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That a naked woman told police that she was raped - a statement she later retracted - Approached a quiet police officer and asked her for stealing clothes from her vehicle and taking the authorities on a 70 mile pursuit at high speed, new shows the Videos published.

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Maricopa County Sheriff's Office Vice Francisco Campillo discovered Lisa Moon, 31, of Mesa, Ariz., Completely Naked when she 5 on S. Butterfield Road at Gila Bend on Jan Walked.

"Hey, are you okay?" She asked him. "Where are all your clothes?"

Moon initially said the officer who was raped - which she portrayed in prison - but said she was fine, as she moved away from Campillo and to his pick-up, while the representatives of a question "jacket or something like that . "Campillo was fetching moon ceiling If you jumped on the truck and drove away, which triggered a 70-mile chase that several law enforcement agencies involved.

Moon was arrested after the control of the stolen truck collided with another loss when. Vehicle on Interstate 10 near Eloy He remains in the Maricopa County jail on several counts. Its next court date was not in September, according to the Sheriff's Office of Maricopa County.
Campillo, United Nations Department 11-year-old veteran had minor injuries when he tried to stop a moon to steal his truck, but from then on it became a must.

Moon, he told investigators said a set at the junkie time, in an interview in prison in January to say 9 his skin "on" It was as if on fire.

"I remember my skin was warm," he told AZFamily.com. "As if I could, as if I could touch it. Like, my skin was on fire ... I do not know if it was acid or."

Lua said he also heard voices - father and friend of the United Nations, the two are dead.

"I remember trying to help," said Moon Campillo. "But there were a lot of things that I did not have control of, I just remember, he just wanted to let go, not wanting to lie, I just felt my body burned and repeatedly violated.


Interviews for Campillo were available, announced the Sheriff's Office of Maricopa County.


It's really hard to rescue a cow stuck in swimming pool but Okahoma City firefighters made it possible..


Do you think it is difficult to save a cat on a tree to the fire department ? Try a cow in a pool.

Oklahoma City firefighters were on Sunday morning after an owner called them "snorting", reported hearing from their pool area. Emergency officials arrived and found a hole in the pool liner and a cow trapped in the water.

Battalion Chief of the Oklahoma Fire Brigade, Benny Fulkerson according to firefighters to remove their bombs on 5 feet of pool water, did not undergo hypothermia for the cow. The teams then brought an animal destroyer to raise about 1,500 pounds for the pool and security.

Fulkerson says the cow seemed to be injured after its ordeal.

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