The AJC reports local rapper Yung Thug was arrested Wednesday morning, eight days after he threatened to shoot a Perimeter Mall security guard in the face.
Police have identified a suspect in the gruesome deaths of a wealthy D.C. businessman, his wife, their 10-year-old son, and a housekeeper. The four bodies were found in a burning mansion owned by Savvas Savopoulos, 46, in an affluent suburb of Northwest Washington, D.C. on Thursday.
Georgia Gwinnett College police have arrested a mother who allegedly locked her child in a hot car that was parked in ‘direct sunlight.”
Channel 2 Action news reports an arrest warrant was issued for Crystal Franklin, 28, who allegedly locked her 6-year-old child in a sweltering car on the campus in Lawrenceville, GA on Friday.
The arrest warrant obtained by Channel 2 Action News states, “child might reasonably be expected to be injured, as follows: hyperthermia due to locking child in vehicle with outside air temperature of 90 degrees in direct sunlight.”
No status was given on the child’s condition. Lawrenceville, GA is located about 33 miles northeast of Atlanta.
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Reality TV personality Joe Budden is no longer a fugitive from justice. The 33-year-old former hip hop star was wanted by the NYPD for allegedly assaulting his 25-year-old girlfriend and running off with her cell phone last weekend. Budden turned himself in to police today after pleading his case on Twitter. “Real women never call the cops,” he tweeted.
Actor Columbus Short is said to be on the run from the law. The 31-year-old former ‘Scandal’ star has a warrant out for his arrest for allegedly sucker punching a man in a L.A. bar in March. Short decided it was not in his best interests to turn himself in. So he went on the lam.
Some of you weren’t even born when the youngest in charge, Special Ed dropped his blazing debut album of the same name when he was a mere lad of 16. Propelled by the album’s scorchers, “I Got It Made” and “I’m The Magnificent,” Ed’s album, Youngest in Charge, went on to sell more than 500,000 copies in 1989.
The Jamaican-born rhyme slayer followed up those hits with “Come On, Let’s Move It” off his sophomore album Legal, which dropped in 1990 when Ed turned 18.
But where is Special Ed now?