VIA: A search warrant was served Wednesday in the case of a 13-year-old Vail, AZ., girl found dead in the desert three weeks ago.
Sgt. Pete Dugan said the warrant was in the 12000 block of East Buchman Canyon Drive in Vail, the home of Jayden Glomb, whose body was discovered May 11, one day after she was reported missing.
Jayden was found dead in the 10100 block of South Steve Street near Mary Ann Cleveland Way between Empire and Cienega high schools, east of Houghton Road. She was reported missing the night before at about 10:30. Continue reading
Friendship, TX., police commissioner Johnny Elmore was indicted Tuesday by a Crockett County grand jury after a two-month undercover drug investigation showed he was selling Hydrocodone and Alprazolam from his home and also by delivery, according to a release from the West Tennessee 28th Judicial Violent Crime and Drug Task Force.
Elmore, 77, was caught red handed after selling the prescription drugs to undercover agents assigned to investigate. Friendship is a city in Crockett County, Tennessee. The population was 668 in 2010.
Elmore previously served as Friendship police chief for 26 years. He also told agents he was recently re-elected as a city councilman and that he has served as the city’s police commissioner for the past eight years.
Agents began investigating Elmore in early April after receiving information that he was selling prescription narcotics, according to documents.
Agents purchased Hydrocodone and Alprazolam from Elmore in his home and also by delivery, the release states.
Investigators also executed a search warrant at Elmore’s home where they reportedly found a handgun as well as a blue police light in a pickup truck Elmore used for delivering drugs.
Friendship is located in Crockett County which is located on the Edwards Plateau in the U.S. state of Texas. As of the 2010 census, its population was 3,719. The county seat is Ozona. The county was founded in 1875 and later organized in 1891.
It’s not the first time a member of Tennessee law enforcement has been accused of selling drugs, in 2015, Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security officials arrested Trooper Mark D. Williams on drug charges.
TMZ just released a new BodyCam video showing the scope and sheer horror inside Pulse nightclub in Orlando, when a lone gunman slaughtered 49 people before killing himself.
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Sharp as a tack Judge Jeanine took to Youtube to share her feelings on why she does not accept Kathy Griffin’s “fake” apology. Griffin was featured on video holding the severed head of President Trump.
“You’re causing harm, not only to the nation, but to the first family and an 11-year-old boy” Jeanine said in the one minute seven second video.
The good judge points out that Griffin started her videotaped apology by saying she is “just now seeing the reaction.” Jeanine went on to note that “even Don Rickles wouldn’t do that!”
Can you say “hypocrite?” Kathy Griffin certainly should..
Reportedly, Griffin was close to Trump when she appeared on his show The Apprentice as a guest.
If you remember, in the above mentioned episode, the contestants had to organize either a dinner gala for 500 followed by a Liza Minnelli concert or a golf tournament for 120 with, you guessed it, Kathy Griffin.
David P. Kielbowick Jr., an award winning science teacher at James River High School in Chesterfield VA., is under arrest, charged with sexually assaulting and producing child pornography involving a girl related to him.
In 2005, Kielbowick, 53, was awarded the coveted “NAGT Outstanding Earth Science Teacher Award,” recognising excellence in science. He also wrote a passage in the Alumni News from the IUP Geoscience Department GEO-TIDINGS in 2001:
David Kielbowick ‘88 New update from the ultimate oceanography student (my grades were always below sea level). Went to teach a military seminar in Vilnius Lithuania in November. I received a nice letter of appreciation through the American Embassy in Lithuania. Then off to Germany on the 26th of March…biggest deployment of Pennsylvania guard troop since the Korean War for a big computer wargame exercise called Warfighter. Continue reading
Comedian Kathy Griffin was scheduled to perform at the Sunset Center in Carmel in October. But that’s today, and a lot can change in a day, much less several months.
After the recent controversial photo of Griffin holding a bloody head resembling President Donald Trump, the Sunset Center released this statement on its social media page:
” Sunset Center does not endorse or condone the actions of performers scheduled in our theater. We apologize for any angst this has caused any of our patrons or supporters. We are in contact with Ms. Griffin’s representatives and hope to have additional information soon.” h/t
Tickets for other shows are available for purchase on the Sunset Center’s website, but tickets for Griffin’s Central Coast show are not.
Kathy Griffin has enjoyed roles on hit sitcoms such as “Seinfeld” and “Suddenly Susan.” And it’s also notable that the shock comedian is a two-time Emmy-winner with her own reality series, “Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List“.
But now that the fiery redhead has single-handedly wrecked her own career, let’s just say she’s amassed a nice little rainy day fund. Griffin has amassed a cozy nest egg with an estimated net worth of about $20 million dollars.
In 2001, Griffin married Washington D.C. native Matt Moline. The marriage lasted until 2006. Griffin was romantically linked to Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak when they attended the 2007 Emmy Awards together. In 2011, Griffin announced on Howard Stern’s radio show that she was romantically involved with actor and former NFL practice-squad player Isaiah Mustafa. Continue reading
ADT Home Security is reportedly one of the first companies that will be dropping its ads from CNN due to Kathy Griffin‘s obscene video depicting a beheaded Donald Trump..
Folks on social media outraged by Griffin’s beheaded President Trump Photo called on the security firm to withdraw its adverts from the news giant’s airwaves.
Residents of the sleepy North suburban town of Lincolnwood, IL., are reeling over the town’s first murder since 2006 after a 16-year-old girl was charged with the fatal stabbing of Uber driver Grant Nelson early Tuesday.
Nelson, 34, was working as a driver for the ride sharing company when he was brutally stabbed at 3:22 a.m. near the intersection of Touhy and Lincoln avenues, Lincolnwood police said earlier.
The Cook County state attorney’s office has approved a charge of first-degree murder against the girl, whose name was not released by police because of her age, according to Lincolnwood police. Police said the teen was charged as an adult, and will appear in bond court at 1:30 p.m. at the Skokie Courthouse.
Nelson, a Wilmette, IL., resident, was taken to St. Francis Hospital in Evanston, where he later died, police and the Cook County medical examiner’s office said. Continue reading