In the summer of 2020, the woman in her 20s, who suffered from seizures, started to notice that things were happening to her while she was having seizures.
Concerned for what was happening, she decided to purchase an alarm clock which had a built-in covert camera.
Within days of installing the camera, the woman recorded footage of Poole sexually assaulting her while she was suffering a seizure.
That's horrific! What a disgusting person that guy is to do something like to her!This is both bizarre and depraved: a male carer repeatedly assaulted a disabled woman while she had seizures.
Victim speaks out after horrific sexual abuse by carer
This is both bizarre and depraved: a male carer repeatedly assaulted a disabled woman while she had seizures.
Victim speaks out after horrific sexual abuse by carer
SOURCE: https://www.wspa.com/news/man-arres...und-stolen-horse-inside-bedroom-in-oconee-co/Man arrested after deputies find stolen horse inside bedroom in Oconee Co.
The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office arrested and charged a man after deputies found a stolen horse inside a bedroom Monday.
Garry Chase Coble Jr. was charged with larceny of livestock.
A ... woman saw Coble riding a horse down the road at 2:33 p.m. and took it inside a home ...
Once deputies arrived on scene, they made contact with Coble’s father who stated Coble was not supposed to be there.
Once the father arrived, Coble opened the front door and deputies saw horse feces in the living room.
The father demanded Coble come out of the bedroom and as deputies tried to take him into custody, he went back into the bedroom.
According to the sheriff’s office, that is when deputies saw a full size quarter horse standing in the middle of the bedroom.
Deputies said the horse appeared to be calm as they followed Coble into the bathroom and placed him into custody.
The horse’s owner arrived on scene and noticed a small red laceration on the front left leg of the horse that they stated was not on the horse last time they saw it.
Coble is facing charges of burglary, petit larceny and malicious injury to animals or personal property in unrelated cases. ...
Can remember reading about this at the time, July 2018. So it's taken three years to come to court.Canadian soldier secretly fed cannabis-laced cupcakes to troops on a live-fire training exercise:
What could possibly go wrong?
She was convicted of eight counts of administering a noxious substance to soldiers without their consent and one count of behaving in a disgraceful manner.
93 Every person who behaves in a cruel or disgraceful manner is guilty of an offence and on conviction is liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years or to less punishment.
FULL STORY: https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crim...to-save-her-in-bid-to-win-her-back/ar-AANOYLcMan Kidnapped Ex-Wife so He Could Pretend to Save Her in Bid to Win Her Back
A Georgia man was recently sentenced to 25 years in prison after he devised a plan to kidnap his ex-wife in a bid to win her back. ...
The Cherokee County district attorney's office in Georgia identified the man as 36-year-old Rodney William Metzer ... Metzer admitted to "14 charges related to an attack on his ex-wife that included kidnapping, assaulting, threatening her with a handgun, and leaving her bound with homemade zip tie handcuffs" ...
Metzer's arrest followed a January 1 incident at the home of Metzer's ex-wife. Officers with the sheriff's office responded at around 2 a.m. to a 911 call ...
When officers spoke to Metzer, he said he had just arrived at the residence and found his ex-wife lying on the deck and zip-tied with a pillowcase over her head. Officers first believed that Metzer was "a concerned family member," the press release said, but investigators discovered a much different story ...
Before the January 1 incident, Metzer tried to restore his relationship with his ex-wife but she refused, prompting him to break into her house wearing a mask and displaying a gun ...
"When he spoke to her, he disguised his voice. He hit her with the butt of his gun and tried to strangle her two times. He zip-tied her hands, assaulted her, placed a pillowcase over her head, and dragged her to the deck" ... It added that Metzer told his ex-wife if she moved from the deck she would be shot.
Metzer then returned to his residence to change his clothes and went back to his ex-wife's home, which is when he called the police.
The district attorney's office said that "evidence in the case was substantial" ...
"In the days leading up to this attack he faked a cancer diagnosis in an attempt to gain sympathy from his ex-wife. When that didn't work, he created a convoluted plan that the investigators in this case and our office truly believe involved a plot to kill her and then himself" ...
"When he couldn't go through with that plan, he instead devised a new plan to rescue her. Fortunately, Sheriff's Office investigators saw through this scheme and quickly arrested the defendant" ...
Metzer was sentenced by Judge Anthony Baker to 70 years, with the first 25 years to be served in confinement and the remaining 45 to be served on probation ...
'When he spoke to her, he disguised his voice.' Yeah, I'm sure that worked.This Georgia man's elaborate fake kidnapping stunt was intended to win his ex-wife back, but ended up netting him a 70-year sentence of which the first 25 will be served behind bars.
FULL STORY: https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crim...to-save-her-in-bid-to-win-her-back/ar-AANOYLc
FULL STORY: https://www.azfamily.com/news/polic...cle_23a11e18-09c7-11ec-a58c-6fe8a159b6e0.htmlPolice say man set fires at Phoenix Circle K stores to steal beer
Police arrested 61-year-old Dennis Ray Barrett on Aug. 28 after he allegedly set fire to trash cans inside three different Circle K stores in the Phoenix area. Investigators believe he set the fires to create a distraction so he could steal alcohol.
On July 31, Barrett reportedly set fire to a trash can inside a Circle K near Broadway Road and 32nd Avenue. Police say surveillance footage recorded Barrett setting a fire and then running out of the store with stolen beer. He was able to leave while the cashier was distracted by the fire.
Police say Barrett used the same tactic at two Circle K locations on Southern Avenue on Aug. 1. He reportedly set fires in trash cans inside each store and fled with stolen beer while the cashiers were dealing with the fires. ...
Barrett is facing three counts of arson of an occupied structure and four counts of shoplifting.
Whenever I hear of crimes in Brazil that are spectacularly callus like this, I think of news reports I heard in the '80s and '90s of street children in Brazil who were left to fend for themselves, who brutalized and sometimes murdered by the police, and who sniffed glue in little plastic bags to escape their misery. Some grew up, and may be returning the favor to the society that abandoned them.Brazilian bank robbers strap hostages to getaway cars as human shields
After failing to steal the man's watch, when it snagged on his cuff, West Midlands Police said the 24-year-old jogged away from Colmore Row.
He soon stumbled across another woman wearing a £4,700 Rolex watch, which he also made off with.
Police said the "nimble-footed" thief's dance moves, which included "grinding up against the woman" and flicking out his leg, proved an effective way of diverting the couple's attention.
"Normally pickpockets try to steal using stealth so you won't even feel it," PC Mat Evans said. "But this technique uses the opposite approach, using excessive contact to misdirect your attention away from the sensation of having your pockets emptied or, in this case, your watch stolen."
He said it was a skill that took "many hours of training" to perfect.
"I've seen the 'Ronaldinho' technique used before, but this offender's particular dance moves were the most bizarre I've ever seen. Part Bruce Forsyth, part Artful Dodger," PC Evans added
In the second theft of the night, in St Phillip's Cathedral grounds, police said Jabour sang It's Coming Home in an attempt to divert the woman's attention, although she realised something was wrong and resisted.
Jabour then twisted her arm before slipping off her designer watch.
He was spotted in the city centre later in the month and arrested.
His mobile phone was examined and police said pictures of a house party showed Abdul Boychaala and Hussen Ehab, who were jailed for the same ruse.
FULL STORY: https://apnews.com/article/oddities-europe-785b3f9da8fcabae7f8dd93aa98ff69cScratch, win, run: Italian cops seek man who snatched ticket
Italian police on Saturday were hunting for a Naples tobacco shop owner who allegedly ran off on a motor scooter with a customer’s “scratch and win” game card, which had clinched the top prize of 500,000 euros ($580,000) ...
A day earlier, a woman in her late 60s had purchased two of the highly popular game cards at her local shop in a working-class neighborhood of the southern port city. The first card was a loser. But when she scratched the second one, she saw to her amazement it was the big win ...
The customer handed it to a shop employee to double check. That employee in turn passed it to one of the smoke shop’s owners for a final check. Instead, news reports said, he held on to it, grabbed his helmet, hopped on the scooter and raced away with the game card ...
To prevent the alleged thief from cashing in, authorities at the Italian tax office which runs the “scratch and win” operation froze the entire block of numbers of cards that had been distributed to the tobacco shop. ...
Oh yes you wasI've been married twice, both times in civil ceremonies so there was no mention of obedience. I absolutely would never marry in church. It goes against everything I believe.
Mind you, I was raised in the '60s when the exact shade and cut of the bride's dress were scrutinised for hints about her virginity or lack of it or her possible pregnancy. I wasn't 'aving that!
I hope they send him the bill
A man has admitted making hundreds of nuisance calls to the NHS 111 line in order to indulge a "sexual foot fetish", police said.
Richard William Cove, 45, from Worthing, West Sussex, made more than 1,200 calls, costing the NHS £21,000.
Pretending to be an elderly woman, he would ask call handlers about their feet, Sussex Police said.
FULL STORY: https://news.yahoo.com/man-arrested-suspicion-stealing-more-033503520.htmlA man was arrested on suspicion of stealing more than 700 pieces of women's underwear from coin laundromats
Police officers in the southern Japanese city of Beppu have accused a man of stealing 730 pieces of women's underwear from coin laundries.
Authorities were first alerted by an unnamed 21-year-old female college student, who accused Tetsuo Urata, 56, of pilfering six pairs of underwear from her at a laundromat on August 24 ...
The city police showed up on Urata's doorstep that week, where they found 730 pieces of underwear stashed in his apartment. Urata has been arrested and has admitted to the authorities that he stole the underwear found in his possession ...
"We haven't confiscated such a large number of panties in years," a Beppu city police department spokesman told Abema TV. ...
Several other high-profile cases of men stealing women's underwear have come out of Japan in recent years. This March, Takahiro Kubo, a 30-year-old electrician, was accused by the authorities in southwestern Saga Prefecture of stealing 424 pieces of underwear and swimsuits from teenage girls. He was caught when a resident in Saga filmed him attempting to steal a swimsuit drying on a clothesline.
In 2019, police arrested Toru Adachi, then 40, in Oita Prefecture on suspicion of stealing 10 pieces of women's underwear from a coin laundromat ... The police netted a haul of more than 1,100 items of female underwear kept in futon cases at Adachi's home when they searched his place.
Serial underwear theft happens in the US, too. In July, the Associated Press reported that Alabama police found more than 400 panties in the home of John Thomas Uda, 27. Uda was also accused of stealing underwear from laundromats in 2019 ...
FULL STORY: https://lawandcrime.com/crazy/new-o...hanging-up-on-people-with-emergencies-police/New Orleans 911 Dispatcher on the Run After Repeatedly Hanging Up on People With Emergencies: Police
A Louisiana woman and 911 dispatcher is currently wanted by authorities in New Orleans after allegedly fielding several emergency calls and then hanging up on people in need of assistance.
Precious Stephens, 25, stands accused of malfeasance in office and interfering with an emergency communication for allegedly disconnecting calls without gathering the requisite information or relaying the callers’ needs to other dispatchers or authorities.
According to the New Orleans Police Department, Stephens is at large and has a warrant out for her arrest on both charges.
“Working as a 911 operator with the Orleans Parish Communications District at the time, she is wanted for allegedly disconnecting 911 calls deliberately without obtaining necessary emergency information or relaying such emergencies to the other dispatchers for aid,” the NOPD noted in a press release. “The report was taken on August 23, 2021.”
According to local ABC affiliate KATC, Stephens was fired from her job as of late last month.
The communication district allegedly noticed something odd about Stephens’s phone calls during her shifts on Aug. 20 and 21, officials told The Times-Picayune. Those problems were uncovered during an investigation into the quality of a random sampling of calls.
Those internal protocols, however, turned up more than audio quality issues, officials say. Stephens was immediately dismissed and her information was turned over to the police. ...
If convicted as charged, Stephens faces more than five years in prison as well as substantial fines. ...
A New Orleans 911 operator / dispatcher shirked her duties by failing to gather critical info from callers and even hanging up on them. Warrants have been issued for her arrest, and she could be facing years in prision and hefty fines.
FULL STORY: https://lawandcrime.com/crazy/new-o...hanging-up-on-people-with-emergencies-police/