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Priest charged for bow and arrow demonstration later charged with concealed weapon

A Sheboygan Falls Wisconsin pastor was recently charged for a bow and arrow demonstration in church is now charged with carrying a concealed weapon into a police station.     Rev. John Putnam went to the Sheboygan Falls Police Department to answer questions about a suicidal parishioner. Putnam was wearing body armor and and had a handgun concealed in his jacket. Rev. John Putnam was given the body armor by the Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Department, where he’s the chaplain. The 30-year-old Rev. John Putnam of Pentecostals of Sheboygan County has pleaded not guilty to carrying a concealed weapon.

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Ninja robs dry cleaner

A man dressed as a ninja used a Japanese style sword in an attempt to rob a dry cleaner, Officers said. A convenience store clerk in Weymouth Massachusetts called police Monday after she noticed the man had a sword in a sheath on his belt Police said the ninja pointed a sword at the register and asked the clerk to give “him all the money”.  He left after the clerk could not open the drawer. Police still are searching for the man who appeared to be in his late 20s

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Man kills man with sword – Sun Praire WI

SUN PRAIRIE, Wisconsin. – Zachary C. Scharms, age 24 was charged Friday with first degree intentional homicode and the use of a dangerous weapon for tailing a 31 year old Anthony Elbeck into a parking lot and repeatedly stabbing him to death Anthony Edlbeck’s body was found Wednesday morning in the parking lot of his apartment building. The Dane County coroner said Thursday that Edlbeck died of a number of “penetrating sharp force injuries.” Anthony Edlbeck was walking to his car Wednesday morning when Zachary Schams walked up beside him, pulled out the sword from underneath his black leather trench …

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22 Dogs found in station Wagon with Owner

POTTSBORO, Texas – North Texas authorities seized 22 dogs found crammed inside a urine and feces coated station wagon with their owner. Two puppies and 20 dogs were taken to a local shelter until a judge decides who gets custody, the SPCA said. A hearing on the custody of the animals is set for Feb. 16th. The owner does not face charges, Grayson County constable Michael Putman said.

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