The body of Elizabeth Salgado, the Utah woman who disappeared three years ago after last being seen leaving a Provo language center, has been found in Hobble Creek Canyon.
Provo Police said the body of Salgado was located but further details on a cause of death were not made available.
Salgado disappeared in April 2015. She was last seen leaving a class at the Nomen Global Language Center, located at 384 W Center St, Provo, UT. Salgado, originally of Chiapas, Mexico, had been living in Provo for three weeks before she disappeared somewhere along the 18-block walk to her apartment from the language center. Continue reading
President Trump, who currently dines nightly at the White House, has officially been banned from a Robert De Niro owned chain of sushi restaurants and hotels.
The liberal actor, who co-founded the “Nobu” restaurant and hotel along with celeb chef, Chef Nobu Matsuhisa, said he would not offer the President of the United States of America a meal should he happen to show up at one of Nobu’s many locations.
“Mr. Trump is barred from the establishment,” said the Raging Bull actor reported daily mail.
“I don’t care what he likes. If he walked into a restaurant I was in – I’d walk out,” said the actor, who has frequently attacked Mr. Trump, sometimes in vulgar terms calling him expletives while appearing at public and private events.
Nancy Jackson has been named as a woman sought in connect with a triple-homicide in a Los Angeles home.
LAPD has announced that Jackson, 55, is now being sought in a triple-murder investigation underway at a home in Leimert Park.
Police are looking for a person of interest in connection with the discovery of three family members found killed Tuesday evening in a Leimert Park home. An 8:20 p.m. call prompted officers to respond to a single-story house in the 3900 block of Bronson Avenue, where investigators determined that a homicide had occurred, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. The caller was the son and grandson of the victims, whose bodies were found in the bathroom of the residence. Continue reading
New York City man, Oscar Alvarez has been charged with attempted murder after allegedly stabbing his pregnant girlfriend, Liv Abreu, multiple times, then preventing the victim from seeking medical attention for at least 30 minutes before fleeing the scene, Tuesday morning.
Alvarez, 30, has been charged with attempted murder, assault and criminal possession of a weapon, after critically injuring Abreu, 30, and killing their unborn child, police said Wednesday.
Alvarez allegedly blocked Abreu from leaving the apartment or seeking medical attention for 30 minutes to an hour after the attack, according to the criminal complaint. Continue reading
A Lake Providence man is dead and several of his family members critically injured after an incident involving the mixing of unknown substances at a Louisiana residence Monday night.
Roosevelt Jones, 60, was killed, and his wife and one daughter are left in critical condition, after attempting to mix unidentified chemicals at his Lake Providence home Monday evening, said the East Carroll Parish Sheriff’s Office.
Deputies said they were called to the 100 block of Elm Street. That’s where they believe Jones was mixing chemicals that, when combined, became an explosive concoction. Continue reading
Crystal Queen has been named as the DC woman arrested in connection with the assault of two students at an elementary school.
Queen, 31, was arrested after being accused of entering the playground area of a DC area elementary school and assaulting several 6-year-old kids.
According to the mother of one boys injured in the incident, the attack was over a student passing gas during class, “somebody had passed gas in his classroom. He had sprayed some Febreze and the Febreze had got on a student,” she was told. The Febrezed student is believed to be Queen’s son. Continue reading
A 21-year-old Lake Mary woman killed late Tuesday in a crash on I-4 in Seminole County has been identified as Marissa Lybarger, the Florida Highway Patrol said.
Lybarger was traveling east on I-4 between FL-436 and FL-434 in Altamonte Springs, FL., when the fatal crash occurred, the FHP said in a report.
Troopers said Lybarger was driving a 2013 Chevrolet Malibu and failed to slow as she approached a dump truck. The front of her car hit the rear of the truck, troopers said. It’s not known if Lybarger was wearing a seat belt or if alcohol played a role in the crash, the FHP said. Continue reading
The FBI is raiding the home and storage facility of former Ohio House speaker Cliff Rosenberger, according to Dayton CBS affiliate WHIO.
Agents are reportedly at his home in Clarksville and a storage facility in Wilmington.
“We are conducting law enforcement activities in those areas,” FBI spokesman Todd Lindgren told WHIO.
Rosenberger resigned in April amid reports of an FBI investigation into lavish spending. He said that while he believes all of his actions as speaker have been “ethical and lawful,” he understands the inquiry could take some time to resolve. Continue reading
L.A. Truvillion, 25, has been identified as the man found shot dead to the area of 200 N Penn St., York, PA., around 5:50 p.m.
Police have issued an arrest warrant for the suspected shooter as Robert Johnson II, 24, of York. He wanted believed to have shot and killed Truvillion on Tuesday.
According to police, investigators quickly identified the shooter as Robert Johnson II, 24, of York. A warrant for Criminal Homicide was issued for Johnson II. L.A. Rasul Truvillion, 25, was pronounced dead at 6:14 p.m. at York Hospital. Continue reading
Antonio “Oskar” Roche has been identified as the body found by Tribal Police in Pokegama Lake.
Roché, 24, was reported missing on May 13 by his father. He was last seen the Longs Point area.
“It appears no suspicious circumstances exist at this time but we will wait for the final determination by the coroner before we announce cause of death,” LDF Tribal Police Chief Bob Brandenburg stated in a news release. “We are awaiting the results of toxicology tests, which are conducted as part of every autopsy.” Continue reading