Sunday, September 30, 2012

Pennsylvania (THUG Girls BEAT on Mentally ill Woman) For Fun

The two suspects who remained at large after six teen girls beat a mentally ill woman “for fun” in Chester, Pennsylvania this week and posted video of the attack on Facebook were arrested on Friday afternoon.
The girls who were arrested first – between the ages of 15 and 17 – face assault charges and will likely be prosecuted as adults, The Associated Press reported. They are now being held on $50,000 bail for the attack.

Of the remaining two, one is a juvenile and the other is 19, said the AP.
When asked what motivated the attack, police detective James Nolan said there doesn’t seem to be any reason.
“It appears just for fun,” Nolan told the AP. “There hasn’t been a discernible explanation as to why.”
A local mother saw the video online and alerted police.
As news of the attack spread, a father turned in his 16-year-old daughter late Thursday.
In the video, the cellphone camera captures the girls approaching the 48-year-old victim as she sat outside her home Tuesday night.

SAN Diego (MOTHER of 5 ) KILLED by Border Patrol-Valeria Alvarado

Authorities are investigating the fatal shooting of a 32-year-old woman in the suburban San Diego area after she allegedly hit a Border Patrol agent with her car.
Investigators said Valeria Alvarado ran down the agent with her car as border patrol agents were in a Chula Vista neighborhood to serve a felony warrant on Friday.
The agent said he had no choice but to defend himself and fired at Alvarado get her to stop the car.
Alvarado was hit by five bullets.

According to eye witnesses, the shooting left the mother of five with bullet holes in her face, arms, and chest.
She literally ran our agent down, the agent actually was impacted, was hit by the vehicle and carried several hundred yards on the hood before fearing for his life did discharge his weapon to get the vehicle to stop," said Border Patrol Deputy Chief Rodney Scott.

Alvarado's husband, Gilbert Alvarado said he wants the shooting investigated.
"I want justice. Yes. Whoever shot my wife, that guy whoever that is, that guy needs to get shot," he said.
Alvarado's family called the killing senseless.
"Where's the evidence that my wife threatened a trained officer? You know? He's a trained officer to use lethal force, shoot my wife like that and just not even call an ambulance?" said Gilbert Alvarado.
The FBI and Chula Vista Police are investigating the shooting. Officials have not released the name of the agent involved in the incident.

Saturday, September 29, 2012

WOMAN wins 1 million in Lotto (BUT DIES a few Months Later)

A woman who admitted to receiving food stamps after winning $1 million on a Michigan state lotto game show was found dead today.
The circumstances surrounding Amanda Clayton's death were not immediately released by police, but ABC News' Detroit affiliate WXYZ-TV reported that sources within the police department said they suspect the woman died of an overdose.

An autopsy is pending on Clayton's body, which was found at a home in Ecorse, Mich., police said.
Clayton, who became a millionaire after her big win last September, caused outrage earlier this year when it was revealed she was continuing to get $200 in monthly food aid from the state.
According to the attorney general's office, Clayton failed to report her winnings and employment while receiving $5,475 in food and medical assistance.
"It's simply common sense that million dollar lottery winners forfeit their right to public assistance," Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette said in a statement. "We will continue to work with local, state and federal authorities to uphold state laws intended to ensure wise stewardship of taxpayer dollars."

TUCSON Az ( 15 yr old and 16 yr old ) ARRESTED for ARMED ROBBERY Series

Tucson Police arrested four people this week after they were connected to a string of armed robberies that began in July.
The suspects were accused of robbing eight businesses, between July 7 and Sept. 26, with the most recent robbery happening at a Gamestop at 6970 E. 22nd Street, said Sgt. Chris Widmer, a Tucson Police Department spokesman.

The four suspects are: Steven Robles, 16; his brother, Orlando Robles, 22; Alexandria Gallego, 15; and Samuel Torres-Garcia, 19.
Steven Robles, the primary suspect in all of the robberies, is facing eight counts of armed robbery and six counts of aggravated robbery.
The other suspects are also facing armed robbery and aggravated robbery charges. In addition, Torres-Garcia is facing an aggravated assault charge.
They were all arrested Friday and booked into Pima County jail.
Police identified Steven Robles after receiving a tip from the public.
Detectives recovered stolen video games, iPods, iPads, iPhones and money taken from the robberies.

Friday, September 28, 2012

TUCSON Az (BANK Robber) Good Picture-Do you know Him?

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -
The Pima County Sheriff's Department is asking for help identifying a suspect in a July bank robbery.
The Compass Bank branch inside an Albertson's grocery store at 5085 N. La Canada Drive was robbed on July 25.
The suspect is described as a Hispanic man in his 30s, approximately 5'5" to 5'6" tall. He was wearing a greenish colored polo shirt, blue jean shorts and white tennis shoes.
He used a note to demand money from the teller and left in an unknown direction.
Anybody who can identify the individual shown in the pictures or who has any other information on this case is asked to call 911 or 88-CRIME.

SAN DIEGO (BORDER Patrol KILL WOMAN While Serving Warrant)

CHULA VISTA, Calif. (AP) — A Border Patrol agent fatally shot a woman Friday in suburban San Diego as he rode on the hood of her car after she ran into him, authorities said.

The agent fired after being driven a couple hundred yards on the hood, Chula Vista police Capt. Gary Wedge told The Associated Press.

The shooting occurred about five miles north of the Mexican border as plainclothes agents were looking to serve a felony warrant in the area to someone other than the woman, Border Patrol Deputy Chief Rodney Scott told U-T San Diego.

Scott said the agent was stuck atop the car as the woman drove.
"Fearing for his life, he discharged his weapon to get the vehicle to stop," Scott said. No other agents fired.
The woman was declared dead at the scene, and the agent was taken to a hospital. His injuries were not clear.
Hector Salazar, a neighbor who witnessed the incident, said he saw a man in civilian clothes on the hood of a black car aiming a gun at the windshield.
Salazar told U-T San Diego the man started pulling the trigger, and he heard about five shots. Moments later, other plainclothes agents approached the car, he said.
The person named in the warrant the agents were serving was not apprehended, Scott said.
The FBI and Chula Vista police are investigating.

ARIZONA (CAR Jacker) Shoots himself in head-FOX NEWS VIDEO

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TUCSON AZ (Soldier KILLED in Afghanistan) Staff Sgt Orion N. Sparks

Soldier from Tucson killed in Afghanistan

2012-09-28T11:31:00ZSoldier from Tucson killed in AfghanistanArizona Daily StarArizona Daily Star
29 minutes ago
A soldier from Tucson was killed Wednesday while serving in Afghanistan, the Pentagon said Friday.
Staff Sgt. Orion N. Sparks, 29, and another soldier were killed in Pul-E Alam, Afghanistan, when an insurgent detonated a suicide vest near their patrol, the Department of Defense said.
Sparks was assigned to the 1st Squadron, 91st Cavalry Regiment, 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team at Schweinfurt, Germany.
The other soldier killed was identified as Sgt. Jonathan A. Gollnitz, 28, of Lakehurst, N.J.

FLORIDA (Woman gets 380 cal. Ruger GUN on plane Flight) Tells TSA after she lands

Example of a Ruger .380 (Yahoo! News)
At less than six inches and just under 10 ounces, the Ruger .380 is considered by gun owners to be a great little pocket pistol.
So small, in fact, that you can sometimes get one onto an airplane.
Yep, the New York Daily News reports that a woman flew 938 miles from Orlando, Fla., to Newark, N.J., on Thursday with a loaded .380 in her purse. United flight 15 was airborne before she realized what she'd doneand airport screeners had missed. How the Daily News said it unfolded:
She didn't tell anyone on the plane about the weapon during the flight, which left Florida at 8:19 a.m.
But when she landed at Newark Airport at 10:24, she immediately told a Port Authority police officer.
The newspaper identified the woman as a 37-year-old Orlando firefighter. New Jersey officials called Florida authorities, but the Daily News says the Essex County prosecutor declined to prosecute the woman because she self-reported the incident.
"She was visibly upset. She said she had a license to carry it and just forgot it," said Al Della Fave, Port Authority police spokesman. "The [Port Authority] officer took possession of the handgun and made it safe."
The Transportation Security Administration, meanwhile, had no immediate answers.
"TSA is aware of this situation and is reviewing the circumstances," said Lisa Farbstein, a spokeswoman for the agency told the Daily News.

FILMMAKER (GOES to Federal Prison) Nakoula Basseley Probation Violation

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The mystery surrounding the man behind the crudely produced anti-Islamic video that sparked violence in the Middle East deepened when he appeared in court and identified himself by yet another name.
Arrested on Thursday after authorities said he violated his probation from a 2010 check fraud conviction, Nakoula Basseley Nakoula told a judge his real name was Mark Basseley Youseff. He said he'd been using that name since 2002, even though he went by Nakoula in his fraud case.
The full story about Nakoula and the video "Innocence of Muslims" still isn't known more than two weeks after violence erupted in Egypt and Libya, where Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three others were killed in Benghazi. Violence related to the film has since spread, killing dozens more.
Citing a lengthy pattern of deception and the potential to flee, U.S. Central District Chief Magistrate Judge Suzanne Segal ordered Nakoula to remain in prison without bond until another judge can hold a hearing to determine if he broke the terms of his probation.
"The court has a lack of trust in this defendant at this time," Segal said.
Prosecutors noted Nakoula had eight probation violations, including lying to his probation officers and using aliases. He could face new charges that carry a maximum two-year prison term.

Thursday, September 27, 2012

TUCSON Az ( FATAL SHOOTING outside Eegee's) Oracle Rd.

Law & Order Briefs

2012-09-27T17:45:00Z2012-09-27T17:58:19ZMan fatally shot at north-side restaurant is ID'dCarmen Duarte Arizona Daily StarArizona Daily Star
Police have identified a man who was fatally shot Wednesday outside a north-side fast-food restaurant.
Police identifed the man as Jose Carlos Gonzales, 29.
Gonzales was shot shortly after 5 p.m. in the parking lot of Eegee's, 3872 N. Oracle Road, said Sgt. Chris Widmer, a Tucson Police Department spokesman.
The shooter and Gonzales had arrived in the parking lot in separate vehicles. Both men met in the parking lot and a fight broke out. One of the men pulled out a gun and fired, Widmer said.
Witnesses told investigators that the shooter ran south on Oracle, leaving his vehicle in the parking lot. Detectives have identified a person of interest in the shooting, but his name was not released Thursday.
The vehicle that Gonzales had been in had other occupants who drove off, Widmer said. They struck another vehicle as they left, but no injuries were reported from that incident.
A police helicopter and canine units scoured the surrounding neighborhood in search of the shooter, but police did not find him.
Detectives were working to gather information about how the victim and suspect knew each other, and what the shooter's motive was.

TUCSON AZ (Armed ROBBERY Suspect) Good Picture- Do you know him?

Police release photo of man sought in Tucson robberies
                                                          BILLY THE  KID

2012-09-27T12:36:00ZPolice release photo of man sought in Tucson robberiesKimberly Matas, Arizona Daily StarArizona Daily Star

A man police say is a serial robber has struck again and this time there’s a clear surveillance photo.
The man is suspected of robbing Car Cash Pawn Stars, 3540 N. Oracle Road, near West Prince Road, about 6:15 Monday evening. He entered the store and looked around before pulling a handgun on the employee and ordering the worker to the floor, said Sgt. Chris Widmer, a spokesman for the Tucson Police Department.
“The employee was able to activate the business’ alarm system as the robbery started,” Widmer said.
The suspect tied up the employee and then began gathering merchandise, but fled empty handed when police officers arrived.
Detectives believe the gunman has been involved in at least four other armed robberies since July. He is described as 18 to 22 years old, standing 5-foot6 to 5-foot-9 and weighing between 140 and 160 pounds.
Anyone with information should call 911 or 88-CRIME.

PHOENIX (FILMMAKER arrested For FAKE Terrorist ATTACK) SEE Video

It does make you think????(what if)???

PHOENIX (Woman faking Breast cancer to raise money for Breast implants) Gets 1 yr in JAIL

Phoenix, AZ (KPHO) -- A Phoenix woman who pleaded guilty to faking breast cancer to raise money for breast implants was sentenced to one year in jail Wednesday for felony theft in a case the prosecution called "appalling."

Jami Lynn Toler will spend one year in jail, minus only two days for time served, and must pay back the $8,000 she raised under the guise of a cancer patient who claimed to need a mastectomy and breast reconstruction.

Toler pleaded guilty to the felony Aug. 22 in Maricopa County Superior Court. She initially pleaded not guilty.

Police reports show Toler told her former boss she needed a double mastectomy and breast reconstruction and was uninsured. She also told the same story to her mother and grandparents.

Read more: http://www.wptv.com/dpp/news/national/jami-lynn-toler-fake-breast-cancer-phoenix-woman-pleads-guilty-to-faking-breast-cancer#ixzz27gRJBZNJ

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

TUCSON AZ ( 3 Robberies ON MONDAY) DO You Know Them ?

3 robberies

2012-09-26T18:17:00Z2012-09-26T18:28:32ZTucson police said 2 men robbed 3 places in one nightArizona Daily StarArizona Daily Star
39 minutes ago
Tucson police are looking for two men involved in three separate armed robberies Monday.
Both men were carrying handguns and used physical force on their victims, police said in a news release.
• Just before 10 p.m., three employees were leaving through the back door of the Department of Economic Security building at 5443 East 22nd Street when they were approached by two men with guns. They ordered the three to give them money. The victims ran but one was caught and beaten by the robbers.
• At about 10:15 p.m., two men robbed the El Rio Health Clinic at 6950 East Golf Links Road. One of them struck a victim on the head with a gun.
• Just before 11 p.m., two men robbed the Pizza Hut at 4710 East Speedway. One employee was hit on the head with a gun.
Both robbers are in their 20s. One is about 6-feet-5-inches tall with a muscular build. The second is about 5-feet-10-inches tall and weighs about 190 pounds. They had their faces covered during the robberies.

MAN THROWS BACK (500,000 Dollar Bluefin Tuna) NO Permit -OUT of Season

Along with monstrous tuna, fisherman sees giant payday slip away

By: Pete Thomas, GrindTV.com

Imagine Ivan Regular's surprise when he hauled in his herring net and discovered that it contained a monstrous bluefin tuna that might have been worth a small fortune on the Japanese market ... only to learn that he had to throw the whopper back.

The remarkable haul was made in the North Atlantic off the Newfoundland coast and here's the catch: Regular, from the island town of Baie Verte, did not possess a license to fish for tuna, and it was caught out of season.

Because of this he was ordered by Canada's Department of Fisheries and Oceans to leave the tuna in the ocean, even though the fish was already dead, and where this smarts most is in the wallet.

Atlantic bluefin, which are endangered, can be fished for only seasonally under strict guidelines. Bluefin caught out of season, even incidentally, must be thrown back. This rule is designed to keep the number of incidental catches to a minimum.

These fish, because of their fatty flesh, are extremely valuable in Japanese sushi restaurants.

Last January a 593-pound bluefin sold in a Japanese fish market for a record-setting price of $736,000.

Regular didn't get a weight on his behemoth but said that based on what other bluefin have sold for, he believes his might have been worth as much as $500,000. He claimed even to have had a prospective buyer lined up, but was told by the DFO that any sale would be illegal.

"That would have been a wonderful fall for us," the herring fisherman told CBC News.

But, he added, there was no point in dwelling on what might have been.

"I think fishermen got the best sense of humor of anybody that's in the working force," he said. "That's all you can have in this racket, the fishery. You got to have a good sense of humor."

Translation: There's no point in crying over what might have been.

GANGSTER Politics (BOMB goes OFF in MAILBOX) Congressional candidate

Federal agents and local police are investigating an explosion outside Democratic congressional candidate Brendan Mullen's northern Indiana home.
Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms agents say the blast Monday afternoon in a newspaper box outside Mullen's home in Granger, Ind., is among four this week in the area eight miles northeast of South Bend. ATF Indiana spokesman Dave Coulson said Tuesday that nobody was hurt and investigators believe the four incidents may be connected.

Mullen spokesman Andy Reynolds says police are investigating a bottle that was placed inside the newspaper box. Reynolds says Mullen and some campaign staff were working from the house when they heard the explosion.
Mullen is running against Republican Jackie Walorski for the northern Indiana seat being vacated by Democratic Senate candidate Joe Donnelly.

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

SAN DIEGO (TWO Deputies SHOT ) TRYING to Arrest CHILD Abuser

LAKESIDE, Calif. (AP) — Two sheriff's deputies were shot Tuesday in suburban San Diego while investigating a case of possible child abuse, and the child-abuse suspect was also shot, authorities said.
The shootings occurred shortly after noon when the deputies arrived at an apartment in Lakeside, a semi-rural community east of San Diego, said San Diego County sheriff's Capt. Duncan Fraser. He declined to elaborate on the circumstances, including who fired the shots.
The sheriff's department said in a statement that it had "many witnesses to talk to and evidence to gather."
Fraser didn't know whether any of the injuries were life-threatening or what condition the victims were in. The deputies underwent surgery at Sharp Memorial Hospital in San Diego, according to the sheriff's department, which did not disclose where the suspect was being treated.
"We're hoping for the best, obviously," Fraser said.
According to U-T San Diego, a woman said deputies went to the apartment she shares with her boyfriend after she found pornographic pictures of him with her two young daughters on his cellphone. She reported the photos to sheriff's investigators, who listened in on a call in which she confronted her boyfriend and he told her he was offered $50,000 to post the images on the Internet.
The woman, who was not identified by the newspaper to protect her children's identities, said she heard deputies arrive at the apartment while she was on the phone. She heard gunshots and someone say, "Officers down."
The woman told the newspaper that the boyfriend said he shot himself and she heard him surrender.
Jeffrey Miller, 20, heard gunshots and came out of his apartment and saw deputies pulling another deputy on to the grass.

RUSSIA (DRIVER gets hit HEAD on CRASH) GOES through window (left standing on the side of the road) see video

Driver gets hit (head on) comes through wind shield (left standing)!


  • Dog The Bounty Hunter Returns To TV With CMT Reality SeriesView PhotoDog The Bounty Hunter Returns To TV With CMT Reality Series
EXCLUSIVE: Dog The Bounty Hunter is back. CMT has greenlighted Dog (working title), a new unscripted series starring Duane “Dog” Chapman and his wife Beth Chapman. CMT has ordered 10 hourlong episodes of the project, from Ben Silverman’s Electus. Dog is set to begin production in early 2013 for a spring/summer premiere.
Dog showcases the next chapter in the lives of the Chapmans as they concentrate on helping other mom-and-pop bail bond agencies facing extinction due to bad legislation, untrained or ineffective bounty hunters, or just plain bad decisions. In what the producers describe as “action-packed, adrenaline-fueled adventure,” the duo will crisscross the U.S. training bounty hunters while looking for the most cunning, notorious and dangerous fugitive. CMT’s EVP Development and Programming Jayson Dinsmore called Dog “a game-changer for CMT,” adding, “We were aggressive in our pursuit of a show featuring Dog and Beth, one of the most bankable teams in television history.”

STEVIE BATES (MISSING) Vanished Have you seen her?

My name is Vivian Bates and my 19 year old daughter, Stevie Bates is missing. I am hoping and praying that you can assist me in my quest to locate my daughter. I last spoke with her on April 27th at 7:52pm. She has not been heard from since or seen since April 28, 2012 at 8:51a.m. With the assistance of Yonkers detectives I was able to view video surveillance footage at NY Port Authority station which showed my daughter coming up the escalator from Port Authority terminal on April 28, 2012 at 8:51a.m.

After several attempts of trying to file a missing persons report with NYC Police and Port Authority Police I was constantly told I had to file the report where I currently reside (Yonkers), even though Stevie had not yet moved to Yonkers. I filed the missing persons report with Yonkers Police. However, Stevie’s last known address was in Brooklyn where she was staying with her older sister while we completed renovations on our new home in Yonkers. After speaking with NYC Police and finding out that Stevie is not coming up in NYC’s data base as a missing person I recently (May 25, 2012) re-filed a report with the 77th precinct in Brooklyn because Stevie’s was last seen via video footage at NY Port Authority and the fact that her last known residence was Brooklyn.

(BABY Girl FOUND on the SIDE of the ROAD) IN the MIDDLE of a WAR

Soldiers Discover Abandoned Baby on Side of Road in Afghanistan A newborn baby girl left abandoned on the side of the road in southern Afghanistan has been discovered by a group of Polish soldiers.
The soldiers came upon the baby, who they have named Pola, after Poland, wrapped in a towel on Wednesday while they were checking a route near their Waghez military base for safety, Defense Ministry spokesman Janusz Walczak told The Associated Press.
The group of soldiers was first suspicious when they discovered the baby, as there is a risk of hidden roadside bombs across Afghanistan.
It is still unclear who left baby Pola on the side of the road. The AP reported that there was no one found in a mile radius of where the baby was discovered.
After the troops found her, she was brought to a medical center at their base. The soldiers then bought the girl baby formula, a bottle and a bib.

Monday, September 24, 2012

CHINA (APPLE Worker gets BEAT BY Security Guard) RIOT 2000 employee's Fight /Foxconn

BEIJING (AP) — The company that makes Apple's iPhones suspended production at a factory in China on Monday after a brawl by as many as 2,000 employees at a dormitory injured 40 people.
The fight, the cause of which is under investigation, erupted Sunday night at a privately managed dormitory near a Foxconn Technology Group factory in the northern city of Taiyuan, the company and Chinese police said. A police statement reported by the official Xinhua News Agency said 5,000 officers were dispatched to the scene.
The Taiwanese-owned company declined to say whether the factory is involved in iPhone production. It said the facility, which employs 79,000 people, will suspend work Monday and reopen Tuesday.

Foxconn makes iPhones and iPads for Apple Inc. and also assembles products for Microsoft Corp. and Hewlett-Packard Co. It is one of China's biggest employers, with some 1.2 million workers in factories in Taiyuan, the southern city of Shenzhen, in Chengdu in the west and in Zhengzhou in central China.
The unrest happens at a critical time for Apple. The fight started days after the launch of the latest iPhone model in the U.S. and eight other countries. The phone quickly sold out in most stores in the U.S. and Apple has a three to four-week backlog of online orders as it ramps up production to meet demand.
On Monday, Apple said it sold 5 million units of the new iPhone 5 in the first three days, less than analysts had expected. Its stock fell 1.4 percent to $690.50 in midday trading.
The fight in Taiyuan started at 11 p.m. on Sunday, "drawing a large crowd of spectators and triggering chaos," a police spokesman was quoted by Xinhua as saying.
Order was restored after about four hours and several people were arrested, said the company, a unit of Taiwan's Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. It said 40 people were taken to hospitals for treatment.
The violence did not appear to be work-related, the company and police said. Comments posted on Chinese Internet bulletin boards said it might have erupted after a security guard hit an employee.
Photos posted on microblog service Sina Weibo showed broken windows, a burned vehicle and police with riot helmets, shields and clubs.

REBECCA Zahau CASE (Witnesses Heard Rebecca Screaming for HELP)

Alfred Hitchcock could not have created a more bizarre tale than the Rebecca Zahau story. It has been the talk of the town in Coronado, Calif., with buzz over several new developments. It is difficult to summarize this fascinating story in a paragraph, but in short, Rebecca Zahau, 32, was found dead the morning of July 13, , bound, gagged and hanging nude from a balcony at the oceanfront Spreckels mansion.

San Diego Police insist she committed suicide. They say she was distraught over the injuries her boyfriend's son suffered after a fall in the mansion under her care, he later died. Her boyfriend, Jonah Shacknai, is the wealthy CEO of a pharmaceutical company. Rebecca's family does not believe she committed suicide and with their lawyer, Anne Bremner, they have fought to have the case reopened.

Per police records this is near the time a witness said they heard a woman scream. Rebecca was found dead the next morning, with a note painted on a door that said "She saved him can he save her." It was Jonah's brother, Adam, who was staying in the guest house that night, who found Rebecca

Neighbor 1# and Neighbor 2# both heard Rebecca screaming for help the night she was killed.