User Login    
 + Register
PDQ Cleaning
News : Woman Claiming To Be A Vampire Attacks Man
Posted by Randy on 2013/10/31 4:10:00 (943 reads) News by the same author

Tampa, FL (AP)-Close to midnight a hungry vampire takes a bite out of a sleeping homeless man outside a vacant Hooters.
Click to see original Image in a new window

This may sound like a scene straight out of a Halloween horror movie but, it is really an arrest report from the St. Petersburg (FL) Police Department.

According to police, earlier this year 22-year-old Josephine Rebecca Smith was hanging with 68-year-old Milton Ellis when she allegedly told him she was a Vampire and attacked him.

Smith, driven by either passion or, a midnight craving for flesh reportedly chewed off chucks of the man’s face and bit part of his lip off while on top of him in his motorized wheelchair.

Ellis did manage to escape and call for help at a nearby Shell gas station where he had met Smith early in the evening. With half his face and lip chewed the victim managed to guide Police to the vacant Hooters where he said the attack had occurred.

Police found Smith not injured but half-naked and covered in blood. Smith denied knowledge of the attack or why her clothes were off. In a clear-cut case of he said, she said, Ellis claimed Smith was dressed when he last saw her.

Ms. Smith was arrested on a charge of aggravated battery on an elderly person. Bail was set at $50,000.

If you don’t know what a real vampire ( or someone who says they are a vampire) looks like, check out the little blood sucker’s Pinellas County Jail mug shot.

Click to see original Image in a new window

Printer Friendly Page Send this Story to a Friend Create a PDF from the article


Other articles
2015/5/4 8:58:06 - Fire Destroys Buses In Chillicothe
2015/5/4 7:55:50 - Bean-Bag Fundraiser Held Saturday In Trenton
2015/5/4 7:50:36 - Hamilton Man Injured In Polo Parking Lot
2015/5/4 7:50:00 - Weekend Fire Kills Four At Trenton Residence
2015/5/4 7:47:24 - Accident Injures Pattonsburg Teen
2015/5/4 7:45:06 - Injury Accident Reported Near Green City
2015/5/1 23:12:29 - Accident Near Jamesport Injures Four
2015/5/1 9:00:47 - Daviess County Accident Injures Cameron Woman
2015/5/1 8:51:48 - Princeton To Hold Kindergarten Screenings In Mid-May
2015/5/1 8:50:00 - Trenton Key Club Holding End-Of-Year Fundraiser
2015/5/1 8:49:05 - Livingston County Fair To Host "Singing" Auditions Saturday
2015/5/1 7:40:00 - THS Teams Finish Second At Nick Sloop Relays
2015/4/29 7:40:00 - Bulldog Tennis Team Downs Lafayette, 7-2
2015/4/28 10:30:00 - Bulldogs Finish 7th At LeBlond Invitational
2015/4/28 8:20:00 - TMS Track Sweeps St. Joseph Christian Relays
2015/4/28 8:00:00 - NCMC Honors Departing History Instructor With Brown-Pushkarsky Award
2015/4/27 9:00:00 - Weekend Accidents Reported Across The Region
2015/4/24 8:10:00 - NCMC's Berry Signs With Newman University
2015/4/22 10:41:35 - Young Family Trusts To Benefit NCMC Students
2015/4/22 10:01:35 - Herrera Suspended, Ventura Fined For Throwing At Lawrie
2015/4/22 9:50:00 - Plattsburg Girls, Trenton Boys Win Team Titles At TMS Relays
2015/4/22 8:34:10 - Hog Farm Dispute Brings Large Audience To Grundy County Courthouse
2015/4/22 8:30:00 - Chillicothe Boys Win Cameron Relays, Trenton Girls Finish Third
2015/4/22 8:28:38 - Hornets Sweep Bulldogs In Varsity Tennis
2015/4/22 8:20:18 - Trenton Golfers Beat Chillicothe In Tuesday Duel
2015/4/22 8:12:56 - Applications Being Sought For Livestock-Related Honor
2015/4/22 8:02:57 - Route A, In Southwest Mercer County, To Close On Thursday
2015/4/22 7:54:05 - Highway Patrol Sergeant Recognized For Life-Saving Efforts During September Flooding
2015/4/22 7:44:27 - Oklahoma Rape Suspect Arrested Along I-35 In Northwest Missouri
2015/4/22 7:38:43 - University Of Missouri Receives Bomb Threat, "All Clear" Issued



Bookmark this article at these sites

                   

Listen to KTTN-FM