February 18, 2018

Family Member Says Man “Murdered” By Cocoa Beach Police Friday Worked For NASA

Officials say a man was killed Friday night in an officer-involved shooting at a Cocoa Beach condominium complex during an apparent domestic dispute call.

Tim Berger, 59, was shot and killed by police who were on scene investigating reports of an intoxicated man firing a gun inside a residence. Cocoa Beach Police Chief Scott Rosenfeld said officers were called to the Royal Colonial Condos on South Banana River Boulevard around 10:30 p.m. when a woman reported that her husband, Berger, was intoxicated and fired a gun inside their home.

Rosenfeld said several officers responded to the home and were violently threatened when they tried to make contact with Berger, forcing officers James Scheiner and Taylor Payne to fire their weapons. “The officers were put in a position to use deadly force,” Rosenfeld said. Continue reading

February 18, 2018

AK Cops Grim Make Discovery Bodies Of Newborn Twins In Suitcase Left In Cross Ditch

Northeast Arkansas Authorities say a suitcase containing the bodies of two newborn babies was located in a ditch bank along a Cross County road.

The Cross County sheriff’s office say they are investigating the grim discovery after twin infants were found deceased in a purple suitcase Friday afternoon.

The infants appear to be twins, Detective Sergeant Jeffrey Nichols told reporters.

Nichols said they are trying to figure out who left the babies on side of the road and that his office has identified several persons of interest. No further information was given. Continue reading

February 18, 2018

ATL UBER DRIVER ON-THE-RUN Shoots Kills Customer During Food Delivery “Words Exchanged”

A person who called UberEATS is dead and the Uber driver is on the run after a late-night shooting in Buckhead, Georgia.

UberEATS is a smartphone app used to order takeout food from restaurants. Drivers for the company pick up the food and deliver it to the customer.

According to police, 30-year-old Ryan Thornton of Atlanta ordered food using the UberEATS app and as he was walking away from the driver, words were exchanged between the two. This happened around 11:30 p.m. on Saturday February 17. That’s when police say the driver fired several shots, striking Thornton several times. The driver fled the scene in a white Volkswagen. At the time, police have not made any arrests. Continue reading

February 18, 2018

LIFE ALERT FAIL: SC Woman 85 Brutally Raped After Attacker Tells Agency “Everything’s OK”

An 85-year-old South Carolina woman who was brutally attacked and raped in her northeast Columbia home on Valentine’s day called for help by pushing the button on her Life Alert bracelet only for her attacker to take over the conversation, and tell operators, “everything is fine.”

The woman’s cry for help went unanswered after deputies say, Marquille Rondale Livingston, 36, took over the conversation and told the agency, who is famous for the line “I’ve fallen and I can’t get up,” that everything was “okay.”

After brutally beating and sexually assaulting the senior on Valentine’s Day, deputies say Livingston stole cash and the woman’s watch. Continue reading

February 18, 2018

SHOCK RECALL: FDA Says Drug Used To Euthanize Dogs FOUND IN PET FOOD

A shocking recall is claiming the drug used to euthanize animals has been found in canned dog food.

Detectable levels of the drug pentobarbital were discovered in cans of Gravy Train dog food produced by the J.M. Smucker Company, the FDA said in a statement Friday.

Pentobarbital is most commonly used as a sedative, anesthetic or to euthanize animals, it said.

“Pets that eat pet food containing pentobarbital can experience drowsiness, dizziness, excitement, loss of balance, nausea, nystagmus (eyes moving back and forth in a jerky manner) and inability to stand. Consuming high levels of pentobarbital can cause coma and death,” it said. Continue reading

February 14, 2018

At Least 50 People Injured FL Active Shooter On The Loose In Coral Springs High School Mass Shooting

UPDATES: Police scanner traffic saying another suspect may be involved and on the loose. Students saying another gunman was observed wearing an orange shirt. Suspect detained: Nicholas Cruz.

At least 50 people, some of them students, have been hit by gunfire at a Florida high school. An active shooter situation is ongoing as the shooter is still on the loose, according to Coral Springs police. Authorities are investigating an incident at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland. New reports from the scene say the shooter is a fellow student. Police know his identity and are searching for the suspect.

The school located at 5901 Pine Island Road over reports of a shooting. Continue reading

February 14, 2018

“Blood Soaked” CA Teen Dragged Herself Along Road IDs Attackers Before Taking Last Breath

Lizette Cuesta of Tracy has been named as the victim of a fatal Livermore California stabbing.

Cuesta, 19, was found alive by a motorist along a California road after being beaten, stabbed and left for dead.

A man and woman were later arrested after Cuesta told the good samaritan the names of her attackers. The ID of her attackers would be the last words she would ever speak, according to motorist Richard Loadholt.

Loadholt and a friend found Cuesta soaked in blood, fighting for her life and dragging herself along the side of a road in Livermore.

They gave her a blanket and Loadholt said he prayed with Cuesta and kept her awake and talking until help arrived.

“I hope it will be encouraging to her family to know that their daughter did have that spirit to fight,” Loadholt said. Continue reading

February 14, 2018

WATCH: Actor Luke Wilson Involved In CA Fatal Ferrari Vs BMW Pacific Palisades Crash

Actor Luke Wilson was unhurt while traveling in an SUV after being involved in a multi-vehicle crash that left one person dead on Tuesday evening in Pacific Palisades, the Los Angeles Police Department said.

Pro golfer Bill Haas, who was a passenger in a Ferrari also involved in the violent crash, was said to be injured. The driver of the supercar was killed in the wreck which occurred in the posh beachside LA suburb.

Three cars were involved in the collision that happened about 6:30 p.m. in the 500 block of Chautauqua Boulevard, where a driver lost control of a Ferrari and slammed into an oncoming BMW. The BMW overturned onto its side after the impact. Haas was a passenger in the Ferrari, whose driver died at the scene. The deceased person was not immediately identified. The BMW’s driver and the six-time PGA Tour winner were initially transported to a hospital in serious condition. A source told later golfdigest.com that Haas was “not good” but in stable condition. Continue reading

February 13, 2018

Thousand Oaks Community Mourns Chabot Family Teen Daughter Who Died From Flu

Gabriella Chabot‘s father Michael says his daughter came home from school in late January complaining of flu symptoms. Two weeks later, the otherwise healthy 14-year-old was dead.

Michael says his bright-eyed and bubbly daughter died so unexpectedly from complications of the flu that it’s shaken many who knew her to the core. Matter of fact, over 1,000 people showed up to the Saint Maximilian Kolbe Catholic Church in Thousand Oaks to say their goodbyes to the popular teen.

It was standing room only as more than 1,000 mourners gathered at Saint Maximilian Kolbe Catholic Church in Thousand Oaks to celebrate the life of 14-year-old Gabriella Chabot, who died suddenly of flu complications. Continue reading

February 13, 2018

Oh My Gross! ULTA Chain Accused Of Reselling Returned Makeup

A new lawsuit filed in Chicago last week alleges that beauty giant Ulta has been repackaging and reselling used makeup to its unsuspecting customers for years.

Attorney Tom Zimmerman told ABC7, “It is widespread knowledge that this practice has been occuring at Ulta for years.

Zimmerman represents Meghan Devries, a Chicago woman who works in the beauty industry. She became suspicious about some of the products she purchased from Ulta.

A woman claiming to be a former Ulta employee first brought the allegations to light in early January.

Posting under the Twitter handle @fatinamxo, she wrote that whenever a customer returned a product, employees were instructed by Ulta to repackage or reseal the item and put it back on the shelf for sale. This practice, she said, included everything from makeup to hair and skincare products to fragrances as well as hairstyling tools. Continue reading