Guilty as charged
Posted: Thursday, February 13, 2014 9:00 pm
An Oregon woman who gained notoriety several years ago for marrying at least 14 U.S. servicemen and stealing their money is reportedly facing new allegations.
Bobbi Ann House, dubbed the “Military Mistress” in connection with a 2011 fraud conviction, is wanted for allegedly writing a series of bad checks in Oregon, Colorado and Oklahoma, The Oregonian reported.
Authorities say House, 39, of Dallas, Ore., and her new husband, Zackerie House, 27, opened a Wells Fargo checking account so that they could write checks totaling close to $13,500 in less than a month, according to the newspaper.
The couple allegedly started their spree in Western Oregon, moving through Oregon coastal towns, into Colorado and Oklahoma.
House was known as Bobbi Ann Finley when she was sentenced in 2011 to three years in an Alabama prison for theft by deception. In 2010, ABC News interviewed nine of her former husbands, one of whom described House as a “domestic
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“Keys, scumbag. It’s the universal symbol for keys.”
Remember this? Mike Ehrmantraut says this to Walter White in the desert in the first episode of the first half … of the last season ofBreaking Bad. Mike had just left a makeshift hospital in Mexico (after feeding the chickens) and ran into Walt and Jesse. He ultimately ditched his Cadillac DTS to hop in Walt and Jesse’s white, sand-covered Dodge Charger.
Oh, and if you haven’t seen all of the episodes of best show that ever graced television (sorry, I’m one of those guys), you might want to stop reading.
And while I’m one of those insufferable supporters of AMC’s former flagship show, I’m also a car guy — and I’m thinking a lot of the writers of Breaking Bad were car guys/girls as well. Cars are big on the show.
I’m always excited when a TV show doesn’t cover a car’s badging with a piece
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LANSING – A dispute over Michael Jimenez’s loyalty during his brother’s recent incarceration led to Jimenez’s shooting death last month, a witness testified Wednesday.
Rahsohn Perry, 32, faces murder and gun charges in connection with the Nov. 8 shooting of his brother, Jimenez, 39. 54A District Court Judge Hugh Clarke Jr. determined at a preliminary hearing that there is enough evidence to send Perry to trial for his brother’s death.
The early morning shooting occurred at Lansing resident Chris Hugger’s home in the 300 block of Martin Luther King Boulevard after what Hugger described as a homecoming party gone wrong. Hugger said it was his gun that Perry used to shoot Jimenez.
Jimenez and Perry have the same mother but different fathers.
In Wednesday’s preliminary hearing, Hugger said he returned home the
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Michael Sivak and Brandon Schoettle of the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute asked themselves the same