Kingman father of two, Christopher Charles Watson, has been arrested after biting his child and stranding her in the scorching Arizona desert without shoes or water. Watson said the incident occurred over an “ongoing argument.”
The girl told sheriff’s deputies that her father bit her hand and forced her out of his truck after driving her to the desert. The young girl said she hit her head when she desperately grabbed for the vehicle’s door handle as Watson sped away.
Watson, 28, admitted that he dropped the girl off in the desert without any water or shoes. He also said that after he returned home, he waited about 15 minutes and then went back to get her.
The victim complained of a headache and said her neck hurt. She was taken to Kingman Regional Medical Center where she was treated and released. Continue reading
On Thursday, emergency crews recovered the body of Christopher Kuchera. His body was spotted flowing in the Ohio River near the Anderson Ferry along River Road and Hillside Avenue.
The coroner’s office identified Kuchera, 23, as the victim. No cause of death has yet been provided.
Amy Rae Kuchera: “Crazy Asf man. I wake up to see my cousin Christopher Kuchera passed away ?! He was way to young man. My heart is broke for his son. Kelsey Jones if you need anything let me know.” Continue reading
Pictured is Kentucky mother of two, Stephanie Wagner, who was killed in a hit and run crash in Hopkinsville Sunday night.
Wagner, 33, was seated on the trunk of a vehicle when another vehicle, driven by, Sherita Thomas, 29, crashed into her. Thomas then left the scene. The crash occurred on East 4th Street around 10:30 p.m.
Wagner was transported to Jennie Stuart Medical Center where she was later pronounced dead.
Thomas taken into custody a short time later and charged with murder, tampering with evidence, DUI and leaving the scene of the crash. Continue reading
Two Elk Ridge parents are in jail after giving an opioid drug to their newborn daughter the day she was born. They face drug distribution and child endangerment charges.
The Utah County Sheriff’s Office released the following statement on the arrest of parents, Colby Glen Wilde, 29, and Lacey Dawn Christenson, 26, who are accused of rubbing opiates on their newborn’s gums in an effort to mask the child’s addiction.
On June 26, 2017, a few minutes before 3:00 PM, Spanish Fork Police responded to a report of a theft in progress at Walmart in their city. Walmart employees reported that the suspect entered the store and had with him his two-month-old daughter in a car seat, which was in a shopping cart. Witnesses saw the suspect take items from a shelf and walk directly to customer service and return the items as if he had purchased them. Continue reading
Country music fans are mourning the death of rising singer, Abby Uecker, who was killed early Sunday morning. She was 25.
Uecker, aka, Abby Nicole, died after an accident at the Thayer County Fairgrounds where she had recently performed with her band.
According to local news sources, authorities responded to a report that a woman was injured near the racetrack while riding in a utility task vehicle (UTV). The victim was transported to Thayer County Health Services in Hebron where Abby Uecker, of Norfolk, was pronounced dead. An investigation is ongoing. Continue reading
18-year-old Stockton, CA., woman, Obdulia Sanchez, is in jail accused of livestreaming a DUI crash on Instagram Friday. At one point in the now viral video, Sanchez films while next to a dead crash victim, identified as her 14-year-old-sister.
Authorities say a 14-year-old died in the crash, and in the video Sanchez references the victim as her sister. The California Highway Patrol says two minors were in the back seat were not wearing seat belts.
Police say Sanchez was under the influence when she rolled her car over, into a barbed wire fence and then a field. The Merced County Sheriff says 14-year-old Jacqueline Sanchez was killed in the crash near Henry Miller Road and Highway 165. “She was in the back seat of the vehicle and allegedly unseat-belted, and upon the vehicle rolling over, it ejected her and killed her,” Sheriff Vern Warnke said. source Continue reading
The body of missing New Jersey man, Zandro Samote, was found north of the Duck-Southern Shores line, according to the Town of Duck officials.
Officials say that Samote, 45, of Bergenfield, went missing while riding a tube behind a pontoon boat in the area of 13 Soundview Trail,Currituck County, NC., around 1:05 p.m. on Saturday.
Samote was wearing a orange bathing suit, and was not wearing a life-jacket.
The Coast Guard crews arrived on scene and joined Dare County boat crews and a Dare MedFlight air crew in searching for the man. Continue reading
Raymundo Garcia, 35, from Gainesville, Georgia, has been identified as the man who died after a water rescue on Myrtle Beach Sunday, July 23rd.
The Horry County Coroner said Garcia was swimming near 24th Avenue North in Myrtle Beach.
In an email, Lt. Joey Crosby says Garcia was “in the ocean… with a young family member when a wave crashed over him.”
A lifeguard from John’s Beach Service and a family member rescued him.
The lifeguard, an off-duty emergency medical technician (EMT), and a police officer proceeded to perform CPR on Garcia, the email says.
Garcia was taken to Grand Strand Regional Medical Center where he died because of the incident.
A West Memphis father in desperate search for his 13-year-old daughter, says he thinks the missing girl may have left winningly with a man driving a white van.
Taniya Hollins has been missing now for over a week and now the family speaking out, telling reporters they think the young girl definitely ran away, but maybe willingly with a man in a van.
Floyd Handy, father of the missing 13-year-old, told FOX13 he believes Taniya is with an unknown man who drives a white van. He said there have been several sightings, falling short of a description of the man who he says was last seen driving with the girl. Continue reading
A truck carrying three people in Sevierville, TN., flipped over several times, ejecting one of those inside. The ejected passenger has been identified 18-year-old passenger Bradley J. Gattis of Seymour, Tennessee. Gattis died on scene.
Preliminary reports found that the vehicle was likely speeding and rolled several times before coming to a rest.
The driver of the vehicle was identified as 21-year-old Andrew S. Hoffman of Seymour. Seymour received what appeared at the scene to be minor injuries. A second passenger, 17-year-old Elisha C. Whaley of Seymour, was ejected from the vehicle and received serious injuries. Whaley and Hoffman were transported to the University of Tennessee Medical Center via Lifestar air ambulance Wednesday night. Continue reading