Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Florida man kills mom's friend for pursuing his imaginary girlfriend

A Florida man started shooting at police after he killed a family friend -- who he believed was flirting with his imaginary girlfriend, officials said.

Brian Disario, 30, of Port Richey, allegedly shot and killed his mother’s friend, David Armstrong, 56, because he believed the man was flirting with his girlfriend -- who did not exist -- FOX13 reported.

Disario’s mother reportedly called police after the shooting, saying her son was mentally ill and had shot someone in the garage.

"My son shot someone.

He is schizophrenic. More

Monday, October 16, 2017

Passenger in Fiery Crash Burned to Death After Driver Abandoned Her and Hailed a Taxi

In the videos, Ahmed appears to walk away from the accident towards a yellow cab. 

He can be heard asking the cab driver, “Can I get a ride?” before getting in and driving away.

Ahmed allegedly had the cab take him to a local hospital, where police found him being treated for burn wounds, police say.

In the video, the sedan’s driver and passengers doors are open.

Speaking to ABC7, Grewal’s boyfriend, Karan Dhillon, said, “I really wish that he did make an attempt,” he said. “If he didn’t make an attempt, then you know, that’s a really cowardly move, man. God will deal with it.”

Ahmed has been charged with manslaughter, criminally negligent homicide, leaving the scene of an accident, aggravated unlicensed operator and speeding, police say.  More

Friday, October 13, 2017

Man kills wife, injures mom-in-law in cleaver attack

BURLINGTON, Vt. — Police say a man who had recently sought a mental health exam at a Vermont hospital because of worries about his relationship with his wife has returned home and attacked her with a cleaver, killing her and critically injuring his mother-in-law.
They say the attack began in the kitchen of the family's Burlington home and spilled onto the street, where an armed bystander held the man until officers arrived.
Police say Aita Gurung was in custody Thursday night. He can't be reached for comment while in custody. It's unclear clear if he has a lawyer who could comment for him.
The Burlington Free Press reports police have identified his slain wife as 32-year-old Yogeswari Khadka. Her mother, 54-year-old Thulsa Rimal, is hospitalized.  More

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Teen Allegedly Rapes Neighbor, Then Offers to Do Yardwork

A Florida woman claims her 18-year-old neighbor broke into her home and raped her, then offered to do chores to make up for it.
Authorities say Timothy Adam Walding let himself into the victim’s bedroom on Friday while she was sleeping, then held a knife to her throat tied her hands to the bed, then raped her, all while he wore a mask. Afterwards, a sheriff’s report says, Walding didn’t leave, but told the woman she knew him, and she eventually realized who it was.
She claims that he later untied her hands and let her go outside, but not before offering a bizarre explanation for his actions. 
“You really should deadbolt your door because I didn’t really want to do this, but I had to do it,” Walding allegedly said. 
He stayed at her home for more than an hour, the report said, and as penance for his alleged action, offered to “make this up to her by doing some yard work or by fixing something around her house.”  More

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Two babies found on backseat of car after mothers overdose on heroin

Kristen Leigh O’Connor (picture), 27, from Coral Springs, and June Anne Schweinhart, 28, from Lake Worth, had decided to buy $60 worth of heroin while their children were in the vehicle. 

The pair, who met during a drug treatment program, then reportedly snorted the drugs at a parking garage in the 1300 block of South Federal Highway, according to ABC7. 

Boynton Beach Police said one of them had called 911 when the other showed signs of an overdose before she herself started convulsing.  More

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Woman mixed pipe cleaner into colleague's tea at nursing home

A female worker at an elderly nursing home in Shimonoseki City was arrested for allegedly mixing drain cleaner into her colleague’s tea, reports the Sankei Shimbun.

Yamaguchi Prefectural police arrested Akino Kimoto, 29, a part-time worker of the city's social welfare council, for allegedly making her 50-year-old female colleague drink the tea she contaminated.

Kimoto, who has been accused of assault, admits to the charges, according to police.  More

Monday, October 9, 2017

Florida girl, three, is found in 90 degree weather in a hot car outside a jail while her mom visits an inmate

A three-year-old girl was found outside the Orange County Jail in a hot car and drenched with sweat while her mother was inside visiting an inmate.

Rachael Etienne, 21, left her daughter in the car for more than 20 minutes before a corrections officer made rounds around the property and found the girl.

According to the arrest report, the child was found drenched in sweat and the car was locked with the engine off and windows slightly cracked.  More

Friday, October 6, 2017

Mother accused of drowning 1-year-old boy in kitchen sink

JACKSONVILLE, N.C. – A North Carolina woman has been charged with murder after she admitted to drowning her 1-year-old boy in the kitchen sink earlier this year, according to The Daily News.
Larry Ordway, the boys father, called police in January after returning home from work to find his girlfriend, 41-year-old Angela Maria Olson, and their son, Tyler Rex Ordway, missing.
After filing a missing persons report with Jacksonville police, Ordway returned home and found Olson and Tyler in the attic of the home.  More

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

5 craziest crimes of the week

Some bizarre Walmart behavior and a strange court ruling are on the list:

Woman "consumed everything she could" in Walmart: Police say 25-year-old Josseleen Elida Lopez drove a motorized shopping cart through a Florida Walmart while gorging on discount wine and everything from sushi and a rotisserie chicken to mini muffins and cinnamon rolls.  More