Episode #24: “Take a Bite Out of Crime”, from True’s 16 November 2008 issue.
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Take a Bite Out of Crime
Guy Dugas, 49, told his girlfriend, Louise Deeringer, 56, that he had no idea where her teeth were. She didn’t believe him. “You’re going to tell me where my teeth are, or I’m going to kill you,” she allegedly said, according to the resulting police report. The Tampa, Fla., couple, who have been together for 11 years, ended up locked in combat, with Dugas giving Deeringer “flying lessons,” she told police — throwing her into the air — and Deeringer allegedly chasing Dugas out of their mobile home at the point of a kitchen knife. Both were arrested: Deeringer charged with felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, and Dugas with misdemeanor domestic battery. Police found Deeringer’s teeth, where they had fallen behind the couple’s TV. (Tampa Tribune) …That’s better than last time, when they found them clamped onto Dugas’s ass.
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