Sunday, March 31, 2019
Saturday, March 30, 2019
Thursday, March 28, 2019
Tourist taking photos presumed dead after fall at Grand Canyon
GRAND CANYON WEST, AZ — Two people have died at the Grand Canyon in separate incidents this week that included one man stumbling over the edge of the rim while trying to take pictures, officials said. A helicopter lifted the body of the Hong Kong man from 1,000 feet (305 meters) below the rim Thursday afternoon at Grand Canyon West, a popular tourist destination on the Hualapai reservation outside the boundaries of the national park, spokesman David Leibowitz said. His identity hasn't been released. The fall happened earlier Thursday when not many visitors are at Eagle Point, a remote site best known for the Skywalk, a horse-shoe shaped glass bridge that juts out from the canyon wall. The rim has some ledges and outcroppings below but no barrier between tourists and the edge. Source
Man arrested for throwing hot coffee in the face of McDonald's employee
A man could serve 16 years in prison for throwing hot coffee on a McDonald’s employee when she asked to see his receipt. Joseph Deluca, 54, of Cleveland, Ohio, was arrested on March 5th for injuring the fast-food worker in February. According to Fox 8, Deluca pulled up to the restaurant’s drive-thru window at 12:30 p.m. and ordered one cup of coffee. The employee, 48, accidentally handed him two cups and when she re-checked his order, she asked to see Deluca’s receipt. Deluca reportedly laughed and said he ordered both cups. After the employee asked for his receipt again, Deluca whipped the tray of hot coffee in her face before driving off. The store’s security cameras archived the excruciating injury that hospitalized the employee at MetroHealth Medical Center for neck and shoulder pain. Source
Sunday, March 24, 2019
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Saturday, March 16, 2019
Sunday, March 10, 2019
Saturday, March 9, 2019
Jane Long Academy Houston: Black Boy, 14, MURDERS His Middle School Classmate, 14, By Stabbing Him In The EYE During A Fight Over A BROWNIE'
Boy, 14, 'kills his middle school classmate, 14, by stabbing him in the EYE during a fight over a BROWNIE'
Police say a fight over a brownie has left a 14-year-old Houston boy dead of a stab wound to the eye and another 14-year-old boy is in juvenile custody charged with aggravated assault. Houston Independent School District police say the victim died Friday of the knife wound suffered Wednesday afternoon. District Police Chief Paul Cordova said the fight erupted after school Wednesday outside a convenience store across from the Jane Long Academy in southwest Houston. He said that when the victim was loaded into an ambulance, he still acted as if the fight were continuing. No identities have been released because of their ages. Cordova says the incident isn't believed to be gang-related. Jane Long Academy is a neighborhood middle school and magnet high school Source
Thursday, March 7, 2019
Sins Of Lust #59: Western Oaks Elementary School Secretary Elizabeth Madrid, 29, Charged With Nine Counts Of Child Rape...
Oklahoma school secretary, 29, is charged with NINE counts of child rape after police say she has 'been in an inappropriate relationship with a 14-year-old student for over two years'
A former Oklahoma school secretary has been arrested after police say she engaged in a sexual relationship with a now 14-year-old student. Elizabeth Madrid, 29, was arrested on Friday after police brought nine charges of second-degree child rape and 21 counts of performing lewd acts with a child against her. Bethany Police say the former attendance secretary at Western Oaks Elementary School began engaging with the alleged victim in early 2017 over text message. Source
Wednesday, March 6, 2019
Stanford University Admissions Asst. Director James Shirvell, 26, HIGH ON LSD Repeatedly STABBED Female ASIAN International Student....
Stanford admissions officer, 26, 'stabbed a woman multiple times in drug-fueled rage while they were experimenting with LSD'
An assistant director of admissions at Stanford University has been arrested for allegedly stabbing a woman multiple times while they were high on LSD. James Shirvell, 26, was booked into San Francisco County Jail on Sunday on charges of attempted murder, assault with a deadly weapon and domestic violence, indicating that the victim was a partner or family member. He is being held on $1million bond. Shirvell and the woman were experimenting with the potent hallucinogenic drug LSD at a house in the Potrero Hill neighborhood over the weekend when he stabbed her repeatedly, according to NBC sources. The woman's condition is unknown, and she has not been named as she is a suspected victim of domestic violence. Shirvell grew up in Mystic, Connecticut, and graduated from Yale University in 2014, according to his social media pages. He joined the Stanford University Admissions' office in the fall of 2016 and is currently one of six assistant directors, overseeing applications from Los Angeles, China, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam. His name was removed from the admissions' office website after his arrest, according to Stanford's student paper The Daily. 'The university only learned of the arrest [Tuesday] afternoon and we continue to gather information,' Stanford spokesperson EJ Miranda told The Daily. Source
Sunday, March 3, 2019
Saturday, March 2, 2019
Friday, March 1, 2019
Death By Selfie....Texas Grandmother Judith Streng Has To Be Rescued After Posing For A Photo On An Ice Bergy Bit That Started Drifting Out To Sea....
Would have been more poetic if the granny drowned...
'I've always wanted to be queen': Texan grandmother has to be rescued after posing for a photo on an 'ice throne' that drifted out to sea in Iceland
A grandmother had to be dramatically rescued in Iceland after the 'ice throne' she was posing on for a photo drifted out to sea. Judith Streng was visiting Iceland's Jökulsárlón Lagoon with her son recently when they came across the chunk of frozen water shaped like a throne on the beach. The 77-year-old, who lives in Flower Mound, Texas, decided to sit on the ice chunk and pose for a photo. But just moments after smiling for the camera, the makeshift seat was carried away from the shore by a large wave. Source