bulloch allegedly picked up a knife and threw it at her brother, but he ducked and the blade ended up striking the 3-year-old in the head.
Paramedics rushed the little girl to Memorial University Medical Center with what Jelinski describes as serious injuries.
A CUSTOMER yesterday walked free from court after being accused of using a supermarket’s fruit and vegetable scales to weigh his WILLY.
Shop assistant Melanie Guglielmino, 31, told the trial she was left “too shocked to speak” after reportedly seeing James Jones, 33, and another man expose themselves.
It was claimed Jones then told her they were “just trying to weigh” their privates.
The dad-of-three later admitted being drunk in the Edinburgh Scotmid store but denied the X-rated stunt last September.
And he was cleared yesterday after a four-hour trial at Edinburgh Sheriff Court.
Sheriff Neil MacKinnon said he was “unable to conclude the precise act took place”.
CCTV footage screened in court showed Jones standing on a stool by the scales, but with his back to the camera.
Ms Guglielmino told the court: “I saw two guys. One of them said ‘We are just weighing our private parts’ – but he used a different word. I was too shocked to speak.”
Her boss Agnes Fagan, 45, showed the footage to police.
She said: “They got a stool and took it over to the scales and they looked like they had their penises out on the scales.”
After being acquitted, Jones said: “I don’t know if I’ll ever go back in that shop.”