Ndanu Mwatha, 22, said the act, that led to the death of the bird, was in retaliation to the killing of his chicken by his employer.
Mwatha said his boss did not compensate him.
“I could not hold it anymore plus these people undermine me,” he said.
Area assistant chief Agnes Musili said Mwatha committed the act when the chicken entered his house.
“He is a shamba boy for one of the families around but he has rented a house at Etawa in Karura sub location,” Musili said.
She said Mwatha is being held at Mwingi police station and will be charged in court on Tuesday.
A man who called 911 late Wednesday night from his Westwood Avenue apartment just wanted to tattle on his wife for stealing his cocaine, Stark County Jail records said.
He told arriving police that there was no emergency.
“(He) called 911 because he claimed that his wife stole his cocaine,” the jail records said.
Police responded with an arrest.
But it wasn’t his wife.
The 39-year-old man had been wanted on an unrelated warrant charging him with driving under suspension. He also had a glass pipe that he told officers he uses to smoke marijuana, the jail records said.
Police arrested him on the warrant and on charges of misuse of 911 and drug paraphernalia possession. All of the charges against him are misdemeanors. The Repository does not typically name misdemeanor crime suspects.
The man was booked into the jail and released early Thursday pending a hearing in Alliance Municipal Court.
The records did not say whether the reportedly pilfered cocaine was recovered.
Marshall told him that his neighbor’s body was in the back of his pickup truck. They had been at odds for some time, and on Wednesday, the man threatened him with a gun, he told his attorney.
According to Harris, the man pistol-whipped his client in the face, giving him a bruise and knocking out a tooth. They struggled and fell to the ground. The gun went off.
“Unfortunately, someone, I believe, has passed,” Harris told the News-Press. “But Mr. Marshall … it appears to me as if this was a complete act of self-defense — preservation of life. That’s what he’s telling us.”
So far, the Lee County Sheriff’s Office says that Marshall is not under arrest and they are conducting an investigation into the bizarre case. The dead man was identified by police as Theodore Hubbell Jr.
Speaking to reporters outside of his law office, Harris said that he had recently advised his client to seek a restraining order against the man.
The conflict might have stemmed from Marshall’s plans to renovate a shed that he had placed on a property he purchased in Bokeelia, Fla., Harris said.
“This person had not wanted him to build in that area,” Harris said. “I guess that’s what he was angry about, but there were some consistent threats.”
One neighbor told CBS affiliate WINK News, however, that it was Hubbell who felt threatened by Marshall.
“He said, ‘I think I have a lunatic for a neighbor.’ I don’t know if he used that word, but somebody very not right in the head,” said Jill Hammer. Hubbell “would never have started a confrontation, he would have turned and walked away.”
According to his attorney, Marshall went back out to the property and Hubbell stopped him, saying that he wanted to apologize, according to Harris. Marshall approached Hubbell, who then pulled a gun.
“Mr. Marshall went into some sort of shock and didn’t know what to do,” Harris said. “What he knew was he could trust us.”
Marshall drove some 30 miles from Bokeelia to the lawyer’s office with the body in the back of his truck, Harris said. He may have called his wife, but Harris said that Marshall remembers very little about the drive.
Speaking to reporters late Wednesday, Harris said that Marshall was still “breathing heavy” and “looking like a man who has lost the world.” Later that night, he was taken to a hospital and treated for his injuries.
His law office is now a crime scene, which Harris said has put him in a state of disbelief as well.
“They don’t teach you about this in law school, that’s for sure,” he added.
A proper anime character huggy pillow seems to have become a critical component of the full fetish and fantasy regalia of a well-rounded otaku, but there are certain things you just can’t do with such a 2-D crush. Sure, anime girl pillows will let you squeeze them and passionately insert your sweet nothings into their non-existent eardrums, but no matter how fervently romantic you become, you can’t expect any sort of pillow talk from your pillow.
Unless, that is, you’re curled up beneath the sheets with the Ita-Supo, the first talkinghuggy pillow that responds to your touch with verbal responses, including angry outbursts if you get too grabby.
Developer Koichi Uchimura used to be a researcher at Kyushu Institute of Technology. While we’re not sure what precise field of academia he was involved with at the Fukuoka Prefecture university, his current mission in life is developing new technologies with which to “support people’s otaku life.”
No stranger to the allures of anime huggy pillows, or dakimakura, as they’re called in Japanese, Uchimura nonetheless was feeling unfulfilled. “When we’d sleep in the same bed, I’d start to think, ‘I wish she could talk,’ so I wanted to make that a reality.” The result was Rina Makuraba, whose family name is a pun on makura, the Japanese word for pillow.
The Ita-Supo isn’t as rudimentary as a button-activated speaker inside a pillowcase, though. As Uchimura explains in the product’s introductory video, “If you don’t rub her, she won’t make any sounds. You have to rub her.”
You can probably already see where this is going: straight to the breasts, which in this instance are accompanied by Rina meowing like a pleased kitty cat…
…followed by an excursion in Crotchland, which elicits a breathy, “No, not there,” but capped with a telltale heart mark to show she’s being coquettishly consensual.
“For otaku, this is the dakimakura of their dreams,” asserts Uchimura. But while that claim might make you imagine that Rina will let you do whatever you want with her, that’s actually not how the system works.
As shown in the video, the sensor responds differently to different kinds of stroking. Mash your palm over Rina’s chest, and she’ll get upset, saying, “Hey, that hurts!” and “Hey, hands off!” Uchimura even alludes to a cumulative effect, where a continual lack of gentleness will put Rina in such a bad mood she’ll stop talking to you altogether.
On the other hand, a smoother, more measured groping will instead produce a string of increasingly positive reactions.
Otaku who’re worried about a limited phrase set ruining the mood by making it feel like they’re making out with a 1994 Sega Genesis sports game announcer will be pleased to know that the Ita-Supo comes preloaded with over 500 speech patterns. Uchimura says that expansions are also planned, which can be downloaded to your smartphone, then transferred into the pillow.
Despite proudly referring to Rina as his wife in the video, Uchimura seems to have no qualms about sharing, or even selling, his anime spouse, and his campaign on Japanese crowdfunding site Makuake has already raised 302,000 yen (US $2,560) of the 500,000 yen it’s seeking. 20,000 yen will get you your very own touch-responsive dakimakura, featuring either Rina or alternate Ita-Supo stars Shion Kamitsuki and Shiho Natsuki.
If you’re feeling like your bed is both too lonely and too quiet, you can throw some cash at Uchimura. Who knows, if the response is positive enough, maybe for his next project he’ll equip that giant six-meter (19.7-foot) anime dakimakura we saw last month with a megaphone.
Kari Milberg is facing three counts of homicide after police say the 34-year-old was chatting on Facebook while driving, moments before getting into a crash that killed her daughter and her two nieces.
Her 11-year-old daughter, Lydia, was killed on impact. Milberg’s 5-year-old nieces, Laynie Jo Amos and Clara Pavek, would die at area hospitals.
Milberg was ejected from the vehicle and thrown down an embankment. However, she and her 3-year-old son, Easton, would survive along with the driver of the truck and his two passengers.
During their investigation, police would recover two cellphones inside the totaled vehicle. Milberg’s undamaged iPhone wasn’t found until almost four months later after the snow had melted, and would be one of the factors leading to her now facing criminal charges.
Wisconsin State Patrol determined bad tires and driver inattention to be a large contributing factors in the collision. Phone records would show that Milberg’s attention was diverted by the Facebook chat she was engaged in just two minutes before the crash.
“Driver distraction may explain why Milberg deviated from her southbound lane of travel to the outside shoulder before losing control,” according to the report.
Milberg is now facing three counts of homicide by negligent operation of a vehicle and one count of reckless driving. Last year we reported on a similar story involving death by Facebook driving. Luckily the only person who was killed was the person posting on Facebook moments before eating the grill of a truck.
According to the criminal complaint, the first incident happened in December when the teen woke up to find Pfeifer facing her while jacking off. He left the room immediately and did not touch her.
That same month, she woke up to, once again, find Pfeifer standing next to her bed masturbating. The teen asked Pfiefer what in the hell was he doing, to which Pfiefer left the bedroom without saying a word and went inside a hallway bathroom.
How there was ever a third incident I will never know, but in February the teen woke up to find Pfiefer standing over her bed basting his ham. Pfiefer’s girlfriend was in the same room and woke up to her younger sister’s screams and saw her boyfriend running out of the bedroom.
She told police that her younger sister was visibly upset and kept repeating “what do I do?” Possibly referring to the semen she saw on her sister’s face, hair and bedding.
Police were called and Pfiefer was arrested on charges of sexual assault of a child. If convicted of giving the teen an unwanted facial, he faces up to 25 years in prison and a $100,000 fine.