Stephanie Irene Santana is 20 and pregnant with her second child.  She is also in a lot of trouble.

Santana was arrested early Tuesday morning when she was found asleep in her car, with the engine running, and obviously drunk.  Her 1 year old daughter was in the car, along with beer and a bottle of Xanax.  Santana also failed a field sobriety test.

But witnesses say that Santana earlier had parked her car, left her daughter inside and entered a Houston area tattoo parlor for a piercing.  She was denied because she was drunk and as she left the business witnesses saw the daughter in the car.  Santana was taken to a local area hospital for an evaluation, was charged with driving while intoxicated and endangering a child and the daughter was turned over to Child Protection Services.

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All Right OKC, You’re On The Board!

Meet Jeff Watson.

Jeff has a few different fetishes, and if the police reports are accurate, he’s not afraid to show them off pubically.

In late December Watson was at a Modern Maternity store in Penn Square.  He had shopped there before, and the clerk made the very naive conclusion that Watson shopped at a store for pregnant women because he had a, “very big belly”.  During this last visit Watson reportedly hit on the clerk while the two were in the dressing area.  She told police she declined his advances.

After Watson paid for his clothes – for pregnant women – he then told the clerk he wanted to do more shopping, and went back to the dressing area.

When the same female clerk arrived to assist him, she found him wearing nothing other than a maternity bra and a pair of “electric blue crotchless panties”.  His junk-money hanging out for her to see.  The clerk claims Watson repeatedly insisted she ‘look at him’, and she refused and told him to leave.

She later filed a complaint with the police and Watson was arrested on indecent exposure charges.  He is free on bail.



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Punch to Stomach Not A Proper Abortion Technique

Tuesday the Utah Supreme Court overturned a judgement from a discourt’s 2009 dismissal of charges on a teenage girl accused of paying a teenage boy to punch her in the stomach in an effort to terminate her pregnancy.

Back in 2009 the district count decided that the girl was basically seeking an abortion, and terminating a pregnancy isn’t illegal.  Since she wasn’t criminally liable, the court said at the time, the charges of second-degree felony count of criminal solicitation to commit murder could not stand.

Now the girl may once again face the charges as the Supreme Court ruled that paying someone to assault you is not considered a legal procedure under state laws that define abortion.  Claiming basically that an abortion is an abortion, no matter the means to the end, the Supreme Court decided against her lawyers and followed state prosecutor’s point that the law to exempt women who had abortions from murder charges assumed that the method would be “safe and humane” and from a medically licensed person.

The girl paid 21 year old Aaron Harrison $150 to beat her badly enough to cause her baby to abort because her boyfriend had been upset she’d gotten pregnant and threatened to leave her if she didn’t get rid of the baby.  Harrison beat her up enough to leave bruising, but the baby survived the attack, was born healthy and adopted shortly after its birth.  Harrison pled guilty to second-degree felony attempted murder and received up to five years in the pokey.

As a side note, take a gander at Aaron Harrison (right).  Holy cow, if there was ever someone to hire for such a job, this guy appears to be the perfect candidate.    Anyone else feel safe in thinking there is a collection of small animal body parts in shoe boxes to be found under his bed?


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