The chilling 911 call made by 50-year-old Yvonne Ervin made Saturday morning has been released. She was calling with claims that her and her husband’s two sons, 22-year-old Christopher and 17-year-old Cameron were “trying to kill” them.

The two young men, according to Yvonne, had told them that they’d put Xanax in their food and drinks. When asked by the 911 dispatcher how she knew this, she replied, “Because that’s what they said after they started attacking us. That’s what they said.”

When they awoke, the two young men strangled them and then tried to shoot them.

Her husband, Zachary Ervin, had somehow gotten them into the garage long enough to keep them distracted so Yvonne could get upstairs to a phone and call 911.


She told the dispatcher, “We have a shotgun and a pistol in the house, and I can’t find my pistol so I’m assuming they’ve taken it…and they have the shotgun”

Yvonne was both lethargic and frantic during the call – and then she heard them asking “where mom went,” afraid they were going to come find her. Soon thereafter, she’s heard crying out, “The police are on their way! The police are on their way!” The line then goes dead.

Upon officers’ arrival, Zachary stumbled out of the garage and collapsed.

“He had a lot of head and body injuries from blunt force trauma and stab wounds on his back,” says Gwinnett County Police Sgt. Rich Long.

Cameron Ervin exited the house and was immediately detained.

When police entered the home, they found it in shambles. They, according to the incident report, ‘immediately noticed a large amount of blood on the floor.’

They found a shotgun in the basement covered in blood. It was the only weapon that was found.

Yvonne was found lying next to her bed. She, too, had blunt force trauma, ‘but not as severe as [Zachary],’ according to Sgt. Long.

Christopher Ervin was found face-down and unresponsive in an upstairs bathroom. It’s believed that he suffered his injuries as he and his father fought over the shotgun.

He, too, was taken into custody.

Also according to Sgt. Long, it could have been much worse; the boys had ‘introduced natural gas into the house’ and were likely planning on burning the Georgia home down.

Yvonne has been released from the hospital, and Zachary is still being treated for his injuries.

Christopher and Cameron Ervin have both been charged with two counts of felony aggravated assault and two felony counts of first degree arson.

As far as motive for the attack, Yvonne surmised during the 911 call that she didn’t know, but that it ‘could be for insurance money’.




Heather Demonia and Thomas Broome had a heated argument one day. So heated, in fact, that one of them sped off in their vehicle, while the other stormed off on foot. In their rush to get away from each other, they left something important behind – their child.

The baby was left in its car seat on the side of the road where the argument had taken place. A shocked gas station clerk saw what appeared to be a baby’s car seat sitting there, went to investigate, and found a nine-month-old lying in it with just a bottle and a jar of Vaseline.

It was ten solid minutes before the tiny child’s mother, Heather, returned to get it from the gas station. She demanded her baby back, but the clerk, Angela Bumbalough, wasn’t 100% sure that she was the mother.

Soon thereafter, the baby’s father, Thomas, returned to the gas station. The Sheriff’s office was called and they were both arrested on charges of reckless conduct.

Nicole Bailes with the Hall County Sheriff’s Office said that there are signs of neglect on the child and that they’ll be seeking additional charges against the couple.

The child has been put in protective custody.



One suspect is in custody and three others have been issued a summons in the McDonald’s drive-thru beatdown that went viral a few days ago.


The attack occurred in LaPlace, Louisiana on August 26th and quickly spread Internet-wide.

On Wednesday, police announced the arrest of Kailin Holland, the 17-year-old who is seen in the video pulling the victim out of the drive-thru window by her hair. She is also shown in the photo above.

She was charged with felony battery and released from jail on $10,000 bond.

In addition to her arrest, police also issued misdemeanor summonses for simple battery to Sierra Gregoire, 18, and another unnamed 16-year-old girl. They also issued a misdemeanor summons for disturbing the peace by fighting to Bradnika Gregoire, 20.



Video posted on YouTube shows two grown men in a knockdown, drag-out fight. The video starts as the fight is already underway right in front of the deli counter. First there’s a body slam, then a barrage of punches.

The person who uploaded the video said it happened just after 5:30 p.m. Monday evening at the Publix grocery store in an upscale Orlando neighborhood.


This just popped up on my FB newsfeed. It was a copy of another person’s post on what happened:

Well, I am on my way home from work, minding my own business. I stopped at Publix to pick up some fried chicken for dinner. I park, get out of my car, and step right in the middle of a 50-year-old man verbally assaulting a 9-months-pregnant woman and her 16-month-old daughter. I immediately go over to calm the woman down and make sure the guy didn’t physically come after her, and calm the little baby down.

She is holding her stomach and then the guy starts verbally assaulting me. Well, anyone who knows me knows I didn’t just stand there and take it! The jerk proceeds into Publix and is three guesses [sic] at the deli where my chicken is. Before I know it, her husband shows up and all hell breaks loose. Deli counters are moving, glasses flying, and curse words worse than a sailor were flying. Police are called, people standing around video taping the fight. All the men are just standing around looking while I am screaming for someone to break it up! So police don’t show and I leave my name with the manager.