Disturbing security footage shows inmates of a Los Angeles prison deliberately infecting themselves and each other with coronavirus in the hopes of being let out of jail: “A group of California prison inmates deliberately infected each other with coronavirus in a failed bid to get out of jail early. A sudden spike COVID-19 cases were reported at the Pitchess Detention Center in Castaic back in mid-April seemingly without explanation. LA County Sheriff Alex Villanueva announced Monday that 21 inmates at the jail successfully infected each other with the virus by passing around a hot water bottle and by breathing into the same face mask. Shocking surveillance footage shot on April 26 inside the day room of the jail shows the men passing around a hot water bottle and taking sips before passing it along to the next inmate. “.

WARNING – amazon delivery person spread spit willingly on our package today! Please share!!!!!! I am trying to contact amazon ASAP so please tag amazon if you share this!! I received the box and saw a big wet spot and then checked the camera! Via @mpium March 27, 2020

Amazon has been making moves in the current pandemic, as many have been flocking to the service to order products needed for their home to avoid going outside. However, video footage that surfaced shows people may still be at risk for contracting coronavirus, as an Amazon delivery driver was seen smearing their saliva on to a customer’s package.

The incident reportedly took place in the Hancock Park section of Los Angeles, and shows a delivery man putting his saliva on to a package, then taking a photo of a package as if nothing happened. The situation was captured by a Ring security system, and a neighbor of the resident contacted Amazon about the incident.

Amazons Statement: “This is clearly not representative of drivers who deliver for Amazon and the care they take for customers around the world every day,” an Amazon spokesperson told Business Insider in a statement. “We are aggressively investigating to understand what may have occurred in this situation. If it truly was a malicious act by the driver, we will be sure he is held accountable, up through and including law enforcement action.”


A killer’s confessed to shooting four people to death and targeting three of them because of their race.

“I didn’t want to do nothing to law enforcement so I just found some white men to kill,” said Kori Muhammad in his confession to police.

The second week of his capital murder trial started with his first police interview after his arrest.

From the moment police arrested him, the shooter knew exactly why.

“Because I killed those people and the security guard,” he said.

Bone Chilling Confession of Black Man Facing the death penalty in California over ‘Race Hate’ Murders of Four People. ‘I Just Found Some White Men to Kill’

Jordan Guzman, 20, and her boyfriend, Anthony McCloud, 18, were taken into custody in Las Vegas and chaged with murder

400 miles away from a Hemet, California, home where the bodies of Wendy Lopez-Araiza, her daughter, Genesis Lopez-Araiza, and her son’s 18-year-old girlfriend, Trinity Clyde, were found on Wednesday.

The bodies of Lopez-Araiza’s daughter, Genesis Lopez-Araiza (left), and her son’s 18-year-old girlfriend, Trinity Clyde (right), were also found on Wednesday

Guzman and McCloud were both charged with three counts of murder each.

They are being held at Clark County Detention Center in Las Vegas on $2million bail each.

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

A 5-year-old boy in Southern California died after being mauled by a family’s pit bull. According to KCBS, the cousin of the young boy and another relative were babysitting the 5-year-old right before he was killed. They said they stepped out of the room for a second to get a video game controller, but when they re-entered the room, the pit bull had its jaws around the little boy’s neck. The family said it had the 12-year-old pit bull since it was a puppy and trusted it around children. “All we did was step out for two seconds,” one of the relatives told KCBS. The relative declined to be identified on camera. “It hurts. It really hurts.” The relative said the dog had never hurt anyone before, claiming it wasn’t vicious. The family signed the pit bull’s ownership over to animal control and the dog was taken away. Police are now investigating the circumstances surrounding the deadly dog attack.

A witness took pictures of the flaming wreckage after seeing the helicopter slam into a California hillside

Photos taken in the aftermath of the crash show the flaming wreckage of the chopper after the pilot had told air traffic controllers he was climbing to avoid a cloud layer. Ara Zobayan had asked for and received special clearance to fly in heavy fog just minutes before the crash and was flying at 1,400 feet when he went south and then west, an accident investigator said Monday. They also revealed there was no black box on board but instead an iPad which was used for flight itinerary as the crash site in Calabasas, California is being actively patrolled for looters by officers on horseback. Pilot Zobayan asked for air traffic controllers to provide ‘flight following’ radar assistance but was told the craft was too low for that assistance, Jennifer Homendy of the National Transportation Safety Board said. The crash killed NBA legend Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna (pictured together right) as well as pilot Zobayan and six others.

Many technical terms in use for people not familiar with aviation, however, it seems the pilot of Kobe’s helicopter was adept and familiar with the airspace. The pilot was using major highways in the area as a means of navigation to the Mamba Academy. For the most part, it sounds like business as usual for the pilot and ATC. Whatever happened to cause the crash happened pretty quickly. This video is sped up a bit so it doesn’t reflect the real-time operation of Kobe’s chopper, but essentially, the pilot (due to whatever reasons) stopped responding to ATC for about 3 minutes before unfortunately crashing. NTSB and the helicopter’s manufacturer will produce the black box from the crash site. This will show all inputs and decisions the pilot made leading to the crash, as well as the mechanical state of the helicopter and any potential failures. Unfortunately, accidents in aviation do happen, and it hurts to have lost someone so important to our culture that has bridged the gap on our behalf the world over. I’m providing this as a way for some of yall to hopefully make sense of what happened, and maybe as a means of closure. I do not see foul play here: just God calling one of his soldiers home.

This is the terrifying moment a woman is mugged at gunpoint and violently thrown to the ground as she approaches the front door of her apartment.

The incident was captured on a Ring doorbell camera on Tuesday morning around 12.30am and shows the woman being thrown to the ground screaming.

Footage of the violent attack reveals how the assailant jumped on the Oakland, California resident from behind as she ran home in the darkness with her handbag swinging.


A former Palo Alto school teacher was sentenced Friday to six years and eight months in prison for performing sex acts on an underage female family member and uploading the videos to PornHub, a prosecutor said.

Judge Jeffrey Finigan said that Dawn Giannini’s case was one of the worst he’s seen, pointing to the great impact it’s had on her family, according to Chief Deputy District Attorney Al Serrato.

Finigan said during Friday’s sentencing that he did not accept Giannini’s claim that she didn’t understand that what she was doing was wrong, given how far from normal it is, Serrato said.

Giannini said she was sorry for what she did and that she understood she tore her family apart.

Giannini, 50, of Redwood City, was charged with 19 felonies related to the sex acts with the teen, but Friday pleaded no contest, a guilty plea in the eyes of the law, to four of those charges on Oct. 30.

The case came to light last year when a classmate of the victim saw the videos on PornHub and reported them to the Redwood City High School principal.

Giannini is accused of having a sexual relationship with the relative when she was 16 to 17 from 2016 to 2018 in Redwood City and Santa Cruz County.

Giannini was a fourth-grade teacher at St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic School in Palo Alto beginning in 2015.

Starting in 2007, she was a special education assistant and substitute for the Redwood City School District.

It is not believed that Giannini acted inappropriately with any of her students.

A homeless man with a lengthy criminal record was behind bars this week after he tried to kidnap a young girl from her mother’s arms at a Venice Beach pizzeria before being tackled by the victim’s uncle, according to police and the family.

The startling crime took place about 7 p.m. on Jan. 4, Los Angeles Police Department officials said.

Evan McLaurin-Nelson, 31, approached a woman who was with her child and told the mother that he knew the girl and needed to “save her,” police said in a written statement.

He then followed the mother until she sat down with her 6-year-old daughter in her lap.

McLaurin-Nelson grabbed for the girl, but was forcefully pushed away by a male family member, according to police and surveillance camera footage of the incident.

“Several seconds later, the suspect attempted to grab the girl again,” according to the statement. “This time, the victim’s family member was able to grab the suspect and throw him to the ground. He wrestled with the suspect for several minutes until LAPD Pacific Division officers responded and took the suspect into custody.”

It took six officers to subdue the man, who appeared to be intoxicated, family members said.

Believing they had stopped a stolen car after a miles-long pursuit, two California sheriff’s deputies tried to arrest a carjacking victim, who died after the encounter in which one deputy appears to slam the man’s skull into a car door and put him in a neck hold as the other deputy twice deployed his Taser. The car belongs to the man and was not stolen. Sonoma County Sheriff Mark Essick handed Blount a notice of termination, and the deputy will remain on administrative leave until the investigation is complete and all appeals have been exhausted.

Police shot rubber pellets and used a K-9 to take a stalking suspect into custody after the end of a chase in Corona. Fontana police said they were called to the 17300 block of Valley Boulevard in Fontana at about midnight Friday regarding a stalking suspect and encountered the man, who led officers on a pursuit when he did not stop his vehicle.

The California Highway Patrol assisted in the chase, deploying spike strips, as the suspect continued on the 10, 67 and 91 freeways, police said. CHP used a PIT maneuver and nearly an hour later, the pursuit ended in Corona near the transition of the 15 and 91 freeways.

Police say the suspect, 31-year-old Julio Vasquez, was uncooperative when the pursuit ended. Corona police shot out the suspect’s side window with rubber pellets and video showed a K-9 jumping inside the vehicle to help apprehend the suspect. Vasquez was taken to a hospital to be treated for minor injuries after being bit by the dog, according to police.

He will be charged with felony stalking and felony evading after police say he violated a restraining order involving his estranged wife by showing up to her work earlier in the day and trying to hit her with his truck. Police were called when Vasquez went to her home before midnight. Additional charges could also be added after he allegedly punched the K-9

A 51-year-old man was sentenced to nine years in prison for brutally assaulting two children in Target store in Lodi, California. The surveillance video of the incident, which took place in August, was released for the time on Wednesday.

In the disturbing footage, the two young boys, whose identities have not been revealed, can be seen playing a video game in the electronics section. Jeff Hardcastle then comes up from behind and hits the 11-year-old.

He also delivered a sucker-punch to a 5-year-old in the face. The intensity of the blow sent the youngster to the floor.

The 11-year-old was then seen rushing to help, pulling the smaller child to safety.

A man was arrested Thursday after security video captured him setting on fire a Hawthorne patrol SUV parked near the police station, officials said.

Elmer Maldonado, a 24-year-old Hawthorne resident, was detained without incident on suspicion of arson, according to police.

Officers first noticed a suspicious person apparently loitering directly in front of the Hawthorne police station through surveillance monitors, according to the Hawthorne Police Department.

The officers then noticed an unoccupied Ford Explorer Police Interceptor nearby, fully engulfed in flames, the Police Department said.

Police detained Maldonaldo, and a review of security footage confirmed that he doused the vehicle with an undetermined accelerant and set it ablaze, officials said.

Los Angeles County firefighters responded to the scene and put out the flames, but the SUV was completely

A Hanford woman accused of murder after delivering a stillborn baby with toxic levels of meth in his system was arrested Wednesday morning, according to Hanford Police.

Local law enforcement received a tip that Chelsea Cheyenne Becker, 25, was possibly sighted in the Lemoore area, Lt. Greg Freiner said. Officials located surveillance video showing Becker in the area of the Tachi Palace Casino in Lemoore.

‘The levels of methamphetamine in this baby’s system were such high levels, even for an adult, so we believe that she was using almost the entire time that she was pregnant,’ Detective Sgt. Justin Vallin of the Hanford Police Department told KGPE.

Cops say Becker admitted to using meth during her pregnancy right up until just a few days before giving birth.

San Mateo Police Department released more information regarding an officer-involved shooting that occurred on Saturday, September 28, 2019, at 5:19 P.M. SMPD officers were involved in a shooting in a cul de sac at the end of East Hillsdale Court following a short pursuit. San Mateo Police detectives investigating the criminal activity of the suspects leading up to the critical incident determined both suspects flew to Los Angeles from Philadelphia on the afternoon of September 26, 2019. They then drove to Northern California in a rented white Chevrolet Malibu after stealing a license plate registered to a Honda in Anaheim. Over the course of 48 hours after landing in Los Angeles, leading up to the officer-involved incident, the suspects committed a series of theft-related crimes in at least 11 locations in Southern California and the Bay Area, of which at least 9 were shopping malls and/or retail stores. Information obtained during the investigation indicates the suspects were shoplifting in Daly City on September 27 before spending the night in Walnut Creek. The suspects then stole a paper temporary license plate from a vehicle in Walnut Creek and on September 28 are suspected of committing multiple thefts in San Jose and Palo Alto before arriving at Hillsdale Shopping Center in San Mateo that afternoon.

The suspects were also seen on camera committing numerous thefts there, including the theft of a woman’s wallet and subsequent use of her credit card to purchase gift cards at Macy’s. While the suspects were inside the Hillsdale Shopping Center, an SMPD officer observed the suspects’ rented Chevrolet Malibu illegally parked in a handicapped stall without a placard. The SMPD officer identified the vehicle as suspicious due to it being parked unoccupied with the engine running, having a covered VIN, and a license plate belonging to a Honda out of Anaheim. The officer requested additional officers to help with the investigation just before the suspects returned to their vehicle. The Chevrolet exited Hillsdale Shopping Center as it was being monitored and officers attempted to stop the vehicle. The suspects failed to stop and led officers on a pursuit, during which the occupants threw credit cards out of the vehicle along S El Camino Real at 31stAvenue. During the pursuit, the suspect vehicle hit a parked car on the 400 block of E Hillsdale Boulevard and continued to flee toward E Hillsdale Court. At 5:19 P.M., the suspect vehicle entered a cul de sac as officers closely followed.

Seconds later, the suspect vehicle drove toward an oncoming police vehicle and then reversed toward an officer on foot. The officer on foot discharged his service weapon striking the two occupants in the vehicle. Officers immediately called for paramedics and began rendering medical aid until San Mateo Consolidated Fire Department personnel arrived to take over medical care. The suspects were transported to the hospital and treated for their injuries. The San Mateo County District Attorney’s Office continues to investigate the officer-involved shooting and is the point of contact for media inquiries about the shooting. Following protocol in all officer critical incidents, the involved officer was placed on administrative leave and remains on leave while the District Attorney’s Office conducts its investigation. San Mateo Police Department is also conducting an administrative review of the shooting as it relates to department policy and procedure. This investigation is also ongoing.