Tyrelle Webster Laughs about Murdering Grover Watson in Cincinnati Ohio

 

October 18, 2013 Cincinnati Ohio (WLWT) – A South Fairmount man faces life in prison after a Hamilton County jury Thursday convicted Tyrelle Webster of murder.

Webster, 28, was in the 3400 block of East Price Hill’s Osage Avenue in the early morning hours of April 7, 2012, when he shot and killed Grover Watson. Webster has previous drug convictions.

When Common Pleas Court Judge Jody Luebbers sentences Webster on Oct. 17, have faces a maximum of life in prison.

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Hispanic Youth Sexually Assaults Women, in Culver City California

 

October 18, 2013 Culver City California (KCAL) – Detectives are seeking the public’s help in finding a teenage boy suspected of sexually assaulting a woman at a Culver City train station.

The victim, 31, was on a Metro Rail Train headed from downtown Los Angeles to the Jefferson / La Cienega Station on Oct. 9 when she was followed off of the train by the boy, Culver City police said Thursday in a news release.

The boy allegedly followed the woman to the Culver City boundary and sexually assaulted her on the sidewalk at National Boulevard and Eastham Drive, police said.

The alleged attacker (pictured) is described as a male Hispanic in his mid to late teens, 5 feet 9 inches tall with a slim build. He was last seen wearing a brown hooded sweatshirt and tan shorts.

He is shown in surveillance footage walking on the train tracks and inside of the train.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Culver City Police Department at 310-253-6202, or Detective Tobias Raya at 310-253-6318.

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Tiona Rodriguez caught shoplifting at Victoria’s Secret. Security found dead fetus in her bag

October 18, 2013 New York City(CBSNEWYORK) – The suspected teenage shoplifter found with a dead fetus in a plastic bag while allegedly stealing lingerie at Victoria’s Secret has been named.

The 17-year-old, who has a two-year-old son, was taken to hospital after a security guard discovered the fetus of a boy when he searched her bags in Manhattan at about 1.30pm today.

The teenager, named as Tiona Rodriguez, told police she had a miscarriage the day before and had put the remains in her bag because she didn’t know what to do.

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Hooded Man Robs several dunkin donuts in Rockland Massachusetts

October 16, 2013 Rockland Massachusetts (WCVB) – The most recent Dunkin’ Donuts robbery, which took place Tuesday night in Rockland, was captured on surveillance video.

A masked and hooded man ran across the parking lot and walked in from a side door. The store was open, but there were no customers inside.

The robber ambushed an unsuspecting employee, who was cleaning. The man, who was wearing black gloves and holding a gun, demanded money. He opened the first cash register himself. A second register was opened by an employee.

It’s similar to more than two dozen Dunkin’ Donuts robberies that have taken place in 16 towns.

Police from multiple agencies met in Norwood to share information. They’re trying to determine if the same bandit is responsible for all 24 Dunkin’ Donuts holdups.

“Certainly, the fact that multiple communities involved makes it difficult, but working together makes it easier,” Norwood Police Department Lt. Peter Kelly said.

Police are also investigating a robbery late Tuesday night at a Gulf gas station in Duxbury. It was held up by a gun-wielding, masked man less than two hours after the Rockland Dunkin’ Donuts robbery.

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Defense says a black male attacked Natasha McShane and Stacy Jurich, not Heriberto Viramontes

**Dunn said. He also said there is no DNA evidence linking Viramontes to the crimes.**

October 16, 2013 Chicago Illinois (FOX32) – The trial of a man accused of beating two women with a baseball bat in Chicago began Wednesday with one of the victims tearfully describing the attack and the other victim’s mother showing video of her severely injured daughter, who can no longer walk and can barely communicate.

Stacy Jurich told jurors she and Natasha McShane, an Irish exchange student, were brutally beaten and robbed as they walked to their Chicago home on a spring evening in 2010.

“I heard my head being hit and I felt excruciating pain,” Jurich said. “The back of my skull was cracked open.”

Heriberto Viramontes, 33, is charged with attempted murder, aggravated battery and armed robbery. His public defender said prosecutors have the wrong suspect.

Jurich, now 27, described the attack, which happened under a viaduct after a night of dancing in April 2010. Both women, then studying at the University of Illinois at Chicago, were beaten unconscious and left on the street. She said she saw the bat strike McShane in the head.

“She went down immediately, her face just fell into the sidewalk,” Jurich, who needed 15 staples in her head, testified. “She was not moving on the ground. The blood started coming out of her head.”

McShane’s mother, Sheila McShane, said her once-vibrant daughter used to be a good sketch artist but now only scribbles. A video showed the 27-year-old woman struggling to take a sip of water. McShane said her daughter also suffered infections and seizures.

“She just went into a fit of shaking so bad she had a hip fracture,” Sheila McShane said.

During opening statements, a prosecutor said Viramontes “unleashed his violent rage” on the women. But Viramontes’ public defender, David Dunn, said his client is a victim of mistaken identity.

“To this day Miss Jurich has not seen any lineup and been able to say `Yes or no. That’s the person who was under the viaduct,’ ” Dunn said. He also said there is no DNA evidence linking Viramontes to the crimes.

Prosecutors said Viramontes’ fingerprints are on McShane’s belongings, and said they have video of him using Jurich’s credit card later that evening at a gas station.

Prosecutors plan to call Viramontes’ former girlfriend, Marcy Cruz, to testify. Authorities say she drove Viramontes after the beatings. Cruz pleaded guilty this summer to two attempted murder charges and was sentenced to 11 years for each count.

Assistant Public Defender Chandra Smith said the defense also would call a witness who says he saw a different man with a baseball bat in the area shortly before the attack.

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EBT Users take advantage of a Glitch, in Mansfield Louisiana

 

**** A spokesperson for the Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services says they take all allegations of potential fraud seriously, they are aware of the reports and they will be investigating. *****

October 13, 2013 Mansfield Louisiana (KSLA) – Shelves in Walmart stores in Springhill and Mansfield, LA were reportedly cleared Saturday night, when the stores allowed purchases on EBT cards even though they were not showing limits.

The chaos that followed ultimately required intervention from local police, and left behind numerous carts filled to overflowing, apparently abandoned when the glitch-spurred shopping frenzy ended.

Springhill Police Chief Will Lynd confirms they were called in to help the employees at Walmart because there were so many people clearing off the shelves. He says Walmart was so packed, “It was worse than any black Friday” that he’s ever seen.

Lynd explained the cards weren’t showing limits and they called corporate Walmart, whose spokesman said to let the people use the cards anyway. From 7 to 9 p.m., people were loading up their carts, but when the cards began showing limits again around 9, one woman was detained because she rang up a bill of $700.00 and only had .49 on her card. She was held by police until corporate Walmart said they wouldn’t press charges if she left the food.

Lynd says at 9 p.m., when the cards came back online and it was announced over the loud speaker, people just left their carts full of food in the aisles and left.

“Just about everything is gone, I’ve never seen it in that condition,” said Mansfield Walmart customer Anthony Fuller.

Walmart employees could still be seen putting food from the carts away as late as Sunday afternoon. “I was just thinking, I’m so glad my mom doesn’t work here [Walmart] anymore, that’s the only thing I could think about, those employees working, that would have to restock all that stuff,” said O.J Evans who took cell phone video of the overflowing shopping carts at the Mansfield Walmart.

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5 People Shot At Church, During Hmong New Year’s Festival in Tulsa, Oklahoma

October 13, 2013 Tulsa Oklahoma (KTUL) – A police helicopter that happened to be near a Tulsa events center Saturday night when a gunman shot and wounded five people at a Hmong New Year’s festival spotted a suspicious vehicle driving away from the scene, which eventually led to the arrest of two suspects, authorities said.

Police Capt. Mike Williams said both suspects, like those celebrating inside the Green Country Event Center, are Hmong — an Asian ethnic group mainly from Laos. He said investigators hadn’t determined a motive for the attack, but that both men would be charged.

A witness, Chong Bee Xiong, said there were at least 200 people at the celebration, which he equated to Thanksgiving in America. He said people were lined up to get dinner when four or five shots ring out, sending everyone scattering.

“The people started screaming, yelling, running. We don’t know what happened,” he said.

Xiong said he didn’t get a look at the shooter and couldn’t imagine why someone would open fire at the gathering, which the Hmong community has held at the events center for the past several years. He estimates that there is a Hmong population in Tulsa numbering between 3,000 and 4,000.

“Nothing’s ever happened like this,” he said. “We just have to wait for the police. People who came to the party, they are good people. We don’t know what kind of problems (the shooter had) or what caused it. We just had no idea.”

Five people, all of them Hmong, were wounded in the attack and taken to hospitals. Two had been shot in the torso and the other three were shot in the arms or legs, Williams said. He said one of the people shot in the torso was in critical condition, and another victim could lose a leg.

The suspects were arrested shortly after the attack, which happened at around 8 p.m. A police helicopter that was in the area spotted a car driving away from the scene with its headlights off and notified officers on the ground, who pulled it over.

The suspects had thrown clothes and a semi-automatic handgun believed to have been used in the attack out of the vehicle, Williams said.
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