Police have charged three people in a plot to have two Virginia Beach police detectives and another person killed.
According to police, Ronald Mayfield Jr., an inmate at the Virginia Beach Correctional Center, is charged with trying to hire another man to carry out the killings and enlist his girlfriend in the plan.
Police believe the detectives and… Continue
Added by USDA2DAY Staff on July 14, 2008 at 4:51am —
TAMPA — The first time Jacqueline Wimbush got into a fight and lost a fingertip, doctors managed to save it.
Not this time.
Wimbush, who has a history of brawling, lost the tip of her left ring finger to another woman at a busy East Tampa meat market Monday, Tampa police say. "Right now it's gone, and there's nothing I can do," she fumed Wednesday.
The separation began Monday before noon when she entered the Aliana Meat… Continue
Added by USDA2DAY Staff on July 11, 2008 at 10:00am —
DE SOTO — Taking a toy from his half sister led to one of what police are calling many "torture" sessions for a 2-year-old who died Monday, allegedly at the hands of his father's girlfriend.
Brandy Jean Mabery, 23, was charged Tuesday with felony abuse of a child resulting in death and armed criminal action for striking a child with a stick in the death of Stacey Tolbert-Wyatt.
Paramedics found the toddler in cardiac arrest about… Continue
Added by USDA2DAY Staff on July 9, 2008 at 12:14pm —
CLAYTON — It was not the kind of paper you'd expect to find by a toilet.
A St. Louis County jail employee found bundles of cash stuffed behind a tissue dispenser in a prisoner booking area restroom, and officials counted out $55,000 in $50 and $100 bills.
Whose? They don't know. Why? There is only speculation. What happens to the money now? It's still under research.
Perhaps a criminal suspect, wary that discovery of such a… Continue
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Huntington, W.Va., police made an arrest Sunday in the killing of a former Deep Creek High School football star early Saturday.
Donte D. Newsome, 25, died of multiple gunshot wounds at St. Mary's Medical Center in Huntington after an altercation outside a nightclub in Huntington, W.Va.. Two other men were also shot outside the Fluid nightclub at 3 a.m., but both have since been released from the hospital.
One of those men, Jerel… Continue
Added by USDA2DAY Staff on July 7, 2008 at 2:00pm —
After celebrating her 35th birthday at a bar into early Friday, Sylvia Ware and some friends pulled up on the block where she lives to find more than 100 people partying in the street.The one-way block on N. 28th St. draws a crowd most nights, she said.
One of Ware's friends, Theresa "Two-Two" Raddle, 23, got out first and went to talk with another woman. That's when Ware heard the popping. At first she thought it was fireworks, an early Fourth… Continue
Added by USDA2DAY Staff on July 6, 2008 at 12:05pm —
A Tulsa man was arrested on a child abuse complaint after his son was found dead in their home Tuesday.
Police believe that Terry Lamar Green, 25, waited too long to call 911 for 4-year-old Keyshawn Markham, according to an arrest report.
Detectives are awaiting a ruling from the state Medical Examiner's Office on the cause of the boy's death, police said Wednesday.
EMSA medics responded about 11:20 a.m. Tuesday to a call… Continue
Added by USDA2DAY Staff on July 5, 2008 at 5:53am —
An Orleans Parish judge has set a $1 million bond to keep David Bonds in jail awaiting trial on attempted murder, two months after a jury acquitted the 19-year-old of murdering musician Dinerral Shavers.
Judge Julian Parker last week raised the magistrate court's original $750,000 bond to a cool million - which in Orleans is an enormous sum for a defendant facing a charge not involving a homicide. Bonds remained in jail as of Tuesday… Continue
Added by USDA2DAY Staff on July 2, 2008 at 12:08pm —
Actress-turned-video-vixen-turned-actress MEAGAN GOOD puts up with some funny stuff in the new Mike Myers flick. By Richard “Treats” Dryden Can you blame Hollywood for typecasting Meagan Good as the Love Interest? Her deep stare and beckoning curves left crater-sized impressions in films like Stomp the Yard and Waist Deep and 50 Cent’s memorable “21 Questions” video. Even in 2005’s Brick, when Meagan stretched her acting range to include indie noir,… Continue
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RealTalkNY hit up this year’s Funk Master Flex Car show in Edison New Jersey. People in attendance included Camron(oh… Continue
Added by USDA2DAY Staff on July 1, 2008 at 7:25am —
*The nomination isn't secure yet, but HBO's critically-acclaimed series "The Wire" is very close to nabbing one for outstanding drama series at the upcoming 60th annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
"The Wire" is among the top 10 finalists for nominations in the drama category, as revealed last week by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. The contenders were announced on the group's Web site Thursday in a move to thwart the type of Internet… Continue
Added by USDA2DAY Staff on June 30, 2008 at 10:41am —
OLATHE, Kan. – One man is charged with first degree murder and another two are charged in connection with the murder of an Olathe man.
District Attorney Phill Kline filed first degree murder charges against Alphonse James Jackson, 19, of Kansas City, Mo., in connection with the shooting death of Rodney Keith Butner, Jr., 21.
Butner was shot in… Continue
Added by USDA2DAY Staff on June 29, 2008 at 3:40am —
A Knox County Criminal Court judge on Wednesday ordered prosecutors in a fatal carjacking case to answer four "Ws": what, when, where and who.
In a straightforward case, Judge Richard Baumgartner's directive might pose little or no problem for prosecutors and might not even be a concern for the defense. But, as the judge noted at a hearing Wednesday, the carjacking-turned-torture-slaying of a young Knox County couple is anything but… Continue
Added by USDA2DAY Staff on June 28, 2008 at 8:37am —
Nino Abraham, 18, is charged in the fatal shooting of Isaac Saucedo in a funeral procession on the Southwest Side.
CHICAGO (STNG) ― An 18-year-old man was charged with murder early Friday for the fatal shooting of man shot while riding in a funeral procession Monday on the Southwest Side.
Charges were approved at 1:30 a.m. for Nino Abraham, of the 4500 block of South Hermitage Avenue, who was charged with murder in the fatal shooting… Continue
Added by USDA2DAY Staff on June 27, 2008 at 4:54pm —
The gunshot sounded like thunder at first, but it was enough to wake Juanita Wiggins early Thursday morning. When she looked out the window of her Sycamore Street rowhouse in South Camden, she saw someone lying on the ground.
The she heard it.
"Someone yelled my name, 'Nita, Nita.' I thought, 'Oh my god, it's Kevin,' " she said.
By the time Juanita Wiggins got outside, she saw someone running around the corner and her… Continue
Added by USDA2DAY Staff on June 27, 2008 at 2:25pm —
Authorities have arrested a man in connection with a shooting in Garyville on Thursday that left one man dead and another hospitalized.
St. John the Baptist sheriff's deputies on Thursday arrested Jermaine Joseph Weber, 20, of Garyville, charging him with one count of murder and one count of attempted murder, in connection with the afternoon shooting, officials said today. Weber is being held in the St. John parish jail. Authorities have not… Continue
Added by USDA2DAY Staff on June 27, 2008 at 1:18pm —
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Point guard Derrick Rose of the University of Memphis was taken by the Chicago Bulls with the first pick of the 2008 NBA Draft on Thursday, and the Miami Heat followed with all-around forward Michael Beasley of Kansas State.
Rose averaged 14.9 points per game and 4.7 assists in leading Memphis as a freshman to the finals of the NCAA Tournament and the 6 ft 3 ins (1.91-metre) Chicago native was thrilled to be joining his… Continue
Added by USDA2DAY Staff on June 27, 2008 at 1:30am —
Authorities on Thursday took the rare step of filing a capital murder charge against a 14-year-old girl, whose newborn son died after being submerged in a Baytown school toilet and having toilet paper stuffed down his throat.
The Harris County District Attorney's Office has not decided whether the girl should be certified to stand trial as an adult. If so, she could receive a life sentence without the possibility of release if convicted.
"This has been a… Continue
Added by USDA2DAY Staff on June 27, 2008 at 12:51am —