Comic Con can be a shock to the system for the uninitiated, but for one driver, the annual Zombie Walk that is traditionally held over Comic Con weekend, was a bit more than he could take.
The life of a 16-year-old girl in Cheshire, England turned into something straight out of a horror movie when, on July 3, when she received a text message that said: “I’m watching you.” Her creepy stalker only got creepier from there, telling her of how he was going to hang himself outside of her first-floor bedroom window.
Rachel Canning first grabbed headlines when she sued her parents for support and college tuition, claiming that her parents had kicked her out and insisted she pay for her own higher education.
Melissa Bowerman, the 43-year-old daughter-in-law of Nike co-founder Bill Bowerman, was arrested Monday at her home in Fossil, Oregon and charged with the sexual abuse of a 17-year-old male track athlete on the Madras high school team.
Two men hired to clean out a vacated house in Tampa Bay, Florida were shocked to realize what they’d thrown into the truck thinking was a mannequin was actually the mummified corpse of former tenant Jeremy Witsoth, who’d committed suicide.
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.
Earlier this week, we brought you the story of Debra Harrell, the single mother who was arrested for neglect for leaving her 9-year-old daughter to play in a nearby park while she went to work at McDonald’s.
Oscar Pistorius cannot seem to stay out of trouble. While the Olympian is free on bail awaiting the closing arguments and verdict in his murder trial, the athlete managed to allegedly be involved in a dustup at a Johannesburg nightclub over the weekend.
In perhaps an epic case of “do as I say, not as I do”, a judge in McCallan, Texas attempted to beg a police officer not to arrest her for a DWI after she failed a field sobriety test this weekend.
A South Carolina woman is in jail, charged with unlawful conduct toward a child. The charges stem from reports that the woman, Debra Harrell, left her 9-year-old daughter in Summerfield Park in North Augusta while she worked.