Crown Heights teen murdered after girlfriend makes fun of woman’s hair

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By: Sanvi Rizvi

A teen is dead after a fight broke out over a woman’s hair, the New York Post reported.

Police in New York said that a man appeared in Brooklyn Supreme Court on Thursday, for killing a teen in Crown Heights.

Denzel Holder, 21, shot and killed Shawn Williams, 19, after Holder’s girlfriend mocked the hairstyle of Williams’ girlfriend.

A huge fight broke out over a hairstyle, the court was told.

The fight broke out when the group walked down a street in Crown Heights.

Holder denied that he was the shooter.

Holder faces life in prison if convicted.

Man arrested after breaking into a Georgia Chabad House and being chased by its rabbi

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By: Devansh Dutt

A man was arrested and charged with theft after he broke into a Chabad house, police in Georgia said.

Athens-Clarke County Police arrested Payne Andrew White on Wednesday, after being accused of breaking into the Rohr Chabad House on South Milledge Avenue.

White, 56, entered the Jewish center through an open door and took a laptop computer.

The wife of the center’s rabbi, Chana Refson, was doing some work in her office when Payne walked in, her husband Rabbi Michael Refson said.

The rabbi chased Payne, who dropped the laptop and got into a vehicle.

Refson wrote down the license plate number and police were able to locate Payne a short while later.

Payne was arrested and booked into jail.

Company shows off bra that can only be unhooked by 'true love'

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By: Hydar Tomar

(Scroll down for video) There are men who pride themselves in being an expert in opening bras without the woman feeling them doing so.

With this new bra, these men are out of luck.

A Japanese lingerie company has launched a new line of bras, which cannot be unhooked by random people, or by a one night stand guy.

The bra will only unhook if the woman is truly in love with her partner.

The bra’s application monitors the woman's heart rate, hormones and nervous system to get her true feelings. Then, the application will determine if she is truly in love with the person who is trying to seduce her.

The company said that the bra can also help "save women" from unwanted sexual advances.

Millionaire moves mistress into his home and asks former wife to be their housekeeper

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By: Sanvi Rizvi

(Scroll down for video) A woman was awarded $10 million in court after her millionaire husband moved another woman into their home and asked her to be their housekeeper.

The couple of England, divorced after being married for 20 years.

After the divorce, they continued living together in their London home for another 10 years.

During that time, the 70-year-old businessman made a fortune of about $22.5 million.

While living with his 50-year-old former wife, the businessman moved his new lover into their house, along with her ​​12-year-old daughter.

The man suggested that his former wife can stay at the house, but she must work as their housekeeper.

The millionaire was unable to understand why his former wife found the request "very humiliating and unpleasant."

The former wife decided to move out and sue him for half of his fortune.

Judge Sir David Bodey of the High Court in London, heard the case. He awarded the woman almost half of his fortune, about $10 million.

Drunk man mistakes policewoman for stripper

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By: Aarav Sen

A man was left embarrassed and arrested after he mistook a policewoman for a stripper, police in the United Kingdom said.

Paul Harbord, 27, was drinking heavily at a bar with a group of friends.

When the crowd became rowdy, police were called to the Black Bull pub in Old Shotton, County Durham.

When the female police officer approached the bar, Harbord shouted: "Look, here's one of the strippers."

He began to dance around her while swinging a towel in the air.

He was arrested for obstructing an officer, but he did not realize that she was a real cop until they reached the police station.

The suspect told a court that he was quite embarrassed about the incident.

He was fined £100 (about $165) and six months conditional discharge for obstructing a police officer.

Pizza shop manager spits on officer’s pie because he arrested her in the past

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By: Hydar Tomar

(Scroll down for video) A woman was angry with a police officer because he arrested her.

When the officer came into her place of employment, she decided to take revenge of the officer.

Amanda Engle, 29, of Tennessee, was arrested after allowing a friend to drive her vehicle while intoxicated.

She pleaded guilty in court to a DUI charge.

Police officer, Frank Rogers was off duty when he visited a local Pizza Hut, to pick up food for his family.

Engle immediately recognized him as the officer who arrested her.

The woman decided to take revenge of the officer by spitting in his food.

However, officer Rogers also recognized the Pizza Hut manager as someone he arrested.

Knowing that Engle was not happy with him, the officer kept a close eye on the preparation of his food.

As Engle was cutting the officer’s pizza pie, she spit on it.

Engle was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct.

Shoplifting pregnant woman tries to smoke drugs in front of arresting police officers

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By: Sanvi Rizvi

A pregnant woman is in trouble over the disregard she showed towards her unborn baby.

Police were called to a Walmart in Minnesota, on Monday night, after a store employee saw a woman take several articles of clothes into a locker room.

The woman then put the clothing on and tried to walk out of the store without paying.

Frank Hancock, 33 of Hastings, was arrested for shoplifting.

After officers brought Hancock to a local police station for questioning, she told them that she was 3 months pregnant.

During the booking process, officers found approximately 10 bags of heroin in Hancock’s purse.

When confronted with the evidence, Hancock asked the officers if she could keep one bag of heroin.

She also asked officers to allow her to smoke some weed while she was under arrest.

Hancock was booked into jail and charged with retail theft and unlawful possession of a controlled substance.

She was later released on a signature bond.

Man pulls gun on store clerk before having a change of heart and putting money in a charity box

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By: Aarav Sen

(Scroll down for video) A bizarre incident was caught on a store surveillance video.

A man walked into a One Stop Store in Stretford, United Kingdom, and took two bottles of beer.

He then walked up to the counter and demanded the 51-year-old female worker to give him a discount of £1 (about $1.65).

When the cashier explained that she cannot give him the discount, the man removed a gun from his waistband.

The horrified store clerk told the gunman that police were on the way.

He was not happy about that, and rather than getting into trouble, the man put away the gun and said: "I do not want that.”

He took only one bottle of beer and paid £3 for it. The store clerk gave him the proper change.

The suspect then placed the change into a charity box and left.

Police are taking the incident very seriously, as the female worker was shaken by the incident.

Police are looking for the suspect before he strikes again.

Drunk 20-year-old woman walks into river in the dead of night and disappears

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By: Sanvi Rizvi

(Scroll down for video) Police are desperately trying to locate the body of a young woman, who walked into a river under the influence of alcohol, and disappeared, police in the United Kingdom said.

Police divers have expanded their search for Megan Roberts a week after she disappeared at the end of a night out with friends in York.

The 20-year-old student of York St. John University, entered the River Ouse under the influence of alcohol.

Police said that there is nothing to suggest foul play was a factor in her disappearance.

Roberts of Wetherby, West Yorkshire, was last seen on surveillance video at 2:20 a.m. on Thursday, January 23, while leaving the Popworld nightclub with friends. They had been drinking for several hours.

Boy, 8, dies after hanging himself from doorknob to reenact movie scene

Julianni Plascencia 
By: Anika Rao

A young boy died after he reenacted a scene he saw on television.

The 8-year-old of California, has died after hanging himself from a doorknob while his mother was out of the house.

Julianni Plascencia was discovered on Saturday night, lying unconscious on the bedroom floor of his parents’ bedroom in Stockton.

His older brother found the child with a scarf wrapped around his neck with the other side tied around the doorknob.

Plascencia was rushed to a hospital where he died from his wounds less than 12 hours later, surrounded by his family.

Julianni’s parents said that around 9:30 p.m., the boy told his older brother that he was going to hang himself.

The older brother assumed that the 8-year-old was joking, and warned him not to make such jokes again.

Minutes later, the older brother realized that he had not heard from Julianni and he decided to check on him.

He entered his parents’ room only to discover that the child suffocated and was lying on the floor.

Despite the efforts of doctors to save him, the boy was pronounced dead at 11:00 a.m. on Sunday, with his father cradling him and holding his hand.
The death was ruled an accident

Girl survives after parachute fails to open during her sweet 16 skydiving trip

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By: Anika Rao

(Scroll down for video) A sweet 16 birthday gift turned into a disaster when a girl’s parachute did not open.

Mackenzie Wethington, of Joshua, Texas, was celebrating her 16th birthday by taking a Skydiving trip with her father in Oklahoma.

Although it was her first time skydiving, the teen chose to jump by her own.

Her father went first, and he landed safely, but when he watched his daughter take the leap, he was horrified, as her parachute malfunctioned.

Miraculously, Wethington survived after she plummeted 3,500 feet to the ground.

She was badly injured and was taken to a hospital with broken bones and internal injuries.

Mackenzie's family said that she broke the vertebrae and bones in her back, but she was not paralyzed.

Wethington and her father took the 6 hour training course before the jump.

When a parachute jump goes wrong, chances of survival are slim.

Thankfully, Mackenzie Wethington is alive and she is recovering.

Man punches grandmother, 87, because it took her too long to hand him some money

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By: Devansh Dutt

A man and his girlfriend were arrested after they forced his grandmother to write them a check.

Mark Christopher Kerpash, 28, of Missouri, was arrested late Wednesday night, at a mobile home in Winfield, along with his girlfriend, Jennifer Coleman, 27, of Fulton.

The two were charged with four felonies, including elder abuse, robbery, theft and financial exploitation of an elderly person.

Police said the attack occurred Monday night, when Kerpash went to his grandmother's house in Hawk Point, and asked for money.

The 85-year-old woman initially refused to sign a check for $500 but when Kerpash became enraged and threatened to kill her, she complied, authorities said.

As she wrote out the check, her grandson became agitated because it took her too long.

Kerpash then punched his grandmother and ordered her to move faster, causing the woman to fall to the ground.

The woman drove the getaway car as the pair drove off, leaving the elderly woman on the ground.

She was taken to a local hospital with a broken pelvis.
The two were later arrested for the crime.

Poor men arrested after taking food from supermarket garbage cans

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By: Anika Rao

Three men were arrested and charged with skipping after they took some discarded food from supermarket garbage cans, police in the United Kingdom said.

Prosecutors in London, said that they will go ahead with the trial of the men, who were caught stealing leftover food from trash cans.

Paul May, 35, will on trial next month in London, after being caught eating discarded tomatoes, mushrooms and cheese in the back of an Iceland store location.

May, who lives in north London, was charged along with two others, Jason Chan and William James, for violating a section of the 1824 Vagrancy Act.

The Crown Prosecution Service said that it is in the public’s interest to punish the three.