Parents leave their dirty and sweaty 2-year-old son home alone to play Pokemon Go

Brent Daley and Brianna Daley 
By: Mahesh Sarin

(Scroll down for video) The parents of a little boy were arrested on a charge of child neglect after leaving their two-year-old son home alone to play Pokemon Go, according to police in Arizona.

The Pinal County Sheriff's Office said that they have arrested 27-year-old Brent Daley and his wife, 25-year-old Brianna Daley, after leaving their sweaty and dirty son home alone for more than an hour.

They were both charged with child neglect and endangerment.

According to the police, officers received calls around 10:30 p.m. on Sunday, to report that a boy was screaming and crying outside a home.

Police officers who arrived at the scene, found the 2-year-old boy outside, but no one was in the home. The boy was barefoot, sweaty and dirty.

The temperature was 96 degrees at the time. The house was unlocked. When police contacted the father on the phone, all he said was “whatever.”

When the couple returned home after 90 minutes, they admitted to leaving their child inside the home while playing Pokemon GO in nearby neighborhoods.

Video shows dog driving car into Walmart store

Dog drives car (illustration) 
By: Tanya Malhotra

(Scroll down for video) Shoppers at a Walmart in West Virginia, were shocked to see a dog driving a car into the wall of the building, according to a video that was uploaded to the Internet.

The Wayne County Sheriff's Department said that the incident unfolded on Friday afternoon, while an elderly woman decided to shop at the Walmart, leaving her two dogs inside her car with the air conditioner running.

After a few minutes, one of the dogs became restless and knocked the gear into drive. The Ford Crown Victoria started to slowly roll toward the store and eventually hit a brick wall.

Shoppers who witnessed the incident, quickly ran to the car, and that is when they saw the dog in the driver's seat. The other dog manages to roll down a window and hop out of the car.

The owner of the dogs told police that she left her car running because it was hot outside and wanted her animals to stay cool.

The woman manages to drive home with her two dogs. No charges have been filed. The video of the incident was uploaded to the Internet, where it went viral.

Drunk mother bites off babysitter’s lip because she told her not to scream at her child

Megan Marie Jones 
By: Feng Qian

A mother was arrested on a charge of battery after allegedly biting of the lip of her child’s babysitter who told her not to scream at her son, according to police in Florida.

Crystal River police said that they have arrested 31-year-old Megan Marie Jones, after being accused of assaulting the 55-year-old babysitter who was watching her 2-year-old son.

Jones has been charged with child neglect and battery. She was booked into the Citrus County Jail, pending a bail hearing. The child was placed in the care of his grandparents.

According to the police investigation, Jones was intoxicated when she returned home on Saturday around 11:30 p.m.

When she started yelling at her two-year-old son, the caretaker entered the room to tell her to stop doing that, leading to an argument.

The argument turned physical and Jones, while holding the boy, began attacking the babysitter. She bit the woman’s lips and beat her.

The victim fought back. The child was not injured, but the babysitter, who was not identified, lost about a quarter inch of her lower lip.

She was taken to a hospital for treatment. A person at the scene took video of the incident and gave it to police.

Woman tries to kill her boyfriend by pouring hot soup on his head while sleeping

Misty Childs 
By: Chan Yuan

(Scroll down for video) Police are looking to arrest a woman on a charge of attempted murder after allegedly trying to kill her boyfriend with hot soup, according to police in Florida.

St. Petersburg police said that 41-year-old Misty Childs, tried to kill her sleeping boyfriend, Lavont Moss, following an argument.

The incident occurred around 12:00 a.m. on Sunday, at 1123 13th Avenue S. According to the police investigation, following the argument, Moss went to bed.

It was then that Childs poured hot soup on the face and upper torso of her boyfriend, and left the area. Moss’ two roommates, Ashleigh Ferris and Wesley Clark, said that the victim is fighting for his life.

They told investigators that the assault occurred while they were smoking outside of the home. They heard screams from inside the house, and rushed inside to find Moss in pain.

Moss told them that Childs burned him before collapsing on the couch. He was barely able to breathe because of the pain.

Clark, who is a paramedic, said that the injuries were some of the worst he has ever seen. Doctors are not sure if Moss will survive as he suffered internal injuries after hot soup entered his nose and throat.

Childs remains at large.

Company makes thousands of dollars by befriending mistresses and breaking them up from love affairs with married men

Couple (illustration) 
By: Wayne Morin

Women in China, who have class and don’t want to fight with their husbands’ lovers, can now hire a company to do the dirty work for them.

Weiqing International Marriage Hospital Emotion Clinic Group is one such company that offers the “mistress dispelling services.”

Despite charging about $59,000 the company said that their services is becoming increasingly popular in all major cities of China.

Shu Xin, director of Weiging, said that when a wife hires them for the job, they first figure out what kind of lover they are dealing with.

They want to know if the woman is after his money, love or sex, and then, they develop a plan.

One of their employees then start a friendship with the mistress.

They use different tactics, including befriending the woman by exercising in the same gym, moving close to her home or getting a job at the same place as the lover.

Once the employee gained the lover’s trust, they work on breaking up her relationship.

This is done in a number of ways, including hooking her up with a new man, finding her a job in a different city or even convincing her that the married man is not worth her attention.

Theses companies reportedly have huge success rates, and are making a fortune of money.

Fired hotel workers ask boss to allow them to work at wedding for free not to ruin bride and groom's special night

The bride and groom kissing after learning
their wedding was saved by staff members  
By: Mahesh Sarin

(Scroll down for video) A bride and groom of the United Kingdom, were very touched by the love and kindness they were shown by strangers.

When Adam Sanders and Amanda Mularczyk, both 35, became engaged two years ago, they immediately booked their wedding venue.

They booked the party for 200 guests at the South Marston Hotel and Leisure Club, in Swindon.

However, when the time came to host their wedding, the hotel was experiencing financial difficulties, and they were forced to close the place.

Less than 48 hours before the couple’s big day, the owners of the wedding hall called their workers for a meeting and announced that they were closing.

All the staff members were fired.

Amazingly, the staff members pleaded with them to keep the venue open until Sunday, in order not to ruin the bride and groom’s big day.

15 staff members offered to work for free, and they gave the couple their dream wedding.

Dumb thief goes on shopping spree with stolen credit card before ordering pizza to his house with the same card

Jamaar J. Monuma 
By: Tanya Malhotra

A dumb thief was arrested for going on a shopping spree with a stolen credit card.

The man of Uniondale, New York, was arrested on Wednesday, for buying four tires worth more than $950 using a stolen credit card, Nassau police said.

21-year-old Jamaar J. Monuma purchased four 18-inch vehicle rims for a total of $975.98 from Black Forest Industries, according to police.

He bought the items with a Capital One Bank credit card, which was stolen. The bank issued a refund to the card owner.

Black Forest Industries then contacted the Nassau County Police Department to help identify the person responsible in hopes to recover the stolen goods.

Detectives conducted an investigation and found that the same Capital One Bank credit card was used to buy food from Papa John's Pizza on two occasions.

The food order was delivered to a home on Hempstead Boulevard. Police arrested Jamaar J. Monuma, who lives at that address.

He was arrested on Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. without incident, police said. Officers also found the four rimes at the home.

Monuma is facing charges of grand larceny, identity theft and criminal possession of stolen property.

12-year-old girl calls police on her father for hitting her mother for putting extra slice of cheese in sandwich

James DePaola 
By: Feng Qian

A 12-year-old girl of Georgia, called police after her parents got into a fight.

James DePaola, 55, of Athens-Clarke County, was arrested after the fight over a slice of cheese turned physically violent, police said.

Officers were called to the couple’s house after James became angry because his wife used three slices of cheese instead of two to make the sandwich.

When his wife tried to call police, James pulled the phone out of the wall. The couple’s 12-year-old daughter managed to called police from a cellphone.

DePaola later told police that he did not want his wife to call 911 for such a “stupid” reason.

The couple’s two other children, who are 9 and 14 years old, were also home at the time of the incident.

DePaola was charged with obstruction of a 911 call and criminal trespass/damage to property.

Teacher arrested for letting air out of student’s car tires

Edward Kimble 
By: Chan Yuan

(Scroll down for video) A teacher of Connecticut, got a short-lived revenge against a student by letting out the air of the tires.

The teacher at Pomperaug High School in Southbury, was arrested on Monday, after police said he let the air out of the tires in the school’s parking lot.

According to police, 52-year-old Edward Kimble surrendered to police after learning that there was a warrant out for his arrest over the incident.

Police said that they received reports that Kimble had let the air out of the front tires of the vehicle belonging to a student because it was parked in the parking lot that was designated for teachers.

Although students are not supposed to park there, security guards told police that they gave the student permission to park in the teacher's parking lot because at the time, there was no more spaces available in the student parking lot.

Kimble was charged with reckless endangerment. He was released from jail after posting $500 bail.

Man robs pizza delivery guy at gunpoint after using friend's phone to place fake order

Dylan Axton 
By: Wayne Morin

A man was arrested after using his friend's cellphone to order pizza before robbing the driver.

The man of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, was arrested early Saturday, after he allegedly robbed the pizza delivery driver at gunpoint.

Charleroi Police Chief Eric Porter said that 20-year-old Dylan Axton, used another person's phone to place the food order so that he can rob the driver.

Axton is facing charges of robbery, theft and criminal use of a communication facility after he was accused of robbing the delivery driver from Armando’s Pizza, which is located on the 500 block of Eighth Street.

Police said that a short time later, Axton called the driver and asked to him to bring the food to Eighth Street and Lookout Avenue.

When the driver arrived with the food, he was approached by two men.

One brandished a semiautomatic pistol and demanded that the driver hand over his money.

The driver gave about $150 and both men fled, police said.

Axton did not manage to outsmart police by using another person's phone. Officers tracked down Axton, and he was arrested.

Axton was booked into the Washington County jail on $25,000 bond.

Police are using Pokemon Go rare creatures to lure people with warrants to their station

By: Mahesh Sarin

Police in Virginia, have are using Pokemon Go to lure criminals to the police station.

The police station is using its Facebook page to invite “random citizens” to try and catch a super-rare Pokemon in their processing room.

The Smithfield Police Department took to Facebook to announce that there are rare Pokemon Go characters at the precinct and only a few people were selected, and they will permitted to enter to collect them.

However, police admitted that these “random citizens” are people who have outstanding warrants and they will be arrested if they show up at the station.

In the Facebook post police wrote: “The rarest Pokemon of all has been spotted in the Smithfield Police Department processing room: Ditto!

“Since it is so rare, we can only allow a limited number of people in the building to capture it. We put the mainframe computer in the basement to work and came up with a list of random citizens eligible for this rare opportunity. If your name is on the list below, you are one of the lucky folks invited to come to the Police Department for the capture!

Marc Eley Burton
Terry Carsolerick Cobb
Anrea Irma Goins
Neshaeka Divonne Harkless
Karolyn Yvonne Heath
Henry Lanauze
Cydny Charleston Lewis
Wilbur Pair

“This list will be updated periodically, as long as Ditto hangs around,” police wrote.

Girl finds video of her 14-year-old brother having sex with their mother after borrowing the boy’s phone

Couple (illustration) 
By: Tanya Malhotra

A mother of the United Kingdom, was arrested after her daughter found videos of her having sex with her son.

The teenage girl of Wales, called police after borrowing her brother’s phone and finding videos of him having sex with their mother.

The 36-year-old mother of four children, who recorded herself having sex with her 14-year-old son, defended herself by saying that her cousin from overseas pressured her into making the videos and sending them to him.

Prosecutor Ian Kolvin said that when police reviewed the phone, they found videos of the mother and son being naked while they had sex, and the two performed sex acts on each other.

Police discovered that the 14-year-old boy was not the only victim. Police found that the mother sent photos and videos of herself molesting her 3-year-old daughter to her cousin.

The mother blamed her cousin, who lives in Pakistan, by saying he took advantage of her.

Defense attorney Ruth Smith said that the mother’s cultural background made her particularly vulnerable.

Smith said that her client was forced to leave school at 13 years old to work in the family business before she was forced into an “abusive and violent” arranged marriage.

In a victim impact statement read to the court, the son said: “I feel upset and ashamed of what she did. She should not have done it, but I miss her very much.”

The mother was sentenced to 5 years in prison and she will have to register as a sex offender for life.

Elephant throws rock and kills 7-year-old girl trying to take a picture at zoo

Elephant (illustration) 
By: Wayne Morin

(Scroll down for video) A young girl has died while visiting a zoo with her family, according to police in Morocco.

Rabat police said that the 7-year-old girl was at the Rabat Zoo with her family when an elephant threw a rock at her.

The rock hit the girl’s head, and she began bleeding. She was taken to a hospital, where she was declared dead.

According to the police investigation, the girl was trying to take a picture of the female elephant when it threw the rock at her head.

There was no tall fence around the zoo enclosure. Animals and visitors are separated by a ditch and wooden sticks. A spokesperson for the zoo said that this was the first time a visitor was killed by an animal.

They apologized to the family, and said that the zoo meets the requirements of international standards.

Lucky cat survives being washed in washing machine after falling asleep inside

Lisa Keefe with her cat Bobby 
By: Mahesh Sarin

(Scroll down for video) A cat of the United Kingdom, is lucky to be alive after its owner accidentally washed it in a washing machine.

9-month-old Bobby climbed into the washing machine of Lisa and Kevin Keefe, and fell asleep inside before its owners decided to wash a load.

Lisa of Nottingham, said that after several minutes, she heard a strange noise coming from the washing machine. She ran to the machine as she knew that her cat likes to sleep in it.

That is when she saw her cat’s fur among the clothes. She immediately stopped the machine and took her cat to the Nottingham Pet Hospital.

The cat was in very bad shape, as it was cold and in shock.

Doctors treated their cat with IV and dried it. The following day, Bobby was able to go home and it made a full recovery. Lisa confirmed that the cat learned its lesson, and is now staying away from the washing machine.

Man dumps thousands of pennies at government office after being slapped with $80 fine for taking son on vacation without school’s permission

Brent Catterson paying fine with pennies 
By: Tanya Malhotra

(Scroll down for video) An angry father of the United Kingdom, who received a fine for taking his son on vacation without getting permission from his school, dumped thousands of pennies in a government office.

36-year-old Brent Catterson of West Midlands, said that trouble began when he decided to take his 8-year-old son Michael to Majorca, Spain, for four days.

He did not get the permission of his son’s school for a leave of absence, and he received an $80 fine. Catterson, who considers himself a joker, put together two bags of pennies, totaling $80.

He walked into the Telford and Wrekin Borough Council offices, and dumped thousands of pennies on the counter, saying that these are for the fine.

Catterson said that he believes he got the last laugh.

Catterson decided to dump all the pennies because the woman who works at the council offices was arrogant to him on the phone.

Luckily, the council accepted the payment, and they sent Catterson a receipt. The video of the entire incident was uploaded to Facebook, where it went viral.

It has been viewed by 2.3 million people and shared more than 11,000 times.

5-year-old boy dies after being struck by lightning while playing on beach with family

Lightning strike at beach (illustration) 
By: Feng Qian

(Scroll down for video) A family in North Carolina, is devastated after a 5-year-old boy lost his life while playing on a beach during a thunderstorm.

A spokesperson for the Currituck Fire and EMS, said that the incident unfolded on Sunday around 4:00 p.m.

According to the police investigation, the boy and his family were preparing to head back to their vehicle after a day on the Carova Beach, when thunderstorms developed.

As the boy and his father were getting into the car, the boy was struck by lightning. The child suffered burns and went into cardiac arrest.

After the lightning strike, the child's family took him in their vehicle to meet an ambulance. First responders then met with the boy and his family a mile north of the beach.

The child was taken to the Sentara Princess Anne Hospital in Virginia Beach, where he was pronounced dead.