Posts Tagged ‘Boise’

Mugshot released of Boise naked guy (and he looks REALLY happy)

May 14, 2011


Earlier this week, Jonathan Palmer of Boise, Idaho was arrested walking down the street naked. Palmer told police he was just trying to get rid of his fear of being naked in public and helping others get over THEIR fears of seeing naked people. Shockingly, authorities say no drugs or alcohol appear to have been involved in the incident.

Penetrating local tv news investigation literally finds glory hole at adult book store

March 5, 2011

Cases of AIDS in the Boise, Idaho area have doubled over the last five years. HIV infections in the same period of time are up 50%. This has the local health department so concerned that they are starting a campaign to “initiate a public conversation” about risky sexual behavior.

The health department expressed its concern about the practice of “complete strangers meeting in public places for anonymous sex.” (Yes, there’s an app for that. Watch the video in this story.) Meanwhile, KTVB TV, the local NBC affiliate, focused their own investigation on adult book stores in the Boise area. Apparently, along with the rest rooms at public parks, rest areas and Boise State University bathroom stalls, the peep show rooms at adult book stores are the preferred destination for anonymous sexual hookups.

Channel 7 sent a producer “undercover” with a hidden camera into Boise area adult book stores. In a “matter of minutes” the producer was propositioned for anonymous sex through a GLORY HOLE at one of the adult book stores.


November 25, 2010


Beaten down by Black Friday? No worries. After a hard day of shopping join Ryan Hill and me at Cheerleaders Sports Bar & Grill in Meridian.

Watch the Boise State University Broncos pound Nevada and catch the Auburn and Oregon games as well. Who know, you may even be able to enjoy yet another loss by LeBron James and the Miami Heat.

We also have a ton of giveaways and prizes including University of Idaho and BSU gear. It all starts at 11:00 Friday night followed by a live radio show of “600 Pounds of Ugly” from midnight-2:00 a.m.

Be there. Go Broncos!


July 2, 2010


MMA star Jeff Monson, my tattooed, tag team, radio partner is going to be making a series of personal appearances in the Boise, Idaho area for the Fourth of July weekend. He will be signing autographs, talking to fans and giving away tons of prizes at the following locations:

* Buffalo Wild Wings, Nampa-Saturday July 3,2010 7:00 pm-8:30 pm

* The Office Bar & Grill, Boise-Saturday July 3, 2010 9:00 pm-11:00 pm

Remember, the best way for you to watch Brock Lesnar battle Shane Carwin for the heavyweight championship at UFC 116 is to catch the action with a guy who has actually fought for the title. Join Jeff Monson at Buffalo Wild Wings or The Office Bar & Grill Saturday night!


July 28, 2009

It’s only been 20 years and I finally get a chance to use that phrase in a headline.

A Boise, Idaho man is suing the city after police tasered him in the ass. A community ombudsman ruled that Boise police used “excessive force” in a May arrest. The man was tased while handcuffed and laying face-down on the ground. Boise’s Police Chief has said the officer’s actions were “conduct unbecoming an officer.” Nevertheless, the officer was returned to active duty in July.

The man who was tased suffered a pair of burns on the inside of his buttocks. In his tort claim, the man also claims that the police officer inserted his taser in an area near his anus and threatened to pull the trigger. On a tape recording of the incident, the police officer can be heard yelling,

“Do you feel this? Do you feel that? That is my taser up your ass.”

In a detailed 51-page report, the ombudsman concluded that there were two seperate tasings of the suspect. He ruled the officer’s first use of the taser as justifiable. However, he ruled that the second use of the Taser not only constituted “excessive force,” but may actually call for criminal prosecution of the officer.

Even Boise Mayor Dave Bieter criticized the officer’s actions saying, “I consider the officer’s conduct to be completely unacceptable. The officer’s actions were clearly unwarranted and without a doubt violated the standards of his professional training.”

The attorney hired by the man who was tased is Ron Coulter. Coulter is the former Deputy Attorney General for the Department of Law Enforcement. His duties there included training the state police in the use of Tasers. Coulter says of the officer who tased his client, “I don’t think he should be back on the street. I’m not sure that person’s even fit to wear a uniform.”