locked out of her car earlier this month, Brenda Crosdale, 49, called 911 and claimed that an infant was trapped in the vehicle.
But when a sheriff’s deputy responded to a “priority one lockout” at Crosdale’s Florida home at around 9 AM on October 6, he “saw no child” inside vehicles parked in the driveway. When Deputy Michael Cavanaugh asked a male on scene about the whereabouts of the infant, the man replied, “Brenda only said that to get you guys here quicker.”
The deputy then questioned Crosdale inside her Vero Beach home, and “she stated she only said a child was inside her vehicle to get the vehicle open quicker,” according to an Indian River County Sheriff's Office report. Crosdale, a nurse, was then arrested for misuse of the 911 system. Pictured in the above mug shot, Crosdale was briefly booked into jail, where she was released after posting $500 bond on the misdemeanor count. thesmokinggun
In conjunction with the NBA and the Brooklyn Nets, Jay-Z will be auctioning off ten limited edition “Carter #4″ jerseys to benefit his Shawn Carter Foundation. With 800 produced–only 100 units were available per day during the days Jay-Z performed at Barclays Center–each jersey is actually numbered and dated for future authentication. of those, Jay-Z personally autographed ten jerseys with “Peace JAY Z” on the dated tag of October 3, 2012. Place Bid Here freshnessmag
after recently dropping that Jeezy diss video, Gucci releases his latest project "Trap God" w| features from Rick Ross, Waka Flocka, Meek Mill, Kirko Bangz & more. track list and download link after the jump...
A couple who decided to have sex atop an outdoor table at a Florida restaurant--in full view of families dining nearby--avoided criminal charges because witnesses declined Monday night to provide statements to police.
The manager of Paddy Murphy's, an Orlando eatery, summoned cops after he "was notified by several patrons that a couple was having sex on a table in view of minor children," according to an Orlando Police Department report. Tom Murphy told officers that he approached the couple early Monday evening and told them to stop. But the man, identified by cops as Jeremie Calo, responded, "She can't get up at this time."
Calo, 32, was referring to his companion Tiffani Lynn Barganier. Calo and Barganier, 32, are pictured above. Murphy told police that he directed Calo to "Compose yourself, pay your tab or I'll call the police." Calo, however, signed his check "NO" and then scuffled with a restaurant employee when he tried to leave without paying.