Woman commits suicide after husband walks in on her sleeping with his uncle

Couple in bed illustration 
By: Anika Rao

A 20-year-old woman is dead after she was caught in bed with her husband’s uncle, according to police in Zimbabwe.

Molyn Mudonhi, of Marondera, decided to end her own life after being caught red-handed cheating on her husband.

About 7:00 p.m., Regway Matimaka walked in on his wife having sex with his ​​uncle.

Matimaka allegedly began screaming at his uncle, saying that his uncle has betrayed him.

While Matimaka and his uncle were arguing, Mudonhi took poison and drank it.

When the two men realized that something was wrong with Mudonhi, they temporarily set their differences aside and rushed Mudonhi to the Marondera General Hospital, where she pronounced dead.

Police spokesperson Nobert Muzondo said that police are investigating the incident.

Inmate re-arrested shortly after being released for grabbing a child’s behind in jail lobby

Luke Wilson Russell 
By: Hydar Tomar

A 23-year-old Oklahoma man was arrested in a jail lobby a short time after being released.

Luke Wilson Russell of Jenks, was about to get his freedom back when he was released from a Tulsa jail.

However, as he was waiting in the lobby, he allegedly grabbed the behind of a young child.

Russell was back in custody after being charged with committing a lewd act upon a child.

Wilson was originally arrested Saturday night, for public intoxication, according to court documents.

He was released from jail the next day, around 12:40 p.m.

By 1:20 p.m., he was back in handcuffs after a child claimed that Russell groped her.

According to police, the victim and her mother were in the Tulsa County Jail to visit the child’s father. While waiting in the lobby, Russell sat down next to the girl. He then "touched and squeezed the victim’s behind," police said.

Outrage after firefighter arrested for blocking traffic while helping accident victims

Firefighter arrested 
By: Sanvi Rizvi

(Scroll down for video) Many people believe that a police officer overstepped his boundaries by arresting an on duty firefighter.

Authorities from the California Highway Patrol and Chula Vista Fire Department, were dispatched to a car accident on the South Bay Interstate.

Things got out of control when an officer decided to arrest a firefighter while he was assisting the injured.

Firefighters responded to the accident after the car crashed and went over a guardrail around 9:00 p.m. on Tuesday.

An officer asked firefighters to move three of their fire trucks to a different spot because it was blocking traffic to the fast lane.

While two firefighters followed the officer’s order and moved their truck, a third firefighter, Jacob Gregoire, refused to do so, as he was assisting the injured people.

The officer then ordered Gregoire to come with him. Gregoire was handcuffed and placed in the squad car.

Gregoire, who has been with the fire department for 12 years, spend about 30 minutes in the back of the patrol car.

However, when supervisors from both agencies intervened, he was released without charges.

Domestic violence suspect breaks officer’s teeth by slamming him into a shed

Luis Enrique Flores 
By: Aarav Sen

A police officer was hospitalized after he was roughed up by a suspect.

The police officer in California, was responding to a call about domestic violence. The fleeing suspect grabbed the officer and slammed him into a wooden shed.

Luis Enrique Flores, 31, has been arrested for allegedly assaulting the Fontana police officer.

During the attack, the officer lost two teeth and received serious facial injuries.

Flores is accused of attacking the police officer after running out of a home during a domestic violence and kidnapping call, on Monday.

The suspect was eventually subdued by the injured officer.

The officer was treated for the missing teeth and facial lacerations, and was released from a hospital on Tuesday.

Flores faces a host of charged, which includes burglary, attempted kidnapping, resisting a police officer resulting in serious injury and battery resulting in serious injury.

Florida police officer arrested for stealing an expensive watch during burglary investigation

Movado watch illustration 
By: Devansh Dutt

(Scroll down for video) A Florida police officer is in trouble after he stole an expensive watch while taking a report about a burglary.

Thieves broke into the Jared jewelry store on 110th Street and Pines Boulevard.

Pembroke Pines Highway Patrol officer Kevin Burgs, 36, responded to the crime scene.

Two surveillance cameras were rolling and recorded officer Burgs picking up a $795 men’s Movado watch, which the burglars dropped while fleeing from the scene.

Rather than giving the watch to the store owner, who has suffered $75,000 in lost goods and an additional $10,000 in property damage, the officer placed the watch into the pocket of his pants.

After seeing the surveillance video of his actions, Burgs was confronted by his colleagues.

He allegedly admitted to the theft. Officers found the watch in Burgs’ car.

Burgs was released from jail after paying $1,000 bail.

He has also been suspended from his job as a police officer with pay pending the outcome of the investigation.

‘Keep Calm, Hate the Yids’ posters being sold in London

Hate the Yids poster 
By: Aarav Sen

Police launched an investigation after anti-Semitic posters were sold in the United Kingdom, the Jewish Chronicle reported.

London Police said that posters that were sold outside the Emirates Stadium, read: “Keep Calm, Hate the Yids.”

However, no arrests have been made.

In the future, police officers will inspect the merchandise of local vendors in order to make sure that they are not selling anti-Semitic items.

Police warned vendors that if they are caught selling anti-Semitic items, they can lose their license and face charges.

Several weeks ago, three people were arrested and charged with disorderly conduct after shouting the word “Yid” in public, according to police reports in the United Kingdom.

The Yid chanting incidents occurred during Tottenham games.

The men were accused of using threatening, abusive or insulting words, the Scotland Yard said in a statement on Tuesday.

Gary Whybrow, 31, and Sam Parsons, 24, allegedly chanted the word Yid during the match.

Peter Ditchman, 52, was charged after saying the word Yid at a different match. Ditchman was also charged with possession of cocaine.

Yid is a term for a Jew, and it is often considered derogatory. Football fans link Tottenham to London’s Jewish community.

Scotland Yard warned that anyone chanting the word Yid during games will face charges.

Consumers disgusted as clothing company uses rat fur in cashmere products

Rat fur illustration 
By: Devansh Dutt

A company was busted for using rat fur in their cashmere labeled products, police in Italy said.

Police said that they arrested 14 people and seized more than one million garments.

The Chinese suspects were arrested in the cities of Livorno and Rome, after a year long investigation, and have been charged with fraud and booked into jail.

Clothes that were labeled as cashmere contained a mixture of acrylic, viscose, and skin of rats and other animals, according to court documents. Bogus merino wool, silk and pashmina clothes were also seized.

China vowed to crack down on counterfeiting as it damages the “Made In China” label around the world.