I can't pass up an opp to post this mugshot. I couldn't help to thinking while reading this story about Matthew Miranda that there was no mention of drugs or alcohol. I guess some people are just high on life.
Matthew Miranda, of 523 First Ave., West Haven, was visiting a friend in Fairfield when he took her car without permission, police said Friday afternoon. When she tried to stop him from taking the car, police said Miranda physically "threw" the woman to the ground "several times."
After getting behind the wheel, police said Miranda drove his friend's car over the lawn and into an above-ground pool, knocking it down. The car, lawn and pool were damaged as a result, police said.
When officers arrived, Miranda allegedly fled and hid beneath the platform at the Southport railroad station for nearly a half hour. Train service was temporarily stopped in an effort to prevent Miranda from being run over. When trains began running again, police said Miranda emerged from beneath the platform and was arrested.
Because you are playing with fire. Another story highlighting the glamorous life of being high on bath salts.
The Chandler man accused of burning his son's hand because the child touched his Bible was under the influence of a designer drug, his mother said Monday.
"He was hallucinating that he was seeing demons and spirits and stuff," said Connie Salazar of her son, Johnny, 25.
"Who knows what else he could have done on that drug?" she said Monday, speaking to 12 News.
Salazar shares custody of the boys with their mother, who lives in Casa Grande. Both Salazar and the boys' mother live with their own parents. He was watching the children Sunday.
Salazar's parents noticed the red blistering on the wrist and hand of the 5-year-old after returning from church and asked Salazar what happened, Favazzo said.
Salazar told his parents he used a cigarette lighter to burn his son's hand and the back of his wrist, Favazzo said.
"The boy was touching his Bible, and he thought the boy may be possessed," Favazzo said.
The boy told his grandmother, "Well, Dad burned me for touching his Bible."
Salazar was talking gibberish and not making sense, Favazzo said.
Why does my other half have to put everything I need on the top shelves in the house? I notice that all the items in the house that she uses on a regular basis are on the lower shelves on the kitchen. Isn't that always the way. Last night I went looking for the Pepto after downing some hot wings and of course I have to get a stool out to get at it. The only thing on my mind as of late is where I can buy step stools to make my life easier. I wonder if she would like looking at those all over the kitchen every day. I guess I could just take and idea from these guys and make due with what I have at home but I don't the dog is going to like it much.