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A popular Thai YouTuber is accused of stealing $55 Million USD from YouTube subscribers and Instagram followers.

Natthamon Khongchak, from Bangkok, has over 800,000 subscribers on YouTube and 310,000 followers on Instagram.

Natthamon, also known as Nutty the YouTuber, told her subscribers she was a forex trader who could give them excellent returns on their investments.

She invited her subscribers to deposit money into her account and promised them 25% to 30% returns on their investments.

Over 6,000 people invested their money with Natthamon.

In April, investors began complaining after not receiving payments that she had promised.

In a May 25 post on Instagram, Natthamon said she'd made a "mistake" and lost all the money in a trade, but she promised to repay her investors.

In a June 24 post, she said that she was being sued in two cases and would not be able to pay back her investors if she lost the cases or went to jail.

Phaisal Ruangrit, a lawyer representing one victim, said his client deposited $495,228 USD into Natthamon's account.

On Sunday, the popular Thai Facebook page Drama-Addict claimed Natthamon fled Thailand and was in the wind with over $55 million of her victim's money.

One investor offered a $27,000 USD reward for information leading to Natthamon's arrest.

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A man with Atlanta ties who appeared on the reality TV series "90 Day Fiancé" is wanted by U.S. Marshals for murder.

Michael Baltimore, 43, is wanted in the 2021 shooting death of a Pennsylvania barbershop owner, WSBTV reports.

Police said Baltimore fatally shot Kendell Jerome Cook, owner of the GQ Barbershop in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. He also allegedly shot a second victim who survived.

The U.S. Marshals said Baltimore is also wanted for aggravated assault, strangulation and parole violations.

"He has an extensive criminal history and is known to be violent. He should be considered armed and dangerous and should not be approached," officials said.

Baltimore appeared on several episodes of the popular TLC show "90 Day Fiancé" in 2019.

He is known to have personal ties to Atlanta. The U.S. Marshal's Office asked the public in Atlanta and other cities to contact them with information on his whereabouts at 1-877-WANTED2 (1-877-926-8332).

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Lauderdale County Sheriff

Vicky and Casey White's lover's hideaway is a hot destination spot for curiosity seekers who want to stay where the fugitive couple spent their last days on the run.

The Indiana motel room has a long waiting list, according to the NY Post.

US Marshals tracked the fugitive couple to the motel and the couple led them on a brief high speed chase. Vicky shot herself after law enforcement forced the car she was driving into a ditch.

If you want to rent room 150 at the Motel 41 in Evansville, there are at least 70 people ahead of you.

A motel clerk told WAAY News that the ground floor room normally rents for $63 a night. But now, because of the high demand, it's going for $75 to $100 a night.

On Sunday, 25 people called to rent the room and were told to get in line.

The clerk said the room doesn't have a number on the door because someone stole it.

The demand is so great that some people chose to rent the adjoining rooms - so those rooms also have waiting lists.

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The modern day Bonnie & Clyde became household names after Vicky helped Casey to escape from an Alabama jail in April. Law enforcement caught up to them 11 days later.

Before she died, Vicky reportedly yelled at Casey, "You had to stay in a motel!"

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Fugitives Casey Cole White and Vicky White apparently exchanged vows in jail or while on the run from the law.

Casey referred to corrections officer Vicky White as his "wife" when he was pulled from the wrecked Cadillac that overturned during a high speed chase in Evanston, Indiana on Monday.

Vicky White died on Tuesday from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

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Casey and Vicky disappeared on April 29 after she took him from the Lauderdale County Jail in Florence, Alabama.

She told jail colleagues she was taking the 6-ft-9 murder suspect to the courthouse for a mental evaluation. But officials later learned there was no such appointment.

Her patrol car was found abandoned near the jail. Officials initially believed her life was in danger and that she had been abducted by the career criminal.

Vicky had been with the department for 25 years. She was due to retire the day after she helped Casey escape from jail.

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Law enforcement officials caught up with the pair at a hotel in Evanston, and they tried to flee.

While on the phone with police, Vicky said she had a gun to her head and her finger was on the trigger.

Authorities rammed the Cadillac and it overturned into a ditch.

"When we were taking Casey White into custody, upon his surrender he said, "Help my wife, she just shot herself," Commander Deputy U.S. Marshal Chad Hunt told ABC News' "Good Morning America" on Tuesday.

Hunt said there was no evidence the two were married.

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Vicky White's ex-mother-in-law fears she may not be alive after she helped Casey Cole White escape from an Alabama jail.

Frances White expressed concern that the murder suspect has "done something" to the former corrections officer.

"I just can't picture Vicky running off with that man," she said. "Vicky was a person who kept all of her thoughts and troubles to herself."

Vicky White, 56, was in charge of corrections officers at the Lauderdale County Jail in Florence, Alabama, when she helped Cole White, 38, escape.

She has since been fired and she will lose her pension.

Vicky reportedly sold her home about a month before the April 29 escape. Officials say she bought a 2007 Ford Edge SUV the week before the escape.

According to Fox News, Vicky White and Casey Cole White, who are not related, were in phone contact with each other for the 2 years that he was housed at William E. Donaldson Correctional Facility in Bessemer, Alabama.

Cole White confessed to a 2015 murder Connie Ridgeway, 58, while he was an inmate at the Donaldson facility. He was transferred from the Donaldson facility to the Lauderdale facility in 2020 and was awaiting trial.

The two met there and developed a romantic relationship. They maintained phone contact for 2 years after he returned to the Donaldson jail in 2000.

He was transferred back to the Lauderdale jail in February for a court appearance. That's when they allegedly plotted his escape.

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On Friday morning, Vicky allegedly told jail staff she was taking the prisoner to the county courthouse for a mental evaluation and she planned to see a doctor for an appointment.

Jail policy requires two corrections officers to accompany inmates on doctor's appointments.

She allegedly told colleagues the other officers would meet her at the courthouse and that she was the only one carrying a gun.

Her marked patrol car was found abandoned at a shopping center about 10 minutes from the jail.

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Lauderdale County Sheriff

An Alabama corrections officer who helped a convicted murderer to escape from jail has been fired and will lose her pension, Sheriff Rick Singleton said Wednesday.

Vicky White was Assistant Director of Corrections at the Lauderdale County Detention Facility when she helped Casey White to escape on Friday, April 29.

She had planned to retire the following Monday and had applied for state-funded retirement benefits.

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Lauderdale County Sheriff

Authorities say Vicky White, who is no relation to Casey White, violated jail policy when she told staff she was taking Casey to the courthouse in her marked patrol car.

The jail has a mandatory policy requiring two corrections officers when transporting a detainee.

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Surveillance video shows the pair leaving the facility in her marked vehicle. The empty vehicle was spotted in the Florence Square parking lot, about 10 minutes away from the jail.

"We know that there was never any effort to go to the courthouse. They went straight to Florence Square parking lot, dumped the patrol car, got in the other vehicle and left," Singleton said.

Vicky met Casey in 2020 when he was serving time for murder at a state prison. He was transferred to the county jail in February to attend court hearings in his capital murder case.

The pair had kept in touch when he was at the state prison, the sheriff said.

Other jail inmates said Casey White, who is 6-foot-9, received "special treatment" from Vicky while he was detained at the jail.

The inmates told investigators Casey White "was getting extra food on his trays" and "was getting privileges no one else got. And this was all coming from her."

Vicky White sold her house and was reportedly living with her mother when she went on the run with Casey White. The sheriff said she is flush with cash.

She bought a 2007 rust-colored Ford Edge with an unknown license plate last week, according to officials.

"We assume they are going to ditch that car at the first opportunity when they get wind that the description is out there," the sheriff said. "So we're back to square one."

They are armed with an AR-15 and shotgun, police say.

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Law enforcement officials in Memphis, Tennessee are still waiting for the suspected killer of Young Dolph to turn himself in.

Young Dolph, real name Adolph Thornton, was gunned down by two men inside a Tennessee bakery on November 17.

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigations and U.S. Marshals Service named Justin Johnson as one of the killers.

Johnson, 23, promised to turn himself in to police on Monday, Jan. 10, but instead, he dropped a music video showcasing his mumble rapping skills.
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The Memphis Police Department and U.S. Marshals are still on a nationwide manhunt for the aspiring rapper, who calls himself "Straight Drop." It is reported that officials viewed his music video for clues to his whereabouts.

The home where the music video was filmed is the same location where the getaway vehicle, a white Mercedes Benz was found abandoned.

According to Fox13 Memphis, an attorney representing Johnson said he was unaware of the rapper's plan to turn himself in.

Johnson posted on his Instagram story last week:

"Turning Myself In Monday @ 201. I'm Innocent. I'll Be Back Sooner Than You Can Blink." He also had a message for bloggers: "Next time post the REAL .. BS blogs."

Johnson is wanted on charges of First-Degree murder, Criminal Attempt-First Degree Murder, and Theft of Property valued between $10,000-$60,000.

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, the U.S. Marshals Service, and Crime Stoppers have offered a reward of $15,000 for tips leading to Johnson's capture.

Watch the music video below.

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Justin Johnson, the 23-year-old suspect in Young Dolph's murder, is an aspiring rapper seen partying with Dolph in photos.

According to DJ Vlad, the photo "reveals a possible deeper connection that could answer more questions about the circumstances surrounding Dolph's tragic and untimely demise."
RELATED: Police Identify Suspect in Young Dolph Murder Case

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Johnson is an aspiring Memphis rapper who called himself "Straight Droppp." His Instagram page @straightdroppp features photos of him flaunting cash, expensive cars, and designer clothing.

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Instagram users suggested the money and cars were payoff for the hit on the famous rapper.

Vlad wrote:

"To add insult to injury, Johnson is seen wearing a Paper Route Entertainment charm on his belt in a picture taken just before Dolph's murder. Many are suggesting he got the charm after a previous run-in with Dolph and his crew before the shooting."

Instagram sleuths identified Johnson as one of Dolph's killers in the days after the murder.

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Law enforcement officials in Tennessee have identified a suspect in the shooting death of rapper Young Dolph.

Young Dolph, real name Adolph Thornton, was gunned down inside a Tennessee cookie shop on November 17.
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Dolph, a native of Memphis, was targeted by two gunmen who hopped out of a white Mercedes Benz and opened fire.

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Young Dolph, 36, was known for his charitable work in Memphis. He was in town to participate in his annual turkey giveaway for Thanksgiving.

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and the U.S. Marshals Service identified 23-year-old Justin Johnson as a suspect in the case.

A $15,000 reward is being offered for tips leading to Johnson's capture.

Johnson is described as a Black male, 5 feet, 8 inches tall, 190 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. He has the name "Jaiya," tattooed on his right arm.

The TBI tweeted on Tuesday night:

"We need your help to find Justin Johnson, wanted by @MEM_PoliceDept and TBI for 1st Degree Murder, Criminal Attempt-1st Degree Murder, & Theft of Property $10,000-$60,000.

He should be considered armed & dangerous.

Seen him? Call 901-378-3132 or 1-800-TBI-FIND."

In a separate tweet, the TBI wrote:

"A reward of up to $2,500 is being offered by TBI for information leading to Justin Johnson’s arrest for a total reward of up to $15,000 in coordination with @USMarshalsHQ, @MEM_PoliceDept, and Crimestoppers."

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Garland PD

Texas police are on the hunt for a 14-year-old boy who killed three teenagers inside a Garland convenience store on Sunday.

Surveillance video shows Abel Elias Acosta, shirtless and armed with a handgun, creep to the doorway of a Texaco station and open fire inside.

Garland police say Acosta fired 20 rounds into the store, killing three teenagers.

Police identified the victims as Xavier Gonzalez, 14, Ivan Noyala, 16, and Rafael Garcia, 17. A 15-year-old cook was also injured but has not been identified.

Acosta's father, Richard Acosta, allegedly served as the teenager's getaway driver. Police say Richard turned himself in, but his son is still at large.

Richard Acosta, 33, faces capital murder charges. He was booked into jail on $1 million bond, the NY Post reported.

Police announced a $5,000 reward for information leading to Acosta's arrest and conviction. Acosta is considered armed and extremely dangerous.

Abel Acosta is described as a light-skinned Hispanic male with dark hair and brown eyes. He stands just over 5 feet tall and weighs around 125 pounds.

The deadly attack may have been in retaliation for a previous incident involving the teens.

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A manhunt is underway for James and Jennifer Crumbley, the parents of Ethan Crumbley, who shot and killed 4 students during a shooting rampage on Tuesday.

Police say James Crumbley purchased a 9MM semi-automatic handgun just days before his son's shooting spree at Oxford High School.

Ethan Crumbley, 15, reportedly showed off the murder weapon on social media in the days leading up to the shooting at Oxford High School.

Oakland County (Michigan) Prosecutor Karen McDonald announced four involuntary manslaughter charges against the Crumbleys.

An attorney for the parents said they would turn themselves in, but police suspect they are in the wind.

The Crumbleys are believed to be driving a black 2021 Kia Seltos SUV with Michigan plate number DQG 5203.

They were expected to be arraigned by video Friday in Rochester Hills, MSN reports.

Charges were filed against the couple after prosecutors say his mom texted him the day of the shooting to say "don't do it" and "learn not to get caught."

The Oakland County Fugitive Team, the FBI and U.S, Marshal Service, have joined in the search for the couple.

"The action of fleeing and ignoring their attorney certainly adds weight to the charges," Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard said in a press release Friday. "They cannot run from their part in this tragedy."

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Surveillance footage from outside a Memphis cookie store shows a man firing at two suspects who fatally shot rapper Young Dolph.

Dolph, 36, was shot multiple times by two gunmen firing into Makeda's Butter Cookies store on Airway Blvd Wednesday. Dolph was pronounced dead at the scene.

A photo circulating on social media shows the shattered storefront windows where the gunmen opened fire.

Images from the surveillance video shows a man dressed in all black armed with a Draco AK-47 firing at a white Mercedes Benz speeding away from the scene.

The man was arrested by Memphis police. He has not been identified.

The assailants are still at large.

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In related news, aspiring rapper Soulja Boy was dropped from the 2021 Millenium Tour stops in St. Louis, Missouri and Memphis, Tennessee.

Soulja Boy reportedly had beef with Dolph on social media and allegedly threatened his life a few days before he was killed.

The rapper responded on social media, writing, "I'm still getting paid. What him dying got to do with me? I'm tryna see my fans."

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A manhunt is underway for a former NFL player who brutally attacked his ex-girlfriend in a viral video.

Zac Stacy is wanted on felony charges of assaulting Kristin Evans, the mother of his 5-month-old son.

According to docs obtained by TMZ Sports, Stacy is facing felony aggravated battery and criminal mischief charges.

Stacy faces up to 15 years behind bars if convicted on the aggravated battery charge and 5 years in prison on the criminal mischief charge.

The former running back is currently still at large. Evans believes his friends are hiding him in the Nashville area.

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In a video on Thursday, Evans said:

"I don't know why his friends are hiding him. If you see him -- he drives a white Kia Optima, a 2020 I believe or a 2021. Please, again, if you see him or you know of any location that he might be, please turn him in or call your local authorities."

Evans said police in Oakland, Florida, where she lives, ignored her pleas to arrest Stacy. Their slow response enabled him to flee the state of Florida.

However, police officials tell TMZ officers responded to the domestic violence call "within two minutes" of Stacy's attack last Saturday.

Meanwhile, TMZ reports Stacy has been dropped from his role as a youth football ambassador for the Music City Bowl this year.

Stacy, 30, is a former running back for the NY Jets and St. Louis Rams.

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Reality TV star 'Dog the Bounty Hunter' is close on the heels of America's Most Wanted fugitive Brian Laundrie, the man suspected of murdering vlogger Gabby Petito.

TMZ reports that Dog claims Laundrie is alive, and he's close to capturing him.

Laundrie's flight to avoid prosecution has gripped the nation as millions are glued to their TVs or blogs waiting for word of his capture - or at least word that his body has been found in the Florida swamp.

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Laundrie went on the lam after his fiancée, Petito, was found deceased at a campsite in Wyoming.

He was last seen camping with his parents at Fort DeSoto Park in Florida, days before Petito's body was discovered in Wyoming on Sept. 19.

Neighbors say his parents returned to their North Point home without their son after the camping trip.

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Sources with direct knowledge tell TMZ that Dog is heading to a remote site in Florida where he claims Laundrie is hiding.

Dog says he obtained information that leads him to believe Laundrie was alive as of 10 PM on Tuesday.

Dog is working with a team of professional bounty hunters that includes skilled ground and boat crews.

Dog's daughter, Lyssa Chapman, is briefing her Twitter followers with regular updates about her father's search.


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Federal agents, state police, and U.S. Marshals continue their search for fugitive Brian Laundrie inside the 25,000 acre Carlton Reserve in southwest Florida. But he may have been spotted 500 miles away.

Laundrie, 23, is a "person of interest" in the death of his fiancée Gabby Petito.

A man who resembles Laundrie was spotted on a deer camera in Baker, Florida, about 500 miles away from his parents' home.

Sam Bass spotted the man on his deer cam and snapped a photo.

Bass wrote on his Facebook page on Monday:

"I'm not saying this is the guy but whoever was on my trail camera this morning in Baker, Fl strongly fits the description of Brian Laundrie, authorities have been contacted but people in the North West Florida area be on the look out."

Authorities have not confirmed whether the man in the photo is Laundrie.

According to Fox 10 News, Laundrie has no connection to the area, and none of the residents recognized the man in the photo.

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A Petito family lawyer confirmed the human remains found at a Wyoming camp site on September 19 has been identified as Petito.

Laundrie was last seen at his parents' North Port, Florida home on Tuesday, Sept. 14. His attorney reported him missing a few days before Petito's body was found in a Wyoming park.

Petito and Laundrie set out on a cross-country road trip from New York on July 2. The couple documented their "van life" for their YouTube channel.

He showed up at his parents' Florida home without Petito on September 1. Her mother reported her missing on Sept. 11, but Laundrie refused to speak with police.