A 28-year-old woman was sentenced to life in prison for a DUI crash that killed two people and left another seriously injured.

On August 9, 28-year-old Cheyenne Wyllie pleaded no contest to two counts of second-degree murder against 69-year-old Angelita Espinosa and 10-year-old Jamie Espinosa, as well as felony driving under the influence causing injury with the special allegation of causing great bodily injury against George Espinosa, Jamie’s father.

In the evening of March 26, 2016, the Tualre County District Attorney’s Office says Wylie ran a stop sign and slammed into a minivan driven by the Espinosa family. The family was visiting Tulare County from Las Vegas at the time.

Angelita and Jamie were killed in the crash and George suffered major injuries requiring multiple and extensive surgeries.

The DA says Wylie was determined to be driving with a .21% BAC.

Investigation showed Wylie had spent the evening drinking at a downtown Visalia restaurant and at a friend’s house.

Cellular phone forensics showed that Wyllie sent text messages to friends and family detailing her inebriation and her intention to drive, despite return text messages telling her not to.

“The word ‘closure’ is a difficult word to use in a tragic case like this. Just because the court process has ended doesn’t mean the Espinosa family will be made whole again. Cheyenne Wyllie took what can never be given back,” said District Attorney Tim Ward. “What is readily apparent is the outpouring of love and support from friends, family, and this community for the Espinosa family. I ask that Angelita and Jamie’s memories be honored this way: if you truly love and care for others, never drive under the influence. Please call someone, use rideshare, or just don’t get behind the wheel. These cases are entirely preventable. Please be safe on the road.”

Under current California law, the DA says Wyllie must serve 19 years and 4 months in prison before she is eligible for a parole hearing.

“We will honor the victims by never forgetting this tragedy. The Office of the District Attorney will appear at any potential parole hearing and argue against the possibility of early release,” continued District Attorney Ward.

The case was investigated by the California Highway Patrol and the TCDA Bureau of Investigations.


A father is outraged, saying Lancaster School District failed his son, who has autism.

Trevor Hibbert took to Facebook to post footage of his son in handcuffs in severe distress in the back of a police car.

Hibbert said his son has autism and had a meltdown at school and had to be restrained. He doesn’t blame law enforcement for the situation, but rather school administrators, who he said let the situation get out of hand.

Hibbert says the school and the district are to blame. He says administrators at Endeavour have been negligent in following the IEP, or individualized education program, the district had in place for Abraham in elementary school. The IEP called for a trained one-on-one aide for Abraham while at school.

According to Hibbert, the aide at Endeavour is sometimes replaced by a non-trained school employee, and that the district should have drafted an updated IEP for Abraham before the new year.

A statement released by the Lancaster School District superintendent read:

“While we cannot comment on all of the details of this child’s services, we all agree that the incident that occurred yesterday is highly regrettable for everyone involved and we will continue to work with the family to support this child.”

Abraham’s father says Monday’s incident is the third time his son has left campus since school started in August. Each incident followed what Abraham’s father calls a “meltdown,” during which Abraham requires space and time to calm down. Instead, Hibbert said school staff has cornered Abraham, prompting him to want to escape.

It was after one of these incidents that Hibbert said the school requested an involuntary psychiatric hold for Abraham that landed the boy in a mental hospital. Hibbert says Endeavour’s administrator has to go.

“They need administrators, not just one-on-one aides, not just special-education teachers, but administrators who understand the scope of autism and what it means and how those children react,” he said.

A 31-year-old Geneva woman Lindsay P. Anderson, faces prison after admitting to sexually assaulting and abusing two of her former students from Carpentersville Middle School.

Authorities said the former high school coach was a teacher at Carpentersville Middle School in Carpentersville, Illinois when she groomed her teenage victims with gifts and drugs before engaging in sexual relationships with both of them between 2013 and May 2015.

According to prosecutors, Anderson sexually assaulted two male students between July 2013 and May 2015. Anderson knew both victims from when she was employed at Carpentersville Middle School but was not their teacher when the assaults took place, prosecutors said.

Lauren Elizabeth Cutshaw, 34, pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor DUI count last month after she was caught speeding through a stop sign in Bluffton, near Hilton Head, a year ago. In exchange for her plea, Cutshaw had several other charges against her dropped. Cutshaw, who works as a real estate agent, told police following her arrest that she was a cheerleader, a dancer and a sorority girl who graduated from a ‘high accredited university’. According to the police report, Cutshaw also described herself as a white ‘thoroughbred’ and ‘a white, clean girl’.


An 18-year-old Oklahoma woman was arrested Monday with an AK-47 after she allegedly threatened to shoot “400 people for fun,” including some at her former high school. Deputies went on to search Wilson’s home, with her mother’s permission. The mother led investigators to Wilson’s room, telling them she knew about the AK-47 because her daughter had been saving up to buy it.


The Sheriff’s Office stated the deputy pulled Aaron Thomas, 31, and Megan Mondanaro, 35, over at 870 Sadler Road and stated there was a strong odor of an alcoholic drink emitting from both of them.

Cap has taken to a life of crime after the avengers broke up it appears.

According to WABG in Greenville, Clarksdale police responded to the 1500 block of Lee Drive just after 3 a.m. Tuesday.

When officers arrived, the homeowner had 36-year-old David Hobbs held at gunpoint.

Hobbs was dressed in a Captain America costume. According to the homeowner, he was alerted by his alarm and exited his home, armed with a handgun and found Hobbs breaking into his shed.

Hobbs was taken into custody and he was expected to appear in Clarksdale municipal court Tuesday at 2:00 pm on a burglary charge.


A former high school teacher accused of having sex with a student is now challenging the constitutionality of a state law used to charge her.

Former Oldham County High School teacher Haley Reed, 37, faces rape, sodomy and unlawful transaction with a minor charges.

Police say, she admitted to having sex with a 17-year-old while she was choir teacher at the high school. The encounters allegedly happened between April and June 2018 during after school hours inside the school.

According to the indictment, Reed was charged because she was “in a position of authority” of someone under the age of 18.

In a court filing, the defense claims the student was old enough to consent to a sexual relationship under state law, which means Reed’s rights under Kentucky’s constitution were violated when she was arrested.

Reed’s four-day trial begins in November.

Elyes Castillo, 45, is charged with aggravated sexual assault, endangering the welfare of a child, witness tampering and having sex while she had a venereal disease without the informed consent of the alleged victim, the criminal complaint says.

Police found out about the alleged abuse after Castillo got into a fiery argument last month with her own children who are aged 13 and 14.

The confrontation became so heated that the children’s father contacted child protective services and told them that Castillo had allegedly abused them.

Police then started investigating sex abuse claims.

The boy told investigators that he met Castillo last year when he was in the sixth grade.

In the complaint, the boy said he and Castillo had encounters on multiple occasions at Castillo’s Pavonia Avenue residence, with the last incident occurring on Aug. 2, and that they performed multiple sex acts. A warrant for her arrest was signed on Aug. 29 and she was then taken into custody.

OHIO: Brooke Skylar Richardson cried as the jury handed down a not guilty verdict in the 2017 death of her newborn daughter. The jury found Richardson not guilty of aggravated murder, not guilty of involuntary manslaughter, not guilty of child endangerment and guilty of abuse of a corpse. The jury, comprised of seven women and five men, reached a verdict in less than five hours on Thursday.


Utah police responding to reports of a drunk driver caught up with the suspect – who turned out to be the 911 caller herself.

Officers arrested 32-year-old Breanna Dawn Hernandez while she was in Woods Cross on Aug. 16, according to a probable cause statement.

Hernandez, through belches and fits of laughter, described both herself and her car to the dispatcher while claiming she was following a drunk driver, according to a police affidavit.

Hernandez tried to run away on foot after spotting officers, then struggled during the arrest. She was so intoxicated, documents state, that she had to be restrained and forcibly taken to the hospital for a blood draw.

Officers found a nearly empty bottle of Fireball whiskey in the vehicle, KTVX reports.

She was charged with DUI and reportedly sentenced to 12 days in jail, a $1,260 fine and 12 months of probation.


A Louisiana mom has been arrested after her 11-year-old daughter allegedly brought THC-laced candy to school and shared it with her friends, leaving one child in the hospital.

The Sheriff’s Office deputy who works as the school’s resource officer notified detectives after a student had a reaction to candy she had been given by a classmate, Lee said.

The resource officer learned that a student had brought the candy to school and passed it out to fellow students.

The St. Tammany Parish Sherriff’s Office went to the child’s home, where they say they discovered THC-edibles and drug paraphernalia.


A homeless man went on a vandalism spree Monday and caused an estimated $30,000 in damage to vehicles, according to the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office.

According to a press release from the Sheriff’s Office, Justin James Wilson, who is 30, damaged at least 20 cars that were parked at the Holiday Inn Resort on U.S. Highway 98 on Okaloosa Island.

Witnesses said Wilson used rocks and a belt buckle to smash windows and beat the cars.

Deputies later found Wilson asleep on a bench near the scene. He admitted breaking the windows, saying “Take me to jail. I did it because Donald Trump owes me one trillion dollars, and these vehicles belong to the mafia,” the release said.


Authorities say a Florida woman arrested on stalking allegations slipped out of her handcuffs and fled in a stolen a patrol car.

The Gainesville Sun reports 30-year-old Mary Liane Fritz was twice arrested Monday.

High Springs police say Fritz followed a woman to the police station, where the woman told officers Fritz was stalking her.

Officers say they handcuffed Fritz behind her back and placed her in the back of a patrol car.

An arrest report says Fritz escaped the restraints, climbed through the partition to the front and drove off, crashing through a gate.

Officers used GPS to track the patrol vehicle, and Fritz was eventually taken back into custody on charges including vehicle theft.

Fritz was being held on $95,000 bond. Jail records didn’t list an attorney.


The St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office arrested St. Augustine resident Kyle McGill Walker, 19, on Friday after he allegedly pulled a gun on the victim, police say.The victim told the officers that she was approached by Walker, who asked if she would try a hit of his vape pen, according to the police report.

After the victim refused, Walker said, “Are you serious, bro?” according to the report.Walker then lifted up his shirt and showed the victim a gun, police said. Walker pulled the gun out of his pants and began asking, “What’s up now? What’s up now?” police said.

Victoria Frabutt was arrested at the couple’s home on Murdoch Road outside of Newport.

In court this morning, the woman sobbed when addressing the judge and held her head down during a first appearance. She is charged with malicious castration and kidnapping.

In the 911 call, Frabutt told the operator a pruner was used. The operator asked what kind of pruner. “Actually it’s good for pruning roses,” Frabutt replied.

The woman referred to James Frabutt as her soon to be ex.

911 asked her if he was seriously bleeding. “Oh no,” said Frabutt. “Like I said, I couldn’t even get enough blood to make the sign of the cross, or write sinner, or anything like that.”

On the call, the woman was evasive when asked about specific injuries. 911 asked where he was bleeding from. “That would be his favorite part of himself,” Frabutt replied.

Deputies have not said anything about a motive but in the 911 call, the woman gave some clues when 911 asked what caused his physical pain. “That would be part of the message against sinning against God and fornication,” she was heard saying on the call


A 17-year-old girl has been arrested in Florida after she allegedly stole her parents debit card in an attempt to pay two people to kill them, according to local authorities.

An arrest affidavit from the Lake County Sheriff’s Office details that Alyssa Michelle Hatcher was charged with two counts of criminal solicitation for murder.

Detectives from the Lake County Sheriffs Office have arrested 17-year-old Alyssa Hatcher on two counts of Criminal Solicitation for Murder. As the investigation progressed it was learned that the suspect Alyssa Hatcher solicited two different individuals to kill her parents.

According to investigators the juvenile suspect stole her parents debit card and made two separate transactions withdrawing funds to pay the individuals to carry out the murder.
The juvenile suspect was placed in custody and transported to the Lake County Jail where she was processed and turned over to the Department of Juvenile Justice.

Sgt. Fred Jones

She was arrested on Monday by the Umatilla Police Department.


A witness says it all started after the customer complained about his food order being incorrect. One of the employees at the McDonald’s apparently took exception and confronted the customer. The employee is escorted away by another employee, but the customer then moves toward the pair. It is not certain if he said anything, but then the employee comes back, puts the man in a choke hold and then punches him.

A 23-year-old high school health teacher from Wisconsin has been accused of sexually abusing a teenage boy over a period of several months.

Talia Jo Warner from Lake Elmo, Minnesota, faces a multitude of charges some nine months after officials at Somerset High School, near Minneapolis, were first made aware of the allegations.

A Somerset High School health teacher who drove a 15-year-old student from a sporting event to her Minnesota home allegedly to rape him faces seven felonies relating to sexual misconduct that spanned the final three months of 2018, according to a criminal complaint filed in St. Croix County Circuit Court.

Warner’s charged with second-degree sexual assault of a child, use of a computer to facilitate a child sex crime, child enticement, causing a child older than 13 to view sexual activity, two counts of exposing genitals, pubic area or intimate parts to a child and exposing a child to harmful material, according to court records.