12/3/19 Whiskey and The Surfer Show Notes

12/3/19 Whiskey and The Surfer Show Notes

4256pro December 3, 2019

Hey Folks,

The latest episode of Whiskey and The Surfer is finished and our Tracklist is:

Sammy Hagar – I Can’t Drive 55

Foreigner – Head Games

Sammy Hagar – There’s Only One Way To Rock

Manic Hispanic – I Want To Be A Cholo

The Tubes – She’s A Beauty

RATT – Round and Round

RATT – Wanted Man


A Kansas man was arrested after he allegedly stole a car to go bail out his older brother, who had been detained for stealing a car, authorities said.

Eric Dean McCracken, 36, and Keith Ray McCracken, 32, were arrested hours apart on Friday morning, the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office in Kansas said.

A Jackson County Sheriff’s deputy had stopped Eric McCracken in a 2007 Chevy Trailblazer near Mayetta, Kansas, for a traffic infraction at around 1.30 a.m. on Friday, the sheriff’s office said. He was arrested at the scene for driving with a suspended license and was taken to jail.

The sheriff’s office later determined the Trailblazer had been stolen, after discovering it was registered not to Eric McCracken, but to an address in Meriden. The vehicle’s owner was not aware it was missing at the time McCracken was stopped, but later reported it stolen.Ads by scrollerads.com

Then, shortly before 5 a.m., the sheriff’s office said it was alerted by the Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office of a stolen 2015 Chevy Silverado they were tracking that was heading north of U.S. Highway 75.RELATED STORIES

An off-duty Jackson County sheriff’s deputy began following the vehicle into Holton where a police officer tried to stop the vehicle, but it fled the scene by driving through yards before stopping behind a former County Mart Store. There, the driver fled the vehicle on foot, the sheriff’s office said.

A perimeter was set up and a K9 belonging to the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office began to track the suspect, later identified as Keith McCracken.

Undersheriff Darrel Chapmen spotted him inside the Casey’s General Store on Arizona Avenue and deputies and police officers took him into custody.

“It is believed that the younger McCracken was en route to the Jackson County Jail to post bail on his older brother in a stolen vehicle,” Jackson County Sheriff Tim Morse said in a news release.

The brothers, both of Topeka, Kansas, were booked into Jackson County Jail awaiting bond, the sheriff’s office said.

Eric McCracken is charged with driving while suspended and possession of stolen property. Keith McCracken is being held on charges of fleeing and eluding a law enforcement officer, reckless driving, driving while suspended and possession of stolen property.

Newsweek has reached out to Jackson County Sheriff’s Office for comment.


Woman, 70, Jailed After Sidewalk Sex Encounter

Cops: Defendant and mate, 60, trysted in view of minor victim

DECEMBER 1–A 70-year-old woman and her 60-year-old mate are each jailed on a felony charge after they allegedly had sex on a Florida sidewalk in view of a 12-year-old child, police report.

According to investigators, Susan Roscillo and Robert Kellogg trysted around 8:45 PM Thursday in front of the Capitol Theater in downtown Clearwater. They were both subsequently arrested on a felony charge of lewd and lascivious exhibition for allegedly engaging in sexual conduct in the presence of the minor.

Pictured above, Roscillo and Kellogg are each being held in the county lockup in lieu of $10,000 bond.

The victim, Clearwater police say, saw Roscillo “on her back with her legs up in the air and no pants on.” The septuagenarian was “actively masturbating Kellogg’s penis with her hand,” according to an arrest affidavit.

After being read his rights, Kellogg reportedly admitted to having sex in public with Roscillo, adding that she “did have his penis in her hand multiple times.” Kellogg, cops reported, apologized and said that he knew the Thanksgiving night encounter “was wrong.”

Roscillo was “extremely uncooperative and continued to scream that she wanted a lawyer,” according to the affidavit, which indicates that both defendants showed an “indication of alcohol influence.”

Roscillo was convicted earlier this month on an open container charge after she was spotted drinking a can of Bud Light Cran-Brrr-Rita beer on a Clearwater street. Kellogg’s rap sheet includes collars for trespassing; disorderly intoxication; disorderly conduct; panhandling; battery on a law enforcement officer; obstruction; and carrying an open container. Court records describe Roscillo and Kellogg as homeless. (1 page)


Motorist Gets Mouthful In Road Rage Spat

Police: Floridian spit food into woman’s mouth

NOVEMBER 22–When a female driver sought to apologize for her role in a road rage confrontation, a Florida Man responded by giving her a mouthful.

A mouthful of food that he spat from his mouth into hers, according to a police report.

Investigators say that David Wipperman and the female victim were involved in a “road rage incident” on October 29 in Pinellas County.

Following the confrontation–which is not further described in court filings–Wipperman, 61, exited his Chevrolet truck and approached the driver’s side of the victim’s Kia sedan.

The woman, cops say, rolled down her window and “apologized to the defendant.” Wipperman allegedly responded by spitting food he had been chewing at the woman. “The food struck the victim in the face and entered” her mouth, according to an arrest affidavit.

Wipperman then allegedly open the victim’s car door and began screaming at her while pointing a finger in her face. His menacing ended when “a passerby interrupted the incident.”

Seen above, Wipperman was arrested yesterday and charged with a fair of felonies. He is being held in the county jail in lieu of $12,500 bond.      

Wipperman, a Largo resident, is a convicted felon whose rap sheet includes collars for disorderly conduct, violating probation, battery, grand theft, aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, and felony battery. The arrest affidavit lists Walmart as Wipperman’s employer. (1 page)


Ex-Con Jailed On Grand Theft Burrito Charge

Cops: Arizona felon stole grub from victim on Phoenix street

NOVEMBER 25–An Arizona felon is back behind bars following his arrest last Saturday night on a grand theft burrito charge, cops report.

According to investigators, Timothy Bell, 29, approached a man on a Phoenix street and “took that person’s property by force” while making “threatening statements.”

The stolen property, a felony complaint states, was a “burrito, of a value less than $1000.”

After having his burrito stolen, the victim called 911 and followed Bell until police located the ex-con and arrested him on a downtown Phoenix street around 8:40 PM. Bell, who is listed as a transient in court records, was found in possession of a “wrapper from burrito he stole,” cops reported.

Seen above, Bell was booked into the Maricopa County jail on a felony robbery charge for which no bond has been set. He is scheduled to be arraigned on December 6 in Superior Court.

Bell’s rap sheet includes two separate state prison terms and convictions for weapons possession, disorderly conduct, trespassing, and narcotics possession. Bell is currently on probation in connection with a 2015 conviction for misconduct involving weapons, a felony for which he served nearly three years in custody. (4 pages)


Man Claims Wind Blew Bag Of Coke Into His Car

Despite explanation, man still gets arrested

NOVEMBER 15–During a traffic stop, a Florida Man told police that the wind may have blown a “bag of cocaine residue” into his vehicle, according to an arrest affidavit.

Cops in Fort Pierce last month pulled over a vehicle driven by Joseph Zak, 37, after the car did not pause at a stop sign around 9:40 PM.

With Zak’s sedan still in motion, an officer spotted Zak making “furtive movements, leaning over towards the center console as attempting to discard an item out the passenger window.”

After Zak’s auto came to a stop, an officer approached the car and saw the suspect trying to conceal an open can of Budweiser. A subsequent search of the car turned up a glass crack pipe and a clear baggie “with a whitish residue, which tested positive for crack cocaine,” police reported.

Questioned about the baggie, Zak (seen above) denied ownership of the item and claimed that “the police or the wind must have placed it there.”

Pictured above, Zak was subsequently arrested on multiple charges and booked into the St. Lucie County jail (from which he was later released on bond). Zak, who works as a painter, is scheduled for a December 3 arraignment hearing. (1 page)


Customer Cited For Pizza Hut Order Rage

Wisconsin man faces disorderly conduct rap

NOVEMBER 4–A Wisconsin man is facing a disorderly conduct charge after allegedly threatening Pizza Hut workers because there was “not enough cheese on his extra cheese pizza,” investigators report.

The 25-year-old defendant, whose name was redacted from a report released by police, ordered a “personal pan pizza with extra cheese” last Monday morning from a Pizza Hut in the village of Weston.

About five minutes after the man left the restaurant with his order, his girlfriend returned, pizza in hand, and said it “wasn’t right and it didn’t have enough cheese on it.” A worker offered to remake the pizza, but “assured her it would be the same as the first pizza,” according to an Everest Metro Police Department report.

The girlfriend, cops noted, replied that “her boyfriend wouldn’t eat it and then she walked over to the garbage can and threw it in the trash and left the building.”

A few minutes later, the “agitated” male customer reappeared in the Pizza Hut and began “yelling, screaming, and acting strange,” according to a witness. The man refused an offer of a new pizza and made a comment about employees possibly spitting in his food.

A Pizza Hut employee who told police she was “afraid because of the male’s yelling and screaming” called 911. While the customer and his girlfriend were gone when officers arrived at the restaurant, a Pizza Hut manager provided cops with the license plate of the couple’s vehicle and the phone number from which their takeout order was placed.

When police subsequently tracked down the customer, he “stated he does not believe he should be issued a citation because he is an American and works hard.” The man, who denied yelling and swearing at Pizza Hut workers, said he planned on pleading not guilty when he appeared in Municipal Court. (3 pages)

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