23 August 2013

Too Violent for Unalaska

The physical confrontations in the Unalaska Police Blotter tend to be mostly fisticuffs & drunken brawls, although there have been a few reports of folks walloping others with frozen fish. Heh.

Okay, probably not funny. Sorry.

But the Associated Press reports this one:
A 40-year-old rural Alaska resident suspected of trying to drown a man in a mud puddle has been charged with attempted murder.

The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reports Neil Madros of Nulato also is charged with felony assault.

... Kriska told investigators Madros pushed him face-down into a 3-inch-deep puddle and said he was going to drown him.

Kriska says muddy water entered his mouth. He saw stars and thought he was going to faint. He says Madros also hit him on the head with something. A cut on Kriska's head required 13 staples to close.

Nulato is 310 miles west of Fairbanks. Madros was jailed in Fairbanks.

In a mud puddle ... sigh.


Well Seasoned Fool said...

Improvised murder weapon?

Rev. Paul said...

I'm not sure even a liberal could construe a puddle as a weapon ... but then I never could understand the way they think, anyway.

Chickenmom said...

He will be charged with water boarding....The Alaskan way!

Rev. Paul said...

That's bad, Chickenmom ... I love it!