Man farts in boy’s face before sucking on his eye

Gary McKenzie 
By: Feng Qian

A man was arrested on a charge of willfully ill-treatment of a child in a manner likely to cause unnecessary suffering or injury to health after allegedly farting in a boy’s face, according to police in the United Kingdom.

Darlington police said that they have arrested 22-year-old Gary McKenzie, after being accused of punching the boy, who is under 16 years old, and sucking his eye.

McKenzie denied the accusations, saying he accidentally farted in the child’s face. He admitted to punching the child and sucking his eye, but he claimed he was just playing with him.

The boy told police that while walking up a flight of stairs, McKenzie was in front of him. Suddenly, McKenzie stopped, bent over and farted in the boy’s face.

When the boy asked McKenzie why he did it, the suspect said that he wanted to be nasty. He added that he then saw McKenzie getting in front of another child, pulling down his pants and farting in the face.

Teen bites girlfriend for hours because she refused to give him a cigarette

Kelsie Skillen 
By: Chan Yuan

A teen was arrested on a charge of assault after allegedly beating and biting his girlfriend because she refused to give him a cigarette, according to police in Scotland.

Now, 19-year-old James McCourt of Glasgow, has been sentenced to serve 21 months in prison after being convicted of assault in connection with the beating of 18-year-old Kelsie Skillen.

He was also sentenced to probation for 8 months following his release.

According to the police investigation, McCourt hid his girlfriend's phone and took away her keys after she refused to give him a cigarette.

He then assaulted her for four hours, during which she went in and out of consciousness. Skillen was repeatedly struck in the head and bitten.

When McCourt left her alone for a minute, Skillen escaped and called her mother who called the police.

Young man gets robbed and raped in street

Man walking in dark street (illustration) 
By: Wayne Morin

Police are looking to arrests a man on a charge of rape after allegedly raping and robbing a young man in the street, according to police in the United Kingdom.

The Greater Manchester Police said that the incident unfolded on Wednesday around 4:30 a.m.

The 23-year-old victim told police that he was walking alone on Brazil Street, when the suspect approached him. After walking beside each other for several feet, the suspect attacked the victim.

The suspect raped the victim, and then stole a ring and watch before fleeing from the scene. The suspect was described as a Middle Eastern man, around 5 feet 10 inches tall, about 30 year old.

He had short black hair and some facial hair. The suspect was wearing a black jacket and grey pants at the time of the attack.

Police urged anyone with information to come forward.

United States Postal Service worker caught dumping multiple bins of mail in the woods

Dumped mail in the woods 
By: Mahesh Sarin

(Scroll down for video) Officials of the United States Postal Service (USPS) have launched an investigation after a worker was recorded discarding mail.

The postal worker in Decatur, Georgia, was seen dumping multiple bins of mail in the woods by throwing them over a fence.

The mail included bank statements and other important documents. USPS sent workers to collects the dumped mail, and they promised to deliver them as soon as possible.

Kellie Campbell said that she witnessed the incident, and watched as the postal worker dumped multiple bins of mail in the woods for more than five minutes.

So far, no charges have been filed even though investigators found more than 12 bins of dumped mail. People in the area complained that they haven’t received their mail.

Man tries to pay prostitute with McDonald’s burger and French fries

David Mangus 
By: Tanya Malhotra

A man was arrested on a charge of soliciting prostitution after trying to pay a prostitute with fast food, according to police in Wyoming.

Natrona County police said that they have arrested 22-year-old David Mangus, after being accused of trying to give a prostitute a McDonald’s burger and French fries in exchange for sex.

In court, Mangus pleaded not guilty to one count of soliciting prostitution. He was booked into the Natrona County jail, where he is being held pending a bail hearing.

According to the criminal complaint, police placed an advertisement on Backpage.com under the guise of a prostitute looking for customers.

Magnus answered the advertisement and arranged to meet the prostitute for sex. Instead of paying cash in exchange for sex, Mangus reached an agreement to provide the prostitute with food instead.

Specifically, a McDonald’s burger and French fries. Mangus was taken into custody after arriving with a bag containing food from McDonald’s.

In addition to Mangus, police arrested Bailey Bruce of Evansville, Cassandra Combs of St. Paul, Minnesota, Canisha Martinez of Casper, and Alexandra Tyler.

All women were charged with prostitution.

Shop owner forces burglars to strip and beats them for breaking into his business

(Left to right) Jose Gonzalez, Michael Eller, Robert Antley 
By: Feng Qian

(Scroll down for video) The owner of a bike shop was arrested on a charge of kidnapping after allegedly holding two burglars at gunpoint until police arrived, according to police in Florida.

Orlando police said that they have arrested 26-year-old Robert Antley, after being accused of forcing the two burglars to strip and beating them.

Antley was charged with kidnapping and assault. The burglars, 28-year-old Michael Eller and 27-year-old Jose Gonzalez, were charged with burglary.

All suspects were booked into the Orange County Jail. According to the police investigation, Eller and Gonzalez broke into the bike shop on Sunday morning.

Once inside, they were confronted by Antley, who slept in his shop due to recent burglaries. Antley was armed with a gun and forced them to strip down to their underwear.

Antley recorded the encounter with his cellphone while threatening to kill them.

Eller and Gonzalez were held for about an hour until Antley’s brother, 24-year-old Joshua Antley, and his girlfriend, 23-year-old Kathryn Pelliccio, arrived.

All three then beat the burglars. Eller and Gonzalez claimed that they were injured and complained of being in physical pain.

Woman charged with hate crime for conning money out of women by convincing them they would die of curse

Xuekun Su 
By: Chan Yuan

(Scroll down for video) A woman was arrested and charged with a hate crime for conning money out of vulnerable women, according to police in New York.

The New York Police Department said that they have arrested 44-year-old Xuekun Su of China, after being accused of convincing the women that there were curses on their families.

Su, who is currently in Brooklyn, was charged with second-degree grand larceny as a hate crime, second-degree grand larceny, third-degree grand larceny as a hate crime, third-degree grand larceny, fourth-degree grand larceny as a hate crime and fourth-degree grand larceny.

Her bail was set at $150,000 cash or $250,000 bond. If convicted of the top count, she faces up to 25 years in prison.

According to the criminal complaint, in the vicinity of Bay 22nd Street and 86th Street in Bensonhurst, Su and other individuals allegedly approached the victim, a 61-year-old immigrant of China, and engaged her in conversation, gaining her trust.

Su and the other individuals allegedly posed as psychics and convinced the victim that she or a member of her family would die because of a curse.

They allegedly convinced her that in order to rid herself of the curse, she needed to gather large sums of cash and jewels to be blessed in order to remove the evil spirits surrounding her family.

After the blessing, the victim was promised that the money and jewelry would be returned. The victim gathered approximately $140,000 cash and numerous pieces of 24-karat gold jewelry.

The victim then met with Su and others who instructed her to place the cash and jewels into a bag so that a “blessing” could be performed over them to remove the curse.

The victim was told not to open the bag for many days in order to break the curse. She opened the bag that evening and found that all of her cash and jewelry was gone.

She then contacted the police.

In another incident, in the vicinity of 48th Street in Sunset Park, Su and others allegedly perpetrated this scheme again, targeting a 54-year-old immigrant of China.

As in the earlier incident, the victim was told that a member of her family would die due to a curse. The victim was convinced that in order to have the curse removed, she had to have her valuables “blessed.”

Again, the victim was promised that her money and jewelry would be returned after the blessing.

The victim gathered approximately $19,000 in cash and numerous pieces of 24-karat gold jewelry, at which point the items in the bag were “blessed.”

The victim later realized that her cash and jewels were gone.