SACRAMENTO, Calif. – A man announces he’s looking for work, but shows up to his “job interview” wearing nothing but a smile.
The man identified as Joseph Ayala definitely didn’t get a job, but got into a wrestling match with police officers.
Authorities believe Ayala was high on meth and attempted to subdue him. Unfortunately, things escalated quickly and trying to capture a naked man is apparently like trying to grab a slippery fish. Continue Reading
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The Monkees reunion with Davy Jones, Mickey Dolenz and Peter Tork was at Beacon Theater, New York City, June 16 2011.
Davy Jones — lead singer of The Monkees — died after suffering a heart attack this morning … TMZ has learned.
An official from the medical examiner’s office for Martin County, Florida confirmed with TMZ they received a call from Martin Memorial Hospital informing them that Jones had passed away. Continue Reading
Iowa House Democrats this morning left the Capitol in protest of two gun bills the Republican majority had planned to debate today that critics contend would make the state part of the “Wild, Wild West.”
Calling it an act of “humanity” and “compassion” toward the city’s illegal immigrants, the Los Angeles Police Commission on Tuesday approved a controversial plan to limit the cases in which police officers impound vehicles of drivers operating without a license.
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Actors (from left) Michael Cudlitz, James Madio, Neal McDonough and Richard Speight, Jr., have their picture taken with Lynn “Buck” Compton during Compton’s 90th birthday celebration last month at Skagit Regional Airport. Compton, a World War II hero whose exploits are chronicled in the HBO series “Band of Brothers,” died Saturday at his home. Scott Terrell / Skagit Valley Herald
While much of the world considered Lt. Lynn Davis “Buck” Compton a highly decorated war hero, he was just “Dad” to daughter Tracy Compton.
“To us he wasn’t really a war hero, he was just a hero, period,” she said, of her father whose exploits as a member of the famous Easy Company were chronicled in HBO’s hit miniseries “Band of Brothers.” “We know everything he did, but to us he was just a family man. We remember him as the guy who took us camping every year and taught us how to ride bikes.”