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Man’s Ex-Girlfriend Shoots Him in the Groin, What Followed Was Unbelievable

HAMILTON, OH - In a story that is as shocking as it is heartrending, an Ohio man has publicly forgiven his former girlfriend for shooting him in the groin. The man, Charlie Glenn, survived the traumatic event and has since expressed his ongoing affection for his ex-girlfriend, Tonya Nester, 36, despite her violent actions.

The incident unfolded when Nester invited Glenn for a seemingly innocent walk. It was during this walk that she revealed she was carrying a firearm. Glenn reported that Nester initially tried to downplay the seriousness of the situation by claiming the weapon was a pellet gun. However, when Glenn insisted on seeing the weapon to verify her claim, she shot him.

Despite being in a state of shock and dealing with the immediate pain of his injury, Glenn was able to disarm Nester. His quick thinking and bravery were crucial in ensuring the situation didn't escalate further. Meanwhile, his nearby family members who had witnessed the incident quickly dialed 911 to summon help.

Paul Carpenter, a friend of Glenn's, was on the scene shortly after the shooting. He rushed Glenn home, where he assessed the seriousness of the injury. Carpenter recounted his initial fear and concern for Glenn's well-being, unsure whether the injury was life-threatening. Thankfully, Glenn's injuries, while severe, were not fatal.

While Carpenter was tending to Glenn, other family members reported seeing Nester flee the scene. They described her running from the house and disappearing into a nearby alley. This information was crucial in helping local law enforcement to track Nester down.

Officers were able to apprehend Nester approximately half a mile from the scene of the shooting. Her arrest was swift, and she was subsequently taken into custody. Nester is held at Butler County Jail on a substantial $100,000 bond. She is facing serious charges of felonious assault, which could lead to significant jail time if she is convicted.

Despite the traumatic event and the physical pain he endured, Glenn has publicly expressed no resentment towards Nester. He declared that he still loves her in a statement that has stunned many. His unexpected forgiveness and ongoing affection for his ex-girlfriend, despite her violent actions, have added a unique twist to an already shocking story.

And Don't Stop There.

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Fast Food Justice: Woman receives jail time and fast food work sentence

PARMA, Ohio — A woman has been sentenced to one month in prison and ordered to work in a fast food restaurant for two months after attacking a Chipotle worker. There was video evidence of the incident on September 5 at a Chipotle location in Parma, Ohio.

Rosemary Hayne, 39, pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor assault charge and was sentenced by Parma Municipal Court Judge Timothy Gilligan. Hayne was given the option to serve 30 days in jail and then work the remaining 60 days at a fast-food restaurant. At the restaurant she can secure employment with, she must work a minimum of 20 hours per week.

During the sentencing, Judge Gilligan asked Hayne if she wanted to walk in the victim's shoes for two months and learn how people should treat people or do you want to do your jail time? Hayne chose to take the option of working in a fast-food restaurant.

Hayne has yet to find a job at a fast food restaurant as of Wednesday, according to her attorney.

The assault on Chipotle worker Emily Russell has had lasting effects. Russell, who had worked at Chipotle for over four years at the time of the incident, revealed that she quit her job a month after the assault due to a lack of support from the chain. She claimed that she was never contacted by Chipotle following the attack and had to continue working her shift after the food was thrown in her face.

Russell expressed relief at Hayne's sentencing and spoke about her own dedication to her job, saying, "I've been saying she's lucky she's working 20 hours [a] week — I was working 65 hours a week."

In response to the incident, Laurie Schalow, Chief Corporate Affairs Officer for Chipotle, said the company is committed to its employees' safety. Schalow stated, "The health and safety of our employees is our greatest priority, and we're pleased to see justice served for any individual that does not treat our team members with the respect they deserve."

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