You gotta give this guy credit: he does take full advantage of his 15 minutes of fame. Not only did he run onto the field, but he does a little dance to the crowd before sprinting toward the end zone. In the end we have a tremendous hit by a security guy in yellow (the designated tackler of naked people, perhaps?) and then a late hit by a guy in blue.
Now, don’t start in with all of your generalizations about female softball coaches. We’re sure this one has a perfectly good reason for befriending a 14-year-old girl, giving her booze (allegedly) and showing her pornography (also allegedly) and having her over to her house repeatedly over a one year period. If you just take a few minutes, you can probably think of hundreds . . . okay, maybe dozens of reasons . . . okay, really, probably just one or two and those are probably way out in left field, why this would happen. Still’ let’s not be too hasty in judging this woman’s actions.
Elizabeth Anne Rossok, age 20, 4295 West US 40, Apt. C, Greencastle, IN surrendered herself to the Putnam County judicial system on Friday, November 12, preliminarily charged with one count of Sexual Misconduct with a Minor, Class D felony and one count of Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor, Class A misdemeanor. Rossok later bonded out on 10% of the $20,000 bond.
Indiana State Police Detective Deanna Jones began an investigation on September 24, 2010, at the request of the Department of Child Services in Putnam County, into allegations that Elizabeth Anne Rossok had sexual contact on multiple occasions with a 14 year old female friend. The sexual contact allegedly occurred at Rossok’s home over a nearly one year period, beginning in August of 2009 and lasting until the initiation of this investigation. The victim is now 15 years of age.
During the investigation, additional allegations surfaced accusing Ms. Rossok of providing pornographic material and alcoholic beverages to the 14 year old victim during the same period as the sexual contact.
Coach Charged With Sexual Misconduct (WTHI)
The strangest part of the story is that the Texas track team manager in question, Rene Zamora, got away with secretly videotaping young women in the locker room for more than two years before getting caught. And, according to police reports, when one of the athletes did notice him holding a camera over the shower curtain, his only response was to run away and yell, “Sorry.”
Yeah, that’ll make it all better. According to cops, Zamora, 30, will be charged with improper photography or visual recording, a state jail felony.
UT Police Department investigators confiscated a home laptop computer and memory cards from Zamora’s Austin apartment in September, according to Senior Associate Athletics Director Nick Voinis. Detectives found images of two former and eight current female student athletes. In addition, police said there are also two- to three more women in the videos that they have not identified, likely student athletes as well.
“We are shocked and angry that an individual who outwardly comported himself as a trusted employee allegedly took advantage of both his position and access,” said UT Women’s Athletics Director Christine Plonsky . “Once we became aware of the situation, we took immediate action and have been fully cooperating with legal authorities. There is no adequate means of describing our regret and dismay at this news.”
UT officials began their investigation after a member of the cross country team said she caught the 30-year-old trying to record her in the shower in the locker room after returning from a track meet in Houston on Sept. 3. According to a police search warrant, the athlete turned to rinse her hair and spotted the lense of a camera pointed at her just above the curtain rod. She told police she was startled and screamed.
Then, she reported hearing someone’s footsteps running away. She told police she peeked outside the curtain and recognized Zamora running away. She yelled “Rene,” in shock, and told police that Zamora yelled, “Sorry,” as he ran out of the locker room.
Former UT Women’s Track manager jailed (KXAN)
UPDATE: Vandal Identified, Offers to Pay Damages
The woman in the video seen kicking a hole in a column in the women’s bathroom at the Boston Garden has been identified (although not publicly) and she will be paying for the repairs she caused by that drunken kick.
EARLIER: Do you live in the Boston are and recognize the Bruins fan in this video? If you do, the officials a the Boston Garden would like a word with you . . . and ultimately with her. You see, there’s this great video of her putting her foot through a column in the ladies restroom . . . and I think they’re a little unhappy about the damage she did. Can’t anyone take a joke anymore?
Boston Bruins spokesman Matt Chmura said building officials found the damage in their postgame sweep after Saturday night’s game against the St. Louis Blues. They are trying to identify and locate the woman, whose face is clearly shown in the video. In the video, a woman in a Milan Lucic Bruins T-shirt kicks a hole in a support pillar in the bathroom. Then she falls down.
There’s low and then there’s low, and then there’s these two idiots. After looking at surveillance video, police believe Ronnie Kerr and Audra Britain stole from the belongings of people who were volunteering for a Special Olympics swim meet in Oregon. We have a table for two at the “Special Place in Hell” diner for these two. The only good news? They are still on the run and the cops could use your help tracking them down. Take a good look at the mugs shots at right.
Details from KPTV:
Gresham police have identified two people accused of stealing at a Special Olympics swim meet. Police say a tip pointed them toward Ronnie Kerr and his girlfriend, Audra Britain, in the theft at the Mt. Hood Community College’s aquatic center last weekend.
Surveillance video shows a man and woman walking down what police describe as a hallway where families and volunteers at the event were storing their belongings. The man served as the look-out for the woman, police say. During the first pass through the hallway, she took a purse and about 10 minutes later, she rifled through a bag and took a wallet, according to police.
Officers say they used the college’s surveillance video and footage from stores where the pair used the victim’s credit cards to verify the pair’s identity. Both Kerr and Britain are believed to be living in the Oregon City area, officers say, and might drive a black Geo with California plates.