A sticky-fingered thief walked out of an Atlanta Victoria’s Secret with 200 pairs of panties women’s underwear. (Sorry, but we aren’t a big fan of the p-word.)
Before the ending credits roll on each episode of “Law And Order: SVU,” there’s a slide that reads: “The preceding story was fictional. No actual person or even was depicted.” Yeah, right.
The investigation continues into the death of a 4-year-old child who was found dead in the middle of a roadway in Tampa. Fl.
When Memphis police discovered 77-year-old Betty Cleveland inside her home severely neglected, her legs “burst open and rotting from the inside,” they could hardly believe anyone would leave an elderly woman in that condition.
It all began as a typical traffic stop for Patrolman Matt Beck of the North Olmstead Police Department, right up until the suspected drunk driver darted off from his car and into interstate traffic. Beck had no idea that what happened next would end up with his being hailed as a hero.
It’s a grisly addition to the list of other murders that happened all because people reached out to others on Craigslist. This time it was a couple from Michigan.
For nine months, the Crime Feed has tracked the bizarre story of missing 15-year-old Abigail Hernandez.
She is literally the oldest murder suspect in Massachusetts state history.
It’s a natural urge for ladies to show off a new outfit to her friends, but what if you stole that ensemble? Would you be so quick to share? Probably not—unless you’re Danielle Saxton.
Do you have your Kleenex at the ready? Good. Because this tale of an heroic dog named Ace will probably make your face leak.