Deonte Carraway

A former Maryland elementary school teacher’s assistant was formally Indicted Wednesday on 270 sex charges involving minor children.

Prosecutors allege 22-year-old Deonte Carraway, of Glenarden, Maryland, filmed dozens of children engaged in sex acts with other children.

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vancito gumbs

A former DeKalb County police officer is among 32 gang members named in a federal indictment, according to published reports.

U.S. Army veteran Vancito Gumbs, 23, was an active Dekalb County police officer when he took a better paying side gig as a hitman for the notorious street gang Gangster Disciples.

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Marsha Gay Reynolds

A JetBlue flight attendant was busted in NYC after she kicked off her expensive designer heels and fled LAX Airport, leaving 70 pounds of cocaine behind.

Marsha Gay Reynolds surrendered to federal agents in New York City when she stepped off a flight at John F. Kennedy Airport on Wednesday.

Authorities say Reynolds aroused suspicion on Friday when Transportation Security Administration officials asked her to step aside at a random checkpoint at LAX.

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Martin Shkreli

Wall Street wiz kid Martin Shkreli was busted by the feds on Thursday and charged with running a Ponzi scheme and other fraud charges.

Shkreli, 32, is best known (and hated) for boosting the price of an AIDS drug 5000% to $750 per pill after acquiring a small pharmaceutical company and its patents.

Shkreli also made the news recently for his winning bid of $2 million for hip hop group Wu Tang Clan’s album Once Upon a Time in Shaolin. Only one copy of the album was ever made.

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Martin Shkreli

Poor Martin Shkreli. Yesterday he was on top of the world, enjoying his ill-gotten gains from gouging AIDS patients for hundreds of dollars per pill and spending millions on a one-off Wu Tang Clan rap record.

Now he is trading in his tailored suits and loafers for an orange jumpsuit.

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Jeezy on private jet

All charges have been dismissed against rap tycoon Young Jeezy in Orange County, CA. The rapper, whose real name is Jay Jenkins, was arrested along with his entourage on August 24 after a police search of his tour bus turned up an unlicensed AK-47. After spending a week in jail, Jeezy was released on $1 million bond. The court refunded Jeezy’s $1 million cash bond minus the bondsman fees.

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