Weird Criminal Law Stories # 457: Crying foul at the day care center

PENNSYLVANIA: Crying foul at the day care center! It has come to our attention that a day-care worker in this state is facing criminal charges for allegedly coaxing 3- and 4-year-old children to use obscenities – and taking videos of them doing so. Ray Gyles, 24, of Allentown, was officially charged in November with a misdemeanor count of corruption of minors. Gyles was a bus monitor at Creative Minds Daycare Academy in Allentown. District Attorney Jim Martin said Gyles had six children direct obscenities toward another child.  An official report on the matter reveals that she made videos of them and sent one of them to a friend, who called police. The video made its way onto Facebook and has been viewed nearly 170,000 times.


 OHIO: Does Ohio actually have a bestiality problem? We learned that in November 2016, the Ohio Senate voted 31-0 in favor SB 195, which made having sex with animals a crime. It appears that Ohio was among the few states without an anti-bestiality law on the books. “This is something sickening and perverse, and we don’t want Ohio to be the place that you can come and have sex with an animal,” said State Senator Jim Hughes after passage of the bill.


PENNSYLVANIA: The headline read: “A clean getaway.” State police are hunting for a detergent thief who cleaned out a supermarket. The unidentified man was shown on surveillance tape loading up his shopping cart with more than a dozen 150-ounce bottles of laundry detergent in mid-November 2016, then leaving the Giant Food Store in South Hanover Township without paying, according to a police report. It was further reported the man had driven away in a dark-gray SUV. The theft happened at 3:20 am at the store near the town of Hershey. Police believe the same man had stolen detergent from the same store earlier in November. Yep, a clean getaway.


ALASKA: Should it become a casino or a chicken ranch? We learn that the state of Alaska is open for suggestions over what to do with its Palmer Correctional Center, a 40-acre prison that once housed 500 inmates. The facility was shuttered earlier this year for budgetary reasons. The most popular suggestions so far include making it a halfway house or drug rehabilitation center. Others in the state want it to become a casino or a chicken ranch.





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