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    TWO women who attacked a lady accused of having sex with one of their ex-partners have been spared jail. Holly Towell, 25, and Rochelle Black, 21, ambushed the love rival as she drove home in her car.  2Holly Towell and Rochelle Black ambushed the love rival as she drove home in her car. 2But they were both spared jail The door was ripped open and the victim pulled out of the car before she was kicked repeatedly in the mouth. The victim also had clumps of hair pulled out and then was punched in the face. Towell and Black stood in the dock together and admitted assault occasioning actual bodily harm. Prosecuting at Reading Crown Court, Honour Fitzgerald said: `'On July 12, 2020, just after midnight, the victim was driving to her home when she saw Ms Towell approach the car. "She had known Ms Towell for around eight years and had had previous problems regarding her and Ms Towell's ex-partner. "Then the victim saw Ms Black. Ms Towell opened the car door while the engine was still running...
    Then the intruder went to the back of the rural home, which is about 20 minutes south of Grand Rapids — and where Lenhart has lived for 28 years, the station said. Image source: WOOD-TV video screenshot “When he was in the back yard, he was going, ‘Give me the keys, give me the keys,’ and kept approaching," Lenhart told WOOD. The station said the intruder walked up the back steps and pushed against the door at the top of the steps, which was barricaded. Lenhart told WOOD the intruder got the door partially open. “I told him, ‘Go away, I’ve got a shotgun on you,’ and he kept coming,” Lenhart recalled to the station, adding that the intruder "started shooting at me" and described bullets flying by his head. That's when Lenhart opened fire, WOOD said. What happened next? Arriving deputies found 39-year-old Christopher Worth of Middleville near Lenhart's home, the station reported, adding that Worth died at the scene. Image source: WOOD-TV video screenshot ...
    Eric Holland, 57, was arrested after evading police in a stolen car on December 23. When the car was inventoried, police discovered the disembodied corpse of Richard P. Miller, 65, who they say was Holland's acquaintance A Las Vegas man found with an acquaintance's severed head and body in his car, may just have been 'a hapless car thief who just picked the wrong car,' his lawyer said Tuesday.  Eric Holland, 57, was found with three handguns and taped-up coolers with the body parts inside  when he was stopped on December 23. The head and body parts were found to belong to 65-year-old Richard P. Miller - an acquaintance of Holland, according to Las Vegas Metropolitan Police, although they did not detail how they knew each other.  Prosecutor Giancarlo Pesci, who showed pictures of Miller's severed head in at the Regional Justice Center in Las Vegas at a January 4 bail hearing, and said that Holland was found with receipts for a power saw, construction-grade plastic bags and heavy-duty tape found on Holland's person after he was arrested on December 23.  ...
    As the TheBlaze has pointed out many times in the past, more and more Americans are acquiring guns to protect themselves in case of encounters just like this one — and criminals seem to be finding out the hard way that folks are taking up arms and won't hesitate to use them. Here endeth the lesson.
    A man who was arrested in northern Russia after a headless body fell out of the boot of his car has confessed to being a cannibal. The suspect has been identified by Russian media reports as Yegor Komarov, 23, who crashed his Mitsubishi into a road safety barrier in Sortavala, a town in northern Russia, when the decapitated body fell out. The headless body is believed to be a 50-year-old businessman from St Petersburg, and in the car boot with him, police found spades, rope and sacks. Yegor Komarov, 23, confessed to eating a previous victim's tongue but 'did not like the taste of his veins' Komarov and two other men fled into woods after the crash, with the dead man, with his head was almost completely severed, laying on the road.  Investigators said that the businessman was killed in an argument with the suspects, who planned to bury his body in the forest.  During questioning, Komarov made the spine-chilling statement: 'In general, I like killing people.' He also admitted to stabbing a 38-year-old man to death in a park...
    A BATTERED woman has slammed Greater Manchester Police for failing to act for SIX weeks after she was dragged from a car and assaulted before being abandoned by her date.  The victim gave the name and details of the suspect to police after she was assaulted in Worsley, Salford, by a man she had met online.  4The woman was allegedly dragged out of a car and punched several timesCredit: MEN Media 4She had previously been out with friends and her date before the incidentCredit: MEN Media She had been out partying with friends before meeting up with the man, and was hospitalised for serious facial injuries after being punched repeatedly.  The 36-year-old informed GMP of the incident, and gave them the suspects name - but officers have yet to take action six weeks on from the horrific incident.  She was interviewed by South Yorkshire Police after travelling to her parent’s home to recover, and has made a formal complaint to GMP.  A GMP chief has now apologised to her for the delays in the case, and promised that a senior...
    HOFFMAN ESTATES, Ill. (CBS) — Two teens stood charged Thursday night with carjacking a man at gunpoint in Hoffman Estates last week. The victim fired at the suspects, but did not strike them, police said. READ MORE: Speed Camera Ticketing Change: Is It About Safety Or Money?Last Friday at 5:43 a.m., Hoffman Estates police were called to 1 W. Golf Rd. for a report of a man with a gun and shots fired. Police learned the man who fired the shots was the victim of the carjacking. Eyewitnesses said two male offenders came up to the man at gunpoint and stole his car, police said. The victim, who has a Concealed Carry License and an Illinois Firearm Owners Identification Card, fired at the suspects – but they drove off in both his car and the car in which they arrived, police said. READ MORE: Chicago Public Schools Set To Roll Out New COVID-19 Testing Plan For Students, StaffPolice found the victim’s vehicle abandoned, but did not initially find the suspects. But on Thursday, two 16-year-old boys were arrested and charged...
    TINLEY PARK, Ill. (CBS) — Carjackings are happening everywhere, and nearly every day. One driver in Tinley Park got his car stolen at gunpoint. He got it back, but the thieves returned – and this time, he pulled out his own gun. That landed him in jail. READ MORE: Unvaccinated United Airlines Staff Cut In Half After Company Threatened To Fire ThemCBS 2’s Jermont Terry caught up with the man, Naser Zaghlol, moments after his release. Fresh out of spending a night in jail, Zaghlol could not believe the trouble in which he found himself. Terry: “What was going through your mind as they’re holding you for 24 hours?” Zaghlol: “Only thing I was thinking, where is justice?” Zaghlol’s troubles started back in August. Police in Richton Park found his Nissan Altima damaged after thieves carjacked him while he was delivering for DoorDash. “They jumped in my car. I run to them. I open the door before they can put in drive,” Zaghlol said. “The other guy next to him, he shot at me. Luckily, they didn’t kill me.” He...
    TINLEY PARK, Ill. (CBS) — Carjackings are happening everywhere, and nearly every day. One driver in Tinley Park got his car stolen at gunpoint. He got it back, but the thieves returned â and this time, he pulled out his own gun. That landed him in jail. READ MORE: 5 People Shot As Gunman Fires From Window During Chase Through Fulton River District; Passenger In Lyft Among VictimsCBS 2âs Jermont Terry caught up with the man, Naser Zaghlol, moments after his release. Fresh out of spending a night in jail, Zaghlol could not believe the trouble in which he found himself. Terry: âWhat was going through your mind as they’re holding you for 24 hours?â Zaghlol: âOnly thing I was thinking, where is justice?â Zaghlolâs troubles started back in August. Police in Richton Park found his Nissan Altima damaged after thieves carjacked him while he was delivering for DoorDash. âThey jumped in my car. I run to them. I open the door before they can put in drive,â Zaghlol said. âThe other guy next to him, he shot at me....
    A Georgia man who was shot and killed outside a Comfort Inn in Queens by a suspected hitman dressed as a Hasidic Jew had $10,000 in his pocket at the time, police said.  Jermaine Dixon, 46, of St. Albans, was getting into his car in South Ozone Park on Monday morning when the disguised hitman ran up to him and shot him at point-blank range in the back of the head.  Police officials told the New York Post that the gunman had targeted Dixon because he believed the ex-convict, who spent 19 years in jail for murder and drugs charges, was cooperating with law enforcement as an informant and tried to steal the wad of cash without success.  Jermaine Dixon, 46, can be seen walking to his car (top middle in light colored clothing) as the shooter looks under his hood (dressed in black) before he ambushed and shot Dixon as he was getting into his car in Queens, New York. Police said Dixon had been carrying $10,000  Dixon can be seen through the tree limbs unresponsively slumped...
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