WHO@ Newsletter - July 5, 2011

I couldn't make this up if I tried...Was she charged with two deadly weapons?
Woman sprays police with breast milk
A lactating U.S. woman was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct after she sprayed sheriff's deputies with breast milk as they tried to remove her from a vehicle, police said on Monday.

Ohio-resident Stephanie Robinette, 30, was arrested and charged with domestic violence and assault linked to a domestic dispute, as well as resisting arrest and disorderly conduct, according to the Delaware County Sheriff's Office.

It said Robinette's husband told authorities the pair had been attending a wedding when his wife got drunk and started a dispute. He said that she hit him multiple times before locking herself in her car outside a banquet facility on Saturday.

Sheriff Walter L. Davis III said that when police approached the car to speak to her, she yelled profanities and refused to get out.

"When deputies attempted to remove Robinette from the vehicle she advised the deputies that she was a breastfeeding mother and proceeded to remove her right breast from her dress and began spraying deputies and the vehicle with her breast milk," Davis said.

Robinette was later removed from the car and arrested after more deputies arrived on the scene.

"This is a prime example of how alcohol can make individuals do things they would not normally do," Davis said.

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(DISCLAIMER: The following news items were found on the web and were not written or endorsed by WHO@; they are for informational purposes only)

Edward Achorn: When a union official plays with fake campaign e-mails - 07/05/11
I have seen many bizarre things since coming to Rhode Island in 1999, but few spectacles as pathetic as last week’s trial of $119,959-a-year union leader John Leidecker for, in essence, behaving like an overgrown eighth-grade bully.

Stalking inquiry begins - 07/05/11
THE UK's first independent inquiry into stalking and harassment begins taking evidence on Thursday. The first session will cover cyber stalking and look at the work of the National Stalking Helpline.

US-based firm fined for running website www.arunjaitley.com - 07/04/11
A US-based private company was on Monday asked by the Delhi High Court to pay a fine of Rs five lakh to senior BJP leader Arun Jaitley for harassing him by running a website www.arunjaitley.com and refusing to transfer the domain name to him.

Kyrie Irving files police report against woman he met on Twitter - 07/04/11
Kyrie Irving, who the Cleveland Cavaliers selected with the No. 1 overall pick in last month’s NBA Draft, has filed a police report in West Orange, N.J., against a woman he claims has been threatening him via Twitter, according to multiple reports. The woman, Jessica Jackson, goes by the Twitter handle “RealMissHawaii. She has posted and continues to post tweets that are too graphic to re-post.

Wild Facebook parties could be banned in Germany - 07/04/11
Wild parties organised on Facebook could be banned in Germany after a series of gatherings advertised on the website descended into violence.

Man threatened ex-girlfriend with Internet messages - 07/03/11
An Internet conversation between a 27-year-old woman and her 37-year-old ex-boyfriend escalated into threats and harassment, police said. The woman left her ex-boyfriend, who is the father of her two children, and moved into her parents' house with her children on Thursday, police said.

Pranks add to discomfort of internet users - 07/03/11
For a young professional, it came as a rude shock. Usmita Singh (name changed) started getting obscene phone calls on her mobile phone late at night all of a sudden. The distressed woman could not identify the voice on the phone and the caller number also kept on changing. Some of those were from PCOs in Rajasthan.
Internet bringing out your dark side? - 07/02/11
In the good old days, celebrities used to get drunk at awards ceremonies, hurl insults and occasionally punches at each other. But these days the internet is the virtual bar where they brawl. Just recently, British columnist Julie Burchill accused Lily Allen of being an “over-privileged cry-baby”. The pop star retaliated on Twitter by accusing Julie of being “an ignorant and bitter old troll”.

For sale: your mobile phone number - 07/02/11
A salesman for an Indian company offered details of telephone numbers of people without any proof they had given permission to receive texts ­ opening the way to them being bombarded with messages including ones enticing them to claim compensation for accidents or mis-sold financial products.

Woman steals TV by having Craigslist buyer come to victim's house, pull it off wall, records say - 07/01/11
Melissa Pemberton stole her mother's 42-inch TV two days before Christmas, according to court records. Here's how she did it: First, she sold it for $100 on Craigslist, a classified ad website, then she had the buyer show up at her mother's house in Maitland, pull it off the wall and haul it away, according to her arrest report.

North Somerset stalker put tracking device on ex-girlfriends's car - 07/01/11
An obsessed ex-boyfriend who stalked his former partner and made her life “hell” after fitting a tracker device to her car was spared jail yesterday. Nicholas Royce, 45, attached the gadget to Sarah Conning’s car after she left him to go out with one of his friends.

Think before you sext - 06/30/11
You may have trouble accepting this from some 39-year-old balding bloke who’s sitting at a computer in tracksuit bottoms and with chocolate smeared around his mouth, but here goes, regardless: sexual flirtation isn’t what it used to be.

Fayette Co. youths face online harassment charge - 06/30/11
Fayette County Sheriff Keith Korenek reports that after a month long investigation, two juvenile males from Fayetteville have been charged in an Online Harassment case.
The suspect juveniles made up a fake Facebook account in another juvenile’s name and posted messages on the social networking site without the knowledge or consent of the other juvenile, and with the intent to harm, defraud, intimidate or threaten the juvenile victim.

ACLU files lawsuit against TN over online harrassment law - 06/29/11
Members of the ACLU are filing a lawsuit against the state of Tennessee over a new law which targets online harassment.

Woman accused of stalking family - 06/28/11
It all started last winter with a Facebook posting. It ended with the arrest of a Brooksville woman Sunday night accused of pestering and terrorizing a family.

Man's 'Dirty' Emails To Other Man End With Cyberstalking Charge - 06/27/11
A man emailed vulgar remarks to another man in an attempt to initiate a sexual relationship, according to arrest warrant affidavits. Kevin H. Moore, 47, of 1407 Shannon Bradley Road, Gastonia, is charged with cyberstalking.


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