07 Dec 2018

Cemetery caretaker desecrated dozens of graves, tossed remains in woods: cops

A former Connecticut cemetery caretaker was cuffed Thursday in connection with the desecration of dozens of graves.

Bridgeport police said they found piles of human bones, casket pieces and headstones chucked like trash into the woods around the Park City Cemetery to make way for the newly dead. They also found new graves stacked on top of old ones, separated by a new layer of dirt.

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07 Dec 2018

Teacher blames 15-year-old student victim for affair

A married substitute teacher in Michigan convicted of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old boy was scolded by a judge and a prosecutor during her sentencing Wednesday after admitting that she “tried to find comfort wherever” she could with the illicit affair.

Allyson Brittany Moran, 27, was sentenced to 25 months to 15 years in prison for third-degree criminal sexual conduct, but not before a prosecutor and judge blasted her for blaming the victim by claiming he initiated the sexual assaults, the Lansing State Journal reports.

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07 Dec 2018

Spanish teacher faces 20 years for allegedly having sex with kid at school

A former Spanish teacher at a high school in Alabama had sex with a student on campus, according to an arrest affidavit.

Natasha Patronsky, a 24-year-old former teacher at Sidney Lanier Senior High School in Montgomery, allegedly had sex with a male student at the public high school during the afternoon of Nov. 8, according to an affidavit cited by the Montgomery Advertiser.

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07 Dec 2018

An eel somehow got stuck in a monk seal’s nose. It’s rare, but it happens.

NORTHWESTERN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS (HawaiiNewsNow) – How did an eel get stuck in a seal’s snout? Nobody really nose.

A photo recently posted by the Hawaiian Monk Seal Research Program is getting some good laughs online.

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07 Dec 2018

Giant, crazy-looking salamander discovered in Florida swamp

You’ll find plenty of interesting creatures if you march through a Florida swamp. There are alligators and crocodiles, of course, as well as various species of snakes and other creepy-crawlies, but one animal in particular has eluded scientists for a while. It’s a species of giant salamander that can grow up to 2 feet long, and researchers only just now documented its existence.

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