A body found in a trash can on Cleveland’s east side has been identified as missing woman Miriam “Mimi” Johnson.
The Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner identified Johnson, 31, from Cleveland Heights, OH, as the body found. She has had been reported missing on Feb. 26.
Cleveland Heights police are still looking for 34-year-old Yaphet Bradley, who is the father of Johnson’s four children. Bradley has a history of domestic violence, Continue reading
A man who drove into Travis AFB has been identified as 51-year-old Hafiz Kazi, two sources with knowledge of the probe told ABC News.
The sources described Kazi as a “nomad” and a “vagabond,” who lived in many places.
Authorities extracted a video from his cell phone and are analyzing it to try and see if it could help point to a motive. Sources wouldn’t offer any details about the video. The FBI is holding a press conference Friday at 3:30 p.m. and will be asking the public for help and any information about Kazi. Sources say the information gathered so far still does not point to a concrete motive, with one source calling the man a “mystery” still. Terrorism, mental health issues, and everything else are still on the table as authorities try to uncover a motive.
An Iowa family of four that had been reported missing by family members after they failed to show up for a sporting event, were found dead in Mexico.
Police confirmed the deaths of Kevin, Amy, Sterling and Adrianna Sharp of Creston, Iowa. Authorities have not said how the family died but said no foul play discovered.
Their bodies were found in a condominium in Akumal, Mexico, which is near Tulum on the Caribbean coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, according to the U.S. State Department. An investigation is ongoing. Continue reading
The body of missing Nashville woman Letitia Lane has been located, say Metro Nashville Police.
A body believed to be Lane was found one day after her mother offered a $2,500 reward in the case. She went missing more than a week ago.
Police said the body was recovered in debris of a burned barn off Church Street in Gallatin. Continue reading
Tyler Miles, an executive with Schlitterbahn Kansas City water park, has been charged with involuntary manslaughter over the Aug, 2106 death of 10-year-old boy, Caleb Schwab. Caleb was decapitated while riding giant water slide Verruckt.
Miles, an operations director for Schlitterbahn, was booked into the Wyandotte County jail Friday and is being held on $50,000 bond.
Winter Prospapio, a spokeswoman for Schlitterbahn, said the company was “deeply disappointed” that an individual was charged for the “terrible accident.” Continue reading
Florida woman, Carol Stone is charged with domestic battery after being accused of attacking her husband over forgetting their wedding anniversary.
Stone, 35, was taken in custody by the Pasco Sheriff’s Office Wednesday after allegedly assaulting her husband by ‘smacking’ him ‘multiple times’ about the head, neck and shoulders, reports said.
Stone’s husband recorded the assault on his cell phone which showed her “pushing him to the ground,” and “going crazy on him,” police said. After viewing the video, deputies agreed an assault had taken place and arrested Stone on the spot. Continue reading
Relatives of a Creston, Iowa, family of four are sounding alarm bells after they say the group failed to return after departing on a trip to Mexico on March 15.
Kevin, Amy, Sterling and Adrianna Sharp were expected to arrive in St. Louis on March 21 to see a Southwestern Community College basketball game in Danville, Illinois, said concerned family members on social media.
Relatives say there has been no contact from the family since they reported arriving safe in Tulum, Mexico on March 15. Continue reading
Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Homicide Detectives say they have arrested Jason Hancock of Brownsburg, IN for his alleged involvement in the murder of Mark Michael.
Michael was reported missing and was later located buried in a shallow grave covered in concrete.
The Marion County Prosecutor’s Office will make the final charging decision. Additionally, the Probable Cause Affidavit will be available after their process is complete. Continue reading
Hartsfield-Jackson International has shuttered the wi-fi at the world’s busiest airport after a cyber attack on the city of Atlanta, and its website is degraded.
The hack left confused travelers scrambling after viewing erroneous information being streamed on the airport’s message board system.
The Atlanta airport’s website said after the cyber attack that security wait times and flight information may not be accurate, advising passengers to check with their airline for information.
There’s no estimated time to restore the service yet, according to Hartsfield-Jackson spokesman Reese McCranie. “While we aren’t directly affected by the cyberattack, we are being abundantly cautious and have taken these systems offline,” according to McCranie.
Raleigh police have arrested mother, Brianna Ashanti Lofton, after she was seen on video smoking pot with a 1-year-old.
Lofton, 20, is charged with two counts of felony child abuse, contributing to delinquency and possession of marijuana.
Police records state that the unnamed child was smoking what appears to be marijuana in the video that was recorded in either December of last year or January of 2018.