Boner of the Day

Boner Fight for May 22nd, 2020

Boner Candidate #1: WELL, EXCUSE ME!

The Kaysville City Council — in a revolt against Mayor Katie Witt — was considering turning on sprinklers and cutting power to a city park to stop a protest concert she backed there that openly aimed to defy state COVID-19 restrictions. Word about these possible city actions was enough Thursday to chase away the May 30 concert — featuring country star Collin Raye — which now will move to the Studio Ranch Amphitheater near Grantsville. “The city of Kaysville is really, really confused internally,” concert organizer Eric Moutsos said in explaining the decision to move. “We were invited by the mayor. The City Council knew, and now they’re wanting to turn sprinklers on us to ruin our equipment.” Moutsos — who has led several protests around the state against virus restrictions — provided a copy of a draft news release given to him (which Witt confirmed was genuine) that warned the city would use sprinklers, cut power, lock parking gates and seek both criminal and civil legal action against anyone responsible for the concert. “It was a direct threat,” Moutsos said. “What I want to do now is have our next rally in our swimsuits in Kaysville’s Barnes Park because it’s absolutely ridiculous that the City Council did what it did to the people of Kaysville and Mayor Witt, and they should be ashamed.”

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Boner Candidate #2: EENEY MEANY, CHILI BEANY…THE SPIRITS WANT ALL YOUR MONEY.

ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. – A St. Augustine woman who is listed online as an international spiritual medium has been charged with exploiting an elderly person after investigators said she used over $180,000 of the victim’s money to start a business and for other personal use. Jackie Ronco, 30, is listed as a co-owner of the Purple Lotus on San Marco Avenue in St. Augustine, which was recently evicted for not paying rent. Ronco is also facing eviction from her home and has been sued by two credit card companies for failure to pay $3,600 in bills. Ronco’s relationship to the victim has been redacted from the arrest report, but the report indicates that she was the victim’s power of attorney and a signer on the victim’s bank account. The victim’s age has also been redacted but the report said she has suffered from dementia for many years. According to the report, Ronco put the victim in an assisted living facility and withdrew large sums of money from the victim’s investment accounts to pay for care. The report shows Ronco used the victim’s money for daily expenses, her children’s day care and to start a business.

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