The Daily Populous

Wednesday May 22nd, 2019 evening edition

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When deputies arrived, McLeod, 58, was drunk and holding an alcoholic drink, authorities said.

after deputies said they were there to investigate a possible domestic assault, according to the incident report.

McLeod shouted, "The cops are here," slurred his words and appeared to have trouble walking, the report said.

Deputies entered the home and found McLeod's wife and another woman at the top of the stairs, the Sun Herald reported.

The lawmaker's wife said McLeod was intoxicated and "snapped" because she undressed too slowly when he wanted sex, authorities said.

She told deputies that he struck her in the face, giving her a bloody nose.

McLeod's wife declined an ambulance trip to the hospital but said her daughter would drive her there for an examination, the report said. »

Hackers have been holding the city of Baltimore’s computers hostage for 2 weeks

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Baltimore, like several other cities that have been hit by such attacks over the past two years, is refusing to pay up.

This is Baltimore’s second ransomware attack in about 15 months: Last year, a separate attack shut down the city’s 911 system for about a day.

In 2018, hackers demanded that Atlanta pay about $50,000 in bitcoins as part of a ransomware attack. »

Exercise: Psych patients' new primary prescription

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"The general attitude of medicine is that you treat the primary problem first, and exercise was never considered to be a life or death treatment option.

In fact, Tomasi estimates that only a handful of inpatient psychiatric hospitals in the U.S. provide psychotherapist-supported gym facilities exclusively for these patients.

"The priority is to provide more natural strategies for the treatment of mood disorders, depression and anxiety," he adds. »

Man Wants Town To Pay For Damage On His Lowered Car After Driving Over Speed Bumps

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Man Wants Town To Pay For Damage On His Lowered Car After Driving Over Speed Bumps.

Man Spends £3,000 To Lower Car Suspension, Can’t Get Over Speed Bumps: People will go to all sorts of lengths to jazz up their cars, and although the additions might look cool, they’re not always practical.

”On top of the extra mileage and driving he's incurring, Fitzgibbon also claims to have around $2,500 worth of damage to his car by driving over the speed bumps and now he wants the village to pay for it. »

Washington becomes first state to legalize human composting

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On Tuesday, Gov. Jay Inslee signed SB 5001, “concerning human remains,” making Washington the first state in the U.S. to legalize human composting.

This paves the way for Recompose, a project to build the first urban “organic reduction” funeral home in the country.

Washington already has several “green cemeteries,” such as White Eagle Memorial Preserve in Klickitat County, where people can be buried without embalming, caskets or headstones. »