Two married Tulsa police officers are being held without bond in the shooting death of their daughter’s boyfriend.
Shannon Kepler, 54, and his wife, Gina Kepler, 48, are in the Tulsa County jail accused of first degree murder and accessory after the fact.
Shannon Kepler worked in the police academy, while Gina Kepler was a patrol officer. Both are suspended from the police department with pay.
Sara Stokes, star of from MTV’s original reality TV series Da Band and Making the Band, is back in the news. Stokes, 40, was an aspiring singer/songwriter with a flair for the dramatic who thought she had the perfect marriage. Her dreams crashed and burned when she couldn’t put the bottle down long enough to record her album.
Then Stokes was arrested and jailed in 2009 for stabbing her husband, Tony, with a kitchen knife.
Sanel Saint Simon, the suspect in the disappearance of 16-year-old Alexandria Chery, was granted two $100,000 bonds in a Orlando, FL courtroom today, according to Jeff Weiner of the Orlando Sentinel. Prosecutors had asked for a $500,000 bond.
Simon, 43, is the longtime boyfriend of Alex’s mother. He was arrested Wednesday, July 30, and charged with felony obstruction, News13 reports. Police also charged Simon with giving false statements and attempting to destroy evidence.
Beyonce and Jay Z’s Pasadena, CA. concert was rudely disrupted by a brawl in the audience, the NY Post reports. According to the Post, 2 male fans got into a fight because one of the fans groped the butt of the other fan’s wife.
The incident took place while Beyonce and Jay Z were busy onstage performing during their “On The Run” Tour at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA. on Saturday, Aug. 2.
Single mom Draya Michele has come a long way since she was charged with child endangerment for leaving her son, Kniko, now 12, home alone while she worked the pole at a gentlemen’s club years ago.
A Virginia man was arrested after he left his 1-year-old twins alone in a car while he had sex with a woman in a nearby building.
Juan Munfort, 27, was charged with two counts of felony child endangerment and indecent exposure after police, responding to a complaint, discovered the twins in a parked car with the windows rolled down.
Atlanta police have arrested the SUV driver who pursued and ran over a 50-year-old cyclist on June 9 in the Morningside area. Gregory Thomas Germani, who created the popular Atlanta Time Machine website, was found wedged under a silver SUV on Flagler Avenue after being run over by a red Dodge Nitro SUV that fled the scene. Germani spent weeks at Grady hospital in intensive care before being released to a rehab facility.
Joseph Alan Lewis, 19, was arrested late Wednesday and booked into the Fulton County jail. He will appear before a magistrate judge at 11 a.m. Thursday, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
A Crime Stoppers reward fund raised nearly $18,000. Police say a tip called into Crime Stoppers led them to Lewis’ red Dodge Nitro.