The loss of David Bowie has been tough, but his legend lives on in he and his partner, Iman‘s child, Alexandria Zahra Jones.
Jones, 17, was pictured by her mom, Iman, who until now has remained fairly private on Instagram. From time to time the proud mom shares adorable throwback to happier times with her late husband or a post devoted to her daughter.
In her latest share, she uploaded a rare picture of Alexandria in honour of her 17th birthday, saying, “The Queen of my heart Lexi Jones at 17 years old! #selfportrait #LexiLove.” source Continue reading
Police say they have discovered video from a Lorain, OH, apartment building that shows the prelude to what turned out to be a fatal encounter between Kristen Malonowski, 24, and Jeffrey Shindler, 55. Police were eventually able to identify Shindler from the video, which has not yet been released to the public.
After collecting video evidence, police responded to the Shindler’s home in Amherst Township on Sunday to serve an arrest warrant for murder. Upon officers arrival, Shindler ran to his garage and was later found suffering from a fatal self-inflicted gunshot wound.
According to police, Malonowski was fatally shot Shindler. Officers responded to an apartment building in the 4600 block of Oberlin Avenue late Saturday night for reports of shots fired. When officers arrived, police found Malinowski suffering from several gunshot wounds near the building. She was pronounced dead at the scene. Continue reading
Radio transmissions from the U.S. Coast Guard shed new light into the incident that now appears to be an assault on several individuals at sea, 45 miles south of Perdido Pass Sunday night.
After receiving a distress call, the Coast Guard sent an alarming first message with a high level of urgency, called a Pan-Pan aka, Pay Attention Now, to vessels in the area to lend any assistance they can:
Husband and wife, Amanda and William Green, were the named as the Buffalo family involved in a fatal hiking accident in a western New York gorge. The following photos of the family were discovered and posted exclusively by TheCount.com.
Amanda, 35, and William, aka, Bill, 33, were hiking with their young sons, Jacob, 7, and Alexander, 4, when the mother and father fell from the Zoar Valley Cliffs, seriously injuring the 4-year-old, authorities said.
The bodies of Amanda and Bill were discovered along with their injured son Alexander in the gorge shortly before 1 p.m. Sunday, Erie County Sheriff Timothy Howard said. Rescuers found the couple’s 7-year-old son, Jacob, walking nearby. The 4-year-old was airlifted to a Buffalo hospital, where he was listed in critical condition. His brother was also taken to the hospital to be checked out for unspecified non-life-threatening injuries. Continue reading
A turquoise 1956 Aston Martin sold at auction Friday to a mystery buyer for $22,550,000 making the sale the most ever paid for a British-made car at auction.
The record auction was called by RM Sotheby’s classic car auction in Monterey, California. After a bidding war, the Aston Martin DBR1 was claimed by an unidentified buyer who called in a bid over the phone.
It bested the previous record for a British car, set just one year ago, by a 1955 Jaguar D-Type. It sold for $21.8 million.
Via CNN: What makes a car worth $22.6 million? Continue reading
Chief Frederick Ryan reports that the Arlington Police Department is actively searching for a woman and her two children who have been reported missing. The chief stopped short of details as to how and why the mother of two went missing.
Jessica Eisnor and her two children, Stephen, 6, and Natalie, 2, were last seen in Falmouth on Aug. 18.
She is believed to be driving a 1996 green Toyota 4Runner, registration MA 4SP488.
“We are especially concerned about the safety and well being of the children in this situation,” Chief Ryan said. “If anyone has any information about where Ms. Eisnor is, we ask that they immediately contact police.”
Anyone who has seen Eisnor, or who has any information about her whereabouts, is asked to contact the Arlington Police Department at 781-643-1212 or the Falmouth Police Department at 774-255-4527.
An American middle school teacher vacationing in Mexico died Monday after she reportedly fell off a roof-top balcony while laughing too hard.
Sharon Regoli Ciferno, 50, a teacher at Charles A. Huston Middle School in western Pennsylvania, was with her daughter at a friend’s house in Mexico when she sat on a deck ledge that doubled as a bench, said her brother.
“She started laughing very hard and when she put her head back she lost her balance and fell back,” her brother, David Regoli, told the website. “She suffered multiple injuries to her body and brain.” Continue reading
The Bay County Sheriff’s Office has identified Jason Ian Price as the homicide victim killed after midnight Sunday at a CVS located on Highway 98 near the Hathaway Bridge in Florida.
A 16-year-old Arnold High School students was killed in what homicide investigators are calling a drug deal gone wrong.
Deputies said in a news release that they have arrested three people, 18-year-old Rodney Jones, 18, 24-year-old Gertavious Montrez Canada and 21-year-old Demarcus Giddens. All three men are from Auburn, Alabama.
Jones and Canada are charged with felony murder and armed robbery. Giddens is charged with an open count of murder and armed robbery. Investigators said they believe Giddens did the shooting. Continue reading
Comedy legend Jerry Lewis has passed away at age 91, according to Fox News.
Lewis was an actor, comedian, singer, film producer, film director, screenwriter and humanitarian.
He is known for his slapstick humor in film, television, stage and radio. Continue reading
Gregory Karasick, the Dan Vaden Chevrolet Cadillac General Sales Manager who was reported missing after being last seen exiting a business near his place of work on Abercorn Street late Friday evening, was found killed in a single-vehicle crash, according to the Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department.
The Traffic Investigation Unit determined that Karasick, 39, who was reported as missing on Saturday night, was the sole victim of the fatal I-516 crash.
Police believe that Karasick was on his way home on Friday evening when his vehicle exited the roadway while he was traveling along the exit ramp from I-516 to I-16. The automobile came to rest in a ravine. It was initially reported about a vehicle crash on Saturday evening that closed northbound I-516 at I-16.
It was since learned that Saturday’s road closure on I-516 was the result of officers searching for Karasick when they discovered his vehicle. Continue reading