Despicable thieves steal dead people's remains from graves and demand ransom from family

Vandalized grave illustration 
By: Tanya Malhotra

A woman was horrified to learn that her husband's remains were stolen from his grave.

Police in China, said that a group of thieves ransacked a cemetery in Henan, and stole urns filled with cremated remains of a number of families in order to extort money from them.

One of the victims who was identified as Mr. Liu, said that she received a call from the Hongshan Cemetery in Xinyan, saying that her late husband's grave was vandalized and his remains were missing.

When she went to the grave, she discovered that some other graves nearby were also broken and vandalized.

She found a phone number on the looted tombs. When Mrs. Liu called the number, the person who answered demanded ransom of 20,000 yuan ($3,136) for the safe return of her husband's urn.

The family transferred the 20,000 yuan to the thieves. However, rather than turning over the remains, the despicable thieves demanded more money and gave no information on the whereabouts of the urn. In response, the family called police.

Henan police said that the culprits are likely a gang of organized criminals who travel the country and break into tombs to make money.

Animal lover mauled to death by Rottweiler hours after adopting the dog

Anthony Riggs and the dog 
By: Feng Qian

(Scroll down for video) A man and his new companion are dead just after the dog was adopted.

67-year-old Anthony Riggs of Tennessee, was mauled by his dog hours after showing off his new Rottweiler to his friends.

Now, the dog was killed by animal control for fear that it would hurt others.

Riggs had adopted the animal from the Jackson-Madison County Rabies Control, which is a part of the health department.

Police officers shot the 5-year-old male Rottweiler at the scene when it allegedly charged toward a group of onlookers who had gathered outside the victim’s home.

Kim Tedford, director of the county's Regional Health Department, said that a city employee found the stray dog five days before the incident, and it did not show any signs of aggression while it was in their custody.

17-year-old girl kills herself after her brother yelled at her for becoming pregnant

Pregnant woman illustration 
By: Chan Yuan

A girl killed herself because her brother yelled at her for becoming pregnant, police in Nigeria said.

Bwari police said that 17-year-old Aisha Usman, committed suicide after her brother, Kabiru Usman, refused to accept the fact that his sister was pregnant.

The girl’s father, Malam Usman Danladi, described the death of his daughter as disturbing and heartbreaking.

According to the police investigation, the mother of Kabiru Usman, called him at work to say that Aisha Usman was pregnant.

He rushed home and beat his sister. She ran out of the home and went to a nearby garage. Kabiru Usman went after her, but found that the door is locked.

Kabiru Usman banged on the door, and when she did not open, he forced it open. Inside, he found his sister lying dead on the floor next to an empty fertilizer bottle.

The mother of the girl, Malama Sumayyah Usman, said that she won’t cry at her daughter's funeral because she caused great shame to her family by becoming pregnant.

Woman beats her former husband in the head during argument over how to have sex

Wendy Luper 
By: Wayne Morin

A woman was arrested on a charge of assault after allegedly beating her former husband during an argument over how to have sex, police in Florida said.

Manatee County police said that they have arrested 45-year-old Wendy Luper, after being accused of flying into a rage and beating 51-year-old Michael Vaccaro.

Luper was charged with one count of domestic battery. She was booked into jail and released after posting $750 bail.

According to the police investigation, Luper and Vaccaro went to a storage unit together so he could pick up some of his belongings.

While parked at the premises of the storage unit, Luper stripped naked and asked Vacccaro if he wanted to have sex.

Vaccaro agreed and he ordered Luper to lie down on the floor.

Luper did not want sex in that position and resisted. Vaccaro did not appreciate the sudden mood change, and an argument broke out.

Vaccaro left the storage unit and went for a walk. When he returned, Luper threw an object at him, hitting him in the head.

Luper then got into the car and drove onto Vaccaro’s foot.

Vaccaro was found by police bleeding from his head and his foot appeared to be swollen.

Father holds baby near her mother while she was having sex with another man

Derohn Wilburn 
By: Chan Yuan

A man was arrested on charges of child endangerment for holding his baby as her mother was having sex with another man nearby.

25-year-old Derohn Wilburn of Detroit, Michigan, acted as a pimp and held his baby in a motel room in Ohio, while the child's mother was with a man who paid for sexual services.

Wilburn pleaded guilty to promoting prostitution and child endangerment. He was sentenced to 18 months probation. Judge Amy Corrigall Jones also ordered him to have no contact with the child and the child's mother, who was identified as Melissa Coleman.

Coleman, 26, of Akron, was charged with child endangering and prostitution. Copley police said that the baby was handed over to her family member. The baby was unhurt.

Jesse Davis, 29, of Munroe Falls, called the police, saying that he was threatened in a room at the Motel 6 on Rothrock Road.

Davis told police that he responded to an advertisement on, which was published by Coleman. When he arrived at the motel, the woman was not the same as the one in the online photo.

Coleman demanded $50 more than agreed upon online. Davis said that he left, but then reconsidered and returned to the motel. Wilburn then came out of the bathroom with the baby and told Davis that he had to pay $20 more, for a total of $170.

Wilburn, who admitted to police to being a pimp, had the money when police arrived.

Woman kicks police officer’s private parts at Perfect Vodka because he arrested her friend

Jennifer Nagy 
By: Mahesh Sarin

A woman was arrested on a charge of assault on a police officer after allegedly kicking a police officer’s private parts because he arrested her friend, police in Florida said.

The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s office said that they have arrested 27-year-old Jennifer Nagy, after being accused of assaulting a police officer as her friend was being led to jail.

Nagy was charged with two counts of battery on a police officer and one count each of resisting arrest with violence and disorderly conduct.

Nagy was booked into jail, and her bail was set at $9,000.

According to the police investigation, Nagy was at the Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre on Sunday night for a concert by the Zac Brown Band, when her friend, 29-year-old Brooke Meredith Lees, was arrested.

Nagy became angry and tried to free her friend from police custody. Nagy grabbed an officer’s shoulder. Another officer grabbed Nagy by the hair and dragged her on the ground.

While Nagy was led to a police car, she kicked the deputy in the private parts.

Lees was charged with trespassing, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest without violence. Lees was booked into jail and released without bail.

England rejects asylum petition of man because he failed to prove he is gay

Robert Kityo 
By: Wayne Morin

A man is scared that he will be killed for being gay if he is deported from England.

35-year-old Robert Kityo was born in Uganda, and he was looking for asylum because he was being persecuted for being gay.

However, he now faces deportation from Manchester, after immigration officials said that he “failed to prove” his sexuality.

Kityo was taken to a deportation center after his last attempt to seek asylum was rejected by the Interior Ministry.

The decision came despite the fact that more than 30 people, including Dr. David Walker, who is the Bishop of Manchester, and the leaders of the LGBT groups in the city, sent letters in support of Mr. Kityo.

More than 1,900 people have signed a petition that he should be allowed to stay in the United Kingdom.

Kityo volunteers for a number of LGBT groups, including the Manchester Lesbian and Gay Foundation. He is also a member of a number of Christian church groups.

Kityo fears that he might be killed if he is sent back to Uganda, where homosexuality is illegal and he can be jailed if found guilty of homosexual acts.

Mr. Kityo arrived in the United Kingdom in 2011 with a student visa, and applied for asylum the following year. He said that his partner in Uganda is in jail for being gay and a warrant was issued for his arrest if he returned.

An immigration judge rejected Kityo’s application on appeal, saying that he did not believe Kityo will suffer persecution.

Mother and daughter die from poisoning on boat after boyfriend installed faulty exhaust system

Kelly Webster and Lauren Thornton 
By: Tanya Malhotra

A man was arrested on a charge of manslaughter after installing a faulty exhaust system on their boat, resulting in the death of his girlfriend and her daughter, police in the United Kingdom said.

Now, 42-year-old Matthew Eteson of Preston, has been sentenced to serve two years in jail, which was suspended for two years, after being found guilty of manslaughter in connection with the deaths of 35-year-old Kelly Webster and 10-year-old Lauren Thornton.

According to the police investigation, Webster and Thornton were found dead in the sleeping compartment on board Eteson's boat on Lake Windermere.

The cause of death was poisoning by carbon monoxide from the exhaust system of a generator, which Eteson had installed on board.

Eteson was a registered and experienced installer. He fabricated an exhaust system for the generator and used the generator to power a fan heater in the passenger quarters.

The exhaust system was poorly designed and poorly constructed, using unsuitable materials. The generator was not secured or anchored to the floor and the joints in the exhaust pipework were very poorly fabricated.

The temperatures caused the pipework to fail as soft soldered joints melted, and as a result, the exhaust gases containing carbon monoxide were discharged into the boat.

In addition to this very poor standard of work, he neglected to test this system in the circumstances and under the electrical load for which he intended to use it, and he also knew that the carbon monoxide detectors on the boat had been disabled.

Tragically, the poor design and construction of the work he carried out on the exhaust system, led to the deaths of Webster and Thornton.

The court heard that Webster and Thornton, lost their lives because of his gross negligence and the obvious dangers that he created. They therefore found him criminally responsible for their deaths.

Prison to replace guards with crocodiles after addicts bribed officials to smuggle drugs for them

Prison illustration 
By: Feng Qian

Officials in Indonesia, are planning to replace prison guards with crocodiles after some of them were caught smuggling drugs into prison.

Officials announced their plan to place crocodiles in prisons where drug offenders are being held.

Officials said that they want to reduce the possibility of death row inmates convicted on drug charges from escaping by bribing the guards.

The Drug Enforcement Agency has presented plans to build a new kind of prison, which will replace some of the human guards with crocodiles.

“You can’t bribe crocodiles. You cannot convince them to let prisoners escape,”anti-drug chief Budi Waseso said.

The plan is still on the drawing board at this point, but officials seem to be convinced that staffing the prison with fierce reptiles along with some human guards is a good idea.

NCIS actress gets punched in the face by homeless man in Hollywood

Pauley Perrette 
By: Feng Qian

(Scroll down for video) A homeless man was arrested on a charge of assault after allegedly punching an NCIS actress in the face, police in California said.

The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced
that 45-year-old David Merck, was arrested after attacking and threatening 46-year-old Pauley Perrette on Thursday.

He was charged with one felony count each of making a criminal threat and false imprisonment by violence. If convicted, Merck faces up to four years in prison.

Merck was booked at the Department 30 of the Foltz Criminal Justice Center, and his bail was set at $60,000.

According to the police investigation, Merck grabbed the actress, one of the stars on NCIS, punched her and threatened to kill her before running off.

He was arrested about an hour later.