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    A MAN and a woman have been arrested and charged in connection with the killings of a lesbian couple. The dismembered body parts of Yulizsa Ramírez and Nohemí Martínez, who lived in Texas, were found in plastic bags by the roadside in Chihuahua, Mexico on January 17. 3Yulizsa Ramírez and Nohemí Martínez were found dismembered in Mexico earlier this monthCredit: Newsflash 3A woman has been arrested by cops as part of their investigationCredit: Mexico Police Mexican authorities initially said their killings were not a hate crime, but several LGBTQ+ groups have called for justice over their deaths, according to the Washington Post. Suspects Jaqueline Isela CR and David R have been arrested by cops. Their surnames have not been released by authorities, People reports. They allegedly contacted the couple on January 15 and took them to a home in San Isidro. Cops believe the killings took place at the location, adding that they found “sufficient evidence” when a search warrant was executed. The suspects are set to appear in court on January 28. Most read in The US SunLEGEND DEAD Meat Loaf 'dies...
    WRIGHT TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — The body of a woman found in a western Michigan ditch has been identified 27 years later. Authorities using DNA and genealogical tests learned that the remains were Shelly Rae Kephart, also known as Shelly Rae Christian, the Ottawa County sheriff’s office said Thursday. READ MORE: 'Aorta Borealis': Dad & Young Daughter Make Music Inspired By Her Health StrugglesChristian was 29 in 1993 when she went missing from Hennepin County, Minnesota. Rabbit hunters discovered the remains in 1994, about 12 miles northwest of Grand Rapids, Michigan. “Although as investigators it’s exciting to have such a breakthrough, we want to acknowledge it’s also a sad time for the family,” Capt. Jake Sparks told The Holland Sentinel. READ MORE: Mother Charged In Death Of 10-Month-Old Son Only Weeks After Regaining CustodyChristian was the victim of a homicide. Anyone with information is urged to call (877) 887-4536. “Until you know whose death you’re investigating, it’s very, very difficult to do an investigation,” Sparks said. “Maybe we have someone who steps forward and says, ‘Yes, I knew her,’ an...
    The body of a California woman was found at the bottom of an aqueduct, five days after her boyfriend was charged with her murder. Missy Hernandez, 30, was discovered at the structure near Huron on Tuesday.  Her boyfriend Ramon Jimenez, 41, was charged with her murder after the Fresno sheriff's office determined that she had died under suspicious circumstances.  Hernandez, who has an 11-year-old daughter, had last been seen on December 7 after going to an art show in downtown Fresno with Jimenez.  Friends of Hernandez became worried after she stopped picking up her phone and taking their calls, describing her sudden lack of contact as 'unusual.'   Missy Hernandez, 30, pictured, went missing on December 7, in Huron, California Officers visited Hernandez's home a encountered her boyfriend Ramon Jimenez, 41, pictured, and arrested him 'Missy is a very social person who is out in the public view regularly, so for her to not be responsive or seen was considered unusual,' said Tony Botti, a spokesperson for the Fresno County Sheriff's Office. A deputy went to her home where he ran into Jimenez and...
    Human remains discovered last year inside an SUV submerged in an Indiana river have been identified as belonging to an Ohio woman who disappeared nearly 20 years ago with her two children, authorities said Monday. Stephanie Van Nguyen was 26 years old when she and her two children, Kristina, 4, and 3-year-old John, vanished in April 2002. Nguyen left a note saying she planned to drive into the Ohio River, which stretches from Illinois to Pennsylvania. She was last known to be driving a 1997 Nissan Pathfinder. On Monday, investigators announced that Stephanie Van Nguyen was positively identified from a fibula bone found in her SUV that was pulled from the Ohio River in October. No other remains were found, and her two children, Kristina, 4, and 3-year-old John, are still considered missing. (Delhi Township Police Department) In October, police said investigators renewed the search for the family and used sonar scan technology in the Ohio River near Lesko Park in Aurora, Indiana, where they located the SUV more than 50 feet below the surface and 300 feet from the bank...
    Investigators for Georgia's Attorney General shot down former President Donald Trump's claim that 'upwards of 5,000' dead people cast absentee ballots in the key battleground state in 2020, saying the actual numbers was four.  All of the ballots were returned by relatives of the deceased and almost all votes alleged to have been sent in by dead people were found to actually be alive.   Trump repeatedly made the accusation that as many 5,000 dead voters were counted in Georgia's election, which Trump lost by about 12,000 votes.    One such case saw a 74-year-old widow turn in an absentee ballot on her husband's behalf in favor of Trump.      'He was going to vote Republican, and she said, 'Well, I'm going to cancel your ballot because I'm voting Democrat.' It was kind of a joke between them,' Sharon Nelson's attorney told the State Election Board.  Former President Donald Trump's claims that upwards of 5,000 dead people cast ballots in Georgia in his battle against Joe Biden were largely debunked by a Georgia Attorney General's Office investigation A statewide recount of the Georgia...
    INCREDIBLE pictures show the moment doctors found a so-called ‘stone baby’ inside the womb of an elderly woman. The rare condition sees a calcified fetus called a lithopedion carried around for decades without the woman realising it. 3The 'stone baby' found in the Algerian womanCredit: Reddit 3The woman carried the calcified fetus around for 35 yearsCredit: Reddit The pictures show the results of an x-ray scan carried out by doctors on a 73-year-old woman in Algeria. The woman carried the fetus, weighing 4.5 lbs and aged seven months, for 35 years. But she enjoyed a good quality of life and was not harmed by the fetus, Al Arabiya reports. The old woman has previously undergone medical treatment yet the doctors didn’t discover the unborn. A lithopedion is created when a pregnancy forms in the abdomen rather than in the uterus. Most read in US NewsTOUCHING TRIBUTES Victim, 29, from Las Vegas dies in NFL star's tragic car crash accidentCHRISTMAS CHAOS 2,000 flights already canceled this weekend as Omicron wreaks havocDINERS DASHED Trump's NYC restaurant turns away anti-vaxxers for not showing vax...
    A Kansas woman has been sentenced to 31 years and three months in prison after pleading guilty to her role in killing her boyfriend's 3-year-daughter and burying her in a shallow grave in 2020.  Jacqulyn Kirkpatrick, 34, pleaded guilty on November 3 to one count of second-degree murder, one count of abuse of a child under the age of six and two counts of interference with law enforcement.    She was arrested in July 2020 along with her boyfriend Howard Jansen III, 29, after the remains of 3-year-old Olivia Jansen were found in a wooded area, hours after Howard had falsely reported his daughter missing. Jansen is still awaiting a court date. The toddler's remains were found showing signs of severe abuse with bruises covering her body and a cut on the back of her head, authorities said.  She was suspected of being beaten to death and an autopsy later determined that the child had suffered a brain bleed.  During a plea hearing, the prosecutor said other children in the home reportedly told investigators that Kirkpatrick pushed Olivia's head against a wall at times.  She...
    (CNN)The Chicago City Council is set to vote Wednesday on a proposed $2.9 million settlement for Anjanette Young, who was found naked and distraught during a mistaken police raid in 2019, according to Mayor Lori Lightfoot. "The Finance Committee today voted unanimously to advance this to the full City Council. It is $2.9 million, and obviously I'm comfortable with it, but importantly my understanding is Ms. Young and her counsel are also comfortable with it and then it will go to the City Council floor on Wednesday," Lightfoot said. Keenan J. Saulter, an attorney for Young, said by email: "We have reached an agreement with the City, which is subject to the approval of the entire City Council." Chicago mayor unveils changes to search warrant policy in the fallout of a botched raid on social workers home In December 2020, Lightfoot released body camera footage from the officers involved in the encounter.Police broke open Young's door in February 2019 expecting to find a felon armed with a handgun. Instead, they found only Young, a nurse just home from work who...
    TWAIN HARTE (CBS13) — The death of an elderly woman who was originally reported missing in Tuolumne County has resulted in the arrest of two men on involuntary manslaughter charges. On Monday, the Tuolumne County Sheriff says 60-year-old Twain Harte resident Russel Lee Hedge made a missing person report. Hedge told deputies that an elderly woman he had taken out camping along Herring Creek back on Dec. 3 had gone missing. READ MORE: Scott Peterson To Appear For Resentencing Hearing Wednesday In San Mateo CourtA search team immediately responded to the area the woman was last seen, but hours of looking came up empty. The next morning, searchers went back out and found the woman dead. Detectives took over the investigation due to the suspicious circumstances surrounding the incident. As they soon learned, the woman had been suffering from several ailments and was having trouble taking care of herself. READ MORE: California Plans To Be Abortion Sanctuary If Roe Is OverturnedIt’s unclear why Hedge and another man, 51-year-old Twain Harte resident Timothy Scott Hoblitt, then...
    LATECHE Norris, an Indiana woman who was reported missing in early November after last being seen with her boyfriend, has reportedly been found alive. There's no information as to where Lateche was found, or whether any investigation is still ongoing. 1Lateche Norris went missing in early NovemberCredit: Facebook TMZ reported that Lateche is safe and has been reunited with her family. Lateche's story gained attention when Gabby Petito's family shared information about the missing woman on social media. The circumstances surrounding Latche's disappearance were eerily similar to those surrounding Gabby's disappearance and death. The 20-year-old mysteriously disappeared on November 5, after she left home to meet up with her boyfriend Joseph “Joey” Smith who had left a rehab facility and was reportedly living on the street in San Diego. Norris last spoke to her mom Cheryl Walker from a stranger's phone, saying that she'd been in a fight with her boyfriend and needed his number so she could call him. She didn't explain why she did not use her phone or what the fight was about but promised to call back...
    OAKLAND (CBS SF) — Police located missing person Merriel Hartfield after pairing with the Hammond police department in Hammond, Indiana, the Oakland police department announced on Thursday. Merriel Hartfield was last seen on Nov. 21 near Laney Community College in Oakland. (Courtesy Oakland Police Dept) Hartfield had been last seen on Nov. 21 near Laney Community College in Oakland. Police found her safe as of 8:14 p.m., though the department did not provide further details on the case. © Copyright 2021 CBS Broadcasting Inc. and Bay City News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed
    A live-in aide has been charged with the murder of an 80-year-old man who was found beaten to death in his home with 'I touch little girls' scrawled on his chest. Rene Ayarde, 28, was charged Monday with murder, manslaughter and assault, months after the July killing of Robert Raynor in his Staten Island apartment. She and her daughter lived with Raynor who was discovered dead in a pair of pants in the first floor hallway of a multi-family home in Tompkinsville with several injuries.  Police have refused to give a motive for Ayarde, who was arrested for child abuse hours after the killing, but has only now been charged with murder. Just six hours after police discovered Raynor lying shirtless with cuts to his forehead and two black eyes, Ayarde was arrested for allegedly assaulting her three-year-old daughter.  Rene Ayarde (pictured), 28, has been charged with murdering an 80-year-old man who was found beaten to death in his home with 'I touch little girls' scrawled on his chest Ayarde and her daughter lived with victim Robert Raynor (pictured) who was...
    A Florida man has been charged with murdering and dismembering a woman he invited to live with him after a chance meeting in a McDonald's parking lot.  Robert Kessler, 69, has been charged with the murder of 49-year-old Stephanie Crone-Overholts, a Pennsylvania woman who had moved to Lutz, Florida.  Her remains were found floating in McKay Bay near Tampa on November 11 and suspicion quickly turned to Kessler, a known drug-user who had asked her to live with him. Robert Kessler, 69, has been charged with the murder of 49-year-old Stephanie Crone-Overholts, a Pennsylvania woman who had moved to Lutz, Florida The pair met in the parking lot outside this McDonalds in Lutz, Florida. Kessler invited the woman to go and live with him  The woman was identified after police released this photo of her dismembered leg, which had this tattoo on it  The pair met at a McDonald's in Lutz and Crone-Overholts, with nowhere else to go, accepted his offer and lived with him for several days. It's unclear if she ever made it out of the home alive. ...
    A Texas woman is in hot water after splashing a restaurant manager with piping, spicy soup after finding melted plastic in her takeout order from a popular Mexican fast food chain. Restaurant manager Jannelle Broland, 24, was doused with Mexican menudo soup on November 7 after a customer at Sol de Jalisco in Temple claimed it was so hot, the plastic lid on its container melted into the broth.  In a now-viral video, Broland can be seen talking with the woman as she takes the lid off the soup container and points at it. The irate customer then abruptly flings the soup at Broland, grabs her male companion and races out the door, according to the footage.  The TikTok video has been viewed more than 4.9 million times since it was posted.  'The experience itself was traumatizing and heartbreaking,' Broland told DailyMail.com. '[I] felt my spirit had been broken just knowing someone could do something so awful and then laugh about it.'  Sol de Jalisco manage Jannelle Broland (right) can be seen reasoning with the woman, who takes off the...
    SEBRING, Fla. (AP) — The former lover and later informant against a Florida woman convicted of trying to hire a hit man to kill her newlywed husband has died. Mohamed Shihadeh, 40, was found dead in his Sebring, Florida, apartment on Oct. 24, according to a police report. He was found by his brother after family members had not been able to reach him for two days. Police have not reported a cause of death and the results of an autopsy are pending. Sebring is located about 80 miles (130 kilometers) south of Orlando. Dalia Dippolito gained national attention in 2009 when her arrest was featured on the television show “Cops.” She was convicted in 2017 to soliciting first-degree murder and sentenced to 16 years in prison. An earlier conviction had been tossed on appeal, and her second trial ended in a hung jury. The investigation against Dippolito began after Shihadeh went to Boynton Beach police and told detectives Dippolito wanted her then-husband, Michael Dippolito, dead, investigators said. Police had an undercover officer pretend to be a hit man and...
    Authorities identified on Thursday the remains of Lauren Cho, who went missing from her Airbnb in California in late June, and whose body was found in Yucca Valley earlier this month on Oct. 9. Cho, a music teacher who had moved from New Jersey to the Yucca Valley eight months before her disappearance, was last seen June 28, CNN reported. Her ex-boyfriend reported her missing to authorities hours after she had left the compound frustrated without food, water or a cell phone, according to NBC News. Her ex-boyfriend also said Cho “indicated she was suffering from mental distress.” Morongo Basin Sheriff’s Department said in a statement that San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Specialized Investigations Division helped in the search for Cho. The unit began investigating after local investigators had “exhausted their investigation,” NBC News reported. “Investigators are looking into all leads and working with family and friends of Ms. Cho. Future search operations will occur as further leads develop,” officials reportedly said. (RELATED: Missing Drunk Man Joins His Own Search And Rescue Party, Helps Find Himself) California authorities on Thursday morning...
    The child actor who played werewolf Eddie Munster in the 1960s sitcom The Munsters made an appearance at the end of a Wisconsin murder trial just after the defense claimed he might have been behind a 2006 murder.  Butch Patrick Lilley, 68, was accused by Cindy Schulz-Juedes, 67, of being one of five people who allegedly shot and killed her husband, Ken Juedes, 58, in the couple's home.  Despite the allegations, the Marathon County jurors found Schulz-Juedes guilty on Wednesday of killing her husband in August 2006 as prosecutors argued she did so in order to cash in on his $1 million life insurance policy, WSAW reported.   Schulz-Juedes had claimed Lilley and four other men killed Juedes for revenge after a 2006 lawsuit filed by the couple cost Lilley tens of thousands of dollars in investments in a brewery business.  Butch Patrick Lilley, a former child actor, denied allegations that he and four other men killed Ken Juedes inside his Wisconsin home in 2006 Lilley is best remembers for his role of playing the child werewolf, Eddie Munster, in the...
    Marianne Campbell Smith’s defiance of anti-mask rules didn’t end at a Costa Mesa supermarket. In an unusual move, Orange County prosecutors took her to trial. On Wednesday, a jury found Smith, who is married to a sixth-generation heir of the Irvine development family, guilty of misdemeanor trespassing and obstructing a business or its customers. It was the first mask-related criminal conviction in a county known for its vocal minority of anti-maskers who have staged oceanfront protests and picketed government meetings during the COVID-19 pandemic. The jury took roughly an hour Wednesday afternoon to decide the case, which not only focused on the rights of a private business to enforce its policies but also on whether Smith’s refusal to wear a mask inside the store or leave was intended to interfere with and obstruct the business. After the verdict was read, Judge John Zitny sentenced Smith to a $200 fine, 40 hours of community service and a year of informal probation. Smith, who wore a plastic face shield in the courtroom, was also ordered to stay away from the...
    Skeletal remains found near a hiking trail on a Nevada mountain last month have been identified as belonging to a woman who went missing almost a year ago, police said Wednesday. The remains were found near Black Mountain, near Las Vegas, on September 6, police said.  Yesterday, the bones were identified by a coroner as belonging to 26-year-old Jawaher Hejji. Her cause of death has not yet been released. Hejji was reported missing by her family last Christmas, after they hadn't seen or heard from her in three days.  Her vehicle was found by the Henderson Police Department at Shaded Canyon Drive south of Horizon Ridge Parkway.  The woman's keys were on the hood of the car, and her phone and wallet were found inside, according to the Las Vegas Review Journal.  Heijji was last seen alive in surveillance footage obtained by Las Vegas police walking along the Armargosa Trail near the base of the mountain on December 23.  The remains of Jawaher Hejji, 26 (pictured), were found near Black Mountain on September 6, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police said in...
    A Nevada woman who went missing nearly a year ago has been identified from skeletal remains found near a mountain hiking trail where she was last seen alive, investigators said Wednesday. Jawaher Hejji, 26, was positively identified from the skeletal remains, which were discovered on Sept. 6 near Black Mountain, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police (LVMP) said in a news release. LAUREN CHO: CALIFORNIA AUTHORITIES FIND HUMAN REMAINS IN AREA MISSING NJ WOMAN WAS LAST SEEN Hejji's mother told FOX5 Las Vegas that a climber found her daughter's skull before the rest of the remains were located on the mountain. Investigators positively identified skeletal remains found near a mountain last month as 26-year-old Jawaher Hejji, who went missing in December 2020. (Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department) Hejji was reported missing on Dec. 25 after her family did not hear from her for three days.  The Henderson Police Department quickly located Hejji’s vehicle parked at Shaded Canyon Drive south of Horizon Ridge Parkway. LVMP investigators would go on to find surveillance footage from Dec. 23 that showed Hejji walking alone...
    Human remains were found in a California desert Saturday during a search for a missing New Jersey woman who disappeared June 28. Lauren Cho, 30, of Flemington, New Jersey, was in Yucca Valley, which is where she was last seen, with her friends and former boyfriend.  Cho's case began to gain media attention after the disappearance of another missing young woman, Gabby Petito, whose remains were found a few weeks ago in Wyoming. The remains found in California currently have no definite connection to Cho, but coroners are in the process of identifying the body which could take weeks. The area where the body was found also is near where Cho was last seen before she vanished. A cause of death has not been revealed.   Human remains have been found in Yucca Valley, near where New Jersey woman Lauren Cho disappeared on June 28 Cho was visiting the area with her former boyfriend and friends before she walked out of their Airbnb resort and was not seen after The San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department discovered the body while helping the Morongo Basin...
    Former Google, Facebook and Pinterest employee Ifeoma Ozoma launched a free resource guide and a new California law in the same week.Ifeoma Ozoma Whistleblowers are getting louder in Silicon Valley. Most notable is ex-Facebook employee Frances Haugen, who testified in front of Congress this week after revealing documents that showed the company is aware of the harm its products cause. Also this week, California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed the Silenced No More Act, which prohibits employers from using nondisclosure agreement to muzzle complaints about discrimination. The timing was fortuitous for Ifeoma Ozoma, a former Pinterest employee, who's been spending much of her energy of late trying to create a safe space for tech whistleblowers. In 2020, Ozoma and another Black ex-Pinterest employee, went public with claims of discrimination and retaliation during their time at the social media company. On Wednesday, Ozoma launched a free online resource guide for tech workers who are considering making workplace complaints. It's called "The Tech Worker Handbook," and Ozoma says it's meant to help those who need basic information with how to share their...
    A WOMAN has revealed that she discovered that her bloke was cheating, after he bought women’s clothes and then never gave them to her. However, when the clothes never materialised at her home, she became suspicious and decided to contact the brand directly. 3A woman has revealed how she discovered her bloke was cheating when he started buying women's clothes and they never materialisedCredit: @itsmollylux tiktok 3She got in touch with the clothes store to try and find out where the clothes were being sentCredit: @itsmollylux tiktok Sharing the Reddit story on the Molly Lux TikTok account, the owner wrote: “Girl found out her boyfriend was buying clothes for another girl story time.” She went on to explain how, in the Reddit post, the woman had got in touch to ask the store owner a question. In her email, the woman said: “A few months ago I accidentally saw an email notification from your store on my boyfriend’s email.  “He never gave me any clothes. He’s acting weird so I was wondering if you could tell me where the clothes...
    A TikToker who picked up an old photo album at a flea market and decided to trace the previous owner's descendants was astounded to find that they're her distant relatives. Chelsey Brown, 28, from New York City, bought the photo album featuring summer holiday snaps from 1927 at a flea market in the city.  After struggling to find any family ties to the quaint-looking photo album, which only contained first names, the interior designer enlisted her genealogist dad's help. Together, the pair found the family in a 1930s census and uncovered an incredible coincidence: The people pictured in the photos were their distant relatives.  Goal: Chelsey Brown, 28, found an old photo album from 1927 at a flea market in New York City earlier this year and tried to track down the family's descendants  Struggle: The album featuring pictures from Asbury Park, New Jersey, only contained first names, making it difficult to find the family  Sweet memories: The black and white photos show the family enjoying a trip to the beach  Chelsey later learned that the man who made the album...
    A Georgia women is wanted by police after she threw a puppy into the ocean leaving it with such severe injuries it had to euthanized.  Candy Selena Marban, from Gainesville, has been charged with aggravated cruelty to animals. Police in Tybee Island responded to the area of South Beach after a 911 call around 3pm on September 12 claiming there were 'people throwing a puppy into the ocean.' When they arrived at the beach, they found the puppy curled up in the sand, said Tybee's Police Public Information Officer Emory Randolph. Marban was questioned and given a city ordinance citation for cruelty to animals. She reportedly told officers that the dog had been injured a week prior but she did not have any money for medical treatment and decided to throw it into the ocean instead.   Marban told officers that the dog had been injured a week prior but she did not have any money to treat it. Pictured is Marban next to the puppy after police arrived at the beach  Police took the puppy to Savannah for emergency medical treatment...
    POLICE in Croatia are using AI to identify a woman that was found on an island who speaks perfect English but cannot remember her name. Krk Island Police have reportedly been speaking with international AI experts about running her picture through global databases in the hopes of finding a match. Investigators are reportedly speaking with experts in AI to help identify her 2The woman was found bloodied on the isle of Krk over the weekend Investigators are also hoping to use open source social media to help identify the mystery woman. According to sources, her accent drifts between "professional English" and Eastern European - making it nearly impossible to establish her nationality. So far there has been no positive ID. Over the weekend a fisherman came across the bloodied woman, in her 60s, waving and immediately called rescuers. A 14-strong team were forced to use 4x4s and then walk two miles across jagged rocks on the island in Croatia. The blonde woman told them she had no idea how she got there. She had no passport, papers, or phone...
    Police have been left baffled after a bloodied and bruised woman who speaks 'perfect English' was found on a rock at sea on a Croatian island.  The woman, thought to be in her 60s, was spotted by a fisherman while she was on jagged rocks on the isle of Krk, Croatia.  She had suffered cuts to her face and told authorities she had no idea how she had got there, The Sun reports.  She reportedly spoke perfect English but authorities have not yet been able to confirm her nationality.  The woman was eventually rescued by a team of 14 people who had to use 4x4s and walk two miles over the rocks to get to her. The woman, who authorities say is in her 60s, was found on jagged rocks on the isle of Krk, Croatia. Authorities said she could speak perfect English but could not remember her name and police have not yet been able to confirm her nationality  The woman was said to have survived several nights in an area where bears are known to prowl. She...
    A MARKETING director who was found dead with a 22-year-old dancer in a suspected murder-suicide had a "string of young girlfriends", it emerged tonight. The bodies of Maddie Durdant-Hollamby and Ben Green, 41, were found by officers at a house in Kettering, Northamptonshire shortly before 1pm on Friday after a report of concern for her welfare. 10Cops said they are treating the death of Maddie Durdant-Hollamby as murderCredit: Instagram / Maddie Durdant-Hollamby 10Maddie, 22, and Ben Green, 41, are believed to have been in a relationshipCredit: Instagram / Maddie Durdant-Hollamby 10Ben Green was found dead next to Maddie in the house The woman's body was found at a property in Kettering Detectives probing the case said they are treating the death of marketing executive Maddie, from Wimblington, Cambridgeshire, as murder. But cops said they are not looking for anyone else in connection with her death. Maddie and Green are believed to have been in a relationship after meeting at work in the marketing department at Alumasc Water Management Solutions. Maddie shared her time between Green's place and the large £700,000...
    A baby girl who was kidnapped from a Mexican hospital just hours after she was born by a woman dressed as a nurse has been found abandoned in a street four miles away.  The newborn, who has not even been named yet, was taken from Occidente General Hospital in Zapopan in the western Mexico state of Jalisco. Police said that the mother was approached in the gynecology ward hours after the birth by a woman dressed in a blue hospital scrub set, who informed her that she had to take the newborn over to the hospital nursery. But when the mother later asked to see her baby, the hospital staff informed her that they did not have any records showing the child had been taken to the nursery area. Security camera footage showed the fake nurse - who has not been identified - carrying a large green bag and leaving the hospital. Local authorities scrambled to search for the baby. The girl was found Thursday morning four miles away on a street in the Zapopan neighborhood Arcos de Zapopan after...
    A Colorado woman charged with hiding 26 children behind a false wall at her day care center was found guilty of child abuse and other charges Thursday. Carla Faith was convicted of 26 counts of misdemeanor child abuse, a felony count of attempting to influence a public servant and a misdemeanor count of running a child care facility without a license, The Gazette reported. One of her employees also was convicted of 26 counts child abuse. Police went to Mountain Play Place in November 2019 after getting reports that it was caring for more children than allowed. Although Faith repeatedly told an officer that no children were there, the officer could hear children's music and a child's cry from the basement, according to an arrest affidavit. Another officer discovered a small seam separating a false wall from the actual wall, the document said. Carla Faith was convicted of 26 counts of misdemeanor child abuse, a felony count of attempting to influence a public servant and a misdemeanor count of running a child care facility without a license. (iStock)...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – It’s a mysterious death spanning state lines. Investigators say a woman found dead in a barrel in Bergen County, N.J. last week is from the Bronx. READ MORE: Tracking Henri: Hurricane, Tropical Storm Warnings Issued Throughout Tri-State Area Chopper 2 was over the scene a week ago, high above Ridgefield Park, New Jersey. Bergen County investigators were dusting a barrel where a woman’s body was found inside. A week later, the NYPD has identified that woman as 42-year-old Nicole Flanagan, who lived in the Woodlawn section of the Bronx. She was last seen working, according to sources, as a high end escort on Wall Street. “Like, a shock because, you know, because that’s something you, like, see in the movies,” said neighbor Luis DeJesus. “She was always by herself. She would just be in and out.” Police sources say Flanagan’s friend initially called the NYPD, worried when she hadn’t heard from her. Sources say she told investigators Flanagan had been working downtown, visiting clients. They were able to track her cell phone to 95 Wall Street,...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – It’s a mysterious death spanning state lines. Investigators say a woman found dead in a barrel in Bergen County, N.J. last week is from the Bronx. READ MORE: Tracking Henri: Hurricane, Tropical Storm Warnings Issued Throughout Tri-State Area Chopper 2 was over the scene a week ago, high above Ridgefield Park, New Jersey. Bergen County investigators were dusting a barrel where a woman’s body was found inside. A week later, the NYPD has identified that woman as 42-year-old Nicole Flanagan, who lived in the Woodlawn section of the Bronx. She was last seen working, according to sources, as a high end escort on Wall Street. “Like, a shock because, you know, because that’s something you, like, see in the movies,” said neighbor Luis DeJesus. “She was always by herself. She would just be in and out.” Police sources say Flanagan’s friend initially called the NYPD, worried when she hadn’t heard from her. Sources say she told investigators Flanagan had been working downtown, visiting clients. READ MORE: Communities Prepare For Henri As It Looks To Bring Significant...
    York Area Regional Police have located a woman who was reported missing with "suspicious circumstances," say police. Sara Locricchio, of Dallastown, had not been seen or heard from since Thursday at 10 a.m. Thanks to social media sharing, dozens of tips were called into police. Locricchio was found safe, police say. The police thank the public for their help.
    Archaeologists have unearthed the remains of a woman that lived 14,000 years ago, the first signs of a modern burial at the historically important Cova Gran de Santa Linya site in Spain, where evidence of the last Neanderthals and the first modern humans has previously been unearthed. Dubbed 'Linya, the La Noguera woman,' experts found two of the woman's femurs, one still attached to a pelvis, an arm and leg bone and bones from her hands and feet.  The woman's skull, vertebrate and ribs were also discovered, though these were poorly preserved. The archaeologists used carbon-14 dating of the sediment to determine the woman's age.  Experts found the remains of a woman that lived 14,000 years ago at the Cova Gran de Santa Linya site in Spain. Two femurs, an arm bone, leg bone and bones from hands and feet of 'Linya, the La Noguera woman' were unearthed. A skull, vertebrate and ribs were also discovered 'We recovered bone remains which definitely belonged to a human skeleton, and still partly connected, two meters below the ground of a side area of...
    More On: Manchester terror attack Brother of Ariana Grande concert bomber admits ‘full part’ in attack Security guard ignored Ariana Grande concert bomber in fear he’d be called a racist Brother of Ariana Grande concert bomber convicted of 22 counts of murder Journalist faces backlash after mocking symbolic Manchester bee tattoo A 20-year-old woman who survived the terror attack at the Ariana Grande concert in the UK has been found dead — four years after the massacre, which left the young woman with depression and PTSD, according to a report. Eve Aston was found dead July 23 in the bedroom of her Wolverhampton home, the Birmingham Mail reported. Her cause of death is still unknown. She attended the singer’s concert at the Manchester Arena on May 22, 2017, when 22 people died in the attack by British suicide bomber Salman Abedi. In addition to the deaths, more than 800 concertgoers were left “with physical and deep psychological injuries,” authorities have said. Aston’s mother told the outlet that her daughter had struggled with loud noises and had post-traumatic stress disorder...
    State authorities have solved a 43-year-old mystery by finding human remains inside a submerged car belonging to a woman missing since 1978. Facebook/NH Fish and Game Law Enforcement Division and Operation Game Thief New Hampshire authorities have solved a 43-year-old mystery after finding human remains in a car. Police said 63-year-old Alberta Leeman went missing on her way home in 1978. A conservation officer took interest in her case, and began searching for her in 2018. 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. Underwater search crews in New Hampshire have discovered human remains and a submerged car belonging to a woman who went missing in 1978, according to local and state authorities. Alberta Leeman, 63, went missing 43 years ago, likely on her way home, authorities told WMUR. State authorities in New Hampshire and Vermont are investigating how her 1972...
    Two sisters who were torn apart in early childhood have revealed the moment they were reunited, after 25 years apart.  A heartwarming video clip shows Brittanny Bigley, 31, from Saratoga Springs, Utah, embracing Amanda Stiles, 29, from Santa Rosa, California, during an emotional reunion in 2017 - after Brittanny managed to track her sister down on Facebook. Mother-of-one Brittanny said she feared she'd never hug her younger sister again after their lives forked in different directions in 1993 when family difficulties split them up.  While Amanda was adopted by the foster parents who had been caring for the sisters, her older sibling went to live with her father, who was a different man to Amanda's.   Scroll down for video 
    A Camden County woman led police on multiple pursuits in a stolen oil tanker truck before being arrested at a Wawa store, nearly 80 miles from where she found the truck, police said. Wildwood police responding to an erratic driver on the 400 block of Rio Grande Avenue around 8:30 p.m. July 24, authorities said.  There, they found a woman later identified as 44-year-old Camille Wescott, of Lawnside, parked near the gas lots of the Wawa, Wildwood police said. Registration showed police that the Taylor tanker truck had been stolen out of Bellmawr, at which point the traffic stop became high-risk, police said. Wescott get out of the car and, on several occasions, pressed on the brake pedal and checked her mirrors as if she was attempting to pull the vehicle out, police said. Unable to restart the vehicle, Wescott had the driver and passenger-side doors locked, and refused to get out, authorities said. "Due to public safety concerns and fear that the commercial oil truck would travel back onto the highly congested public roadway, forced entry was made into...
    Facebook fired 52 workers between January 2014 and August 2015 for abusing their access to private user data including one man who tracked a woman to a hotel after a fight and another who found his date's location when she stopped answering his texts, according to a new book. The shocking details are revealed in the explosive new book 'An Ugly Truth: Inside Facebook's Battle for Domination', penned by journalists Sheera Frenkel and Cecilia Kang and offering an inside look into the rise and fall of the social media giant.  In an excerpt of the book, shared by The Telegraph, the authors reveal that, on average, three employees every month were caught exploiting private data of Facebook users for their own personal gains, such as tracking the current location of users, accessing their private messages and viewing their deleted photos.  It is not known how many other staff members could also have abused the free reign afforded to them by Facebook but were never caught.  At the time, over 16,000 employees had access to private user data with the organization relying on the...
    People protest as a storm rolls in on June 6, 2020 in Denver, Colorado. Michael Ciaglo/Getty Images Video of a car hitting a demonstrator during protests over the death of George Floyd protests last May went viral.  A jury found that the woman driving the car was not guilty of assault.  A lawyer for Jennifer Watson said she was scared for her safety.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A woman accused of hitting a person with her car during protests following the death of George Floyd last summer in Denver has been found not guilty of assault by a jury, several outlets reported.  A jury found Jennifer Watson, 37, guilty of misdemeanor reckless driving, KUSA reported.  Video of the incident went viral last summer. The video from May 28 showed a black SUV honking its horn at a group of demonstrators around it.  Before the start of the video, a protester was on the hood of the car, Insider reported. The car then started moving, the protester jumped off, and people can be heard screaming watch...
    A woman has detailed how she found out her long-distance boyfriend was allegedly cheating on her after checking her blocked list on Instagram, admitting that she still moved from the US to the UK to be with him before their engagement imploded. Gabby Marcellus, 25, from New York, shared her shocking story in a series of TikTok videos, explaining in one viral clip that their relationship started to unravel after she learned just how far he would go to keep his infidelities secret.   'I'll never forget the day in 2018 when something told me to check my blocked list on Instagram,' she said. 'What did I find? A random girl. What did we have in common? My boyfriend. Now I didn't block her, so you can guess who did.' Scroll down for video   Say what? Gabby Marcellus, 25, from New York, went viral on TikTok after revealing how she  caught her ex-boyfriend 'cheating' by checking her 'blocked list' on Instagram  Busted: Gabby said she discovered he had blocked 'a random girl' on her account, and after hours of fighting,...
    A MAN has been charged with murdering his 63-year-old mum who was found with serious stab wounds at a house in Hertfordshire. Cops were called on Sunday afternoon to reports of concerns for the welfare of a woman at an address in Oakfield Close, Potters Bar. 1The woman was found with serious stab wounds at a house in Oakfield Close, Potters Bar Kim Dearden was found inside the property with serious stab wounds. Paramedics battled to save her, but she was pronounced dead at the scene. Cops at the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Major Crime Unit launched a murder probe and arrested a man a short time later. Charles Dearden, 31, of Oakfield Close, Potters Bar, has been charged over the murder of Kim, police said in a statement tonight. Dearden was remanded into custody to appear at Hatfield Magistrates' Court tomorrow. Detective Chief Inspector Neil Langford said: "Our thoughts are with Kim’s family and friends at this difficult time. Most read in NewsBreakingGUN RAMPAGE Cop and civilian killed after active shooter opens fire in ColoradoTRAGIC PASSINGHockey legend dead...
    More On: arrests Former NFL player charged with sexual assault of young girl Ex-NFL player to be questioned about missing girlfriend: report Man arrested for shoving West Village diner cook into plate glass window Not lovin’ it: DoorDasher threatens McD’s workers who denied him Happy Meals The maniac allegedly responsible for the brutal rape of a Queens woman last year has been arrested — after authorities found him hiding out in Georgia, prosecutors announced Monday. Rony Lopez Alvarez, 38, was dragged back to New York on Friday to face a slew of charges including rape and kidnapping in the horrifying January 2020 assault. “For more than a year, the investigation into this brutal attack continued and intensified in an effort to find justice for the victim,” said Queens District Attorney Melinda Katz. “The defendant may have thought he’d found refuge in another state — but he has been brought back to our jurisdiction and now faces serious charges.” Prosecutors allege Lopez Alvarez grabbed the 27-year-old victim from behind as she walked in Jamaica at around 4 a.m. on Jan. 18,...
    Loading the player... A Narragansett, Rhode Island woman is receiving a slap on the wrist after she verbally attacked a Black family. Christine Longo, 34, was found guilty of disorderly conduct after a judge refused to enhance her sentence to a hate crime. Last June, Longo verbally attacked Adote Akpabie and his family at the Coast Guard House in Washington County, per WPRI. “Your conduct, your language, was vile and disgusting, quite frankly,” said Associate Judge James Caruolo to Longo. “I don’t know why the state didn’t charge with an assault charge. Had they charged you with that, there’s a very good chance you would be taking a ride to the ACI right now.” A judge ruled that Christine Longo was guilty of disorderly conduct, but she was not penalized under Rhode Island’s hate crime enhancement law. Photo: WJAR NBC 10 Also Read: Men plead not guilty to hate crimes in Ahmaud Arbery death The family had traveled to the beach and stopped to eat at a popular restaurant when Longo yelled racists slurs at Akpabie and his family. “Look...
    The girlfriend of missing Texas boy Samuel Olson's father was picked up by a man outside a Walmart, along with a foul-smelling black plastic bin, which was later found by the police inside a motel room, containing a child's body wrapped with duct tape, court documents reveal.  Theresa Balboa on Tuesday was arrested by police acting on a tip from her male companion, and charged with tampering with evidence in connection with the five-year-old boy's disappearance.  Balboa was arrested inside room 106 at a Best Western motel in Jasper, Texas, where the child's body was recovered.   As of Thursday morning, the remains have not been positively identified as Samuel, but investigators believe it is the missing boy who would have turned six last Saturday.  According to court filings cited by KHOU11, a man allegedly met Balboa in the parking lot of the Walmart in Cleveland, Texas, and picked her up in a pickup truck, along with the black plastic bin with a yellow lid.  The pair drove to the Best Western in Jasper, where they were then seen on surveillance video...
    Lyndsey Kennedy, 43, was found in a six-foot drain pipe in Grand Prairie, Texas on Saturday night and was taken to a nearby hospital where she was placed on a psychiatric hold A woman who was rescued from a Florida storm drain two months ago has now been found in a Texas drain pipe after wandering off from a rehab facility.  Lyndsey Kennedy, 43, was found in a six-foot drain pipe in Grand Prairie on Saturday night and was taken to a nearby hospital where she was placed on a psychiatric hold.  Kennedy had been reported missing by local police after leaving a Dallas rehabilitation facility that she had checked into about a week earlier. Her family told CBS12 News that police spotted Kennedy near a creek but she jumped into a storm drain when they tried to approach her.  The missing woman's relatives started searching for her after tracking her last known location on her phone.  They said they started leaving bags of food and Gatorade at the entrance to the drain and nearby manholes. She climbed out of...
    TIMES SQUARE, Manhattan (WABC) -- Christine Hammontree was located at a hostel in Long Island City, Queens. Authorities say she is unharmed and there is no crime that requires an investigation.This is a breaking news update. Previous story below:Police released new surveillance photos of a woman from Maine who they say was last seen in New York City on Monday.According to police, 29-year-old Christine Hammontree was last seen getting into a yellow cab with a man and two women, just after 2 a.m.She got into the cab outside of McDonald's in Times Square.The Falmouth Police Department released updated images of Hammontree on Friday that feature the clothing that she was last seen wearing. This images were taken on May 21.Hammontree is described as 5'9'' tall and 110 pounds with brown hair. She was last seen wearing a blue shirt, shorts, black flip flops and an orange backpack. Authorities say Hammontree was visiting someone she knew in New York City at the time of her disappearance.It's unknown if the person she was visiting was a loved one or significant...
    A New England woman who went missing in New York City has been found. Christine Hammontree, age 29, of Falmouth, Maine, had last been seen just after 2 a.m. on Monday, May 24 getting into a vehicle with a man and two women in Times Square. She was reported missing to the Falmouth Police Department by her parents on Tuesday, May 25. She was located at a hostel in Queens and is safe, authorities announced on Friday, May 28. No foul play is suspected. "The Falmouth Police Department would like to thank its law enforcement colleagues for their time, attention, and steadfast dedication in locating Christine Hammontree," the Falmouth Police Department said in a statement. "Falmouth Police would also like to extend its gratitude to the local and national media outlets who kept Ms. Hammontree in the public eye, as this media attention generated numerous noteworthy tips that helped steer the investigation to a successful resolution."
    A New Jersey woman is suing a gynecologist who she says secretly used his own sperm to impregnate her in 1983 during an IVF treatment - and she only found out when her adult daughter took a 23andMe DNA test.  Bianca Voss, now 75, went to Dr. Martin Greenberg on Park Avenue 38 years ago for fertility treatment. She claims in her lawsuit - which brands the incident 'medical rape' - that Greenberg promised to use an anonymous donor's sperm, but instead secretly impregnated her with her own.  She knew nothing of it until her daughter Roberta, now 37, did an at-home DNA test which revealed he was the father.  Now, Voss is suing Greenberg, who lives in Miami, and is now 81.  He has not responded to the lawsuit yet.  During a press conference on Tuesday, Bianca's daughter Roberta said she felt 'disgusted' by what had happened.  Bianca Voss, now 75, (left) and her daughter Roberta (right) now 37, during a Zoom press conference on Tuesday. Bianca went to Dr. Greenberg in 1983 for IVF  These are...
    A woman who found her first grey hair when she was just twelve years old dyed her locks every two weeks before finally embracing her silver mane - which some people mistake for a medical condition. Primary school teacher Lauren Midgley, 26, from Alberta, Canada, always knew that going grey at a young age was a possibility since it was a family trait on her mother's side. However, when she discovered her first grey hair aged just 12, Lauren was still a little shocked. Throughout her teens, Lauren's mother Lana, 56, spent hours box-dyeing her hair, to cover the grey patch that was emerging at the front of her hair. Not knowing of anyone even close to her age with grey hair, Lauren felt embarrassed by her hair and would even pluck it out. By the time Lauren reached her twenties, the constant dyeing of her hair was proving to be an expensive hassle, costing her over $94 (£55) per month. Lauren Midgley, 26, from Alberta, Canada, who found her first grey hair when she was just twelve years old...
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