Monthly Archives: February 2015

Georgia police officer ‘beat pregnant woman so hard she had a miscarriage

Georgia police officer ‘beat pregnant woman so hard she had a miscarriage because he didn’t like the TONE she was speaking in’ A Georgia police officer beat a pregnant woman so hard that she ended up having a miscarriage because he did not like the ‘tone’ she was speaking in, a new lawsuit has alleged. In the $50,000-plus suit, Kenya Continue Reading...

Is it too Late to Restore My Maiden Name in Florida?

Is it too Late to Restore My Maiden Name in Florida? In Florida, as in most other jurisdictions, women can restore their maiden name as part of the divorce process.  However, for a lot of reasons, many women keep their married name. Sometimes it is so they can maintain the same last name as their minor children, making it easier Continue Reading...

Minister arrested after trying to perform same-sex marriage at probate judge’s office

Minister arrested after trying to perform same-sex marriage at probate judge’s officeAn Alabama probate judge called police Tuesday after a minister tried to marry a same-sex couple at his office and refused his request to leave.Anne Susan Diprizio, 44, an ordained minister, later posted $1,000 bond in her disorderly conduct case. Diprizio told the Montgomery Advertiser she intends to return Continue Reading...

Speed camera repeatedly tickets teacher’s parked car

Speed camera repeatedly tickets teacher’s parked car It was clear from photos taken by a Chicago speed camera that Jennefa Krupinski’s car was parked in front of her home in the city’s Humboldt Park neighborhood. However, $100 speeding tickets were issued to her anyway and her complaints to the city went nowhere. So, because the Montessori Magnet School assistant teacher feared Continue Reading...

Fmr. Deputy Accused Of Abusing Undocumented Immigrants To Change Plea

Source: www.miami.cbslocal.com Fmr. Deputy Accused Of Abusing Undocumented Immigrants To Change Plea A former Broward Sheriff’s Deputy accused of intimidating undocumented immigrants into performing sex acts is expected to enter a guilty plea on Thursday. According to the Sun Sentinel, the move is part of a plea deal in which Jonathan Bleiweiss, 34, would be sentenced to five years. Bleiweiss Continue Reading...

68-Year Old Patron Accused Of Setting Fire To Restaurant

Source: www.miami.cbslocal.com 68-Year Old Patron Accused Of Setting Fire To Restaurant Wilton Manors Police arrested a 68-year old man accused of lighting a business on fire. Officers arrested Julio “The Rabbi” Edwards, who is a known patron of the Tropics Piano Bar and Grill, according to employees. Detectives said they were able to connect Edwards to the fire thanks to Continue Reading...

Man Suspected In Three Year Old Boy’s Death Arrested

Source: www.miami.cbslocal.com Man Suspected In Three Year Old Boy’s Death Arrested A man suspected in the death of his girlfriend’s son has been taken into custody. Corey Gordon, 28, was arrested by Broward Sheriff’s deputies late Tuesday night in Lauderhill. He will face a charge of first degree murder. Gordon, a resident of North Lauderdale, is accused of killing three-year Continue Reading...

BSO: Man tried to lure girls at West Park library

Source: www.wsvn.com BSO: Man tried to lure girls at West Park libraryA South Florida man is behind bars two days after, authorities said, he tried to lure two young girls at a library with the promise of candy.According to the Broward Sheriff’s Office, 32-year-old Damian Fletcher approached the children, ages 9 and 11, in the computer section of the Carver Continue Reading...

Man Stabbed Friend Over $5 Wager: Authorities

Source: www.nbcmiami.com Man Stabbed Friend Over $5 Wager: Authorities A Broward man was arrested after authorities say he repeatedly stabbed his friend over a $5 wager. Anthony Lemar Mells, 51, was arrested on a premeditated attempted murder charge Sunday.Man Stole Dozens of Students’ IDs: Dade Schools PD He was ordered held without bond Monday during a court appearance before Broward Continue Reading...

Lawmakers Want To Shoot Down Use Of Drone Surveillance

Source: www.miami.cbslocal.com Lawmakers Want To Shoot Down Use Of Drone SurveillanceTwo Republican lawmakers want to shoot down the use of drones to conduct surveillance of people or private property.Rep. Larry Metz, R-Yalaha, and Sen. Dorothy Hukill, R-Port Orange filled the identical bills (HB 649 and SB 766) on Monday.The bills would apply to individuals and state and local government agencies Continue Reading...
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