Under a new bill introduced Monday, New York would become the first state in the nation to fully legalize and regulate sex work.
Under a new bill introduced Monday, New York would become the first state in the nation to fully legalize and regulate sex work.
Attempted murder charges have been filed after deputies said 47-year-old Lorie Morin of Cocoa, Fla. shot a man because he was making too much noise while sleeping.
When Police arrived at her home on Emerald Lake Drive, Morin and her boyfriend told them the shooting was an accident.
The man was taken to the hospital where he is still recovering from his injury but is in stable condition.
A Florida man told investigators he punched an automatic teller machine because it gave him too much cash.
An arrest report says 23-year-old Michael Joseph Oleksik man caused about $5,000 in damage to an ATM at a Wells Fargo bank branch in Cocoa on Nov. 29. He was arrested Dec. 22 on a criminal mischief charge after bank officials decided to press charges.
Florida Today reports surveillance video captured Oleksik pummeling the touch screen.
A Pasco County woman was arrested Monday after getting into a fight over cat food.
46-year-old Shawna Smith got into an argument at her home with another woman Monday night
During the argument, deputies said Smith grabbed the victim from behind and threw her to the ground. She then started scratching the other woman.
he victim received several scratches on her arm and neck.
Smith was charged with battery.
She is currently being held in the Pasco County Jail.
ESCAMBIA COUNTY, Fla. (WEAR) — A man has been arrested after he attempted to run over his son with a truck because the son didn’t want to take a bath.
According to an arrest report from the Escambia County Sheriff’s, a witness called police after he said he could hear loud outbursts of yelling and a vehicle accelerating at high speeds.
The witness stated when he walked outside to see what was happening when he saw a young man running, trying to avoid a person, later identified as Joseph Riley, driving a truck who appeared to be following him, according to the report.
The report said the victim came to the witness’s house for help out of fear his dad was going to run him over with his truck.
According to the report, the victim stated his father had asked him to take a bath numerous times and when he didn’t comply with his father, Riley threatened to spank him with a belt.
The victim did not wish for that to happen so he left the residence, at which time Riley climbed into his truck and started chasing him, according to the report.
The report also revealed the victim saying Riley had been drinking that day.
When Riley was interviewed by police he appeared intoxicated and had a hard time standing by himself, according to the report.
Riley wouldn’t cooperate with officers and became aggressive by lunging at the deputies, according to the report.
He was arrested and charged with domestic violence for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
Riley was taken to the Escambia County Jail.
He will have a Circuit Court date on February 28.
A Rochester man on the run from police for more than a year was arrested after participating in a television interview.
The Ontario County Sheriff’s Office says that Anthony Lamarca was facing third-degree grand larceny charges and was on the run for more than a year.
The 39-year-old was located after he was interviewed on the morning show Good Day Rochester, where he was shown working as a bartender at a Lawrence Street bar in Rochester.
Lamarca was taken into custody on Friday and will answer the charges at a later date in Ontario County Court.
Gender politics aside, that person isn’t stable.
Kenneth David Crumpton Jr., 36, has been charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon after Nassau County deputies say he stabbed a woman in the head with a fork in a dispute over a baked potato.
Marion County woman faces a first-degree murder charge after she hid drugs in her vagina and smuggled them into jail, where a fellow inmate died after ingesting them, authorities said Tuesday.
Jeniffer Lane Patrick, 24, of Summerfield was arrested on drug charges Sept. 7, according to the Marion County Sheriff’s Office. Surveillance video from a holding cell at the jail showed Patrick handing something to inmate Lorraine Gardner, deputies said.
Gardner, 22, held the substance to her face and quickly showed signs of distress, authorities said. She became unresponsive, and jail officials were not able to resuscitate her.
The medical examiner determined that Gardner died from a mix of heroin and fentanyl.
Detectives reviewed jail video and phone calls between Patrick and her boyfriend, 49-year-old Scott Derringer, after the incident. They said both made incriminating statements.
Patrick also was charged with smuggling contraband into a detention facility and possession of heroin. She is being held without bond at the Marion County Jail.
Derringer was charged with solicitation to possess fentanyl.
Because why not. Stay for the bonus clip at the end.
With sightings of a ‘lost city’ in the sky, could a universe parallel to our own actually exist? Alltime Conspiracies investigates.
Google Maps isn’t just for directions anymore — it can also end your marriage.
According to Australian outlet News.com.au, a man caught his wife cheating while searching for a location in Google Maps street view. He was using the app to decide on a tourist destination to take his wife to on vacation and stumbled upon a woman in an outfit he recognized.
While navigating down the Bridge of Sighs in Barranco, Peru, he saw the woman was sitting on a bench with a man, reclining with his head in her lap. Both of their faces are blurred, as is customary when Google street view cameras capture a person. While the view only shows a still image, the woman appears to be stroking his hair.
The man quickly realized it was his wife based on the clothing and other physical characteristics.
The son of the Death Row Records boss, Suge J. Knight, made the claims on his Instagram suggesting that the fatal shooting in Las Vegas on 7 September 1996 was staged. Speculations is Fidel Castro ordered rapper’s passage to Cuba
540 packages of cocaine hidden inside a shipment of bananas ended up at the arm of Texas government that administers the state’s prison system. The drugs have a street value estimated at $17,820.000, Texas investigators said. The source of the drug-laden banana shipment is being investigated by the Drug Enforcement Administration and U .S. Customs and Border Protection, Texas authorities said.
A Wisconsin woman was caught on camera slipping out of her handcuff and escaping a police station. But freedom was fleeting for Amber Gonzales, 30, who was arrested by police only an hour later after returning to the same hotel where she had been arrested for prostitution.
Police in Washington state searching for two males caught on camera ignoring a store clerk who collapsed in front of them from an apparent medical issue, choosing instead to step around him to rob the store.
A 14-year-old boy says he was arrested at the Warren Theatre in east Wichita because his pants were sagging.
Alonzo Taylor Jr says he went to the East Warren 20 with a group of friends when the manager approached him about his pants.
“A couple of seconds after leaving the concessions counter, the manager walked up and said to pull up your pants or you’ll be escorted,” Taylor said.
He says he couldn’t find a belt to wear and his pants began sagging while he was carrying a drink and popcorn.
Fox News commentator Tomi Lahren was doused with water by a woman while she was having brunch with her mother in a Minneapolis restaurant on Sunday.
Video footage of the incident shows an unidentified woman flinging a cup of water at Lahren and her mother as they were leaving the rooftop of UNION Restaurant in downtown Minneapolis.
The clip appears to have been recorded on Snapchat. It includes the captions ‘Lol’ as well as an emoji showing hysterical laughing.
The caption on the bottom of the screen reads: ‘Throws a drink on Tomi Lahren hahahaha.’
You’d think that pulling into a gas station and leisurely getting out on foot would tip off the seasoned newsmen at KTLA that you are not in fact the suspect in a police chase.
A Denver woman was cited for allegedly heating up urine in a 7-Eleven microwave to the point that it exploded, damaging property.
Angelique Sanchez, 26, was found at the Concentra Health Clinic just a half-mile north of the 7-Eleven that she was said to have visited in Aurora, Colorado.
A police report from the Aurora Police Department dated May 3 states that the woman needed to take a physical and had to do a urinalysis for a job prospect.
Anika Witt, 27, pleaded guilty to felony charges as part of sentence agreement
During an appearance in Circuit Court in McLean County, Illinois, Anika Witt, 27, copped to a pair of felony charges as part of a plea agreement that requires her to testify at trial against an acquaintance with whom she was arrested last September.
The serial criminal was stopped with Clinton McDonald, 29, on Interstate 55 just north of Bloomington. Ecstasy and heroin were found in their car.
This would not have been pretty but hey, now its a great little memory
Many people have done it; sent a text to someone that was meant for someone else. Well, one Maryland woman did it and now her humiliation has gone viral.
The Baltimore woman named Zoe accidentally sent her boyfriend the text she’d meant to send to a friend of hers confessing her inner dilemma for cheating on that boyfriend, identified as Jordan McNelly.
She was apparently trying to get advice from said friend, but inadvertently sent it to her lover of two years. He put it on blast via Twitter.
Her illicit message detailed how she’d planned to see her forbidden lover behind Jordan’s back because ol’ Jordo had to work. But when he realized he was off that day, she had to cancel her plans quick.
“I don’t wanna let my other guy down,” she wrote. “I feel so bad BC I’m letting them both down BC I’m a stupid whore. And I’m so sad, and I already waxed my entire fucking body to fuck this dude HELP!”
You see, Jordan had been working 60+ hours a week to save up the money for he and Zoe to go to Florida together. He then confronted her about the message and she threw out a story claiming it was a dream she was recounting.
He dumped the girl and took to Twitter to publicly shame his now ex-girlfriend.
That tweet now has tens of thousands of re-tweets and messages of support from random people across the Internet.
Unfortunately, an online supporter of Jordan’s has taken the brunt of Zoe’s shame. Why? Her name is Zoe too.
Zoe Friedel, was luckily amused after she became the target of trolls who’d confused her with the cheating lover.
Jordan quickly attempted to clear up the misunderstanding for her. “Zoe doesn’t have twitter so can y’all please stop harassing everybody named Zoe?” he pleaded.
A lot of the time these helicopters do follow the road to get to their location.
Hence why asking a truck driver for directions may be a good idea.
Also snow storms can absorb radio.
A Florida woman who stands accused of performing illegal surgeries on a man, leaving his penis disfigured, reportedly accepted a plea deal and will serve prison time.
49-year-old Nery Carvajal pleaded guilty Wednesday to performing medicine without a license and was given just over three years in prison.
The victim had gone to her for facial treatments and butt injections, but then returned for a penis enlargement.
Ms. Carvajal injected his penis with an unknown substance meant to make his penis bigger and thicker.
She was arrested back in 2015 at Miami International Airport when she returned from Colombia.
She was charged with one count of unlicensed health care treatment, and two counts of practicing without a license,.
She was working out of a warehouse with an unlicensed surgeon identified as Mark Schreiber. He was arrested a month earlier than Ms. Carvajal.
The victim told authorities that heâ€™d sough her and Schreiber’s assistance because his penis was less than an inch long, rendering him unable to have sex.
Ms. Carvajal will have to serve three years probation after her release, under the plea deal.
An Arizona man made a bizarre choice during a police chase Wednesday night, where he was the suspect in an aggravated domestic violence case; he stopped by an In-N-Out Burgerâ€™s drive-thru.
35-year-old Joshua Adkins appeared to order food, but then drove away without picking it up and got out of his truck a short time later. He then ran into a backyard and tried to get into a house through a back door.
When he couldn’t get in, he surrendered to police and was taken into custody.
He was charged with unlawful flight from law enforcement, aggravated assault-domestic violence, and unlawful imprisonment.
A Pennsylvania mother has been arrested and charged after she killed her 17-month-old son, then sent a video message of the boyâ€™s body to his father during an argument.
21-year-old Christian Clark has been arraigned for the murder of 17-month-old Andre Price III, as well as the attempted murder of his two-year-old sister, Angel.
Ms. Clark was arguing with the boyâ€™s father, Andre Price Jr., for over two hours via text messaging when she started sending increasingly violent messages starting at around 9 p.m. Tuesday. She was reportedly upset at having to clean up toilet water that the children had spilled, and because she believed Mr. Price had left for work earlier in the day to have sex with another woman.
Two of the dozens of texts sent to Mr. Price were â€œYa kids ainâ€™t safe here I donâ€™t want them hereâ€ and â€œAnswer me or im going to jail for child endangermentâ€ [sic]. But at 10:01 p.m., she sent the most disturbing one: â€œIâ€™m killing them,â€ which had a laughing-til-it-cried emoji.
At 10:14 p.m., she sent the first video. It showed the two kids lying face-down. She narrated it with, â€œAhh, look. Angel is still alive and sweating. Your son, on the other hand, is not even breathing, I wish I could keep the camera still.â€
At 10:19 p.m., she sent another video which showed her grabbing Angelâ€™s head, causing the girl to cry. When she grabbed little Andreâ€™s head, he didnâ€™t respond at all.
She says in this video, â€œFirst of all, she is clearly fine, because watch, see she is not dead. Him, on the other hand, he doesnâ€™t budge. So you might want to call the ambulance.â€ One minute later, she texted, â€œAll cus you wanted to go (have sex with) her & come here when you like.â€
At 10:23 p.m. she admitted to being responsible for the innocent toddlerâ€™s death, with, â€œIm sure itâ€™ll hurt me one im sitting in jail & you got all the evidence you need to I canâ€™t even say he suffocated in his sleep or say idk what happened.â€ [sic]
During the entire back-and-forth, Mr. Price only replied six times. At one point, he promised to take a bus home, but at other times seemed to ignore Clarkâ€™s threats to his kids. But at 11:09 p.m., when she sent a video of her picking up the boyâ€™s limp body by the arm and throwing him on the bed, Price asked her to try to revive him.
â€œTry to wake him up I said hold him,â€ he texted at 11:10 p.m.
â€œIts okay Im dialing 911,â€ Clark replied.
â€œYou need to if he dead,â€ Price said.
No charges are expected to be filed against Mr. Price, but it hasnâ€™t been ruled out, as the investigation is ongoing.
Ms. Clark denied killing the young boy until police interviewed her again at their headquarters and told her theyâ€™d seen Priceâ€™s phone and everything sheâ€™d sent.â€œ She then admitted sheâ€™d smothered the boy by holding him face-down on the air mattress for about a minute.
A Florida teacher was arrested and charged Friday on a slew of charges after she was found to have exchanged a staggering 129,000 inappropriate texts with a female student.
44-year-old Alyson London,Â a physical education teacher at Apopka Memorial Middle School, started messaging the 14-year-old student last year. She used SnapChat and Kik to do so, and the relationship grew from there.
Police discovered that most of the plethora of messages were sexually explicit in nature, including discussions about sex, rape, drugs and abuse.
She was taken into custody Friday on charges that included solicitation to commit sexual battery, failure to report child abuse as a mandatory reporter, and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
Both the student and Ms. London deny having had any kind of sexual relationship.
A Florida man who was already in police custody on an earlier-in-the-day domestic violence charge, decided to keep an eye out for more trouble.
54-year-oldÂ Edward Dorsey was arrested Sunday morning for allegedly hitting his wife during an argument in their home. It’s believed that drugs and alcohol played a part in that spat.
After that misdemeanor charge, he was transported to the Largo Medical Center for an unspecified treatment.
While in the emergency room, he took out his glass eye and threw it at the ER doctor and nurse.
He was told by both a cop and hospital staff not to even remove the eye, but declared, â€œI can do whatever I feel like doing.â€
The flying eye doesn’t appear to have caused any injuries and its unclear if it even hit anyone.
Mr. Dorsey was charged with battery on an emergency medical care provider and was booked into the county jail on a $30,000 bond.
A Florida man with a penchant for breaking the law bit off a chunk of his boyfriend’s ear during a spat Friday morning.
31-year-old Bruce Tolbert and his boyfriend of two years got physical (in the bad way) at a home, and pulled a Mike Tyson on the victim.
Officer Max McDonald, while on the scene, noted “a portion of the victim’s left ear was missing.” The chunk of lobe â€œremained on the ground at the scene of the incident,â€ he said in his report.
Mr. Tolbert was arrested for aggravated domestic battery and is now being held in the Pinellas County jail in lieu of $50,000 bond.
He’s been ordered to have no contact with the victim.
His priors include multiple arrests and convictions for grand theft, robbery, and carjacking.