Tuesday, March 29, 2011
Cops started looking at the old sicko who lived next to a park in Baltimore, Ohio where investigators believe he lured young boys into his twisted web by plying them with smokes and treats. That's when they found twisted monster's library of depravity.
So Brain McDaniel tried to fight him off, but hampered by the frozen crustaceans in his trousers was eventually subdued in the store car park in the Dover, PA township.
Cops quickly arrived to pick up the fishy shoplifter who was caught with the help of a bystander.
The guard sustained minor injuries, but it's not known if McDaniel, who is being held on bail has any injuries or frostbite.
He is being held on $10,000 bail.
As the couple--Elaine is 69 and Dave is 72--fought yet again, something snapped in Dav and he got out his Glock and fired it at her. He missed. She laughed.
"You can't even shoot," she chuckled at Dave. On the second shot, he didn't miss and her body fell to the floor. He then tried to kill himself
"Most of the victims were runaways or easy targets," a law enforcement official told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, adding that the suspects
COPS in Utah have arrested three people in the sickening torture murder of a disabled mother. According to detectives, Christina Harms' body was discovered tied in the shape of a crucifix in her home in Kearns. They believe Kearns, 22, was the victim of a disturbing bondage torture that led to her death. Horrifyingly, her 2-year-old child was in the home at the time of the killing. Cops have arrested Kearns’ caretaker, Cassandra Shepard, 27, Shepard’s mother Sherrie Lynn Beckering, 50, and stepfather Dale Beckering, 53 who have all been charged for domestic violence.
Upset about his grade Jason. M. Hamilton blasted two shots at professor, Tatyana Kravchuk as she took a class at Northern Virginia College.
But he clearly hadn't been paying attention in class as he got his angles all wrong.
His first shot hit a blackboard behind her and she quickly ducked under her desk, while his second hit a wall behind her.
Even he described the shots to cops as as flying "way over her head."
His rifle malfunctioned as he prepared to pull the trigger for the third time.
Cops found Hamilton sitting in a chair outside the classroom, where he told them: "I am the shooter," as they approached.
Prince William Police Det. Brian Cavanaugh described Hamilton as quiet
Linda Grayson, an intern for the doctor said: “Nothing out of the ordinary,
Darlene Nevil, 46, didn't stand a chance, as the boy kicked in her bedroom door of their Dallas, TX home and shot her in the back of her head.
Then he pumped her husband Alan, also 46, with four bullets but astonishingly, he lived for 16 days and implicated his baby faced assassins before he died.
Cops quickly picked up the conniving pair and earlier this year the 13-year-old boyfriend and accomplice was sentenced to 28 years earlier this year.
Now the girl, who moved in with the pair after having problems with her father in Ohio will serve at least 20 for her part in the vicious crime.
Alan's sister Fran Nevil Cawley told the girl in her victim impact statement: "We welcomed you with open arms, but it’s one lie after another for you.
periods of time. Despite these complaints, Florida’s Department of Children and Families allowed the twins to remain with the Barahonas. Go figure.
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Honor student Rachel Hachero pistol whipped her mother then threatened to kill her in order to get a sports car, Cops say.
Last Thursday she called her mom Linda from a car dealership and asked her to co-sign for the vehicle. When she refused, Rachel's big brain quite simply couldn't cope, so she went back to their Fort Myers FLA home with a 9mm.
After pistol whipping her mom, she pointed it at her head and told her that they were going to the dealership, demanding that her mother sign for the car, Lee County Sheriff's report. So the pair went back to Sutherlin Nissan, where, with little choice in the matter, Linda signed for the 2004 black Nissan 350Z.
Although she called the deputies the next day Linda told them that she didn't
Kimberly Bell tearfully testified that the slugger also threatened to "tear out my breast implants because he had paid for them," and that he had admitted to taking the performance enhancing drugs during their nine year relationship.
Her explosive testimony prosecutor's say, proves that the former Giants star lied about steroid abuse during grand jury testimony in 2003, when the Bay Area Laboratory Co-Operative was being investigated.
The head of the company pleaded guilty to supplying pro athletes with the drug.
Bell told San Francisco's US District court that Bonds admitted to her