Tanner Oblad, the missing autistic Utah man has been found dead, say Salt Lake police.
Oblad was found in the foothills outside Herriman, Unified Police confirmed.
Unified Police Said Oblad’s body was found in the foothills near the Friendship Trail. Detectives reported Oblad left his cell phone, wallet, and keys when he left for school. Continue reading
Here’s a running list of companies that have dropped the NRA, which essentially means, no more NRA member savings for shopping there.
The following companies have a lot to lose, especially when the public realizes that they dropped the NRA after receiving a critical tweet from a certain teen Florida survivor/ spokesman, who questioned their ongoing relationship with the gun club.
Allied Van Lines
North American Van Lines
Avis Budget Group
Enterprise Holdings (Alamo, Enterprise, National)
Starkey Hearing Technologies
TheCount.com has obtained photos of New Haven man, Stanley McLellan, who was the victim of a fatal stabbing at 106 Ivy St, New Haven, CT.
New Haven police say they are investigating the death of McLellan, 51, who they said was stabbed in the head, possibly with his own knife.
According to police, McLellan, aka, Stanley Maurice McLellan, traveled to a neighbor’s residence while wielding a knife. It was his intention to confront another man who lived there, police said.
A fight ensued and McLellan was stabbed in the head by the male resident, possibly with the knife McLellan brought with him, police said. Continue reading
Steven Winn, a North Texas youth pastor, was taken in custody Monday after being accused of child sex assault while working at the Open Door Baptist Church in Mesquite, North Texas.
Winn, 33, was arrested by police in Mesquite after being accused of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old while he was a volunteer youth pastor at the church located at 1212 S Beltline Rd, Mesquite, TX 75149.
It’s the same church that made headlines back in 2011 when a former senior pastor, Matthew Jarrell, was arrested on a rape charge in West Virginia. Reports say Jarrell committed suicide by hanging himself in his jail cell just two days after his arrest. Jarrell had been awaiting trial on rape charges in San Antonio, according to reports. Continue reading
A body has been found in the shed behind the home of a missing Georgia woman, Amanda Burnam.
Burnam, aka, Amanda Gail Peeples Burnam, reportedly walked away from the house on Sherwood BLVD about noon Dec. 16. She never returned, according to the Peach County Sheriff’s Office.
The 37-year-old was last seen wearing a T-shirt, jeans and multi-colored shoes. Her cell phone, purse, dog and identification were left in the apartment. Continue reading
Kane Jefferson, a Taunton High School student has been arrested for threatening to kill school resource officers, then return with an AR-15 assault rifle and “shoot up the school,” MA police said.
Jefferson, 18, had not attended school since the first day of the school year, after having made threats and racially-charged statements. School resource officers were notified by the administration of Taunton High that Jefferson intended to return to school Monday, say Taunton Police.
Jefferson came to school carrying a backpack around 10:45 a.m. Monday. Taunton Police say the resource officers met Jefferson at the door, but that Jefferson “had no interest in speaking with our officers and immediately became animated and non-compliant,” police said in a release. Continue reading
Suzie Hardy, former stylist for mega host and producer, Ryan Seacrest, says he sexually harassed her on a regular basis during work.
Hardy, a single mother with a preschool-age daughter says she landed the job as Seacrest’s personal stylist for “E! News” in 2006. The position provided good pay and a schedule that would allow her to pick up her child from school most workdays. But that’s when the young mother says everything changed, and not for the better.
According to a November letter from Hardy’s attorney addressed to cable channel E!, its corporate parent NBCUniveral, and Seacrest, the job became an ordeal as Seacrest subjected Hardy to years of unwanted sexual aggression — grinding his erect private part against her while clad only in his underwear, groping her private part, and at one point slapping her rear end so hard that it left a large welt still visible hours later. Continue reading
A Bill Cosby spokesman said Monday, the comedian’s 44-year-old daughter Ensa Cosby has died in Massachusetts.
The cause of death has not been officially released, but a spokesman for Cosby, Andrew Wyatt told USA Today she died of renal disease. Wyatt also released a statement saying,
“Please keep the Cosby family in your prayers and give them peace at this time.”
Ensa Cosby made headlines last year when she stood up for her father regarding the multiple sexual assault allegations, she said on Michael Smerconish’s radio show.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends at this difficult time.
Atlanta-based musician, Prentis Robinson, was named as the man shot dead Monday while recording a Facebook Live video near Wingate University‘s campus in North Carolina.
Robinson could be seen on the video walking and carrying a selfie stick when he exchanged words with another man. The man attacked Robinson, firing four shots, Union County Sheriff Public Information Officer Tony Underwood confirmed.
The unknown suspect — armed with a long gun — remained on the loose hours after the shooting.
“We’re pursuing leads and trying to figure out what this is all about,” Underwood said. Continue reading
NY Jets linebacker Dylan Donahue was arrested after causing an wrong-way accident in the Lincoln Tunnel on Monday. Cops say he collided with a bus while driving the wrong direction in the busy tunnel.
Donahue, 25, was arrested for DUI and reckless driving by Port Authority police after his Dodge Charger Hellcat entered the tunnel from New Jersey around 2 AM Monday.
Officials say he smashed into a jitney bus (a private passenger bus) which was carrying 15 passengers — 4 of whom were transported to a local hospital with minor injuries. A second bus arrived to the scene to pick up the remaining passengers — and it brought them to their next location. Continue reading