A Sad Day In Rochester
Wease starts the morning talking about the Bausch & Lomb moving company headquarters to New Jersey. It's a sad day for the company that started in Rochester over 60 years ago. The manufacturing plant on N. Goodman St. will remain open, but pretty much all adminstrative and management jobs are eliminated or relocated.
TERESA and JOE GUIDICE from "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" have been indicted on 39 charges including tax evasion and bank fraud . . . and they could be looking at more than 50 YEARS IN PRISON. They're due in court this morning. This leads to Marianne and Pauly talking about the TV show, and the brilliance of their editing... how they made people that don't even care about the show want to see things like big fistfights.
Tools With Sports
Mario Williams missing Bills practice with a hurt foot is the big story out of training camp. Brooksie was at camp yesterday, and has some cool pics. Go HERE to see them.
The Red Wings are super-hot, in 1st place for the first time since 2006. Wease promised a doctor friend of his that he'd do a night at a Wings game where he'd sign people up for organ donation cards... the only problem is he hasn't asked Dan Mason or the Wings.
Authorities have recovered the body of former major league pitcher Frank Castillo after he apparently drowned Sunday at a lake northeast of Phoenix. Maricopa County sheriff's officials say divers pulled the 44-year-old's body out of Bartlett Lake on Monday afternoon. Family members and friends say Castillo wasn't a good swimmer, but he jumped off a pontoon boat Sunday afternoon for a swim and didn't resurface.
This story leads to an argument between Wease ands Marianne about wearing life jackets when they go on Wease's boat. Marianne is pro-safety, Wease doesn't want to look like he's on the "special boat".
James Lee Lyons was taken to The Big Dog House after his St. Augustine neighbor reported to authorities that the 52-year-old man had sexually abused his dog, reports WTEV-TV/WAWS ActionNewsJax.com in Jacksonville.
The neighbor also told deputies that he let two of his dogs out before a storm, but only one returned. Later the neighbor saw Lyons carryng his pooch and then noticed the dog had injuries to its rectum and sex organ, according to the report.
Lyons, a registered sexual predator in Florida, was released from prison in June 2011.
The Wayne County Office of Sheriff reported the arrest on Saturday ( 7/ 20) at 8: 55pm of a Williamson man following a domestic dispute. Arrested was Dennis Conklin, age 41, of Shepherd Road. Patrols were called to the residence where it was alleged that Mr. Conklin broke items in the house and then began swinging a shovel in the immediate area of his wife and their child. Mr. Conklin was subsequently arrested for Menacing in the Third Degree, Endangering the Welfare of a Child, and Criminal Mischief in the Fourth Degree. He was arraigned in the Town of Williamson Court by Judge Stritzel and released to reappear in the Town of Williamson Court.
Shovel may be one of the evilest multipurpose weapons ever.
The Wayne County office of the Sheriff reported the arrest on Sunday ( 7/ 7) at 1: 45am of a Lyons man for H a r a s s ment 2nd Criminal Mischief and Res i s t i n g A r r e s t . Arrested was Russell J. Jock, age 49 of 7448 Ridge Road in Sodus.
It is alleged that Jock came home in an intoxicated state and broke the door jam of his home. He then went in and ripped the bra off of his wife who was sleeping.
While being taken into custody Jock attempted to fight with deputies. He was taken into custody.
Jock was arraigned in the Town of Sodus and was held in lieu of bail.
A refrain from order of protection was issued at court. Smith will reappear in Sodus Town court on a later time and date to answer to the charge.
State Police reported the arrest on Thursday (7/18) of Christopher Williams, age 33, reported to be homeless for Petit Larceny.
It is alleged Williams stole a 22 ounce b o t t l e of beer form ExpressMart in Marion, went into the bathroom of the store with the beer and consumed it while not having money to pay for it.
Williams had been arrested about 10 hours earlier in Newark for another similar incident. He was arraigned by Marion judge Bonafede and remanded to the Wayne County jail in lieu of $250 cash or $500 bond. He is homeless and primarily stays in the Newark area.
Police in Florida said a sergeant has resigned after she was caught posting nude photos of herself on a website while on duty.
Daytona Beach Police Chief Mike Chitwood said Sgt. Penny Dane, an 18-year veteran of law enforcement, resigned after admitting to being on duty while using her work computer to post sexually explicit pictures of herself online as part of a game called "Red Light Center," which is designed to resemble a virtual sex club, WKMG-TV, Orlando, Fla., reported Monday.
"It's something in my 26 years in law enforcement that I've never seen," Chitwood said.
Investigators said Dane would switch off the GPS tracking device in her patrol car so she could access the game while she was supposed to be supervising other officers.
Police said 177 sexually explicit images were found on her office desktop computer, 97 were found on the laptop in her patrol car and at least 23 of the pictures were of Dane.
Chitwood said the pictures were "extremely pornographic in nature, and in several of the photos that we have since discovered, she was in her uniform."
PUDDLE OF MUDD singer WES SCANTLIN . . . who's sort of becoming the AMANDA BYNES of rock . . . has been arrested yet AGAIN. This time, it was for allegedly vandalizing his neighbor's yard with a BUZZ SAW.
Wes and his neighbor have some issues with each other . . . and yesterday afternoon, something sent Wes over the edge. He grabbed a buzz saw, walked over to his neighbor's patio, and started going to town on it.
The extent of the destruction is unclear.
Wes also took a SLEDGEHAMMER to a wall his neighbor built, because he thinks it's on HIS side of the property line.
Wes was charged with felony vandalism. (Wes has had ALL KINDS of run-ins with the law recently, for things like: Domestic violence, disorderly conduct, tax evasion, cocaine possession . . .
(And for being a drunken mess and forcing a plane to make an emergency landing. Your move, Amanda Bynes.)
We get reminded by a listener that Puddle Of Mudd recently missed a gig in Rochester because he "missed his flight", but also didn't make it to Buffalo the following night.
Join us for Hump Day tomorrow. We're taking your questions for "Ask Wease", messing with Ditullio, interrupting Doug's Legit News, and breaking down everything in our lives. It's nice to be important, but more important to be nice. See ya.