Sunando Sen

The NYPD are asking the public for help identifying a deranged woman who shoved a man into the path of an oncoming train Thursday.

Witnesses say the overweight Hispanic woman sat on a bench mumbling to herself and pacing the platform just moments before she crept up behind Sunando Sen and shoved him to his death under the wheels of the 7-train.

Sen, 46, a hard working native of Calcutta, India, apparently wasn't aware that the woman was behind him. Witnesses say there was no altercation before the woman pushed Sen onto the tracks.

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Jade Morris Brenda Stokes

A man walking his dog in the Nevada desert found the body of 10-year-old Jade Morris, who went missing after her babysitter was arrested for slashing a casino dealer last Friday. Jade's body was found Thursday near an unfinished housing development in the northern portion of the Las Vegas Valley, the Huffington Post reports.

Family members visually identified the girl's body Thursday afternoon.

"We are heartbroken today. It has been confirmed by family members that the body of ... Jade Morris has been found. We pray for her family," Natalie Wilson told The Huffington Post.

Wilson said the family wasn't told the cause of death.

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Sandy Hook Elementary School

A deranged gunman opened fire inside an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut today, leaving at least 27 dead, including 20 children.

The shooter, 20-year-old Adam Lanza, went from classroom to classroom firing randomly. Lanza is dead inside the school. It isn't clear if Lanza was shot by law enforcement or if he took his own life.

Lanza apparently shot his father at his New Jersey home before driving to the school and shooting his mother, a teacher at the school. He then went on a shooting rampage in 2 rooms of the school.

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Brandon Woodard

When Brandon Lincoln Woodard, 31, of Los Angeles, was shot dead on a busy Manhattan street Monday, investigators almost immediately suspected the murder was drug connected. The NY Daily News reports that LAPD officers confiscated "tens of thousands" of dollars in cash that Woodard was carrying last week. Woodard reportedly flew to New York from his home in Los Angeles to explain the missing cash to his angry drug bosses.

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Brandon Woodard

Police say someone sent a text message to Brandon Lincoln Woodard, 31, luring him out of the safety of his swanky midtown hotel -- and into the path of a killer.

Surveillance video shows the killer emerging from the passenger side of a silver Lincoln MKZ sedan parked on West 58th Street. But he was about 20 minutes early.

Woodard, of Los Angeles, checked out of the swanky 6 Columbus Hotel in midtown and walked east -- right past the man who was waiting to kill him. Police theorize that the assassin allowed Woodard to pass because foot traffic was heavy at the time.

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Brandon Woodard

The NYPD has released a photo taken from surveillance video just moments before a man was gunned down on a busy New York street in broad daylight Monday.

Witnesses say the man shot Brandon Lincoln Woodard in the back of the head then cooly hopped into a waiting SUV, with a driver behind the wheel. The light-colored Lincoln sedan headed east before getting stuck in traffic just yards from Woodard's body.

But the assailant and his driver did not panic. The SUV idled at a red light until traffic cleared and then disappeared down 7th Avenue.

“There was no rush,” NYPD spokesman Paul Browne said of Woodard’s killer. “He just walked up, shot him and walked away.”

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George Zimmerman enters court on Dec 11

A Seminole County judge upheld George Zimmerman's bond conditions requiring him to remain in Seminole County on GPS monitoring.

Zimmerman, 29, is free on bond following his arrest for the Feb. 26 shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Florida. Zimmerman and his attorneys requested today's hearing to remove his GPS monitoring and allow him to leave Sanford, Florida "for safety reasons."

But Judge Debra Nelson denied the motion this morning.

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Stolen credit card suspects

Cherokee County sheriff's office need the public's help to identify 2 female suspects who went on a shopping spree with stolen credit cards.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that the two women allegedly used the stolen credit cards to purchase nearly $2,000 worth of make-up and perfume at North Pointe Mall in Alpharetta.

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Jovan Belcher last texts

A Sports Illustrated reporter tracked down a few of Jovan Belcher's last text messages before he shot and killed his girlfriend and then turned the gun on himself.

On Thanksgiving night Belcher, 25, exchanged text messages with Reggie Paramoure, who played on the football team with Belcher at the University of Maine.

In the text messages, the Kansas City Chief's linebacker called his newborn daughter a "blessing", criticized his team's offense and complained about relationship problems with his girlfriend, Kasandra Perkins, 22.

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Jovan Belcher 911 call

The newborn baby of Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher can be heard crying hysterically in the background of a 911 tape obtained by TMZ.

3-month-old Zoey Belcher may have been in the same room where Belcher, 25, shot Kasandra Perkins, 22, multiple times during an argument that turned violent early Saturday. Belcher then drove to the nearby Chiefs training facility and committed suicide in front of his coach and general manager.

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Arrest in NY Subway Death

NY police have apprehended the man they believe shoved Ki Suk Han, 58, under the wheels of an oncoming subway train Monday. Police say the man implicated himself in Han's death.

Former deli worker Naeem Davis, 30, was taken into custody on Tuesday after investigators viewed security video that showed a vagrant fitting the suspect's description talking to street vendors near Rockefeller Center, said New York Police Department spokesman Paul Browne on Tuesday.

"The individual we talked to made statements implicating himself in the incident," Browne said. No arrest has been made.

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Jovan Belcher and Kasandra Perkins

In a surprising new development, Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher cheated on his girlfriend the night before killing her and turning the gun on himself in front of his coach and general manager early Saturday.

The NY Post reports that the former Kansas City linebacker had a "boozy" dinner with another woman and spent the night in her apartment before he returned home, argued with Kasandra Perkins and shot her 9 times.

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Jovan Belcher and Kasandra Perkins

Family members and friends of former Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher say debilitating head injuries may have lead to the murder-suicide of Belcher and his girlfriend.

Police say Belcher, 25, unloaded his weapon 9 times into Kasandra Perkins, killing the mother of his infant daughter in their Kansas City home early Saturday.

He then drove about 5 miles to the team's Arrowhead practice facility, where he turned a different gun on himself in front of his shocked coach and general manager.

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NFL Player Jovan Belcher Kills Girlfriend

Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher, 25, reportedly shot and killed his girlfriend during an argument in the early morning hours on Saturday. He then drove to the nearby Arrowhead team practice facility where he turned the gun on himself in front of his shocked coach and general manager.

Police say Belcher shot and killed Kasandra Perkins, the mother of his infant daughter, early Saturday.

Authorities did not release a motive for the murder-suicide, though there are reports that Belcher and Perkins argued after she returned home from attending a Trey Songz concert.

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Mallory Owens and Alex Hawkins

A lesbian who was horribly beaten by her girlfriend's brother on Thanksgiving day says the beating was not a hate crime.

Mallory Owens, 23, of Mobile, Alabama, was beaten unconscious by Travis Hawkins, 18, while eating Thanksgiving dinner with her girlfriend's family.

Mallory's mother, Kristi Taylor, initially told news reporters that Hawkins beat her daughter because he didn't approve of her relationship with his sister.

"He tried to kill her. He's lucky he didn't kill her. She's lucky to be alive," Taylor told WKRG-TV. "I didn't recognize her when I got here. It's hard to look at her like that."

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Man charged with beating toddler to death

A DeKalb County stepfather is being charged with the suspected beating death of his wife's 2-year-old son. Michael Weeks died of cardiac arrest after he was allegedly physically assaulted by 23-year-old Devon Sawyer.

The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports that Sawyer was booked into the DeKalb County Jail Monday night on murder charges.

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Jordan Davis shot for playing loud music

A software engineer is in a Brevard County jail charged with murder and attempted murder in the shooting death of 17-year-old high school student Jordan Davis.

The incident occurred at a Jacksonville gas station on Southside Boulevard on Friday. Michael Dunn, who is white, told police he "felt threatened" by Davis and his friends after he complained about the loud music coming from their car. Davis is African American.

The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports that Jacksonville homicide Lt. Rob Schoonover said Dunn pulled out a weapon and started firing into the vehicle. Davis was shot multiple times and the car was riddled with at leasr 8 bullets.

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Sasha Ray and Tyasia Jackson

13-year-old Tyasia Jackson will be tried as an adult in the stabbing death of her 2-year-old half sister. The teen made her first court appearance on Tuesday.

Sasha Ray was found in the back yard of her family's condo by her parents who left her and her siblings in Tyasia's care on Monday.

The toddler's father, Shelton Ray, told Channel 2 Action News that his stepdaughter confessed to stabbing his youngest daughter in a phone call from jail around 11 p.m. Monday.

According to a report in London's Daily Mail, Tyasia was caught with a boy inside the house while her parents were running errands.

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Hector Macho Camacho

Former boxing champion Héctor “Macho” Camacho was shot multiple times in Puerto Rico Tuesday night.

Multiple news agencies are reporting that Camacho, 50, was shot in the face and neck as he sat in the passenger seat of a Ford Mustang in the Bayamon region, southwest of the capital of San Juan. The driver of the Ford was killed in the drive by shooting.

Camacho was transported to San Juan Medical Center, where he is listed in critical condition. Doctors said the bullets did not enter his brain, but he is not expected to live. Earlier tonight, a rumor circulated online that Camacho had died from his injuries.

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13-year-old charged with killing stepsister

The DeKalb teenager who stabbed her 2-year-old stepsister 7 times will be tried as an adult, The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.

DeKalb police have charged the 13-year-old girl with the murder of her 2-year-old half sister, Sasha Ray.

“The girl had multiple stab wounds,” said DeKalb County police spokeswoman Mekka Parrish, who told reporters the teen would be charged as an adult. “The 13-year-old was angry about something,” Parrish said.

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Deanna Nolan and Dorothea Sanchez-Nolan

Last week the news broke about the arrest of former WNBA star Chamique Holdsclaw who took a bat to her ex-girlfriend's car and fired a handgun into it.

Holdsclaw isn't the only WNBA player to be arrested for assaulting or threatening her lesbian lover.

Professional basketball player Deanna "Tweety" Nolan, 33, was arrested earlier this year for beating the air out of her wife and mother of her 2 children.

Very little, if any, news coverage was given to the Deanna/Dorothea fisticuffs.

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Chamblee carjack suspect

Chamblee police are asking the public's help to identify a man who carjacked a woman on November 9. The man robbed the woman at gunpoint near the mail center inside the Chatsworth Apartment complex in Chamblee, a small town just north of Atlanta.

The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports that the man stole the woman's ATM card and attempted to use the card 15 times at the same ATM machine.

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Chamique Holdsclaw and Jennifer Lacy

UPDATED: Former WNBA star Chamique Holdsclaw turned herself into the Fulton County police Thursday after a warrant was issued for her arrest.

The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports that Holdsclaw, 35, was booked into the Fulton County jail shortly after 9 p.m. She's being held on $10,000 bond.

An arrest warrant was issued for the former WNBA star for assaulting her ex-girlfriend, WNBA star Jennifer Lacy, 29, (right) on Nov. 13.

Holdsclaw, a mental health advocate, is charged with aggravated assault, criminal damage to property and reckless conduct, according to police.

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Sheldon Stephens

The gay man who was wined and dined at age 18 by the then 48-year-old puppeteer Kevin Clash has been unmasked as a gay escort who made his living fleecing gullible entertainment industry down low gays.

The Smoking Gun identified Pennsylvania resident Sheldon Stephens, 23, as the man who attempted to cash in on a lawsuit that alleged he was only 16 when he met Clash, the voice of Sesame Street's famed Elmo muppet.

Stephens, a sometime model with hazel eyes, describes himself on his Facebook page’s “About” page as “a rare breed. I'm very spontaneous and random… I'm determined and goal oriented. My destiny is laid on a solid gold brick pathway....... MY FUTURE IS BRIGHT and never will it dim.”

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Hope Solo and Jerramy Stevens

Who knew Olympic soccer star Hope Solo had a thing for the brothas?

According to the Daily Mail, Solo's fiance, Jerramy Stevens, was arrested and charged with domestic abuse.

The former Seattle Seahawks tight end was arrested Monday after Solo's older brother, Marcus, used a stun gun to subdue him during the battle.

Coincidentally, Monday was the wedding day of Solo, 31, and Stevens, 33.

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Holly Solomon runs over husband

A woman enraged that her husband didn't vote in last week's presidential elections, ran over him with the family Jeep on Saturday.

Witnesses told police that Holly Solomon, of Scottsdale, Arizona, chased her husband around a parking lot before gunning the gas and hitting him as the Jeep jumped a curb.

Solomon apparently believed her husband's vote was the deciding factor in the close race.

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Remember I told you about the Dallas jump-off who singer/songwriter Cee Lo Green keeps on call? I was wrong about her hometown. She actually lives in Houston, according to gossip website TMZ.com.

TMZ claims they broke the story about Cee Lo's jump-off -- but your auntie was the first to spill that TEA on my blog. In fact, Cee Lo's other jump-offs (at least 2 strippers) are based in Atlanta, and Cee Lo reportedly pays the rent of at least one of them.

I previously introduced you to Cee Lo's former jump-off @MissErika, who appeared as a knowledgeable guest on Anderson Cooper's segment on sports groupies.

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Beyonce shows her ballot

Everyone knows that Beyonce is a passionate Barack Obama supporter. But did she break the law by posting an image of her ballot online? According to The Jasmine Brand blog, Beyonce did break the law. But will she be arrested and charged?

It’s election day and tons of US citizens and Americans are tweeting their political excitement. Thanks to social media and the world wide web, folk are tweeting and posting pix of themselves voting for their respective candidates. Tuesday morning, Beyonce shared a photo of her ballot. And while I’m sure it was harmless, when we shared the photo via Twitter, a ton of ppl alerted us that it’s actually illegal. We did a bit of digging and research to see how much truth it is to showing your electoral ballot. Here’s a snapshot of New York state’s law:

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