33 Year Old Jacqueline Eide Bitten by a Tiger After She Broke into the Henry Doorly Zoo in Omaha, Nebraska and Tried to Pet the Animal
ADD THIS ONE TO THE DARWIN AWARDS, YES ALCOHOL/DRUGS WERE INVOLVED …
33 year old Jacqueline Eide is recovering from her wounds after she broke into the Henry Doorly Zoo in Omaha, Nebraska and tried to pet the tiger. Yes, this is just another example of how alcohol/drugs, breaking and entering and trying to pet a wild animal don’t mix. The intoxicated woman made her way to the tigers cage where she suffered a “severe trauma” to her left hand. The wounds are so bad that she might lose parts of her fingers. Well that will teach her. She is lucky she did not lose her entire arm. She was eventually driven to hospital by a friend, where police cited her for criminal trespass.
An intoxicated woman was bitten by a tiger after she broke into a zoo and tried to pet the animal, police said.
Jacqueline Eide, 33, reached into the predator’s cage after she allegedly entered Henry Doorly Zoo in Omaha, Nebraska, early Sunday — just hours after Halloween.
There was no merciful repeat of Daniel in the lions’ den, however, and Eide suffered a “severe trauma” to her left hand, the Omaha Police Department said in a statement.
She was driven to hospital by a friend, where police said Eide was aggressive and showed signs of intoxication by alcohol or drugs. She was cited for criminal trespass and remained at the hospital for treatment Sunday.
But this was not the first time this woman has been in trouble with the law, surprise, surprise. According to KETV, Eide was sentenced to prison time for her third DUI in 2011. She was arrested twice in Omaha this year and has criminal convictions, including drunk driving, graffiti, disturbing the peace, obstruction of justice and shoplifting. Hmm, I guess with losing a couple of fingers on her hand and maybe her hand altogether, Eide won’t be doing any more shoplifting or graffiti. Maybe the 18-year-old Malayan tiger called Mai did the folks of Omaha a public service.
Virginia Police Continue to Search for College Freshman Anjelica “AJ” Hadsell Missing Since 3/2/15 … Father Wesley Hadsell Arrested on Charges Unrelated to his Daughter’s Disappearance … Believes He Knows Who Took AJ (Update: Stepfather Denied Bond)
Virginia police continue to search for missing 18 year old Anjelica “AJ” Hadsell. According to Norfolk police, they have not ruled out foul play in the disappearance. The college freshman Anjelica “AJ” Hardsell has been missing since March 2, 2015. when she disappeared while on spring break from Longwood University. However, her father, 36 year old Wesley Hadsell, was arrested by police and charged with crimes unrelated to his daughter’s disappearance. Wesley Hadsell has been charged with four charges of obstructing justice, one charge of possessing ammunition after a felony and one charge of breaking and entering. The father’s arrest comes on the same day police and search crews spent more than 12 hours combing through a heavily-wooded area along South Battlefield Boulevard in Chesapeake.
Wesley Hadsell has said that he had nothing to do with his daughter’s disappearance; however, he believes his daughter was abducted and stated that he broke into the home of the person he suspects took AJ to look for evidence in connection with the disappearance.
Anjelica “AJ” Hadsell Missing Since 3/2/15
Virginia police are searching Sunday for a university student missing since March 2, while the woman’s father says he was arrested on charges unrelated to his daughter’s disappearance after a lengthy interrogation.
Norfolk police haven’t ruled out foul play in the disappearance of Anjelica (AJ) Hadsell, 18, who vanished nearly three weeks ago while home on spring break from Longwood University, where she is a freshman.
Her father, Wesley Hadsell, told WAVY-TV Saturday that he was arrested after being questioned by police for more than 15 hours. He said he was charged with obstructing justice, possession of ammunition after a felony and breaking and entering.
“They asked me where she was at,” Hadsell, 36, told the station from the Norfolk County Jail. “I know, give them the answers. I can bring AJ home. Their words last night (Friday).”
“I couldn’t sit a minute away from where my daughter may have been,” Hadsell said from the Norfolk City Jail.
Hadsell admitted to breaking in and spending roughly 18 minutes inside the home. where he tore through trash cans and pealed back parts of the carpet. He said he even punched the family dog out of anger. He claimed to have discovered a clue upon searching through the resident’s furniture.
“I found my daughter’s jacket in his couch rolled up behind the cushion,” said Hadsell.”I was just trying to make the evidence come to light. It’s not like I had the jacket, I didn’t plant the jacket, I didn’t know anything about that. It was the fact of the overwhelming information that led me there.”
It was during a search of Hadsell’s hotel room where he said Norfolk police found 72 rounds of nine-millimeter ammunition. Hadsell doesn’t deny any of the charges or having a lengthy felony criminal record.
“(I) made mistakes,” he said. “I’ve been out of trouble for over 10 years, and I do have successful employment at a business and stuff like that and a good family.”
Hadsell calls himself a changed man, and calls the disappearance of his daughter “overwhelming.”
“I want my daughter home,” said Hadsell. “That’s what I want and that’s all I want. Anybody who wants to say something about that or get in the way of that, then I’m sorry. So what some ways are unorthodox. I didn’t have anything to do with her disappearance. I don’t know where she’s at.”
The stepfather of a missing Longwood University student broke into the home of a police witness earlier this month and threatened four people, according to a prosecutor.
Wesley Hadsell, 36, was denied bond Friday on charges of obstructing justice, breaking and entering and possession of ammunition by a felon.
In court Friday, Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney Ashley Coleman said Wesley Hadsell was “seeking to impede” the investigation into his stepdaughter’s disappearance. She said he broke into the home of a person who had been questioned by police and assaulted an animal there. She added that Hadsell threatened several police witnesses with violence and harassed at least one with an air horn.
Assistant Public Defender Katherine Currin, Hadsell’s attorney, cast the allegations in a different light. She said her client believed AJ Hadsell might have been in the house where the March 6 burglary occurred.