10A - Savannah Morning News, Friday, July 22,1994 * * Savannah Man Beaten Authorities Bust Staff Report Waters told police that Immigration Scam SHOP: FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Lawrence Waters, 35, of East 32nd Street was badly beaten shortly three or four men at- The Aaaodatad Prata 9:3OAM-9:OOPM before midnight Wednesday at 32nd tempted to rob him. NEW YORK - Three people Street and Waters Avenue, police were arrested Thursday for al- said. dent in the past. In other police news Wednesday, legedly arranging marriages ~ Waters was bleeding from the for $5,000 each - so illegal aliens mouth, nose and arms when police Sanchez Gardner, 17, of the 600 block of West Gwinnett Street was arrest- could obtain green cards. arrived at the scene at 11:45 p.m. He The arrests came after a sev- was treated at Candler Hospital. ed for firing a pistol two times about 7:20 p.m. at Gwinnett and Martin en-month investigation of Third Waters told police that three or World Personnel Services Inc. four men attempted to rob him, then Luther King Jr. Boulevard. Gardner was arrested at his Third World allegedly prom- started beating him. Two of the men ised to assist an undercover hit him with boards and all of the at- grandmother's home, where he lives. Police found the pistol hidden agent from the U.S. Immigration tackers kicked him. police said. and Naturalization Service in se- Waters told police he had served in a lampshade in his bedroom. Gardner told police he was shoot- curing a U.S. citizen wife, charg- time in prison and the assault ing him $5000 for the service. stemmed from a drug-related inci- ing at a man at a car wash. 4 Daughter: Lobster Boy Like Satan Himself By JAMES MARTINEZ lowed earlier in the day by Judge his father's drunken attack. "My fa- The Associated Press William Fuente, who ruled that Mrs. ther was on top of her, choking her," Stiles was not in imminent danger at he said. TAMPA, Fla - Born with the the time of the slaying. "He would constantly threaten to same claw hands and stump legs as Late Thursday, Mrs. Stiles took kill her, constantly," the 25-year-old their father, two children of a side- the stand for the second time in the Ms. Berry said. show performer known as the Lob- two-week trial, acknowledging that A daughter of Stiles who was ster Boy hoisted themselves to the her husband did not abuse her the born with no defects, 30-year-old witness stand Thursday and de- night of the slaying but saying pre- Donna Miles, described how in 1978 scribed him as a brutal drunk. vious threats against her made it a her father asked to meet privately "He was like Satan himself. ... case of kill or be killed, with a man she hoped to marry Very cruel, very cold-hearted, very "I knew on that day (he) was ei- "I heard a bang and then I heard sadistic," Cathy Berry testified at ther going to have to die, or at any another one," she testified, saying the trial of her mother, Mary Stiles. moment myself or my children were Stiles had shot her boyfriend. The Mrs. Stiles is charged with mur- going to be killed/' she said. young man stumbled out of the der for paying a teen-age neighbor Mrs. Stiles, 56, could get life be- house and died. < $1,500 to shoot and kill her husband, hind bars if convicted. She said her father poked his Grady Stiles Jr., two years ago. The victim was known to carnival head out a window, smiled and said She must rely entirely on her own audiences as Lobster Boy because of "Better him than me.'" words and those of her children to his pincerlike hands, a result of a Stiles was convicted of third-de- convince a jury that years of abuse rare genetic condition. gree murder in 1979. He was sen- left her no choice. Grady Stiles III, 17, testified that tenced to 15 years probation, partly Experts who were ready totes- only days before his father's 1992 because he had liver cirrhosis from tify that she was a battered spouse slaying, he broke through a locked heavy drinking and emphysema acting in self-defense were disal- door to rescue his stepmother from from smoking three packs a day. Double DUI Offender Sentenced To Six Months By VICTOR EPSTEIN ing the hearing, will serve the six-month sentence in the Statesboro Bureau Southeastern Probation and Detention Center and then resume a two-year period of court supervision. STATESBORO - A Statesboro teen-ager who killed the first DUI occurred Nov. 17 when he struck Ike a Savannah ironworker last year while driving drunk outside a Bulloch County tavern and produced a .10 rand later was arrested on another DUI charge received blood-alcohol content; the state's legal limit is .08, a six-month prison sentence Thursday for violating his probation. The second DUt offense occurred in March while the Christopher Dosier, 19, of 210 Lee Dr. was sentenced teen was free on bond, facing criminal charges for Dee's Thursday by Bulloch County State Court Judge John death, and under a court order not to consume alcohol. Roberts Turner, after police found him intoxicated and After his convictions in June, Dosier once again was in possession of alcoholJuly 5. forbidden to drink or drive and ordered to continue to at- It was the second time the Georgia Southern Univer- tend Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and to complete sity freshman, who is undergoing treatment for alcohol- an alcohol-dependency program at WUlingWay Hospi- ism, violated a court order forbidding him to consume tal. alcohol after hitting and killing 37-year-old Joel Ike in November. Ike, a Wilmington Island resident, is survived by his 37-year-old wife, Becky, and three young children. 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