Monday, April 30, 2012


TUCSON - Sheriffs are currently searching for a person who may have molested three children on the east side early this morning.

Pima County Sheriff's deputies were called to a home near Catalina Highway and Snyder at approximately 2 a.m. this morning for a report of three small children who were possibly being molested by a man who may have broken into the home, according to department spokesperson Deputy Dawn Barkman.

The suspect fled the scene before deputies arrived. They continued searching the area for the suspect.
News 4 Tucson has a crew at the scene now - stay tuned for more details.

Saturday, April 28, 2012


BAKERSFIELD, Calif. -- Two brothers who worked for their father's bail bond business have been shot to death while trying to confront a customer who had skipped bail on a drug paraphernalia charge.

Gunshots rang out at about 6:40 p.m. on Kamloops Drive. Officers said they found 23-year-old Brandon Nicolas Sims and 26-year-old Zachary Daniel Sims shot.

Police have identified 26-year-old Stephen Michael Stewart as the shooter

One of the men was found in the front yard with a single gunshot wound and the other was found inside the home with multiple gunshot wounds, according to Sgt. Mary DeGeare with the Bakersfield Police Department.

According to Brandon's Facebook page, he worked at the family-owned Bad Dog Bailbonds as a bails bondsman.

A Break from the crime (James Blunt) You're Beautiful


Blind legal activist Chen Guangcheng holds a petition in his village home in Linyi in eastern Shandong province, in this still image taken from file video. Chen, one of China's most prominent human rights advocates, has escaped from home imprisonment, activists said on April 27, 2012, but uncertainty over his whereabouts and fears about his health have worried supporters.

Chen and his wife endured a "brutal four-hour beating" by local authorities last July, ChinaAid has said.
Last year, dozens of supporters were blocked from visiting Chen. Many of them were beaten by men in plain clothes.

In December, Hollywood actor and "Batman" star Christian Bale was roughed up by security guards while trying to visit Chen. Bale had been in China to promote a movie with Chinese director Zhang Yimou.
 Chen, a self-schooled legal advocate who campaigned against forced abortions, had been restricted to his home since September 2010 when he was released from jail. REUTERS/Chinaaid via Reuters TV/Handout

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

HOPE (Tucson Arizona) Have you seen ISA Celis MISSING

My Neighbor hood

Tuesday, April 24, 2012


Jurors in a New York court will see surveillance footage today of a man who allegedly dressed up as his dead mother for six years to cash her Social Security checks, even going as far as visiting the DMV for a new license in the get-up.
Crazy Dude

Thomas Prusik-Parkin is accused of collecting more than $115,000 on his mother Irene Prusik's government benefits and rent subsidies for six years following her death in 2003.
In what the Brooklyn district attorney's office called an "elaborate fraud," Parkin and an accomplice allegedly appropriated Social Security benefits, social service payments and a townhouse, all while Parkin was dressed as his deceased 77-year-old mother.

MAD COW (Disease) CASE FOUND in CENTRAL California

The United States Department of Agriculture confirmed Tuesday that it found a case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) in a dairy cow from central California.
This is the nation's fourth confirmed case of the ailment commonly known as mad cow disease.
John Clifford, the USDA's chief veterinary officer, said the animal was never presented for slaughter for human consumption, so it at no time presented a risk to the food supply or human health. Additionally, milk does not transmit BSE.

The USDA has begun contacting world agencies and trading partners but does not expect the finding to affect beef exports.
Earlier rumors sent live cattle futures plummeting on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange by as much as 3-cent-per-lb daily limit as a result of a mass sell-off, reports Reuters.


Pilar (pee-lar) Sanders was arrested Monday and booked into Collin County Jail on a misdemeanor domestic violence charge.
Jail records didn't give details about the alleged attack and Prosper police declined to discuss it Tuesday. But Deion Sanders tweeted Monday that his children ''just witnessed their mother and a friend jump me in my room.''
Sacked by Ex- Wife

Deion Sanders filed for divorce in December. His wife's divorce attorney didn't immediately respond to a call seeking comment.
The former Dallas Cowboy is an NFL Network analyst. The couple starred in a 2008 Oxygen network series, ''Deion & Pilar: Prime Time Love.''

Monday, April 23, 2012


TUCSON - In their latest update to the media, Tucson Police say they are continuing to investigate and follow potential leads regarding the disappearance of 6-year-old Isabel Celis.
At 10 a.m. today, Tucson Police Chief Villasenor said they are still keeping all their options open at this point, and everyone involved in considered a person of interest.
Two dogs from the FBI are in Tucson, specifically trained in searched urban areas, Villasenor said. One dog is training in tracking scents, the other is a cadaver-sniffing dog.
Over 100 officers remain on this case, and their review of surveillance video from businesses in the area has not yet yielded results. Officers have also checked the nearby landfill, as trash has been collected since Celis went missing.
No ransom note has been left, and no ransom demand has been received by the family at this time, Villasenor said.


Sunday, April 22, 2012

MEXICO (Fishermen pull up 20 FT LONG) WHITE Shark IN NET

Two commercial fishermen in Mexico received the surprise of a lifetime Sunday when they hauled up a great white shark measuring nearly 20 feet and weighing about 2,000 pounds, according to local news reports. The rare catch of such a large white shark -- at 20 feet it'd be among the longest ever recorded -- was made in Mexico's Sea of Cortez near Guaymas, by fishermen who thought they had merely scored a large haul of much smaller fish as they hoisted up their net.

"We were amazed and immediately realized that we had a huge, dead, great white shark, and then we thought what are we going to do?," Guadalupe, one of the fishermen, said in an interview with Pisces Sportfishing, which is located in the Baja California resort city of Cabo San Lucas. The other fisherman was named Baltazar.

Friday, April 20, 2012


John Goodman (not the actor) has been ordered to pay $46 million to the parents of a 23-year-old man, Scott Wilson, whom Goodman killed while driving under the influence.

The case made headlines because Goodman, the founder of the International Polo Club Palm Beach, attempted to avoid paying the settlement by legally adopting his 42-year-old girlfriend, Heather Hutchins, as his daughter. Prosecuting lawyers argued that Goodman, the heir of an air conditioning fortune, was attempting to shield his substantial assets. The adoption entitled Hutchins to a third of his children's $300 million trust. Lawyers for Goodman's two biological children filed a lawsuit in response to their father's actions.

PINAL COUNTY SHERIFF (Refuses to turn over laptops) To FEDERAL AGENTS

A federal agency has issued subpoenas to the Pinal County sheriff and the county board after Sheriff Paul Babeu's office refused to turn over two laptops for inspection.
Documents obtained by The Arizona Republic (http://bit.ly/HXyGJk ) show the subpoenas were issued last week by the U.S. Office of Special Counsel. The agency is looking into allegations that Babeu and several key aides were working on his congressional campaign with county resources while on duty.
Babeu is running for the Republican nomination in the 4th Congressional District against state Sen. Ron Gould and U.S. Rep. Paul Gosar, R-Ariz.

Babeu, a conservative Republican who's made illegal immigration, smuggling and border security a key focus of his public persona, was forced to acknowledge he was gay in February. The admission came after a Latino immigrant who was his ex-lover went public with allegations that the sheriff and his campaign manager, Chris DeRose, threatened to deport him if he revealed their relationship. Both deny making any threats.

Wednesday, April 18, 2012


(Warrior mother) Shot 7 times still attempts to stop fleeing Suspects.

SPRING, Texas (AP) — A nurse has admitted to fatally shooting a young mother in a town near Houston ad abducting the dying woman's newborn son whom she apparently intended to adopt, authorities said Wednesday.
Verna McClain is charged with capital murder in the killing of 28-year-old Kala Marie Golden. Witnesses saw a woman repeatedly shoot Golden on Tuesday afternoon in the parking lot of a pediatric clinic in Spring. She then drove away with Golden's 3-day-old son Keegan who was found Tuesday evening, unharmed, at a home with McClain's sister, authorities said.
According to a Montgomery County arrest record, McClain, 30, admitted to shooting Golden and taking Keegan to Harris County, where the baby was subsequently found. Houston is in Harris County and McClain listed an address in the city as her home, according to jail records.
McClain gave authorities information that only the shooter would know, according to the arrest record.
She is being held without bail.

(MISSING WOMAN) FORT BRAGG North Carolina Kelli Bordeaux

CNN) -- A missing Fort Bragg, North Carolina, soldier may be in danger, police said Tuesday. The GI's sister tearfully called for her safe return.
Army Pfc. Kelli Bordeaux, 23, left a bar, Froggy Bottoms, early Saturday, Fayetteville police said in a news release.
The GI had been drinking and was given a ride home by a bar employee, according to a U.S. Army official who spoke on condition of anonymity.
At some point, Bordeaux sent two text messages, according to the Army official. One said, "got home safely." The official didn't know who the text was sent to or the contents of the other text.

Missing soldier's sister: 'Come home'
Fayetteville police searched Bordeaux's apartment and vehicle, according to the Army official, who did not know where the vehicle was found. Bordeaux was reported missing Monday when she failed to report for duty, the official told CNN.

Tuesday, April 17, 2012


CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico (AP) - A man that was stabbed and killed in his house was a businessman who accused 10 federal police officers of trying  to kidnap and torture him last year, authorities confirmed Ciudad Juarez .

El portavoz de la procuraduría de justicia del estado de Chihuahua Carlos González dijo el lunes que los agresores mataron a Eligio Ibarra Amador el jueves, un día antes de que tuviera que presentarse a una audiencia judicial para ratificar su acusación en contra de los oficiales. The spokesman for the state prosecutor's office in Chihuahua Carlos Gonzalez said Monday that attackers killed Eligio Ibarra Amador on Thursday, a day before he had to appear at a court hearing to confirm the charges against the officers.

González dijo que el hombre de 62 años, comerciante de autopartes usadas, abandonó Ciudad Juárez luego de recibir amenazas de muerte. Gonzalez said the man, 62, used auto parts dealer, left Ciudad Juarez after receiving death threats. Había vuelto para asistir a varias audiencias. He had returned to attend several hearings.

En septiembre, un grupo de oficiales de la policía federal irrumpió en la casa de Ibarra. In September, a group of federal police officers stormed the house of Ibarra. Lo golpearon y lo subieron a un coche a dar unas vueltas antes de liberarlo para que pudiera conseguir el dinero que le exigían. They beat him and put him in a car a few laps before freeing him up to get the money he demanded. En cambio, fue a las autoridades y los agentes fueron arrestados. Instead, he went to the authorities and the officers were arrested.


CARTAGENA, Colombia - ABC News has learned exclusively that the Secret Service officials accused of misconduct in Colombia revealed their identities by boasting at a Cartagena brothel that they worked for President Obama.
Partying at the "Pley Club" Wednesday night, eleven members of the president's advance team allegedly bragged "we work for Obama" and "we're here to protect him."
The officials spent the night throwing back expensive whiskey and enlisting the services of the club's prostitutes, according to a bouncer at the club and a police source.
The hookers danced here at club pley!

Sources tell ABC News several of the men agreed to pay for, and received, services from the "highest category" prostitutes available at the club, who charge upwards of $200.
The men paid for the sexual services in advance but when it came time to settle the bill, there was a dispute over the charges.
The group became belligerent and the police were called. The argument between the officials and the bouncers from the club escalated and ultimately spilled onto the street, according to several eye witness accounts.

Monday, April 16, 2012


Forensics tests have confirmed that 12 sets of skeletal remains found near the U.S. border are those of girls and women, authorities announced Monday, fueling fears that young women in the Ciudad Juarez area may once again the targets of serial slayings.

The sets of bones were found in January and February in fields in the Juarez valley, east of Ciudad Juarez, and experts have discovered an alarming similarity in the victims' ages. Of those for whom identities have been established, two were 15 years old, one was 16, two were 17 and one 19.
The special prosecutors' office for crimes against women in northern Chihuahua state did not immediately identify the cause of death in the cases, in part because little but bones were found. The remains were in such bad condition that experts have not yet established whether some of the bones might belong to additional victims.

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Three of the 12 bodies had previously been identified as women's, but the gender of the other nine bodies was established by DNA and forensics tests.
Ciudad Juarez, across the border from El Paso, Texas, was the scene of a series of eerily similar killings of more than 100 women, most of them young, beginning in 1993. Those possible serial or copy-cat killings, with similar victim profiles and killing methods, appeared to taper off by late 2004 or early 2005.
But Victoria Caraveo, the leader of the activist group Women of Juarez, said the new discoveries could mean that an entire band of killers may be at work.
"This could be a well-organized gang," Caraveo said, "with some people kidnapping them, others mistreating, using or raping them, and others dumping the bodies," Caraveo said.
The DNA profiles matched those of six women and girls who had been reported missing in 2009 and 2010. Some had reportedly left home, while another was on her way to work at a border assembly plant, or maquiladora. The identities of the other six victims are still under investigation.
In the cases from 1993 to 2004, the victims were usually young, slender women, often maquiladora workers, who were abducted, often sexually abused and strangled before their bodies were dumped in the desert.
Caraveo said one thing is the same as in the previous cases. She said authorities have failed to conduct thorough, timely investigations into women's disappearances, both then and now. She said that, so far in 2012, 18 young women have disappeared in Ciudad Juarez.
The failure of state officials to solve the earlier crimes led to creation of a special federal prosecutor's office to probe those and similar killings.
In November, the Mexican government formally apologized for having failed to protect some of the victims of the earlier killings.

Read more: http://www.azcentral.com/news/articles/2012/04/16/20120416mexico-corpses-found-near-border-women.html#ixzz1sFSEONVe


Secretary of State Hillary Clinton cut loose during her trip to the Summit of the Americas in Colombia, over the weekend, partying at a local club early Sunday morning.
According to the New York Post, Clinton arrived at Cartagena's Cafe Havana with a dozen female aides just after midnight. In photos, the former first lady is seen dancing and throwing back a bottle of beer.

"Clinton quickly proved she's just a regular gal when it comes to drinking," the Post reported. "She eschewed a glass and sucked down her Aguila pilsner cerveza straight from the bottle."
According to a local paper cited by TMZ, Clinton and her party "ordered a dozen beers, two glasses of whiskey and bottles of water."
TMZ dubbed her the "Secretary of PARTYING." Sadly, Clinton's impromptu soiree lasted just a half an hour.
The photo (below) landed on the Post's front page. The headline: "SWILLARY."
"Front page picture of 'Swillary' Clinton is brutally unfair," Ari Fleischer, former White House press secretary under George W. Bush and current CNN analyst, wrote on Twitter. "She drank a beer at a summit meeting event. So what?"

Sunday, April 15, 2012


SECRET SERVICE (HAVING SEX with prostitutes) NOT protecting PRESIDENT

What a hangover. Accusations of misconduct among U.S. security personnel in Colombia keep flooding in, casting a shadow over President Obama’s trip to the Summit of the Americas conference in Cartagena and embarrassing a proud U.S. agency.

Reports emerged Friday evening that around a dozen Secret Service members were relieved of duty in Colombia after allegedly bringing prostitutes to Hotel Caribe in Cartagena, where they were staying. The agents had been sent to Colombia ahead of President Obama’s arrival and were said to have been sent home on Thursday, just a day before the President landed for the summit, which is hosting leaders from 33 countries in the western hemisphere. According to the Christian Science Monitor, the agents had been partying and drinking heavily during their stay. Saturday evening, the Secret Service confirmed that 11 agents had been placed on leave for their misconduct.

Read more: http://newsfeed.time.com/2012/04/14/secret-service-misconduct-in-colombia-embarrasses-u-s-at-summit/?xid=rss-topstories#ixzz1s7rVOUdi

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

ASIAN WOMAN (HOMICIDE) vs Trayvon Martin CASE (Rebecca Zahau WHO CARES)

Take the Rebecca Zahau Case (Asian Woman) who killed herself according to ( San Diego County Sheriff Gore). The Sheriff completed his investigation in 10 days and despite the fact Rebecca had her hands tied behind her back and jumped off a balcony and had no damage to her neck Gore stands by his 10 day investigation. (JOKE)

The people were crying because the investigation took 48 days to charge George Zimmerman with a crime. There were  many white ,black and ASIANS protesting for Trayvon Martin.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) – The neighborhood watch volunteer who shot 17-year-old Trayvon Martin was arrested and charged with second-degree murder Wednesday after months of mounting tensions and protests across the country.
George Zimmerman, 28, could get up to life in prison if convicted in the slaying of the unarmed black teenager.Special prosecutor Angela Corey announced the charges but would not discuss how she arrived at them or disclose other details of her investigation, saying: “That’s why we try cases in court.”