Florida man unplugs bounce house, trapping kids inside

A Port St. Lucie mother is peeved after a neighbor’s actions landed two children in the hospital.

Deborah Romero threw a party for her daughter when all of the sudden the bounce house deflated, reports CBS 12.

Nearly a dozen 2-3-year-olds were trapped inside under the hot and heavy plastic. She recalled that one child had to be pulled out by his leg. Of the two hospital-bound children, one was treated for distress while the other was checked for injuries. Full Story ⤳

Florida Man Who Blamed Big Penis For Girlfriend’s Death Acquitted

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Richard Henry Patterson, Broward County Sheriff’s Office

The Florida man who claimed his girlfriend choked to death during oral sex was found not guilty of second-degree murder Monday.

Richard Patterson, 65, of Margate, was acquitted of killing 60-year-old girlfriend Francisca Marquinez in 2015 after a week-long trial, according to the Sun Sentinel.

During the trial, his lawyers initially argued that Marquinez died accidentally while performing oral sex on him at her apartment.

To bolster their defense, Patterson’s lawyers filed a motion to show his penis to the jury.

But after a medical expert testified that choking during the sex act was unlikely, the defense reversed course on the theory. The judge never ruled on the request to put Patterson’s member on display in court.

“That’s not the way she died,” defense lawyer Ken Padowitz said. “But that’s the way Richard Patterson thought she died.”

Instead, the defense argued that there was no way of knowing how she died. Medical examiners never determined the cause of death because Marquinez’s body was too decomposed.

“They still don’t know how she died,” said Padowitz, according to the Sun Sentinel.

The jury spent five hours deliberating before reaching a verdict.

If Patterson had been convicted, he would have faced life in prison.

Source: nypost.com

Florida man accused of stealing neighbor’s underwear, leaving others he wanted her to wear

Isitro Sanches

PANAMA CITY — A Bay County man has been arrested after he allegedly broke into a woman’s vehicle and home to leave underwear he wanted her to wear, according to arrest reports.

Isitro Sanches, 58, was charged Wednesday with stalking, three counts of burglary of an unoccupied dwelling and a count of burglary of an occupied dwelling.

The Bay County Sheriff’s Office initially responded in January to a stalking complaint.
The victim complained of finding ladies’ underwear left in her unlocked vehicle and at her home on the railing on the front porch. Handwritten notes to the victim were left with the underwear.

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Florida Man defensively parks his gigantic truck on top of road-raging Camry

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An 18-year-old Florida Man said he backed his Ford F-150 onto a Toyota Camry on Wednesday afternoon following a road rage incident in order to protect his girlfriend and an 11-month-old who was in the pickup truck, police said.

According to an arrest affidavit, Adalberto Aponte, 53, said he got into a verbal disturbance that ended when Zach Waring placed his pickup truck into reverse and backed up onto Aponte’s Camry.

Waring told police that Aponte had been driving recklessly since he appeared behind Waring’s truck. Waring said Aponte almost caused multiple crashes, and when he reached a red light at the intersection of Southwest 42nd Street and Southwest 27th Avenue, Aponte got out of his Camry, walked directly to Waring’s open driver’s window and “began to strike him in the face through the window multiple times,” police said.

The victim’s girlfriend yelled that there was a gun in the truck when Waring was unable to stop Aponte from punching him, a report states. There wasn’t a gun in the pickup truck, police said.

According to the report, Aponte said, “I’ll show you a real gun.” Full Story ⤳

Florida Man, 76, shoots wife in butt after she refuses sex

Donald Royce

An elderly newlywed who told police he had yet to consummate his marriage allegedly shot his wife in the butt for refusing his advances.

Donald Royce, 76, of Lehigh Acres, Florida, admitted to authorities that he shot his wife after an argument about the couple’s sleeping arrangements. Royce told deputies from the Lee County Sheriff’s Office that the couple had been married since August but had yet to solidify their union in the bedroom.

“I shot her and the gun is in my room,” Royce told responding officers. Full Story ⤳

Florida Man smears feces on his neighbor’s car over HOA rules

Alexander Ankudinov

JUPITER, Fla. (CBS12) — A man who police believe has a grudge against his Homeowner’s Association is accused of putting feces on a man’s car, twice.

The first incident happened last October. The President of the Riverwalk Homeowner’s Association told investigators he found feces on his Dodge Charger. The man told police he believed he was being targeted by one of the residents who had disagreements over the HOA rules. The incident was caught on video.

Police at the time gave 60-year-old Alexander Ankudinov, 60, a warning. Full Story ⤳

Palmetto man kills girlfriend’s rabbits and continues abuse

Bradenton — A Palmetto man convicted in 2014 of animal cruelty and battery after he killed his girlfriend’s pet rabbits — to demonstrate what he wanted to do to her after pushing her and threatening to kill her — has been found in violation of probation after being charged with abusing the same girlfriend.

Francisco Velasquez was found in violation of his probation for his felony animal cruelty convictions, according to a court order issued by Circuit Judge Susan Maulucci. Now Velasquez is facing five years in prison.

On Oct. 21, 2013, Velasquez got into an argument when he began cursing at her, pushed her and threatened to kill her and snap her neck.

But then Velasquez walked over to her pet rabbits’ cage, opened it and took out one of the rabbits. He beat the rabbit with his fist until it was dead, dropped it on the ground and took out the other rabbit and did the same. Full Story ⤳