Jasmine Tridevil, who is filed under Alisha Jasmine Hessler by the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Department in Tampa, Florida, was arrested early Monday morning and had an alcohol level of .18, more than double Florida’s legal limit of .08.

The 21-year-old was released on a $500 bond later that day, according to her arrest report.

Tridivel, better known as the three-boobed woman, made headlines in September after she posted pictures of her third breast on social media, claiming she had surgery in order to appear unattractive to men and hopefully star on a reality show.

Although her claim to fame turned out to be a hoax, Tridivel released a totally NSFW music video(Link below) earlier this month that only a Floridian could come up with: she sings and flaunts her third breast, while wearing with ram horns, to her song “Born to Serve.”

A San Bernardino County sheriff’s deputy narrowly escaped serious injuries during a deputy-involved shooting in Victorville, which was captured on dramatic video that shows the suspect aiming gunfire at the deputy as she tried to get away. The shooting occurred just before 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday in front of homes in the 13000 block of Cabazon Court, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department.

Cellphone video shows the deputy in a physical altercation with the suspect. During the scuffle, two shots can be heard going off, then the deputy is seen getting off the ground and running away from the suspect. The suspect also stands up armed with a gun, begins walking toward her, and fires at the deputy at least twice. It’s unclear if the gun was taken from the deputy during the altercation or if he already had it. “That’s when a whole army of police came around the corner,” said a man who witnessed the episode, “came into this cul-de-sac right here and opened fire on the suspect.”

The suspect was taken to the hospital in an unknown condition, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department. The deputy was injured but was not shot; she is expected to be O.K. According to a sheriff’s spokeswoman Jodi Miller, a “very upset female” called 911 shortly before 8:30 a.m. and pleaded for help, asking authorities to remove her son from her home. Neighbors said a female deputy arrived at the scene first and tried to arrest the suspect, but the confrontation turned violent.

After the suspect shot at the deputy, witness Fany Contreras said, he held the gun with both hands, extended his arms in front of his body and again pointed the firearm at her. “She was so lucky,” Contreras said. “She was lucky this time.” Meanwhile, there was a second deputy-involved shooting about 6 miles away near Heatherdale Road. Sheriff’s officials said the two were unrelated.

Federal authorities have arrested a New Jersey man who they say has conned nearly three dozen women seeking romance on dating websites out of millions, leading to one committing suicide.

Rubbin Sarpong, 35, of Millville, New Jersey was the ring leader of the international swindling operation that tricked 30 women into sending him and his accomplices a total of $2.1 million, according to federal prosecutors.

He has been charged in federal court with a single count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud.

On Wednesday, the conniving Casanova asked a judge to assign him to a public defender, claiming he didn’t have enough money to pay for an attorney, according to CBS Philly.


A Tampa woman was arrested after deputies say she threw a coffee table and a green bell pepper at a man.

According to an arrest report, Jennifer Brassard, 48, got involved in an argument between two people for unknown reasons. Deputies say Brassard first threw a coffee table at the man while he was sitting on the couch.

Deputies say the man got a scrape on his shin. Then, Brassard threw a green bell pepper at the same man, according to the report.

The sheriff’s office said the man was hit by the coffee table and the bell pepper “without his consent.”


Houston police are searching for a group of people who demanded Popeyes chicken sandwiches at gunpoint Monday night. Authorities say three men and two women stormed the front door of the restaurant just before 9 p.m. on Monday. They had just been told at the drive-through window that the store was sold out of the popular sandwiches. At least one male suspect pulled a gun, police said. An employee was able to lock the doors before the five could get inside. The group left a baby inside their vehicle as they tried to enter the restaurant. There were no injuries reported


Everyone was pretty upset this week when we all learned that the viral chicken sandwich that Popeyes was selling had already sold out – but no one was more upset than a Tennessee man who has sued the company. The man claims he had spent “countless hours” having to find something else to eat after the restaurant ran out of its chicken sandwich this week. His reason for suing? They “wasted his time.”.

A Pennsylvania man broke the law when he pretended to point a gun at his neighbor, using his thumb and index finger to create the shape of the weapon, an appeals court has ruled. Stephen Kirchner was convicted of disorderly conduct last fall, but appealed the decision. This week an appeals court upheld his conviction, ruling that pointing a “finger gun” is in fact a criminal offense in this case. The incident occurred in June 2018 and involved neighbors with a history of bad blood. When Kirchner and another neighbor, Elaine Natore, walked past Josh Klingseisen out mulching in his backyard, Kirchner made eye contact with Klingseisen, “then made a hand gesture at him imitating the firing and recoiling of a gun,” according to court documents. The gesture was caught on Klingseisen’s surveillance cameras, which he had installed due to ongoing confrontations with Natore. At the time, Natore had a “no contact” order against Klingseisen.


Two former New York detectives will serve no prison time after pleading guilty to bribe taking and official misconduct for having sex in a police van with a young woman they arrested and released, prosecutors said Thursday.

Prosecutors had requested that Eddie Martins, 39, and Richard Hall, 34, receive sentences ranging from one to three years in prison, Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez said in a statement


A fight over the late rapper Tupac Shakur ended with one man in the hospital and another under arrest, police in Clearwater say.

The incident happened Wednesday night at the corner of Chestnut Street and South Myrtle Avenue. The Clearwater Police Department received several emergency calls about a battery in progress around 9:45 p.m.

When officers got to the scene, they say they found a victim with heavy facial injuries that included large lumps. The man’s eyes were also swollen shut, police noted in an arrest report.

Police say the victim was conscious when they arrived but wasn’t really able to communicate with officers because he was intoxicated. He was taken to Morton Plant Hospital via ambulance where he was treated for a broken nose.

Several witnesses at the party told police the man responsible for the beating was 35-year-old Thomas Statkiewicz. Police say Statkiewicz admitted to “defending” himself and punching the victim more than once after the victim tried to punch him during an argument over 2Pac.

The arrest report did not say what specifically the fight over 2Pac was about.

Statkiewicz was arrested for felony battery. Police say he has a previous battery conviction from last year.


A police officer is out of a job and her friend faces felony charges after the officer let her friend borrow her badge and gun to get free snacks from QuikTrip, police said.

Police said the DCS officer waited in the car and let her friend use her badge and gun to go into the QT and get free food.

Gwinnett police Officer JT Smith saw the incident and didn’t recognize the officer.

When Smith pulled the woman’s car over, she was still wearing the gun and badge.

Video shows the moment Smith confronted Pektra Edgerton, 33. Edgerton claimed she worked for DCS.

“Are you a police officer, or are you not a police officer?” Smith asks on the tape.


The Miami Springs Police Department has arrested a woman for credit card fraud and identity theft Thursday.

Police caught Yacqueline Solis, 29, with several fraudulent credit cards and a smoking pipe laced with methamphetemine residue at the Embassy Suites Hotel located at 3974 NW South River Drive.

Solis provided police with a driver’s license belonging to a woman with a different name whose car was burglarized and license and identity stolen.

Solis is the same woman who was accused of drugging a man and stealing his $10,000 Rolex watch in Pinecrest back in January. She also is suspected of drugging and robbing another man at gunpoint in downtown Miami in September 2018.

Solis has been charged with credit card counterfeit, fraudulent use of identification, possession of a stolen driver’s license and possession of drug paraphernalia with intent to use.

In bond court, she received a $12,000 bond and ordered to stay away from Embassy Suites.


A Michigan man is behind bars on a murder charge for allegedly killing his wife by spiking her cereal with heroin.
Jason Harris, 44, of Davison, was arrested Tuesday and charged in connection with the death of his wife five years ago.

When Christina Ann-Thompson Harris, 36, died in September 2014 after being found unresponsive in her home, it was ruled an accidental overdose, the Genesee County prosecutor, David Leyton, said at a news conference.

On the day she was found, a neighbor told police that Harris had called asking her to check on his wife.

When the neighbor discovered Christina Harris in her bed and was unable to wake her, she called another neighbor, who is a nurse. The nurse realized the woman had died and called 911.

By the time police arrived, Jason Harris was there. He told officers that his wife had been battling a cold and when he left for work that morning she had been coughing and in a restless sleep, Leyton said at the news conference Tuesday.
A medical examiner said her death was due to accidental heroin toxicity, a ruling that shocked her family and friends.


The man charged for killing Tommie the dog said he “blacked out” and “snapped” after the dog bit his daughter.

Jyahshua A. Hill, 20, was arrested by the U.S. Marshals Regional Fugitive Task Force on May 20 and charged with felony animal cruelty following a months-long investigation into the death of Tommie.

Tommie, who was named by his rescuers, was found tied to an Abner Clay Park fence and set on fire the night of February 10, 2019.

Hill spoke to CBS 6 by phone from his cell at the Richmond City Justice Center Friday.

Hill said he had owned the male brindle pit bull they named “Choo Choo” for several months. He claimed the dog had attacked several of his family members.


Diana Sanchez, 26, is suing Denver city and county officials for forcing her to give birth inside a county jail cell more than a year ago. Her son, Jordan (inset), came into this world shivering on a thin mattress across from a toilet inside a dirty Denver County jail cell on July 31, 2018. Sanchez claims that she was left alone and without any pain relief during her labor. Recently-released jail cell surveillance video shows Sanchez telling a Denver County Jail guard she was going into later around 5am that day. She gave birth at 10.44am, and her son was taken away by a male nurse who was watching her from outside the cell. An internal review determined none of the Denver County Sheriff deputies or staff at the jail did anything wrong throughout Sanchez’s ordeal.


A woman spanked a seven-year-old in her care with a leather belt after the child refused to pick up a cockroach, Pinellas County deputies say.

According to an arrest report, Ana Nobles, 29, took one of the child’s father’s belts after the child did not abide by her request.

She is accused of spanking the child around eight times before taking off the child’s pants and underwear and hitting the child’s bare butt with her hand while saying, “I hate you.”

The child was left with bruises on her buttocks, arm, and thigh, deputies say.

Nobles then left the child unattended for an hour while she went to the dog groomers, according to the arrest report. She came back to apologize for saying “I hate you,” the report states.

Nobles was arrested and charged with child abuse and neglect.


Los Angeles police are investigating on Monday after an irate woman was caught on camera over the weekend ramming her car repeatedly into another vehicle in a parking lot near a taco truck in Hollywood.

The incident occurred around 2 a.m. Sunday on the corner of Western and Lexington avenues. A group of people ordered food from a taco truck on the corner and put their plates on the hood of a black Ford Mustang, one of the car’s passengers told KTLA on Monday.

The car was parked in a crowded lot, and a couple of vehicles were blocked in, according to the man, who asked to remain anonymous.


A Jefferson County grandmother has been charged in connection with the 2018 death of her young grandson.

Jefferson County sheriff’s officials on Monday announced the arrest of 44-year-old Michelle Lee Light on a charge of chemical endangerment of a child resulting in death. Journey Ray Layne Dorman died July 21, 2018, while in the care of his grandmother on Hoagtown Loop Road in Sylvan Springs, according to the Jefferson County Coroner’s Office. His parents, authorities said, lived in the Pinson area.

Journey was found unresponsive about 2:10 p.m. that day and was taken to Children’s of Alabama. He was pronounced dead at 3:27 p.m.

Authorities initially investigated the possibility that Journey had gotten into rat poison, but the autopsy ultimately showed he died from methadone toxicity or overdose.

Dan Rushing received the settlement after suing the city of Orlando, according to the Orlando Sentinel.

Rushing, 65, was arrested in December 2015 during a traffic stop when Cpl. Shelby Riggs-Hopkins saw flakes of glaze on his car’s floorboard and thought they were pieces of crystal meth.

A series of roadside tests came back positive for the illegal substance.

Rushing spent 10 hours in jail on a possession of methamphetamine with a firearm charge before posting a $2,500 bond, the Sentinel reports.

A different test later proved the substance was sugar from the Krispy Kreme doughnuts he’d eaten.

Riggs-Hopkins was given a written reprimand for making an improper arrest.


A Nampa couple faces a number of injury to child charges after police say they found children living in a house infested with thousands of cockroaches and hundreds of spiders.

Officers were dispatched to a home in the 400 block of North Bailey Ave. in Nampa late Thursday afternoon on a report of a welfare check. A reporting party told police she had received second-hand information that the house could be infested with cockroaches.

According to reports, as the two officers approached the house, they could “smell a very pungent or odor of urine emitting from the residence … and (when) looking in the front window, (saw) cockroaches crawling on the sofa.”

A resident -– later identified as Eugene Bergener, 50 -– allowed officers to enter and search the house.


The mother and step-father of a 15-year-old girl are in jail after allegedly assaulting and kidnapping the teenage boy they found in their daughter’s bedroom. Police are saying it was a hate crime.

According to San Bruno Police the 15-year-old’s biological dad Luisandor Suarez, her mom Haydee Arguello and step-dad Wilfredo Amaya physically abused a 17-year-old African American boy for 30 minutes and threaten to kill him with a deadly weapon.

The three suspects were booked into the San Mateo County Jail facing multiple felony charges related to committing a hate crime, kidnapping, and assault with a deadly weapon and criminal threats.

“These family members ultimately restrain the victim using a rope. Held him against his will, assaulted him multiple times and even threatened to kill him,” said Lieutenant Ryan Johansen with San Bruno Police Department.

According to San Bruno police, the crime took place on Thursday around 2:30 AM. At 12:38 PM the victim arrived at the San Bruno Police Department and reported the crime.

The 15-year-old’s oldest sister says her parents thought the boy was an intruder and acted in self-defense.

“They were so scared because they found someone in the closet. They jumped because everyone was sleeping and this guy started kicking my step-father and trying to kill him,” said Belkys Gomez.

Katherine Gomez was in the house during the incident and said she came out of her room when she heard the commotion.

“He punched her and then my step-dad, of course, is not going to let anyone hit his wife. They tried to stop him and he was acting very violent so they grabbed a rope to try to tie him down and ask him why he was at the house,” said Katherine.

According to San Bruno Police the three suspects used racial slurs against the victim while he was tied up.

“The victim reported that throughout this attack the suspected yelled at him using multiple racial slurs. He believed his race to be a motivating factor in the attack,” said Lieutenant Ryan Johansen.

We asked the sister who was in the house:

Luz: “Did they hurt him?

Katherine: “No they didn’t”

When we asked about the racial accusations Gomez responded, “It’s not true at all”

Jorge Flores lives several houses down from the where the incident took place and said he heard the screams.

“A boy screaming? What was he screaming? Like AHHHH in pain like that,” said Flores.

On Friday morning the three suspects were arrested for charges related to committing a hate crime, kidnapping, assault with a deadly weapon and criminal threats.

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Deputy Angel Reinosa fabricated a claim that he was shot Wednesday afternoon while standing in the parking lot of the Lancaster Sheriff’s station, department officials announced Saturday night.

Reinosa confessed to detectives during a follow up interview Saturday, was relieved of duty and will likely face criminal charges


The president of a Miami school’s Parent Teacher Association is accused of stealing money from a GoFundMe account she organized for a family who lost their home in a fire.

Jennifer LaCasse, 31, was arrested Wednesday on charges of organized scheme to defraud and third-degree grand theft, according to an arrest report.

The report said LaCasse, who has been PTA president at Ada Merritt K-8 Center for about the past two years, offered to help the victim when the victim’s home was destroyed in a fire in March.

LaCasse set up a GoFundMe for the victim, using a school PTA email address, and arranged for the funds to go into LaCasse’s personal bank account, the report said. By March 15, GoFundMe had deposited about $8,395.76 into LaCasse’s bank account, the report said.


Sherman Lee Brown got out of the car he was in and hit a McDonald’s drive-thru employee in the face because he didn’t receive his food fast enough.

The victim said Sherman Lee Brown was in the passenger’s seat of his girlfriend’s silver Ford Focus at about 3:20 a.m. on July 30 when he started getting angry about how long they’d been in the drive-thru line.

He got out of the Focus and began yelling at the occupants of the vehicle in front of his.

When the Focus got to the drive-thru window, Brown began screaming at the employee, calling her derogatory names and telling her to, “Hurry the (expletive) up.”

A defendant standing trial on allegations of attacking a corrections officer sucker-punched his attorney in an Arizona courtroom after the judge ordered him to leave, according to a report.

The defendant, Lamont Payne, had repeatedly interrupted the judge during the courtroom proceeding last year.

“He was swearing and rolling his eyes and making a scene,” his public attorney Vladimir Gagic said. “Just causing a commotion and being a troublemaker.”


An Indiana woman shouted ‘YOLO’ as she was arrested by police for allegedly destroying her boyfriend’s pickup truck with an aluminum bat.

Kristin Nicole Trzoski, 37, was arrested Tuesday night outside a home she shares with her boyfriend, Chad Lukas, and their two children.

Deputies from the Porter County Sheriff’s Office said the woman also threatened to burn down their home, yelled ‘YOLO (You Only Live Once)’ and laughed on her way to jail.