Police release sketch of black man who sucker punched Flatbush area Jewish woman while walking with her child

Sketch of suspect 
By: Sarah Weiss

Police are looking for a black man, who allegedly sucker punched a Jewish woman while walking with her child on Shabbat afternoon, according to police reports in New York.

On Tuesday, Brooklyn Police were searching for a suspect, who hit a woman in the back of the head and knocked her down while walking with her ​​7-year-old daughter this past weekend.

Police fear that the latest attack was part of the so-called “Knockout Game.”

The attack happened around 2:45 p.m. on Saturday, on East 12th Street and Elm Avenue.

The woman was walking with her daughter when the suspect approached her, punched her in the back of the head, and took off running.

The victim suffered minor injuries to the knees and hands as she fell.

The suspect was described as a black man, 5 foot 7 to 5 foot 9 inches tall, short braids, a black woolen hat, a green jacket, and dark jeans, police said.

Police have released a sketch of the suspect.

Police seen on video finding illegal Palestinians hiding inside sealed room behind wall

Illegal Palestinian behind wall 
By: David Ross

(Scroll down for video) Israel Police found several illegal Palestinians hiding inside a sealed room behind a wall, according to video uploaded to the Internet.

Border Guard officers found the three Palestinians on Monday. The suspects did not have residence permits, and were hidden inside a sealed room at a construction site in Ashkelon.

Police raided the site after receiving a tip.

“We searched several structures, and while searching one structure we could hear people whispering from behind a wall,” a police officer, who was involved in the operation, said.

The police officers used a wooden board to make a hole in the wall, and they found three Palestinians hiding inside. The three probably sealed themselves inside the room.

In a nearby building, several suspects were found hiding in a hole in the ground, and during the day, about 15 illegal Palestinians were detained after they were caught without permits.

So far, 31 illegal Palestinians were arrested.

New half police car half taxi warns Israelis against drinking and driving

The half taxi half police car 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

Israel Police have launched a new campaign that warns the public against drinking and driving.

Tel Aviv residents were dumbfounded to see a vehicles that is half a police car and half a taxi.

The car that the front was painted to resemble a police car while the back half was painted as a traditional yellow taxi, is part of a new public awareness campaign unveiled by the Israel Police, which is meant to encourage people to avoid drinking and driving.

A spokesperson for the Israel Police said that the car was meant to be placed on the streets on New Year’s Eve, but somehow, made its public debut a little early.

Photos of the weird car that were uploaded to Twitter and Facebook, immediately went viral.

On the police part of the car it reads: “This trip will cost you 25,000 shekels ($7,000),” while on the taxi part of the car it reads: “This trip will only cost you 50 shekels ($13).”

“Make the mart choice,” police said.

Brooklyn Police release video of teen being locked into car trunk near Ft. Hamilton Parkway

Nissan Altima illustration 
By: Moses Gold

(Scroll down for video) Police fear that a teen was kidnapped after video showed how a teen was put into the trunk of a car, according to a statement released by the New York Police Department.

Brooklyn Police are investigating a possible kidnapping after surveillance video showed what appeared to be a teenager being locked into the trunk of a Nissan Altima outside a house and being driven away.

Authorities said that the potential victim got out of the rear driver's side door of the car, which was double-parked outside a house on Marina Avenue, and went into the trunk on his own accord.

After the person got into the trunk, a man left the driver's side door, walked to the back of the car and closed the trunk, before getting back into the vehicle and driving away.

The vehicle was last seen traveling east on Marine Avenue to Fort Hamilton Parkway at 2:30 p.m., on Sunday. Officials said that they are looking for a dark Nissan, possibly a 2007 to 2012 model.

Police said that the person who got into the trunk seems to be 10 to 15-years-old.

Police released surveillance video showing the person entering the trunk and the car traveling on Fourth Avenue, near 100th Street.

Flatbush man, 72, killed in hit and run incident

The dead man's hat and shoe 
By: Debbie Gross

An elderly man is dead after being smacked down in a hit and run incident, according to police reports in New York.

Brooklyn Police said that a Flatbush man, 72, was struck and killed in a hit and run on Monday night.

The victim was walking along East 42nd Street in East Flatbush, when he was smacked down by a white Jaguar on Avenue D just before 8:00 p.m., police and eyewitnesses said.

The victim, whose name was not released pending family notification, died at the scene, rescue workers said.

"To hit someone and just leave them like that, it's terrible," John Andrews, 56, who lives on East 42nd Street, said.

Police have launched an investigation, but so far, no arrests have been made.

Israeli worker dies after being shot by Gaza sniper

The wounded worker illustration (photo via Channel 2 News) 
By: Aryeh Savir

(Scroll down for video) A worker who was repairing a border fence, is dead after being shot by a sniper, according to a report by the Tazpit News Agency.

A 22-years-old Israeli working on the security fence surrounding the Gaza Strip, was shot and severely wounded by a terrorist sniper firing from within the Gaza Strip this afternoon. The worker was fixing the damage caused by the recent storm.

An IAF helicopter was called in to evacuate him. He was taken to Soroka Hospital in Be'er Sheva for treatment where he later died. IDF forces have launched searches for the shooter.

This is the fourth terrorist attack in the past 48 hours.

In June 2012 a worker was killed in a similar attack.

Man walks in on wife cheating, records the act and posts it to the Internet

The cheating woman 
By: John Roberts

A husband was devastated when he walked into his house to find his wife in their bed with another man.

The husband grabbed his camera and recorded them.

The other man was seen running out of the house, while the woman sat on the bed without her clothes.

The husband got revenge against his cheating wife by posting the video of her cheating to YouTube and other online video sites.

"This will go on the internet, and wait until your mother and sister see it,” the husband was heard telling his wife.

The woman begged him not to do so, but her husband was not budging.

The husband then vented his frustration about his wife being lazy and getting nothing done around the house.

“Nothing gets done around here, beds are never made, there is nothing to eat in the refrigerator,” he said.

“I always wonder what you do with your time, and I caught you. I busted you,” he added.

The husband then told his wife that he will be sending the video to his attorney, and that she should get up and pack her belongings.

Girl sends note with balloon into sky for late grandma then gets reply in the mail

Tricia and Bella Hosford (left) Minnie Sue Watts (right) 
By: Shifra Unger

(Scroll down for video) A girl missed her great-grandmother so she sent her a note.

The child of Chapel Hill, Tennessee, decided to write a note to her deceased grandmother named Minnie Sue Watts.

To her utter surprise, she got a response.

8-year-old Bella Hosford had attached the handwritten letter to a balloon and released it into the sky.

The note read: "Tell Mawmaw I love her."

Several months passed, and a packaged arrived in the mail.

Bella's mother, Tricia Hosford, said that inside the package they found a locket with the balloon and a letter, which read: "Dearest Bella, Mawmaw is always with you. Just close your eyes and you will see her. Love, your guardian angel."

Tricia Hosford said she and her daughter stood in the driveway and cried for about 5 to 10 minutes after the surprise delivery.

Tricia Hosford said that they have no idea who was responsible for the act.

Bella Hosford said that she would love to hug the person and thank them for it.

Bella will be wearing the locket and enjoy the love sent to her by a stranger while she feels her grandma watching over her.

Female corrections officer smuggles alcohol filled water bottles to inmates

Rayschella A. Forbes 
By: Moses Gold

A female corrections officers smuggled alcohol to inmates disguised in water bottles.

The employee of the Florida Department of Corrections is accused of smuggling alcohol and contraband into prison as a way of making extra money.

Rayschella A. Forbes, 25, was arrested for smuggling alcohol in clear water bottles, K2 and other contraband into prison.

She is also accused of benefiting financially from crimes she committed inside the prison.

State officials said their investigation also revealed that a relative of an inmate was sending money orders to Mershaa Farmer, who is the sister of Forbes.

After the money was handed over, the prisoner was rewarded with food and canteen items.

She was arrested and booked into the Marion County Jail on $100,000 bond.

Forbes has been employed as a corrections officer at the Marion Correctional Institution for 4 years. The agency is in the process of terminating her employment.

Woman sends videos of herself having sex with baby to stranger

Laura Jean Shoulders 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

A woman raped a baby several times and recorded the acts.

The woman from Oklahoma, faces federal charges of producing child pornography.

Laura Jean Shoulders, 46, of Burns Flat, recorded videos of herself performing sex acts on a 1-year-old child.

Numerous law enforcement agencies participated in the investigation.

It all began, when a man contacted Shoulders through Craigslist.

Shoulders and the man began corresponding via text messages about sexually explicit topics and exchanged explicit pictures.

That would not be a problem if it was only adult content.

However, Shoulders took things way too far when she performed sex acts on the 1-year-old girl.

She then sent three videos of her acts to the man she met on Craigslist. The man contacted police.

Authorities did not say what the relationship is between Shoulders and the baby, but they did say that the child was in the custody of her acquaintance when the videos were made.

She was arrested. If convicted, she could face up to 30 years in prison.

Bar owner arrested after customers were seen returning their empty glasses

Woman drinking at bar illustration 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

The owner of a bar is fuming after she was arrested because customers were seen returning their empty glasses.

The French bar is also facing a fine of $12,500 for using undeclared workers after officials saw patrons taking their empty glasses back to the bar.

Markya Le Floch, owner of Mamm-Kounifl concert-cafe in Locmiquelic, said agents raided the bar before taking her into custody.

"Around 12:00 a.m., a customer returned a tray of drinks. She passed the bar to go to the toilet. That was when it all began. My husband was pushed against the glass by a man. A woman jumped on me, showing her ID card and that's when I realized it was police. I was told that I had been caught with undeclared workers," the owner of the bar said.

"It's a scam. We have not committed any wrongdoing," she added.

Le Floch insists that customers returning their empty glasses to the bar is a tradition.

Police argue that it is a violation of labor laws.

Woman kills boyfriend after he said another girl’s name in his sleep

Hong Hui in court 
By: Debbi Gross

A man is dead after he accidentally misspoke and said his former girlfriend’s name.

A woman in Yangzhou, Jiangsu Province, China, was outraged when she heard her boyfriend say the name of another woman while he was sleeping.

Although the two were very much in love, Hong Hui stabbed her boyfriend over 25 times when he said the name of the other woman.

Hui was lying next to her boyfriend at night when she heard him mutter the name of his former girlfriend.

She was overcome with rage, and did the unthinkable, she killed him.

She then reportedly snuggled with the body until the morning.

Speaking in court, Hui expressed deep remorse over her actions.

She said that she met the victim in high school and dated him throughout college.

She also told the court that she loved the man and that they were planning to get married.

How sad. May he rest in peace.

Father tries to text himself child pornography images but accidentally enters wrong number

Joel Dummann 
By: Sarah Weiss

(Scroll down for video) A man told police in Michigan, that he received a disturbing text message, which contained child pornography images.

Police tracked the text message to Joel Dummann, 44.

Police believe Dummann was trying to text the pictures to himself, but entered the wrong phone number.

Dummann was arrested this week after authorities said he sent a message with pornographic images of children to the wrong person.

Canton Police said a man arrived at the police station on Sunday, and reported that someone sent disturbing messages to his phone.

“The messages were explicit in nature, and had children in them," Sergeant Chad Baugh said. "I was upset. These kids were naked and in sexual positions," he also said.

Police went to search the house of Dummann and found more child pornography images.

Authorities have not said if his 7-year-old daughter was in the photos.

Dummann faces six counts of possession of child pornography. His bond was set at $250,000.

He cannot have unsupervised contact with minors, including his young daughter.

Hollywood doctor creates product to numb pain while wearing stilettos

High heel shoes illustration 
By: David Ross

(Scroll down for video) Do you wish to wear stilettos without having pain? Now you can.

A new product is being marketed to women, who want to wear high heels without the pain caused by uncomfortable shoes.

The new product is a spray called biochemistry, which claims to leave women without pain while wearing the high heels.

The numbing cream was created by Dr. Randal Haworth, a plastic surgeon in Beverly Hills, California.

The product contains the chemical lidocaine hydrochloride, which is used by doctors and dentists as a local anesthetic.

Some orthopedic experts are skeptical of the product, saying that
it only masks the pain and does not heal anything.

Doctor Haworth said that the spray works on about 70 percent of women
who tried it.

It takes between 10 and 15 minutes to start working to eliminate the pain, and can be used up to four times a day.

So get those sexy heels out, use the spray and start dancing without the pain.

Drunk man seen impaled on top of spiked metal fence outside bar

The man impaled on metal spike 
By: Eva Fett

A drunk man who was desperate to get his hands on some more alcoholic drinks, climbed over a spiked metal fence, according to rescue workers in the United Kingdom.

Surprisingly, the 30-year-old remained in good spirits as he hung waiting for the emergency services to arrive.

He did not even make it into this particular bar because he had been refused entry at the door.

The man ran into trouble after trying to climb the fence in order to get into the bar.

An ambulance and firefighters were called to the bar to rescue the Wellingborough drunk. The man said that he could not feel any pain despite the fact that the metal spike had gone through his lower leg.

After a half an hour, the fence was cut into seven parts, and the party animal was transported to Northampton General Hospital.

“The man was silly because the back door was open, so he really didn't have to climb over the fence to get in undetected,” a witness at the scene said. The incident occurred at the fiddler's lounge.

Female army officer faces jail for saving pregnant cat

Cat illustration 
By: Moses Gold

A female army officer is facing jail after saving a pregnant cat, according to military court proceedings in Italy.

The medical officer in the Italian army, is being prosecuted for saving the life of the pregnant cat while on duty at a NATO base in Kosovo.

According to the indictment filed by the military prosecutor, “Lt. Barbara Balanzoni violated a written order not to approach or be approached by wild animals, stray or unaccompanied near the Army installation known as the Italian Village.”

Lt. Balanzoni was charged with gross insubordination for disobeying the order, signed by the commanding officer of the base in May 2012.

If convicted, she faces a minimum prison sentence of one year.

Balanzoni helped a pregnant cat that ran into complications during birth. There was no veterinarian on base.

Woman sprinkles her son’s ashes all over the world thanks to Facebook users

C.J. and Hallie Twomey 
By: Debbie Gross

(Scroll down for video) A woman managed to sprinkle her son’s ashes all over the world thanks to Facebook users.

For three years a black stone urn containing the ashes of C.J. Twomey, has sat on a shelf in his parents' home in Maine. The urn lies not far from where he committed suicide by shooting himself.

Now, his mother is using social media to get help from strangers to scatter the ashes from Massachusetts to Japan, with the hope that her son will become one with the world he left behind.

"I do not want him to sit in a box forever," Hallie Twomey said. "I wanted to give him something. I'm trying to give him a tour," she said.

It all started with a simple request on Facebook, to help C.J., who was only 20 when he died. “Help him see the mountains that he never saw, see the vast oceans that he would have loved, take him to the tropical beaches and lands,” the mother wrote.

The post was shared by nearly 100 of her friends, and even strangers soon began offering to scatter C.J. all over the world. She started a separate Facebook page called "Scattering C.J."

“When most of his ashes will be scattered around the world I plan on writing a book,” the mother said.

Woman heard on recording calling police to report a fly in her ice cream

Girl having ice cream illustration 
By: John Roberts

(Scroll down for video) A woman became extremely angry after finding a fly in her ice cream that she decided to call the police, according to police reports in the United Kingdom.

London Police said that they received a 999 (equivalent to 911 in the U.S.) call from someone who wanted to report a fly in her ice cream, and they released the recording to the public.

Another caller asked for a drive home after a party, since she had no credit or her mobile phone to call a taxi.

Cleveland Police have issued a warning to people who make malicious calls to the emergency services, that action will be taken against them.

Officers are reminding people to use the 999 system properly and not to make convenience calls.

Police said that prank calls endanger lives as people in real emergencies cannot reach the police.

Since most prank calls come from kids, police asked parents to make sure their kids don’t dial 999.

"Those who make malicious false calls should consider themselves warned, you will be caught and you will be dealt with firmly," a police spokesperson said.

Police rescue numerous children from dangerous ‘incest cult’

Dirty child illustration 
By: Sarah Weiss

A dangerous “incest cult” was uncovered in Australia, according to police reports.

Police said the children were abused for generations with the worst cruelty and depravity imaginable.

Authorities believe that the cult is responsible for the worst incest and child abuse ever in Australia.

Police said that the Colt family moved from state to state in order to avoid detection,and there were four generations of incest.

The family was caught living in a remote area in New South Wales.

The scandal came to light only when authorities were alerted that there were children living in the hill, who did not attend school.

When police went to investigate they saw scenes that they will never forget.

Police found 40 adults and children, living in two caravans and two sheds. There was no sewer system and no running water.

Police found no toilets, showers or baths, and a kangaroo was sleeping in one of the children’s beds.

Garbage and chainsaws were scattered around the site.

Some children had oddly shaped traits as a result of identical patterns of genes from both parents.

All children were sexually involved with one another.

The children were described as having multiple health problems and suffering from serious health problems.

A nine-year-old boy did not know what toilet paper was. Another teen could not hear or write.

Now, police said that the children were the products of generations of intimate relationships among brothers and sisters, uncles and nieces, mothers and daughters, all arising of grandparents who were brother and sister.

Through the generations children started having sex with one another as soon as they were old enough.

Some children have been placed in foster care, others are in treatment programs for sexualized behavior and psychological trauma, and have no contact with their parents and siblings.

Bride marries wedding guest after her groom disappears

Bride illustration 
By: Shifra Unger

A bride was relieved after a wedding guest agreed to marry her when her groom disappeared.

The incident occurred in India, when the groom did not show up to the wedding ceremony.

P. Ponradha, 23, was all set to marry J. Sithiraivelu, 35, on Wednesday, in the city of Tamil Nadu, Lakshmimanagaram.

The wedding party kicked off on Tuesday night, but the bride's family learned that the groom had disappeared after an argument with the family.

The bride's family went into a frenzy, as news of a called off marriage can destroy the woman’s future.

The panic disappeared when a second man, a 30-year-old relative of the bride, named Sivakumar, offered to marry her instead.

The wedding took place to the relief of the family. The other wedding guests who had come to enjoy the celebrations, thanked Sivakumar for his timely gesture.

Woman caught planting child porn on her husband’s computer

By: David Ross

A woman who tried to get back at her husband, planted child porn on his computer and then called the police, according to police reports in Pennsylvania.

Now, the Indiana County woman, who blamed her husband for placing images of child pornography on a personal computer, has been charged of planting these files and then lying to authorities about them.

Meri Jane Woods, 42, of Cherryhill township, initiated an investigation by the Southwest Computer Crime Task Force by going to their headquarters.

She said that her husband had committed numerous criminal acts and had put the images of child pornography on the family computer.

Cpl. John Roche said a detailed examination of the computer revealed that all the images of child pornography were written to the hard disk of the computer.

Woods’ husband told police that he left the house on July 23 and never returned, therefore, it was impossible that he stored the child porn images on the computer, according to the police complaint.

He was ordered to leave the house after his wife filed for an order of protection.

She was charged with one count of felony sexual abuse for allegedly possessing a computer containing images of child pornography, and 40 counts of misdemeanor unsworn falsification to authorities for allegedly accusing her husband of involuntary sexual intercourse with children.

Woods was charged on Thursday, by Blairsville District Judge Jennifer Rega, and her bail was set at $25,000.