Saturday, April 23, 2011


HE'S BRIGHT. Cheerful. Likely in a relationship. He is Jekyll and Hyde come to life. And cops think he is the Long Island serial killer responsible for at 10 slayings of hookers whose bodies were dumped on a local beach. The New York Times has done a stunning job using criminologists, profilers etc to draw a "chilling" profile of the killer. Serial killer researcher Scott Bonn said: "This is someone who can walk into a room and seem like your average Joe."
ACCORDING TO THE TIMES: He is most likely a white male in his mid-20s to mid-40s. He is married or has a girlfriend. He is well educated and well spoken. He is financially secure, has a job and owns an expensive car or truck. He may have sought treatment at a hospital for


FORMER ACTRESS Lindsay Lohan was hammered with a 120 day jolt in jail for violating her probation--then was out on bail in hours. The troubled one-time actress was sprung after posting $75,000 bail in relation to her theft of a $2,500 necklace from an LA jewelry store.
When Judge Stephanie Sautner announced her decision, LiLo--in her best role since Georgia Rules--she threw up her hands and looked at her lawyer, stunned. She was also ordered to perform 120 hours of community service at the LA County morgue plus another 360 hours at


HIS TATTOO gave him away. Cops in California say a really clever gang member's tattoo led to his conviction in a 2004 cold case murder. Anthony Garcia, 22, was convicted of first-degree murder with gang enhancements for the slaying of John Juarez, 23, on January 23, 2004. Garcia was linked to the slaying when a detective was sifting through photos of gangland tats. His image was entered by the California Highway Patrol when he was stopped in 2008. According to KTLA, the tattoo featured an image of Ed's Liquor on the 6600 block of Rosemead Boulevard. In front of the