Pug vs SWAT team

During a standoff in Phoenix, this little guy decided he was gonna go give the SWAT team and their German Shepard a piece of his little mind.  Lucky he didn’t arrested for obstruction.  Livin’ the PUG life.

VIDEO: Fight breaks out at MN gym

A huge fight at an LA Fitness gym in Roseville, MN started over a call on a basketball court, and led to 10 to 15 people being involved.

A police rep said, “People were actually throwing two and a half, five, 10 pound weights within the building,” but this recent fight is just part of a bigger problem.

Police say the gym has been plagued with crime in recent years, and they responded to

147 incidents there in 2013.

Police are frustrated with the gym because their requests to put in security cameras or have guards on site have all been denied, making it difficult for them to take action.

Three adults and three juveniles were arrested after this latest brawl, and one person was taken to a hospital and treated for a concussion.

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Mom Holds Man At Gunpoint With a BB Gun For Having Sex With Her Teen Daughter (VIDEO)

A South Carolina mom held a 23-year-old man at gunpoint with a BB gun after she caught him having sex with her 15-year-old daughter.

The man met the girl on the messenger service Kik and they had been dating for a month or so.

He came over to the house, snuck in through her bedroom window, and had consensual sex with her.

As he went to leave through the same window he came in, the mom showed up holding a bb gun that looked very much like a real rifle.

She held the unloaded gun on the man until cops showed up and arrested him for third degree sexual assault of a minor. It could get him 10-years in prison.

Git your cure-all ‘Jesus Shots’ in OK for $300

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An Oklahoma man who goes by the name of “Dr. Mike” is giving people what he calls a ‘Jesus shot’. He claims the potion can cure all.

He had his license to practice medicine in Ohio revoked back in 2005, and after he served time in prison, he moved to Oklahoma.

He’s been injecting folks with this ‘Jesus shot,’ which he claims cures all pain for life. He’s been charging people $300 a shot at his clinic.

A website that outs people who pretend to have military service started looking into him.

He claims to be a former Special Forces doctor that helped develop the Jesus Juice while in the military. He says it’s been used for years to cure any ailment.

The Oklahoma Medical Board is allowing him to practice medicine, unsupervised, for the next 12 years.