Unfortunately, the good samaritan parked in the driveway of 71-year-old Moody, boxing him and his wife in for 10 minutes just as they were going to dinner.
Moody was allegedly very angry, and screamed at both the police and the woman who was trying to help an accident victim. When one of the officers tried to talk to him, the suspect reportedly pushed and shoved the officer while cursing profanely.
When officers attempted to arrest him, they say he resisted, then faked a heart attack, only to start hitting the officers when they removed one handcuff in an effort to help, according to KDKA.
Moody was eventually taken to the local police station, where he allegedly continued fighting the police, even throwing his false teeth and watch at officers, WPXI-TV reported.
He is facing several charges, including aggravated assault and making terroristic threats.
A lot of debate on who/how/where drones should be used in the news these days, but the K-Rock Morning Show thinks we can all agree that it’d be okay if Dominos used drones to deliver pizzas. Just better hope you pay
A girl who recently moved into her apartment decided to jump into the pool off the roof of their complex and was seriously hurt.
According to the girls mom her daughter and her friends were “being crazy young adults one afternoon”. Now, mom wants help paying for her teen daughter’s recovery.
The mother started a GoFundMe page in the hopes of raising $4,200 to pay off her daughter’s expenses and bills.
She explains the situation in the fund’s description:
“Nicole is expected to be disabled for at least 6 months to a year. She’s in a wheel chair. Not taking it very well I might add. The issue is that Nicole had just moved into her first house with the best roommates. Nicole not being able to work can’t pay her share of the bills. This threatens not only her losing her place to live, but her roommate’s as well. Their credit too.
In addition to rent, Carrie hopes to raise enough money to pay for Nicole’s food and toiletries until she’s fully healed.”
It is a city shrouded in myth, swallowed by the Mediterranean Sea and buried in sand and mud for more than 1,200 years. But now archeologists are unearthing the mysteries of Heracleion, uncovering amazingly well-preserved artifacts that tell the story of a vibrant classical-era port.
Known as Heracleion to the ancient Greeks and Thonis to the ancient Eygptians, the city was rediscovered in 2000 by French underwater archaeologist Dr. Franck Goddio and a team from the European Institute for Underwater Acheology (IEASM) after a four-year geophysical survey. The ruins of the lost city were found 30 feet under the surface of the Mediterranean Sea in Aboukir Bay, near Alexandria.
A new documentary highlights the major discoveries that have been unearthed at Thonis-Heracleion during a 13-year excavation. Exciting archeological finds help describe an ancient city that was not only a vital international trade hub but possibly an important religious center. The television crew used archeological survey data to construct a computer model of the city .
According to the Telegraph, leading research now suggests that Thonis-Heracleion served as a mandatory port of entry for trade between the Mediterranean and the Nile.
So far, 64 ancient shipwrecks and more than 700 anchors have been unearthed from the mud of the bay, the news outlet notes. Other findings include gold coins, weights from Athens (which have never before been found at an Egyptian site) and giant tablets inscribed in ancient Greek and ancient Egyptian. Researchers think that these artifacts point to the city’s prominence as a bustling trade hub.
Researchers have also uncovered a variety of religious artifacts in the sunken city, including 16-foot stone sculptures thought to have adorned the city’s central temple and limestone sarcophagi that are believed to have contained mummified animals.
While the Chester Bennington-fronted Stone Temple Pilots continue to move forward with plans to record new music, ousted singer Scott Weiland has brought forward a lawsuit against his former bandmates, alleging they conspired to kick him out of his own band. TMZ reports Weiland’s suit rhetorically asks, “How do you expel a man from the band that he started, named, sang lead on every song, wrote the lyrics, and was the face of for twenty years?” The shunned singer is asking a judge to formally dissolve the band partnership, bar the group from using the STP name, and wants $7 million in damages.
The wait is nearly over for the official release of the highly anticipated Black Sabbath album, 13, available this Tuesday, June 11. However, fans who simply can’t wait any longer to hear the band’s first all-new album since 1978’s Never Say Die! can take 13 for a test drive now exclusively on the iTunes Store. On July 25 in Houston, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame group will head out on a 20-city North American tour, wrapping September 3 in Los Angeles.
The members of Pearl Jam have passed along get-well wishes to former NBA star Mooky Blaylock, from whom the band borrowed its original name. The 46-year old former all-star was seriously injured last Friday when his car veered over the median and collided head on with a van heading in the opposite direction. A passenger in the van, Monica Murphy, died as a result of her injuries, and Blaylock has been charged with vehicular homicide, driving under a suspended license and failure to stay in his lane. Blaylock’s brother-in-law told USA Today the former basketball player had recently suffered a seizure. Finding themselves without a name prior to heading out on a tour with Alice in Chains, in 1990, Pearl Jam initially named themselves Mookie Blaylock, and titled their debut album, Ten, after their favorite player’s jersey number.
A New Jersey man who is fighting to regain custody of his young children–including one he named Adolf Hitler Campbell–showed up for a Family Court hearing wearing a full Nazi uniform and a Hitler mustache.
The child (and his three siblings) were taken into custody by state welfare officials, who accused him and his wife of child abuse. Dad claims he has never neglected his children.
When asked if wearing the Nazi uniform would hurt him in the eyes of the Family Court judge, dad told a TV reporter, “Well, if they’re good judges, and they’re good people, they’ll look within and not what’s on the outside.”