Group of Palestinians seen on video throwing bricks at Israeli police vehicles

Police vehicles covered in red paint 
By: Eva Fett

(Scroll down for video) Several Israeli police vehicles came under a stoning attack by a group of Palestinians, according to video uploaded to the internet.

Israel Border Patrol said that their vehicles came under attack on Saturday, after the police were called to the scene of a violent family fight that broke out in the village of Anata, near Jerusalem. A group of Palestinians began throwing stones, rocks and buckets of paint were thrown on police vehicles.

The Israeli police were called to the Arab city by local residents in order to help calm in a violent fight that broke out due to a conflict between two families. Before the police arrived to the scene, two people died and two more were wounded in the fighting.

The Border Patrol and police entered the city in order to prevent further escalation of the situation and put an end to the violence. However, when they finished their work, the forces were attacked by several Palestinians, who were present at the scene.

In order to prevent further escalation, police decided to just leave the area.

The incident ended without anyone being hurt, but some of the police vehicles were damaged.

Jewish man seen on video getting punched in the face by an Arab man in unprovoked attack

Jewish man getting punched in the face 
By: Debbie Gross

(Scroll down for video) A video has emerged that shows a Jewish man being punched in the face in an unprovoked attack, according to video uploaded by Arutz Sheva 7.

The Jewish man seen on the video went to see a doctor at a health clinic in an Arab neighborhood last week. He was brutally attacked by a local Arab man for no apparent reason.

Security cameras at a health clinic in the northern city of Ibillin, shows the Jewish man sitting in the waiting room, minding his own business, not even looking in the direction of the Arab man.

Suddenly, the Arab man gets up, walks to the Jewish man and punches him hard in the side of the head. The Jewish man is seen falling to the floor in pain. Several men who were present at the clinic, escorted the attacker to a seat in the room, and then, they help the Jewish man.

The Jewish man was taken to a hospital for treatment.
Police have launched an investigation into the incident.

‘Farmville in Israel’: Israeli farmer gets help from Facebook friends against thieves

Geva Zin 
By: Aryeh Savir

(Scroll down for video) An Israeli farmer got help from his Facebook friends in order to crack down on thieves, according to a report by the Tazpit News Agency.

The popular Facebook game "Farmville" has become a reality in Beer – Tuvia, in southern Israel. Geva Zin, a farm owner, set up a camera on the roof of his barn and invites users to "help me keep an eye on the goats - and in return you can remotely manage the farm and give me instructions." This "game" is part of his plan to safeguard his goats from theft.

When Zin (36) decided to build a goat pen at Beer - Tuvia he was warned by his neighbors that the area was ridden with burglaries and thefts, but he did not retreat from the challenges, and instead decided to find a creative solution to the problem
He placed on the roof of his farm cameras which provide 24-hour live feed of the pens. He then posted a link to the camera's feed on his Facebook page, and invited users to help him tend to the goats and keep an eye out for intruders. He added his phone number and asked surfers to call if they notice anything suspicious.

Zin told Tazpit News Agency that he has not yet experienced a break-in, but is anxious about such a possibility. He currently has 40 goat on his farm and has plans to expand and bring in 500 goats and sheep, but is still waiting to be sure that his venture is safe and can succeed.

To encourage viewers to help him with the task of guarding his goats, Geva promised in return that viewers can manage the farm, giving him instructions regarding the care of the goats. "I am offering a new experience; I invite you to enter the live broadcast from the barn. Watch what is going on and help me to guard my herd." He finds himself performing tasks that surfers give him, such as "give the goats hay" and "take the dogs for a walk". "I did the tasks asked of me, and even responded to people", says Geva , "Whenever many instructions are given simultaneously I ask family and friends to help me."

The phenomenon of livestock theft by Arabs in Israel has become very common, especially around the time of Ramadan when there is an increased demand for meat. "Thieves are not afraid of anything", he explains, "Not of dogs, not of cameras, not even of the police. They come at all hours of the day and night and only if they know that someone is watching them they will not approach. I need more pairs of eyes to help me maintain my farm and fight these thefts. People are on Facebook 90 % of the time anyway, so they can help me."

"Facing this phenomenon, farmers are at a loss", he adds, "We are up against gangs who basically run our lives, this is a completely lawless reality. It's an unbearable situation in which we are in constant fear. It's basically war, and I ask where is our independence? The government must fight these gangs like they have successfully fought the crime families. I invite all of you to join me protecting this Zionist endeavor."

Below is Zin's live webcam.

Urban Outfitters to sell alcoholic drinks inside its New York stores

Urban Outfitters store location 
By: Shifra Unger

(Scroll down for video) A popular clothing retailer announced that it will soon be selling alcoholic drinks to its customers so shoppers can have a pleasant experience.

Urban Outfitters has submitted an application for a liquor license for its planned store location in Brooklyn, New York.

The store, which will be built in the Williamsburg neighborhood, is just one of 37 new establishments applying for a liquor license in the area.

"I cannot think of a circumstance that would be appropriate for Urban Outfitters to have a liquor license," Councilman Stephen Levin, Democrat, Greenpoint, said in a statement.

Urban Outfitters may be the first major U.S. clothing store trying to make alcohol in an active part of the experience in the store.

Shopping with drinks is by no means a new concept. In 2009, men's clothing stores in New York and Washington D.C. have used alcohol as a way to get male shoppers to purchase items.

The clothing store, which is popular with teenagers and young professionals, has been criticized in the past for selling shot glasses, flasks and beer koozies, all made ​​to look like prescription pill bottles. Later, the retailer discontinued selling the items after public outrage.

In 2012, it pulled a Jewish Star t-shirt from its website after complaints that it mimicked the tragedy of the Holocaust.

Woman uses Taser to get daughter to clean her house

Cynthia Alexander 
By: Sarah Weiss

There are many ways to motivate children to follow orders and to clean their room.

One mother chose to use a Taser in order to teach her daughter to obey her.

Cynthia Alexander, 48, of Zephyrhills, Florida, was jailed on Tuesday after she used a taser on her daughter and zapped her in the face, after her daughter refused to continue to clean their trailer.

According to the Pasco County Sheriff's Office, an argument broke out between Alexander and her 28-year-old daughter when Alexander was unhappy with the way her daughter cleaned the mobile home they share.

Investigators said that the dispute turned physical when Alexander wanted her daughter to clean the house properly and tried to kick her daughter off the couch. When the daughter refused to move, Alexander retaliated by slapping and punching her daughter.

The two got into a tussle. When the daughter tried to get up, Alexander pushed her back on the couch, pulled out a Taser gun from her pocket and discharged it in her daughter’s face.

When the daughter finally regained her composure she ran outside.
A neighbor grabbed the Taser away from Alexander and separated the two women.

Alexander was booked into the Pasco County Jail and charged with aggravated assault. She was also booked on a warrant for failing to appear in court in response to a charge of driving with a suspended license.
Alexander remains jailed in lieu of $8,013 bond.

Two teen armed robbers severely beaten by their victims

Johnny Calderon Jr., and Gerald Allen 
By: Shifra Unger

Two teenagers were left badly bruised after they attempted to rob university students at gunpoint.

The two teen thieves started up with the wrong students and they ended up being beaten.

Police said two teenagers attempted to rob students from the University of Virginia at gunpoint on Tuesday night, but the students fought back.

The would-be thieves were severely beaten by their victims. The injuries were so severe that they were taken to a hospital for observation.

As you can see from the photos, 19-year-old Johnny Calderon Jr., and 18-year-old Gerald Allen, suffered serious injuries in the face from the beating. Police said the suspects had to be transported to the hospital before being taken to jail.

Police also said that the students were unharmed when the thieves tried to rob them at gunpoint. The student managed to overpower the suspects. They beat the robbers and held them down until police arrived.

The 18-year-old was unable to open one of his eyes for his police photo because it was swollen.
Calderon faces charges of attempted robbery, pointing a firearm and using a firearm in the commission of a felony. Allen faces charges of attempted robbery, police said.

Charlottesville Police spokesperson Ronnie Roberts said that at this point none of the students will face charges because their actions were done in self-defense. Although police also said that they do not encourage people to take matters into their own hands.

California mother arrested after killing her two children inside hotel room

Marilyn Edge 
By: David Ross

(Scroll down for video) A woman was arrested and charged with murder related charges after she allegedly killed her two children inside a hotel room, according to police reports in California.

Costa Mesa Police said that they charged a woman, Marilyn Edge, 42, with murder after the bodies her two children were found in a Southern California hotel.

The officers were led to the bodies of the Hampton Inn & Suites after the woman, who apparently attempted suicide on Saturday night, crashed her car into poles an electrical box, authorities said.

When police arrived at the parking lot of a Home Depot store in Costa Mesa, they found the woman with a rope around her neck.

She was trying to choke herself, police sergeant Tim Starn said.
She also had a propane tank inside her Honda Accord, and made comments indicating that she expected the car to explode.

Officers went to check on the hotel after the woman indicated that her children are staying there. The room on the third floor was rented in the name of the woman, authorities said. When police entered the room they found Jaelen Edge, 13, and Faith, 10, dead.

Her last known address was listed in Scottsdale, Arizona, and the car she was driving had Georgia plates.
The authorities did not know what she was doing in California.

Drunken man arrested after walking through wet cement

Robert Montgomery 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

A man was arrested and charged with vandalism related charges after he walked through wet cement, according to police reports in Tennessee.

Nashville Police said that a local man was drunk when he walked through the freshly poured cement, leaving his footprints behind.

Robert Montgomery was arrested on Thursday after he was caught walking on the wet concrete along Demonbreun Street.

According to an arrest warrant, Montgomery, 54, got up and went under the caution tape and through the cement.

Officials also said that Montgomery had red and watery eyes, and smelled of alcohol. He was also unsteady on his feet.

Due to special treatment, the concrete could not be re-smoothed. The concrete will need to be completely removed and re-poured, police said.

Montgomery was arrested on charges of public intoxication and vandalism. His bail was set at $15,000.

2 arrested after cocaine filled lunch box found in New York day care center

The cocaine filled lunch box 
By: Eva Fett

(Scroll down for video) A couple was arrested and charged after running a dangerous drug trafficking operation inside a day care facility, according to police reports in New York.

A sign still states that the Fun World Childcare center located on Rosedale Avenue in the Bronx is equipped with security cameras inside.

Now, police said that the cameras were not there to protect the children.

Federal agents arrested a couple running the center, and accused them of running a major drug operation while putting about 15 children, who are attending the day care, in extreme danger.

Gregory Hanley, 41, and Johanna Vasquez, 31, have two young children. They live at 1499 Rosedale Avenue, which doubled as a day care center.

Officers found $2,000 in the kitchen of the day care center, but found most of the money on a house diagonally across the street, inside an apartment.

Federal investigators found a television in the apartment that had a secret compartment. Inside, they found $160,000 in cash, along with one loaded 9mm pistol.

Police found about two pounds of cocaine in the day care center, with additional cocaine found hidden inside a Hot Wheels lunch box children in the refrigerator.

They also found a thousand oxycodone pills with a high street value.
Officers found the majority of the drugs in a basement apartment overlooking a playground used by the children of the day care.

Florida investigator arrested after stealing from the dead

Christopher Dwight Allen 
By: Moses Gold

(Scroll down for video) An investigator was arrested and charged with theft related charges after he allegedly stole from the dead people he was investigating, according to police reports in Florida.

Agents of the Tallahassee Police Department and the Jacksonville Police Department arrested Christopher Dwight Allen, 46, early on Friday on charges of official misconduct, trafficking in stolen property and false verification of ownership.

The investigation began in May, when the relatives of a woman in Hamilton County reported that a ring, watch and necklace were stolen from their loved ones after their deaths. The agents said they checked pawn broker transactions and found that Allen sold 62 pieces of jewelry to pawn shops in the previous year.

Investigators said that at least some of the items pawned were stolen from dead people whom Allen had access to as a forensic investigator in the Office of the Medical Examiner District 4 in Jacksonville.

Allen of St. Johns County, was arrested around 7:30 am at the Medical Examiner's Office and taken to the Duval County jail.

Student, 15, arrested after playing shooting classmates video game on phone

The shooting game 
By: Debbie Gross

(Scroll down for video) A student was arrested and charged with terror related charges after playing a violent video game in which the student shot several classmates, according to police reports in Louisiana.

Terrebonne Parish Police said that a student of HL Bourgeois High School, who is accused of using a mobile phone application to simulate the shooting of his classmates, was booked and jailed.

The application is called "The Real Strike" and simulates a shooting game, but the battlefield is real life.
"You cannot ignore this game," Major Malcolm Wolfe said. "We do not know at what point the game becomes reality," he added.

Wolfe said that the 15-year-old was arrested after posting a video on YouTube which showed him shooting his classmates on the video game. The boy said that he was frustrated and tired of being intimidated. He said he had no intention of hurting anyone.

“We have to take all threats seriously and we have no way of knowing without investigating and getting to the bottom of it," Wolfe said.

He said the student was arrested for terrorizing and interfering with the operation of a school.
"With all the school shootings we've had in the United States, this game should not be played," Wolfe said.

The parents told investigators that their son does not have access to any firearms.
The YouTube video was deleted.

Oklahoma man jailed after burning child with cigarette

Lit cigarette 
By: John Roberts

A man was arrested, charged and convicted of abusing a child after he used a cigarette to burn a little boy, according to court proceedings in Oklahoma.

U.S. Attorney Sanford C. Coats announced today that a Shawnee man was sentenced to 90 months behind bars for repeatedly burning a 4-year-old boy on Kickapoo tribal lands.

According to court documents, Justin Ellis, 26, pleaded guilty to the charge in June after burning the child on the buttocks and legs several times with a lit cigarette in November 2012.

Coats said Ellis will be supervised by probation officers of the United States for three years after he is released from his sentence of seven and a half years behind bars.

The court documents show that the case was investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigations and was prosecuted by Coats.

This is not the first time that parents were arrested for severely abusing a child.

As we reported earlier, a couple was arrested and charged with child abuse related charges after they allegedly chained a little boy to a radiator for two weeks, according to police reports in New Jersey.

A New Jersey boy told police that his mother and her boyfriend chained him by the ankle to a radiator for two weeks.

Florence M. Pollard, 31, and Brian L. Craig, 29, were arrested on Monday and charged with endangering the welfare of a child and criminal restraint.

“We are grateful that the child had the opportunity to escape and report what has been happening to him in order to stop this couple and stop his suffering," Camden Police Chief J. Scott Thomson said.

Pollard called police to her home on Monday at 3:35 pm to report that her 10-year-old son had disappeared.

Shortly thereafter, the couple's neighbor found the boy a few blocks away. The boy appeared malnourished, clung to a fence and told the neighbor that he did not want to go home, so the neighbor called the police.

The boy told police his mother tied him to a radiator with a metal chain in his mother's room as punishment and was forced to sleep on the floor without blankets. He also said that his hands were tied with plastic ties.

The boy also told police that he was forced to sleep regularly ankle chained to a radiator in the room of his mother and that his hands were tied by wire on occasion.

"To treat a child in this way is inhumane," Sergeant Janell Simpson, supervisor of the Special Victims Unit of the department, said. "He could have been seriously injured or killed if this continued,” he said.

Craig and Pollard are being held in the county jail in lieu of $50,000 bail each.
The boy and his five siblings, two sisters and three brothers ranging from 7 months to 11-years-old, are in state custody.

Shrewsbury man banned from being with animals after having sex with horse and dogs

Graham Redfearn 
By: Sarah Weiss

A man, who was arrested, charged and convicted of having sex with animals, was banned from being with animals for life, according to court proceedings in the United Kingdom.

Graham Redfearn admitted to two counts of sexual activity with a horse and dogs, along with two counts of possession of extreme pornographic images.

Redfearn received a Sexual Offenders Prevention Order for 10 years, an order of community supervision for three years and an order to attend a Sex Offender Community Program, when he appeared for sentencing at Shrewsbury Crown Court.

The 41-year-old, who had been placed on the sex offender registry in 1998 after admitting gross indecency with a child of five-years-old, was also told he could not access the Internet, is not allowed to own or keep animals and if offered work with animals within the next five years, the employer must know of his crimes.

Prosecutors said that Redfearn lived in a trailer in a small property near Wem, when his landlord told police there had been a robbery at the facilities.

Redfearn was arrested on suspicion of theft.

"As a result, the police searched his trailer where they found his mobile phone that contained pornographic images," the prosecutor told the court.

The court heard that three other videos showed Redfearn abusing a horse named Ambrose.
Redfearn’s attorney told the court that his client had been abused as a child.
"He is deeply ashamed of what he has done," his lawyer said.

Man tries to surprise wife at swimming pool, finds her with another man

Jack Arnold  
By: Sarah Weiss

A woman told her husband she was going to a public swimming pool at a local park.

Jack Arnold, 47, of San Juan County, New Mexico, decided to surprise his wife Alex, and join her where they would spend time swimming together.

Arnold, who is a manager at his family’s wine vineyard in San Juan, was able to take time off from work midday to be with his wife.

However, instead of surprising his wife, it was Arnold who was surprised. When he arrived at the swimming pool, he saw another man, who was identified as Henry Espinoza, driving his wife’s van while his wife was in the passenger seat.

Arnold was understandably very upset and wanted to confront the two, but when his wife spotted him and they took off.

Arnold began chasing them, he drove erratically, pulling to the side of his wife’s truck and swerving in front of it, several times. The husband and wife’s vehicles collided several times during the 19 mile long chase. Arnold also hit other cars during the chase.

The chase finally ended when Arnold collided with another vehicle causing his vehicle to fall into a ditch. After the accident, Arnold allegedly pulled out a pocket knife and chased Espinoza.

Police were called and Arnold was placed under arrest by police in San Juan County, shortly thereafter.
He faces charges of aggravated assault, leaving the scene of an accident, failing to report a car accident and resisting arrest

Woman with AIDS arrested for felony assault after spitting at two women 
By: Debbi Gross

A Ohio woman was arrested after she spat at two women.

April Thompson, 38, of Clark County, was arrested on two counts of criminal assault after spitting in the face of two women, according to a court affidavit.

The criminal assault charges against Thompson came because she has AIDS, and spitting can possibly cause harm to the victims.

According to experts, HIV can be found in saliva, but it is usually in too small amounts to infect anyone.
According to the report, two victims reported to police that on Wednesday, Thompson spat on both of them.

When deputies went to arrest Thompson, she refused to comply with police orders to put down her phone and put her hands behind her back.

Eventually, officers were able to take her into custody. While riding to the Clark County Jail, she began to bang her head against the cage on the cruiser.

Thompson was placed in another cruiser and taken to the Clark County jail, where she was placed in a suicide gown to prevent injury to herself and others. A DNA sample was taken from Thompson for further testing.
She is also facing additional charges of resisting arrest.

Kohl’s loss prevention officer asks female shoplifter for sex in exchange for not calling police

Haison Ho 
By: John Roberts

Shoplifting has consequences. One woman was forced to choose between being arrested for shoplifting and having sex with the loss prevention officer.

The woman of California, chose the latter. She did the sexual favors in exchange for not being arrested. However, when she was done, she called police to report the officer’s actions.

Haison Ho, 27, of Moreno Valley, who worked as a loss prevention officer at Kohl’s in Riverside, California, was arrested and is being held on charges of sexual assault.

Sergeant Jeff Spencer said: "Ho is accused of having sex with a female shoplifting suspect and in exchange for not contacting the authorities, he asked the woman to perform sexual favors."

The Riverside County prosecutors have charged Ho with one count of kidnapping and one count of lewd conduct, according to court documents. He was booked on Tuesday afternoon and bond was set a $250,000.

If the allegations against Ho are proven to be true, the woman will have legitimate civil claim against him.
However, under California law, there remains a significant question of whether Kohl's can be held civilly liable for the actions of their employee.

In general, a business has a duty to protect their customers from harm of third parties when the harm is "reasonably foreseeable".
However, sexual assault is not the kind of misconduct a retailer would expect of their security employees.

If the woman can prove that Kohl's was negligent in the hiring and/or supervision of Ho then, they can be held liable.
The laws in this area are complex. There are a number of other factors that may determine whether Kohl’s can be held liable for their employees’ actions.

Man arrested after hiding kidnap victims in church and sharing ransom with pastor

Gang leader Okafor 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

A man was arrested after kidnapping numerous people.

The man hid the victims in a church until the family paid the ransom.

The suspect, Okafor, 38, of Anambra, Nigeria, who graduated with a degree in mathematics from the Nnamdi Azikiwe University in Awka, told police he held his victims in the church with permission from the pastor.

This is not the first time police have arrested Okafor on kidnapping charges. During one of his kidnappings where he demanded N5 million ($30,000) ransom from the victim's family in Asaba, Delta State, he was arrested and locked up in jail.

However, Okafor, who is suspected of being a gang leader, managed to escape from prison, and continued his evil ways until the State Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) in Anambra made it their mission to stop him and end his reign of terror.

When he was finally caught, Okafor confessed to police that he kidnapped people and took them to the church where he worked hand in hand with the pastor.

“Pastor Nwaezeagu allowed me to keep the victims in the church and when I got the ransom he got a 20 percent cut,” Okafor said.

Commissioner Ballah Nasarawa of Anambra State Police said that Okafor had been declared wanted by Anambra State Police before and they are relieved that he was finally arrested. Now, police will make sure he has no way to escape from prison.

In the latest incident, Okafor and his gang kidnapped Chief John Uchachuwu in Asaba and they demanded N5 million ($30,000) as ransom. Police were called and they negotiated ransom payments.

Okafor instructed them where to drop off the ransom. He was in the process of collecting the ransom when he was arrested.

Maryland woman repeatedly gives young daughter to man for sex as payment for debt

Bejarni Rivas 
By: Eva Fett

(Scroll down for video) A mother was arrested after she turned her daughter into a sex slave in order to pay her debt.

Now, the mother is facing 11 charges for using her daughter’s body as a way to pay off her debt. The charges against the mother ranges from second-degree rape to human trafficking.

The man, Bejarni Rivas, 44, was arrested by police in Montgomery County, Maryland. He was charged with 13 counts of second degree rape and sexual abuse of a minor.

He is accused of having sex with the 15-year-old girl whose mother owed him $5,000.
The mother of the victim received $100 credit against her debt for every sexual encounter that her daughter had with Rivas.

The mother forcefully brought her daughter to the man to have sex with him.
According to court documents, when the victim begged her mother not to force her to go with Rivas, her mother responded by saying: "I've done bad things so that you could have a good life. Go with him."

The abuse finally ended when the girl told a family member of what her mother forced her to do, and the two were arrested.
A spokesperson for the Montgomery County State Attorney's Office said: "These defendants face a long, long time behind bars."
The girl is now safe and is staying with family.