Man arrested after he epically failed to murder his wife in cold blood
BRADENTON, FL — One woman is lucky to be alive after Karma Chameleon hit her abusive husband in the neck recently.
Steven Pinel, 49, shot his wife in the face at around 23:49 as she slept in their home. The blow, however, "didn't render her unconscious," Police Chief Michael Radzilowski told the Bradenton Herald.
Chief Radzilowski said "there was an issue" with the gun and Mr. Pinel was not able to keep firing. His wife was able to flee.
Mr. Pinel -- wearing only briefs -- also allegedly fled the scene, according to Dreamin' Demon. Police say he crashed his vehicle in a ditch, breaking his neck in the process.
Not only does Mr. Pinel has a crook neck, but he has a broke neck and at least three criminal charges. He's been charged with charged with attempted murder, domestic battery and carjacking, according to the Manatee County Sheriff's Office. [Huffington Post Crime]
Myrtle Beach woman arrested for threatening to make hubby into eunuch
According to the Horry County Sheriff's Office, Susan Geracie's husband said that she woke him up at 3:00 Tuesday to argue with him. During the domestic dispute, Ms. Gracie then threatened to cut her husband's penis, scrotum, testes and testicles off.
The man told Ms. Geracie to leave him alone as he had to go to work in a few hours.
Ms. Geracie (pictured), 41, was arrested and charged with verbal criminal domestic violence and taken to J. Reuben Long Detention Center. [WBTW News 13]
Mayhem in the AM cancelled after blatantly offensive remarks about ALS from hosts
ATLANTA, GA — Mayhem in the AM is no more on WQXI-AM.
Hosts Nick Cellini, Stephen "Steak" Shapiro, and Chris Dimino were axed on Tuesday after mocking ex-New Orleans Saint Steve Gleason, who is battling ALS. The segment aired on Monday morning during the "Mayhem In the AM" show on 790 The Zone in Atlanta.
Seven Ninety (790) The Zone General Manager Rick Mack announced the dismissals and apologized on behalf of the station in a statement.
"We deeply regret the offensive programming that aired this morning on “Mayhem In The AM” on 790 The Zone, related to former New Orleans Saints player Steve Gleason and his battle with ALS. We suspended the three individuals involved immediately following their comments and have since terminated their employment. 790 The Zone, our owners, sponsors and partners in no way endorse or support this kind of content. We sincerely apologize to Mr. Gleason, his family and all those touched by ALS."
Here is the audio clip of the remarks.
[Huffington Post Sports]