DIPSHIDIOT OF THE DAY: Julie Miller of Arjay Kentucky

YOU MEAN DOG PEE DOES NOT WORK?

Hey lady, it looks like urine quite some trouble! Julie Miller, from Kentucky, was busted by police officers for trying to pass her dog’s pee as her own so she could show she was clean. Now I have to be honest about this, I would have never thought to use dog urine to pass a drug test. So even though this is highly stupid, I have to give her credit for thinking of it in the first place. Desperate times call for desperate measures and she did everything in her power to avoid going to jail again.

According to authorities, the 40-year-old was asked for bad urine for a drug test as part of her schedule probation visit. According to Pineville Police Department Mueller ” snuck in a sample of urine” in an attempt to pass it off as her own. It’s like she has never taken a drug test before.

That’s when her probation officer determined that the urine didn’t belong to the woman, and confronted her about where it came from. She then told officers that she brought the urine from home and it was indeed her dogs. She told officers that she knew that she would fail the drug test, admitting to using methamphetamine and the painkiller Suboxone.

Police officers arrested and booked the woman into Bell County Detention Center due to probation violation, and is facing charges for trafficking in a controlled substance and tampering with physical evidence.

She tried, she really really tried. But what makes this even more hilarious was the fact that she should know officers would find the pee in the first place. That’s what they are trained to do, lady. They are going to search everywhere. Did you really think you were going to get away with using dog urine? Ah, I love people.

PINEVILLE KY POLICE DEPARTMENT
PRESS RELEASE
Monday, December 30, 2019


(Pineville, Ky.) On Monday, December 30, 2019 at 3:16pm Pineville Officer Michael Smith was dispatched to the Bell County Probation and Parole Office to speak with Officer Stewart.

Upon arrival and speaking with Officer Stewart, Officer Smith was advised that 40 year old Julie Miller of Arjay Kentucky was at the office for her regular probation visit. As a part of her supervision, Miller was asked for a drug screen. Officer Stewart told Officer Smith that Miller had snuck in a sample of urine in an attempt to pass it off as her own to probation and parole officers.

After being read her rights, Miller asked to speak with Officer Smith. The officer asked if the urine was hers and she admitted it was not, that it was her dog’s urine. She was asked by Officer Smith if it was brought in because she knew she would fail the drug test and she stated yes. She said her test would show she had used methamphetamine and Suboxone.

Julie Miller was arrested and lodged in the Bell County Detention Center charged with tampering with physical evidence.

She was later served a probation violation at the detention center by probation and parole and a short time afterward, a trafficking in controlled substance warrant by the Bell County Sheriff’s Department.

NATIONAL PARK FREE ADMISSION DAYS IN 2020

The National Park Service will have five entrance fee-free days in 2020. On each of these significant days of celebration or commemoration, all national parks will waive entrance fees.

The dates for 2020 are:

● Monday, January 20 – Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

● Saturday, April 18 – First Day of National Park Week/National Junior Ranger Day

● Tuesday, August 25 – National Park Service Birthday

● Saturday, September 26 – National Public Lands Day

● Wednesday, November 11 – Veterans Day

“Across the country, more than 400 national parks preserve significant natural and cultural areas, each one an important piece of our national identity and heritage,” said National Park Service Deputy Director David Vela. “Free entrance days serve as additional motivation for people to get outside and enjoy these places of inspiration and recreation.”

Since their inception almost 150 years ago, national parks have protected resources and provided places for public health and enjoyment. With at least one site in every state, the National Park Service’s 419 parks, recreation areas, cultural sites, rivers, and trails are accessible destinations that supply benefits for overall physical and mental wellbeing. Time spent in nature reduces stress and blood pressure and often leads to lifestyle choices that include more exercise and better nutrition. Paddling, bicycling, walking, fishing, star gazing, and camping are just some of the many memorable and healthful recreational activities available in national parks.

Veterans Day on November 11 is the only remaining fee-free day in 2019. Out of the 419 National Park Service sites, 110 charge an entrance fee, with costs ranging from $5 to $35. The other 309 national parks do not have entrance fees. The entrance fee waiver for the fee-free days does not cover amenity or user fees for activities such as camping, boat launches, transportation or special tours.

The annual $80 America the Beautiful National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass allows unlimited entrance to more than 2,000 federal recreation areas, including all national parks. There are also free or discounted passes available for senior citizens, active duty members of the U.S. military, families of fourth grade students, and disabled citizens.

Other federal land management agencies offering their own fee-free days in 2020 include the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation, U.S. Forest Service, and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
 

www.nps.gov


BIRGIT FLADAGER DOES NOT FILE CHARGES AGAINST OFFICER ROSS BAYS (VIDEO)

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HERE IS THE VIDEO OF THE SHOOTING:

HERE IS THE PRESS RELEASE FROM STANISLAUS COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY BIRGIT FLADAGER ON THEIR REFUSAL TO FILE CHARGES:

DAWGS SAYS: OVER THE LAST FEW YEARS AND ALL THE INFORMATION LIKE THIS AVAILABLE, STANISLAUS COUNTY VOTERS STILL RE-ELECTED HER. SHE HAS ALSO SAID THEY PROSECUTE INNOCENT PEOPLE TO GIVE THEIR JUNIOR ATTORNEYS TRIAL EXPERIENCE.

CONGRATULATIONS YOU ARE GETTING WHAT YOU ASKED FOR! DO YOU FEEL SAFER NOW?

CALIFORNIA ENABLING THIEVES AGAIN

California Shocked To Find Bill Decriminalizing Retail Theft Resulted In…
More Retail Theft

A few years ago, California passed one in a series of bills aimed at emptying the jails and prisons. Proposition 47 carried the disingenuous name of “the Safe Neighborhoods and Schools Act and its stated purpose was to keep non-violent offenders out of jail. To achieve this goal, the state decriminalized a number of lesser offenses, including retail theft. The law raised the value of the amount of merchandise someone could steal while still only being charged with a misdemeanor to nearly one thousand dollars.

To the great surprise of the government, people noticed this change and began taking advantage of it. They have now recorded multiple years of steadily increasing, organized robbery. These plots are known as “mass grab and dash” thefts and they generally involve large numbers of young people all entering a store at the same time, grabbing armfuls of merchandise and dashing back out to their vehicles and hitting the highway. Not only are robberies on the rise, but arrests and prosecutions are down. Who could possibly have predicted this? (CBS Sacramento)

After searching police reports and arrest records, CBS13 found that while the rate of these grab and dash crimes is on the rise, the rate of arrest is down. We turned to law enforcement and the retail industry for answers. Both blame a California law intended to make “neighborhoods safe.”

Nobody is seriously contesting the numbers. The local and state police organizations blame prop 47. FBI crime data supports the contention. Retail sales organizations have tracked this trend and agree.

This is a trend that’s been building in a number of blue states and now it seems that the petty crime chickens are coming home to roost. The fact is that there are always going to be a certain number of people who will be willing to break the law if they don’t feel the risk of significant punishment is too high. An understanding of this fundamental principle is why the “broken windows” policies enacted in New York City and other municipalities in the 90s were so effective. If you crack down on even smaller crimes, you lower crime rates overall.

Sadly, liberal elected officials paint a picture of racism and inequity behind effective law enforcement initiatives. The people committing these thefts frequently end up being young black and Hispanic robbers because they are more likely to come from economically disadvantaged backgrounds. This leads to laws like prop 47 hoping to keep more of them out of the “school to prison pipeline.”

But when you make it easier and less risky to steal larger amounts of goods, people will steal more merchandise. Did it really take a rocket scientist to figure this out? California basically incentivized crime and potential criminals answered the call. And since many of them were only getting the equivalent of a parking ticket for stealing 900 dollars worth of goods, police frequently didn’t expend much energy trying to catch them.

p style=”background: white”>The ball’s in your court, California. Do you plan on doing something about this? Or will you essentially just legalize theft and tell the retailers that they’re on their own?

DAWG SAYS: HOW MUCH MORE YOU CALIFORNIANS GOING TO PUT UP WITH?

PEOPLE OF THE YEAR: IKEA LETTING STRAY DOGS SLEEP INSIDE

STORE PRAISED FOR LETTING DOGS
SLEEP INSIDE DURING COLD MONTHS

We’re not all dog lovers. Some of us are more of a cat-people, but no matter the kind of animal you like to take in as pets, you’ll, no doubt, love anyone who has the heart to give homeless pets food and shelter.

For years, IKEA has remained on top of the furniture and appliance industry. They are quite know for their do-it-yourself furniture assembly,  but recently one of their stores in Italy has been receiving a lot of praise thanks to the care and support it has been consistently providing for homeless dogs.

We know that stray dogs are widespread on a global scale, but for the case of Catania, Sicily, there are approximately 750,000 dogs who don’t only need a loving home but are also at the risk of either getting poisoned or dying due to malnutrition.

The dogs of Sicily, no doubt, need to be rescued off the streets as soon as possible. While other capable individuals and establishments offered financial help to charities and animal programs, IKEA thought of a better idea.

They decided to utilize a particular space of their store, transforming it into an animal sanctuary. The workers in IKEA, in turn, brought some good pillows, beds, food, and water to accommodate the puppies who would come to seek shelter.

Just like that, IKEA became a new home for lots of stray dogs. Joy was evident, not only in the faces of the puppies who are now well-fed and sheltered. You can also see the excitement and enjoyment of all the IKEA staffs and customers who would catch sight the dogs running and playing around.

Martine Taccia was among the IKEA customers who became overjoyed upon seeing cute little dogs wiggling their tails in the store.

One day, Martine was browsing the aisles of IKEA in search of items and accessories that can complete her dream of a perfect living room. But she stumbled upon something surprisingly adorable. Martine saw a group of dogs lying inside IKEA’s living room display.

It’s uncommon for anyone to see a couple of dogs lying around in a furniture store. So, it’s no wonder Martine got confused at first, but as soon as she learned to the gratifying story behind the dogs in IKEA, Martine’s curiosity turned into amazement.

Martine was not the only one who was pleased with IKEA’s dog-friendly initiative. Aside from providing food and shelter to these stray dogs, IKEA also managed to give them a new home. Lots of customers got so touched seeing the dogs snuggling with one another that they decided to adopt a few.

Martine having been impressed with IKEA’s initiative, she captured a video of the dogs sleeping cozily in the carpets. The short clip has now circulated online where it earned lots of “awws” and “oohs” from people around the world.

IKEA has not considered advertising what they are doing for these stray dogs, but the word of mouth of their joyful customers was enough to spread the message.