Articles Tagged with mental illness

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After her boyfriend told her that he was too sleepy to have sex, a woman allegedly sliced him many times with a kitchen knife when she reportedly became rather agitated over being turned down.

Jennifer Lee Chapman and her boyfriend live together in an apartment in Dunedin, Florida. The 36-year-old woman reportedly got the urge to become sexually intimate with her boyfriend around 5:30 am on Friday.

When Chapman propositioned her man he told her he was too drowsy and decided to reject her request, which incited a verbal altercation between the pair.

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A Massachusetts teenager reportedly took a bite of a gas station clerk’s cheek and proceed to play in the bloody aftermath in front of the customers until the authorities arrived.

Late Monday night, Scott Trainor, 55, was working his shift at a Sunoco gas station when a local man who regularly shops at the convenience market came in.

19-year-old Joel Davila, who said that Trainor often allows him to take beverages when he doesn’t have money, made an attempt to grab a bottled drink when the clerk stepped in. Trainor blocked Davila’s access to the cooler with his arm and the situation allegedly turned confrontational.

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The trial for a Long Island, New York, foster father who is accused of numerous allegations of sexual abuse with children in his care began on Wednesday. Prosecutors describe his home as tranquil in appearance, having a nicely manicured lawn and classic cars parked in the driveway. But, was “like a prison” for the boys he was raising. Many of these boys suffered from mental illness or low I.Q.s.

According to the prosecutors in this case against Cesar Gonzales-Mugaburu, boys would wake up in the middle of the night to find Mr. Gonzales-Mugaburu allegedly on top of them. At other times, the boys would be chasing the dogs around the house and would allegedly find him sexually abusing another child.

One boy allegedly allowed the rape to happen. He hoped that if he submitted to Mr. Gonzales-Mugaburu and kept his attention on him, that he would be less likely to sexually abuse his younger brother.