Boner of the Day

Boner (Round One) for August 11th, 2017

Boner Candidate #1: STOP THE BLACKS AT THE U

At least two racist signs were posted on the University of Utah campus last week, one taped on the wall of the Student Life Center and another taped crudely over an advertisement near the building. University officials learned about the posters on social media last week, according to Annalisa Purser, a university spokeswoman. When officials went to remove the posters, they were gone, she said. Text on the poster said “Stop the blacks” and listed unverified crime statistics. A link to a website directs to a manifesto written by a white nationalist group called Vanguard America. Vanguard Utah confirmed that the posters found at the U. are associated with it.

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Boner Candidate #2: DID HE HAVE ANY IDENTIFYING MARKS?

A man who allegedly robbed a Texas Walgreens was arrested Wednesday night after he was identified due to his unique face tattoo. Christopher Breaker 25, was arrested for using a knife to rob a Walgreens in Harris County on Aug. 4, according to ABC 13. Witnesses reported the tattooed man “acting differently” as he paced around the business. An employee said Breaker took food off the shelves and ate it before he leapt over the pharmacy’s counter and pulled a knife out of his pocket. The man then tried to break open a door with a fire extinguisher but gave up and exited through the front entrance.

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Boner Candidate #3: NO DRUGS OFFICER, BUT I MIGHT HAVE SOMETHING ELSE YOU’D LIKE

A Bay City man is facing a misdemeanor after allegedly offering sexual services to an undercover police detective. Matthew Mace Lagalo, 54, on Thursday, Aug. 3, appeared in Bay County District Court for arraignment on one count of prostitution-accosting and soliciting. The charge is punishable by up to 93 days in jail and a $500 fine. Charging documents state Lagalo on Tuesday, Aug. 1, offered to perform a sexual act on a detective at the Edward M. Golson Boat Launch & Nature Area, 1598 N. Johnson St. on Bay City’s East Side. Court files are light on other details. Speaking to The Bay City Times-MLive, Lt. Eric Wilber of the Bay Area Narcotics Enforcement Team (or BAYANET) said his agency received a tip of suspected drug dealing happening at the boat launch. The tipster described a vehicle the drugs were allegedly being sold from, Wilber said.

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