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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — A former Miss Kentucky is accused of sending naked photos to one of her former students.

Ramsey Bearse, 28, is now a middle school teacher in Cross Lanes, West Virginia.

Police say the parents of one of her former students found nude photos of Bearse on their 15-year-old’s phone. They told police about it, and officers said Bearse admitted to it.

She’s charged with four felony counts of distributing obscene material to a minor.


The Polk County Sheriff’s Office on Friday released a disturbing video that shows two teenage girls fighting. Deputies say the video also shows a woman coaching one of the girls during the brawl.

Giselle Reyes Felix, 36, is accused of instigating a fight between the girls. She was arrested on charges of Child Abuse and Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor.

Neither girl was seriously injured during the fight, which happened on Nov. 29.

According to an arrest affidavit, Reyes Felix drove a 16-year-old girl to the area of where a 17-year-old girl lived in Kissimmee, because of problems between the two teens.

The 17-year-old victim was walking home from school when she heard a car horn and saw a car quickly approaching her. The 16-year-old suspect yelled at the victim and then attacked her, according to the affidavit.

Deputies say while the two girls were fighting, Reyes Felix, the , was coaching the suspect on what to .

When the victim fell on her back, the 16-year-old stomped on her head multiple times with her feet. A Good Samaritan was able to stop the fight temporarily, but deputies say Felix encouraged the 16-year-old to again attack the other girl.

The 16-year-old suspect was arrested and charged with Battery.

“Our adult suspect was supposed to be responsible for the 16-year-old girl. Instead, she not only drove the girl to the victim, but she also incited and encouraged a fight, and coached the girl on how to hit the victim. This was totally irresponsible,” said Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd.

The identities of the two girls have not been released.


Bel Air, MD – A Maryland police agency is sharing a video of a child stealing packages off porches as a reminder about holiday thefts.

It’s a reminder that at holiday times, people need to take extra caution to be aware of what’s happening in their neighborhoods.

Harford County Sheriff’s Office shared a video of a child no older than age 8 stealing a package of a porch after getting directions from someone out of the camera’s view.


Shocking footage has emerged of an arsonist blowing himself up as he attempted to set a car on fire with two accomplices in Canada. Montreal police are seeking the public’s help in locating three men who were involved in setting an SUV on fire on Wednesday morning.The arson attack was caught on camera at 10.55 am on Wednesday in Montreal’s Mile Ex district.The surveillance video shows three men walking around a red 2018 Dodge Journey, opening its doors and pouring liquid from a jerry can.


An Ohio woman busted shoplifting has attracted attention for her rather unusual mugshot that features her full-face skull tattoo. Alyssa Zebrasky, 27, (pictured in current mugshot and inset in 2012) was arrested around 6:30pm Wednesday when police were called to the Walmart in Boardman Township after she was caught stealing a bag. During a search, police said they found a hypodermic needle, a ‘whitish rock like substance’ and an ‘orange pill’ in containers inside her purse.

Zebrasky last posted photos to Facebook in 2012, when she had very little tattoos and lighter hair.

Her mugshot has since garnered media attention due to the pronounced tattoos on her face. What appears to be a spider’s web is stretched across her forehead while skull-like features surround her eyes, cover her nose and can be spotted on the sides of her face and on the skin above and below her lips.

A married substitute teacher who blamed her 15-year-old student victim for their affair by telling Michigan police that he initiated the sexual assaults has been sentenced to 25 months to 15 years in prison.

Allyson Brittany Moran, 27, who was convicted of third-degree criminal sexual conduct, was scolded by a judge and a prosecutor during her sentencing hearing in Lansing on Wednesday after she admitted that she used the affair to ‘find comfort’.

Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Steve Kwasnik told the court: ‘[Moran] used her position to gain his trust … and she took that and manipulated it into something for personal gratification. She lured him into an adulterous affair.’


With the huge success of the Netflix original, Making a murderer, the world got a chance to see to the struggles and torment of a potentially wrongly convicted person, and although the case of Steven Avery is an extreme example…. There are an unfortunate amount of people who have been accused of horrendous crimes they did not commit, some of which are in fact executed, only to be posthumously exonerated through the use DNA testing or campaigns like the innocence project… Here are five people who were wrongly convicted for crimes they had absolutely no involvement in.


This is the shocking moment a homeless man was caught shoving a stranger under a truck in an unprovoked daytime attack in downtown Los Angeles.

Disturbing surveillance footage shows the victim being knocked into a busy road and pinned under the wheels of a truck.

The man – thought to be in his 60s – is said to have been critically injured by the brutal assault after being pushed into the oncoming traffic.


Surveillance cameras captured two men who walked into the Prodigy Cuts barbershop in Cleveland and tried to rob the place in October 2016. The shop’s two barbers drew their own guns and opened fire. A 5-year-old boy suffered a gunshot wound in the foot. Two men convicted of the crime were sentenced to prison in December 2018.

A crash ended in an arrest and an unusual discovery by troopers who pulled a driver over along I-4, according to investigators.

A 911 call started a pursuit between troopers and a truck driven by Shane Taylor on Saturday.

The truck was wanted for a crash that happened a bit earlier, officials said.

Dash cam video shows the trailer swerving, sparks flying, and the moment when troopers eventually stopped the driver.

There were several animals inside the truck, including a lemur that jumped out and gave troopers a difficult time when they tried to capture it.

There was also a wallaby, a tortoise, a goat and some sheep.

During the stop, troopers also interviewed two drivers who claimed to have been struck by Taylor.

A third victim came forward at the FHP station.

Troopers also said there was a strong odor coming from Taylor’s vehicle.

He was arrested and faces several charges, including DUI and reckless driving.


He was expecting a large check to be delivered Thursday morning at his home in South Fulton. But instead, 18-year-old Charles Turner was arrested, accused of trying to scam Georgia out of more than $20 million in phony tax returns. Turner allegedly used an online gaming and electronics business to steal bank account information. Then, according to the Georgia Department of Revenue, Turner created a scheme where he overpaid taxes in hopes of reaping big refunds.


Lancaster, OH – The Fairfield County Dog Warden’s Office is investigating a dog attack that wounded a Lancaster police officer Sunday morning, according to police officials. The officer shot the dog as he was being attacked.

Lancaster police were called to a home on Sheridan Drive for a well-being check around 9:30 a.m. when they say a resident’s “mixed breed” dog attacked them.

Police body cameras captured the attack, which lasted a couple of seconds before the shot was fired. Video shows officers talking to a woman in a driveway when a dog comes towards them. According to Officer Chad Helser, the dog came at him first, but he kicked at it before the animal turned toward Officer Jim Schorr.

Helser’s report said the dog jumped at Schorr, biting his left forearm. During the attack Schorr shot the dog once.


A woman has pleaded guilty to killing her boyfriend by stabbing him, hitting him with a table leg and crushing him under the weight of her roughly 300 pounds.

Windi Thomas, of Erie, faces a sentence of 18 to 36 years after pleading guilty to third-degree murder. She had been scheduled for trial next week, but instead will be sentenced on Dec. 21.

The 44-year-old Thomas admitted killing Keeno Butler last March, partially by lying on top of him. Thomas weighs about 300 pounds, while the 44-year-old Butler weighed about 120 pounds.

Thomas was reportedly drunk and wanted to smoke crack when the pair got into an argument that ended in Butler’s death.

Butler, who went by the nickname “Loco”, is survived by a daughter, Adele Brown, two grandchildren, his mother and nine siblings including Sandra, according to his obituary.



An individual committed a robbery by sudden snatching in the area of US 19 and Flora Avenue. As he was fleeing the robbery, the individual struck another vehicle and this crash was witnessed by Pasco Sheriff’s deputies after which a short pursuit was initiated before being disengaged due to the suspect traveling at over 100 mph.

Shortly after the pursuit was discontinued, the suspect lost control of his vehicle as he continued heading northbound on US 19 and struck Deputy Henrici’s vehicle at approximately 70 mph. This crash is captured in the below body worn camera footage and again highlights the dangers our deputies face every shift.

The suspect fled the scene on foot and was apprehended shortly after.

Thankfully, Deputy Henrici and the suspect suffered only minor injuries.


The Kansas City Chiefs have released star running back Kareem Hunt, saying that he lied about kicking and shoving a 19-year-old woman during an altercation that was caught on video. Video footage of the incident at a Cleveland hotel in February emerged on Friday, and the Chiefs said in a statement that the footage proved that Hunt had been ‘untruthful’ with investigators.

The Chiefs said that Hunt would be released ‘immediately’. Hunt, 23, had helped propel the Chiefs to first place in the AFC with a 9-2 record, and had been seen as one of the team’s best shots of securing a Super Bowl title. It is now unclear whether he will ever play again. In addition to being cut from the Chiefs, Hunt has been placed on the NFL Commissioner Exempt list, meaning he is barred from practicing, playing in or attending games. Hunt responded to being cut in a statement to ESPN, saying: ‘I want to apologize for my actions. I deeply regret what I did. I hope to move on from this.’

Kareem Hunt Hotel Aftermath Video:


PENNSYLVANIA: A Fayette County man has died after being shot by his wife in a dispute over breakfast oats earlier this year. According to police, John Maki was shot inside a home in the 300 block of Imel Road in Saltlick Township, Fayette County on April 5. Sources close to the investigation say Maki was not satisfied with the type of oats Rachel Eutsey allegedly bought and served him.


Florida man is wanted by police for allegedly disguising himself as a woman and using a stolen credit card to buy a French Bulldog puppy worth thousands of dollars.

Largo police officials said the suspect—now identified as Bryant Farfan—had entered the All About Puppies store on October 2 and successfully acquired the fawn-colored dog. He used a stolen Florida driver’s license and falsified adoption records, ABC Action News reported.

It is believed the puppy is worth $4,000. Police said Farfan may be attempting to sell the dog for profit—leading the All About Puppies store manager to offer a reward for its safe return. The suspect was reportedly identified because he has a previous criminal record in the state.

Pet store manager Allie Julian told ABC Action News: “The only thing we are hoping for is the safe return of our puppy. We’re offering a $1,000 reward in hopes that someone will do the right thing and return her to us.” Police said “probable cause exists for Farfan’s arrest.”

On social media, police posted mugshots of Farfan, including one of him dressed as a woman. It posted a snap of the French Bulldog when it was 8 weeks old. The dog is now 5 months old.

Surveillance footage released showed Farfan holding the puppy while in the pet store.

“If you have purchased a French Bulldog from Farfan recently, contact detectives and the staff at All About Puppies to determine whether or not your animal was stolen from this business,” officials wrote yesterday. Police noted that any leads to the whereabouts of either Farfan or the stolen puppy could be directed to Det. Steve Allred or Det. Lance Moore at 727-587-6730


POLK COUNTY, Fla. – A 73-year-old Florida woman wanted to make sure what she was smoking was really methamphetamine, so she took the drugs to her doctor for testing.

Polk County resident Barbara Lee Ray said she was “scared” of what smoking it was doing to her, according to the Miami Herald, which cited an arrest affidavit and brought her doctor at the Complete Care Family Medicine Associates office in Fort Meade two clear plastic bags containing a crystal-like substance on Nov. 5.

Both bags tested positive for meth, the Herald reported.

Although it was unclear how she obtained the drug or why she was smoking it, she did tell her doctor she’s been smoking meth for about a month.

Ray was arrested and booked into the Polk County Jail on charges of methamphetamine possession and possession of drug paraphernalia, the newspaper said.

The arrest warrant said Ray, who was released from jail on Nov. 7, appeared to be under the influence of the drug when she was taken into custody.


WESLEY CHAPEL — A 25-year-old woman was arrested Nov. 21 after deputies said she stole a former housemate’s Apple Watch and then bragged on Facebook that she got it for a boyfriend.

Stefanie Marie Borreli of Wesley Chapel now faces a grand theft charge. Here’s what deputies said happened:

At about noon on Nov. 1, a man was moving out of Borreli’s home with the help of a friend.

The friend noticed Borreli remove a watch from a bag during the move-out, deputies said. It was an Apple Watch worth $300.

Later, witnesses told deputies, Borreli posted a photo of a black Apple Watch on Facebook with the caption, “Ha Ha got him.”

In another Facebook post, Borreli wrote, “Got an Apple Watch for my new bae,”

She was released a few hours after her arrest on $2,000 bond.


Two men have been arrested on homicide charges after authorities say a third man was lured to a home and stabbed to death over a stolen game console late Monday.

Seminole County deputies believe Jake Bilotta, 22, and Ian McClurg, 21, coaxed Joshua Barnes, 24, to the home they shared near Maitland and killed him in revenge over a stolen PlayStation, Sheriff Dennis Lemma said.

Deputies were called to the home at 1917 South Boulevard just before midnight. A third roommate, Walter Johnson — who had only lived in the home for about a week — had just arrived home from a Tinder date and found Bilotta in the process of putting Barnes’ body in plastic bags, Lemma said.

He had been stabbed several times with a seven-inch chef’s knife.

Lemma said Barnes had previously lived with Bilotta and McClurg, but had been evicted for about two weeks. Bilotta and McClurg suspected Barnes had broken into their home and stolen the game console, the sheriff said.