A well-known surgeon from Newport Beach and his girlfriend are accused of drugging and sexually assaulting two women, and Southern California authorities said they believe there could be many more victims. Grant William Robicheaux, 38, and Cerissa Laura Riley, 31, are charged with rape by use of drugs, oral copulation by anesthesia or controlled substance, assault with intent to commit sexual offense, and possession of a controlled substance for sale. Robicheaux is also accused of firearms violations.


Inside Edition got a tip from a viewer about one particular towing operation patrolling a McDonald’s parking lot in Brooklyn, New York. The tipster said he repeatedly saw cars getting hauled away within minutes of drivers leaving their vehicle to run a quick errand. So Inside Edition left cars as bait in the McDonald’s parking lot and set up cameras to see what happened.


A Colorado couple has pleaded guilty to animal cruelty charges after they had sex with their dog in a backyard motorhome that they converted into a sex chamber.

Frederick Blue Manzanares, 51, and his ex-girlfriend Janette Eileen Solano, 49, were arrested in March and charged with four counts of cruelty to.

Manzanares pleaded guilty to two counts of animal cruelty after admitting to having sex with their dog Bubba.

He will be sentenced in October and faces up to 18 months in jail on each count, the Daily Mail reports.

Solano pleaded guilty to one count of animal cruelty. She negotiated a deferred judgement and sentence.

A judge will decide whether to accept her plea deal next week, according to the Denver Post.

As part of the plea agreement, Manzanares and Solano have forfeited custody of Bubba.

Bubba, a male Akita mix, is currently living at the Aurora Animal Shelter and will need to undergo a behavior assessment.

Officials will then decide what will be the next best place to take him, according to the Arapahoe County District Attorney’s Office.

Police began investigating in March 2017 after Solano reported a domestic violence incident involving Manzanares.

She later told an officer that they only had an argument, but that she was leaving Manzanares because he pressured her into having sex with their dog.

Solano claimed that she first discovered pictures of bestiality on the couple’s shared laptop and confronted Manzanares about them, according to the Denver Post.

She said he told her to have an open mind and then began introducing her to bestiality videos, forums, and literature.

The couple then began having sex with Bubba, which Solano said occurred inside a motorhome that Manzanares outfitted with a customized red padded bench to make it easier to copulate with the dog.

Manzanares used dog hormone spray to arouse Bubba and would take pictures and videos while they had sex with him.

Footage of the couple having sex with Bubba was later discovered by police.

Solano said she started to become ‘somewhat jealous’ of her boyfriend’s relationship with their dog and that it would often lead to arguments.

When the couple was first arrested, authorities could not locate Bubba. Manzanares then forfeited his rights to the pet and officers were able to recover the poor pup.

Bestiality only became illegal in Colorado in 2007.


Largo, FL – Police are looking for a couple they say kidnapped and tried to kill a man in a drug-related crime.

They answered a call in the 200 block of 3rd Street NW around 11 Wednesday morning. They found Timothy Nichols, 28, shot in the head after two men and a woman wrapped his feet and hands in duct-tape and forced him into the back of a U-Haul truck. Nichols freed himself and police say 24 year old Rhionna Anderson fired that shot as he tried to get away. Nichols is hospitalized and expected to recover.

One of those men is in custody, but police are still looking for Derrick Heckman, 30, as well as Anderson. Police say they took off in the U-Haul and ditched it at Largo Mall.

Anderson and Heckman are considered armed and dangerous. They’re pictured in this article.


Brazil’s top presidential candidate stabbed in street…
Arrives at the hospital ‘almost dead’…
Wounds reach the liver, lung, intestines…

A front-runner in Brazil’s presidential election, Jair Bolsonaro, has been stabbed during a campaign rally. The far-right politician was attacked in the midst of a crowd in the south-eastern state of Minas Gerais. He underwent surgery for injuries to his intestines and is expected to recover, hospital officials said. The controversial politician, who has outraged many in Brazil with racist and homophobic comments, has performed strongly in recent polls. Polls suggest he would get the most votes in next month’s presidential elections if former President Lula da Silva fails in his attempt to overturn a ban on him standing


Newnan, GA – Newnan Police charged Tristen Shayne Formby with child cruelty and marijuana possession.

Officers said she left her little boy alone in the parking lot of the Jackson’s Landing Apartments in Newnan while she went inside and used drugs. Newnan Police said they were called to the parking lot by a resident who believed the child had been the car for 45 minutes. The engine was running, but police said the air conditioner was turned off.

In police body cam video, officers told Formby they can tell by her smartphone left in her car with her toddler about how long she had left her son alone. It was more than 40 minutes.

Newnan Police said they said Formby admitted to being inside an apartment at Newnan Estates smoking marijuana with friends. When asked how much. Police said she allegedly said “a lot.” A second video shows her handing over suspected marijuana.

Formby’s son is 2 years old. Police said the child was sweating and hot to the touch. Officers gave the child water. The toddler allegedly told the officer’s ”mama went bye-bye.”

In the video, Formby told officers she didn’t the take the child inside because he had just fallen asleep.


A mother of five was killed in a car crash after her boyfriend slashed her brake lines to fashion a crack pipe, Pennsylvania authorities said. Tammy Fox, 38, died after she slammed her car into a tree in her hometown of Scranton, according to the state police.

John Jenkins, 39, cut the black Hyundai Sonata’s brake lines in an attempt to obtain a metal pipe that could be used to smoke crack cocaine. Jenkins told investigators he cut the lines the night before, while he and Fox were at home, to make a crack pipe. He has been charged in her killing and is being held without bail at the Lackawanna County Correctional Facility without bail.


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A Florida couple was arrested last week after they were caught allegedly selling drugs out of a drive-thru window they constructed out of the side of their mobile home. William Parrish Jr. and McKenzee Dobbs of Ocala, Florida, were arrested on August 23 after investigators raided their mobile home following reports of four drug overdoses in the area. Ocala Police said the couple had turned a kitchen window into a drive-thru so customers would not have to constantly enter and exit their home, potentially drawing unwanted attention, WFTV reported. The house had signs directing people where to drive and indicated whether it was open or closed.


ON AUG.25 AT 5:37 PM PST a person carrying a VAPE PEN in his pocket walked into THE HDTV OUTLET IN ANAHEIM, CA. to purchase a tv….. little did he know he was in for a shocking surprise. The vape pen in his pocket BLEW up!!!!! The explosion destroyed his pants and burned his legs with what looked like 3rd-degree burns.

I decided to share this video and the 1st & 2nd part of it because I smoked almost a pack of cigarettes a day for more than 10 years. On January 1st of this year, I quit. I am always encouraging people to quit and tell my story of how I quit whenever anyone asks.

The 1st video shows the person in our back storage room. Sadly he got burned pretty bad and ran towards the showroom. He is a long time return customer of ours and even after what had just happened…….. he still purchased a 65″ Samsung tv from us that day. Shaken up. Of course.

The message I want to send out is …… Smoking kills! Even vape e-cigs are dangerous too!


Nicholas D’Agostino did it because he allegedly hates women, particularly female drivers, a Harris County prosecutor told a judge. He rants and rambles about female motorists and how incompetent they are, and how their sole purpose in life is to give birth to male children. D’Agostino was arrested July 20 after Harris County Sheriff’s Office deputies spent months trying to track down the gunman who shot a driver in March


BOONE COUNTY – A woman accused of sex trafficking her teenage daughter has been arrested in Columbia, along with her boyfriend, also a suspect.

The mother, 49-year-old Renee Collins, faces charges including sexual trafficking of a child and endangering the welfare of a child creating a substantial risk. Her bond was set at $200,000.

William Thomas Jr., Collins’ boyfriend, is charged with rape. Neither were in custody as of Wednesday morning.

The investigation began last year after the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children got a tip about possible trafficking. That tip said the girl was “being left in hotel rooms with strange men.”

According to court documents, a witness at the hotel told police the child – who has cerebral palsy, autism, and deafness – had been left with strangers for long periods of time. The witness said the teenager also has a “diminished mental capacity” of a two or three year old. They also told police they believed the teenager had been drugged once by Collins and Thomas.

Police said they learned about one instance, in which two men reportedly offered Collins cocaine in exchange for sex with the girl.

Police said they took the girl into protective custody. During the investigation, police said, investigators said the corroborated claims they had been raped by men after they offered Collins cocaine; in at least one case, the “bad men” put a needle in the girl’s arm as well, court documents said.

The probable cause statement said, at one point, the child referred to Thomas as one of the “bad men,” and described sexual contact with the suspect. The teenager also said Collins would loan them to men at hotels in exchange for money and “medicine.” After sex, the men would then put the “medicine” in the teenager’s arm with a needle the documents said,

Warrants have been issued for Collins and Thomas. No other suspects have been identified at this point.

Nanette Ward, founder of Central Missouri Stop Human Trafficking Coalition, said cases like this happen in plain sight every day.


Nikki Yovino, 20, of South Setauket, New York, was sentenced on Thursday in Bridgeport Superior Court to one year in jail after pleading guilty in June to making false rape claims. Yovino was attending Sacred Heart University in Fairfield when she reported being raped by two school football players at an off-campus party in Bridgeport in October 2016. But police said she later admitted making up the allegations so she wouldn’t ruin a relationship with a potential boyfriend. The two students remained anonymous up until Thursday, when one of the men, Malik St. Hilaire, read a victim impact statement to the courtroom saying Yovino’s false claims got him expelled from school. Law & Crime reports that Yovino smirked and appeared to roll her eyes repeatedly as St. Hilaire addressed the room.


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Three Clearfield County men had sexual intercourse with dogs, horses, a cow and a goat, according Clearfield County District Attorney William Shaw Jr.

Shaw said it was one of the most extreme cases of animal abuse that his office has handled.

A 16-year-old male told state police at Clearfield that Terry Wallace, Matthew Brubaker and Marc Measnikoff were allegedly using a specially designed “v-shaped” pen to facilitate the sexual contact.

The state police community emergency response team served a search warrant on the “makeshift farm” on Mouse Lane on Saturday and seized recording equipment, cameras and a large volume of homemade videos.

Shaw said state police and the SPCA are in the midst of securing appropriate placement for the animals.

Shaw also said a juvenile male was placed in protective custody while the investigation is ongoing to determine the extent of mental or physical abuse to which he may have been exposed.

“Right now, we don’t believe the juvenile was sexually victimized,” Shaw said in the press release.

Wallace, 40, Brubaker, 32, and Measnikoff, 34, are charged with one felony count of endangering the welfare of a child and one felony count of corruption of minors. They are also charged with 1,460 misdemeanor counts of sexual intercourse with an animal and 1,460 summary counts of cruelty to animals.


After release of surveillance camera footage, a former teacher is defending his actions after the tape showed him grabbing a child by his throat and dragging him down a cafeteria table. Tim Garner, 61, was charged with first degree child cruelty and simple battery after allegedly attacking a student at Lumpkin County Alternative School.