TODAY’S GENIUS AWARD GOES TO . . . . . . .
Christopher Wilson, 37, whose unique facial tattoo led police to his arrest for sexual assault.
The Cincinnati man has a facial tat that says, “I’m a pornstar & I f_____ teen sl@#s.”
Wilson was picked up for assaulting and groping a female victim.
There is no indication that Wilson has been employed in the adult film industry.
AND THEN THERE’S …..
James Kramer, 33, who got into an argument with employees at an adult book store then went outside to kill their power, but ended up killing the power to an auto parts store instead.
Kramer had purchased a whip earlier in the day.
Later an employee found Kramer tampering with the company van, from which the windshield wipers and hub caps had been removed.
The employee told Kramer that he was calling police and asked Kramer to come inside the business and wait.
Kramer grabbed a garden hoe the business uses to scrape ice off the pavement and took a swing at the employee.
He fled, but a short time later power at an auto part store was knocked out because the same whip Kramer purchased was found jammed into the business’s breaker box.
He shut the power down to the wrong business.
Police arrested Kramer on charges of felony menacing and misdemeanor criminal mischief and criminal tampering.
OR HOW ABOUT …..
Anthony Dickerson, whose probation violation is now preventing him from donating a kidney to his two-year-old son.
A.J. Burgess was born a month too soon without a working kidney and his father Anthony Dickerson is a 110 percent match for an organ donation.
But surgeons at Emory Hospital in Atlanta won’t perform the operation because Dickerson is back behind bars, for violating his probation.
Dickerson was released from prison recently and about to go through the steps to donate his kidney on Oct. 3.
However, he was caught with a firearm or knife during the commission of or attempt to commit another felony.
Now he’s back behind bars and his son’s condition worsens.
The child’s mother is hoping a GoFundMe page will bring awareness to the family’s predicament and provide funds for financial stability.
OKAY, ONE MORE …..
Heather Zachman, 28, who failed in her attempt to butt smuggle needle and pipe on her way to jail.
Zachman was pulled over and officers learned she had a suspended license.
When she got out of the car officers suspected she was hiding something.
She handed over a $1 bill with crack cocaine that was in her shorts.
Once at the jail, she fessed up to having a pipe and a “rig,” or hypodermic needle, in the cheeks of her buttocks.
So she was additionally cited for trying to being contraband into jail.