August 13, 2018

Young FL Boys Mourning Death Of Mother Shot Dead In Jacksonville McDonald’s Drive-Thru

JACKSONVILLE, FL. (THECOUNT) — Jamie Marie Roque, of Jacksonville, has been identified as the mother of three young boys shot dead while waiting for an order at a McDonald’s drive-thru window.

Police said, Roque, 32, was ordering her food Friday morning when an unknown gunman shot her at least once while she wait in a vehicle outside the fast food joint located in Jacksonville.

Three young boys are mourning the loss of their mother, who police said died after someone shot her in the head as she ordered breakfast in a McDonald’s drive-thru. Continue reading

August 13, 2018

Body Found In Area Of Johns Island Where SC Porter-Gaud School Student Went Missing

JOHNS ISLAND, SC. (THECOUNT) — A body has been located in the area being searched for a Porter-Gaud School student Monday who was reported missing Saturday night.

An official with the Porter-Gaud School confirmed Monday morning that the missing teen was a student there.

At approximately 8 a.m. Monday morning, a body was found in the water near the Limehouse Bridge where crews were looking for a missing 17-year-old who fell from a boat in the area of Limehouse Landing on Saturday night, according to St. Johns Deputy Fire Marshall Rick Anewalt. Continue reading

August 13, 2018

Another WWE Star Dies: Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart Passes Away

STAMFORD, CT. (THECOUNT) — WWE officials have announced the sad news superstar wrestler, Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart, has passed away.

Neidhart, 63, best known for being part of the powerhouse of the legendary Hart Foundation tag team with his brother-in-law, Bret “Hit Man” Hart, has died. A cause of death was not provided.

WWE is saddened to learn that Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart passed away.

Best known as the powerhouse of the legendary Hart Foundation tag team with his brother-in-law, Bret “Hit Man” Hart, Jim Neidhart was also the father of current WWE Superstar Natalya.

Neidhart began his ring career after playing professional football with the Oakland Raiders and Dallas Cowboys. He was trained by WWE Hall of Famer Stu Hart in the infamous Hart Dungeon in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and earned his ring nickname, The Anvil, after winning an anvil throwing contest.

Neidhart married Stu’s daughter, Ellie, to become a member of the legendary Hart Family before making the move to WWE along with Bret “Hit Man” Hart, Dynamite Kid and Davey Boy Smith when WWE purchased Stu Hart’s Calgary Stampede Wrestling.

Initially, Neidhart and Hart were managed by Jimmy Hart as The Hart Foundation and went on to win two WWE World Tag Team Championships.

After several years of teaming with Bret’s younger brother, Owen Hart, and some singles competition, The Hart Foundation was re-formed in controversial fashion in 1997. Consisting of Neidhart, Bret, Owen, Smith and Brian Pillman, the pro-Canadian faction stirred United States crowds into a frenzy with their anti-American sermons.

Neidhart last competed in WWE in 1997 but his legacy lives on today through his daughter, Natalya, who displays her father’s signature charisma and toughness every time she steps in the ring.

WWE extends its condolences to Neidhart’s family, friends and fans. Continue reading

August 13, 2018

Dude Finds Vintage Ferrari 308 AND Lamborghini Countach In Grandma’s Barn

Reddit user, u/eriegin, claims he stumbled on a 1981 Lamborghini Countach and a Ferrari 308 in his grandma’s garage.

Sadly, Grandma says her grandson may not end up being the recipient of the vintage barn find as she’s now looking to “get rid” of the 308 and Countach in the near future. For now though they’re “not officially for sale, per se,” says granny. So, maybe sonny boy still has a chance after all.

According to one of his comments, his late grandfather had an exotic car rental business in 1989. Unfortunately, costs became too high for him to operate the company but he at least kept a Countach and Ferrari 308. The classic Italian exotic car had been resting in the “leaky” garage for over 20 years, allowing dust and rust to cover it. Continue reading

August 13, 2018

Female NYC Cabbie Caught On Viral Brawl Video Identified Perp Walked

MIDTOWN, Manhattan (THECOUNT) — Alyssa Jenna Mallett, has been identified as the cab driver arrested and charged with assault after a road rage dispute with a family in Midtown this week was caught on camera.

Mallett, 25, from Brooklyn, is accused of getting into a fight with a couple, punching the woman in a Nissan Rogue in the face and pulling her hair. Witnesses say it all started when the SUV cut off the yellow cab.

Bystanders watched and even tried to break up the fight between the two drivers as they punched each other

Authorities say the drivers got back into their cars and Mallett proceeded to ram the Nissan while two children — an 11-year-old girl and a 2-week-old girl — were inside at the time before driving onto the sidewalk. Continue reading

August 13, 2018

OK Man Shot And Killed In OK City Police-Involved Identified As Chris Stone

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK. (THECOUNT) — Chris Stone has been identified as the suspect shot and killed by Oklahoma City police early Monday morning.

Stone, 33, was shot by officers following a shooting involving an officer in southwest Oklahoma City near S. Meridian Ave and SW 29th St Oklahoma City, OK.

Around 1 a.m. on Monday, Oklahoma City police were called to a disturbance at a convenience store. Officers say they learned that a man was harassing customers and saying the store was “going to be shot up.” When an officer arrived at the scene, authorities say the suspect took off running. After a short chase, investigators say the suspect turned around and pointed a gun at the officer. At that point, investigators say the officer shot and killed the suspect. Continue reading

August 13, 2018

VA Man Identified As Victim In Sunday Night Fatal Bassett Single-Vehicle Crash

HENRY COUNTY, VA. (THECOUNT) — Michael Todd Withrow, of Bassett, has been identified as the victim killed in a single-vehicle crash Sunday night.

Withrow, 44, was operating a 1999 Chevy Blazer on Oak Level Road near Philpott Drive, when he exited the roadway for an unknown reason and struck a tree before striking a utility pole.

State police are investigating a crash that killed a Bassett man Sunday night. It happened around 10 p.m. on Oak Level Road, close to Philpott Drive in Henry County. The driver, 44-year-old Bassett resident Michael Todd Withrow, died at the scene. He was not wearing a seatbelt, according to state police. Continue reading

August 13, 2018

PA Victims In Lewisburg Sunday Night Murder-Suicide Identified

LEWISBURG, PA. (THECOUNT) — Adam Bartlett, of Lewisburg, has been identified as the shooter in a Sunday night Lewisburg murder-suicide.

Bartlett, 38, is said to have shot 50-year-old Terry Minnier, at the Kelly Meadow View Townhouse Apartments, located at, 6 Shelly Cir, Lewisburg, PA, before fleeing the scene and turning the gun on himself.

According to a release from the state police, 38-year-old Adam Bartlett, of Lewisburg, drove to the Kelly Meadow View Townhouse Apartments and hid in a wooded area near the parking lot. When Terry Minnier, 50, of Milton, exited an apartment at 10:53 p.m. to return to his vehicle, Bartlett allegedly fired a handgun several times, striking the victim and causing fatal wounds. Continue reading

August 13, 2018

Family Of “Queen of Soul” Aretha Franklin Rush To Bedside In “Grave Condition”

DETROIT, MI. (THECOUNT) — The family of “Respect,” singer, Aretha Franklin, say Monday she is “gravely ill” and holdup in a Detroit hospital.

According to reports, the crooner known as the “Queen of Soul,” is surrounded by friends and family who describe he as being on her death bed.

Showbiz 411 reported the family is asking for prayers and privacy. Continue reading

August 12, 2018

Mother Whale That Captured Nation’s Attention Now “Feeding” “Frolicking With Pod”

FRIDAY HARBOR, WA. (THECOUNT) — How about some swimmingly good news for a change?

Researchers say an endangered killer whale that drew international attention as she carried her dead calf on her head for more than two weeks is finally back to feeding and frolicking with her pod.

The Center for Whale Research in Washington state says it watched the orca, known as Tahlequah or J35, chase a school of salmon in Haro Strait west of San Juan Island on Saturday afternoon.

Sadly, the first southern resident killer whale calf born near the PNW in nearly three years died soon after birth. This endangered population is struggling against lack of food, pollution, and environmental disturbances. https://buff.ly/2LCmIOB #NoBlueNoGreen Continue reading