SAGINAW, MI — An 18-year-old could serve prison time for impersonating a police officer in an attempt to become Facebook friends with Hooters workers. Nicholas M. Fuhst appeared before Chief Circuit Judge Fred L. Borchard on Thursday, July 28, and pleaded no contest to a felony charge of impersonating a peace officer to commit a crime. Fuhst pleaded to that charge, which carries a maximum penalty of four years in prison, for a May 12 incident at the Hooters restaurant at 5538 Bay in Kochville Township. Fuhst’s plea agreement calls for Borchard to sentence Fuhst within his state sentencing guidelines, which either will be scored at zero months to 13 months or zero months to 25 months. Borchard then will set a maximum sentence. Fuhst’s third-time habitual offender status will double the maximum possible penalty to eight years in prison. Chief Assistant Prosecutor Christopher Boyd has said Fuhst, who last lived in Vanderbilt in Otsego County, represented himself as an undercover police officer and obtained a list of employees at the restaurant. After reviewing the list, Fuhst asked for more detailed information about some of the workers, Boyd said. “He indicated that he went to Hooters because he wanted to talk to the girls to see if they would be friends on Facebook,” Boyd said. At Fuhst’s May 19 arraignment on a probation violation charge, Assistant Prosecutor Joseph Albosta said that when police arrested Fuhst, they found three knives, lighter fluid, zip ties and observed several names circled on the employee list. “I think there were some dark thoughts going through his mind,” Albosta said. In addition to the impersonation charge, Fuhst pleaded to a misdemeanor count of disturbing workers, which carries a 90-day maximum penalty. At the time of the Hooters incident, Michigan Department of Corrections records listed Fuhst as an absconder from probation. He was serving two years of probation for unrelated crimes of arson of personal property worth more than $1,000 but less than $20,000 and malicious destruction of personal property worth more than $1,000 but less than $20,000. Fuhst on Thursday also pleaded no contest to violating his probation by absconding and by committing the crimes at Hooters. He also could receive a prison sentence for the probation violation.
Do you think guys like these ever wake up in the morning and look them selves in the mirror and say “hey I’m a psychopath”? No? Not even when they’re half way impersonating an undercover police officer to a bunch of waitresses at the local Hooters just so he can add them on Facebook? Half way through telling the ladies about his fake case that he’s under cover for he has to realize like “hey this might be the craziest thing in the world.” And not for nothing, but I’m not quite sure this guy knows how friends work. Sure talking and getting to know another person is a huge part of it. He might’ve made a friend here or there just by talking but you see a big part of maintaining that friendship is making sure you don’t ward them off by possibly murdering them via zip tying them down and dosing their stabbed body in lighter fluid. Oh and having them on a kill list probably isn’t the best either and whether you realize it or not, if you make a list with people’s name on it, it will always be a kill list. Also love the little tidbit casually thrown in on the end that he was out on probation for arson for damages up to but under $20,000 dollars. Probably should’ve kept him locked up from that point on, so to this psychopaths benefit, I’ll put that on the justice system.
What are the chances you think he had the red lipstick ready to smear on his lips after the Facebook friend request was accepted?
DeLAND, Fla.(AP) — A Florida homeless woman is in Volusia County jail after setting her boyfriend on fire. The Volusia County Sheriff’s office says that 41-year-old Annie Harper doused her boyfriend’s shorts with lighter fluid and then set him on fire. The victim told deputies that they got in an argument and she was mad at him for not providing her with drugs. The incident occurred at a homeless camp in the woods outside of DeLand. Harper is charged with aggravated battery. A second misdemeanor battery charge was added after a witness reported seeing Harper kick the victim, a 34-year old male, as he was lying on the ground naked. The victim was treated at a Daytona Beach hospital before being transferred to a burn unit in Orlando.
Nothing to see here. Just your typical 41 year old homeless drug addict and her conflicts with her lover. See this is why when I see homeless people I have to at least consider giving them change. When I’m in the car I make sure the windows are rolled up and doors are locked. But on the street if a vagrant asks me for money, at that second you gotta know your life is up in the air and has no idea which way it’ll fall. Maybe you play it safe, give them spare change, they leave you alone. Maybe you give them change and they follow you asking for more. It’s all a gamble with drug addicted homeless people. Shit who knows maybe her boyfriend could’ve given her drugs and she still could’ve lit his body on fire. You just gotta accept that your gambling with life by talking to a homeless person, not to mention getting in a relationship with one.
Also side note- Is this guy, her boyfriend, homeless too? For some reason I played it out as he lives a shitty life in a crappy dilapidated house, gets a bj from this homeless woman in exchange for drugs and then she proceeds to sleep outside. In that case its just really a prostitution scenario as opposed to a Boyfriend thing. I mean I’m not a big titles person but just saying.
DailyMail– Cats are being used as ‘arsonists’ by the mafia who set them alight to start huge forest fires, claims a park manager death-marked by the mob. President Giuseppe Antoci of Nebrodi, Sicily’s largest national park, spoke as firefighters extinguished hundreds of fires which broke out simultaneously across the island last week. Mr Antoci, 48, who survived an assassination attempt by the mafia in May, claimed the crime group ‘use the animals as arsonists’, and the cats burn all the bushes that they touch, reports Corriere Della Sera. The park director added that five hundred forest fires do not spontaneously combust all at once. He said: ‘One of the mob’s arson techniques is to tie a petrol-soaked rag to the tail of a cat and set fire to it. As its tail burns, the cat flees in terror into the undergrowth in the woods, setting fire to everything it touches. ‘That makes it harder for investigators to figure out where the fire was started and since the cat is eventually incinerated, they never find what caused the fire,’ reports The Times. Last week the fires ravaged the island and nearly 6,000 hectares of land went up in smoke. Schools had to be evacuated after a hot sirocco wind blew in from Africa, before forest fires started simultaneously breaking out across the island.
Ha! And you guys scoffed at my idea of using Sea Turtles as drug mules. Animals make for the perfect criminals. Talk a walk though Miami Metro Zoo or Parrot Jungle and you might as well be walking through Attica Correctional with the amount of potential criminals to carry out a ploy. Now this tactic, in practice, is a great idea. Simple find a cat wandering the streets and lure it to you with a little can of fancy feast and turn it into a roaming molotov cocktail because cats naturally hate humans unless they feel like being attention whores and fire burns things. Boom. In principle though, not sure if I’m down with this idea. I mean don’t get me wrong, it makes a statement. But somethings don’t connect. Like “You owe me protection money so im going to set this forest ablaze.” If anything I guess it’ll annoy the park ranger a lot when you have a lazy gig like guarding a park and then someone burns it to ashes, but that’s more for firefighters to deal with. Maybe if they just sent the guy a burnt cat wrapped in brown wrapping paper that said “GIVE ME THE PROTECTION MONEY OR IM GOING TO BURN YOU ALIVE” first to send a message before resorting to Arson on the entire region of Sicily. Not in those words of course, maybe something a little more subtle, but you get the point.