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    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A Philadelphia man accused of shooting a pregnant woman in a case of domestic violence has been charged with three counts of attempted murder and related charges. Prosecutors say Nicholas Fuentes shot the woman as she was trying to move out of their Fairhill residence on July 22. They say he also shot two adults who were helping her. A one-month-old baby was nearby and was unharmed. Fuentes was arrested in Wisconsin in late August.
    The Canadian woman charged with sending a ricin-laced letter to President Trump apparently tweeted a hashtag supportive of killing the commander-in-chief less than two weeks ago. Pascale Ferrier, of Quebec, was arrested Sunday at the border crossing between Fort Erie, Ont. and Buffalo, New York after allegedly mailing a letter addressed to Trump containing the highly toxic substance, according to CBC News. She was carrying a gun at the time of her arrest at the Peace Bridge crossing, CNN said. An account appearing to belong to Ferrier, 53, tweeted in response to a since-deleted post on Sept. 9: “I just read this tweet. I agree… Nobody did anything… It’s time to change! #killtrump.” She also allegedly tweeted the same day...
    The sheriff of a southeastern Texas county said his office received letters in the mail that contained ricin, just a day after a Canadian woman who was deported from the same county last year was arrested at the U.S.-Canada border for sending ricin to President Trump. Democratic Sheriff Eddie Guerra of Hidalgo County, Texas, confirmed Monday afternoon that four envelopes "containing the deadly toxin ricin" were mailed to him and three of his employees at the county jail. "At this time, due to a active federal investigation, I cannot make any further comments, but a media release will be sent out tomorrow. No injuries were sustained," Guerra wrote in a statement. MEDIAI can confirm that envelopes, containing the deadly...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff MCKEESPORT, Pa. (KDKA) — A local woman is accused of abducting a 15-year-old boy who she met online. Allegheny County Sheriff’s deputies arrested 20-year-old Lilandra Redman at a home in McKeesport on Wednesday night. Police say Redman met the boy online and convinced him to leave with her from his home in Illinois. Police say the two used social media and apps to talk. Officials say Redman used Uber to travel to the boy’s Illinois home on Aug. 3. The chid left a note to his parents saying he went to New York City with a woman named Jessica, law enforcement says. The two then flew back to Pennsylvania. The boy was found last...
    A woman who accused a University of Wisconsin-Madison football player of sexual assault is suing the school over its decision to reverse his expulsion and allow him back on the team after he was acquitted.   Quintez Cephus was accused of sexually assaulting two 18-year-old women on the same night when they were drunk at his apartment in April 2018. Cephus was expelled from the university following an investigation that concluded he 'more likely than not' assaulted the two women.  He was acquitted of second and third-degree sexual assault charges following a jury trial last year.  Cephus was readmitted to the university the following month and rejoined the Wisconsin Badgers football team.  A woman who accused Quintez Cephus of sexually assaulting her is suing...
    An able-bodied woman who married a disabled man with a neuromuscular disease has hit out at trolls who posted cruel comments on her wedding pictures saying that the groom must have money and that their relationship is 'some kind of joke.'  Shane Burcaw, 27, and Hannah Aylward, 24, have earned international attention for shedding light on interabled relationships, sharing their story and details of their life together on social media, including their popular 'Squirmy and Grubs' YouTube channel. Earlier this month, the Minnesota couple said 'I do' in a private ceremony in their backyard — but when Hannah proudly shared photos from the happy occasion, some commenters were quick to show the worst of themselves, writing that their marriage couldn't be real...
    The Justice Department’s move comes two months before the presidential election The Justice Department is trying to take over the president’s defense Donald Trump in a columnist defamation lawsuit councilor E. Jean Carroll, who accused the president of kidnapping her two decades ago. This government move could further delay a lawsuit in which Carroll claims Trump could be damaging the evidence during the last weeks before the presidential election. Among these tests there is a testimony and a DNA sample to compare the dress she says she was wearing the night of the alleged rape. In a request filed Tuesday, the Justice Department said Trump was acting “within the scope ”of his work as president...
    A Hastings man was accused Thursday of selling heroin laced with fentanyl to a 50-year-old woman who overdosed and died. Jason Micheal Slattum, 41, has been charged with third-degree murder, according to charges filed in Dakota County District Court Thursday. On July 11 at 5:15 a.m., Hastings police responded to a medical emergency at an apartment complex, where they met with a man who said his wife, Michelle Cahill, of Hastings, was in their bedroom. When officers entered the bedroom, they found Cahill on the floor next to the bed, unconscious and not breathing, according to the criminal complaint. Attempts to revive her were unsuccessful, and she was pronounced dead. Officers found a brown, powdery substance on a plate in...
    A lawyer has claimed Trump groped her breast in 2006 outside a Santa Monica hotel on her final day of law school.  The woman did not want to be named but she made the claim in an interview with E Jean Caroll, another Trump accuser who has been embroiled in a legal back and forth with the president for months. The interview was published in The Atlantic on Thursday.  The lawyer claims that she and two friends had just pulled up at the hotel - which she did not name - as Trump was emerging. 'He comes in from the side and he comes around and puts his meaty arm around me and his hand goes...and so I am immediately uncomfortable...
    The woman who accused former NFL star Warren Sapp of assaulting her during a Super Bowl party has reportedly been ordered to pay his legal fees. Judge David Haimes ruled Paula Trickey’s lawyer should have withdrawn the actress’ claims since he “failed to provide any evidence whatsoever to support” the claims, according to a report published Monday by Page Six. Warren Sapp accuser ordered to pay former NFL star’s legal fees https://t.co/gRqK2vI9zI pic.twitter.com/0Tz7sR8jIf — Page Six (@PageSix) August 31, 2020 The lawyer was ordered to pay a “reasonable attorney’s fee” on behalf of Sapp. Page Six reported the fees could be up to $100,000. “This was a bullsh*t case!” Sapp told Page Six. “They tried to extort me to...
    A Union County fugitive accused of choking a relative who refused sex with him and killing another in two separate incidents was arrested with help from the U.S. Marshals in New York City, authorities said. Oliver I. Tzarax-Lopez, 20, of Elizabeth, was charged with first-degree murder, two weapons offenses, domestic violence-related aggravated assault, and strangulation, Union County Prosecutor Lyndsay V. Ruotolo said in a joint release with local authorities. Tzarax-Lopez became the target of an investigation on Aug. 1, when local police responding to an apartment on the 500 block of South Broad Street found a woman saying she was attacked and choked by him for refusing sex, Ruotolo said. Tzarax-Lopez, who remained at large, was charged Aug. 5 in the...
    The student who accused several Golden Gopher football players of sexually assaulting her in September 2016 has accepted a $500,000 settlement from the University of Minnesota. The U released the settlement agreement to the Pioneer Press in response to a routine public records request. The woman’s name is redacted in the document and little detail is provided. However, the Pioneer Press has confirmed the settlement is connected to the alleged gang rape, which resulted in the expulsion of four football players and the near-cancellation of the 2016 Holiday Bowl. According to the settlement agreement, signed in March, the unidentified “claimant” was an undergraduate student when she reported to the U that she was the victim of sexual misconduct in fall...
    Meghan Markle has been criticized on social media over her decision to continue using her royal title after insisting that all people should be 'linked not ranked' during an interview with feminist icon Gloria Steinem.  The 39-year-old Duchess of Sussex spoke about her love of the feminist phrase - and revealed during the 'backyard chat' with Gloria, 86, that she even wears it with her on a bracelet that was given to her by the activist.   However some Twitter users were quick to accuse Meghan of hypocrisy, questioning how she can promote the concept of equality in an interview during which she chose to use her royal title.   Backlash: Meghan Markle has been mocked after saying in a Q&A...
    A woman who admitted to falsely accusing two Sacred Heart University football players of rape was denied an early end to probation. Superior Court Judge Tracy Lee Dayton denied former SHU student Nikki Yovino’s request to cut her probation in half, citing the fact that Yovino previously agreed to the plea bargain that spared her a much longer jail sentence during her 2018 trial. Yovino faced six years in prison after she admitted to falsely accusing the two football players. Thanks to a last-minute plea deal, however, Yovino spent less than a year in prison followed by three years of probation, which she is halfway through. The Connecticut Post reported that Yovino wasn’t present in the court room for the...
    A "SERIAL killer who raped and murdered four women" left behind a "haunting calling card and positioned each body the same." Deangelo Kenneth Martin, 34, has been charged with the rape and murders of Annetta Nelson, Nancy Harrison, Trevesene Ellis and Tamara Jones. 2Martin has been charged with the rape and murder of four womenCredit: WDIV Nelson, a 58-year-old mother of two was found dead in March 2018, according to ClicktoDetroit. Harrison's body was discovered on March 19, with Ellis' found May 24 and Jones' June 5. During Thursday’s hearing it was unearthed that in many cases Martin allegedly left a victim’s sock and positioned each body in a particular way, the outlet reported, citing to court documents. Martin was...
    A furious 'Karen' was filmed calling a man a 'nasty Mexican dog' in a vile racist rant. A video, taken by the victim, shows the woman yelling racial slurs at him as he was walking to his car along Geneva Ave and Carter St in San Francisco. According to reports on Twitter, the victim had called her out for verbally attacking a Latino dog walker – but she proceeded to insult him as well. A furious 'Karen' was filmed calling a man a 'nasty Mexican dog' in a vile racist rant In the clip, the woman repeatedly calls the man a 'nasty Mexican dog' and follows him along the pavement. The man asks her: 'Why are you following...
    The man who plays Bailey, the mascot for the NHL’s Los Angeles Kings, has been accused in a lawsuit of sexually harassing a female member of the Ice Crew, according to a report. TMZ reported Wednesday that a woman using the alias Jane Doe accused Tim Smith, who dresses up as Bailey, of routinely directing sexual comments and advances in her direction. Smith also managed the Ice Crew and had the power to hire and fire people, according to the report. Smith allegedly cracked lewd jokes, made inappropriate sexual comments and stared at her “buttocks and breasts” on a regular basis. The woman made it clear that the comments were unwanted – and Smith retaliated by firing her from...
    NEW YORK -- Federal prosecutors announced charges Wednesday against three men accused of threatening and intimidating women who have accused R&B singer R. Kelly of abuse, including one man suspected of setting fire to a vehicle in Florida.A longtime friend of the indicted singer offered to pay a victim $500,000 to keep her from cooperating in Kelly's prosecution, authorities said, while a manager and adviser of Kelly threatened to release sexually explicit photographs of a woman who sued Kelly.A Kelly defense attorney said he had "no involvement whatsoever" in any attempt to silence witnesses."He hasn't attempted to intimidate anyone, or encouraged anyone else to do so," attorney Steve Greenberg said on Twitter. We just learned of the charging of several...
    A new magazine article has shared claims that comedian Jeff Ross engaged in sexual misconduct with a minor over two decades ago, allegations that he vehemently denies. The New York Magazine article reviews the allegations that Jessica Radtke previously made on social media, as well as new interviews with seven people who say they were aware of the relationship at the time, including Radtke's father. Radtke claims she engaged in a sexual relationship with Ross starting in 1999, when she was 15 and he was 33, and that it continued for about three years. In a statement, Ross strongly denied the allegation, saying 'I have never engaged in any sexual relationship with a minor' and adding 'I intend to take...
    A Montana man originally charged with more than 60 felony child sex crimes, including rape and possession of child pornography, was sentenced on only two charges and given a one-year sentence. William Edward Miller 51, of Great Falls, agreed to the terms of the agreement on Monday and was sentenced before Cascade County District Judge Elizabeth Best.  Under the deal, Miller pleaded guilty to a single count of sexual abuse of children, based on a photo of a 17-year-old girl that was found on his possession. He was sentenced to one-year in prison. However, the sentence was deferred as long as he completed unsupervised probation.  The girl, now 19, has been married to Miller for three months and claimed she had...
    A university professor and tattoo artist was arrested for running after a woman while naked was arrested by the Mexico City police on Thursday. Eduardo Rodríguez, who has allegedly sexually harassed at least 100 women and previously exposed himself to a schoolgirl in 2018, was taken into custody in the borough of Azcapotzalco. Authorities had been searching for the 34-year-old man who was filmed by a surveillance camera approaching a woman in the Azcapotzalco neighborhood of Claveria on May 12 in broad daylight. A naked Eduardo Rodríguez was filmed May 12 standing near his car in the Mexico City borough of Azcapotzalco and trying to approach a woman before she took off running Surveillance camera in Mexico City captures the...
    A BOY of 12 who looked "like a man in his 30s" has been arrested for the attempted rape of a 37-year-old woman. The boy - who cannot be named for legal reasons - was initially mistaken for a grown man in surveillance footage released by police. 2 The 12-year-old suspect was initially thought to be in his 30sCredit: NYPD The video shows him walking past a security camera in a dark fleece and jeans. He is accused of following a 37-year-old woman as she walked back into her apartment building at around 8am Monday morning in Queens, New York. The boy is then alleged to have pushed her to the floor and tried to tear off her clothing in...
    New York (CNN)The woman who was caught on video accusing a Central Park birdwatcher of threatening her will be prosecuted, the Manhattan district attorney said Monday. Amy Cooper, the White woman who was filmed accusing a Black man of threatening her, faces a charge of falsely reporting an incident in the third degree, according to the DA. "At this time I would like to encourage anyone who has been the target of false reporting to contact our Office. We are strongly committed to holding perpetrators of this conduct accountable," DA Cyrus Vance said in a statement. Christian Cooper is asking people to stop making death threats against the woman who called the cops on himCooper was walking her dog in...
    An accused repeat stalker who was captured after police said he chased a Rutherford woman down her street in the middle of the night returned to her building yet again on Sunday – and was arrested once more. Rutherford police had taken Timothy Conti, 43, into custody a little over a week ago for stalking the same victim twice in the span of an hour. SEE: Released Stalker Chases Terrified Woman Down Street, Rutherford Police Say They sent him to the Bergen County Jail after the second incident -- only to have a judge order Conti released less than 24 hours later under the condition that he stay away from the woman. Conti, who police said is homeless, was back in...
    SUSANVILLE (CBS13) – A Honolulu woman who flew to Sacramento last November is accused of possessing and conspiring to smuggle heroin into the High Desert State Prison in Susanville, U.S. Attorney McGregor W. Scott announced on Thursday. The Department of Justice said in a news release on Thursday that Arlene‑Alena Keko Olani, 29, conspired with an inmate to fly from Honolulu to Sacramento, get heroin and try to pass them on to the inmate during a visit at the prison. The DOJ said court documents showed investigators learned of the plot by listening to recorded phone calls between the two during visits at the facility. Investigators said Keko Olani landed in Sacramento on November 15 and she arrived at the...
    A black driver who started selling T-shirts on the back of a viral video in which he accused a white woman of using the n-word in a traffic row has defended his right to profit from the incident. Karlos Dillard blasted his critics Wednesday saying white people 'profit off of everything black people do in this country' and it was his 'prerogative' if he wanted to sell the t-shirts. Dillard had filmed himself confronting a white woman, known only as Leah, outside her Seattle home on Monday. She was seen screaming on the ground after he accused her of being a 'Karen' for allegedly flipping him off during a road rage incident.  In a piece he filmed to camera before...
    KENOSHA, Wis. (AP) — A Milwaukee woman who was in custody for two years accused of killing a man who sexually assaulted her and other underage girls has been released from jail, according to one of the community groups that raised her $400,000 bail. Chrystul Kizer, 19, was released Monday from the Kenosha County Jail where she was awaiting trial for killing 34-year-old Randall Volar III in June 2018. Kizer was 17 at the time. She faces five felony charges, including first-degree intentional homicide. Advocates for trafficking victims have been pushing for the charges to be dropped. Kizer, who is Black, was able to post bond due to an influx of donations, most of them small, associated with the Black...
    KENOSHA, Wis. (AP) — A Milwaukee woman who was in custody for two years accused of killing a man who sexually assaulted her and other underage girls has been released from jail, according to one of the community groups that raised her $400,000 bail. Chrystul Kizer, 19, was released Monday from the Kenosha County Jail where she was awaiting trial for killing 34-year-old Randall Volar III in June 2018. Kizer was 17 at the time. She faces five felony charges, including first-degree intentional homicide. Advocates for trafficking victims have been pushing for the charges to be dropped. Kizer, who is Black, was able to post bond due to an influx of donations, most of them small, associated with the...
    EAST ST. LOUIS, Ill. (AP) — A southern Illinois woman who allegedly lied about having muscular dystrophy and other health issues in order to obtain financial assistance and other benefits pleaded not guilty Monday to federal charges. Sarah Delashmit, 35, of Highland entered her plea to wire fraud, mail fraud and aggravated identity theft before U.S. Magistrate Judge Gilbert Sison, who released her on own recognizance and ordered to surrender her passport. Delashmit, who was indicted in March, is accused of faking illnesses to attend Camp Summit in Dallas, which serves people with muscular dystrophy and spinal muscular atrophy, between October 2015 and March 2016. She allegedly used another person’s identity and provided that person’s Social Security benefit statements as...
    A small business owner in Los Angeles is considering changing the name of her company after she was confused with a woman dubbed the 'San Francisco Karen’. Melissa Milosavljevic and her husband Ivan are the owners of MyLAFace based in Los Angeles, which has been confronted with a wave of backlash over a viral video they had nothing to do with. Their company was confused by social media users with LAFace, the skincare brand of Lisa Alexander, a white woman who was shown in a video last week calling the cops on a Filipino man chalking ‘Black Lives Matter’ on the front wall of his own home. The Milosavljevics have said they received a massive influx of negative reviews and...