Detroit Suspect IDed in Twitter Anti-Gay Hate Crime Video

Police believe they have identified a man sought for his participation in a disturbing video of a possible hate crime in Detroit. Steven Drake Edwards was depicted on video pulling a gun on a 23-year-old man as he left a Detroit liquor store because he believed the man was gay.

Cops say Edwards is on the run and are now asking the public’s to help in locating him. He is described as 6 foot five inches with braided dark brown hair and sporting a mustache and goatee.

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Police say Edwards recorded the alleged hate crime from the passenger side from his parked red car and posted it on Twitter. Continue reading

‘Rehab Addict’ Star Nicole Curtis Robbed Attempt Carjacked In Detroit

Nicole Curtis, star of reality show “Rehab Addict,” was robbed and the victim of an attempted carjack in Detroit. She was putting her 4-month-old child in her vehicle at the time of the crime, police said.

Curtis, who’s in town for the restoration of the historic Ransom Gillis mansion in Brush Park, was robbed in front of a downtown parking garage, police said.

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“She was parked in front of the garage at Larned and Griswold when a black Trailblazer pulled up in front of her,” Detroit Police Officer Nicole Kirkwood said. Continue reading

Nancy Grace Informs Man His Sons Is Found On LIVE TV (VIDEO)

HLN’s Nancy Grace, broke the news to, Charles Bothuell IV, the father of a missing boy, that his son had just been located in his own basement, what followed was one of the strangest few minutes in TV News history..

Bothuell’s odd reaction prompted many to question his official story.

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Charles Bothuell IV appeared stunned … Continue reading

S.W.A.T. Team With Film Crew Storms WRONG HOME Terrified Teen Watching TV

EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. — Dressed in full protective gear, a heavily armed SWAT team stormed the door, broke a front window and tossed not one but two flashbang stun grenades into the living room — all while a local television crew’s cameras were rolling — Cops invited the station to film their activities, but there was one little problem, it was the wrong house.

Stephanie Milan, 18, was in her family’s living room Thursday watching TV when the heavily armed squad of Evansville officers descended on the house. Stephanie’s grandfather and owner of the property said, “The front door was open. It’s not like anyone was in there hiding,” the still shaken grandpa said, “To bring a whole SWAT team seems a little excessive.”

After embarrassed cops got done speaking the girl’s grandmother, Louise, they could do nothing but limp away from the house determining the mortified family had nothing to do with their investigation. Duh.

Police were executing a search warrant based on an anonymous online threat against police and their families on a forums website, so they got Stephanie’s IP address with a court order — without first considering that anyone could have used the her unsecured wi-fi connection to post the online threats — Again duh.

Grandpa summed it up well, “I think it was a show of force that they are not going to tolerate this, but what about the residents and what they have to tolerate?”

Sgt. Jason Cullum, a police department spokesman, had this to say of the ridiculous raid, “It said, ‘EPD leak: Officers’ addresses given out,’ or something along those lines. There were some generalized comments about people not liking the police, and that didn’t really concern us, we brought them out and talked to them, they were released at the scene. Investigators felt they were not involved in the posting, this is a little more difficult that a traditional crime scene, because we’re dealing with the Internet. They definitely weren’t expecting (a SWAT team at the door). The reason we did that is the threats were specific enough, and the potential for danger was there. The sarg concluded, “This is a big deal to us, this may be just somebody who was online just talking stupid. What I would suggest to anybody who visits websites like that is that their comments can be taken literally.”

In this hilarious Youtube video marvel at local Indiana news as they try and spin this HUGE FAIL into a win…