KALAMAZOO, MI – Police have arrested a woman after they say she beat her 5-month-old son to death.
In late January, 21-year-old Jennifer Mohler was unable to wake up her 5-month-old son. She placed him back into his bassinet to tend to the boy’s twin brother.
She then notified family members in the home that her son “didn’t look right” and they ended up calling for an ambulance.
After being taken to the hospital, the boy was having seizures, had bleeding on the brain, retinal hemorrhaging, facial bruising and whiplash trauma.
The injuries were listed as “non-accidental trauma” and police were notified.
When questioned, Mohler admitted she hit both children with an open hand and hitting one in the head with an eyeglass container. She also admitted to dropping them both into their bassinets.
A judge ordered both children be removed from Mohler’s custody. Unfortunately, the injured infant died from his injuries in February.
Mohler was subsequently charged with murder and first-degree child abuse. She’s facing life behind bars if convicted on the charges. Mohler is currently being held behind bars without bond.
The boys’ father says he hopes Mohler “gets what she deserves.” He went on to say he was once Mohler’s stepfather until he and Mohler’s mother split up 12 or 13 years ago.
Mohler came to him a year ago needing a place to stay and “one thing led to another,” he said.
“I wanted another child and she had voluntarily says, ‘I will do it.’”
He kicked her out before knowing she was pregnant but when he found out and tried to get back with Mohler to raise the boys together, she “went a different route” and has kept him from seeing his sons.
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LAKELAND, FL — Police have charged a couple with the murder of the man’s 6-year-old daughter.
Last week, 26-year-old Larry Golden Jr. called 911 to report he had found his 6-year-old daughter, Honesty Curry, unresponsive in her bed.
When paramedics arrived at Golden’s apartment they found Honesty lying unresponsive on the living room floor.
Honesty was rushed to the hospital where doctors would find the girl suffering from bruises and lacerations all over her body. Even worse, she had severe skull damage and adult bite marks on her inner thigh.
Despite best efforts to save Honesty, the girl would die two days later.
When questioned about the girl’s injuries, Golden and his live-in girlfriend, 21-year-old Breonna Wren, claimed the injuries were self-inflicted. They said Honesty purposefully slammed her head into a wall.
When they were told there was no way that could cause all the injuries the girl had suffered, Wren admitted to striking Honesty with a belt and said that Golden hit his daughter with an object in the kitchen.
But it was Honesty’s 4-year-old sister that gave police a little more information on what happened to Honesty. She said she was afraid of both Wren and her father, and that she watched Wren punch the girl in the face, stomach, and eye.
She also told police that Wren was only mean to Honesty but not her and Golden’s own two children — two children who police say had no injuries whatsoever.
The girl went on to say that her father had instructed her to lie to police when questioned about Honesty, and to tell them the injuries had been self-inflicted.
A search warrant would turn up even more evidence, including the interior of the residence having been cleaned with bleach prior to first responders entering the apartment.
Golden and Wren, who is 7-months-pregnant, were both arrested and charged with first-degree murder, aggravated manslaughter of a child and aggravated child abuse. They are being held without bond at the Polk County Jail.
Honesty’s sister is back with her biological mother, while Golden and Wren’s two children — ages 1 and 3 — are in the care of the state Department of Children and Families.
BAY CITY, MI – A 21-year-old woman has been sentenced to 45 days in jail for lying about being raped in a Delta College parking lot.
In February, Mary Zolkowski told police she had been raped by a black man in a parking lot at the college.
During their investigation, police learned a parolee with sexual assault convictions was on campus at the time of the alleged attack.
The man was questioned and denied any knowledge of the incident. He was also subjected to a polygraph test that he passed.
Zolkowski’s story was already falling apart by then and it didn’t help that she was unwilling to participate in the investigation or submit to a physical examination.
When police were unable to find any evidence that a sexual assault had occurred and confronted Zolkowski with some inconsistencies with her story details, she simply changed her story.
This time it wasn’t a black man in a parking lot that raped her. This time it was an acquaintance who had raped her at his apartment. She did not want the man prosecuted, however.
Police interviewed the man who admitted he’d had sex with Zolkowski but that it had been consensual.
He also provided investigators with text messages in which Zolkowski claims to have been raped by a stranger at Walmart, and other messages where Zolkowski asks him not to cooperate with police.
When presented with the new details found by the investigators, Zolkowski finally admitted she’d lied about the rapes. She pleaded guilty to false report of a felony in March and was facing a possible four years in jail.
She didn’t get that much time but to be honest I am surprised she got any at all. On Monday she was ordered to serve 45 days in jail, with no credit for any time served.
Afterward, she’ll be on probation for two years, during which she is to be tested for drugs and alcohol and participate in substance abuse counseling. If she violates her probation, she will serve another 220 days in jail.
Personally, I feel she should have done the max time — as should anyone who falsely reports a sexual assault. If I were either of the two men she falsely accused I would sue the shit out of her.
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Patio Screen Supervisors Physically and Verbally Harassed Female Employee,
Federal Agency Charges
DALLAS – G2 Corporation, doing business as Screen Tight, violated federal law by subjecting a female worker in the Patio Screen Door Fabrication warehouse in Corsicana, Texas to unwelcome physical and verbal sexual harassment at the hands of her production manager and another high-level corporate officer, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) charged in a lawsuit it filed today.
According to the EEOC, in February 2016, the female employee, who was ordinarily a worker with responsibilities in the fabrication of screen doors, was directed by the production manager to clean the restrooms in the facility. The manager then followed her into both the men’s and women’s restrooms while making sexual comments and attempting to force himself on her. As she refused his advances and warded off his groping, the assault was interrupted when another female employee came into the area. On other occasions, the production manager had made vulgar and threatening comments to the female subordinate about her body, and what he intended to do with her sexually. The harassment victim said that the company vice president also made graphic, intimidating sexual comments to her. As a result of the sexual harassment and the direct role of management in creating the hostile environment, the employee felt she had no alternative but to leave.
Such alleged conduct violates Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VII), which prohibits employers from discriminating based on sex. The EEOC filed its lawsuit in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas, Dallas Division (EEOC v. G2 Corporation d/b/a Screen Tight, Civil Action No. 3:18-cv-01524-G), after first attempting to reach a pre-litigation settlement through its conciliation process.
“Our case asserts that the production manager abused his power and authority with his lewd comments and unwanted sexual advancement against the female employee,” said EEOC Trial Attorney Joel Clark. “Managers, supervisors and company leaders have a responsibility to ensure that their workplaces are free of harassment and any other unlawful behavior.”
EEOC Dallas District Office Regional Attorney Robert A. Canino added, “While sex harassment and aggression can occur in any workplace environment, white collar or blue collar, warehouse production facilities that are remote from corporate offices may increase the potential vulnerability of the workers. If a manager’s unlawful conduct is buttressed by the behaviors of fellow managers or officers, a woman may feel forced to make an untenable choice – to either put up with the sexual misconduct at the risk of her own safety or give up her income. That is a choice no one should ever be forced to make.”
G2 Corporation d/b/a Screen Tight is a privately held company headquartered in Georgetown, S.C. Screen Tight manufactures and installs patio screen doors and other outdoor screening systems. The company has facilities in South Carolina, Monterrey, Mexico, and Corsicana, Texas.
On Monday, the EEOC reconvened its Select Task Force on the Study of Harassment in the Workplace for a meeting at agency headquarters in Washington, D.C. Established in 2015, the task force concluded its work in June 2016 with the final report of its co-chairs, EEOC Commissioner Chai R. Feldblum and Commissioner and now-Acting Chair Victoria A. Lipnic. The report includes recommendations and resources regarding leadership, accountability, policies and procedures, training, and developing a sense of collective responsibility. Monday’s meeting delved into workplace harassment in light of the #MeToo movement, and discussed how employers can and have worked to better prevent and stop harassment.
Preventing workplace harassment through systemic litigation and investigation is also one of the six national priorities identified by the Commission’s Strategic Enforcement Plan (SEP).
The EEOC advances opportunity in the workplace by enforcing federal laws prohibiting employment discrimination. More information is available at www.eeoc.gov. Stay connected with the latest EEOC news by subscribing to our email updates.
Now that we are getting settled into Gallery Erato, we can turn our attention to getting more fabulous educators to come to Seattle! The weekend of July 6th boasts three incredibly diverse workshops by the very talented Stella Harris, an intimacy educator from Portland, Oregon.
Stella Harris is an author, educator, and coach who focuses on intimacy and connection. As a certified Intimacy Educator, she uses a variety of tools to guide and empower her clients and she teaches everything from pleasure anatomy, to communication skills, to kink and BDSM. She has presented classes for a variety of organizations including the Portland Leather Alliance, the Portland Academy of Sex Ed, Sex Positive Portland, and more, and has spoken at Portland State University, Reed College, and Pacific University. Stella is widely published in print and online, from erotic fiction to educational and lifestyle pieces on sex and kink.
This isn’t a rope class, first and foremost. No knots or ties will be taught. Rope is simply the tool we happen to be using to connect with our partners, and for this class you’ll use whatever rope skills you already have to maximize pleasure and connection. What you’ll learn are ways to negotiate a scene that take into account not just what you are going to do, but how you both want to feel. We’ll work through a series of exercises that help us hone in on our partner and our shared experience. We’ll also talk about ways to focus on your partner and drown out background distractions, even at parties.
Please bring rope and a partner, and maybe a blanket or yoga mat, as this class relies heavily on exercises. After the workshop, there will be extra time to practice your new skills, or socialize, while enjoying refreshments and desserts.
Have you ever had a moment of panic before a class or client session when you’re sure that you have nothing to offer? That everyone already knows everything you know? There’s a name for that: Impostor Syndrome. The insidious belief that we’re not good enough can prevent us from offering our talents to the world, and it’s more than a simple confidence problem. But there’s good news: “Researchers find that impostorism is most often found among extremely talented and capable individuals, not people who are true impostors.”
In this session we’ll discuss Impostor Syndrome and how it manifests, we’ll figure out how to identify when that’s what we’re experiencing, and we’ll talk about ways to get around it so we can be fiercely and authentically ourselves, and get our passion and message out into the world.
Have you ever wondered how to introduce sex toys to your own bedroom play? Are you curious but don’t know where to start? Or maybe you’ve been using some toys for years, and want to expand beyond the basics— this class is for you.
We’ll talk about the best toys to use with partners from vibrators and dildos and butt plugs to kinky items like paddles and blindfolds and rope. We’ll also show you the benefits of wedges and supports to create more satisfying sex positions. This class has something for everyone and in addition to everything you’ll learn, the class itself is a perfect date night. Try something novel and naughty with your sweetie!
Stella hopes to build a world where everyone has the tools and confidence to explore their sexuality safely and free of shame. Come be part of this world! Learn more about Stella and her new book, Tongue Tied, at www.stellaharris.net.
The infant was rushed to the hospital but the condition of the child has not been reported.
Police say Summers “has a history of drug use and extreme violence” and tried fleeing police when they tried to take him into custody.
He was quickly taken to the ground and placed into custody, only to try escaping again after being placed in a patrol car.
After claiming he was going to be sick, the officers rolled down the car’s back window. That’s when Summers jumped out the open window and into traffic.
He was detained again and placed in jail without bond after being checked out at the hospital.
Summers is facing two second-degree felony counts of child abuse inflicting serious physical intentional injury, one felony count of escape from official custody, and one felony count of obstruction of justice.
In 2016, Summers was convicted of discharge of a firearm and drug possession.
I got email from Evan at Fight for the Future as follows:
Comcast just announced a $65 billion bid to buy 21st Century Fox. This comes just days after a federal judge approved the mega-merger of AT&T and Time Warner.1
This. Is. Terrifying. Two of the biggest and most powerful ISPs in the country will now own both content and the way we view that content.
And between the FCC’s repeal of net neutrality and the federal courts giving a green light to these kinds of mega-mergers, we can expect that this is only the beginning of an unprecedented corporate consolidation of the Internet.
With the merger of AT&T and Time Warner, a single mega-corporation now controls AT&T’s massive ISP network, DirecTV, and all of Time Warner’s media companies, including HBO, TNT, CNN, and Warner Brothers.
AT&T is one of the few broadband Internet providers in many areas, and without net neutrality in place, it will have the power to force millions of Americans to consume their content while small startups, grassroots voices, and corporate competitors can be throttled or blocked.
Here’s a peek into the future: Have AT&T Internet and want to watch Netflix? Sorry, you can only watch HBO unless you want to pay more extra fees. And PBS is so slow to load that you may as well forget about it.
Comcast’s bid to buy 21st Century Fox will create another massive monopoly.2 Comcast subscribers who want to stream ESPN and Amazon Prime may soon be limited to Fox Sports and Hulu.
Without net neutrality, there’s nothing to prevent those kinds of abuses, and it’s only a matter of time before that’s what starts happening. We know that because these companies have a long track record of violating net neutrality. In fact, about one-third of America can only buy Internet service from Big Cable companies who have violated net neutrality.3
If we’re to have any defense against Big Cable’s takeover, it’s vital that we convince Congress to pass the CRA overturning the FCC’s repeal of net neutrality.
These mergers really illuminate the ways that your ISP can screw you over without net neutrality rules in place. But this isn’t just a consumer issue. A free and open Internet is essential for a functioning democracy.
There’s so much going on in the world right now, but every issue that we care about will be impacted by this fight over the future of the Internet.
April 20, 2019, Update: Firefighters successfully burned 500 acres of the Pingree Hill portion of the Elkhorn-Pingree Hill Prescribed Burn today. Thanks to the Alpine Hotshots and the Colorado Department of Transportation for their support. Smoke and small flames may continue to be visible and firefighters will be monitoring. Tomorrow, firefighters will monitor the burn […]
See the 'Announcements' and 'News' Tabs for the latest information on planned prescribed burns. For detailed information regarding prescribed fires on the Payette, visit our on-line Southwest Idaho Interagency Fuels Treatments Map.The Payette National Forest will be conducting multiple prescribed fires this spring. Depending on weather conditions burns could take place anytime from April to […]
PLEASE USE CAUTION AND SLOW DOWN WHEN DRIVING THROUGH PRESCRIBED BURN AREAS.Work is being carried out in and around parked fire equipment. Public and firefighter safety remain our #1 priorityHazardous Fuel Reduction projects are scheduled this winter/spring on three mountaintops within the Kern River Ranger District on the Sequoia National Forest, as well as various […]
In an effort to reduce the risk from high-severity wildfire, fire managers on the San Juan National Forest are increasing the use of prescribed fire. In 2019, we anticipate treating up to 15,000 acres with prescribed fire. Fire can be effectively and efficiently used to reduce fire hazard, and gain ecological and other management benefits. […]
The U.S. Forest Service will be conducting prescribed burns to maintain, restore or improve early successional habitat, maintain wetlands, restore unique barrens ecosystems, and regenerate oak and hickory. Prescribed burns also reduce fuel loads, thereby lowering the risk of wildfire impacts. Due to the overly moist and cold conditions last fall, many planned burns had […]
As winter conditions settle in across Colorado's Northern Front Range, the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests will work to burn slash piles resulting from fuels reduction and hazardous tree removal projects across the area. Hand piles are a result of using chainsaws to thin the forest. Much of the smaller cut material is piled for […]
As warmer and drier weather takes hold in Eastern Oregon, the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest is ready to begin spring prescribed burning to reduce hazardous fuels on up to 10,000 acres of the National Forest. National Forest managers have been successfully conducting prescribed burning operations for fuel reduction for more than 35 years, and in the […]
Crews are continuing to hold, monitor and staff the project. No new ignitions are currently scheduled, but prescribed fire already on the ground continues to consume ground litter, such as duff, leaves and needles, and may continue to send smoke into the air from time to time. 440 acres have been treated so far. This […]
SEDONA, Ariz. - The Red Rock Ranger District fire managers are planning a broadcast burn April 9 to 11 southwest of Stoneman Lake. The cold front forecasted for northern Arizona on April 9 to 11 is estimated to have strong enough winds from the correct direction to fulfill the prescription needed for this burn
This spring Monongahela National Forest officials plan to conduct a prescribed burn on 833 acres of national forest land in the Big Mountain area, west and southwest of Cherry Grove in Pendleton County. The Forest Service burned here in 2018 and will conduct a series of burns in this area for the next several years. […]
This spring Monongahela National Forest officials plan to conduct a prescribed burn on 491 acres of national forest land in the Brushy Mountain project area, near Mapledale in Greenbrier County. Why do we burn? Restore historic fire regimesImprove wildlife habitatEnhance forest structure and age diversityImprove oak regenerationControl tree diseases and insectsReduce hazardous fuel levels How […]
Grants, NM – The National Park Service at El Malpais National Monument and the Bureau of Land Management’s El Malpais National Conservation Area plan to conduct a prescribed fire on the west side of the monument near the junction of County Road 42 and the Big Tubes turn-off. The Rendija prescribed fire is approximately 1,500 […]
This spring Monongahela National Forest officials plan to conduct a prescribed burn on 1,055 acres of national forest land in the Ramshorn project area, about five miles southeast of Green Bank in Pocahontas County. Why do we burn? Reintroducing fire will: Restore historic fire regimesImprove wildlife habitatEnhance forest structure and age diversityImprove oak regenerationControl tree […]
This spring Monongahela National Forest officials plan to conduct a prescribed burn on 411 acres of national forest land in the Middle Mountain project area, south of Huntersville in Pocahontas County. Why do we burn? Reintroducing fire into the forest will: Restore historic fire regimesImprove wildlife habitatEnhance forest structure and age diversityImprove oak regenerationControl tree […]
This spring Monongahela National Forest officials plan to conduct a prescribed burn on 9 acres of national forest land at Cheat Summit Fort, west of Huttonsville in Randolph County. Why do we burn? This 9-acre prescribed burn will help to control grasses and other vegetation, and enhance interpretive opportunities at historic earthworks that date from […]
The rainstorm of Feb. 14, 2019, caused extensive damage to Forest Service roads across the national forest, which covers the San Bernardino and San Jacinto mountains, as well as as the eastern slice of the San Gabriels. Damage was also caused to permitted state routes maintained by Caltrans. An incident response team has been created […]
See the 'Announcements' and 'News' Tabs for the latest information on planned prescribed burns. As temperatures drop and the first precipitation of the season arrives, the Shasta-Trinity National Forest is conducting its fall, winter and spring prescribed fire projects. “The 2018 fire season has provided significant firefighting challenges for the Shasta-Trinity National Forest, our partners […]
Forest Service to Conduct Controlled Burn for Grindstone Mountain in Augusta County Today Location: This 830 acre burn will take place on Grindstone Mountain located in Augusta County near Stokesville, VA. Date and Time: The Forest Service will begin ignitions on March 20, 2019. This controlled burn will be completed over 2-3 days. Firefighters will […]
The Bureau of Land Management’s Gila District and Safford Field Office will black line and prepare the burn area boundaries for the approximately 15,726 acre South Rim prescribed burn in the Aravaipa Canyon area. The work will occur this Wednesday-Friday. Fire crews will monitor the burned area during and after the work to ensure public […]
If weather allows, the Council district will begin ignitions in the Weasel project area on Monday, 4-22. Burning will begin in the Cottonwood Corral unit, located approximately 12 miles NW of Council between Summit Creek and Cottonwood Creek and just east of Cottonwood Corrals. Burners are hoping for a break in precipitation that would allow […]
Prescribed Fire: Promoting Fire-Adapted Communities and Creating Resilient Landscapes McCall, ID – While the Payette National Forest will be conducting multiple prescribed fires this spring, an on-line map is available for the public to see details of all burns throughout Southwest Idaho. For many years, land management agencies have been producing a hard copy of […]
EMERGENCY CLOSURE ORDER OF THE FOREST SUPERVISOR RESTRICTING OCCUPANCY AND USE, TO WIT: HOOSIER NATIONAL FOREST, TELL CITY RANGER DISTRICT, INDIANA Under the authority of the Act of Congress dated June 4, 1897, as amended (16 U.S.C. 551), and pursuant to the Secretary of Agriculture’s Regulations set forth as 36 CFR Part 261, Subpart B […]
The prescribed burn that will be attempted today, weather and conditions dependent, is called Jeffries. This will be on the east side of SR 66 south of Sulphur and across the highway from Oriole Lake Recreation Area. It is in Perry County and will be 745
Dolores, Colo., April 11, 2019 –The Dolores Ranger District, San Juan National Forest is planning to conduct several prescribed burns starting in mid-May. Burning operations will take place over multiple days when weather and fuel conditions are favorable. Both hand and aerial ignition methods may be utilized, and continue throughout the summer and into fall […]
Two prescribed fires are planned for today in Perry County, weather and conditions dependent. West Celina - 452 acres. This burn will affect the Two Lakes Trail System with trail and road closures. Clover Lick Talley - 1,120 acres. This burn will affect the Mogan Ridge Trail System with trail and road closures.
PAGOSA SPRINGS, Colo., April 8, 2019 –The Pagosa Ranger District in San Juan National Forest is planning to conduct several prescribed burns near Pagosa Springs. Burning operations will take place over several days beginning mid-April. Work may continue through June depending on weather and fuel conditions. Burn units are located in the following areas northwest […]
SEDONA, Ariz., April 8, 2019, For Immediate Release — Coconino National Forest firefighters are planning to take advantage of favorable weather conditions this week for prescribed burn operations, beginning as early as Tuesday. This week’s broadcast prescribed burns will target up to 1,800 acres on the Red Rock Ranger District and an additional 300 acres […]
Fire staff successfully burned 667 acres of the Big Mountain prescribed burn yesterday, Thursday, April 4. The National Weather Service has predicted rain for this area today and fire staff are on-site patrolling for hot spots. On another note, three wildfires were reported on the Monongahela yesterday. All were small (less than 15 acres) and […]
Fire staff successfully completed the Brushy Mountain Grouse Management Area prescribed burn yesterday, Thursday, April 4. The National Weather Service has predicted rain for this area today and fire staff are on-site patrolling for hot spots.On another note, three wildfires were reported on the Monongahela yesterday. All were small (less than 15 acres) and contained […]
Blackline operations on the Big Mountain Prescribed Burn were successfully completed yesterday, April 2. Fire staff planned to continue burning today, April 3, but the National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag Warning for critical fire weather conditions through this afternoon due to strong winds, low relative humidity and low fuel moisture. Fire staff […]
Forty-four acres of prescribed burning were safety accomplished yesterday, April 2. Fire staff planned to continue burning today, April 3, but the National Weather Service has issued a Special Weather Statement for increased fire danger through this afternoon due to high winds and low relative humidity values. Winds may diminish by dark and if they […]
There is a prescribed burn planned in Jackson County for Wednesday, April 3rd on the Hoosier National Forest. Implementation of this burn is dependent on weather and current conditions in order to proceed. The Hoosier NF plans to burn 658 acres in Fork Ridge today, Wednesday, April 3rd. The burn is located in Jackson County […]
Some blacklining was accomplished today (April 2). If conditions are favorable, blacklining will continue tomorrow (April 3). However, some weather forecasts predict high winds to develop tomorrow. Fire staff will monitor weather/wind predictions and delay additional blacklining until conditions are favorable. Check back for the latest information and updates.
Several units were successfully burned today (April 2). These units will be monitored overnight. If weather conditions are favorable, burning will continue tomorrow (April 3.) However, some weather forecasts predict high winds to develop tomorrow. Fire staff will monitor weather/wind predictions and delay additional burning until conditions are favorable. Check back for the latest information […]