Man rapes 2-year-old girl and records the assault on his former girlfriend’s phone

Scott Sholds 
By: Hydar Tomar

A woman was shocked to discover that her former boyfriend had sexually assaulted a toddler.

Scott Sholds, 31, of Fayetteville, Arkansas, was arrested on Wednesday, after he allegedly raped the girl, 2 years old, and recorded the assault with a cellphone.

Police launched an investigation after the former girlfriend of Sholds discovered the video on her cellphone, showing Sholds having sex with the young girl.

The former girlfriend went to police with the video stating that the video was of her former boyfriend. The woman identified the girl as the two-year-old daughter of an acquaintance.

Sholds initially denied being in the video, and told police that he never lived or slept in the house of the victim.

However, police later discovered that Sholds lived with the girl’s family for 9 days.

Sholds was booked into the Washington County Detention Center. He was charged with rape, and with distributing, possession and viewing child pornography, amongst other charges. His bail was set at $100,000 bond.

Woman arrested after pulling out drugs from her bra and handing it to cops

Bra illustration 
By: Sanvi Rizvi

(Scroll down for video) A woman hid her drugs in her bra, but then, voluntarily handed it to a police officer.

Evelyn Hamilton of Lufkin, Texas, was arrested on Monday, after she allegedly called police to report a theft, but when police arrived, she complained that she was robbed by her drug dealer.

Hamilton, 37, called police after she was unhappy with the quality of marijuana she purchased and wanted to file a complaint against the drug dealer.

Hamilton told officers that she called the drug dealer to complain about the drugs and asked for a refund, but he refused to take the drugs back.

Investigators said that when the officer asked if she still had the drugs, Hamilton took out a small bag of marijuana from her bra and handed it to the officer.

The woman told the officer that she spent $40 on the bag, but it was “seeds and residue” not marijuana.

Hamilton was booked into jail and charged with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Police said that no charges were filed against the drug dealer as there was no evidence linking the marijuana to a third party

Man who raped 80-year-old woman caught after falling into a hole while fleeing the scene

Hole in the ground illustration 
By: Sanvi Rizvi

Two young men were arrested and charged with rape after they allegedly raped an elderly woman who was on her way to a farm, police in Nigeria said.

Delta State Police said that they have arrested two men, Emeka Igwe, 31, and John Igberin, 33, for allegedly raping the 80-year-old grandmother in the area.

According to the initial police investigation, the suspects attacked and raped the woman on her way to the farm. On Thursday at 10:30 a.m., the woman had gone to her farm not far from her home.

She met with the suspects, who told her that they were hunters. The suspects assaulted and dragged her into the jungle, where she was raped.

After raping the grandmother, one of the suspects fled, but he fell into a deep hole. Farmers, who were on their way to the farms, heard the woman screaming and came over to help the woman.

A few feet away they saw the suspect inside the hole. Police arrived at the scene and arrested the man. The suspect led police to his friend’s home where he was arrested.

Lost 3-year-old boy found playing inside claw machine at bowling alley

Boy inside claw machine 
By: Anika Rao

(Scroll down for video) A boy who was reported as missing was found playing inside a claw machine, police in Nebraska said.

The child has since been reunited with his mother after he was discovered in the machine full of stuffed animals at the nearby bowling alley.

Lincoln Police said the child's mother called 911 after her son disappeared from her apartment. Around the same time, employees at Madsen Bowling called authorities to report that the child had been found inside the claw machine.

Rachell Hildreth, an employee at the bowling alley, took a picture of the child who was playing inside the machine. The photo showed the child appearing quite happy as he played with lots of toys.

Hildreth said that she and her colleagues were in disbelief. Jim Lakey, a representative of the vending machine company, managed to free the child, who quickly met with his mother.

Lakey said that it was first time in his 38 years in business that he saw a child inside one of his machines, adding that it must have taken some time for the child to move his way into the machine.

Lincoln Police said that there was no evidence of negligence on the part of the mother and no charges were filed.