Wednesday, June 28, 2017

STATE SENATOR JASON RAPERT SAYS HE KNEW TEN COMMANDMENTS MONUMENT WAS GOING TO BE DESTROYED - GOD TOLD HIM SO


GOD SPEAKING TO RAPERT THROUGH BURNING BUSH AND FORETELLING EVENTS


Just like it happened to Moses, God told State Senator Jason Rapert (R-Bigelow) that the Ten Commandment monument that had been erected just hours before on the State Capitol grounds would be smashed into pieces the following day.
RAPERT WITH MONUMENT YESTERDAY AFTER IT WAS PLACED AT CAPITOL


MONUMENT AFTER BEING RAMMED BY VEHICLE EARLY TODAY


Rapert lost it on an early morning tv show when discussing his talk with God and the monument being destroyed and began babbling incoherently and running around in circles.

 

Station personnel called 911 and Rapert was transported to the State Hospital for observation.




Rapert told crazy court officials that he was just "speaking in tongues" and "dancing in the spirit" . He is expected to be released pending a 72 hour hold.

We expect that he we be returning to the State Hospital for another visit after the  statue depicting Baphoment is erected on State Capitol grounds in October.

ARTIST SKETCH OF BAPHOMET STATUTE THAT WILL BE INSTALLED ON OCTOBER 31st



Saturday, October 8, 2016

LRPSD SCHOOL BUS INVOLVED IN ACCIDENT - DRIVER WAS FRIGHTENED BY CREEPY CLOWN


SCREENSHOT FROM BUS DASHCAM VIDEO MOMENTS BEFORE CRASH (IMAGE COURTESY OF LRPSD)


A bus from the Little Rock Public School District was involved in an accident Friday morning near the I-630/I-30 interchange when the driver was frightened by a creepy clown standing in the median.

LRPSD bus driver Lucious Washington told reporters,  "I saw him jump over the concrete divider and he looked like he was going to run right at me.

LUCIOUS WASHINGTON


"It was the most nerve-racking thing that has happened in my 13 years of driving these childrens.  The way he was holding that knife and looking at me all crazy-eyed, like he wanted to stick it in my windpipe just like in that Notorious B.I.G. song," said a clearly frazzled Washington.

According to the accident report, after seeing the scary clown Washington slammed on the brakes causing a SUV to smash into the rear of the bus.


No children were seriously injured, but several were transported to nearby Children's Hospital for treatment of minor cuts and bruises.




Arkansas State Police spokesman Bill Sadler said that reports of scary clown sightings are spreading across the United States and an investigation is underway to catch the clown that caused the accident.

Just last week Dustin Summers, a Whitehall Police Officer, was suspended for two days without pay after dressing up as a clown and posting a photo on his Facebook page.


This was on the heels of reports in Arkansas of sightings of clowns with weapons.

"To have that going on, numerous sightings of a clown with a weapon, then our officer dresses up as a clown with a weapon, that in itself was just a bad decision on his part," said Mickey Buffkin, an investigator with the White Hall Police Department.

Little Rock Police Chief Kenton Bucker urged the public to remain vigilant and to call 911 “if you see anything suspicious, anyone dressed up in a clown costume.” He also urged anyone who may spot creepy clowns in the future to take photos or record video footage and then turn them over to the police.


“The clowning around needs to stop,” said Buckner during a television news interview. “It’s illegal, it’s dangerous, it’s inappropriate, it’s creating community concern and I'm scared shitless of clowns.”

Bucker has asked the city board of directors to pass an emergency ordinance to ban the sale of clown costumes in Little Rock.

The Arkansas State Police and the Little Rock Police Department are asking if anyone has information that would assist them in their investigation into this matter to come forward.


Wednesday, July 20, 2016

COMCAST WORKER WRECKS WHILE PLAYING POKEMON GO

WRECKED COMCAST VAN AT 11600 MARA LYNN ROAD



According to reports, a Little Rock Comcast worker was driving on Mara Lynn Road this morning and flipped his van on its side while playing Pokemon Go.

Tommy Gassman, an installer for Comcast, had just finished one job and was on his way to another when he decided he would play a quick game of Pokemon Go.

 
PHOTO OF GASSMAN FROM HIS FACEBOOK PAGE

As Gassman was approaching That French Salon on Mara Lynn Road, a Zapdos appeared on his game screen.

 
LRPD WAS ABLE TO CONFIRM GASSMAN'S CLAIM OF A ZAPDOS APPEARING OUT OF NOWHERE


Gassman was so excited that he lost control of the vehicle, hit the curb and flipped the van he was driving on its side. 

A spokesman for Comcast told us that it is against company policy for employees to text, Snapchat, or play games on phones while driving. 

LRPD chief of police Kenton Bucker told us that Pokemon Go is "a tool of the devil and is a leading cause of crime, other than the heat, in Little Rock." 

Gassman was unavailable for comment as witnesses advised after he crawled out of the van he ran down the street towards Bowman Road yelling, "a Zapados, a Zapdos!"

LRPD found Gassman running in circles in the Goodwill parking lot and took him to the Northwest station for questioning.

No word on the Zapados at the time of publishing.

Monday, May 2, 2016

LRPD SHUTS DOWN 5TH GRADE GANG AT FULBRIGHT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


LRPD HAD FULBRIGHT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL UNDER LOCKDOWN DURING RAID

The Little Rock Police Department, after conducting a three month undercover operation, executed a raid at Fulbright Elementary School on Pleasant Valley Drive today.

The LRPD Vice Squad acting on information from the school principal, Sherkeyer Jackson, inserted an undercover operative into the school to investigate suspected gang activity.

The investigation was given the code name Operation Wild Boys.

Jackson had relayed concerns to LRPD about a group of 5th grade boys that had formed a "club" named The Senators. The boys began dressing in suits and at first she thought it was cute and that they were just trying to set a good example.

MEMBERS OF THE SENATORS (FACES MASKED DUE TO JUVENILE STATUS)

After a few weeks, Jackson noticed that the "club" and other students were gathering together on the playground in a circle. When she or other teachers walked over to see was was going on, the group would disperse. Members of The Senators became more aggressive towards staff and other students seemed to be afraid of them. The club took over a stall in one of the boys restrooms and appeared to be using it as an office.  That's when Jackson realized the club had transformed into a gang.

So the Vice Squad enrolled a special LRPD officer in the 5th grade to try and find out what was going on.

LRPD SPECIAL OFFICER "X" AND HIS HANDLER

At first Officer "X" just observed the group from a distance.  Then he would try and get closer to them when they were on the playground.  One day he was invited by a member to play a game with them at recess. 

Officer "X" discovered that the game the group was playing was craps.  The gang would let an unsuspecting student win a roll or two then the fix was in. At first the stakes were only small change then increasing to a few dollars.  As the game progressed, students would bet their bicycles, iPhones and other valuables as they ran out of money.

After several weeks of careful planning with the school and the Little Rock School District, LRPD was ready to catch the gang in the act.

At today's lunch recess, when the gang had their craps game going, LRPD locked down the school and sent the SWAT team in to make arrests.

Parents were notified and asked to come pick up their children after the gang members had been placed into custody and hauled off to the Pulaski County Juvenile Detention Center.

LRPD conducted a brief press conference after the raid and gave the details of the investigation and arrest to reporters. 

LRPD SPOKESMAN LT.STEVE MCCLANAHAN BRIEFS THE PRESS ON OPERATION WILD BOYS

LRPD advises parents of the children that lost crap games and had to give the gang their bicycles, iPhones and other valuables to contact the LRPD Property Division and make a claim for the items return.

LRPD CONFISCATED A TRUCKLOAD OF BICYCLES THE GANG OBTAINED IN PLAYGROUND CRAP GAMES 

Requests for comments from the Little Rock School District were unanswered and the Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney's Office indicated that they would have a press conference tomorrow and would answer questions at that time.  












Tuesday, April 12, 2016

ARKANSAS TRAVELERS LOSE GAME AND PLAYER IN SINKHOLE

SINKHOLE IN CENTERFIELD


The Monday night game for the Arkansas Travelers was a sad one as they not only lost the game but they lost right fielder Brandon Bayardi in a sinkhole.

BAYARDI IS STILL MISSING AFTER FALLING INTO SINKHOLE

Bayardi was backing up centerfielder Bo Way when he suddenly disappeared into the ground.

Fans thought that the Travs had a fake sinkhole open up and have Bayardi fall into it as a publicity stunt. That notion was short-lived when the game was halted and emergency responders filled the outfield looking for Bayardi.

Travs manager Mark Parent told reporters "you know we had problems with sinkholes in the winter and we thought we had them fixed, we ain't giving up hope that we can find that ginger bastard Bayardi."

The Pulaski County Sheriff's Office Water Patrol unit searched the Arkansas River for several hours.

PCSO WATER PATROL UNIT WITH DICKEY-STEPHENS PARK IN THE BACKGROUND

Unfortunately, the PCSO Water Unit only found Bayardi's glove.


The Travs are expected to continue the series with Friso and fans will be given a yellow armband as they enter the stadium.

Parent also stated "the team will not give up hope that Bayardi will be found safe and sound and a little pissed off."

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

UALR SHUTS DOWN CAMPUS AFTER SHARK SIGHTED IN FLOOD WATERS

UALR PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICERS CAUTIOUSLY APPROACH SHARK IN DITCH



The University of Arkansas-Little Rock shut down its campus at around 4:00 p.m. today due to a large shark being discovered in a drainage ditch.

UALR biology professor Dr. Marco Polo told us that finding a shark after flooding is not so unusual.  Dr. Polo stated that during heavy rains, water floods from the Arkansas River and sometimes sharks are whisked out of the river into nearby streams and creeks.

The UALR Department of Public Safety responded with some tranquilizer darts in an attempt to capture the shark so it could be put on display in a large tank in front of the Donaghey Student Center.

UALR Chancellor Joel E. Anderson, who is retiring in June,  released a statement shortly after closing the campus and cancelling evening classes. "Hopefully the shark can be safely and humanely captured and not be injured.  Having it on display will complete my legacy." 


Sunday, March 27, 2016

PULASKI COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE COWBOY UP'S WITH NEW GEAR


PULASKI COUNTY SHERIFF DOC HOLLADAY SHOWS OFF NEW WESTERN GEAR FOR DEPUTIES


The Pulaski County Sheriff's Office is changing up it's uniforms at an estimated cost of $215,000. They are spending $24,633.58 for cowboys hats (120 Stetson black felt hats at $155 each) and 142 Resistol straw hats (at $42.49 each); $6,043.20 for 120 hat covers (at $50.36 each); $10,199 for 120 black Roper boots with spurs (at $84.99 each) and $179,800 for 120 Colt Peacemaker pistols (at $1,499 each).

Sheriff Doc Holladay said "the money was available and we needed to improve our image."  It's the third image revamp Holladay has instituted since he was elected in 2006. He changed the uniform color from dark blue to tan, the vehicle colors from white with blue stripes to black and gold.


"I wanted our uniforms to resemble those from the Andy Griffith Show to make folks feel more comfortable with us," said Holladay. "The black and gold for the cars is from a tiger. Tigers are bad ass animals and we wanted to project that we are bad asses too," quipped Holladay.


Deputies say the new gear makes they feel better about themselves and more like real lawmen.

DEPUTIES CONGRATULATE EACH OTHER ON THEIR NEW LOOK