April 26, 2015
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Stupid News for 5/9/14

     A Florida woman was arrested and charged with throwing Kool-Aid at her son during an argument. Police arrested Yeteva Mccollum after she told them she tossed a full glass of Kool-Aid at her son when he called her a bad name. The glass hit the 33-year-old man on his head and body. The 60-year-old told police that something hit her in the lip after she threw the beverage. "She stated that she has glaucoma and could not see what the object was but was certain it was not a fist or open hand," the police report states. "She stated it had a metallic sound." The son said that his mother ran into a bedroom after chucking the Kool-Aid and that he believed she hit her lip on bunk beds. Mccollum was charged with battery and taken to Jail.

      A Florida mom was allegedly so drunk that she crashed into a parked car while looking for parking in her own apartment complex. Tonia Grange had her children in the car during the incident. Officers were called to the scene after someone heard the 36-year-old crash into a car and discovered Grange’s car parked diagonally in a spot. When they found her, she was eating with French fries all over her shirt. Grange told officers that she had drunk too many vodka and cranberry juices and then blew a 3.0 on the breathalyzer. She was arrested and charged with two counts of child abuse that could result in physical or mental injury of a child and DUI. Grange admitted to police that she made a mistake.

      An elementary school teacher in Tennessee has been suspended for allegedly telling a third grader to punch a second grader in the face twice. The alleged incident happened after two boys got in a fight on the school bus on the way home from school. The boy's teacher, Rebecca Cassel, found out about the incident the following day and allegedly took the boys into a deserted classroom to finish the fight, while bringing another teacher along to serve as a witness. Police have investigated the incident and, though she has been suspended, Cassel will not face criminal charges.

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