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Boner Candidates April 13, 2016

Boner Candidate #1: Finally found: Parents of 2-year-old S. Ogden girl have some explaining to do

South Ogden police say that nearly 11 hours after officers first found a 2-year-old girl wandering down a dark street early Tuesday morning in her pajamas, her parents made contact with them. Police Lt. Dwight Ruth said that due to the long period of the time the girl apparently had been on her own without her parents’ knowledge, detectives would be looking carefully into the case. The girl, located about 1:30 a.m. from the area of 40th and Madison, remained in the care of state child welfare officials. She was in good health, Ruth said. Ruth did not have further information on how the parents had finally made contact with police, but could only confirm that they had, just after noon.

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Boner Candidate #2: Man Goes to the Dentist to Have Four Teeth Removed. He Wakes Up to an Unexpected Nightmare.

An Indiana man woke up to an unexpected nightmare last month during a trip to the dentist’s office. Donny Grigsby says he went to White River Dental in Columbus, Indiana, to have four teeth removed. But instead, the doctor pulled all of his teeth, WRTV-TV reported. Grigsby’s wife, Amanda Grigsby, said that during their visit to Dr. Aaron Strickland, her husband was put into a medically induced coma. But during the procedure, Strickland decided to pull all of Grigsby’s teeth, due to an infection he feared might spread. Amanda Grigsby waited for four hours in the waiting room and later came in to find her husband covered in blood and unresponsive.

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Boner Candidate #3: Hundreds Sue Tennessee Cemetery After Relatives’ Bodies Go Missing

Jackie Hughes longs to grieve over her sister’s death in simple ways: visit her grave, lay out flowers, and pour a can of Bud Light — her sister’s favorite — on the spot. But three years after Tawana Hillard’s death, Hughes hasn’t been able to spill a drop. Hillard is missing. Since her graveside service at Galilee Memorial Gardens near Memphis in 2012, her body has been lost, along with hundreds of others whose remains were entrusted to the cemetery. “I want to be able to walk in, to put flowers down, to just kneel and talk with her, whatever,” Hughes says. Instead she leafs through photo albums at home, smiling as she remembers Saturday mornings spent talking with her sister about their love of blues music.


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