Wednesday, May 24, 2017

12-year-old boy shot and killed 12-year-old girl while friends recorded Facebook Live video

People were shocked to see a young girl being shot dead on Facebook Live.

Police in Argentina, launched an investigation after a 12-year-old boy shot and killed the 12-year-old girl with his father's gun.

The incident unfolded in a home in Santa Rosa de Calchines, on Tuesday afternoon. A group of youngsters were at the home, and one of them started recording the Facebook Live video.  More

Police chief shoots and kills man who jumped into his patrol car

Parents are demanding answers as to why their son was shot dead while he was sitting inside a patrol car.

The family said that they were not notified of the police involved shooting until 6 hours after he was killed.

Police in Louisiana, were called to a home West DeSoto Avenue at South Armour Street in Converse, for a disturbance.  More

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Prisoner Faces Eighth Execution Date

Seven times, Tommy Arthur has escaped death. 

With his eighth execution date less than a week away, he phoned from an Alabama prison to talk about the increasingly slim chance that his lethal injection will be called off yet again.

"Until I take my last breath I'll have hope," Arthur, who has been on death row for almost 35 years, told NBC News on Friday. "I don't know how to quit. I don't know how to give up."
He has the paperwork to prove it. Sentenced to death for a 1982 contract killing he insists he didn't commit, Arthur has filed a mountain of challenges, many of them successful — at least in the short run.  More

Monday, May 22, 2017

Mom killed 2 kids to save them from evil in world

DAYTON, Ohio — Police in Ohio say a woman told them she fatally shot her two children to save them from the world's evils.
The Dayton Daily News reports that Dayton police Detective Rod Roberts wrote in court documents that police interviewed Claudena Helton after the May 18 shooting. Her 
8-year-old daughter and 6-year-old son died Sunday.
Roberts wrote that the 30-year-old Helton "made admissions to shooting the children to save them from the evils of the world."  More

Sunday, May 21, 2017

Mother stabs son to death because he cursed her

A mother brutally murdered her son because he cursed her while she was drunk, according to police in Arkansas.

The Conway Police Department said that they arrested the mother who fatally stabbed her son, and she is behind bars.

Police arrested 55-year-old Jessie Mae Johnson early Saturday morning.

Johnson was charged with first-degree murder for the stabbing death of 38-year-old Christopher Helms.  More

Saturday, May 20, 2017

Masked man points gun at woman, smashes her cake

DELTONA, Florida - A Florida woman arrived home Tuesday to an armed masked man pointing a gun at her, reports CBS affiliate WKMG.

The woman, who asked not be identified, said he was standing in her driveway as she pulled in.

"I had a cake in one hand and I had groceries in the other hand," she said. "There was a strange person standing there, dressed in all black, his face covered up, pointing a gun at me."

The victim said the man was calm, like he'd done something similar before. She said she immediately feared for her daughter, who was inside her home.   More

Friday, May 19, 2017

Mother stages baby daughter’s death on London bus after killing her at home

Passengers on a crowded bus were shocked to see a mother playing on her phone while a nurse attempted to revive her dead baby daughter, according to police in the united Kingdom.

London police said that the parents of the 3-month-old girl have been jailed for causing or allowing the death of a child after they staged her death on the London bus.

Rosalin Baker, 25, and Jeffrey Wiltshire, 52, both of Morris Avenue, E12, were sentenced at the Old Bailey on Thursday.  More

Mother is arrested for abandoning her one-year-old son at a 'drug house' for three days with no food or diaper changes

A Florida woman was arrested after a neighbor found her one-year-old son at a suspected drug house, where the child was left for three days with no food or change of diaper.

Ashley Baskett left the boy at a home on Bowman Street in Brevard County, near Cocoa, earlier this week, reported Click Orlando.

Investigators said that on Wednesday a neighbor at the Cocoa Mobile Home Park called 911 after hearing the child's cries and finding the boy on a mattress near a hole in the floor.  More

Teacher bites arm of special needs student and lies about being punched in the face

A special education teacher lost her job after being accused of intentionally biting a young girl with special needs, according to police in Texas.

The Austin Police Department said that they have arrested 35-year-old Courtney Williams, after being accused of biting the 9-year-old daughter of Librada Henry.

Williams has been charged with injury to a child. 

The Cook Elementary School placed Williams on administrative leave. She then resigned from her job.  More

Man fatally shoots sister’s boyfriend 8 times because he had no food stamps left to buy Hot Pockets

A man flew into a rage after his sister's boyfriend did not come home with Hot Pockets, according to police in Georgia.

Atlanta police said that they have arrested Nathaniel Mathis, after being accused of fatally shooting his sister's boyfriend for not having money on his food stamps card to buy Hot Pockets.

In court, Mathis has been found guilty of murder, criminal damage of property in the first degree, possession of firearm by first offender probationer and possession of firearm during commission of a felony.  More

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Beer bandits accused of stealing $3,000 in booze over 5 month spree

SAN ANTONIO — Two men arrested Wednesday are accused of stealing about $3,300 in beer from various businesses over the course of several months, according to court documents.

Dominic Marshall, 28, and Julian Brothers, 27, were charged with a state jail felony charge of theft.

The two allegedly stole numerous packs and cases of beer from various locations across San Antonio, starting in January and continuing through May. 

They allegedly stole on 20 occasions, according to the affidavit.   More