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  • Firefighter accused of leaving his dog locked in crate to die after eviction

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A dog found dead in a crate inside a bedroom closet has led to charges against a Missouri firefighter who police say left the pet behind when he was evicted from his apartment. Blayne Trevor Theunissen, a 25-year-old firefighter with the Kansas City Fire Department, is charged with animal neglect and animal abuse, a misdemeanor. According to the charging documents, animal control officers made the grisly find Sept. 17 when they were called out to The […]

  • Special education teacher arrested for selling heroin at Maryland school, officials say

    SALISBURY, Md. – A Maryland special education teacher was arrested Tuesday, accused of dealing drugs at the same high school where she worked for 17 years. Monica Snee, 51, faces multiple heroin-related charges, including possession and distribution on school property, according to the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office. While officials believe she used the Parkside High School grounds to sell drugs, Wicomico County Sheriff Mike Lewis said there isn’t evidence she dealt to students or teachers. During a press conference Wednesday, […]

  • Virginia mother-daughter ‘murder-suicide’ may have been staged, police say

    FAIRFAX COUNTY, Va. – Police in Fairfax County, Virginia say a mother and daughter may be the victims of a double murder and not a murder-suicide. A newly unsealed search warrant reveals that the crime scene may have been altered or staged by the suspect, WUSA9 reports. Police initially thought that 23-year-old Helen Hargan shot and killed her mother, 63-year-old Pamela Hargan, then turned the gun on herself. The unsealed search warrant reveal that there was an attempted “fraudulent” wire […]

  • Boy found wandering Michael’s store reunited with parents after 6 hours; nanny charged

    ENCINITAS, Calif. — A 42-year-old California woman has been charged after a young boy was found wandering alone inside a Michael’s craft store on Thursday, according to KSWB. The boy, Connor, was mistakenly left at a Michaels store on North El Camino Real, a San Diego County Sheriff’s Department official said. The boy was unharmed. Desirae Harris, the child’s nanny, is charged with one count of felony child endangerment. Connor was reunited with his parents at Polinsky Children’s Center nearly six […]

  • Man gets $3.9 million bill, realizes it’s actually his social security number

    SHEBOYGAN, Wisc. — Is this my bill or my phone number?! Neither. It’s your social security number. A Wisconsin man recently received a student loan bill that indicated he owed nearly $4 million. “I almost had a heart attack,” Robert Theis told WITI. “I was like, ‘Whoa, what’s going on?'” Theis owed $3,000 to Federal Perkins Loan. Like most colleges, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee outsources collections to a third-party. In this case, Heartland ECSI was handling the debt collection. Theis recently checked […]

  • Pennsylvania man buried with two cheesesteaks as part of dying wish

    PLAINS, Pa. — A Pennsylvania man with a sense of humor and fondness for cheesesteaks got his dying wish. The Philadelphia Inquirer reports Richard Lussi, from Plains Township, was a fan of Philadelphia sports teams and Pat’s King of Steaks cheesesteaks.  Lussi apparently told family members he wanted to be buried with two cheesesteaks just in case he got hungry in the afterlife. Richard’s son Dominic Lussi told the Inquirer that when asked what he wanted to take with him […]

  • Woman attacked after warning others of man fondling himself in public

    FEDERAL WAY, Wash. — A 35-year-old Washington woman says she was viciously attacked after warning others about a man who approached her asking for directions and fondling himself in a grocery store parking lot, according to KCPQ. The woman says the attack might have been motivated by her effort to help others, warning them of a man who approached her asking for directions and then began fondling himself. The victim, 35-year-old Amanda Edwards, says it started in a grocery store parking […]

  • Pringles recreates Thanksgiving dinner with eight new chip flavors

    It’s the greatest, most filling meal of the year — and junk food wants in on the action. Pringles has created eight new chip flavors in a combination that’s “deliciously close to the real thing.” “While the dinner is not available for retail sale this season, who knows what the future of Pringles stacking and snacking will bring,” the company said in a press release. The tray includes the following flavors: turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce, creamed corn, green […]

  • Navy acknowledges pilot drew male genitalia in the sky

    Warning: Some readers may find the graphic offensive WHIDBEY ISLAND, Wash. – The U.S. Navy has taken responsibility for some obscene sky drawings made over a portion of northern Washington. KREM 2 in Spokane says they received multiple pictures and phone calls showing male genitalia drawn in the sky. The most monumental thing to happen in omak. A penis in the sky — Anahi Torres (@anahi_torres_) November 16, 2017 Officials from Naval Air Station Whidbey Island told KREM 2 the […]

  • Doctors save hunter whose face was ripped off by grizzly bear

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Coming face to face with a grizzly bear and living to tell the story — it’s something movies are made of, but this is no movie. Doctors at Swedish Medical Center in Englewood, Colorado are being credited with saving a man whose face was torn off by a grizzly bear, according to KDVR. Lee Brooke was hunting in Wyoming when he encountered the grizzly. After months of treatment he is now back home in Pennsylvania. The attack […]

  • Teacher arrested after text messages reveal sexual relationship with student

    YUKON, Okla. — An Oklahoma high school teacher was arrested on Wednesday and charged with second-degree rape following an undercover sting, according to KFOR. Hunter Day, 22, was placed in in the Canadian County Jail on multiple charges, including second-degree rape. “Yukon Public Schools were informed late Wednesday afternoon, November 15, that an employee of the district was arrested for engaging in an inappropriate relationship with a high school student,” said Yukon Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Jason Simeroth. Day, a […]

  • ‘House of horrors’ animal shelter director faces slew of cruelty charges

    NEWARK, N.J. — The executive director of a New Jersey shelter that has become infamous within the animal welfare community has been charged with animal cruelty. The New Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (NJSPCA) announced charges against Roseann Trezza, executive director of Associated Humane Societies, for incidents at the Newark location. The charges, which included eight criminal counts and eight civil counts of animal cruelty, were filed in Newark Municpal Court Wednesday, according to WPIX. Trezza, 70, […]