Published: January 19, 2012 | News Blog | 1432 Clicks
Police say a man tried to rob a western Pennsylvania gambling parlor by threatening to spread a staph infection.
Police say 41-year-old Fred Parker, walked into Lucky's Internet Cafe in Sharon on Monday night and began touching the walls and gambling machines, claiming he has MRSA - a serious staph infection that resists antibiotics.
Parker was arraigned by District Judge Dennis M. Songer, Sharon, and taken to Mercer County Jail after failing to post bond.
A husband knocked on the door of his wife's home expecting her to answer the door. Another man he recognized opened the door and punched the husband on the right side of the face around the eye. When the husband fell to the ground, the other man kicked hi
Al Unser Jr.
Indiana authorities charged racecar driver Al Unser, Jr., with domestic battery in July 2002. The two-time Indianapolis 500 champion checked into a rehabilitation facility shortly thereafter, and prosecutors did not press criminal charges.