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Lee County Sheriff's Office

A Florida sheriff has published the mugshots of juvenile offenders, including a 10-year-old boy who threatened to shoot up his school.

Lee County Sheriff Carmine Marceno ordered his deputies to perp walk the 10-year-old boy in front of cameras on Saturday, May 28.

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The boy's pictures appeared in the NY Post and London's DailyMail.com. But some American media outlets complied with a law that protects juveniles under 18 who commit crimes.

Sheriff Marceno said publicly disgracing children (and their parents) will scare them straight.

"While I understand the boy is 10 years old, his brain's not fully developed, he's a juvenile, I have to tell you: When a 10-year-old presses a trigger, the aftermath is the same regardless of the age."

"We have a ten-year-old, a fifth-grader, that sends text messages that circulate. Pictures of wads of money. Pictures of rifles and written threats after that," Marceno said in an interview Tuesday with DailyMail.com.

Marceno said a "fake threat" can lead to "real consequences," and he will continue to release juvenile mugshots to the public because it teaches that committing an "adult felony" results in adult consequences.

The same day that the 10-year-old's mugshot and video were released, Corey Anderson, 18, from Hillsborough County, Florida, was charged with a felony after he posted a photo of a rifle, handgun and tactical vest online and captioned the image: "Hey Siri, directions to the nearest school".

The threats occurred after a teenager killed 21 people, including 19 children, at an elementary school in Texas on May 24.

Merceno defended releasing mugshots of juvenile offenders.

"If a 10-year-old, 12-year-old, 18-year-old presses the trigger, the aftermath is the same," he said. "As a sheriff I have to make certain that we leave no stone unturned and do everything possible to protect our children."

He added: "Doesn't matter who it is, you commit a felony, you write a threat to commit a mass shooting in a school - the mugshot, the picture, it's all going up there because the days of people trying to protect or hide are done."

Officials in other jurisdictions take a more traditional approach with juvenile offenders.

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New Orleans PD

In New Orleans, Louisiana, officials have refused media requests to release the mugshots of four Black teenagers who dragged 73-year-old Linda Frickey to her death while stealing her car.

The four suspects - 17-year-old John Honore, 15-year-old Lenyra Theophile, 15-year-old Marquel Curtis, and 15-year-old Briniyah Baker - are charged with second-degree murder and will be tried as adults.

They are being held on $1 million bail each and they face life in prison if convicted.

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Will Smith's criminal history resurfaced online, days after he assaulted comedian Chris Rock onstage during the 2022 Oscar Awards on Sunday.

According to MTO News, the Men In Black star's criminal history includes a brutal attack on a Philadelphia man that left him nearly blind in 1989.

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According to police, the young rapper was involved in a verbal dispute with record promoter William Hendricks that turned violent when Smith allegedly ordered his bodyguard to attack him.

The producer was left with a fracture of his left eye orbit and was hospitalized.

Smith was arrested and charged with aggravated assault, reckless endangerment, and criminal conspiracy.

Fortunately for the rapper, all charges were dropped after Smith paid the producer's medical bills.

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"Will had to spend a night in the cell at the West Philadelphia police station with other inmates waking him up all night long and asking for his autograph," an insider tells the National Enquirer. "It was the worst night of his life. He wants to forget it ever happened."

Smith refused to take responsibility in a 2005 interview, saying:

"It wasn't my fault. That's what they all say! But it wasn't my fault. This is back in Philly. One of my buddies beat up this dude, and I was there. That's my story and I'm sticking to it."

Smith won his first Oscar Award for his role as Serena and Venus Williams' father in King Richard on Sunday.

According to insiders, the Academy will ask the disgraced actor to return the golden statuette because "the punishment must fit the crime" and "bad behavior will not be rewarded by the Academy."

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Cook County Jail

Jussie Smollett's first night in the Cook County Jail was "uneventful" according to jail officials.

The disgraced actor shouted "I'm not suicidal!" after Judge James Linn sentenced Smollett to 150 days in jail and ordered him to pay $120,106 in restitution for lying to Chicago police. He was also ordered to pay a $25,000 fine and to provide a sample of his DNA as a convicted felon.

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The "Empire" actor wiped away a tear as he listened to his brother, Joel Smollett Jr., plead for leniency for him.

Smollett's sentencing hearing was held at the Leighton Criminal Court Building on Thursday, March 10, following his conviction on 5 of 6 counts of a class 4 felony in December.

The 39-year-old California native was booked into the Cook County Jail on Thursday night. His teary-eyed mugshot photo was released to the news media a few hours later.

The Cook County Jail was also home to R&B singer/songwriter R. Kelly, who is in a Brooklyn federal jail while awaiting sentencing for his racketeering conviction in New York last year.

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Cook County State Attorney Kim Foxx lashed out at the special prosecutor who indicted Smollett after Foxx dropped all charges against him in 2019.

In an op-ed for the Chicago Sun-Times, published on March 10, she wrote:

"In Smollett's case, the mob was relentless, organized and effective. A judge appointed a special prosecutor with an unlimited budget to reopen the investigation into a nonviolent Hollywood actor, a complete disregard for the discretion that prosecutors must have to be effective and independent.

"Smollett was indicted, tried and convicted by a kangaroo prosecution in a matter of months. Meanwhile, the families of more than 50 Black women murdered in Chicago over the last 20 years await justice."

She continued:

"What is most frustrating is that my cooperation in a process I knew was illegitimate sets a precedent that can be weaponized against progressive prosecutors determined to break the cycle of inevitable outcomes. Further, I worry it will serve as a deterrent to the next generation of prosecutors eager to fight for critical reforms.

Anyone interested in an equitable system of justice should be worried too."

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Russian State Media

A new image of WNBA star Brittney Griner was released by Russian State Media on Tuesday. The mugshot shows Griner, 31, wearing all black and holding a sheet of paper in front of her.

Griner was arrested in early February at a Moscow airport shortly after she arrived on a flight from New York City. Her arrest was announced by Russian authorities on Saturday.

The 6-foot-9 Phoenix Mercury center was charged with smuggling drugs into the country after customs officials searched her luggage and found a vape pen containing cannabis oil.

Her current location is unknown.

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Griner is among many WNBA players who compete overseas during the WNBA off season.

She reportedly earned $1 million per year and played 7 seasons in Russian.

Griner may spend years in a Russian prison, according to a former U.S. Department of Justice employee.

ESPN's TJ Quinn quoted Tom Firestone, legal advisor to the US Embassy in Moscow, in a series of Twitter posts.

"There’s little information on Griner's situation, but experts I've spoken to (like Tom Firestone, former DOJ legal advisor to US Embassy in Moscow, who joined me on air) say she's teetering between two legal paths."

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A remark about civil rights activist Rosa Parks sparked a violent altercation on a Delta Airlines flight on December 3.

According to federal court records, Patricia Cornwall injured passengers and flight attendants during an altercation on flight 2790 from Tampa to Atlanta.
 
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Cornwall, 51, was making her way from the restroom back to her seat near the front of the plane when her path was blocked by a flight attendant's cart in the narrow aisle.

The flight attendant asked Cornwall to take an empty seat in the back until she was done serving passengers. Cornwall, who is white, replied, "What am I, Rosa Parks?"

An 80-year-old passenger sitting nearby took offense to Cornwall's remark and told her that she "isn't black... this isn't Alabama and this isn't a bus."

A viral video, shared on Twitter by ATL Uncensored, shows what happened next.

Cornwall became irate and snapped at the older gentleman who had pulled his face mask down to eat.

"Put your f****** mask on," she said.

"Sit down Karen. You're a God d***ed Karen, sit down," said the man, using a pejorative term for angry white women.

"Don't you dare talk to me like that... stand your a** up," said Cornwall, who then proceeded to slap and spit on the unidentified passenger.

Cornwall was restrained by other passengers until the plane landed at Atlanta's Hartsfield Airport. The FBI took her into custody since she was in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 113(a)(4), assault on board a plane.

According to Heavy.com, Cornwall was released on $20,000 unsecured bond during a court hearing on Monday, Dec. 27.

She is banned from traveling on major airlines, except for her flight back home to California. She can also fly back to Georgia for future court appearances, as long as she takes her anxiety medications.

According to Heavy.com, Cornwall is a luxury realtor with Coldwell Banker Realty in California. She is a former Playboy model and former Raiders cheerleader. She also appeared in a 1990s episode of "Baywatch" under the name Patty Breton.

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Cape Girardeau PD

A Missouri woman's smiling mugshot has gone viral after she was arrested for murdering her fiancé on Christmas Eve.

Police say Brittany Wilson, 32, stabbed Harrison Foster with a sword after consuming methamphetamine together earlier that day.

Wilson, who apparently suffered from religious delusions, told investigators that Harrison Foster had several demons living inside him and she stabbed him with the sword to free him.

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Police say Wilson claimed Foster, 34, was harvesting body parts from other individuals. After stabbing Foster multiple times, Wilson left his body in the basement and called 911.

First responders arrived shortly after 11 p.m. Friday and found Foster unresponsive inside the home. A bloody sword and clothing were found in the front yard.

Police say Wilson is a mother of two children. Foster is not believed to be the father of the kids.

Prior to stabbing Foster, Wilson shared a meme on Facebook about multidimensional experiences.

She captioned the image: "So guys, Uhhhhhh, Turns out the love of Christ has superpower perks. Don't follow me for further elaboration, Follow him for Eternal Salvation."

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Las Vegas Metropolitan PD

A prosecutor will ask for the maximum penalty for former Raiders wide receiver Henry Ruggs III at his DUI trial.

The Raiders released Ruggs from his contract on Tuesday, hours after he was involved in a fatal DUI crash that left a female motorist and her dog dead.

Ruggs, 22, was driving at more than 150 mph with a blood-alcohol level twice Nevada's legal limit when his Chevrolet Corvette crashed into the back of a Toyota RAV4.

The impact and fireball killed a 23-year-old woman and her dog, a prosecutor said Wednesday.

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The Toyota was fully engulfed in flames by the time emergency responders arrived.

Ruggs and his passenger, Kiara Je'nai Kilgo-Washington, 22, with whom he has a baby daughter, were treated at a hospital with "serious" but non-life-threatening injuries.

A loaded gun was found in his car, prosecutors say.

Ruggs was booked into a Las Vegas jail and appeared in court on Wednesday with his attorneys, David Chesnoff and Richard Schonfeld. He wore a neck brace and was in a wheelchair after suffering a hip fracture in the crash.

He was not asked to enter a plea to the charges, pending the formal filing of charges by Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson, according to NFL.com.

Prosecutor Eric Bauman said air bag computer data showed the Corvette slowed from 156 mph to 127 mph before it collided with the Toyota.

Judge Joe M. Bonaventure said he could not recall crash case involving a speed that high since he became a judge.

The prosecutor plans to throw the book at Ruggs who faces a maximum of 20 years in state prison.

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Fans of rapper Young Buck are happy to know he is safe and sound after his girlfriend was arrested for trying to kill him.

According to The Tennessean, Buck, real name David Darnell Brown, was arrested Thursday on assault charges, unlawful possession of a weapon and vandalism over $10,000.

He was booked into the Sumner County Sheriff's Office, jail records show. He was still in custody Friday, being held on $60,000 bail.

If you recall, the rapper's girlfriend was arrested Tuesday and charged with reckless endangerment after she discharged a firearm at him during a verbal altercation.

Police say Lucresia Neil took aim with her pistol and fired multiple shots at the rapper as he fled their home in the Tower Hill subdivision in Hendersonville, Tenn.

Police were still searching for Brown a day later to determine whether he was wounded or he was in hiding because he feared for his life.

Jail records show Neil posted a $3,500 bond and was released from jail on Tuesday.

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Brown, 39, was a member of 50 Cent's hip-hop group G-Unit. 50 Cent (left) and Brown are pictured at a liquor store in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on Sept. 6, 2015.

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Zachary Ty Bryan, who played actor Tim Allen's eldest son on 1990s sitcom 'Home Improvement,' was arrested on assault charges.

Bryan, 39, was arrested in Oregon and charged with strangulation and assault following an argument with his 27-year-old girlfriend.

Officers responded to a domestic dispute call at an apartment in Eugene, Oregon on Friday night. They found Bryan sitting outside the apartment. His girlfriend was hiding at a neighboring apartment.

The girlfriend told police Bryan assaulted her, impeding her breathing, and took her phone away from her when she tried to call 911, police said.

He was booked into the Lane County Jail after 1 a.m. Saturday.

On Oct. 1, Bryan announced his separation from his wife of 13 years, Carly Matros, whom he met in high school.

"Almost Fourteen years as best friends, soulmates, partners and then parents. It has been an incredible journey, but together, we've decided to turn the page and move on from our marriage," he wrote in an Instagram post.

Bryan and Matros share four children - twin daughters Taylor Simone Bryan and Gemma Rae Bryan, born in 2014, and Jordana Nicole Bryan, born in 2016.

On March 18, 2019, they welcomed a son, Pierce Alexander Bryan.

It isn't clear if Bryan's 27-year-old girlfriend caused the breakup of his marriage.
 

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Miami-Dade PD

2 people are in custody facing charges in the shooting death of a Miami pastor. Miami-Dade police arrested Latravia Charm Bell, 20, and Nathaniel Bernard Roberson, 31, in the fatal shooting of Gregory Byrd last month at The Village Flea Market & Mall.

Both suspects confessed to their roles in the murder. They will be charged with first-degree murder, Local 10 News reported.

Another suspect listed on the arrest form, Mikal Norman, is still at large, the news outlet reported.

Byrd, 54, was caught in the crossfire of a shootout in a crowded parking lot as he walked to his vehicle on Sept. 10. He was pronounced dead at Jackson Memorial Hospital Ryder Trauma Center.

The shootout occurred while two Local 10 News reporters were at the scene working on another story.

Byrd's widow called him a "good family man."

"He was my friend — my best friend, my fishing partner," Dorothy Boyd said in an interview last month. "He was a great man."

Police say the community assisted in the apprehension of the suspects.

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Houston PD

A Houston mother who was photographed sobbing on the ground after her 2-year-old daughter was found in a storm drain has been charged in the child's murder.

Sahara Ervin, 20, and her boyfriend Travion Thompson, 21, were arrested Tuesday and charged with the murder of Maliyah Bass.

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Maliyah's battered and bruised body was pulled from a storm drain on August 23, a day after the toddler was reported missing by her mother.

Ervin told police she left Maliyah on the playground for a few minutes while she cooked breakfast on Aug. 22. When Ervin went back outside, she said Maliyah was gone.

The community gathered to help in the search for Maliyah.

"Everyone looking stupid and looking for the baby when they knew what happened to the baby," said a neighbor, Stella, KTRK reported.

Court records show Maliyah was physically abused before she died. Her body was covered with looped-pattern bruises that may have been caused by an extension cord or a hanger.

The coroner said Maliyah died from blunt force trauma. She was last seen on the apartment's surveillance video on August 20 at 12:40 a.m.

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Iyanna 'Yaya' Mayweather, daughter of Floyd Mayweather Jr., confirmed rumors that she is carrying NBA YoungBoy's eighth child after the rapper was arrested in Louisiana on drug charges.

The 19-year-old took to social media on Monday to practice her dance moves on TikTok. She made no attempt to hide her swollen belly.

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The pregnancy reveal comes the same day her baby daddy, 20-year-old YoungBoy, was arrested in Baton Rouge for possession of three different drugs -- a schedule 1 narcotic and two schedule II drugs.

He was booked into the EBR prison on Monday night, and a mugshot was taken to add to his growing collection.

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Yaya is no innocent. She was arrested in April for assaulting one of YoungBoy's 7 baby mamas.

TMZ Sports reported Iyanna stabbed Lapattra Lashai Jacobs during a heated confrontation at NBA YoungBoy's home.

Jacobs, 35, suffered multiple lacerations to her arm and was transported to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

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Duncan PD

A group of angry fathers took matters into their own hands when a teen girl told them a man leered at her in a Cracker Barrel restroom.

The incident happened at a Duncan, SC Cracker Barrel restaurant on Sunday morning. A group of fathers were having breakfast with their daughters - members of a softball team - when a 15-year-old girl returned from the women's restroom and told her father a man was peeking at her from under the restroom stall.

The girl said she noticed something moving near her feet and realized it was a man's head coming from the stall next to hers. The 15-year-old wasn't the only girl in the restroom at the time.

"I'll never forget the way they looked after. They were traumatized," a witness said.

The outraged father asked a female employee to get the man out of the restroom so he could have a word with him. The employee found the man in a stall and told him to get out.

The girl's father confronted the man - identified as Douglas Lane, 53, of Charlotte, NC, as he exited the restroom. Other fathers joined in to "talk" with Lane.

"The guy came running, sprinting out the front door with a very bloody nose," a witness told WSPA.com.

Not done with their talk, the group of outraged dads pursued Lane into the parking lot and tackled him to the asphalt.

Lane tried to get away, but the fathers restrained him until police arrived.

Police recovered Lane's cell phone on the floor of the women's restroom.

Lane, a registered sex offender, was charged with voyeurism, possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. He had been charged with peeping at least eight times prior to this incident.

Lane was released on $2,000 bond and will be monitored by GPS. The judge ordered he move to South Carolina, but he must have no contact with the victim or her family.
 

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Charlotte-Mecklenburg PD

North Carolina police responded to calls of a shootout between two groups of people outside a daycare center in Charlotte on Friday, Sept. 18.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg police were called to the scene of the shootout around 2:45 p.m. at a daycare on West Arrowood Rd.

Police say 20-year-old Isaiah Kersey and two others went to the daycare to pick up his toddler son, but he was denied by the daycare staff because he wasn't on the child's approved list for pick up.

The staff called the child's mother, who soon arrived with three other men - all packing firearms. An argument ensued in the parking lot between the two groups, which escalated into a wild shootout.

Police said two people in each group opened fire outside the daycare -- which had several children inside. None of the children were hurt. One staff member fell and injured her arm while running from the gunfire.

Kersey was the only person arrested and one firearm was recovered. He was booked into the Mecklenburg County Jail on charges of simple affray, obstruction and resisting an officer.

In 2019, Kersey was arrested and charged with possession of a stolen firearm after he was injured in a shooting in Fort Mill, South Carolina.

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Candace Owens continued her attack on George Floyd, the Black Minnesota man who was killed in police custody on May 25.

Owens told her Twitter followers George Floyd "is being upheld as an amazing human being."

She detailed his criminal history, which includes 8 arrests between 1997 and 2005 in Harris County, Texas. Floyd, 46, allegedly held a woman against her will at gunpoint before searching her house for drugs and money.

"Everyone is pretending that this man lived a heroic lifestyle," Owens said. "We are embarrassing in that regard. Nobody wants to tell the truth in Black America. Our biggest problem is us. "I have no apologies to make. George Floyd is not my martyr. He can be yours."

Owens agreed that, despite his criminal history, Floyd's family deserved justice because he was a man being.

"Not every Black American is a criminal. Not every Black American is committing crimes. But we are unique in that we are the only people that fight and scream and demand support for the people in our community that are up to no good. You would be hard-pressed to find a Jewish person who has spent five stints in prison, who commits a crime and dies while committing a crime and that the Jewish people demand justice for."

She continued, "You would be hard-pressed to find this in white America -- even in Latino America. What I am saying is not any defense for Derek Chauvin. The family of George Floyd deserves justice for the way that he died but I also am not going to accept the narrative that this is the best the Black community has to offer. For whatever reason it has become fashionable over the last five or six years for us to turn criminals into heroes overnight. It is something I find despicable."

In a follow-up post, Owens wrote: "Confession: #GeorgeFloyd is neither a martyr or a hero. But I hope his family gets justice."

Derek Chauvin, the ex Minneapolis police officer who kneeled on Floyd's neck causing his death, was fired from the police force and arrested. Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison upgraded his charges to second-degree murder.

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In addition to Chauvin (pictured 2nd from right), three former officers who pinned Floyd to the ground and stood by while he died were also charged in Floyd's murder on Wednesday, June 3.

Former Minneapolis officers J. Alexander Kueng, (pictured 2nd from left), Thomas Lane (left), and Tou Thao (far right) are all in custody, charged with aiding and abetting and second-degree murder and aiding and abetting and second-degree manslaughter. Kueng is set to appear in court on Thursday. If convicted on all charges, they face a maximum of 40 years in prison.