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    A former U.S. soldier attempted to plea guilty but mentally ill to the murder of the daughter of a former Kentucky lawmaker whose $6.5 million home he allegedly stalked because he believed it had a fallout shelter.  A judge denied the plea of Shannon Gilday, 23, during his arraignment hearing on Thursday for allegedly shooting dead Jordan Morgan, 32, the former Assistant Commonwealth Attorney and daughter of former Kentucky State Rep. C. Wesley Morgan, 71, on February 22.   Police said Gilday's research into Kentucky homes that contained doomsday bunkers led him to Wesley's home in Richmond, Kentucky, which had an elaborate underground shelter that Wesley, a Republican, had built when Barack Obama became president. Another hearing will be held on Monday to discuss the plea as Gilday's attorney, Tom Griffiths, told the Lexington Herald-Leader that his client is mentally ill and wanted to avoid a lengthy trial and accept culpability for what he's allegedly done.  'It is not good for the victims, and not good for the community,' Griffiths said of the trial. 'It doesn't serve anybody, and rather than put everyone...
    A UK-BASED lash technician has gone viral after revealing she charged a whopping £355 for a set of lash extensions. On average, lash extensions range between £35 to £100 - but one woman has left people speechless after claiming she charges three times the typical price. 3Some were convinced the client had gone home and cried after seeing the resultsCredit: tiktok/@akosuaeden 3The clip has gone viral on social mediaCredit: tiktok/@akosuaeden The TikTok user, Eden (@akosuaeden), from Pinner, London, regularly shares her work on social media, amassing more than 690,000 likes. Although her clips are usually watched by several thousands, one video in particular has taken the internet by storm. Here, Eden was facing a bright ring light and a camera towards a client who is lying down on the padded table. ''Take the mirror,'' the lash pro said before revealing the final result - set of long, fluttery eyelash extensions. read more hair and beauty storiesHAIR-RENDOUS I missed my brow appointment so laminated them myself...it was a major failCOVER UP Britain's most tattooed woman shares photo of her BEFORE...
    MODESTO (CBS13) – Scott Peterson’s former home in Modesto is back on the market for the fifth time in twenty years. Just as Peterson’s case is garnering attention once again as he looks for a retrial in the 2002 murder of Laci Peterson and their unborn son, his house is for sale and buyers are interested. READ MORE: Strike Day 8: SCUSD Board Of Education And County Superintendent Of Schools Both Want School To Resume Monday While Negotiations Continue“It brought me back to the day I heard about it,” says Modesto Realtor Bien Hinrichsen. Hinrichsen lived in town when the murders happened. “She was pregnant at the time I was pregnant,” Hinrichsen said. “We were due at the exact same time.” Not knowing twenty years later she’d be showing their home to buyers only learning of the baggage from her client in the middle of their appointment. “We were walking through it and my client says ‘This is the same street as the Peterson home.’ We looked it up and it was the same home. It was Scott Peterson’s,”...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – An 84-year-old man is out of a home and life savings after police say he was preyed upon by a funeral worker who took advantage of him following his wife’s passing. Police say 57-year-old Maribel Torres is the woman who took it all away. READ MORE: Rising Gas Prices Impacting More Than Just Prices At The Pump“In this case Ms. Torres took advantage of an 84-year-old man at one of the weakest points, it was just the day after his wife had passed,” Katherine Fernandez Rundle said. It all started back in August 2019 when the victim met Torres while he was making funeral arrangements. “She could see that he was obviously not himself, on a whole bunch of different levels and she began to befriend him,” Rundle explained. Torres reportedly told the victim she knew him. Their new relationship opened the door for Torres to not only file paperwork to take his home but take out business loans under a corporation she created, using the victim’s residence. She collected in total over $400,000. “It was just...
    REAL estate agent Lauren Matera has shared the most shocking experience she had while on the job. She said her client was renovating a home and discovered an entire graveyard in its backyard – but she claimed that's not the worst part of the story. 3Lauren Matera shared the weirdest experience she's ever had while working in real estateCredit: Instagram 3She said her client found a graveyard in their backyardCredit: Instagram "A couple of years ago my husband and I were listing a house and working with an investor that was flipping a house and we helped them pick all the finishes inside the house and everything was looking great," Lauren said at the start of the video she posted online. She added that the house was bought site unseen, and she got to be there when the countertops were installed in the kitchen and when the yard work commenced. Then, she recalled the moment she saw the landscapers make the shocking discovery. "When we were pulling out of the driveway, I looked over my shoulder as they...
    GRETNA, LA. (AP) — A Louisiana man who worked for his mother’s home health care company has been found guilty of killing a client — an autistic and intellectually disabled man who was completely dependent on others’ care, prosecutors said Friday. Terrell Nix, 36, was convicted Thursday night of second-degree murder in the death of 46-year-old Rohn Brinker, of Terrytown, according to a news release from the Jefferson Parish District Attorney’s Office. The charge carries a mandatory sentence of life in prison. Brinker died May 14, 2019, while Nix was working the overnight shift at Brinker’s apartment. An autopsy found that he had been strangled and suffered blunt force trauma, jurors were told. A broken rib had punctured his lung. Other injuries suggested he had used his arms to ward off blows and that he had been dragged across the floor, a forensic pathologist testified. Nix did not testify but his attorney argued there was too little evidence to convict the Gretna man, the news release said. Officials said jurors were shown a video which Nix took on his...
    TEEN Mom Kailyn Lowry revealed the completed outside of her Delaware mansion and showed off her new kitchen cabinets. This came after her co-star Briana DeJesus sent her a treadmill as a body slam amid their ongoing feud. 5Kailyn Lowry revealed the front of her new Delaware mansionCredit: Instagram / Kailyn Lowry 5Kailyn also showed off her new kitchen cabinets after fans slammed her design choicesCredit: Instagram / Kailyn Lowry Kailyn, 29, showed off the facade of her new Delaware mansion on her Instagram Story. She captioned the post: "What's going on here?" and showed her completed house surrounded by construction and pits of dirt. The large home was colored in different shades of grey with white trim. Inside, it appears that Kailyn stuck with a complimentary color scheme. The kitchen is mostly and off white color with and grey accents. Kailyn showed off the progress of her kitchen cabinets and thanked the company installing them. Most read in EntertainmentBACHELORETTE BACKLASH Michelle bashed for breaking Brandon's heart by picking NayteLOVE NEST Inside Pete Davidson's $1.2M...
    An 84-year-old man allegedly killed his Virginia realtor after purchasing a house sight unseen then killed himself last week after police arrived, police said.  Albert A. Baglione, 84, told responding officers in Portsmouth, Virginia, last Friday that he had fatally shot his realtor Soren Arn-Oelschlegel, 41, the Portsmouth Police Department said in a release. He was armed when officers opened the door.  Baglione then shut his door and officers heard a gunshot. After setting up a perimeter, a SWAT team found him dead inside from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, the release said. Arn-Oelschlegel was also found dead inside from a gunshot wound.  A neighbor told WTKR-TV in Norfolk, Virginia, Baglione had only lived in the house for a few days after buying it without ever seeing it and wanted to return it. "He bought the house sight unseen from Alabama, moved in here Thursday, and called a real estate agent Friday to return the house," the neighbor told.  CHICAGO SHOOTING: MAN CHARGED WITH MURDER IN DEATH OF 7-YEAR-OLD SERENITY BROUGHTON Baglione "said it didn’t look the same as it did...
    A Virginia real estate agent was killed by one of his clients after he bought a home sight unseen in what's being ruled a murder-suicide.  Søren Arn-Oelschlegel, 41, was fatally shot by Albert Baglione, 84, on Friday. Police in the town of Portsmouth arrived at a home on Bolling Road and found Baglione, who said he was armed and had killed Arn-Oelschlegel.  Baglione went back inside that house. Officers heard a gunshot moments later.  A SWAT team then entered the building to find that he had taken his own life, finding both Baglione and Arn-Oelschlegel dead.    A neighbor told reporters that Baglione, an Alabama resident, signed a contract to purchase the home he was found. He signed the deed without seeing it and unhappy with himself.    A Virginia real estate agent, 41-year-old Søren Arn-Oelschlegel was killed by one of his clients in what's being ruled a murder-suicide Police in the town of Portsmouth arrived at a home on Bolling Road and found Baglione, who said he was armed and had killed Arn-Oelschlegel A neighbor told reporters that Baglione, an Alabama resident,...
    The first pictures have emerged of the glamorous Sydney psychologist said to have seduced a suicidal teenage boy in more than 240 emoji-laden text messages. Mum of three Jo Wise, 40, was struck off for five years on Tuesday after a tribunal found her conduct had been 'reprehensible, improper and unethical'.  The boy had been referred to her counselling service on Sydney's North Shore after four of his friends had died suddenly, pushing him into despair and self-harming. But within a few months, the counselling sessions were said to have crossed the line of professionalism, starting with cuddling and hugs before it developed into more, the boy claims. The teenager told the tribunal US-born Jo Wise (pictured) was holding one counselling session in his bedroom when things suddenly escalated, and she began rubbing her leg against his The teenager told the tribunal US-born Ms Wise was holding one counselling session in his bedroom when things suddenly escalated and she began rubbing her leg against his.  He said Ms Wise became 'more and more touchy, holding his hand and putting...
    A mum-of-three counsellor said to have had sex with a vulnerable teenage boy insists she's not a predator, but admitted: 'I should never have been a psychologist.' Jo Wise, 40, has been struck off for five years after a tribunal was told she had sex with the 17-year-old at her home while her husband was away. The hearing heard she and the boy also exchanged more than 240 inappropriate, often sexualised, text messages and had held consultations in his bedroom. One text read: 'Woke up smelling you on me. Don't write back, just wanted you to know I'm thinking about you. PS you should delete all my texts.'  The tribunal found 'a gross violation and exploitation of the power imbalance in their relationship'.  'The practitioner's conduct was reprehensible, improper and unethical,' it said. A mum of three counsellor accused of having sex with a vulnerable teenage boy insists she's not a predator, but admitted: 'I should never have been a psychologist.' (Pictured, a stock image of a boy receiving psychological counselling) The findings added: 'Rather than assisting [the...
    ELIZABETHTOWN, Ky. (AP) — A former Army major accused of killing three neighbors to eliminate a witness in a court-martial has been sentenced to life in prison, Kentucky’s attorney general said. Christian Richard Martin will not be eligible for parole, according to a statement Thursday from Attorney General Daniel Cameron. Jurors convicted Martin after a two-week trial in June in the deaths of Calvin and Pamela Phillips and Edward Dansereau in Pembroke. The case attracted national attention four years after the 2015 killings when Martin, who was a pilot for an American Airlines subsidiary when he was arrested, was pulled off a jet in handcuffs before taking off from the Louisville airport. Special prosecutor Barbara Whaley said during the trial that Martin had motive to kill neighbor Calvin Phillips because he was set to testify in a court-martial that could have ended Martin’s Army career, news outlets reported. His wife and Dansereau were in the wrong place at the wrong time, she said. Whaley said a shell casing at the scene was shown to have been fired from a .45-caliber...
    Famed civil rights lawyer Ben Crump will be representing a black realtor his black client and the client's teenage son after they were mistaken for burglars and cuffed by cops during a property viewing.  Realtor Eric Brown, his army-veteran client Roy Thorne, 45, and Thorne's son, Samuel, 15, were handed cuffed by Wyoming police officers after a neighbor wrongly reported that the three black men were breaking into a home.  Although the incident was a misunderstanding, Crump told TMZ he is considering a lawsuit against the department for false imprisonment and unlawful detention. According to the news outlet, Brown and Thorne believe they were racially profiled and say the 'ordeal caused them to suffer mental trauma'. Thorne's son has reportedly suffered anxiety and struggled to sleep since the encounter.  Famed civil rights lawyer Ben Crump (pictured outside a federal courthouse in Minnesota on July 15, 2020) is seeking justice for a black realtor and his client after he says they were wrongfully detained by police in Michigan Real estate agent Eric Brown (pictured) has said the incident has left a lasting impact that...
    A realtor, his client and his 15-year-old son were mistakenly handcuffed during a showing in West Michigan after a neighbor falsely reported the men, who were black, were breaking into the home.   Realtor Eric Brown told local station WOOD-TV he was walking his client Roy Thorne and his son Samuel around a home in the suburb of Wyoming outside of Grand Rapids, when he noticed a police presence growing outside.  “Roy looked outside and noticed there were officers there and were pointing guns toward the property,” Brown said according to WOOD-TV.  Two out of the five responding officers had their weapons drawn, The Associated Press reported. Brown said they tried to clarify what they were doing at the house, but police still instructed them to exit the home in a single file line with their hands in the air. Bodycam footage released by the department shows one officer pointing his weapon at Thorne as he exited the home.  “They keep their guns drawn on us until all of us were in cuffs,” Thorne said, according to WOOD-TV. “So, that was...
    Police in western Michigan have released bodycam footage of the moment officers handcuffed a real estate agent, his client and the man's 15-year-old after a neighbor wrongly reported that the three black men were breaking into a home. Realtor Eric Brown was showing a house on Sharon Avenue in the Grand Rapids suburb of Wyoming to his army-veteran client Roy Thorne, 45, and Thorne's son, Samuel, when they were startled by police officers yelling at them to come outside of the house with their hands up.  The video starts with the 911 call that prompted the police response. A woman can be heard telling the 911 operator that a black man had been arrested the week before after he broke into the home. Realtor Eric Brown was showing a house on Sharon Avenue to his army-veteran client Roy Thorne, 45, and Thorne's son, Samuel. A showing had been scheduled online with the owner's knowledge  They were startled by Wyoming police officers yelling at them to come out of the property with their hands on the air  Real...
    Avid_creative The Wyoming Police Department handcuffed two Black men and a teen after mistaking them for a suspect from a previous burglary. The realtor was showing the client and his son a house in Wyoming, Michigan, on Sunday, August 1. The men believe this to be an instance of racial profiling, according to an interview with WOOD-TV. 10 Things in Politics: The latest in politics & the economy Loading Something is loading. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Two Black men — a realtor and a client — and the client's 15-year-old son were handcuffed and briefly detained during a home viewing after the Wyoming Police Department received a report saying they were breaking into the house on Sunday, August 1, Newsweek reported. Police had guns drawn until the three were handcuffed, client and father Roy Thorne told local news station WOOD-TV. Once the three were detained realtor Eric Brown was able to show...
    Associated Press WYOMING, Mich. — Police in west Michigan handcuffed a real estate agent, his client and that man’s 15-year-old son after a neighbor wrongly reported that the three Black people were breaking into a home. The agent, Eric Brown, told WOOD-TV that the police response Aug. 1 in Wyoming, including two out of five officers who drew their guns, felt aggressive and “threw me back.” “I feel pretty anxious, or nervous or maybe even a little bit scared about what do I do to protect myself if I’m going to show a home and the authorities just get called on a whim like that,” Brown said. “Am I just automatically the criminal? Because that’s pretty much how we were treated in that situation.” The Wyoming Police Department defended the officers’ actions and said they followed protocol for responding to a reported home invasion. The department said in a statement that Chief Kimberly Koster reached out to the three offering to meet with them and any other family members. Roy Thorne, Brown’s client, called the experience in the Grand Rapids...
    WYOMING, Mich. (AP) — Police in west Michigan handcuffed a real estate agent, his client, and that man’s 15-year-old son after a neighbor wrongly reported that the three Black people were breaking into a home. The agent, Eric Brown, told WOOD-TV that the police response Aug. 1 in Wyoming, including two out of five officers who drew their guns, felt aggressive and “threw me back.” READ MORE: Police: 2 People Dead, 4 Others Injured In Shooting In Flint “I feel pretty anxious, or nervous or maybe even a little bit scared about what do I do to protect myself if I’m going to show a home and the authorities just get called on a whim like that,” Brown said. “Am I just automatically the criminal? Because that’s pretty much how we were treated in that situation.” The Wyoming Police Department defended the officers’ actions and said they followed protocol for responding to a reported home invasion. The department said in a statement that Chief Kimberly Koster reached out to the three, offering to meet with them and any other family members. Roy...
    WYOMING, Mich. (AP) — Police in west Michigan handcuffed a real estate agent, his client and that man’s 15-year-old son after a neighbor wrongly reported that the three Black people were breaking into a home. The agent, Eric Brown, told WOOD-TV that the police response Aug. 1 in Wyoming, including two out of five officers who drew their guns, felt aggressive and “threw me back.” “I feel pretty anxious, or nervous or maybe even a little bit scared about what do I do to protect myself if I’m going to show a home and the authorities just get called on a whim like that,” Brown said. “Am I just automatically the criminal? Because that’s pretty much how we were treated in that situation.” The Wyoming Police Department defended the officers’ actions and said they followed protocol for responding to a reported home invasion. The department said in a statement that Chief Kimberly Koster reached out to the three offering to meet with them and any other family members. Roy Thorne, Brown’s client, called the experience in the Grand Rapids...
    Avid_creative A Black realtor was showing a home to his client when police surrounded the house with guns drawn. Police told the realtor a neighbor had called because she thought they were breaking into the house. The realtor and this client told a local news outlet they believe they were racially profiled. 10 Things in Politics: The latest in politics & the economy Loading Something is loading. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. A Black real estate agent in Wyoming, Michigan, was showing a property to a client last weekend when police arrived and handcuffed them. Eric Brown was showing the home to his client, Roy Thorne, and Thorne's 15-year-old son, all of whom are Black, on Sunday afternoon when police surrounded the home, guns drawn, and ordered them to come outside, The Washington Post reported. The whole group was handcuffed and placed in separate vehicles. Police told them the house was broken into...
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