Even Wease thinks Miley Cyrus has done something too nutty. Have you seen her new tattoo? It's a "Sad Kitty" on the inside of her lip. How hard was that to get?
Speaking of pets, a new survey shows that people are spending more than ever on their pets. To prove this, Wease talks about Doreen giving their dog a corned beef and cabbage dinner for St. Patrick's Day. To be fair... it was because the kids wouldn't eat it.
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Tools With Sports
Wease always believes the last person he hears when it comes to sports, and the last person he's heard now is SU coach Jim Boeheim. Wease now believes the Orange can win the big tourney.
Who does Tools have? Here's his bracket. Mich. St. is his pick.
If the March Madness winner was picked by the most Facebook posts about the school do you know who would win? Duke.
Colts owner Jim Irsay was busted for DWI.
Two nabbed distributing Indian reservation cigarettes
153 cartons seized, police believe they were making $10 per carton profit
State Police knew what the two women were doing on a regular basis. A trip to the nearby Indian reservation to purchase cartons of cigarettes would net the pair a hefty profit. Buy the cartons at stores on the reservation without paying the state surcharges and state and local sales taxes charged in off- reservation locations, then resell them to regular customers. Police believe the every two week trips netted the tax evaders about $ 10 per carton.
Arrested were Amber Jo Mullin, age 22, of 12378 Furnace Road in Wolcott and Amanda Houghtaling, age 29, of 12531 Old Ridge Road in Wolcott. Mullin was charged with Possession to Sell Unauthorized Cigarettes and Criminal Tax Fraud in the 5th Degree. Houghtaling was charged with Evading the Tobacco tax, Possession and Transporting Unstamped Cigarettes. Unauthorized Cigarettes, Criminal Tax Fraud in the 5th Degree. Both were arraigned on the felony charges and released to reappear in Newark Court on March 26th.
Both women, in statements to police, deny they made the regular trips for a profit motive, rather buying them for “ friends” and family. They gave police several names of those they were reportedly buying the cigarettes for. Police were skeptical because the 153 cartons translates to 30,600 cigarettes every two weeks for a very small group of friends and family.
The wrong car to be tailgating
On Wednesday (3-12) at 10:01 a.m. Ontario County Sheriffs Deputies arrested Robert J. Law Jr., age 31, of 2004 Route 350 in Macedon for Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle in the second degree and other vehicle and traffic law violations.
Deputies stopped him on Carter Road for tailgating a marked police vehicle. Robert Law’s driver’s license was suspended thirteen times on seven dates. He was arraigned in Geneva Town Court and remanded to the jail in lieu of bail.
Two charged in theft from Eastview Mall store
The Ontario County Sheriff’s Office reported the arrest on Monday (3/10) at 8 p. m. of two men after they were apprehended allegedly shoplifting from the Von Maur store in Eastview Mall in the Town of Victor.
Laquan A. Whitfield, age 26, of Lockpit Road in Clyde and Emmanuel D. Torres, age 22, of Main Street in Willimantic, CT, were caught working in concert to steal a pair of jeans valued at $141 from Von Maur.
They were each charged with Petit Larceny. They were further charged with Criminal Possession of Stolen Property in the 5th Degree for possessing $89.85 worth of merchandise from the American Eagle store.
Whitfield was additionally charged with Possession of Burglar Tools after being found in possession of wirecutters.
Both men were transported to the Ontario County Jail for pre-arraignment to appear at a later date in Victor Town Court.
Did you see the viral video of the California newscasters who were on the air when an earthquake hit yesterday? Pretty funny.
Here's what The Wease Show would've looked like in a similar circumstance.
Doug With News
Billy Joel F-up
"That'll be all over YouTube tomorrow," he said. "It's okay. It was an authentic rock and roll f--k up. We're not on tape. You don't see much of that anymore. Okay, let's hope we get through this one."
Ya know how every Friday we sing "Cherry Bomb" by John Mellencamp? Wease is considering finding other songs to rotate. "Don't Stop Believing" by Journey, "Afternoon Delight" by Starland Vocal Band, Marc Cohn's "Walking in Memphis", and others are some of the fun songs being considered. What are your suggestions?
Wease Gets Grumpy
Wease went to the dry cleaner a couple days ago, and doesn't understand why businesses need your phone number when you only want to give them money for a transaction. He got a little grumpy with the lady... shocking I know... and gets calls from listeners that try and tell him why places need his phone number. (note from Billy... I agree with Wease on this one).
Won't Get Fished Again
One of our regular listeners is a big time fisherman... does those fishing TV shows, has his own fishing businesses, product lines, etc... He calls to tell us about going out with Who lead singer Roger Daltrey this weekend, fishing on his estate, and conversations he had with the legendary lead singer.
Infomercial Pitchman Busted
You might not know the name, but I think everyone has seen Kevin Trudeau and his infomercials on TV. Trudeau has promised everything from cures to diseases, to weight loss, to improved memory, to ways to get rich. Well, he's been busted and will be spending a bunch of time in jail.
Wease doesn't understand why Trudeau is being picked on when it seems to him that so many things advertised on TV have false claims, and promise things that they can't really do.
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Father Of The Year
With his 2-year-old son in the car, police said Patrick Williams tried to pick up a prostitute for oral sex on busy Ridgewood Avenue, but the working woman police say he was soliciting was actually working undercover.
"I never solicited in any way. She came over, offered everything. It's a big entrapment. Police sting," Williams told WESH 2.
Police Chief Mike Chitwood said the Ridgewood area is a hot spot for prostitutes, and taking his son along for the ride was a dangerous and stupid move.
"I said I got my kid. She said 'that's cool, I've got a room.' I said 'yeah, yeah whatever.' Then we turn around to get away from my car. As soon as I turned, drove way away. Blocks up the road, they lit me up," Williams said.
"He's a father, married man. Normally on Ridgewood Avenue are these disease-infested prostitutes," Chitwood said. "You run the risk to get robbed or whatever else you want to do and you think it's okay to bring your 4-year-old kid with you?"
Williams said he wasn't doing anything shady with the woman he believed was a prostitute on Ridgewood. In fact, he said, while on the way to buy his kids toys, he stopped to pray for the woman.
The police report paints a much different story.
In the arrest affidavit, police said the undercover officer told Williams, "she had a room and said that the child could watch cartoons."
Williams allegedly told the officer he would turn around, keeping his back to the child, so the toddler wouldn't see the sexual act.
Williams said his wife was angry and that he "explained the situation. The reality is I thought it was some crazy crackhead. I felt bad for her, prayed for her and drove off."
To make matters worse, the child who police said was almost a witness to his own father involved with a prostitute, instead had to watch his father be led away in handcuffs.
"He cried. Three-year-old son crying," Williams said. "We were on the way to go buy him some toys. It's causing so many problems. Soon to be ex-wife is pissed about it. It's just been a terrible situation."
Williams said he plans on fighting the charges.
Wease defends Patrick, and sticks up for his allegation of his entrapment. He also talks about the time he banged a chick with the women's baby in the bed with them. We think it's funny that in the story above the kid has three different ages. He's listed as 2,3, and 4 in different parts of the article. C'mon, the hooker was gonna let him watch cartoons during the act.
Death Of School Dances
Is social media killing school dances? The reliance on technology has caused kids to find other ways to connect with each other, and not need organized activities, but also makes the kids less social when it comes to talking face-to-face. Because of this school dances are on the way out. If that were the case when the McFly's were young they never would've met at the Enchantment Under The Sea Dance.
Rock Throwing Tranny
Orlando police are looking for a man last seen dressed in women’s clothing and a wig for allegedly throwing a drink and a rock at a car on Tuesday.
According to the women in the car, the man was asking for a ride at the intersection of Orange Blossom Trail and Amelia Street. The women refused, and that's when things got ugly.
The man, who was dressed in a blue dress, black heels and a wig, first threw a drink at the car, police said.
Police said the driver, Corsica Cleveland, continued down OBT and stopped at the intersection at Colonial Drive, where the man caught up with her and threw a piece of concrete through the front passenger window. Police said the concrete nearly missed the passenger in the car.
"Nobody was cut, but we had like glass in our hair and in our clothes, and the rock fell like down here in this area," said Cleveland.
Cleveland said it was the scariest thing that's ever happened to her. She was in the car with her two friends and her 5-year-old daughter.
"We were scared. We were in fear for our lives. We were scared because he could have had a gun or something because he had a purse," said Cleveland.
The man was last seen walking south on North Westmoreland Drive.
Orlando police said the man is 5 feet 7 inches tall and was wearing a short, cropped ladies wig and may frequent that area.
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