A DISGUSTING mom killed her baby son because he would not stop crying and then took his corpse shopping with her, cops say.
Twisted Toyrianna Smith had been drinking at a friends house when her three-month-old son, Ken Blackman Jr started to cry.
So she slapped him and put a blanket over his head.
When he cried for a second time, she struck the boy again and then pressed the blanket down onto his head, until his arms started jerking and he stopped crying.
Prosecutors said friends asked the next morning why the baby was not moving and she said he was asleep, before allegedly dressing him and
Saturday, July 2, 2011
|PRETTY MARIA RIDULPH|
Back in December 1957 Maria Ridulph was playing with a friend outside her Sycamore, IL home when a young man walked up and introduce himself as "Johnny".
She accepted piggyback rides from the mysterious stranger and her friend left her, playing with him.
It was the last time the girl dubbed "Pretty Maria" by newspapers at the time, would be seen alive.
For the next five months, almost the entire 7000-strong community, searched alongside FBI agents for the girl but in in April 1958 their worst fears were realised when Maria’s decomposed remains turned up beneath an oak tree near Galena. Now more than half-a-century later
SHE'S a nun on the run no longer, as cops say Navachia Edwards is one of the brazen robbers who held up a Chicago bank in a heist that looked like a carbon copy of Ben Affleck film "The Town."
Cops claim the 23-year-old she and an unknown accomplice escaped with $120,000 in cash after donning nun's outfits and masks exactly like the one featured in the movie which told the story of a Boston bank crew.
Cops are baffled by the bizarre discovery of Ronald Vinci's body at the 7000, square foot Fort Lauderdale house which was vacant for years until he paid almost $3million for just a couple of weeks ago.
Detective Kathy Collins said "At this time we don't really know what transpired. It is a suspicious death."
In potentially explosive testimony, Cindy Anthony had appeared to blow a huge hole into the prosecution's theory that Casey had planned to subdue her daughter, but had ended up killing her with the knockout drug.
She told the court that she had snuck home from work and had been searching for Chlorophyll but had mistakenly ended up on websites for Chloroform.
She added t that 'neck breaking' had appeared on a pop up advert.
But her argument, which prosecutor's claimed she had made up in a desperate bid to protect her daughter, was dramatically undermined when her former boss told the Florida court she was still at work when the searches were made.