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  1. An Orange County Sheriff’s deputy was arrested Friday, Aug. 12 on suspicion of sexually assaulting two female inmates at an Orange County jail. Deputy Arcadio Rodriguez, 30, is accused of having inappropriate relationships with both inmates at the Theo Lacy Facility beginning in May. He sexually assaulted the women on multiple occasions separately by touching them over their clothes and showing them pornography, a news release said. Rodriguez was placed on administrative leave on Aug. 9, one day after the department became aware of communication intercepted by jail staff describing the misconduct, the release said. The type of communication was not described. He was booked into Santa Ana Jail Friday on felony sexual activity between a peace officer and inmate in a jail facility, and misdemeanor charges of assault under the color of authority and possession of a cell phone in a custody facility. Rodriguez has been with the sheriff’s department since September 2021. The department is firing him, the release said. Authorities declined to say where he was arrested. The case will be forwarded to the Orange County District Attorney’s Office for prosecution. The Office of Independent Review also will investigate.
  2. Fucking 103 in Palm Springs today, but the cult is out.
  3. National Archives released a statement about the Obama allegations. Basically, they said "Trump doesn't know shit about fuck".
  4. This is how you humblebrag, y'all.
  5. https://www.10news.com/news/husband-offers-details-on-alleged-poison-plot IRVINE, Calif. (CNS) - The husband of an Orange County dermatologist accused of poisoning him with Drano provided more details of the alleged attacks in a restraining order seeking custody of their son and daughter, according to court documents obtained Wednesday. Dr. Jack Chen, a 53-year-old radiologist, filed a restraining order against his wife, Yue "Emily" Yu, 45, on Friday. Yu, who was arrested by Irvine police on suspicion of attempting to poison her husband, was released from jail after posting $30,000 bail. Chen said she called him to post bail but he refused, according to the restraining order. Chen said he is "fearful" of living in the same Irvine home with Yu "due to (Yu's) attempts to poison me with Drano." hen also alleged that "both children have suffered physical, verbal and emotional abuse by their mother ... and their maternal grandmother." Chen said that in March and April he "started noticing a chemical taste in my lemonade" and that soon after that he "developed symptoms that had me see the doctor, who performed an examination and diagnosed me with two stomach ulcers, gastritis and esophagitis." That prompted Chen to set up surveillance video in the kitchen, and he attached videos and photos that he alleged show his wife pouring Drano into his drinks. He said the two began dating in 2011 and married July 4, 2012. He detailed multiple instances of alleged child abuse inflicted on their children, a son who is 7 and a daughter who is 8. Both have birthdays later this month. "After the children were born I became concerned about Emily's behavior," Chen said. "Not only was she very demanding of me that I give her massages -- one time when I could not because I was sick she stepped on my head until I did -- she also began hiding money from me." He said his wife's "parenting, if you could call it that revolves around yelling, insulting, verbally abusing, hitting, pushing, pulling and being emotionally abusive." He said if the two children said they enjoyed spending time with him she would "put them in their room and yell at them until they assured her they would not show affection toward me." He also accused her of "sleep deprivation" punishment at times. Yu's attorney, David Wohl, said his client "vehemently and unequivocally denies ever attempting to poison her husband or anyone else. As a well-respected physician her goal as always has been to help people and never to harm them. Accordingly, she also strongly denies her husband's claims that she has abused him and their children, emotionally, physically or in any other manner. In fact, if any abuse has taken place it has been against Ms. Yu at the hands of her husband Mr. Chen." Wohl added, "We are very concerned that these defamatory, false allegations have been made by Mr. Chen in an attempt to gain an advantage in the divorce and custody case he filed against Ms. Yu, a day after she was arrested." A hearing on the restraining order is set for Aug. 18 at the Lamoreaux Justice Center in Orange. Prosecutors have not decided whether to file charges.
  6. I got the best dog I've ever had in the parking lot of Raley's market in Oakhurst. Was one of a dozen fleabitten pups in a makeshift wooden cage in the back of a rusty, shitty 56 ford F100. They were giving the dogs away. The wife and I accepted the pup, and then I went back into the market and dropped 60 bucks or so (in 1985 dollars) in flea medicine, puppy food, etc. Hell of a dog. Aussie/Chow mix. Really sweet with a perfect mean streak. She bit all the right people.
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