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    TEEN Mom star Ashley Jones’ husband, Bar Smith, has finally been released from a California jail after he was arrested in August for being a “fugitive.” Bar, 25, was arrested on August 22 in Nevada and was charged with being a fugitive from another state.   5Bar Smith has been released from jailCredit: Merced Jail 5He was arrested in August and charged with being a 'fugitive'Credit: Perthshire Picture Agency He was held on no bond until his September 13 court hearing and was transferred to a California facility.  The U.S. Sun can exclusively reveal Bar was released from jail on September 21.  He was held on $100,000 bond at the time of his incarceration. In his mugshot obtained by The U.S. Sun, Bar could be seen smirking at the camera.  This was a contrast from his Nevada mugshot, where he appeared to be defeated by the new arrest. The Ashley's Reality Roundup was the first to report on the arrest.  ALCOHOL STRUGGLES Read More on The US SunCORNERED RAT Putin’s nuke threat is ‘bluff’ to save his skin but he'll fail,...
    THE CALIFORNIA mom who faked her own kidnapping so she could spend time with her secret ex-boyfriend has been sentenced to 18 months in prison. Sherri Papini, 40, pled guilty in April to mail fraud and making false statements after sparking a frantic search when she supposedly went missing on November 2, 2016. 4Sherri Papini has been sentenced to XX months in prison. She is seen arriving at the federal courthouse accompanied by her attorney, William Portanova in Sacramento, California, on MondayCredit: AP:Associated Press 4The California mom, 40, pled guilty to faking her own kidnapping in April 2022 4Papini's lawyers had asked that she get a sentence of no more than one month in custody and seven of home detentionCredit: Social Media - Refer to Source As part of her deal, Papini was ordered to pay more than $300,000 in restitution. The judge handed down the sentence after Papini delivered an emotional statement admitting how her hoax had hurt others, The Sacramento Bee reported. The mom-of-two lied about being abducted as cops later discovered she had actually been staying with an ex-partner, James...
    TEEN Mom star Ashley Jones’ husband Bar Smith is smiling in his new mugshot after he moved to a California jail following his August arrest in Nevada.  Bar, 25, was arrested on August 22 and was charged with being a fugitive from another state.  4Bar Smith has been transferred to a California jail and smiled for a new mugshot 4Ashley and Bar moved from California to NevadaCredit: Instagram/@ashleysiren He was held on no bond until his court hearing scheduled for September 13.  The U.S. Sun can exclusively reveal the court hearing was “vacated” and the case in Nevada is now closed, as Bar was “picked up by the wanting state.”  Bar, whose birth name is Bariki Lockett Smith, was transferred from a Nevada jail to a California facility, where he remains today.  In his new mugshot obtained by The U.S. Sun, Bar could be seen smirking at the camera.  This is a contrast from his Nevada mugshot, where he appeared to be defeated by the new arrest. The Ashley's Reality Roundup was the first to report on the arrest. ...
    Orange County has agreed to pay $480,000 to a former inmate who was pregnant but suffered a miscarriage after sheriff’s deputies stopped at a Starbucks while driving her to a hospital. Sandra Quinones, who is no longer in custody, alleged in a federal lawsuit that sheriff’s staff delayed treatment after her water broke in the jail. County supervisors unanimously approved the payment at their meeting Tuesday, Aug. 23, but Quinones must formally accept the settlement before it becomes final. “That’s a very good result for someone badly treated in the jail,” said Dick Herman, Quinones’ lawyer. “This poor woman, she’s in jail having a miscarriage and, instead of calling an ambulance, they take her to the hospital in a patrol car and the cops stop at Starbucks while she’s bleeding.” Herman said Quinones is homeless and mentally ill. This is the second time the county will pay out on allegations of failing to provide medical treatment to a pregnant inmate resulting in the death of her fetus. In the latest case, Quinones was in her cell, six months pregnant, on...
    Former California Democratic Rep. T.J. Cox was released from jail following a plea deal reached just hours after being indicted by a federal grand jury on 28 charges of criminal fraud. Cox pleaded not guilty to the charges of wire fraud, money laundering, financial fraud, and campaign contribution fraud, and he obtained conditional release from Fresno County Jail on Tuesday evening. As part of his release, Cox was ordered to surrender his passport, restrict travel within California, abstain from contact with any witnesses, limit intake of alcohol or drugs, and check in with pretrial monitoring officials, according to the Fresno Bee.  FORMER REP. TJ COX FACES FEDERAL CHARGES IN FRAUD CASE The case will resume with a status conference in October. Until then, prosecutors and defense attorneys are instructed to exchange evidence and witness interviews to prepare for trial. BREAKING: Former US Congressman TJ Cox from CA’s 21st Congressional district was just released from the Fresno County Jail. He’s facing 28 counts of different money laundering, wire fraud, campaign contribution fraud & financial institution fraud...
    A 20-year-old man charged this week with killing an off-duty Monterey Park police officer during a botched robbery attempt in Downey spent just a day in custody following a March conviction for burglary and felony domestic violence, according to Los Angeles County court and jail records. Carlos Daniel Delcid of San Pedro, accused of shooting Officer Gardiel Solorio, 26, five times Monday in a parking lot outside an LA Fitness gym, has been charged with murder, attempted robbery and possession of a firearm by a felon. He remains in the Los Angeles County Jail without bail. The Los Angeles Police Department arrested Delcid on Feb. 10 for spousal assault, burglary, intimidating/tampering with a witness, false Imprisonment, and assault. The arrest stemmed from an incident in which Delcid assaulted his girlfriend while using a knife. He pleaded no contest to burglary and inflicting injury on a spouse or cohabitant and was sentenced to 180 days in jail and four years probation on March 10, according to court records. The sentence was based on Delcid’s age and lack of prior criminal convictions,...
    NANCY Pelosi's husband, Paul, could face jail time if he's convicted of criminal charges following his arrest for driving under the influence in California. Paul Pelosi was driving his 2021 Porsche when he was struck by a Jeep near Napa on May 28. 1Pelosi has been charged with two criminal misdemeanorsCredit: AP Pelosi has been charged with two criminal misdemeanors by the Napa County District Attorney's Office. The office reports that Pelosi's blood alcohol level was at .082 percent. If convicted, Pelosi could face up to five years of probation, at least five days in jail, and additional penalties. Pelosi is scheduled to appear in court on August 3. More to follow...For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. The-sun.com is your go-to destination for the best celebrity news, sports news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSunUS and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheUSSun. Most read in NewsRAPPER DOWN Rumors claiming star is dead are debunked after he had 'emergency surgery'PAINFUL LOSS Model, 31, dies by suicide after worrying...
    A Sacramento County sheriff has hit out at California state laws, alleging they 'treat criminals like victims' in the wake of the mass shooting on Sunday April 3 which claimed the lives of six people. Sheriff Scott Jones made the statements last night after it emerged one of the suspects in the shooting, 27-year-old Smiley Martin, was released from prison in February after serving less than half of a 10-year sentence.  Jones argued in last night's interview with Fox News that incidences like Sacramento's mass shooting will continue as long as California's lax laws on criminality remain. 'Every crime has a victim and these victims are racking up... If we don't change the way California and the rest of this nation treats criminals, then this is only going to be a continuing trend,' the sheriff said. 'The best predictor of future behavior is past conduct, and violent people, they're going to be violent when they get out, and that's what we've seen here.'  Martin was incarcerated in 2017 for punching and whipping his girlfriend with a belt while she was hiding...
    REDDING  — A Northern California woman who was arrested last week for allegedly faking her own 2016 kidnapping and lying to federal agents was released from jail on Tuesday. A federal judge allowed Sherri Papini, 39, to be released after her family posted a $120,000 bond. Papini must undergo psychiatric treatment and surrender her passport as conditions of her release. Wearing a gray hoodie and keeping her head down, Papini ran out the doors of the jail in Sacramento and, embraced by friends or family, dashed to a car past a throng of reporters and photographers shouting questions. During a virtual detention hearing, U.S. Magistrate Judge Jeremy D. Peterson had agreed with Papini’s attorney that she wasn’t a flight risk or a threat to the community. She was arrested Thursday on charges of lying to federal agents about being kidnapped and defrauding the state’s victim compensation board of $30,000. In arguing against her release, Assistant U.S. Attorney Veronica Alegria said when FBI agents tried to arrest Papini last week, “she screamed ‘no’ and ran away from them and resisted arrest.”...
    By Stella Chan | CNN A California woman was headed for a trip to Mexico but instead spent 13 days in a Los Angeles jail after police mistook her for another person with the same name, according to allegations in a lawsuit filed Tuesday. Bethany K. Farber filed the wrongful arrest lawsuit against the City of Los Angeles in federal court. Last April, she was waiting to board her flight to Mexico at the Los Angeles International Airport when she was stopped by the Transportation Security Administration, according to the lawsuit. “TSA comes and says that she ​has a warrant for her arrest out in Texas. Ms. Farber, this Bethany Farber, has never been to Texas,” her lawyer Rodney Diggs said at a Tuesday news conference. Farber was taken to a private room at the airport, interrogated and then later arrested and booked into jail, the suit states. “At the time Ms. Farber was booked, the police do nothing to confirm whether or not this Bethany Farber is that Bethany Farber,” said Diggs. He shared photos of his client and...
    (CNN)A California woman was headed for a trip to Mexico but instead spent 13 days in a Los Angeles jail after police mistook her for another person with the same name, according to allegations in a lawsuit filed Tuesday. Bethany K. Farber filed the wrongful arrest lawsuit against the City of Los Angeles in federal court. Last April, she was waiting to board her flight to Mexico at the Los Angeles International Airport when she was stopped by the Transportation Security Administration, according to the lawsuit.A Black man was misidentified, arrested and held for 6 days in place of a White felon twice his age "TSA comes and says that she ​has a warrant for her arrest out in Texas. Ms. Farber, this Bethany Farber, has never been to Texas," her lawyer Rodney Diggs said at a Tuesday news conference. Farber was taken to a private room at the airport, interrogated and then later arrested and booked into jail, the suit states. Read More"At the time Ms. Farber was booked, the police do nothing to confirm whether or not this...
    Immigrant rights protesters participate in a demonstration to draw attention to tech companies' involvement in the immigration enforcement system on Oct. 11, 2019, in New York City. Immigrants and their advocates won a major victory last fall, following the release of Ricardo Vasquez Cruz from a northern California jail last October. Vasquez Cruz had been the remaining immigrant detained at Yuba County Jail. He’d been held for more than three years. The detention center in Yuba County has also been the lone remaining county jail in California to still hold a contract with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Advocates hoped Vasquez Cruz’s release could lead to that agreement’s termination. But in “a blow” to advocates, Yuba is again jailing immigrants, The San Francisco Chronicle reports. “Empty of immigrant detainees for two months, Yuba County Jail is once again incarcerating noncitizens that the federal government wants to deport,” The San Francisco Chronicle said. Per attorneys who toured the jail as part of a decades-old court agreement, an immigrant was detained in late December, followed by a second immigrant a few days later.  The report said that the jail...
    A transgender woman who was arrested in San Diego last year was put in a holding cell with three men against her wishes and then beaten up so badly that she suffered a broken jaw, according to a lawsuit. Kristina Frost alleges in federal court papers that she was a ‘book-and-release’ detainee at San Diego Central Jail in November of last year. Initially, she was placed in a holding cell alone. ‘She was then moved, without any reasonable justification, and against her wishes, to a minimally monitored cell with three men,’ according to the lawsuit filed last week in US District Court in the Southern District of California. Frost protested, telling the jailers that her driver’s license and other identifying papers indicated she was a woman. Kristina Frost, a transgender woman who was arrested in San Diego last year, was put in a holding cell with three men against her wishes and then beaten up so badly that she suffered a broken jaw, according to a lawsuit Frost suffered two fractures in her jaw and had to have two operations...
    Kristin Lynn Boyle (Photo courtesy of Orange County District Attorney’s Office and La Habra Police Department)  A former Fullerton Joint Union High School District school psychologist has pleaded no contest to having sex with a 17-year-old student in a classroom at La Habra High School, where she was assigned, and was immediately sentenced to 20 days in jail. However, Kristin Lynn Boyle, 37, of Lake Forest, may avoid time behind bars by completing 18 days of community service by April 29, according to court records. She will be on informal probation for a year. “My client took responsibility for her actions and is ready to move forward with her life and is ready to put this behind her,” Boyle’s attorney, Ed Welbourn said. Boyle accepted a plea deal from Orange County Superior Court Judge Thomas Lo. Orange County prosecutors objected to the plea deal, in which she pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor count of unlawful sexual intercourse. Boyle had sex with the boy in a La Habra High classroom on April 12, 2018, according to prosecutors. Related Articles ...
    After the remaining two out of six inmates who escaped from a California jail in January were apprehended in Arizona, a sheriff detailed at a press conference how they managed to escape in the first place six months ago, partially placing the blame on the structure’s crumbling infrastructure. Jorge Barron, 20, and Manuel Leon, 22, were taken into custody by the U.S. Marshals Service in Glendale, Ariz., on Friday. Speaking at a press conference Tuesday, Merced County Sheriff Vern Warnke detailed how the inmates plotted their escape for months and showed images of the air duct that the six crawled through to make it to the roof before using a rope to rappel down the side of the building.  "These folks didn't do it in one night," Warnke said. "They went through a month long planning this escape. They went through the area where the plumbing stuff is several times." The ventilation system had been cut through about a quarter-inch of steel, officials said. Photos showed how the inmates were then able to access the HVAC unit and the plumbing...
    The family of a woman found dead shortly after her release from a Huntington Beach city jail alleges in a civil lawsuit that officers should have gotten her psychiatric help during her time in custody. According to the lawsuit filed in federal court in Santa Ana, police used excessive force during the Aug. 26, 2019 arrest of 40-year-old Shannon Tater and failed to place her on a mental health hold after she told them she was suicidal. According to court records, Tater, a little more than a week before her death, had been placed on a three-day psychiatric hold and then released into the custody of her father. On Aug. 26, 2019, Huntington Beach officers twice arrested Tater for “huffing” and being under the influence of an intoxicant, according to court records, with the officers fearing she was a danger to herself. The civil lawsuit – filed on behalf of Tater’s father and adult daughter – alleges that during the second arrest an officer used “excessive amount of force” to subdue and detain her. She was taken to a hospital...
    Irvine police arrested a 42-year-old man on Tuesday on suspicion of killing his wife at her Irvine home, months after he was convicted of abusing her, authorities said on Wednesday, May 5. The suspect, Yunlong Bai, called his probation officer around 1 p.m. on Tuesday and said he killed his wife inside her home and would wait for police to arrive, Irvine police said. Minutes later, police flooded into a gated community near Alton Parkway and Royal Oak, where officers burst through the front door of a house on Red Apple and found Bai and 33-year-old Chao Chen, lying on her kitchen floor with trauma wounds on her body, said Irvine police Sgt. Karie Davies, spokeswoman for the department. Coroner officials later pronounced Chen dead at the home. Officers immediately detained Bai and a roommate who came out of his room after hearing the commotion, Davies said. After questioning both men, investigators determined the roommate, who had been renting a room at the Red Apple home, was not involved in the alleged killing. Police then booked Bai on suspicion of...
    More On: lori loughlin Mossimo Giannulli completes 5-month sentence for college admissions scandal Olivia Jade and Bella Giannulli picked up dad Mossimo from prison Mossimo Giannulli released from prison two weeks early Cindy Adams takes stock of celebrity bad behavior Lori Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giannulli reportedly celebrated the end of their jail stints for their roles in the college admissions scandal with a secret trip to an exclusive resort in California. The “Full House” star and her designer hubby were spotted relaxing at The Madison Club in La Quinta in late April, according to The US Sun. “They arrived together in the afternoon of Friday, April 23, and kept a super low profile,” an insider told the news outlet.“It was the perfect high-end place for them to reconnect after such a long time apart and Mossimo was released from home confinement,” the source said.“The Madison Club is one of the most exclusive country clubs in the world and it’s somewhere they clearly knew they wouldn’t be photographed,” they added. A view of the luxury Madison Club golf...
    A search is underway in California for a 45-year-old inmate who escaped from jail on Monday night, authorities said. Charlie Everitt, also known as "Mikey," broke out of the John Latorraca Correctional Center in Merced County at around 8 p.m., the Merced County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement on Tuesday. GEORGIA AUTHORITIES SEARCH FOR 5 MURDER SUSPECTS AFTER MOTHER FOUND DEAD "Everitt was able to forcibly break through several layers of building material, make his way through the perimeter fencing, and escape jail custody," officials said. At the time of his escape, Everitt had a shaved head and was wearing blue-colored inmate clothing. Everitt escaped from the John Latorraca Correctional Center in Merced County at around 8 p.m. on Monday. (Merced County Sheriff’s Office) Everitt, of Sacramento, was serving time for DUI, gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated and for causing great bodily injury, FOX26 Fresno reported. In October 2019, Everitt was driving under the influence and crashed head-on with another vehicle, killing two people, the Merced Sun-Star reported. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Authorities asked anyone with information...
    SANTA ANA (CBSLA) – One day after being released from jail, 20-year-old Lizandro Diaz Salgado disobeyed protective orders and kidnapped, carjacked and raped an ex-girlfriend in Placentia, according to a complaint filed on Friday. Placentia Police have charged the man with rape, sexual penetration with a foreign object, kidnapping, carjacking, domestic battery and criminal threats among several other charges. READ MORE: Gas Prices On The Rise Across Southern California On April 5, Salgado pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor counts of contempt of court for disobeying court orders. He was sentenced to eight days in jail, but was released on Monday, April 12, as a credit for time served. READ MORE: Federal Officials Reporting Thousands Of Breakthrough COVID-19 Cases Among People Who Are Fully Vaccinated Salgado is accused of attacking his ex-girlfriend on Tuesday. MORE NEWS: Some Of The Most Devastated Workers: New California Law Seeks To Get Laid-Off Hospitality Employees Back To Work His arraignment at the Orange County Jail is scheduled for sometime Friday. Placentia Police have not yet responded to messages about the case. SANTA ANA, CA –  An...
    Alan and Alex Stokes, twin brothers who rose to fame on YouTube filming prank videos, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor false imprisonment and reporting false emergencies in connection with a pair of now-removed videos they filmed in the fall of 2019 in which they pretended to have just robbed a bank. The 23-year-old brothers were charged in August of last year. They faced a maximum of five years in prison if convicted on all counts, leading to the guilty plea in exchange for reduced sentences, according to a press release put out dated March 31st by the office of the district attorney of Orange County, California. “The guilty pleas were in exchange for a judge reducing the felony false imprisonment charge to a misdemeanor. Prosecutors objected on the record and in a trial brief to the court’s offer to reduce the felony charge to a misdemeanor,” the press release states. “These crimes could have easily resulted in someone being seriously hurt or killed.” Both received a sentence including 160 hours of community service and one year of probation...
    A murder suspect mistakenly released from jail earlier this month was arrested on Monday in Cypress, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. #LASD MCB Fugitive Task Force investigators, along w/ @nUSA_USMS and members of @LBPD collaborated on the re-capture of Murder Suspect Steven Manzo. https://t.co/U6CKDlhyHv pic.twitter.com/LCy2Dw625r — LA County Sheriffs (@LASDHQ) March 30, 2021 Steven Manzo, 24, of Hawaiian Gardens was arrested and charged a year ago in the July 26, 2018, killing of Salvador Corrales, 24, according to Long Beach police. He was released from jail on March 9, with a Long Beach Police Department spokeswoman subsequently saying that it was determined that he “should not have been released.” Steven Manzo, 24 and a Long Beach murder suspect, was recaptured on Monday, March 29, after he was mistakenly released from jail due to a data entry error Tuesday, March 9. (Courtesy of Long Beach Police Department)  The Sheriff’s Department, along with the U.S. Marshals Service and members of Long Beach police collaborated on an intensive search for Manzo, the Sheriff’s Department said. On Monday, investigators observed...
    LOGAN, Utah (AP) — An inmate is back in custody after escaping a county jail in northern Utah by scaling two fences. Cache County sheriff's officials say 37-year-old Cecil Vijil was outside for recreation time when he scaled the yard fence and an outer perimeter fence at the jail Sunday morning. Authorities say he ran into the fields next to the jail, removed his outer clothing and armed himself with a board. Officers with the sheriff's office and the Logan City Police Department set up a large perimeter and kept Vijil in sight. They convinced him to return to custody about an hour after he escaped. Vijil was examined by medical staff and returned to jail. Charges stemming from the escape will be reviewed by the Cache County Attorney's Office. Copyright 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Tags: Utah, Associated PressRelated ArticlesPoliticsBiden Meets With Asian American CommunityBest StatesStates Expand COVID-19 Vaccine AccessBest StatesTax Revenues Up 6.5%Best States10 States With the Highest Incarceration RatesBest States10 Least Obese StatesBest States5 Facts From...
    More On: murder Teen charged with robbing, killing Florida real estate agent Man charged in deadly shooting over dog poop plans insanity defense Disturbing new details emerge about 10-year-old boy bludgeoned to death Connecticut top cop holds back tears after announcing mother’s arrest for killing young son A murder suspect in California was mistakenly released from jail Tuesday, prompting cops to shut down a Los Angeles highway during an hours-long manhunt, authorities said. Steven Manzo, who was charged with murder last March, was erroneously released due to a paperwork error following his arraignment Monday, two law enforcement sources told the Los Angeles Times. The 23-year-old was released from county jail at 2:12 p.m. Tuesday — and spotted 30 minutes later near the 101 Freeway by Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies, the newspaper reported. Deputies sought assistance from Los Angeles police to get Manzo back in custody, but he avoided being re-arrested. The search for him ended at about 5 p.m., NBC Los Angeles reported. A prosecutor on Monday dismissed and then refiled murder charges against Manzo due to...
    Gina Bisignano is being prosecuted for taking part in the incursion into the U.S. Capitol on January 6 and was supposed to be transferred from California for a court appearance in Washington, DC, but a glitch in paperwork left her languishing in jail for two weeks after her arrest. Bisignano, 52, who owns a salon in Beverly Hills, was incarcerated on January 20. Arrangements for her transfer were finalized after the Department of Justice reached out to California authorities on February 5.  Politico reported on Bisignano, who faces numerous charges including interfering with police during civil disorder, obstruction of an official proceeding, and aiding in the destruction of government property: In social media posts and in interviews with media outlets, Bisignano boasted of her role in the Jan. 6 storming of the Capitol. Authorities say she entered the building twice and can be seen close to someone who broke a window of the historic building during the mayhem. “This is 1776, and we the people will never give up. We will never let our country go to the globalists. George...
    A California man is facing jail time for hitting a police helicopter with his drone. Andrew Hernandez pleaded guilty yesterday to unsafe operation of an unmanned aircraft, a charge that carries up to one year in federal prison and a potential fine of up to $250,000. According to a plea agreement, Hernandez launched a small drone to see a crime scene near his Hollywood home in September. The drone flew into the path of a police helicopter that was responding to a burglary, hitting its fuselage and forcing an emergency landing. While the officers weren’t harmed, an affidavit said that this was a lucky outcome — Hernandez’s drone could have accidentally struck the aircraft’s rotor and brought it down. Hernandez was charged in November after police identified him via the drone’s memory card. He will be sentenced on April 12th. Flying a personal drone requires observing a patchwork of shifting rules about autonomous aircraft as well as following the bounds of good sense. And if Hernandez is imprisoned for reckless flying — which isn’t necessarily going to happen — he...
    Mossimo Giannulli is struggling in prison because he has been locked in solitary confinement and is only allowed out three times a week for a brief shower, DailyMail.com can reveal.  Fashion designer Giannulli, 57, has been placed in solitary due to an outbreak of Covid-19 at USP Lompoc, where he is serving a five-month sentence for his role in the college admissions scandal. He and wife Lori Loughlin, 56, were both handed jail terms in August after being convicted of fraud for paying William 'Rick' Singer $500,000 to get their daughters Olivia Jade and Isabella Rose into the University of Southern California.  Singer used false information to persuade admissions tutors that the pair were champion rowers which gained both places at the prestigious California college. Loughlin was released on December 28 after spending two months at FCI Dublin in Northern California, much of it on lockdown and without visitors. Now a family source has told DailyMail.com, 'He has spent the first month entirely alone, apart from when he's allowed out to take a shower. 'Even though he was told he would...
    The beauty influencer asked for 'good vibes' for 2021. Olivia Jade was in a celebratory mood days after her mom Lori Loughlin’s release from prison. The YouTube beauty influencer took to her Instagram story to share photos of and videos as she partied with friends on a deck overlooking a California beach. In the clip shared with her 1.2 million followers, Olivia, 21, wore a black minidress and chunky heels as she held a glass of wine and laughed while dancing. A couple of male pals could be seen dancing behind her. Olivia who recently debuted a banged, layered haircut, looked like a young version of her actress mother in the video clips. In the caption to the post, which can be viewed below, the former University of Southern California student shared a plea to keep the “good vibes” going in the New Year. View this post on Instagram A post shared by olivia jade (@oliviajade) Followers reacted to Olivia’s post with likes and comments. Some asked the makeup guru if she was celebrating her mom’s release from...
    Randy Rosen. (Courtesy of Orange County District Attorney’s Office)  The Beverly Hills doctor accused of building a luxurious life on the backs of desperate drug users — and contributing to some of their deaths — has been released from jail after he was diagnosed with COVID-19, despite the strident objections of prosecutors who’ve charged him with 88 felonies and fear he’s a flight risk. Randy Rosen ran Wellness Wave, a surgical center in Beverly Hills that allegedly paid addicts eager to make a buck to endure unnecessary surgeries, get unnecessary lab tests and receive unnecessary injections for inflated prices, according to Orange County prosecutors. His “elaborate fraud scheme” reaped some $29 million from insurance companies and employed “body brokers” to lure users for the sham procedures, according to court documents that paint a portrait of unrepentant greed and callous disregard for human suffering. At risk for complications In a Dec. 15 court filing, Rosen’s attorney argued that he’s at great risk for complications because of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, centripetal obesity (excessive marbled fat around the waist), coronary artery disease,...
    Raul Mata, 48, died just three weeks after he stabbed himself in the groin inside a jail in Watsonville, California A man accused of killing his teenage stepdaughter in Florida in 2004 has killed himself in a California jail, according to local authorities.  Raul Mata, 48, died just three weeks after he stabbed himself in the groin inside a jail in Watsonville, California. He had been awaiting extradition to Miami for allegedly murdering 16-year-old Dilcia Mejia inside a North Miami-Dade trailer home.   Mata is said to have used a portion of a pen to stab himself in the femoral artery, law enforcement sources explained to the Miami Herald.  The former nurse had been hospitalized since September 28, when he stabbed himself.  Dilcia's throat was slit in the bedroom of a Colonial Acres mobile home park early on September 17, 2004. Mata, who called police and claimed he found the body, had long been a chief suspect in the teen's death.   RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'Vote Trump or we will come after you!': FBI...
    A woman nicknamed 'Karen' who was twice caught on camera racially abusing Asian people in June will face jail time after accepting a guilty plea for a separate attack in which she allegedly pushed a woman to the ground.  Retired social worker Lena Hernandez, 54, from Long Beach, was filmed shouting 'go back to whatever Asian country you came from' in one incident. She was arrested July 3 and charged with battery after an earlier attack in which she allegedly hit Kayceelyn Salminao on the ground in Del Amo Mall in Torrance, California, in October.  Prosecutors will reportedly seek a sentence of 45 days in Los Angeles County Jail for the misdemeanor battery charge. Lena Hernandez, a retired social worker, was arrested on July 3 and charged with battery after she allegedly pushed a woman to the ground and hit her in Del Amo Mall in Torrance, California. Pictured: After the alleged attack in October RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Ex social worker, 54, filmed screaming racial slurs at... 'Go back to whatever Asian country you...
    Evangelical Pastor John MacArthur says some time behind bars does not scare him, after officials threatened him with incarceration for continuing to hold in-person services at his church in violation of COVID-19 restrictions. What are the details?MacArthur, who leads Grace Community Church in Los Angeles County, told Fox News on Tuesday, "We received a letter with a threat that we could be fined or I could go to jail for a maximum of six months. Of course, my Biblical hero apart from the Lord Jesus Christ is the apostle Paul, and when he went into a town, he didn't ask what the hotel was like, he asked what the jail was like because he knew that's where he was gonna spend his time." "So I don't mind being a little apostolic if they want to tuck me in jail," he continued. "I'm open for a jail ministry. I've done a lot of other ministries and haven't had the opportunity to do that one, so bring it on." John MacArthur not worried about threats of jail for holding church services:...
    A prominent evangelical church in Los Angeles is suing state and county officials in California after being threatened with fines and jail time for gathering together for indoor worship. Grace Community Church, which is pastored by prominent evangelical John MacArthur, made headlines last month when they resumed in-person assembly in defiance of Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s renewed lockdown order. MacArthur and the church retained the legal counsel of the Thomas More Society last week after receiving a cease and desist letter from Los Angeles County threatening $1,000 daily fines and imprisonment. In the complaint made public Thursday, lawyers for the church argue that state and county officials are violating six parts of the California State Constitution with their indefinite lockdown orders against houses of worship. They also contrast the treatment of churches with that of the protesters whose demonstrations roiled the state in the wake of George Floyd’s death. John MacArthur: “Welcome to our ‘peaceful protest’”: pic.twitter.com/knjNkwZ5x6 — Phil Johnson (@Phil_Johnson_) August 9, 2020 The complaint reads in part: [Americans] have witnessed how the onerous restrictions imposed on them by public officials...
    The 15-year-old boy who hid in a Sierra Nevada forest and got lost for 30 hours after a gunman shot and killed his father has spoken out on the harrowing ordeal. Jack Gershman was forced to take shelter in the Tahoe National Forest last Friday after a lone shooter opened fire on him and his father, Ari Gershman. The pair had been off-roading in their Jeep for the Fourth of July holiday weekend when they stopped on a remote road to ask the man for directions.  Ari, a doctor of internal medicine based in Danville, California, died at the scene, while Jack, who was unharmed, took off running into the wilderness. In an interview with CBS News on Thursday, the teenager recalled the moment the shooter, who has since been identified as 40-year-old John Thomas Conway, pulled out a 'pistol' and shot at them.  Jack Gershman (pictured with his mother Paige) spoke out for the first time on his ordeal in an interview with CBS News on Thursday The 15-year-old (pictured third from left, with his family) took shelter...
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