The body of a man found on Lake Jordan has been identified Dustin “Levi“ Ragan of Wetumpka. He was last seen fishing on the shoreline near the dam.
The Elmore County Sheriff’s Office confirms Ragan, 25, of Wetumpka was recovered from Lake Jordan which is about three miles from the Jordan Dam Sunday afternoon.
Authorities were forced to suspend the search for the Ragan due to flood waters, but the search resumed Sunday. Continue reading
Police are conducting a “violent death investigation” after Boiling Springs, SC., senior, Boyce W Pye, was found dead in his home on Sunday.
According to Spartanburg County Coroner Charles Clevenger, his office responded around 7:04 a.m. to a residence on Toll Road in Boiling Springs with investigators.
After arriving, Clevenger said they found Pye, 67, deceased with extensive blunt force injuries on his bedroom floor.
Auburn police have identified the two people found dead inside a home Saturday as Schnauzer breeder, Kimmerly Gray, and her husband Daniel. Police are now investigating the case as a homicide.
According to Auburn police, they were responding to a welfare check at a home in the 700 block of Hunters Court, off Richland Road.
Upon arrival, police found the bodies of 40-year-old Daniel Gray and 38-year-old Kimmerly Gray. They were pronounced dead around 2:45 p.m. Continue reading
St. Louis County Police are seeking St. Louis County Justice Center inmate, Bruce Brutsman, who escaped after being transported to an area hospital after claiming he had swallowed a battery Saturday.
Brutsman, 36, was removed from the Justice Center to a hospital for treatment after allegedly swallowing a battery. While under emergency room care, he escaped on foot from the County Correctional Officer monitoring him.
Investigators believe Brutsman stole vehicle from the 5800 block of Hampton Avenue after escaping. Be on the lookout for a white, four door, 1997 Toyota Tercel with Missouri plates SK8R4K. Continue reading
The following is a press release from the Albemarle County Police Department on the Cavanaugh brothers murder suicide:
Albemarle County Police Officers responded to a shots fired call around 4 a.m. Sunday in the 3500 block of Creels Mill Road, which is off Gilbert Station Road in Barboursville.
When officers arrived, they found 26-year-old Jordan Cavanaugh-Jackson of Barboursville shot to death. Continue reading
Jerik Christian Wynn of Anderson, NC., has been identified as the man who shot himself in Greenville County, North Carolina Saturday morning.
Deputies say, they located a gunshot victim at the QT gas station on Grove Road in Greenville County Saturday morning.
Greenville County Deputies said that prior to the shooting,Wynn, 21, and a 20-year-old Brandon James Manley (pictured below) had been driving in a vehicle and handling a firearm. Continue reading
The public’s help is needed in bringing attention to a missing man from South Carolina. 24 year old Seth Thomas, a University of South Carolina School of Medicine student, has gone missing in the Andes Mountains of Peru while on a medical outreach mission trip. Seth was last seen on Friday, June 23, 2017 around 2:00 pm in the Andes Mountains in Peru.
Seth is described as a white male with short, dark brown hair, brown eyes, 6’2″ tall. When last seen, Seth was wearing a black coat, blue jeans, grey and brown shoes, According to friends and family, Seth is an excellent student, a leader in his USCSoM classes, and someone who genuinely has a heart of gold. Because this disappearance is out of the country, we will need even more people to put pressure on the media to cover it and expose this to many people.
Thomas is a white male with brown hair and brown eyes. He is 6’2″ and around 200 pounds. He disappeared after leaving for a hike Friday afternoon. Continue reading
Bridgette Smith was arrested in Florida this week in connection with body parts of two infants found under a house in North Carolina.
Smith, 41, was taken into custody Wednesday in Jacksonville on a fugitive warrant. Police found her at the Hawkins Motel in Baldwin, FL. Warrants revealed Smith may have been pregnant 10 times, but reportedly covered up her pregnancies when people asked about them.
Smith was arrested and charged with failure to report a death after police found body parts of two infants under a house in Smithfield, North Carolina, in April 2016. The body parts were found wrapped in towels in two separate bags under the home, according to court documents.
A resident found the bags when he was running a cable under the home.
Police have arrested 81-year-old Texas grandmother, Nancy Strader, after she lead Texas officers on a
harrowing crawling 25-miles an hour car chase, according to crimeonline.
Denton police stopped Strader after motorists reported her driving the wrong way early Thursday morning. Though she did pull over, she refused to exit her vehicle and drove away, evading authorities and beginning a car chase that topped out at 25-miles an hour.
Strader allegedly drove about three miles—ignoring emergency lights sirens—before stopping again. This time, two officers took knives to her tires so she couldn’t take off and broke a window to extract her from the vehicle, according to Dallas News. Continue reading
A rumor is swirling in D.C. and beyond that Liberal U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy will announce his retirement on Monday, June 26.
Chronologically, and by that we mean, sooner than later, Justice Kennedy, 80, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 84, will need to retire their esteemed positions on the Supreme Court, but sources say the pressure has been on now for over a month for an official announcement from one or both of the supreme law makers.
In May, author/political consultant Roger Stone predicted Justice Kennedy will retire soon paving the way for President Donald Trump to appoint his second SCOTUS judge. Continue reading