This intelligent looking fellow is Jarrod William Pardun. Jerrod, 28, really likes cars. He especially like to drive them fast. Everytime you see Jarrod Pardun tooling along in his automobile, you’ll find that he’s zipping here and zooming there. It seems like he’s always in a hurry to get where he’s going.
Now in many places that’s not really a problem. However, in a residential neighborhood where very young children are known to play, a wise person would tend to drive a little more cautiously, especially if that neighborhood happens to be the one you live in. Apparently Jarrod Pardun does not posses that wisdom.
Since the dawn of time, men have gone to great lengths for sex. Neanderthals clubbing their women and dragging them back to the cave. Knights slaying dragons to win the attention of their lady love. Pacts made in earnest with friends that everyone’s virginity will be lost by prom night (think American Pie). Take these three clowns from Dodgeville, Wisconsin. Apparently desperate times called for desperate measures as far as 20 year old twin brothers Nicholas and Alexander Grunke and their friend, 20 year old Dustin Radke were concerned. Perhaps that’s when they decided that if looking for girls at the local mall wasn’t going to work, maybe they should take a look at the local obituaries instead.
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FATHER OF TWINS FOUND GUILTY OF MURDER, NEGLECT
by Michelle Washington, The Virginian-Pilot Online
July 20, 2009, NORFOLK–The father of twin baby girls has been convicted of second-degree murder and two counts of child neglect.
Corey Bryant had been on trial since last week.
Bryant and his wife, Heaven Smith, had faced charges in connection with their daughters, Miracle and Heaven. Miracle died of starvation and neglect on April 8, 2008, the day Bryant returned home from a three-week Navy cruise. She was 10 months old.
Heaven was hospitalized for months but survived.
During Bryant’s trial, a judge heard testimony from Smith, who has previously pleaded guilty to neglect and murder. Smith said the couple often left the babies home alone in infant seats. She said she recalled her husband feeding the girls only four or five times.
Young Danny Fitch was a familiar sight on Amherst Street where he lived in Sacramento from 1983 until 1990. Often playing on his street from sun-up until sun-down with other kids on the block, the short skinny boy with wavy brown hair and almond colored eyes was easy to spot weaving in between friends amidst the whooping and hollering; all you had to do was look for the green A’s baseball cap he always wore. Baseball was a passion for the boy who collected cards and idolized Jose Canseco.
He liked TV and playing with cars when he was indoors, and during the hot summer days he was often in neighbors backyards splashing and jumping in their swimming pools. Danny attended Sloat Elementary just blocks up the street from his house. He was a good student and proud of his schoolwork. During the summer of 1990 the twelve year old was eagerly anticipating the start of middle school.
PETIT SEEKS NO-CONTACT ORDER AGAINST MURDER SUSPECTS, DEFENSE TEAM
by Alaine Griffin, The Hartford Courant
NEW HAVEN — – Defense attorneys for one of the suspects in a 2007 deadly home invasion robbery in Cheshire want to reach out to family members of the victims, but Dr. William Petit and his family have refused the offer and are asking a judge to block such contact.
State Victim Advocate Michelle S. Cruz and Hakima Bey-Coon, an attorney in the advocate’s office, filed a motion this week on behalf of Petit seeking a no-contact order against defendants Joshua Komisarjevsky and Steven Hayes, their lawyers and any other defense representatives.
Both men are accused of killing Petit’s wife, Jennifer Hawke-Petit, and their two daughters, 17-year-old Hayley and 11-year-old Michaela, in a July 23, 2007, attack inside their Cheshire home.
Anthony Lemontez King Jr. has two other children from a previous relationship, a daughter and a son. Shortly after he broke up with the woman he had said children with, he met Rochell Ward (her MySpace page) of North Stafford, Virginia. The couple’s sexytime activities resulted in the birth of a daughter, Khloe Ward, who would live just two short months.
On April 23rd, 2008, Rochell was outside her residence watching her other children. King was alone inside presumably caring for his infant daughter. Most daddies, when given a moment of alone time with their babies will cherish every second. My husband’s favorite past time for the first 6 months of our daughter’s life was to see how many times he could get a big gummy smile out of her all by himself before she fell back into one of those peaceful new-baby naps. Unfortunately for Khloe, her alone time with dad would result in 6 straight days of suffering and ultimately, death.
As you read this story; do me a favor, keep the idea of “irony” in mind. Hopefully, you will see what I mean at the end.
Let me tell you the story of Darryl Littlejohn. Born in 1965, it didn’t take this little guy long to fall into a life of crime. In 1977, at the ripe old age of 12, Darryl went to a parade. Hey, I probably liked parades at 12, too. Well, I don’t think Darryl was having too much fun at the parade because he decided it would be a good idea to rob a 70 year old woman for $49. Good take for a 12 year old, huh?
TEEN TAUNTS ANIMAL RIGHTS ACTIVISTS AFTER GUILTY PLEA FOR KILLING CAT IN OVEN
by Dorian Block, The Daily News
A heartless kitty killer hissed angrily at animal rights activists Wednesday, grinning widely as she took credit for stuffing the helpless pet into a 500-degree oven.
“It’s dead, bitch!” snapped an unrepentant Cheyenne Cherry, sticking her tongue out after a plea bargain that will put her behind bars for a year in the May 6 killing of tiny Tiger Lily.
Cherry, 17, was confronted after her guilty plea in Bronx Supreme Court to charges of animal cruelty and attempted burglary in the May 6 killing at her former roommate’s apartment.