Oddly enoughPublished: 5/9/13 @ 12:00
Woman used Facebook to harass herself
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.
A western Michigan woman is accused of creating a Facebook account to stalk herself.
Cheryl Nelson, a 52-year-old from the Grand Rapids area, complained to sheriff’s deputies that she was the victim of stalking, harassment and other crimes. But authorities learned that she set up a Facebook account with her ex-boyfriend’s information and made it appear that his new girlfriend was using it to harass her.
Detective Jason Russo of the sheriff’s department says Nelson couldn’t let go of her relationship with her former boyfriend.
MLive.com reported that Nelson is charged with falsely reporting a felony. She could not be reached to comment recently. There is no listing for a home number.
College graduate wears wedding gown under her robe
With friends and family already gathered for her graduation from Washington State University, Cassie Dotts thought it would be a good time for another ceremony — her wedding.
She married University of Idaho fisheries science graduate Ben Ho in a ceremony on May 3 in Moscow, Idaho. Then she received her doctorate in veterinary medicine at Saturday’s WSU graduation in Pullman, Wash.
The Moscow-Pullman Daily News reported that Dotts wore her cap and gown over her wedding dress for people who wanted to see her as both a graduate and newlywed.
The couple plans to move to Dotts’ native Nevada where she plans to work as a veterinarian in Las Vegas.
South Dakota man tried to mail dog feces to county official
Federal prosecutors say a South Dakota man tried mailing a package of dog feces to a county official.
The Argus Leader reported that 49-year-old Tom J. Parsons, of Pierre, has been charged with mailing injurious articles, which is a misdemeanor.
An indictment filed Monday alleges Parsons mailed a first-class package containing dog feces addressed to Dewey County Treasurer Kelli Mowrer.
Mowrer says Parsons was doing business with her office because he was a lien holder on a vehicle being sold in Dewey County.
Mowrer says the postal service called her to say the package smelled bad and asked for permission to keep it and investigate.
Court records do not indicate that Parsons has a lawyer.