New Mexico high school wrestler Canaan Bower is making headlines this week after helping to stop an alleged kidnapping and assault in Lac Cruces, NM. 22-year-old Daniel Arroyo Beltran of Phoenix, Arizona, was arrested after witnesses said he tried to kidnap three children at Chucky’s Gas Station in Doña Ana. Beltran is also assaulted by several patrons and employees who tried to intervene. The apparently random attack didn’t stop until Bower entered the affray and was able to control Beltran within seconds.

Daniel Villegas, now 41, returns to a courtroom for the third time to face murder charges. Some background on his case: the charges Villegas is facing date back to 1993, when Armando “Mando” Lazo and Bobby England were gunned down in El Paso, Texas. Villegas was 16 years old at the time. He then confessed to those shootings, but later claimed he was coerced by an El Paso police officer into a confession. Villegas had a mistrial in 1994 due to a hung jury, then a conviction in his second trial in 1995


Officers arrest a man after surveying video footage in which he accidentally drops a baggie of drugs in the courtroom. Security Cameras in the courtroom proved the man’s innocence as police were preparing to arrest him for having a controlled substance inside the court.

A New Jersey man George Falcone, 50, from Freehold, N.J. who allegedly coughed on a Wegmans employee and said he had coronavirus was charged Tuesday with a terroristic threat, among other charges, officials said.

Falcone was charged with terroristic threats, obstructing the administration of law or other governmental function and harassment after the incident occurred Sunday, New Jersey Attorney General said in a statement.

The Wegmans employee reportedly asked Falcone to step back after he was “standing too close to her” and an open display of prepared food.

Falcone allegedly leaned forward within three feet of her and purposefully coughed, while laughing and saying he was infected with the virus.

The New York Police Department released surveillance video on Thursday showing four suspects – two of them wearing surgical masks – walking down a hallway at Hotel Ninety Five in Queens.

For our amusement Gravity got the best of one of the would-be robbers fleeing the scene of a crime, but he did not let a two-story fall hinder his escape.

When a police officer in Staten Island was caught by his own body camera in the apparent act of planting marijuana in the car of a group of young men, the video evidence against him was strong enough to prompt prosecutors in the resulting case to throw out the marijuana charge in the middle of a pretrial hearing. A judge cut short his testimony, and prosecutors recommended he get a lawyer. But an internal review by the New York Police Department found that no misconduct had occurred.

Now a new video — published exclusively by The Intercept — shows the same officer again seemingly planting marijuana during a different traffic stop just a few weeks after the first. On both occasions, two officers — Kyle Erickson and Elmer Pastran, of the 120th Precinct — stopped cars for minor traffic infractions, then claimed the vehicles smelled like marijuana. In both instances, body camera footage shows the officers extensively searching the cars for several minutes and finding nothing. In the first incident, in February 2018, Erickson’s body camera is then suddenly switched off and then back on just as he discovers a marijuana cigarette that did not appear to be there when his partner was first searching the car.

The new video raises questions about the credibility of internal review processes and highlights the lack of transparency in cases of police misconduct. The video, which didn’t emerge for nearly two years, also underscores the limited information available not just to the public but also defendants, and validates criticism by police accountability advocates that body cameras are of no use if the evidence they capture remains inaccessible.


A passenger slapped a female flight attendant around the face AFTER she hit him while he was screaming and spitting in her face.

A two-minute video, posted online, begins with the furious passenger aboard the Brussels Airline flight yelling at a male flight attendant who is trying to restrain him.

‘You don’t put your hands on me!’ he shouted. ‘Calm down!’ the male flight attendant said repeatedly in response.

According to unconfirmed reports online, the altercation was triggered when the passenger wanted to report that his mother was being assaulted by the person seated next to her.



Father who confronted this pedophile posted this comment:
I love my kids and I love kids in general but this man is a registered sex offender…when we first moved in I was so happy the kids could play at the end of the road out there with their friends then this guy moves in and we find out he’s a pervert I have warned him 5 times about talking to my little girl and the neighbors children today he thought he would try to get 3 little girls to come over and play with him….my wife called me I said call the police….they didn’t get there before me and I had to do what I had to do…it might look like Im beating him badly but I knew if I started punching him I wouldn’t be able to stop so I kept my hand opened the whole time I wanted him to hear what I was saying just as much as he needed to feel.

Three young women from Owensboro have been arrested after allegedly driving an SUV while high and carrying six young children without their seat belts on.

Wednesday evening in Ohio County, Kentucky State Police clocked a speeding white SUV going 27 miles per hour over the speed limit.

Krislon Talbott, 18, of Owensboro, was pulled over on Wednesday after Kentucky State Police clocked her driving 97mph in a 70mph zone, news outlets reported.

A ‘strong odor of marijuana’ was coming from the SUV and Talbott – and two other women in the car – appeared intoxicated, according to state troopers.

Two other women, Peyton Coomes, 19, and Allison Frazier, 20, were also in the vehicle. The pair and Talbott were reportedly jointly babysitting the children.

Troopers say the driver, 18-year-old Krislon Talbott, failed field sobriety tests.

During the tests, troopers say they heard a noise and found three more young children asleep in the rear cargo space.

Talbott and two other adult passengers were arrested and taken to the Ohio County Detention Center.

Social Services took the children who were all under the age of five. Troopers say the women were babysitting them.

All three women were arrested and booked into jail at the Ohio County Detention Center in Hartford.

It was unclear whether they had attorneys who could comment on their behalf.

A California inmate confessed in a letter to a newspaper that he beat two pedophiles to death with a cane just hours after his urgent warning to a counselor that he might become violent was ignored.

Jonathan Watson, 41, confessed in the letter to the Bay Area News Group in Northern California that he clubbed both men in the head on January 16 at the California Substance Abuse Treatment Facility and State Prison in Corcoran.

Prisoner David Bobb, 48, died that day. Graham De Luis-Conti, 62, died three days later at a hospital. Both were serving life sentences for aggravated sexual assault of a child under 14.

Watson from a older mugshot

Dr Gowun Park, 41, was charged with first-degree murder and first-degree kidnapping in the death of her husband, Sung Nam, also 41, West Des Moines police said.

Park, was formally accused of killing her husband, Sung Woo Nam, in their West Des Moines home. She faces charges of first-degree murder and first-degree kidnapping in Nam’s death.

Students learned about the arrests Wednesday from the campus newspaper and an email message from Simpson interim President Bob Lane.

Simpson junior Thomas Mussig, an economics major who had Park as an academic adviser, said his classmates were making jokes about Park’s arrest, but he was near tears when he learned about it.

“She was one of the sweetest ladies I’ve ever known,” he said. “This is really tough.”

Mussig said he has had five classes with Park and worked with her on a research project. In all that time, Park never mentioned she was married: She would repeatedly say she was single and that all of her family was in South Korea.

“I had her in class for three years; she was saying that for three years,” he said. “She would talk about how she’s single.”

A THIRTY-SIX-YEAR-OLD Ohio woman who’s parents still pay her cell bill is facing a fourth-degree felony charge after repeatedly calling 911 to report that her parents had shut off her cell phone plan.

Seloni Khetarpal, from Canton, was arrested on Thursday by Massillon police after she made several calls to the Regional Emergency Dispatch Center and was told only to call for legitimate reasons.

Khetarpal continued to make emergency calls believing that her parents ending their payments on her cell to be a 911 issue.

According to court documents, Khetarpal was ‘belligerent’ and insisted that it was a legitimate reason to call 911.

She was arrested around 8.40pm and charged with disrupting public services.

A Kentucky man picked the wrong Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers to rob. Surveillance video shows two off-duty police officers (who are married and were out on a date)eating at the restaurant in Louisville when a man showed a gun and demanded cash from an employee. The officers left their booth, drew their guns and chased the suspect out of the restaurant. He had dropped his gun before he ran away and was taken into custody outside Cane’s.

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — A 25-year-old Port Richmond man may be his own worst enemy after he allegedly walked into a bank, screamed “this is a robbery” and posted video of the incident to Instagram. District Attorney Michael E. McMahon upgraded charges to include attempted robbery for Augustin Nadreau, 25, of the 100 block of Treadwell Avenue, in connection with the bizarre incidents that happened minutes apart last Thursday afternoon in West Brighton at Northfield Bank and Victory State Bank.

The new charges affected the status of a case where Nadreau allegedly threatened in 2018 to bomb a bank if he didn’t receive $1 million in cash. Last Thursday, Nadreau entered the Northfield bank at 519 Forest Ave. at 1:24 p.m., according to the criminal complaint and police. “This is a mother f—–g robbery,” Nadreau said before leaving without any loot, according to the complaint. Nadreau then went to Victory State Bank at 755 Forest Ave. at about 1:28 p.m. He spoke to a teller and then walked away while allegedly screaming, “This is a mother f—–g robbery. Everyone put your hands on the floor.” The suspect left Victory without stealing anything, police said. Nadreau apparently took a selfie during the Victory incident and posted the video on his own Instagram page.

The confessed Parkland shooter was involved in a battle behind bars with a Broward Sheriff’s deputy. The jailhouse of it was kept under wraps, until now.

The had no audio, but according to records, Sgt. Raymond Beltran “requested that Cruz not drag his sandals on the ground while walking around.”

The video shows Cruz give Beltran the middle finger. Instantly, Cruz charged at Beltran and punched him.

Police in Florida have arrested a man accused of punching another customer in the Chick-fil-A drive-thru.

According to the Collier County Sheriff’s Office, it happened at the restaurant on Airport-Pulling Road in North Naples.

The victim says he had just picked up his food at the drive-thru window but was unable to drive away due to another vehicle blocking the path. The victim honked his horn, and the other driver responded with a hand gesture. After a second honk, the other driver, later identified as 62-year-old Thomas Moran Anderson, walked towards the victim’s vehicle and punched the driver through the open window.

A passenger in that vehicle confronted Anderson, who got back in his vehicle and drove away. The passenger photographed Anderson’s license plate and provided it to deputies, who identified Anderson as the owner.

After the victim positively identified Anderson in a photo lineup, he was arrested at his North Naples home on Thursday and taken to the Naples Jail Center.

He is charged with burglary with battery.

A Cheektowaga woman was arrested three times Tuesday, each on different charges, according to the Erie County Sheriff’s Office.

The sheriff’s office says 28-year-old Sarah Szymanski was arrested first by a “local police agency” and charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance and aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle. She was processed and released.

Szymanski was then arrested by Lancaster police for obstruction of governmental administration, reckless driving, speeding, aggravated unlicensed operation and failing to stop at a stop sign. She was processed and released on appearance tickets.

The third arrest was by the sheriff’s office after a victim stated Szymanski was selling discounted Best Buy gift cards on a social media app.

The victim stated he gave Szymanski $1,450 to buy a laptop, she went into the Clarence Best Buy and purchased a printer and fled in a waiting vehicle.

Szymanski was located by the sheriff’s office later Tuesday and charged with grand larceny in the fourth degree, aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle as well as a vehicle and traffic law violation.

An Orlando police officer has been relieved of duty and is facing charges after body camera footage showed him pushing a man to the ground prior to his arrest near Lake Ivanhoe last September.

The officer, Frank Sikos, wrote in an arrest report that he responded to the area of Alden Road and Virginia Drive after two people said they saw a man, identified as Bennett Robinson, trying to get into a construction site across the street.

The arrest report says Robinson told officers he was a contractor inspecting the construction site on his walk home, around 4:15 a.m.

Video footage has emerged showing the dying moments of a female cartel boss after she was fatally wounded during a shootout with police in Mexico.

The clip and photographs appear to confirm she was María Guadalupe López Esquivel, known as ‘La Catrina,’ a female member of a cartel hit squad that massacred 13 police officers in October.

The 21-year-old was involved in an attack against the military, national guard and police in La Bocanda, a town in the central state of Michoacán.

Officials in Michoacán said six male gunmen were captured and a woman was killed after they opened fire on soldiers and police in the same area where the October ambush occurred.

State officials initially did not provide the identity of the woman killed in the Friday shootout, but videos and photos posted on the internet late Sunday showed the woman wounded on a stretcher, with a tattoo of a ‘Catrina’ on her thigh.

Photos of the woman circulated earlier showed the same tattoo in the same place; some photos also show her holding a pistol.

The Catrina is a skeletal female figure with a wide hat that has become associated with Mexico’s Day of the Dead.


The most prolific rapist ever caught in Britain, who spent more than a decade luring dozens of intoxicated men to his apartment before drugging and sexually assaulting them, has been sentenced to life imprisonment after being found guilty in four separate trials. Reynhard Sinaga was found guilty of 159 counts of sexual offenses against 48 different men, and was served to life in prison.