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A suspect accused of kidnapping and assaulting a woman tried to flee from police by jumping through a hotel window 6 floors above the ground.

The incident happened on Sunday morning at a Quality Hotel in Blue Ash, Ohio.

Police bodycam video shows 19-year-old Onjre Damon George answering a cop's question in a hotel room.

A moment later, he slipped the cop's grip and fled toward the window where he tried to jump through it.

But the reinforced glass didn't break and the suspect bounced back into the room.

"Where you going?" the officer asked, before cuffing him.

The Blue Ash Police Department said cops responded to a welfare check call after an employee saw the suspect with a woman who appeared to be in distress.

The employee told police "She was discreetly able to ask the female if she was okay and the female used body language to indicate that something was wrong."

When police arrived to the suspect's hotel room, they asked him if "something happened" between him and the woman. George nervously answered their questions, before attempting to flee through the window.

George was charged with kidnapping, rape and assault. He will be served Thanksgiving dinner at the Hamilton County Justice Center where he is being held on $100,000 bond. His trial is scheduled for December 1.

The woman was transported to a hospital.
 

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DaniLeigh might spend the Christmas holidays behind bars after her fight with rapper DaBaby over the weekend.

DaBaby wisely called police after the 26-year-old singer/rapper allegedly attacked him when he ordered her to leave his condo with their 3-month-old baby girl.

"I just want her peacefully removed, which they need to hurry up (and) do as we speak," he said on IG Live. "I ain't even want that behavior on display but it's OK, man this too shall pass, it's all good."

North Carolina officers responded to DaBaby's call and arrested DaniLeigh. A police source tells TMZ she is facing two counts of simple assault. She may face jail time if convicted.

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DaniLeigh, born Danielle Leigh Curiel to Dominican parents, is seen in Instagram Live videos yelling at the rapper.

"This man is mad bc I had a plan b sent to his condo," she claimed on social media.

"All he wanna do is cum in me with no responsibility... Obviously he [probably] want me out so he can f**k on his baby mother and other hoes who been known we been together this whole time while I just had my first child. This all goes to say that this man is a f**king coward!"

She also accused DaBaby of sleeping with his other baby mama and a plethora of groupies.

DaniLeigh appeared depressed, exhausted and unkempt as she raged at her baby daddy, who accused her of moving into his condo with their baby and 2 suitcases.

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DaniLeigh, pictured in March, admitted she tried to play house with DaBaby in an effort to domesticate him, but he refused to play along.

"This all goes to say that this man is a f–king coward !!!!!" she shouted. She added that she was asleep after cooking him dinner when he came in with his assistants and tried to kick her out.

"Ima learn and Ima grow ... but this right here ain't it.. and I'm sorry to my baby that her father is kicking her out her home at 3 months," she said.

Someone edited DaniLeigh's Wikipedia page to drag DaBaby to say he went live on DaniLeigh's Instagram to "gaslight, disrespect and embarrass both mother & child".
 

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The prosecutor in the Kyle Rittenhouse murder trial claims the teenager lost his right to self-defense because he carried a gun.

State prosecutor Thomas Binger told the jury:

"You lose the right to self-defense when you're the one who brought the gun... When you're the one creating the danger. When you're the one provoking other people."

Rittenhouse is on trial for killing two armed Antifa activists who charged at him during the Jacob Blake protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin in August 2020.

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Rittenhouse, who was 17 at the time, carried a borrowed AR-15 rifle while protecting a car dealership during the riots.

Judge Bruce Schroeder allowed the jury to consider lesser charges during closing arguments on Monday. However, he dismissed the charge that the teen was unlawfully carrying a weapon.

Wisconsin law states that anyone under 18 who carries a dangerous weapon is guilty of a misdemeanor.

Rittenhouse faces 5 additional charges, including intentional homicide and recklessly endangering safety.

Closing arguments are still underway at this hour.

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In a surprising turn of events on Friday, prosecutors in the Kyle Rittenhouse murder trial admitted "a reasonable jury" could acquit the teenager.

Rittenhouse faces six counts, including First Degree Intentional Homicide, in the shooting deaths of two Antifa protesters who attacked him during the Jacob Blake riots in Kenosha, Wisconsin last summer.

Judge Bruce Schroeder dismissed the jury on Thursday and told them closing arguments would begin Monday.

However, on Friday, the prosecution admitted the 18-year-old could be acquitted of first-degree intentional homicide.

Assistant District Attorney James Kraus asked Judge Schroder to allow the jury to consider "a multitude of lesser charges," including second-degree manslaughter during closing arguments on Monday.

Second-degree manslaughter (reckless homicide) carries less weight than first-degree intentional homicide.

Krause admitted the state has no confidence that the jury would convict the baby-faced teenager.

Krause said a "reasonable jury or juror" could find Rittenhouse not guilty because he acted in self-defense.

Prosecutors hope the judge will grant their request so Rittenhouse could get some prison time if convicted on the lesser charges.

Judge Schroeder will announce his decision on Monday.

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Rittenhouse took the stand on Wednesday and broke down in tears as he described an angry mob chasing him.

Rittenhouse, who was 17 at the time, said he was forced to use a borrowed AR-15 to defend himself.

"I didn't do anything wrong, I was defending myself," he cried.

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Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Henry Ruggs III has been charged with vehicular homicide and driving under the influence (DUI).

Las Vegas police responded to a report of an accident involving two vehicles at approximately 3:39 a.m. on November 2.

Responding officers observed a Chevrolet Corvette and a Toyota Rav4 that was on fire. The fire department put out the blaze and discovered a deceased victim inside the Toyota.

A preliminary investigation determined that the front of the Corvette collided into the back of the Toyota at a high rate of speed.

Ruggs, 22, the driver of the Corvette, remained at the scene and appeared to be intoxicated. He and a female passenger were transported to UMC Hospital and treated for non-life-threatening injuries.

Ruggs was charged with DUI resulting in death after a fatal car accident, police say. The victim's name is being withheld pending notification of next of kin.

According to Twitter, Ruggs was gifted the wrapped Corvette last year.

In Nevada, the sentence for DUI causing bodily harm or death is a maximum of 20 years in prison if convicted.

Ruggs' attorneys, David Chesnoff and Richard Schonfeld, told the Associated Press that the crash is still under investigation and asked "everyone to reserve judgment until all the facts are gathered."

The Raiders selected Ruggs 12th overall in the 2020 draft out of Alabama. He caught 24 passes for 469 yards and two touchdowns this season.

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The mother of a skirt-wearing teenage boy who raped a girl in a Loudon County, Virginia school bathroom says her son is a troubled boy who just wanted sex.

Speaking exclusively to DailyMail.com, the mother, who asked not to be identified, said her son is not a male-to-female transgender.

"He's a 15-year-old boy that wanted to have sex in the bathroom, with somebody that was willing," she said. "And they're twisting this just enough to make it a political hot button issue."

"He would wear a skirt one day and then the next day, he would wear jeans and a t-shirt, a Polo or hoodie. He was trying to find himself and that involved all kinds of styles. I believe he was doing it because it gave him attention he desperately needed and sought."

She acknowledged her son's deviant, predatory behavior that included sending nude photos of himself to a girl in fifth grade.

The story made headlines after outraged parent Scott Smith, the father of the rape victim, was dragged out of a school board meeting with a bloodied mouth on June 22.

Initially, it was reported that Smith was protesting critical race theory being taught at the school. He was mocked online and his photos went viral on social media.

Then Smith told his story -- that he confronted school board officials over the brutal rape of his daughter by a transgender child.

Former President Barack Obama weighed in on the controversy by dismissing the rape as a "Phony, Trumped-Up Culture War."

School officials initially denied knowing that a girl had been sexually assaulted in the school bathroom.

It was then revealed that the same boy raped another girl in the bathroom at a school where he was secretly transferred.

On October 25, a judge found the boy guilty of the May 28 "forcible sodomy and forcible fellatio" rape of the girl. He is awaiting sentencing.

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A man has turned himself in to Atlanta police days after a woman fell from a Lamborghini he was driving and died from her head injuries.

Alfred Megbuluba, 31, is charged with felony murder, theft by taking, financial transaction card fraud and financial transaction card theft, Fox 5 Atlanta reported.

Megbuluba was accused of stealing Catherine Khan's purse at the Buckhead restaurant where she worked as a bartender on the night of October 11.

Khan was seen in a cell phone video yelling that Megbuluba stole her wallet, identification, and a debit card.

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Khan's family said the wallet was a precious family heirloom because it belonged to her late grandmother.

Moments later, Khan fell from the Lamborghini at the intersection of Peachtree and Piedmont roads.

She was transported to Grady Memorial Hospital in downtown Atlanta where she was pronounced dead.

Megbuluba was booked in to the Fulton County Jail where he is being held without bond.
 

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There is an update in the tragic story of a Florida mom who was fatally shot by her toddler while on a Zoom call.

On August 11, Shamaya Lynn, 21, was on a Zoom call with co-workers when they heard a loud bang and she fell backwards off her seat. A co-worker who called 911 said she saw Lynn's toddler crying behind her.

First responders arrived at the apartment off Wymore Road in Altamonte Springs, and found Lynn unresponsive with a single gunshot wound to the head. Investigators determined that her 2-year-old son shot her with an unsecured gun.

On Oct. 7, the boy's father, Veondre Avery, 22, was arrested and charged with leaving an unsecured gun in the child's Paw Patrol backpack.

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Avery appeared in court on Wednesday, Oct. 13, to face charges of manslaughter, neglect, and failure to secure a weapon. He is being held without bond in the Seminole County Jail, Yahoo! News reports.

Avery's next court date is set for November 23.

Avery, who lived with Lynn and their son, was arrested because the gun belonged to him and he left it loaded and without the safety on, police say.

According to advocacy group Everytown for Gun Safety, deaths involving children have increased 31 percent in the US.

128 deaths were reported from unintentional shootings by children between March and December 2020.
 

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A U.S. Army sergeant who fatally shot his pregnant mistress as she drove on a Georgia highway, was arrested in North Carolina.

Alonzo Dargan Jr., 30, was arrested at Fort Bragg in Cumberland County on Thursday.

Dargan was on active duty at Fort Bragg as a staff sergeant, Channel 2 Action News reports.

Dargan is accused of killing Akeila Ware, 29, of LaGrange, Ga., and their unborn child, as she drove on Highway 18 in Troup County, Ga. on Tuesday, October 5.

Dargan has been charged with murder, feticide and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime.

Authorities initially believed Ware was shot during a road rage incident.

After Ware was shot, her bullet-riddled Honda Accord veered off the highway and crashed near E. Drummond Road.

Georgia State Patrol troopers responding to a report of a single-car crash found Ware unresponsive inside the car, authorities said.

Ware and her unborn child were pronounced dead at a Columbus-area hospital.

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Ware, a single mother of five, was expecting her 6th child.

Dargan is married with children. None of Ware's other children were fathered by Dargan.

Troup County Sheriff James Woodruff announced Dargan's arrest in a press conference on Friday morning.

"I could not believe somebody had shot and killed a young mother with five children," Woodruff said. "And on top of that, killed her and she had a baby inside her that resulted in the death of that baby."

Woodruff said Dargan grew up in Troup County.

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R. Kelly's lawyer is considering filing an appeal after the disgraced R&B star was found guilty of racketeering and related sex crimes in New York on Monday.

The "I Believe I Can Fly" singer faces decades behind bars after a jury found him guilty on all nine counts of recruiting women and underage children for sex.

Kelly's attorney tells CNN the defense team is disappointed by the verdict and is considering filing an appeal.

Deveraux Cannick accused federal prosecutors of cherry-picking evidence to suit their case against the singer.

"You didn't get to see what we saw in terms of the discovery," he said.

"You didn't get to see all the inconsistencies. We said in our summation that the government cherry-picked their version that they thought would support the continuation of the narrative."

Kelly, who has repeatedly denied the allegations against him, didn't react when the verdict was read out in court.


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However, his lawyer admitted the singer was shocked when the verdict was read out loud.

Attorney Gloria Allred, who represented three of six alleged victims, called Kelly the "worst" sexual predator she has ever encountered.

"I have been practicing law for 47 years. During this time I have pursued many sexual predators who have committed crimes against women and children. Of all the predators that I have pursued, however, Mr. Kelly is the worst, for many reasons.

"First, he used the power of his celebrity to recruit vulnerable underage girls for the purpose of sexually abusing them. These were not May-October relationships, which is what his defense attorney wanted the jury to believe; these were crimes against children and some adults.

"Second, to use the power of his business enterprise and many of his inner circle employees to assist him and enable him in his plan and his scheme to lure his victims to him, isolate them, intimidate them, control them, indoctrinate them, punish them, shame them, and humiliate them.

"All of which made Mr. Kelly more powerful and more dangerous than many other sexual predators who operate without a network of financial and businesses to support and enable them."

None of Kelly's former employees have been charged.

Kelly is scheduled to be sentenced on May 4, 2022. He is also facing similar charges in Illinois and Minnesota.