Wednesday, August 1, 2018
Tuesday, July 31, 2018
Patterson claimed that she died after accidentally choking on his manhood during a sex act.
An autopsy confirmed that Marquinez died of asphyxiation after she choked on Patterson’s manhood during a sex act.
It was also determined that there was no sign of a struggle, which would have suggested that the woman was forced to do something against her will.
Patterson’s attorney asked the judge to allow the jury to see his client’s manhood, but the judge declined.
After hearing the case including testimony from an expert on the matter, the jury determined that the death was an accident and Patterson was found not guilty.
Monday, July 30, 2018
An Arkansas woman is in jail after telling police she shot and killed her husband because he purchased pornography.
Jefferson County authorities say 69-year-old Patricia Hill called 911 to report what she had done.
Hill told dispatchers that she shot her husband, 65-year-old Frank Hill.
She told investigators that she canceled his subscription when she found out he ordered television porn.
Hill said she then asked her husband to leave and when he refused, she shot him.
Investigators found the man in a backyard shed when they noticed he had been shot twice.
"There's a shed that he would frequent from time to time, I’m not sure if it was designated as a man cave or whatever but he was found inside that shed," said Maj. Lafayette Woods.
Patricia Hill is currently in the Jefferson County detention center and will stay there until her court date next week.
Sunday, July 29, 2018
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Thursday, July 26, 2018
The burglar didn't get the Wi-Fi password he was looking for, however. The man leaped out of bed and confronted the intruder, shoving him down the hallway and out the front door. He then immediately called the police. The troublemaker was arrested by police minutes later. No one was injured in the confrontation.
Palo Alto police declined to name the 17-year-old suspect because he was a minor. He was arrested for burglary—a felony—as well as misdemeanor charges of prowling. He was also arrested for providing false information to a police officer—according to police, he initially lied about his identity when he was apprehended.
The intruder had gotten into the house by "cutting a screen covering an open window in the side yard," according to a police statement.
Remarkably, this wasn't the suspect's only legally dubious attempt to get Wi-Fi access that weekend. Just before midnight the previous night, police say, the same young man was found prowling around outside another Palo Alto home. When the house's residents came out and confronted him, he "asked to use their Wi-Fi network because he was out of data."
They told him to get lost, and he rode away on a bike that turned out to be stolen from their back yard. Police were able to recover the bike from the suspect following the second burglary, and he may face an additional charge for stealing the bike.