A 16-year-old male student is in police custody after he allegedly went on a stabbing rampage at a Pennsylvania school this morning.
Police and emergency crews responded to calls of multiple stabbings at Franklin Regional High School in Murrysville around 7:20 a.m. Wednesday, NBC News reports.
20 students were injured in the attacks. 2 of the students are listed in critical condition at Forbes Regional Hospital.
Three adults have been arrested and charged with whipping an 11-year-old boy and posting a video of the vicious beating on Facebook.
The boy’s mother, Demitria Latrion Powell, 28, his godmother, Uteas Michelle Taylor, 42, and Stefon Tirrell Felton, the godmother’s 40-year-old boyfriend, were charged Tuesday with third degree child abuse, conspiracy to commit child abuse, and child abuse committed in the presence of another child, CBS Detroit reports.
A loyal reader writes:
To whoever decided to title the column “Body Identified as Missing Stripper”, if you could please show some respect to woman who was found dead and change it to her name, it’d be wonderful. Respect for the dead should not be undermined because she was a stripper. The title of this column is extremely disrespectful to her and her family suffering the loss of a mother and daughter. I’m positive there is more we should remember her for aside from being a stripper.
Trick Daddy, the rapper who discovered bisexual rapper Trina, was arrested on drug and weapon charges after police conducted a search of his Miramar, Florida home. The hip-hop star and convicted felon, whose real name is Maurice Young, was charged with illegal possession of a firearm and ammunition, possession of cocaine, and driving with a suspended license. Because of his string of prior felony convictions, the 40-year-old isn’t allowed to possess guns. Trick was booked into Broward County Jail on Thursday (April 3) and and later bonded out. According to the arrest report, drug squad officers had the rapper’s home under surveillance that morning and approached him as he attempted to leave in a vehicle. Officers searched the residence where they uncovered illegal substances.
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Gwinnett police have arrested a suspect in connection with a missing 26-year-old woman who was last seen Saturday morning.
Police say Angela Rabotte dropped off her 3-year-old daughter with a friend before attending a party in Atlanta Friday night. She was last seen at the Steeplechase Apartments in unincorporated Norcross about 6 a.m., the Atlanta Journal-Constition reports.
Rabotte, a popular stripper, went by the stage name Climax. Her friends and family took to social media over the weekend to get the word out about her disappearance. The father of Rabotte’s daughter organized a search in the wooded area near the Steeplechase Apartments on Sunday. But there was no sign of the petite dancer.
Some people never learn from their mistakes. A New Jersey man was released from prison after serving 15 years for robbery. The AJC.com reports Christopher Miller is back behind bars after robbing the same store again.
According to the NY Daily News, Miller is being held on $100,000 bond.
Police have arrested a male suspect who they say was a passenger in a car when a woman was fatally shot during rush hour alongside Interstate 20 on Monday.
Tyana Boyd, 25, of Atlanta, was shot once in her car on the shoulder of I-20W near I-285 south. Boyd was transported to Grady Memorial hospital in downtown Atlanta, where she was pronounced dead.
Corey Jones, 28, Boyd’s passenger, was taken into custody and charged with murder and aggravated assault late Monday night, WSB TV reports.