Spartanburg County deputies have arrested a man who they say hit his girlfriend with a workbook from his anger management class during an argument, and she cut his arm with a boxcutter.
Full story (Spartanburg, S.C., Herald-Journal)
Police Blotter of the Day: New Orleans police officer arrested after leading police officers on high-speed chase
Detectives said Miller sped off in his truck and led the officer on a high-speed chase.
During the chase Miller ran a stop sign, drove through a red light, drove at speeds near 90 miles per hour and committed other traffic violations.
Rule No. 46: There are only two kinds of gunfire: “sporadic” or “rapid-fire.”
Rule No. 45: Any gathering of more than two journalists at a presser or crime scene is a “media circus.”
Bass said the investigation revealed the 5-foot-3, 200-pound Hulse was aware of the search and had been hiding for several days in a breaker-control cabinet at the substation, which is surrounded by a metal fence topped with barbed wire. …
Bass said Hulse has been charged with possession of a controlled substance and is in custody pending a bond hearing.
Full story (Biloxi, Miss., Sun-Herald)
Rule No. 44: Firearms are never “held.” They are always “brandished.”
Troopers from the Mercer barracks say the buggy twice hit a passenger vehicle at a crossroads on Route 158 in Wilmington Township, about 6 p.m. Sunday.
The buggy then left the scene and its driver has yet to be identified.
Full story (AP via WPXI-TV of Pittsburgh)