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    A FATHER is arrested after the horrific injuries of a slain 11-month-old girl have been revealed. Christopher Francisquini was captured on Friday afternoon after spending two weeks on the run following the brutal death of his young daughter. 4Christopher Francisquini has been arrested two weeks after the brutal killing of his daughterCredit: Naugatuck Police Deparment 4Camilla was only 11 months old when cops say they found her in a 'state of dismemberment'Credit: Naugatuck Police Deparment According to police in Naugatuck, Connecticut, a concerned citizen made an anonymous tip that lead to Francisquini’s arrest. The citizen told police that they recognized the suspect after police shared photos on social media.  Francisquini was apprehended in Waterbury before being transferred to the Naugatuck Police Department. Newly released body camera footage from the Waterbury Police Department showed Francisquini wearing a black ski mask, sweatshirt, sweatpants, and gloves during his arrest. Read more crimeCONVICTED KILLER Bill Cumber's whereabouts revealed SWIPE LEFT I found my Tinder date on cops' Most Wanted list for a very disturbing crime Francisquini had been on the run after allegedly killing...
    An elderly Alabama woman was brought to tears after she was handcuffed, arrested and put in jail by two officers after she failed to pay a $77.80 trash bill - with her community labelling the act as 'shameful.' Martha Menefield, 82, was approached by the officers at her home on Sunday, the City of Valley police insisting that the elderly woman had been treated with respect. Menefield had initially thought that the arrest was a bad joke, thinking she had already paid the trash bill. 'You're not kidding?' she said, speaking to KTLA, before the officers, who remain nameless, slowly put the elderly woman into handcuffs. The Valley city community have slammed the police department for their 'shameful' behavior after arresting an 82-year-old woman for a $77.80 trash bill - but defiant cops insist she was 'treated respectfully' 'The cuffs, they were so heavy,' she said, her eyes welling with tears as she spoke of the ordeal. She said that one of the officers had told her not to cry while they made the arrest. 'How would you feel if they...
    The man arrested for tossing Green Book actor Frank Vallelonga Jr's body out of a stolen vehicle onto a Bronx street told police 'he didn't know the guy' and has been released from jail despite facing nine charges, the DailyMail.com can now reveal. Stephen Smith, 35, was arrested by police around 9:40am in front of Food Center Drive in the Bronx on Tuesday, a day after Vallelonga's body was discovered.  Though Smith was not charged in Vallelonga Jr's death he was riding a stolen vehicle - a gray 2021 Hyundai Elantra- with New Jersey license plates, when he dumped the actor's dead corpse along Oak Point Avenue in the Bronx at approximately 1:15am on Monday. Smith now faces charges stemming from grand larceny, petit larceny, criminal possession of stolen property, unauthorized use of a vehicle. His next court date at Bronx Criminal Court is January 11, 2023. He is currently on supervised release.  The criminal complaint obtained by DailyMail.com said Smith 'walked to the passenger's side of the vehicle and pulled a human corpse out of the passengers seat and...
    A WALMART shopper has claimed that one of the shop's employees left an important electronic device in his shopping bag, which he then took home.  The video was shared on TikTok by user Electroniccrafter, who captioned the clip with a joke about a potential arrest. 2The video was shared by a Walmart shopper, who claimed an employee accidentally slipped an important device on his shopping bag.Credit: TikTok/electroniccrafter 2The video showed a Zebra device, an expensive handheld computer that's used to improve productivity in different retail stores.Credit: TikTok/electroniccrafter “Went to Walmart. I think someone is getting fired or I’m getting arrested," he wrote. The video shows a guy talking to the camera and relaying his experience.  “Oh, guys. Something bad happened,” he said.  “I went to Walmart today to get my mom this cross because it’s almost Christmas time and I wanted to get that for her. READ MORE WALMARTHOLIDAY SEASON Walmart secret Christmas finds for your kids starting at three cents SHOP FIGHT I was accused of stealing at Walmart - but I caught 'staff's racism' on video “I...
    The mother of the 22-year-old man charged with murdering five people in a mass shooting at a Colorado gay club was arrested the day of the killings, it has been revealed. Laura Voepel, the mom of 22-year-old Club Q shooting suspect Anderson Lee Aldrich, was arrested outside her home in Colorado Springs early Sunday morning. She was cited for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest, a summons obtained by Denver NBC affiliate KUSA has revealed - hours after her child allegedly carried out the attack. According to the filing, officers had warned Voepel, 45, 'multiple times' during the encounter outside the domicile to 'stop yelling' - or face arrest. However, she did not comply, police wrote, and 'continued to make unreasonable noise directly next to multiple apartments.'  The incident transpired at about 3:30 am, and ultimately saw Voepel placed under arrest but not admitted to jail. Cops did not specify what Voepel had been yelling about. Laura Voepel (left), the mom of 22-year-old non binary shooting suspect Anderson Lee Aldrich (right), was arrested outside her home in Colorado Springs early Sunday morning Voepel, pictured her...
    SLOVENIAN referee Slavko Vincic has emerged from a very turbulent couple of years to be appointed for the Fifa World Cup in Qatar. One of the continent's showpiece fixtures seemed a world away in 2020, when he was arrested in Bosnia and accused of being part of a drugs and prostitution ring. 1Slavko Vincic is refereing the Europa League finalCredit: The Sun However, he was later released without charge and is now free to focus on football, where he is recognised as one of Europe's best referees. Who is Slavko Vincic? A native of Maribor, Vincic turned professional in 2007 making his debut in Slovenia’s top flight. Vincic was included in the Slovenian officiating team at Euro 2012 as an unused additional assistant. Read more in footballQATAR LATEST Calls for Foden to START for England vs Wales, Spain draw with GermanyREFERENCE POINT Who are the confirmed referees for the World Cup 2022? The experienced 41-year-old has been a Fifa accredited referee since 2010 and has regularly officiated in the Champions League and Europa League. Vincic took charge of Liverpool’s Champions...
    Tributes have poured in for a 12-year-old boy who died after allegedly being shot during a game of Russian Roulette in Mississippi. Markell Noah's body was found in an abandoned house in Audubon Place, Jackson on Friday night after he was initially reported missing. He was killed around 3am. Law enforcement officers subsequently arrested and charged two minors and one adult in connection to his murder on Friday. The juveniles were charged with murder, and the adult was charged with accessory after the fact of murder. Markell's body had been left in the abandoned suburban house, according to Jackson police Deputy Chief Deric Hearn, who spoke with WLBT. However, some members of Noah's family have since voiced their skepticism that the young boy died during a 'game.' Authorities are still probing the death. Markell Noah, 12, was found shot to death on Friday. His body was found in an abandoned suburban house in Jackson, Mississippi Three individuals have been arrested in relation to Markell's death. Two minors for murder and a 21-year-old for accessory to murder after the fact. The...
    A man who posed as an oil baron's son to hire 17 private jets, rent $30k a night luxury homes and obtain five cars was caught when he failed to pay $76k to a jet firm, cops arresting him while he tried to buy an Audi and Maserati. Nicholas Bryant, 23, stole an estimated $1.5million and scammed at least 50 people in the elaborate scheme that involved booking goods and services and then sending fake payments through online payment platforms. On November 9 Bryant pleaded guilty to one count of wire fraud and is now awaiting sentencing, where he faces up to 20 years in prison. In his first time speaking out about his swindling spree, Bryant told The Daily Beast via text messages and a phone call from Lubbock County Detention Center that the allegations against him 'are pretty much true.' 'I took private jets and stayed at the most expensive Airbnbs and hotels. Went deep sea fishing and toured everything that was possible,' he said noting that he had a lot of remorse over his actions. 'I bought...
    A SUSPECT has been arrested in connection to the case of a dog walker who was strangled to death in Australia in a major breakthrough. Toyah Cordingley, 24, was killed on Wangetti Beach in Queensland after her dog barked at the attacker police said. 5Toyah was killed after her dog barked at the attackerCredit: Nine 5Singh was arrested yesterday in IndiaCredit: AFP 5The woman's body was found buried in the sand at a beach The tragic incident happened in October 2018, near Cairns, when the pharmacy worker had driven to the beach for a walk with her dog. The woman's distraught dad discovered her body buried in the sand the next day, while her unharmed dog was tied up nearby. Rajwinder Singh,38, a nurse, has been identified by cops as the main suspect in the case and was arrested in India yesterday, 9News reported. Investigators believe he attacked the 24-year-old after her dog barked at him as they walked on the beach. READ MORE ON WORLD NEWSCLIFF PLUNGE Tourist plunges 130ft from cliff after trying to get the 'perfect photo'TENT HELL I...
    Libbie Mugrabi, the Hamptons socialite who was arrested and charged with attacking her housekeeper earlier this week, is speaking out and claiming she's the victim of domestic workers who were 'glamping' at her home. The 43-year-old, is the ex-wife of billionaire Andy Warhol art collector David Mugrabi, and was arrested at her Sag Harbor home and charged with 'menacing, criminal mischief and criminal possession of a weapon,' police told the New York Post.  However, she says that while she was away from her Long Island home, the workers had taken over the place.  She added: '[They] were not supposed to be living there. They weren't doing any work. They were glampin' in the Hamptons.'  Mugrabi added that the housekeeper in question attacked her and stole pairs of designer shoes.  Libbie Mugrabi, the Hamptons socialite who was arrested and charged with attacking her housekeeper earlier this week, is speaking out and claiming she's the victim of domestic workers who were 'glamping' at her home The 43-year-old, is the ex-wife of billionaire Andy Warhol art collector David Mugrabi, and was arrested at her...
    The son of Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt will avoid a criminal record or a charge after he was seen on video in an incident with local police after they'd found him intoxicated and with guns in his truck. John Andrew Stitt, who goes by Drew, was confronted by Deputy Katlin Long in Logan County on Halloween night after the guns were found in the parking lot of a local haunted house.  Stitt, 20, approached the officers and said: 'To be honest, my dad is the governor.' At one point, he admitted to the officers he'd been drinking after they asked if he'd been using marijuana. Long can be heard responding: 'I don't care,' to which Stitt replies: 'No, I know, I'd just like to clarify.' She then asks Stitt if he was the driver and he calls out 'a buddy' named Ashley as the driver. The deputy then asks him to get his phone and call his parents. The son of Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt will avoid a criminal record or a charge after he was seen on video in...
    RAPPER Blueface rose to fame in the late 2010s following the release of his hit song Respect My Cryppin. Since then, his career has continued to soar, but he ultimately found himself in handcuffs in November 2022, and now fans want to know why. 1Johnathan Jamall Porter goes by the stage name BluefaceCredit: Getty Why was Blueface arrested? On November 15, 2022, it was reported that Blueface was arrested outside Lo-Lo's Chicken & Waffles in Las Vegas. At the time, sources told TMZ that six to eight officers were in on the arrest and that they were parked in unmarked cars. He was reportedly arrested for felony attempted murder with the use of a deadly firearm or tear gas, according to legal documents obtained by TMZ. The rapper's charges were in connection with a shooting that took place on October 8 in Paradise, Nevada, according to the police. 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...
    A California mother-of-two was found dead after mysteriously vanishing last week, authorities confirmed Sunday. The body of Rachel Castillo, 25, was found in a remote location in Antelope Valley, just north of Los Angeles and northeast of her home in Simi Valley. Castillo was reported missing on Thursday after her sister Emily returned home to the apartment they shared and found it covered in blood. The mother had last been seen dropping off her children, five and two, at the house of her ex-husband and their father, 25-year-old Zarbab Ali.  Authorities said Ali was arrested Sunday and has been named as the primary suspect in the murder. On Saturday he had posted a plea on his Facebook for information about Rachel's disappearance.  Officials have released no further details in the ongoing case. Rachel worked at a non-profit providing social services and counseling for domestic abuse victims.  The body of Rachel Castillo, 25, was found in a remote location in Antelope Valley, just north of Los Angeles and northeast of her home in Simi Valley Rachel Castillo's ex-husband, 25-year-old Zarbab Ali, was...
    A man who was caught in possession of about 20,000 fentanyl pills in New York City was released back out onto the streets of The Big Apple the very same day. Manuel Pagan, 49, was arrested around 2 p.m. on Friday at 11th Avenue and West 30th Street in Manhattan's trendy Chelsea neighborhood, police said. He was busted with 'approximately 20,000 multi-colored M-30 fentanyl pills,' court records obtained by the New York Post revealed.  Pagen was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance and then released on his own recognizance, police sources told The Post. It comes just weeks after a passenger at Los Angeles International Airport was caught trying to smuggle 12,000 fentanyl pills through the airport in Whoppers, SweeTARTS, and Skittles wrappers.  Ahead of Halloween, authorities had warned that drug dealers have been disguising fentanyl in candy wrappers and manufacturing them in rainbow colors. Manuel Pagan, 49, was arrested in Manhattan's trendy Chelsea neighborhood on Friday with 'approximately 20,000 multi-colored M-30 fentanyl pills' on him and released the same day Pagan was arrested around 2 p.m. on Friday...
    Last month, a 10-year-old boy walked into the nurse’s office of his elementary school in Highland, New York, and asked for some Vaseline. He wanted to rub it onto his new tattoo — a crude rendering of his name in large block letters on the inside of his forearm. The nurse called police. The boy had gotten the tattoo with his mother’s permission from a neighbor, according to local authorities. While some states have no minimum age for receiving a tattoo if a parent allows it, New York state forbids anyone younger than 18 from getting tattooed with or without parental consent. Last month, both the tattoo artist, Austin Smith, 20, who was unlicensed, and the boy’s mother, Crystal Thomas, 33, were arrested, as pictures of the boy’s arm stirred outrage across local and international news sites and social media. Yet, as societal mores around tattooing shift — nearly half of all millennials have tattoos, compared with only 13% of the boomer generation, according to a 2015 survey by the Harris Poll — there is a wide spectrum of responses...
    The man arrested in connection with the wild police chase across Los Angeles and Orange counties this week had previously been arrested on suspicion of grand theft, drug possession and willful child cruelty, among other crimes, according to court records. The hourlong, high-speed pursuit, which began Wednesday afternoon, involved two stolen vehicles, ramming multiple cars, including two police cruisers, before ending in gunfire at a gas station in Hacienda Heights. Johnny Anchondo, 32, of Moreno Valley was arrested Wednesday and charged with violating his parole, pending other charges, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. Anchondo is being held at the sheriff’s Norwalk station without bail and on a parole hold. “This was obviously an incredibly dangerous pursuit involving a suspect who had zero regard for public safety, for the motorists on the street and the police officers involved,” said Capt. Jon Radus, a spokesperson for the police department in Fullerton, where the chase began. “I’m just grateful that nobody was seriously injured.” Anchondo had been charged 18 times by Riverside County prosecutors on drug possession, grand...
    The Montgomery County man arrested for threatening to bomb a SEPTA train told police he was in the middle of a mental health crisis when he made the call, NorthPennNow.com reports.  Roy Robson, 35, of Ambler is charged with three felonies in connection with the Monday, Nov. 7 bomb threat, the outlet wrote, citing a criminal complaint filed in county court.  As Daily Voice has previously reported, police in Lansdale Borough said an unknown man called 911 just after 3 p.m., claiming he had an explosive device on a northbound SEPTA train and that he "intended to blow the train up," the department said. Authorities responded to the West Main Street Transportation Center and evacuated a SEPTA R5 commuter train without incident, police said.  Officers arrested Robson at the Pennbrook Train Station about an hour later, after investigators recognized his voice in a recording of the phone call, NorthPennNow.com reported.  State court records show Robson was arrested in June and charged with evading an officer, a misdemeanor. That case remains open.  Investigators said Robson he wanted to go to the...
    POLICE apprehended a popular beauty YouTuber following accusations of assault.   Nikita Dragon, who has garnered a huge following on social media, was arrested on November, 7, 2022 in relation to the reported incident. 1Nikita Dragun made a name for herself in the YouTube beauty communityCredit: Instagram/ nikitadragun Why was Nikita Dragun arrested? Nikita Dragun was arrested in Miami for felony assault, according to the Miami-Dade Police Department. The 26-year-old influencer was allegedly causing a disturbance in the hotel, per the affidavit. She was "causing a disturbance and being extremely disorderly" and "walking around the pool area unclothed." When the police arrived at Nikita's hotel room, they were greeted with loud music. Read more on celebrityMAGICAL LOOK GMA's Sam Champion is trolled by co-host over quirky new lookROCK LEGEND Guitarist for Boomtown Rats Garry Roberts dies aged 72, band announces Once Nikita was told she may be kicked out from the hotel for disturbance, she closed the door and then opened a water bottle facing the police officers and hotel staff members, "causing the water to hit and spill on" them, per NBC News....
    NIKITA Dragun has been forced into an all-men jail in Florida after she was arrested for partying naked at a Miami pool party. The star was arrested this week and hit with a felony charge of battery on a police officer after the alleged disturbance at the outdoor bash. 5Transgender influencer Nikita Dragun was being held in a men's prison in FloridaCredit: The Mega Agency 5Her rep has expressed concern for the star after her arrestCredit: The Mega Agency Jack Ketsoyan, a rep for the transgender influencer, told TMZ that Nikita is being held in the men's unit at the local jail she's in despite identifying and presenting as female. He told the outlet: "The situation with Nikita, who is legally female, being placed in a men's unit of a Florida jail is extremely disturbing and dangerous." Jack went on: "This decision made by the Miami-Dade County Corrections Department directly violates their protocol, which mandates that transgender inmates are classified and housed based on safety needs and gender identity." Per TMZ, her rep was concerned about the...
    More On: celebrity arrests Nikita Dragun arrested, charged with felony battery on a police officer Aaron Carter was confronted by cops over suspected DUI days before death ‘Welcome to Plathville’ star Kim Plath arrested for DUI Andy Dick arrested for allegedly stealing power tools, remains in jail Nikita Dragun was placed in a male cell after she was arrested on Monday night — a decision that the transgender beauty influencer’s publicist finds abhorrent.  “The situation with Nikita, who is legally female, being placed in a men’s unit of a Florida jail is extremely disturbing and dangerous,” Jack Ketsoyan of Full Scope Public Relations tells Page Six in a statement.  “This decision made by the Miami-Dade County Corrections Department directly violates their protocol, which mandates that transgender inmates are classified and housed based on safety needs and gender identity.” The YouTuber — whose real name is Nikita Nguyen — “has been released and is now safe,” her rep revealed, also adding, “Thank you for respecting her privacy during this time.”...
    MILES BRIDGES is an NBA player well known for his exploits for the Charlotte Hornets. But on June 29, 2022, it was his off-court drama that made the headlines and now fans want to know more about his arrest. 2Miles Bridges was arrested in June 2022Credit: AP Why was Miles Bridges arrested? Bridges was arrested on Wednesday, June 29, 2022, after allegedly injuring a woman during a physical dispute. The basketball star, born on March 21, 1998, reportedly got into an argument the day prior with the woman that turned physical. Bridges turned himself in to the Los Angeles Police Department and was charged with felony domestic violence, according to TMZ. Read More from Miles'IT HURTS' NBA star Miles Bridges' wife shares graphic images of injuries after his arrestNBA ALL-STAR What to know about NBA player Miles Bridges Shortly after, his wife, Mychelle Johnson, shared graphic images of her reported injuries. Is Miles Bridges going to jail? After a months-long saga with the courts, Bridges' fate has finally been decided. On November 5, 2022, he plead no contest to...
    The mastermind of a $35m fraud who was caught fleeing to Mexico with a stash of gold bars once threatened a spa worker then told cops: 'I'm a billionaire... this is going to cost you.' Justin Costello, 42, launched the bizarre rant against officers who detained him for harassing staff at the luxury spa in Washington State in 2019 - several years before his arrest on fraud charges, it has emerged. Costello is currently in custody for allegedly tricking investors with false claims that he was a billionaire, a Harvard grad and an Iraq War vet. Details of his earlier brush with the law have surfaced along with a cringeworthy yearbook photo from 1999 with the quote: 'It's easy to be someone you're not, but hard to be yourself.' Costello, who is facing 25 counts of wire and securities fraud, was arrested at Salish Lodge & Spa in Snoqualmie, Washington, on September 15, 2019 after staff told police he was causing a drunken disturbance. Justin Costello tricked investors by claiming he was a Harvard graduate and Iraq War veteran. His cringeworthy...
    HOPE Solo is a former soccer goalkeeper who made a name for herself while competing on the United States women's national soccer team. New footage has been released of Solo being arrested during an alleged DWI incident in April 2022. 2Former goalkeeper Hope Solo was arrested in April 2022Credit: Getty Why was Hope Solo arrested? On March 31, 2022, reports revealed Hope Solo, 41, had been arrested while driving in North Carolina. According to TMZ, the arrest came after she was found asleep in a Walmart parking lot in a running car with her two children in the backseat. New video footage released by Queen City News reveals the moment police knocked on Solo's window and she responds: "Oh, my God." Police are seen asking her if she could open the car door and asking if they were okay, saying they received calls from people in the vicinity who were concerned. Read More on The US SunSPORTY LOVE Meet soccer star Hope Solo's husband Jerramy Stevens'VERY DIVISIVE' Soccer star Hope Solo said this about teammate Megan Rapinoe Solo told...
    A man defending Jersey City pizzeria employees from an abusive customer was hospitalized with a life-threatening stab wound to his abdomen, authorities said. The 25-year-old man got into an argument with 47-year-old Savark Dicupe at Stella’s on Grove Street over how Dicupe was treating employees around 1:20 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 1, city police said. The argument turned physical when Dicupe stabbed the victim with a pocket knife at the 24-hour pizzeria, authorities said. Dicupe was arrested and charged with aggravated assault and weapons offenses. JCPD officers arrested Savark Dicupe, 47, on scene. A pocket knife was recovered off his persons.
    The grandparents of murdered Liberty German have said that the 'reality is still setting in' after police arrest CVS worked five years after two teenager girls found brutally killed. Richard Allen, 50, has been charged with the slayings of Libby, 14, and Abigail Williams, 13, in Delphi, Indiana in 2017. Mike and Becky Patty have said they are relieved that there is a 'face and a name' for the 'bridge guy' following the surprise arrest. Indiana cops released Snapchat footage documented by the girls of a man following them closely on a bridge shortly before their deaths – who was dubbed 'Bridge Guy'. Libby and Abigail went for a walk together along the Delphi Historic Trail near the Monon High Bridge on February 13 but were reported missing when they failed to show up to meet their parents. Their bodies were found close to the bridge the day after they vanished, with several suspects being linked to the case over the years, but no arrests were made until last week. Authorities refused to give any details about the killings, and...
    When Muniz arrived at the designated location to meet "Josh," he instead encountered Medina, who informed Muniz that he had posed as "Josh" and began accusing Muniz of attempting to solicit a person he thought was underage. Medina filmed his entire interaction with Muniz and posted it to YouTube. At around the 13:12 mark, Medina can be seen showing cops what appeared to be his Grindr conversation with Muniz. Police then arrest Muniz around 14:57. Muniz has been charged with attempted sexual abuse, misconduct, and endangerment of minor. He has since been released from jail and is expected to appear in court on Dec. 2. Muniz, who is HIV positive, is a high-profile figure in the NYC trans and HIV activism scene. He is a member of the HIV Health and Human Services Planning Council of New York; a spokesperson for Amida Care, an HIV/AIDS nonprofit; a participant with the "HIV Stops With Me" campaign; the chief operations officer for the New York Transgender Bodybuilding Federation; a trauma informed care specialist at Damian Family Care Center, a health...
    A man arrested under suspicion of carrying out the Delphi murders that saw two teen girls slain in 2017 has at long last been pictured - roughly a day after he was arrested in connection with the gruesome killings. The suspect, 50-year-old Richard Allen, was booked in Indiana around midnight Friday - though it remains unclear what exactly he has been charged with.  Local outlet FOX59 has since obtained a state-issued photo of the potential perpetrator, who has evaded law enforcement for the better part of six years.  The image shows a bearded, pale-face Allen peering straight ahead with a blank gaze and a shaved head - bearing some likeness to a 2017 sketch of the supposed killer released by police, which also showed a bearded, seemingly middle-aged man. The suspect, 50-year-old Richard Allen, was booked in Indiana around midnight Friday - though it remains unclear what exactly he has been charged with. Two sketches of the suspect in the Delphi murders. The state-issued photo bears some likeness to the 2017 sketch of the supposed killer released by police (at right), which also...
    A Las Vegas woman who weeks ago accused cops of arresting her for being too 'good looking' has now been accused of murdering her mother. Police began looking for Hend Bustami, 28, after the body of her 62-year-old mother was discovered in a Las Vegas home early Wednesday morning. Bustami was detained hours later at about 5am in Barstow, California. The motive remains unclear. She made headlines in September after she was arrested at the Harry Reid Airport after trying to skip out on a tab at a Chili's restaurant. Bustami was reportedly belligerently drunk, and cops said as she was being detained she claimed 'she was being harassed because cops [had] never seen anyone as pretty as her.' The police report continued, stating Bustami said 'that she was going to spit on all [the officers] and that officers were perverts and were trying to rape her because they [had] never seen anyone as good looking.' Police said Hend Bustami, 28, murdered her 62-year-old mother sometime on Wednesday morning 
    A second suspect has been arrested for the brutal beating of a campaign volunteer in Hialeah Florida after it was revealed the victim is a 'former' neo-Nazi. According to an arrest affidavit obtained by Fox News Digital Johnathan Alexander Casanova, 27, allegedly joined Javier Lopez, 25, in attacking a canvasser for Florida GOP Senator Marco Rubio on Sunday night.  'After tirelessly working to bring justice to the victim, Hialeah Police Detectives have arrested and charged Jonathan Alexander Casanova for the attack which occurred on Sunday, October 23, 2022,' Sergeant Jose Torres said in a statement to Fox News Digital. The victim was not identified by officials, but Hialeah Mayor Esteban Bovo later identified him to CBS News as 27-year-old Christopher Monzon. Monzon has a prominent history of violence and racist comments most notably spotted at the 2017 'Unite the Right' rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, where white nationalists held a torchlight procession through the streets, resulting in the death of a counter-protester. Back in 2017, the then-22-year-old was also arrested at a protest in Hollywood ahead of a city commission meeting over whether to...
    A Spanish soccer fan trekking from Madrid to Doha, Qatar, for the World Cup has been arrested in Iran after visiting the grave of Mahsa Amini, according to two reports that surfaced on Tuesday. Santiago Sanchez's family went public earlier in the day with a plea for information on his whereabouts after silence upon entering Iran. The 41-year-old is an experienced trekker, former paratrooper and fervent soccer fan. His family last heard from him in an audio message on October 2. Now, a report from Hengaw - a human rights organization - and another from Iran International say that Sanchez has been arrested after visiting Amini's grave. Hengaw says: 'Sánchez, a 41-year-old tourist from Spain, was kidnapped by Iranian security forces after visiting the grave of Zhina (Mahsa) Amini in Saqqez. 'Hengaw’s sources, whose identity remains protected for security reasons, stated that Santiago Sánchez is being held in the detention center of Iranian Intelligence in Sanandaj.' Amini, 22, died on September 16, three days after being taken into custody by Iran's notorious morality police for supposedly not wearing her hijab correctly while she...
    A TEENAGER allegedly murdered by her ex-boyfriend posted a haunting final photo just hours before her death. The body of 18-year-old Emily Nicole Thompson was found dumped in Nambour bushland in Queensland Australia at 3am on Sunday morning. 2Emily Nicole Thompson shared a haunting final selfie just hours before her murderCredit: Facebook Cops believe her ex Aaron Daniel Mitchelson Huckel, 19, was responsible for her murder. She had arranged to meet Huckel at a Brisbane carpark at 4.30pm on Saturday after the pair had split, according to News.au. But when the teen failed to return home, her distressed family alerted Queensland Police. The suspect was arrested at a service station in Nambour, some 50 miles from where he reportedly met with Emily. READ MORE ON WORLD NEWS'DEEPLY TRAGIC' Brit, 30, raped and murdered by warped Uber driver while working abroadMURDER BOMBSHELL Update in unsolved murder of backpacker suffocated & dumped under leaves Her body was discovered just hours later under a mile away from the service station. Police charged Huckel with murder and misconduct with a corpse after allegedly moving...
    A MUM was arrested after allegedly letting her 10-year-old son get a massive tattoo of his name in block letters across his forearm. Crystal Thomas, 33, was detained earlier this month for endangering the welfare of a child. 2Crystal Thomas, 33, was detained for endangering the welfare of a childCredit: Facebook 2The tattoo, not pictured, is eight inches long and says the boy's name in block lettersCredit: Getty The boy was staying in a motel with his mum and older sibling when he learned that a man in neighbouring room could give him a tattoo. Police said Thomas allowed the youngster to go next door and get the tattoo - and didn't supervise him. Officials found out about the inking when the boy allegedly went to the nurse’s office at his school to get Vaseline rubbed on the tattoo. The concerned school nurse told her bosses about the discovery and the police were called. The tattoo is reportedly eight inches long and says the boy's name in block letters. Lloyd Police Chief James Janso told Hudson Valley One the...
    THOUSANDS of people who donated to Steve Bannon's We Build The Wall fundraising efforts say they were swindled, according to prosecutors. Bannon, a former adviser to Donald Trump, was arrested along with three others in relation to the allegations of fraud made on behalf of the individuals who gave donations. 2Donald Trump appointed Bannon as chief executive of his presidential campaign in 2016Credit: AFP - Getty When was Steve Bannon arrested? On August 20, 2020, former political advisor to Trump, Steve Bannon, was arrested. The Attorney’s Office – Southern District of New York confirmed that Bannon was arrested that Thursday morning for defrauding donors in a border wall scheme. Police officials apprehended him along with Brian Kolfage, Andred Badolato, and Timothy Shea, who were also charged in connection with the fraud claims. Read More from SteveBANNON IS BUSTED The truth revealed about Trump associate Steve Bannon & his indictmentCAUGHT What is the ‘We Build the Wall’ GoFundMe campaign and how is Steven Bannon involved? What was Steve Bannon charged with? Bannon and the four aforementioned individuals were indicted for illegally funneling...
    An 80-year-old Georgia man has been arrested after illegally parking a white van with three guns inside on Capitol Grounds. Tony Payne, of Tunnel Hill was charged with unlawful activities for bringing two handguns and a shotgun near Capitol Hill — where weapons are forbidden. Documents obtained by DailyMail.com show he has a fishing and hunting license. Payne, another man and a woman — who were not named — allegedly told U.S. Capitol Police they were there to drop off documents at the Supreme Court. The two other passengers with Payne were not arrested. It remains unclear if Payne has an attorney who can speak on his behalf. Capitol Hill police said they first noticed a white van parked illegally near the Capitol at around 3.45pm Wednesday Officers with the Hazardous Incident Response Division searched the van and found the two handguns and a shotgun inside The Library of Congress had to be evacuated during the search, and officials closed off several roads near Capitol Hill RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Quinton Simon's mother, 22, was slamming...
    A Massachusetts woman was arrested and charged with assault after she allegedly set a swarm of bees on sheriff's deputies attempting to carry out an eviction order.  The incident happened in Longmeadow, Massachusetts on Wednesday, October 12, when Rorie Susan Woods, 55, pulled up to the scene of 49 Memery Lane in her blue Nissan Xterra.  According to an official with the Hampden County Sheriff's Department, the woman drove up around 9.15am and immediately went to the trailer being pulled by her car.  Woods left her dog in the car while she attempted to open the container holding the bees.  Rorie Susan Woods, 55, put on a beekeeper's suit after unleashing the insects on sheriff's deputies and bystanders near her friend's home Woods, 55, has been charged with assault and battery using a dangerous weapon While the woman was attempting to release the swarm, a deputy tried to stop her, according to officials with the HCSD.  The bees, which had begun getting out, started circling the area however, causing the deputy to retreat.  After repeated attempts to lift the lid, Woods decided...
    Court papers say that the Texas teenager accused of killing his mother and placing her body in the trunk of a car had brutally attacked her inside their home, knocking out her teeth during the attack.  Documents show that Manfred Roenz, the father of 17-year-old Tyler Roenz and husband to Michelle Roenz, 49, came home on Thursday, October 13, to a bloody scene.  Manfred told investigators that he came back to his residence in the 14700 block of Birch Arbor Court in Humble, Texas, around noon and entered the house through the garage. Inside the garage, the father and husband said that he found a human tooth and blood, signs of a violent attack that wouldn't be the first for the teen.  Earlier this year, Tyler was arrested and charged with sexual assault of a teenage girl in a high school parking lot.  Tyler Roenz, 17, of Humble, was found in Aurora, Nebraska - almost 850 miles away - on Friday after leading police on a pursuit. Tyler's mother's body was found in the trunk of his car Michelle Roenz's...
    The suspected Stockton serial killer has formally been charged with three murders three days after he was arrested while allegedly hunting for a victim.  Wesley Brownlee, 43, was charged with three counts of murder, one count of felony firearm possession and one count for possession of ammunition on Tuesday, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.  He now faces charges for the murders of Jonathan Rodriguez, 21, Juan Carlos Carranza-Cruz, 52 and Lawrence Lopez, 54. The three men were the final victims in a killing spree that killed five over the summer. In total, Wesley is suspected of committing at least six murders in an 18-month period. Brownlee was arrested at around 2am on Saturday by police after investigators received several tips about the person behind the attacks.  Officers watched him drive to parks and dark places, stopping and looking around before driving on – with police saying he was 'hunting' for new victims. Police stopped him in a car in the Central Valley city, where five of the six shootings took place, and is scheduled to be arraigned on Tuesday afternoon. Authorities...
    New body-camera footage has shed light on just how ridiculous Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ recent crackdown on voter fraud truly was, with the involved “suspects” clearly confused and even their arresting officers apologetic. The crackdown, announced on Aug. 18 with much fanfare, involved the state’s newly formed Election Crimes and Security Office which has cost $1.2 million and so far arrested a whopping 20 people in a state of 21 million. “They’re going to pay the price for it,” DeSantis said at the time. Ever since, however, those arrests have turned out to be little more than a farce, with many cases involving voters who not only had no idea they couldn’t vote but were issued voter ID cards by the state. The body-cam footage, published by the Tampa Bay Times on Tuesday, showed that at least three of the suspects arrested in connection to the announcement had no clue they’d committed a crime. “What is wrong with this state, man?” said Tony Patterson as cops escorted him to a police cruiser. “Voter fraud? Y’all said anybody with a...
    SUPERFLY actor Kaalan Walker has been sentenced to 50 years to life in jail after being convicted of several rape offenses. The 27-year-old has also been told to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life. 1Kaalan Walker has been sentenced to 50 years to life in jail after being convicted of several rape offensesCredit: Getty It comes months after he was convicted of three counts of forcible rape, two counts of statutory rape, and two counts of rape by intoxication, according to the Los Angeles Times. His alleged victims claimed that Walker had contacted them via social media offering to help them. Walker, who appeared in the 2017 movie Kings, was arrested in 2018. Most read in Celebrity'I'M SORRY' GMA's Sam Champion issues apology to fans after bizarre behavior'DROWNING IN SORROW' Singer's pregnant wife breaks silence after his tragic death at 41GRIEVING WIDOW Everything to know about Mikaben's wife VanessaLEGEND LOST Stuntman Ted White who worked with John Wayne and Clark Gable dies at 96 TopicsCrimeYOU MIGHT LIKERECOMMENDED FOR YOUMORE FOR YOUMore from The SunSAD TWIST...
    A New York man was arrested after setting fire to a restaurant that had reportedly gotten his order wrong.  49-year-old Choephel Norbu set fire to the Ittadi Garden and Grill in the early morning hours of Sunday, October 2.  Video released by the Fire Department of New York shows a man, allegedly Norbu, waiting outside the restaurant in the darkness.  The man is dressed in all black and holds a plastic bag with unknown contents. Several seconds in, he bends over to grab a bucket right next to him.  The accused, Choephel Norbu, can be seen on CCTV footage outside of the Queens restaurant, after tossing the flammable liquid at the restaurant  Norbu, allegedly intoxicated, bends over to spark a flame from a lighter or a match that he had pulled out of his pocket Covering the flame from the wind, the man, set the liquid and the ground ablaze The flame catches immediately and even throws the man back in a large explosion, likely caused by the liquid he poured being highly flammable  Court records obtained by the New York...
    On Saturday, Stockton police arrested 43-year-old Wesley Brownlee for allegedly shooting to death six people in Stockton and Oakland, crimes that authorities have described as randomly targeted serial killings that were motivated simply by Brownlee’s “mission to kill.” Brownlee, a Bay Area native and Stockton resident, was taken into custody early Saturday morning while driving around Stockton in what police called a “hunt” for a eighth victim. He has not yet been charged, but police have publicly linked him to seven shootings, including five homicides this year in Stockton, one in Oakland, and an April 2021 shooting in Stockton where the victim survived. Here’s what we know about Brownlee so far: Brownlee was born in San Francisco but grew up in an apartment on Seminary Avenue in Oakland — just six blocks from where the April 2021 Oakland victim was gunned down — until after his 18th birthday, when his mother moved to Stockton. His parents lived together on and off for 16 years, but split up when Brownlee was in his early teens, according to court records. In October...
    AUTHORITIES have revealed new details linked to the Stockton serial killer case after the suspect's chilling behavior suggested he was "prepared to kill." Police arrested 43-year-old Wesley Brownlee on Saturday night in connection with the death of six people in the Stockton and Oakland areas dating back to 2021. 7Wesley Brownlee, 43, was arrested in connection to the series of Stockton shootings on SaturdayCredit: Stockton PD 7Stockton Police Chief Stanley McFadden suggested the suspect was 'prepared to kill' when he was apprehended by policeCredit: AP 7Authorities revealed the first picture of the suspect on October 1Credit: AP At the time police believe he may have been "out hunting" and on a "mission to kill." "We are sure we stopped another killing," Stockton Police Chief Stanley McFadden said a press briefing yesterday afternoon, "This crime was solved because we're Stocktonians," San Joaquin County District Attorney Tori Verber Salazar added. Officials confirmed Brownlee was taken into custody early Saturday morning. More on the Stockton caseDISTURBING DEATHS Cops link 2 more victims to Stockton ‘serial killer’ taking toll to 7KILLER...
    McFadden said Brownlee was arrested after police watched him engage in suspicious activity, such as visiting parks and dark areas, as well as stopping and looking around before driving. Investigators say video and ballistics evidence of the handgun that was in Brownlee's possession link him to the crimes. Brownlee is suspected to be the man behind a series of shootings that killed six men and injured a homeless woman in Northern California between April 10, 2021, and Sept. 27, 2022. The Associated Press reported that Brownlee's victims are Juan Vasquez Serrano, 39, who was killed in Oakland on April 10, 2021; Natasha LaTour, 46, who was shot in Stockton on April 16, 2021, but survived; Paul Yaw, 35, who died on July 8; Salvador Debudey Jr., 43, who died on Aug. 11; Jonathan Hernandez Rodriguez, 21, who died on Aug. 30; Juan Cruz, 52, who died on Sept. 21; and Lawrence Lopez Sr., 54, who died on Sept. 27. The shootings by the suspected serial killer put Oakland and Stockton residents on edge for months. Police said that...
    US warships have been bombarded by suspected Chinese espionage via drones over the past five years, according to newly released Navy records.  Following a Freedom of Information Act request from The War Zone, the unsealed documents show US fleets were plagued by unidentified drones that appeared to be documenting America's forces in the Pacific.  Among the incidents included a drone landing on a US ship in Hong Kong, the arrest of a Chinese national flying a drone in Pearl Harbor, and another set of drones snooping around a nuclear stockpile.  In all, there were about 35 reports of incidents stretching back to 2017, with the Navy withholding information on 116 more reports because they contained classified information.  The WarZone, which has long documented such incidents, warned that the reports 'underscore that drone encounters have become commonplace and that some of them may in fact be efforts by adversaries or potential adversaries to spy on, surveil, or otherwise harass American forces at home and abroad.'     The US Navy documented 35 reports of drones suspected of surveilling America's Pacific fleet between...
    Police bodycam footage captured the moment the Florida driver of a white pickup truck was arrested and placed into handcuffs having stolen the vehicle with two children aged four and eight, still seated inside. Deputy Jonathan Pazmino Alvarez of the Hillsborough County Sheriff was flagged down at around 6:45pm on Monday by the truck's actual driver and children's father. Police sprang into action and pursued the vehicle.  Within a few minutes, the suspect, Kevin Smith, was pulled over by police who conducted a traffic stop. 
    CNN host Michael Smerconish spoke with former cable news executives Phil Griffin, who ran MSNBC from 2008 to 2021, and Jeff Zucker, who ran CNN from 2013 to 2022, for an in-depth conversation on the state of media today and its impact on political polarization. The conversation took place at the Un-Convention, held last week in Philadelphia, billed as “an exploration of political reforms to improve our election systems and policy ideas to govern a divided country.” At one point during the fascinating conversation, Smercornish grilled both Griffin and Zucker about their network’s limited coverage of the Hunter Biden laptop ahead of the 2020 election – a topic now used by the right to declare the media both un-trustworthy and in the pocket of the Democrats. “I think that the Hunter laptop was worthy of more airing than it received right before the election,” Smerconish began, setting up his question. “Either of you agrees with me on that? Do you regret? How about if I ask you this way, specifically, do you regret not dealing with it before the election?”...
    President Joe Biden was in full flow, celebrating the nation's national parks during a visit to Colorado and paying tribute to the bravery of American servicemen and women. And then the 79-year-old delivered the line that would overshadow his visit to Camp Hale, a World War II military installation that was used to train the U.S. Army’s 10th Mountain Division. 'I say this is a father of a man who won the bronze star the conspicuous service medal and lost his life in Iraq,' he said. In fact his son Beau Biden served in Iraq but died six years later from a brain tumor, which his family believes was the result of exposure to toxic fumes from burn pits in the country. It was ammunition for his rightwing critics, who accused him of lying about his son Beau, while supporters were quick to flag the cancer link. Either way, the story was nothing new for a public figure known as gaffe-prone, and whose record is littered with examples of exaggerated yarns deployed to build a  folksy political identity.  The gaffes...
    Authorities then spoke with Duque, who said his company came to Florida to help repair homes damaged by Hurricane Ian. "Duque advised that he read the Governor’s State of Emergency order regarding contractors, and that he understood it to mean that contractors from out of state were permitted to work in Florida," the sheriff's office said. "He went on to say that an employee had made contact with the DBPR and that the representative had given him permission to conduct business in Florida, though he could not provide the name of the representative." But the investigator told Duque he was mistaken. DeSantis' executive order only applied to contractors already licensed in Florida. He was arrested for performing work illegally and transported to the Charlotte County Jail without issue, the sheriff's office said. If convicted on a felony charge, Duque could face up to five years in prison. If charged with a misdemeanor, he could still be imprisoned for up to one year. Though there is documented evidence that Duque Roofing conducts legitimate business in Texas and...
    CHILLING footage has captured the moment a suspect was arrested after a woman was allegedly raped and tortured in his basement. Timothy Haslett Jr, 39, has been accused of holding a woman, 22, captive for weeks in his home in Excelsior Springs, Missouri. 2Timothy Haslett has been accused of raping and torturing a woman in his basementCredit: Clay County Sheriff's Office 2Cops have combed his home in Excelsior County, Missouri for cluesCredit: KMBC 9 She managed to escape on October 7 when he took his kid to school. The woman had allegedly been raped repeatedly and cops found her wearing a metal collar and duct tape around her mouth when they rushed to the scene, KCTV reported. The video, which was filmed by neighbor Everardo Miranda, captured the moment the suspect was arrested by police. Miranda thought Haslett was being arrested for an animal control-related incident. He claimed that Haslett’s dog tried to lunge at his fiancée. Cops arrested Haslett when he arrived back at his home. Miranda was left stunned when he learned that Haslett had been accused of...