Law and Order


High school football player faces 69 counts of indecent exposure for yearbook prank

On a dare, Arizona high school student Hunter Osborn let all the things hang out in his football team’s yearbook photo. His junk somehow managed to make it all the way to print unnoticed, and now the young man is in trouble with the law. Find out the very serious nature of his charges and let us know if you think the young man’s actions warrant the backlash.


Florida man sics pit bull on police, pit bull attacks Florida man’s butt


Sometimes man’s best friend turns out to be The Man’s best friend. This lesson was learned the hard way by Riviera Beach, Florida’s Avery Davis on Monday. According to a police report, 26-year-old Avery was attempting to run from police with an arm full of stolen hair care products when he instructed his pit bull to attack the officers. Avery’s plan bit him in the ass, however, as his pit bull literally bit him in the ass instead.

Police recommend charge against pro-gun activist shot by 4-year-old son


Police in Florida are pursuing a charge against Jamie Gilt, a mother and pro-gun activist, who was accidentally shot by her 4-year-old son while driving her husband’s truck on March 8. The story garnered worldwide headlines when it was revealed that Gilt is an outspoken advocate of gun rights. The day before the shooting occurred, Gilt posted on Facebook about how her son “gets jacked up to target shoot with the .22.”

Police report from Chumlee arrest reveals guns, drugs, ‘Chum Chum’ room with stripper pole…


Lovable Pawn Stars lackey Austin “Chumlee” Russell was arrested last week after police officers searched his home as part of a sexual assault case and found illegal drugs and weapons. Police have released a detailed list of items found during the search, which includes numerous weapons, meth, a TON of marijuana, and a couple items with “white powdery residue” found in the “‘Chum Chum’ room with dance pole.”