Robert Fadal, a Texas physician, is accused of fatally shooting a couple in his driveway Sunday after they had come over to help his mother.
The Guadalupe County Sheriff’s Office said Dr. Fadal II, 56, of Seguin, Texas, shot the couple, Anthony and Tiffany Strait, “for no apparent reason,” according to the Seguin Gazette. The couple had lived near Fadal for years, according to Anthony Strait’s brother, James. They reportedly stopped with their three children to help Fadal’s mother move some furniture just as they were on their way to celebrate Tiffany’s birthday.
The children reportedly saw their parents gunned down. Continue reading
Late last week, Mesa, Arizona mother, Lindsey Eastridge, was murdered while visiting a nail salon.
The fatal stabbing occurred at a Masa strip mall located on E Baseline Rd, Mesa, AZ 85209.
“This woman was a customer of the nail salon and she was there finishing up her appointment,” said Mesa police Det. Steve Berry, “at some point right near there, an adult male came in through the front door. The assault occurred; he went back out the front door.” Continue reading
Police officers are on the scene at Dalton High School, where a teacher is now in custody after barricading themself inside a classroom, Dalton Police spokesman said.
The teacher has been identified as Randal Davidson. The incident happened just after 12 p.m. Wednesday. Police say no children were hurt. Georgia police have not yet identified the teacher.
Police are now urging parents not to go to the school, but rather the Northwest Georgia Trade Center to pick up their children. Police first reported that a suspect was barricaded inside a classroom, and that officers responded to reports of shots fired. Those reports of shots have not yet been confirmed. Continue reading
A Gainesville man tasked to babysit is now facing two attempted murder charges Tuesday night after a shooting that injured a 1-year-old boy and his father, the Gainesville Police Department said.
Darrell Wilson, 26, fired two shots at father, Torrance Lee, while he was holding his son in his arms. The boy was hit in the face and Lee was hit in the abdomen, police said. Both are expected to survive.
Lee was in the process of dropping off his son to be baby sat by Wilson when he suddenly “got offended” after seeing the father hugging and kissing the boy.
According to Wilson’s arrest report, Lee and the boy’s mother, Naya Lee, were dropping the boy off at Wilson’s house Tuesday night to be babysat when Wilson took offence to the father hugging and kissing the boy. Wilson, who has babysat the child on several occasions and was reportedly in a relationship with Naya Lee, grabbed the boy out of Torrance Lee’s hands, according to the report. Torrance Lee got out of the car to ask Wilson what was wrong, and Naya Lee took the child from Wilson and handed him to Torrance Lee to hold, the report said. As she was doing that, Wilson got a handgun and fired the two shots, police said. Continue reading
Erica Gomez has been named as the 17-year-old Texas girl who repeatedly stabbed her newborn just minutes after giving birth. The girl then dumped the baby’s body at a neighbor’s home and went to sleep, police said.
Gomez of El Paso faces capital murder charges for the Feb. 9 killing.
According to court documents, Gomez admitted to giving birth in her bathroom, wrapping the baby in a bathrobe, and putting the body in a shed at her neighbor’s house. She then went back inside her home and fell asleep.
“I cannot understand what she was thinking or feeling,” said Erica Martinez, who told KFOX she was Gomez’s confirmation teacher. Continue reading
A threat posted to Snapchat by Southern Connecticut State University student, Nicholas Graham, has led to his arrest, and increased police presence at Fairfield schools on Wednesday.
Police say they’ve arrested Graham after he allegedly made threats after getting into an argument on the social media platform, and that he would “find them and kill them, and all of their friends.”
The Snap threat led multiple concerned parents to contact police. Continue reading
Columbus police are searching for Raheem McClam, the driver they say was involved in January’s fatal Steam Mill Rd, Columbus, GA., crash.
McClam, 19, is suspected of causing a crash that killed 31-year-old Claudia Johnson and injured six others, two of whom are still hospitalized.
The Columbus Police Department Motor Squad has issued multiple warrants for his arrest, including Homicide-1st Degree, two counts of Serious Injury, one count of Reckless Driving, one count of Speeding (84/35 MPH) and other smaller offenses. Continue reading
TerriLynn St. John has been identified as the woman who went missing after going to the front yard of her residence, say Middlesex County deputies.
St. John, 23, mysteriously disappeared from her residence Tuesday morning, leaving her young children home alone.
The young mother was last heard from around 7:30 a.m., when she went to her car in her front yard, preparing to take her children to daycare, according to family members.
The door of the home was found open and her small children were found alone inside her home.
TerriLynn St. John’s cellphone and broken necklace were found in the front yard of the family’s Middlesex County home.
St. John is described as a white female, 5’6’’ tall, 130 pounds, with blonde hair and blue eyes. She has multiple tattoos including R.J.M. on her right wrist, a princess crown on her left wrist, and a cross on her ring finger. Continue reading
Several people are being evaluated after a hazmat situation at Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall, previously known as Fort Myer Base, in Northern Virginia. It reportedly stemmed from something inside an envelope.
At least two people experienced nose bleeds after being exposed to the contents of the envelope.
Eleven people started feeling ill after a letter was opened inside the building, Arlington County Fire officials confirmed. The Fort Myer Fire Department on Twitter confirmed multiple crews are on scene at Henderson Hall Building 29, an administrative building on the base. Continue reading
Michael Lee Black of Portland has been named as the 40-year-old victim found stabbed to death inside a Happy Valley apartment on Monday night.
Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested 20-year-old Robert Matthew Fountain after the stabbing at the Hawks Ridge Apartments at 13250 Southeast 162nd Avenue.
Deputies said they originally responded around 9:45 p.m. on a report of a domestic disturbance. Continue reading