The 21-year-old man told police he was robbed by someone who identified himself as the rapper DMX, whose real name is Earl Simmons, 42.
Police arrested Dontarius Turner, the Memphis man wanted on charges of shooting and robbing an Atlanta woman he met on a dating website.
The Atlanta Journal reports Turner was apprehended just before 6 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 9.
The unidentified victim told College Park police she met the man who called himself “Cash” on the dating website Badoo.com.
She said she agreed to meet “Cash” offline for a date at a Waffle House in College Park on Dec. 24, CBS46.com reports.
After leaving the Waffle House, the woman agreed to go with Cash to a hotel room nearby. But on the way to the hotel, Cash produced a gun and ordered the 34-year-old woman to pull over and give him her purse at 12:45 a.m.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s 17-year-old son was beaten and robbed outside the mayor’s Lakeview home Friday night, CBS Chicago reports.
Paul Aronson was a lonely octogenarian seeking company with a much younger woman. 17-year-old Shaina Foster spotted Aronson’s account on seekingarrangements.com, a website for wealthy older men looking for fun with younger gold diggers.
A wealthy Texas socialite and philanthropist who stashes jewelry, high end shoes and handbags and furs in her 3-story closet was burglarized when she stepped out to dinner with her husband on Friday.
Theresa Roemer routinely shows off her massive $500,000 3-story closet on television and in print publications. So it came as no surprise when a stealthy burglar slipped into her mansion and relieved her of over $1 million in jewelry and high end handbags.
A 5-time mixed martial arts champion took on three would-be thugs who attempted to rob his co-worker.
The incident happened at a Fuel Depot gas station in Houston, Texas. Mayura Dissanyake, who was working behind the cash register, noticed his co-worker being robbed as he returned from the bank. As the co-worker pulled into a parking spot, 2 thugs who apparently followed him from the bank jumped out of an SUV and attempted to steal his bank bag.
Indiana Pacers star Paul George isn’t one to flash his considerable material wealth on social networks. But that didn’t deter a brazen thief from burglarizing George’s manse last night while he and his teammates were being routed by the Atlanta Hawks in game 4 of the NBA playoffs.
When George returned to his upscale home on Diamond Pointe Drive last night, the police informed him he was burglarized between 7:15 and 11:45 p.m. Monday.