Florida Woman Arrested After Domestically Violent Pickle Fight
This woman surely found herself in a pickle.
In a bizarre turn of events, Glenda Turner, a 64-year-old resident of Bradford County, Florida was arrested on battery charges after an argument between her and her husband escalated out of control.
John Turner reportedly purchased pickles that Glenda didn’t approve of, causing her to confront him and eventually pick up a “wooden novelty piece” and throw it at his right ankle.
Afterward, she reportedly picked up a trophy football in a plastic case and tried to throw it as well, but John managed to stop her, and in the scuffle the football fell out of her hands and Glenda ended up falling into the door, cutting her arm and bleeding.
Despite refusing medical attention, Glenda was arrested and transported to the Bradford County Jail without incident. Her husband was presented with Victims/Witness Rights and Domestic Violence brochures but did not wish to press charges against his wife.
This strange case provides an example of the damaging power of domestic disputes, showing just how quickly something can spiral out of control. As such, it should serve as a reminder for people to be mindful of how their anger and emotions can impact their behavior, and those around them.
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The Drunk Adventure
Naples police have arrested a 36-year-old man who broke into their headquarters on Saturday night.
Joseph Moulton reportedly climbed a fence, found an unlocked car, and proceeded to hide behind some bushes before entering the building.
He then took a shower, changed into a police uniform, stole a $1,000 radio, and went to the women’s bathroom to, uh, leave a surprise...
Surprisingly, Moulton managed to do all of this without detection, that is, until he walked into a nearby 7-Eleven while wearing a police jacket. Someone there tipped off the police, but Moulton left the gas station.
The most impressive part? He left his wallet and ID behind in the car.
He was gone by the time police got there, but they found him a few hours later. He was shirtless at that point, so he apparently ditched the police uniform.
He tried to hide in some bushes again, but they got him in custody. It turned out he was so drunk, he didn't remember doing any of it.
When asked what inspired him to break into the police station, Moulton’s only comment was “Uh, don’t do drugs.”
He's facing charges of burglary and grand theft.
Hopefully, the rest of us can learn something from his story - namely, never drink and trespass at the same time.