A 33-year-old man and 29-year-old woman had sex in a squad car after being pulled over for drunken driving in Oconto County.
Travis Husnik of Luxemburg and Heather Basten of New Franken were being transported in August to the Oconto County Jail when they started having sex in a squad car. The deputy stopped the car, told Husnik to pull his pants back up, then put Husnik in the front seat.
Musician Ted Nugent took to the Internet on Wednesday to decry what he called "Ferguson thugs" and "a plague of black violence," demanding that blacks stop supporting liberals because of what he saw as biased media coverage of the recent Ferguson police shooting.
In a diatribe on World Net Daily, Nugent complained that "our national propaganda ministry reported ad nauseum the detailed description and race of Michael Brown and that of the police officer who killed him."
"Based on crime stats in Ferguson and elsewhere, it would be a safe bet to assume the two thugs the police are looking for are black males between the age of 15 and 25," Nugent added.
Student participants said their demonstration was organized by word of mouth and social media. Many waved American flags and carried signs, including messages that read "There is nothing more patriotic than protest."
"I don't think my education should be censored. We should be able to know what happened in our past," said Tori Leu, a 17-year-old student who protested at Ralston Valley High School in Arvada.
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VATICAN CITY (AP) -- The Vatican says it has put its former ambassador to the Dominican Republic under house arrest following allegations he sexually abused young boys in the Caribbean country.
Josef Wesolowski has already been defrocked after the Vatican's canon law court found him guilty in June and imposed its toughest penalty: laicization, or returning to life as a layman. On Tuesday, the Vatican's separate criminal court opened a preliminary hearing into his case and ordered him placed under house arrest. read more
A Bonner County, Idaho, woman allegedly gnawed through the upholstery of a sheriff's car while being taken to jail. Staci Anne Spence is charged with felony malicious injury to property because the seat cost exceeded $1,000, according to court documents. Spence, 42, was arrested Thursday morning after allegedly dousing a couple with pepper spray as they slept in a van. While being taken into custody, she allegedly pulled away from two deputies who were holding her arms and kicked a third deputy before being subdued. She was put in leg restraints and placed on her stomach in the back of a deputy's sport utility vehicle.