Woman uses high heel shoes to stab man 9 times at pizza shop

The suspect 
By: Mahesh Sarin

(Scroll down for video) Police are looking to arrest a woman on a charge of causing grievous bodily harm after allegedly stabbing a man nine times with her high heel shoes, police in the United Kingdom said.

Avon and Somerset police released a video, showing the woman grabbing her high heel shoes from the counter of the pizza shop in order for the public to come forward with information that will help apprehend the suspect.

According to the police investigation, the 20-year-old victim was struck around nine times with the stiletto heel, following an argument.

Fortunately, the man did not suffer any life changing injuries.

The incident happened at the Sizzlers Pizza and Grill in College Green at 10:30 p.m. on Friday.

In the video, the suspect can be seen walking into the shop barefoot before walking to the counter and grabbing her purse and high heel shoes.

“We want to identify the woman in the CCTV footage, and would appeal to anyone who knows her, or anyone with information about this assault, to come forward,” police said in a statement.

Alligator eats thief alive as he was running away from police

Matthew Riggins 
By: Tanya Malhotra

(Scroll down for video) A thief who was running away from the police, was eaten and killed by an 11-foot-long alligator near a lake, police in Florida said.

The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office said that officers found the dead body of Matthew Riggins, in the Barefoot Bay Lake.

They also found the alligator and recovered Riggins’ remains from inside the reptile’s stomach.

According to the police investigation, Riggins told his girlfriend on Friday, that he and another man were going to break into houses.

A homeowner called police after seeing the two men looking at houses on Royal Palm Boulevard. When police officers arrived at the scene, the two men fled on foot.

Riggins ran into a wooded area and was never found. Riggins was reported missing the next day when he did not return home.

Police searched the area and found Riggins’ body in the lake.

Florida Fish and Wildlife officers captured the alligator and killed it. During a forensic examination of the alligator, Riggins’ remains were found inside its stomach.

Drunk naked man drives 110 miles per hour endangering 3 women in his Cadillac

Noe Dejesus 
By: Feng Qian

A man was arrested on a charge of driving under the influence after allegedly being caught driving 110 miles per hour while he was drunk, police in Florida said.

The Florida Highway Patrol said that they have arrested 33-year-old Noe Dejesus of Lehigh Acres, after being accused of driving while drinking bottles of beer and whiskey, endangering the lives of three female passengers.

Dejesus was charged with driving under the influence and driving without a license. He was booked into jail, and his bail was set at $6,000.

According to the police investigation, on Saturday around 3:00 p.m., people began calling 911 to report a Cadillac driving recklessly in Alligator Alley.

After about 10 minutes of searching for the vehicle, police saw the Cadillac traveling at 110 miles per hour. The police stopped the car, and saw Dejesus naked and open bottles of beer between the driver and the passenger seats.

Dejesus was ordered out of the car. He smelled of alcohol, had slurred his speech and his eyes were red. Police found several bottles of beer empty and a nearly empty bottle of Crown Royal whiskey.

The three female passengers were not injured.

Man holds up 4 businesses and carjacks 3 vehicles in less than an hour before being killed by police

Police shooting the suspect 
By: Chan Yuan

(Scroll down for video) Police said that they shot and killed a man after going on a one hour crime spree, including holding up 4 shops and carjacking three vehicles, police in Washington said.

Seattle Police Department investigators are piecing together the trail of the 35-year-old violent felon after he brandished two handguns at several downtown businesses on Sunday, carjacked three vehicles and fired on officers before a fatal confrontation with police.

Detectives from the department’s Force Investigation Team and Investigations Bureau are reviewing the incident and have compiled a preliminary timeline of the man’s crime spree.

Police received their first call about the suspect from staff at the Storyville Coffee shop in the 90 block of Pike Street around 12:35 P.M.

The suspect entered the store, visibly sweating and acting nervously. He began manipulating a handgun in his pocket, leading employees to call 911.

The suspect exited the shop before police arrived, and was next seen at the Turkish Delight restaurant in the 1900 block of Pike Place, a few minutes later.

There, he spoke briefly with employees before he brandished a handgun at the restaurant’s owner and fled.

The man then entered the Quicksilver shop in the 2000 block of 1st Avenue, and ran to the back of the store, where an employee confronted him.

Again, the suspect flashed a handgun at an employee and fled the store to the Under the Needle tattoo shop in the 2100 block of 2nd Avenue.

The suspect brandished two handguns at employees and demanded to be directed to the back door of the business.

He then fled into an alley behind the tattoo shop, where he ordered the driver of a red Volkswagen Golf out of his vehicle at gunpoint.

The suspect drove the Volkswagen to the UW Athletic Center in the 3800 block of Montlake Boulevard NE, arriving around 1:25 P.M.

He confronted a man in the lobby of the center, and forced him to relinquish his red minivan.

The suspect headed north to a Shell gas station in the 800 block of NE 65th Street, where he attempted to steal a woman’s Mercedes at gunpoint.

The woman ran from the suspect, who again fled in the red minivan.

He then drove to a car rental lot in the 5700 block of Roosevelt Way NE, where he stole a Chevy Camaro from two employees at gunpoint.

At this point, officers were able to locate the suspect driving the Camaro, and began pursuing him through Northeast Seattle.

After following the suspect as he drove northbound on a southbound-only section of Roosevelt Way NE, one officer attempted to disable the suspect’s vehicle by ramming it near Roosevelt and NE 45th Street.

Dashcam video of the jarring collision shows an officer slamming his patrol car into the suspect’s vehicle, crushing the patrol car’s front end and pushing the Camaro into the intersection.

Although the force of the crash disabled the officer’s patrol car, he can be seen on video exiting his vehicle and attempting to chase after the suspect’s stolen Camaro on foot as it sped away.

As the chase continued through North Seattle, the suspect fired on pursuing officers.

The pursuit ended in the Wedgwood neighborhood, where officers collided head-on with the suspect’s Camaro at NE 68th Street and 35th Avenue NE.

An uninvolved motorist’s SUV was also struck during the incident. The SUV’s female driver was able to flee to safety as police took up positions behind their patrol cars.

The suspect pointed his gun at officers and began maneuvering the Camaro towards police, who opened fire, killing him.

Man dumps hot French fries on former wife before stealing her purse

French fries illustration 
By: Wayne Morin

A man was arrested on a charge of theft after stealing his former wife’s purse and assaulting her at a restaurant, police in Canada said.

Now, 25-year-old David Birch of Timmins, has been sentenced to serve four months in jail after being convicted of theft in connection with the incident that unfolded around 3:30 a.m.

According to the police investigation, Birch entered the restaurant, where he found his former wife, who was not identified.

Birch began talking with her despite an outstanding order of protection. The two had a heated discussion, before the woman asked Birch hold two plates of French fries.

Later, Birch threw one plate of fried on his former wife. He then stole her purse and fled from the scene. The purse contained the woman’s valuables, including bank cards and house keys.

Birch was caught by police, and he was ordered to return the stolen items to its owner.

Man leads police on high-speed chase after stealing piece of cheesecake

Jeremy Egan 
By: Mahesh Sarin

A man was arrested on a charge of shoplifting after allegedly trying to steal a piece of cheesecake from a convenience store, police in Kentucky said.

McCracken County police said that they have arrested 34-year-old Jeremy Egan, after being accused of leading police on a high-speed chase that topped 100 miles per hour.

Egan was charged with shoplifting, wanton endangerment, fleeing or evading, assault, criminal mischief, speeding, no driver's license, failure to maintain insurance, reckless driving and disregarding a stop sign.

According to the police investigation, a worker of the Five Star convenience store located on John Puryear Drive, called police to report that Egan took a cheesecake and a cigarette light without paying.

The employee told officers that Egan fled in a Nissan Altima.

When police officers tried to stop Egan,he sped off, reaching speeds of 100 miles per hour. Eventually, Egan tried to turn at an intersection, where he lost control of the vehicle and landed in a ditch.

Egan and his passenger, 29-year-old Amy Cash, were taken to the Lourdes Hospital, after suffering minor injuries. Cash was arrested on charges of possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Thief takes time to save life of goldfish after smashing its bowl during burglary

Quinn, West, and Parc with the fish 
By: Chan Yuan

A thief with a bit of a conscience, saved the life of a pet goldfish while burglarizing a home in England.

Lance McGill, 49, and his wife Monica, 47, said that someone broke into their home and stole many items, but saved the life of the goldfish during the robbery.

The couple was devastated when a laptop was taken from their home in Wollaton, Nottingham, which had pictures of their children on it.

The thief broke into the house while the family was not home, and broke the family’s fishbowl in the process. The thief made sure that the goldfish named Freddie, was safe.

The fish was placed in the kitchen sink and it was filled with water.

The family is now appealing to the thief to return their photos and have offered a reward of £300 ($450).

The couple said that they are not asking for all the stolen items back as they just want the pictures.

Monica McGill said that she took a lot of photos of her son since he was born 6 years ago, and all the photos are stored on the computer.

Monica McGill said that she is not even asking the thief to return her computer, she just wants the thief to burn the photos onto a disk and return that to her so she can have the precious photos of her children.

Her children, Quinn, 10, West, 8, and Parc, 6, were happy to see their fish alive.

Mother tries to buy baby for her 14-year-old daughter who wanted to get pregnant

Elaine Williams 
By: Wayne Morin

(Scroll down for video) A mother agreed to fulfill her daughter's dream of being a mother by buying a baby for her.

Elaine Williams, 47, of North Forsyth, Georgia, was arrested after she was caught trying to buy a baby for her 14-year-old daughter.

Williams was arrested on Friday, in connection with an ad she posted on Craigslist, asking any mother who doesn't want her newborn baby to drop the child off outside her house in a “baby box,” according to the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office.

Detectives received a tip from a concerned citizen about the suspicious ad on Craigslist, leading to her arrest.

Williams was charged with domestic-unlawful advertisement/inducement for adoption of children. She was taken to the Forsyth County Jail, and her bail was set at $5,600.

Police said that Williams, told detectives that her daughter wanted a baby of her own and threatened that she would get one with or without her mother’s help, so she decided to help.

The 14-year-old girl, who lives with her mother, was also arrested for her part in the scheme. She faces a lesser charge.

Woman gets fiance and puppy at the same time during sweet marriage proposal on her birthday

Shane Moffis proposing to Shelby Turner 
By: Mahesh Sarin

(Scroll down for video) A woman was overwhelmed with joy when her boyfriend got her a puppy for her birthday.

She was so excited that she failed to see the diamond ring that was on the dog's collar.

Shane Moffis, 24, of Alaska, had someone record the unique proposal as he gave his girlfriend Shelby Turner, 22, a chocolate labrador puppy, which she wanted.

She was busy hugging her new dog and she did not see the ring. Moffis told her twice to look at the dog’s name tag. She broke down in tears when she saw that her new eight-week-old puppy, Sitka, had an engagement ring attached to its name tag.

The couple said that they had been together for almost five years. Turner and Moffis' wedding date is scheduled for July 2016, in his hometown of Soldotna.

The video if the proposal was uploaded to YouTube, where it went viral.

Children run from home screaming after their mother killed their father and stabbed them

Cara Lee and Glenn Hall 
By: Tanya Malhotra

(Scroll down for video) A mother was arrested after she stabbed her husband to death before allegedly stabbing her children.

Police in Australia, were called about 6:30 a.m., after the children ran from their house screaming that their mother wanted to kill them.

They ran to a neighbor's house for help. 36-year-old Cara Lee Hall was accused of stabbing her husband Glenn Hall to death and trying to kill her two children by stabbing them in the arm.

A Perth judge ordered the woman to be taken to a psychiatric hospital for an evaluation.

Hall was arrested after police found the body of her 33-year-old husband, who is the father of her children, inside their home in Leda.

The two children were also found with wounds to their arms.

People who know the family, were surprised by the incident and said that they seemed to be very happy.

13-year-old girl drives father’s car to get help for him and girlfriend after they fell into well

Damian Mikaela and Tristan Tattersall 
By: Feng Qian

(Scroll down for video) A young girl of Australia, was hailed as a hero after she drove her father’s car to get help for him and his girlfriend.

Her actions saved the life of her stepmother after a tragic accident, but unfortunately, it was too late to save the father.

Damian Tattersall, 29, of New South Wales, was installing a water pump at the bottom of a 30 meter well when he was overcome with carbon monoxide.

The tragedy unfolded while the family was on a farm in a remote area in Weilmoringle, where there is no cellphone reception.

His girlfriend, Megan Kelly, climbed down a rope ladder to Tattersall, but she fell when the ladder broke, becoming trapped as well.

Tattersall’s 13-year-old daughter Mikaela and his 11-year-old son Tristan, got into their father’s car and drove to a neighbor’s house 35 kilometers away.

The neighbor called for help and returned to the well with a portable air compressor, and pumped air into the shaft. Kelly was rescued by emergency workers, but Tattersall was pronounced dead.

Man beats girlfriend’s 6-month-old son leaving him with 32 broken bones

James Laidlaw and Tiffany Hilton 
By: Chan Yuan

A couple of the United Kingdom, was arrested for abuse after a 6-month-old baby boy was found with 32 broken bones in his body.

22-year-old James Laidlaw of Coventry, England, had been in a relationship with Tiffany Hilton, 27, when he severely abused the baby for three months.

A court heard that Hilton took her baby to a doctor when he suffered from bronchiolitis. The doctor found physical evidence of abuse and she was told to go to a hospital.

The medical staff found that they baby suffered 32 non-accidental injuries, including broken ribs, a broken left arm, a broken wrist, a broken leg, a broken left thigh and a broken right foot.

The child was allegedly thrown across the room numerous times by the abusive boyfriend.

Laidlaw was convicted of inflicting grievous bodily harm with intent and child cruelty after a trial. A jury at the Warwick Crown Court, took just two hours and 45 minutes to return the guilty verdicts.

Laidlaw was sentenced to 19 years in prison.

Hilton was sentenced to 3 years in prison after being convicted of causing or allowing harm to a child and child cruelty after a jury heard that she covered up the abuse, which was caused by her boyfriend.

Judge Sylvia de Bertodano said that Hilton, allowed the abusive man to babysit her son while she was not home.

Bertodano also said that Laidlaw was “prone to controlling and bullying behavior,”and that the case was so serious that she could go beyond the guidelines of 16 years.

Mother abuses toddler and pulls her hair out for crying on airplane

Samantha Leialoha Watanabe 
By: Wayne Morin

While many people get annoyed when other people’s kids cry during a flight, one mother went too far to discipline her daughter for crying.

Samantha Leialoha Watanabe of Honolulu, Hawaii, was accused of physically and verbally assaulting her 15-month-old daughter on a flight to Honolulu from Anchorage, Alaska.

Passengers and flight attendants aboard the Alaska Airlines flight told police that the girl, who was identified as Clementine, was “generally well-behaved.”

However, when she cried, Watanabe pushed, slapped and pulled out her hair from her daughter’s head while trying to get her to stop crying.

One passenger saw Watanabe cursing at her daughter, smacking her on the head, hitting her with a stuffed animal and pinching her as she cried, according to court documents.

Another passenger told the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) that Watanabe got a wad of cash and placed it inside her daughter’s diaper.

Alaska State Trooper Brian Miller, who was traveling with his family on vacation, told the court that Watanabe pulled out pieces of Clementine’s hair and threw them on the floor.

Watanabe appeared to be under the influence of a drug, according to a criminal complaint filed by the FBI.

Watanabe was charged with misdemeanor assault. Her bail was set at $10,000 after she agreed to enter residential drug treatment.

Store owner cuts off his private parts on street in broad daylight

Razor illustration 
By: Mahesh Sarin

(Scroll down for video) A man in Turkey, was seen on video cutting his private parts in front of his store.

People watched in horror as the street vendor cut his private parts after an arguing with his girlfriend over the phone.

The act of the 21-year-old man, who was identified only by his initials "HB," was captured by a security camera in Yenisehir, Mersin.

The man who was selling bagels, was heard screaming on the phone before unzipping his pants and cutting his manhood with a razor.

Although the footage is unclear, witnesses said that he cut his private parts with the blade until it was severed. The incident took place in broad daylight in front of many people.

A plainclothes police officer intervened to stop the man with the help of passersby.

The man was then taken to the Mersin University Medical Faculty Hospital, where surgeons managed to reattach the severed organ.

However, doctors said that it had been severely damaged and it will take time to see if it will heal well.

The man refused to talk about the argument between himself and his girlfriend.