WEIRD EXCHANGE on Piers Morgan's CNN chat show Monday night. He was interviewing famed record producer Narada Michael Walden and asked him where he was when he heard about Whitney Houston. Walden replies; “I was in a really, REALLY tiny town in Northern California called GWAlala, very remote, and all we had was a small transistor radio and that's how I heard about Whitney.” Narada doesn't seem to know that Gualala not only enjoys indoor plumbing, hot and cold running water, but also has cable and satellite TV. The internet, even.
SHORTLY BEFORE ONE in the morning Wednesday (February 15) Sheriff's deputies were summoned by a neighbor to a Point Arena address where they found a woman wounded by a shotgun blast to her buttocks. She was airlifted, via medical helicopter, to Santa Rosa where she is in stable condition. Dane Kraich, 49, is being sought. The couple was said to be arguing outside their residence when Kraich shot the woman.
MOPES from all over are appearing in Mendocino County for Home Invasion Season, 2012. Monday, February 13th, four men were arrested at 930 in the morning on Black Hawk Drive, Willits, as they sat in the driveway of a property involved in the medical marijuana business. The owner, suspecting the quartet was in Willits to rob him, called the Sheriff's Department. Deputies immediately noted that three of the four men were tweeked. A search of their vehicle revealed methamphetamine as well as several military style backpacks. Other items in the vehicle included gloves, stocking caps, bolt cutters, flash lights, saws, saw blades, duct tape and night vision devices. Oh, and a loaded .380 caliber pistol was found in the brush near the vehicle. Eventually the suspects admitted they had come to this area intending to steal marijuana. All four were arrested and booked into the Mendocino County Jail on charges of criminal conspiracy, attempted robbery, possession of methamphetamine and possession of burglary tools. The subjects are currently held on $150,000.00 bail.
HEY GUYS, is this Guatemala?
Over there — is that an impala?
I feel so remote
I might need a boat
just to get home from Gualala