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News of the weird
« on: December 28, 2013, 01:43:11 PM »
2 arrested after "Ten Commandments" argument turns violent


Two residents of Cartersville may have not directly broken one of the Ten Commandments, but they did break the law when their fight over the sacred covenant turned violent.

According to police reports, Carolyn Unfricht and Daniel Camarda were inside a Cartersville hotel arguing about the Bible and specifically the Ten Commandments

Unfricht told police things got heated when she hit him across the face with her Bible. Camarda retaliated by throwing her across the room.

Both are now facing battery charges and not surprisingly, the police report states they were "highly intoxicated" at the time of the arrest.

This second one, I am not sure she wasn't justified in her acts but guess we will have to leave it up to a jury.

Police: No beer led to ceramic squirrel stabbing

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - South Carolina authorities say a 44-year-old woman angry at a man for returning home without beer on Christmas beat and stabbed him with a ceramic squirrel.

The Charleston County Sheriff's office says in a report that deputies found a man covered with blood when they arrived at Helen Williams' North Charleston home early Wednesday. She told investigators the man fell and cut himself, but couldn't explain why her hands and clothes were also bloody.

Deputies say the man said Williams was so angry when he returned without beer because stores were closed on Christmas Eve that she grabbed a ceramic squirrel, beat him in the head, then stabbed him in the shoulder and chest.
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Re: News of the weird
« Reply #1 on: December 30, 2013, 03:25:33 PM »
Unfricht told police things got heated when she hit him across the face with her Bible.
There's "Bible thumpers" and then there's "Bible-whooping-upside-the-head-ers."
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