Saturday, June 24, 2017

Texas mom, 25, charged in deaths of her two young children after she 'left them in a hot car to punish them while she smoked pot and took a nap'

A mother has been charged in the deaths of her two young children, after she allegedly left them in a hot car as punishment while she smoked pot and took a nap.

Cynthia Marie Randolph, 25, was charged Friday with two counts of first-degree injury to a child causing serious bodily injury in Weathorford, Texas after her kids were found dead May 26.

Police said Randolph was trying to teach her two-year-old daughter Juliet a lesson for not coming out of the car when she was the called, when Juliet and her 16-month-old brother Cavanaugh died.




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Friday, June 23, 2017

Man uses chainsaw to slice off arm of wife’s lover

A jealous husband is being held in prison on $2.5 million bond after violently cutting off the arm of his wife’s lover.

27-year-old Jose A. Jaimes-Jiminez of Illinois, assaulted the man for hanging out with his estranged wife.


Jaimes-Jiminez sliced the victim's left arm with the chainsaw. 

He severed the victim's bones in the forearm and leaving it hanging just by skin and a tendon.

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Charles Manson follower, 69, who was convicted of seven murders is up for parole after 47 years behind bars

Manson family killer Patricia Krenwinkel, who was convicted of seven murders - including the killing of actress Sharon Tate - will appear before California's parole board today in her 14th bid for freedom.

The 69-year-old killer, who is the longest-serving female inmate in California, had initially appeared in December 2016, but the hearing was delayed when her legal team claimed they had evidence Krenwinkel was acting under duress.

Krenwinkel, who has spent 47 years behind bars, will appear this morning by the parole board who have spent six months investigating whether she was suffering 'battered woman syndrome'.   More

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

25 people arrested at welcome home party for rapper released from prison

A mother is upset that police keep harassing her son while he “is just trying to perform and make money.” 

Sheriff's deputies in Georgia, said that they were allowed to attend the party as a public invitation was posted to social media. 


Rapper Montel Whitaker, aka M. Deezy, was set to perform at the Hoops Bar and Grill in Newnan, where he invited friends, family and the public for a “welcome home bash,” after he was released from prison.  More  Video

Saturday, June 17, 2017

Mistrial declared in Bill Cosby sexual assault case after jury in deadlock

Bill Cosby’s trial on sexual assault charges ended in a mistrial on Saturday after jurors failed to break a deadlock after more than 52 hours of deliberations over six days.
The jury confirmed to the judge that they could not reach a unanimous decision on whether “The Cosby Show” star drugged and molested Temple University employee Andrea Constand at his suburban Philadelphia home in 2004.
Judge Steven O'Neill declared a mistrial for the 79-year-old comedian.  More

Michelle Carter Guilty In Texting Suicide Trial

TAUNTON (CBS/AP) – A juvenile court judge has found a Plainville teenager guilty of involuntary manslaughter after she was charged with sending her boyfriend a barrage of text messages encouraging him to kill himself.
Michelle Carter was in tears as Judge Lawrence Moniz began to read his decision in the death of Conrad Roy, who was found dead in his truck of carbon monoxide poisoning in 2014.
Moniz announced his decision on Friday in Bristol Juvenile Court.

Friday, June 16, 2017

Father kills man believing he fathered his wife’s baby only to discover she was swapped at birth

A mother of a well off family tried for many years to find out what happened to her daughter, who she believed was swapped at birth.

69-year-old Zoya Tuganova of Russia, said that she gave birth to a baby girl who was named Luciya in 1987, at a maternity hospital in Chelyabinsk.

She had a Cesarean section, and she saw her baby only for a short time. When she went home from the hospital, she was given the wrong baby. 

As her daughter named Katya became older, Tuganova knew that she was raising another woman’s baby. Tuganova said that all of her children were built big while Katya was fragile.   More 

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Six criminals including murder suspect escape from jail after police forgot to lock door

Police in South Africa, are scrambling to track down several dangerous criminals who managed to escape from jail, after police forgot to lock their holding cells.

Officials launched an investigation against the Empangeni Police Station, after six criminal including a murder suspect, ran away from the detention facility due to negligence.


So far, three suspects have been caught. 29-year-old Sandile Majola, 22-year-old Mxolisi Mbuyazi, and 32-year-old Thanda Zulu, are still on the loose.  More

UPS Employee Shoots Co-Workers In San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO  (CBS SF/AP) — Four people including the gunman were dead and two others wounded in a shooting involving UPS employees at the company’s facility in San Francisco’s Potrero Hill neighborhood Wednesday morning, police said.
San Francisco Assistant Police Chief Toney Chaplin said that the shooter, a UPS employee in uniform, was among the dead. 
When police found him, he was still armed with an “assault pistol” which he then put to his head and killed himself, Chaplin said.