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Kendall Jenner is living in fear for her life after a stalker threatened to shoot her if he can't have her.

The lanky runway model was granted a temporary restraining order against her stalker, Malik Bowker, 24, after he allegedly threatened her life.

According to TMZ, a judge signed off on the protective order on Monday, March 29. The 25-year-old model was informed by an LAPD detective that Bowker allegedly threatened to shoot her.

Court documents obtained by TMZ state that Bowker was placed on a psychiatric hold and is due to be released. His release date caused Jenner "severe emotional distress and anxiety".

The restraining order means he must stay at least 100 yards away from her at all times.

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In 2018, Kendall Jenner was granted a five-year restraining order against another alleged stalker.

John Ford was arrested outside Jenner's home for the second time in a week. He violated a temporary restraining order after he was spotted by her security sunbathing by her pool. She was later granted a permanent protective order.

Ford was held on a 5150 psychiatric hold, but after a psychiatrist ruled he was mentally unstable.

Prior to his arrest at Jenner's home, Ford was taken into custody after breaking into her gated community.

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A 43-year-old Miami man has been arrested by police in connection with the abduction and rape of a 12-year-old boy.

Aliex Santiesteban was arrested on Monday night in Miami's Overtown neighborhood. He was charged with sexual battery with a deadly weapon, kidnapping and attempted murder.

He is being held in the Miami-Dade jail without bond, NBC Miami reported.

Police say the Hispanic boy was abducted off the street around 2 a.m. Saturday on 43rd Terrace and 30th Avenue.

The boy was walking down the street when a man pulled up alongside him, forced him into a vehicle, and drove him to an empty lot near Northwest 45th Street and 31st Avenue, where he was sexually assaulted in the back seat of the car.

Santiesteban allegedly shot the boy and pushed him out of the vehicle, WPLG Local News 10 reported.

A bystander heard the boy's screams and took him to a nearby convenience store where an employee called 911.

Police spokesman Alvaro Zabaleta told reporters the child car door locks had been activated, blocking the boy's escape.

Unbeknownst to his parents, the boy apparently snuck out of his house, and had arranged pillows on his bed to give the appearance he was asleep. He was on his way back home from his friend's house when he was abducted.

He is in critical condition at Jackson Memorial Hospital's Ryder Trauma Center, according to NBC Miami.

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Los Angeles authorities identified a woman and her brother who were fatally stabbed in full view of witnesses during a Zoom call.

The LA Sheriff's Department said Carol Brown, 67, was on a Zoom call meeting at her Altadena home on Monday, March 22, when she was attacked.

Faculty members at Pasadena City College witnessed the attack on Zoom and called the police.

Authorities responded to the address and found a Black male stabbed multiple times in the driveway. He was later identified as Brown's brother, Kenneth Preston, 69.

Police also located Brown deceased inside the home on N. Marengo Avenue in Altadena. Brown and Preston shared the home.

Brown was a faculty member at Pasadena City College for over 14 years, according to her LinkedIn.

Police were still processing the crime scene when Brown's son arrived "driving one of the victim's vehicles."

Robert Cotton, 32, told police he was a resident of the home. He was arrested at the scene after a brief struggle (see video below).

Cotton is being held in jail on $4 million bail. Police do not have a motive for the crimes.

"This is a horrific case in which the mother's work colleagues witnessed part of the attack while on a Zoom call and called the authorities," District Attorney George Gascón said in a news release.
 

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Rapper Quando Rondo and King Von's alleged killer Lul Timm (right) celebrated after Timm was released from an Atlanta jail over the weekend.

Lul Timm, real name Timothy Leeks, is accused of gunning down Chicago rapper King Von outside the Monaco Hookah Lounge in downtown Atlanta in November.

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King Von, born Dayvon Bennett, was involved in a fistfight with Rondo at the time of the shooting. Von died hours later during surgery at an Atlanta hospital. He was 26.

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Timm was released from jail after Rondo (pictured in 2019) allegedly paid his $100,000 bond. Timm shared an Instagram photo of himself wearing all black on Saturday.

Timm captioned the image: "I got bruddas that didn’t come from my mother but we locced in 4L [sic]."
 

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Rondo was not charged in Von's murder, but his life is in constant danger. Rumor has it that rapper Lil Durk (pictured left with Von) put a $5 million bounty on Rondo's head.

A King Von fan wrote this comment on Timm's IG page: "You are a living dead... When you go out of jail just remember this. F*** your life pu**y. You are next."

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A former cast member of "Bad Girls Club" was killed in a shooting incident in Virginia Beach on March 26.

Deshayla 'Shay' Harris, 29, was one of two people killed at the scene, including the gunman.

Harris was struck by a stray bullet during one shooting incident in Virginia Beach, where she died at the scene.

Police say two other shootings took place around the same time in the area, although the incidents don't appear to be connected.

Shortly before her murder, Harris shared an Instagram video which appeared to have been filmed at a bar.

"I'm only doing s**t that's gonna make me elevate!" she said in what turned out to be her final post.

The Virginia native rose to fame following her appearance on the 17th and final season of Bad Girls Club in 2017, when she earned the nickname "Firecracker Fashionista."

She was remembered on social media by former cast member Keyaira 'Key’ Hamilton: "You didn't deserve this man. Rest easy Babygirl... watch over me."

Police say there are no arrests, and the shooting incident is still under investigation.
 

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A 12-year-old Miami boy is in critical condition at Jackson Memorial Hospital's Ryder Trauma Center after he was abducted, raped and shot in the head by a Hispanic male.

Miami police say the Hispanic boy was abducted off the street around 2 a.m. Saturday in the Brownsville neighborhood of Northwest Miami-Dade County.

The boy was walking down a street when a man pulled up alongside him, forced him into a vehicle, sexually assaulted him, shot him and then pushed him out of the vehicle, WPLG Local News 10 reported.

A bystander heard the boy's screams and took him to a nearby convenience store where an employee called 911.

Local News 10 talked to the Good Samaritan who asked to be identified only as Johnny. He said he was on his bicycle when he heard the boy screaming for help.

Johnny accompanied the child to the Foodland Market at NW 47th Street and 32nd Avenue, where the boy collapsed on the ground.

Johnny, who said he didn't have a phone, noticed the boy was bleeding from a head wound. The boy told him he had been shot.

The child was wearing only a blue t-shirt, blood-stained underwear and socks.

Police are searching for a Hispanic male with long curly hair, about 30 to 40 years old, driving a black sedan.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at (305) 471-8477.
 

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A shocking viral video shows the final moments of a delivery driver's life after two teenage girls carjacked him in Washington, DC.

The 13- and 15-year-old girls have been charged as adults in the death of 66-year-old father-of-three Mohammad Anwar, who was killed when he was thrown from his speeding car.

Anwar, a delivery driver for Uber Eats, was working in the southeast section of D.C. when two girls attempted to carjack him.

Cell phone video footage shows Anwar leaning halfway out of his car, as a girl wearing an orange hoodie attempts to push him out of his car.

Anwar tells a bystander "they're kids", while holding on to the steering wheel of his car.

Anwar had put the car in park, but one of the teenagers shifted the transmission into drive and hit the accelerator. The car sped off -- with Anwar still holding on for dear life.

Two loud bangs are heard on the video as the open driver's side door impacted two metal light poles during the car's route.

Seconds later, the car lost control, overturned and crashed, leaving Anwar sprawled on the sidewalk near death from severe head injuries.

Several National Guardsmen are seen on the video helping the teenagers out of the wrecked vehicle.

As her victim lay dying, one of the teens is overheard saying, "Please, my phone is in there. My phone!"

Twitter users criticized CNN for calling the murder an "accident" -- and D.C. mayor Muriel Bower was dragged for appearing to blame the victim by reminding residents to lock their cars to prevent auto theft.

CAUTION: This video contains scenes of graphic violence. Viewer discretion is advised.
 

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A Louisville judge sparked outrage after she dismissed the case of a mentally deranged man who raped an 8-year-old girl and crushed her skull with a shovel.

Jefferson Circuit Court Judge Annie O’Connell, who also presided over the Breonna Taylor case, ruled that Cane Madden was mentally incompetent to stand trial after he raped a child who was playing outside her home in a majority black community in 2019.

On March 11, O'Connell dismissed Madden's rape case citing a Kentucky state law that says a defendant can only be held or hospitalized against their will if he can benefit from treatment, WDRB reports.

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Madden was arrested and briefly hospitalized multiple times in the past. He walked free every time.

On Monday, March 22, members of the Kentucky House of Representatives voted unanimously to close the loophole in the law.

The obscure loophole had allowed the criminally insane to repeatedly walk free because they hadn't met Kentucky's criteria for involuntary hospitalization.

Madden has a history of mental illness, including a borderline personality, poor impulse control and conduct disorder.

In a previous rape case in 2017, Madden bit off parts of the victim's face, but was released back into the community. Judge O'Connell also presided over that case.

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Police identified the man who took six guns and body armor into an Atlanta Publix supermarket.

Rico Marley, 22, was arrested Wednesday after he walked into the Publix supermarket at Atlantic Station with six guns.

A manager called 911 to report a man came into the store with a rifle and headed toward the mens restroom.

"A witness observed the male and alerted store management, who then notified police," Atlanta police spokesman Officer Anthony Grant told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Officers and SWAT team members arrived within minutes and took Marley into custody. According to police he was carrying two long guns and four handguns, all of which were concealed.

Marley does not have a concealed carry license.

Charles Russell, who delivers groceries for Instacart, told Channel 2 Action News he saw a man with an AR-15 semi-automatic rifle inside the store.

"(That) kind of startled me with the events that recently happened in the grocery store up in Colorado," Russell said, referring to the mass shooting in a Boulder supermarket that left 10 people dead.

Anti-Trump jihadist Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa, 21, was arrested in that case.

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The sister of one of the men charged with drugging and raping a Spring Breaker in Florida pleaded with a judge to let her brother out on bond.

Christine Englehardt, 24, was given a "green pill" by 21-year-old Evoire Collier (center) and 24-year-old Dorian Taylor (right) on Thursday. The trio then headed back to her South Beach hotel room.

Englehardt had made the 1,200 mile trip from her home in Bucks Country, Pennsylvania, to attend the Spring break festivities alone, her father told NBC Miami.

Although she was safety conscious at home, Englehardt apparently let her guard down when she met Collier and Taylor, who were both in town from Greensboro, North Carolina.

Her semi-nude body was found in her room at the Albion Hotel at 1650 James Avenue on Thursday, the Miami Herald reported.

Surveillance footage taken from the hotel lobby shows the two suspects accompanying Englehardt into the hotel around 1 a.m. Thursday. Taylor is seen holding Englehardt by her neck as she staggered to the elevator.

Collier later confessed that both suspects had sex with Englehardt, and Taylor raped her while she was unconscious.

They then stole her personal belongings, including her cell phone, credit cards and cash.

Police say Collier and Taylor went on a spending spree with Englehardt's credit cards, including purchasing liquor at South Beach Liquors.

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Both suspects are pictured (right) in the background of another spring breaker's Twitter photo. Collier is shirtless while Taylor wears a white shirt in the photo.

The two suspects were arrested over the weekend and appeared in a Miami-Dade County courtroom before Judge Mindy S. Glazer on Monday.

The sister of the younger suspect (Collier) made an emotional plea to Judge Glazer to let her brother go free on bond.

"I'm severely, um, bewildered by these charges and accusations against him, but I can attest for his character and I can attest for responsibility of him standing trial for whatever charges if you please let my brother come home and let our family handle the situation appropriately. We will do what ever is necessary that Miami-Dade County asks of us."

Judge Glazer ordered both suspects held without bond until investigators determine whether the pill they gave Englehardt contributed to her death. Police found pills on one of the suspects. The pills were sent to a lab to be tested.
 


 

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