August 29, 2014
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Stupid News for 7/14/14

     A Missouri man is charged with first-degree domestic assault and armed criminal action after he allegedly shot his wife because he was "tired of her." When police responded to the home of Bobby Leonard on Saturday, they found his wife Carolyn "laying on the front porch covered in blood," and a man holding a towel on her shoulder. She said her husband had been arguing and then he shot her. The 59-year-old suspect was in the trailer and he asked whether his wife was dead after Wheetley handcuffed him, and stated, 'I got tired of her and shot her."  The woman was flown to a Tennessee hospital to be treated for her wound.

      A Florida middle school teacher who is accused of twerking and receiving a lap dance from a student at a soccer team party has been suspended. Courtney Spruill, who teaches phys ed and health and also coaches soccer at Kernan Middle School, was suspended by the school Board. During the alleged incident, Spruill was seen drinking alcohol and twerking on players. Cellphone video of Spruill getting a lap dance from a student at the party was also turned over to the district. The homeowner of the house where the party was being held said that although Spruill did bring vodka to the house as a present, she didn't drink any of it and had soda instead. The parent also said she wouldn't allow the children to have alcohol. District investigators ruled that Spruill showed "the gross exercise of poor judgment."

      A Tennessee man couldn't wait to get to the 19th hole at the local frisbee golf course. Jason Rickard was arrested Thursday after he allegedly drove through the course while intoxicated, almost taking out two women with his car before stopping his vehicle and approaching "the females in an aggressive manner" after they yelled at him. When Officer Brent Collins arrived on the scene, a witness told him "he was afraid for the women's safety and struck Mr. Rickard once above his left eye, knocking him down." Rickard was arrested and charged with reckless endangerment, disorderly conduct and public intoxication.

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