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Sheriff Michael Saudino of Bergen County, New Jersey, announced his resignation from the post on Friday, following the release of a recording where he was allegedly caught making racist and homophobic remarks.
In a brief statement posted on Facebook, the Bergen County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that Saudino submitted his immediate resignation as sheriff and that four other people — Executive Undersheriff George Buono and Undersheriffs Robert Colaneri, Brian Smith, and Joseph Hornyak — were also leaving their positions with immediate effect.
Wally Conron sparked something of an animal revolution in the 1980s when he bred a Labrador with a poodle, creating the labradoodle. Now, Conron said he regrets creating the breed that has become one of the most popular in the United States.
The New York Post uncovered an interview with Conron where he expresses guilt over creating the fluffy breed. The dogs became so popular that the breed grew unhealthy and unscrupulous breeders valued money over the wellbeing of their dogs, Conron lamented.
“I opened a Pandora’s box, that’s what I did,” Conron said. “So many people are just breeding for the money. So many of these dogs have physical problems, and a lot of them are just crazy.”
An Ohio strip club has lost its liquor license after undercover cops confirmed that the business was taking food stamp benefits in exchange for drugs and lap dances.
As WCMH-TV (Columbus) reports, undercover police officers spent months investigating chicanery at Sharkey’s Bar in Dayton. Using food stamp benefits instead of cash, the cops determined that they were able to pay for lap dances with the electronic benefits intended for poor families to buy food. What’s more, authorities were also able to buy drugs with the benefits. Specifically, undercover cops paid for heroin, fentanyl, carfentanil, cocaine, methamphetamines – just over $2,000 worth – with food stamps.
Agent-in-Charge Michelle Thourot tells The Dayton Daily News that the strip club was a haven for drug trafficking.
Despite having an offer to play at Temple University, 18-year-old Washington, D.C. running back Jamal Speaks currently won’t be able to play for his alternative high school, and it’s not because of his grades, injuries, or any of the other factors that typically prevent high school players from taking the field. Instead, it’s because Speaks is homeless, an unavoidable circumstance that has prevented officials at D.C.’s public school system from properly verifying his address.
Charges levied against a Michigan mom who was arrested for allegedly stealing her 15-year-old daughter’s iPhone have been dropped by the Ottawa County prosecutor, reports abc7. The mother, Jodie May, told reporters that the shocking incident started when she took her daughter’s iPhone 6 in April after she got in trouble at school. Shortly after the punishment was given out, a deputy knocked on the front door to let her know she was being arrested on a misdemeanor larceny charge.
A 66-year-old man from Hagerstown, Maryland, who walked around Pennsylvania’s York Fair with his wife on a leash was arrested on Saturday, September 15.
According to the York Daily Record, who viewed official court documents, an eyewitness reportedly saw Walter William Wolford Sr. leading his wife, Catherine Wolford, around the outdoor fair using a red nylon dog-style leash that was approximately eight feet long.
The witness told officials from the West Manchester Township Police Department that, at one point, the man “yanked the leash when all of the slack had gone out of it, causing [the woman’s] head to move backwards and for her to sustain red marks around her throat area.”
Emergency medical professionals attended to Catherine, who the police said “was very disoriented, did not know where she was [or] her own name, and spoke in gibberish.”
A California judge has ruled that a 5-year-old girl from Santa Rosa can take cannabis oil while at her public kindergarten. The law in her municipality banned medical marijuana on school grounds and on her school bus, but now, Brooke Adams, who suffers from a form of epilepsy which causes her to have seizures several times a day, can get the life-changing medicine she needs when she needs it.
The Press Democrat says that Judge Charles Marson ruled that kindergartener Brooke Adams can continue attending Village Elementary School in Santa Rosa with is what he calls “emergency medicine.” This ruling by Marson goes against the order from the Rincon Valley Union School District, which claimed that allowing THC oil on school property violated state and federal laws.
Brooke’s mother, Jana Adams, burst into tears when she got the good news this week.
Justin Schneider was convicted of strangling and sexually assaulting a woman he gave a ride to in his car, and the Alaska air traffic controller will get off with no time in jail in a controversial sentencing.
The 34-year-old faced four felony charges for the August, 2017, incident, including kidnapping and assault. He was accused of picking up a woman at a gas station to give her a ride, then driving to a remote area and telling her he had to get out to get something from another car. As she stepped out of the vehicle, Schneider tackled her and began to strangle the woman, KTVA reported.
“She said she could not fight him off, he was too heavy and had her down being choked to death,” APD Detective Brett Sarber. “(The victim) said she lost consciousness, thinking she was going to die.”
A viral video from Russia shows a man rushing to help an elderly woman being brutally beaten The man kicked the attacker in the face so many times that he broke his foot.
The video was uploaded to YouTube this week and comes from the city of Klintsky. The video shows the cameraman/rescuer leaving his door and rushing down a sidewalk that sits between an apartment building and a park, with a woman’s desperate screams growing louder as he ran to her.
A factory worker in India was killed after his boss shot a burst of compressed air up his butt as a prank, destroying the man’s internal organs.
The incident happened in a foundry in the Kolhapur district of Maharashtra, India, earlier this month. As the Mirror reported, a man named Aditya Jadhav was engaging in some lighthearted pranks with his supervisor when the boss jokingly held an air pressure hose to the man’s back, then put it down his pants and released a blast of pressurized air.
Though it was meant as a joke, Jadhav was seriously injured and fell to the floor in pain, the report noted. The blast had accidentally sent the air up the man’s rear end, causing serious damage to his organs. Jadhav was rushed to a hospital, but died 15 days later from his injuries.
Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift have been besties for years. Selena’s long been part of Taylor’s squad, and the best friends have been spotted together in cute selfies, at the VMAs, and more. People reports that Selena gushed about Taylor in a now-deleted Instagram Live video.
“How’s Taylor? Taylor’s awesome. I love her. She’s amazing,” Gomez responded to a fan question during the video.”I talked to her today. She’s literally like my big sister, I tell her everything. She’s so smart it freaks me out.”
Earlier that same evening, Selena had shared a post of Taylor and Taylor’s dad, Scott Swift, discussing the recently released film A Simple Favor. They apparently loved it, and so did Selena, who excitedly re-shared the video on her own social media and labeled it with “SAME!” in huge font.
Nike attracted some big controversy with its ad campaign featuring Colin Kaepernick, and now the company is reaping even bigger rewards.
A new report from CBS News notes that the company’s market value has risen by $6 billion after launching the campaign that features the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback. Kaepernick became a polarizing figure after taking a knee during the national anthem in protest of police brutality against minorities, and his supporters believe that he was blacklisted from the league due to his political views.
But Nike decided to make Kaepernick the face of its “Just Do It” campaign, one that generated controversy and led to some boycotts from conservatives.
That has not been enough to hurt the company, and in fact Nike’s stock has seen a sharp rise since the Kaepernick campaign started.
Hailey Baldwin and Justin Bieber’s engagement came as something of a surprise, which caused some to speculate whether the couple was planning a “shotgun wedding” because Hailey was pregnant.
“Justin is amazing with kids and can’t wait to be a dad,” an article in In Touch Weekly, which also alleges that Baldwin is currently carrying Bieber’s child.
But celebrity rumor watchdog Gossip Cop has checked out the story and they report that all articles which assert that the model/television personality is expecting are false.
As Gossip Cop notes, the article in In Touch is basing its premise on the fact the Bieber was recently seen picking up a marriage license and that he and Baldwin recently went to a medical appointment.
But, their investigations revealed that the appointment was for Bieber and was related to his eye health.
It’s difficult to pinpoint exactly where the Bill Cosby case went from another celebrity trial to one of the largest scandals of the decade.
As one of the catalysts for “MeToo,” the case has dipped in and out of the public eye over the past few years. For many, the development from accusations, to arrest and trial is a great success. Many women don’t see their assailants come to justice, yet a prominent celebrity has been found guilty. Supporters of the movement hope that the Cosby case will shed light on sexual assault and its prevalence in Hollywood.
As Cosby’s sentencing draws near, many are wondering what the outcome will be. His fate lies in the hands of Judge Steven T. O’Neill, and his ruling has the power to put Cosby in a jail cell — possibly for the rest of his life. Cosby could also be designated a “sexually violent predator,” a title that holds much weight.
An Army National Guardsman who had been helping disaster victims for ten days returned to a different disaster at his home, according to KPTV.
Luis Ocampo, 24, was away helping those impacted by Hurricane Florence along North Carolina’s coast for more than a week, but when he returned to his Charlotte home after his service, he found it had been ransacked by robbers.
Ocampo shares the home with his girlfriend, Kailey Finch, and one-year-old son, reports WSOCTV. The robbery took place on Thursday night when Finch was not at home. A shocked Finch said she could not understand why anyone would rob their house.
“I don’t know how people can be so terrible,” she said.
A student editor who retweeted the seemingly innocent question, “Is it a crime to say women don’t have penises?” Has had his world turned upside down.
The Daily Mail reports that Angelos Sofocleous, who is a student at a prestigious British university, retweeted an article by the political magazine The Spectator with the headline, “Is it a crime to say women don’t have penises?”
The 24-year-old from Cyprus also added the kicker, “RT if women don’t have penises.”
The postgraduate philosophy and psychology student who was an assistant editor at Durham University’s philosophy journal Critique at the time of the tweet was ill-prepared for the barrage of abuse that would answer his light-hearted social media antics.
Fellow students formed a line to brand the tweet as “transphobic” and demanded justice.
Four tiger sharks were recently killed off the coast of North Queensland, about one week after the hospitalization of a 46-year-old woman and a 12-year-old girl due to separate shark mauling incidents at a Great Barrier Reef tourist location.
According to ABC News Australia, the sharks captured in drumlines and killed earlier in the week included one that measured 12 feet (3.7 meters) in length, making it the largest of the four that were deemed a “serious threat” to people swimming in the area. A Queensland Fisheries representative was not able to confirm if the sharks were responsible for last week’s attacks on 46-year-old Justine Barwick and 12-year-old Hannah Papps in the Whitsunday Islands.
“This shark, like the others, would pose a serious threat to people swimming in the Cid Harbour waters,” the spokesman said, referring to the 12-foot-long tiger shark.
“The intention is to remove large, dangerous sharks from the area and reduce the risk to people.”
Tammie Hedges decided to stay in her North Carolina home as Hurricane Florence passed through, but couldn’t bear to see her neighborhood pets go through the same.
So the Wayne Count resident took in more than two dozen animals — 17 cats and 10 dogs — for pet owners who were unable to take the animals with them as they evacuated. Now, Hedges has been arrested for her act of kindness.
As the USA Today noted, Hedges owns an animal rescue center called Crazy’s Claws N Paws and has been working to convert a warehouse into a proper animal shelter. Though the center has not yet met the requirements to legally serve as an animal shelter, Hedges figured it was better than risking the animals being killed in the hurricane.
“Our mission was to save as many animals from the flood that we could,” Hedges told USA Today. “We went through Hurricane Matthew and it was horrible. There were many preventable deaths.”
The “Baby Trump” balloon that flew over London during Trump’s U.K. visit earlier this year turned up at a Florida rally to mark the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Maria, WPTV (West Palm Beach) is reporting.
On Saturday, an unknown number of protesters marked the anniversary of the devastating hurricane, and in particular its effects on Puerto Rico, with at a rally in southeastern Florida. Attendees at first drove their cars in circles around Donald Trump’s nearby Mar-a-Lago resort, waving Puerto Rican flags and honking their horns (Donald Trump was not there at the time). From there, they drove to a nearby park for a rally, where they were greeted by the balloon.
The rally was intended to highlight the Trump administration’s failures in its response to Hurricane Maria. The devastating storm knocked out power to the entire island, and some places were without electricity for months afterwards.
Four Michigan residents – three men and one woman – are behind bars after police uncovered an alleged plot by the four to kidnap, rape, torture and kill a child, USA Today is reporting. The four did not have a specific target in mind, but instead allegedly planned to abduct a random child from a grocery store parking lot or county fair at an opportune time.
Matthew Toole, 32; his girlfriend, Talia Furman, 32; Jayme LaPointe, 19; and David Bailey, 37, are all being held on various charges after police uncovered the plot while investigating child pornography, says Detective Gerald Yott of the Michigan State Police Computer Crimes Unit.
“They committed acts on their own children and were making sexually abusive material. They were all sharing and exploiting their own children and other children.”