Category Archives: Crime

Texas Operator In 911 Hang-Ups Sentenced

(Houston, TX) – The trial of a former Houston 911 operator is over with a jury finding Crenshanda Williams guilty of misdemeanor interference with emergency telephone calls.Crenshanda Williams_1476226857953_8179432_ver1.0_1280_720Prosecutors say the 44-year-old hung up on hundreds of callers during her year and a half with the agency. She was sentenced Wednesday to serve ten days in jail and 18 months on probation.


Man Who Claims To Be Alex Rodriguez’s Nephew Held For Ransom

(New York, NY) – A man who has long claimed to be the nephew of former Yankee Alex Rodriguez is okay after being held for ransom this week in New York.
Cops say 29-year-old Norberto Susini was briefly held against his will by prospective buyers of a Lamborghini after the deal went bad inside his Times Square hotel room.
The two men allegedly demanded their 35-thousand-dollar deposit back, and when Susini refused, they attempted to get money from his business partners, who then called police. The two men Lamin Vucetovic, 33, and Anthony Gilkes, 30, were arrested after surrendering to police. As for Susini’s relationship to A-Rod, a source with knowledge of the matter tells “USA Today” there is no actual familial relationship.
 Susini told police he’s A-Rod’s nephew, but a spokesman for the former Yankee said Susino is the son of Rodriguez’s half-brother Joe’s late girlfriend.“This guy is 100-percent not Alex’s relative,” a spokesman for A-Rod said.
According to the Miami-Dade Clerk’s office, in 2014, Susini was charged with three counts of dealing in stolen property and one count of organized fraud, The disposition is listed as “no action,” denoting that the prosecutor declined to press charges.
In January 2018, Susini was charged with another third-degree felony for grand theft of a vehicle. That case was also marked as no action.
Reportedly, there is an open case against him. Susini is due in court later this month on a third degree felony charge for grand theft of a vehicle

Stormy Daniels’ Attorney Thinks Michael Cohen Is ‘Radioactive’

(New York, NY) – The lawyer for porn star Stormy Daniels strongly believes that within the next 90 days, an indictment will be unsealed against Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen for a host of serious offenses.

On CNN’s “State of the Union,” Michael Avenatti says Cohen is radioactive and the investigation won’t end well. Avenatti believes this is going to be a significant domino effect, as Cohen could be indicted for bank and wire fraud along with campaign finance violations. Cohen’s office was raided last week by the FBI reportedly in connection to payments made to Daniels.

According to Avenatti, Daniels will be in court with Cohen on Monday afternoon in New York. This is to send the message that this is a very serious matter for her and she wants to make sure the American people know she’s behind efforts to bring to light as much information and documents as possible. Avenatti said Daniels wants to ensure that she’s heard and represented at the hearing and this has nothing to do with getting into Cohen’s head at all.

Trump Asks Judge To Block Feds From Reviewing Cohen Raid Documents

(Washington, DC) – President Trump’s lawyers are going before a judge to try to block federal prosecutors from reviewing documents seized in a raid on his lawyer’s office.

The lawyers posited that the Justice Department can’t fairly evaluate the materials seized from Michael Cohen’s office and home.

In a letter to the judge, the lawyers asked that Trump and Cohen be allowed to identify privileged communications before a extensive review.

Reports: FBI Seized Recordings In Cohen Raid

(Washington, DC) – FBI agents reportedly have recordings between President Trump’s attorney and two women who claim they had affairs with Trump.

Both CNN and ABC News are citing sources as saying the recordings were part of the property seized during raids on the offices of attorney Michael Cohen. Cohen is reportedly being investigated for bank fraud, wire fraud, and possible campaign finance violations.

Porn star Stormy Daniels claims she had a one-night stand with Trump, while Playboy model Karen McDougal claims she was having an affair for months.

Florida Woman Charged With Setting Boyfriend On Fire

(Altamonte Springs, FL) – A Florida woman is facing an attempted murder charge after allegedly setting her ex-boyfriend on fire during Easter dinner. Investigators say Shivon Perez invited the victim over to her Altamonte Springs apartment, and while waiting to eat, she asked him to fix a leaking pipe under the sink.

While he was down on the ground, detectives say she poured an accelerant on him and set him on fire with a blow torch. According to police, Perez had placed boards over all the window’s in the one-bedroom apartment. She had told Atkins it was to keep the light out.

She locked the doors so he couldn’t leave, and he suffered severe burns on his chest, neck, face, arm and hand. Atkins reportedly was able to push past Perez and barely escaped.

Perez was arrested after treatment at a hospital for smoke inhalation. Investigators think it might have been an attempted murder-suicide.

Trial To Begin For Man Charged In 2012 Killing

(Lancaster, CA) – Trial is scheduled to begin Tuesday at the AV Courthouse for the defendant accused of killing a 21-year-old Lancaster man during a street brawl. Cedric Burton Jr. pleaded not guilty to murder charges. Prosecutors say the 32-year-old Burton walked through the crowd and shot Brandy Houston in November 2012.

The incident occurred during a domestic dispute between Houston and his live-in girlfriend. Burton was arrested in May 2016 while entering the Lancaster courthouse on an unrelated case. He could face the death penalty if he’s found guilty.

Burton also faces special circumstance allegations of lying in wait as well as gun and gang allegations. Prosecutors convicted three other men involved in the brawl of second-degree murder. All were sentenced in 2014 to potential life sentences.

Ex-TCU QB Trevone Boykin Arrested For Aggravated Assault

(Mansfield, TX) – (AP) Former TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin was arrested Wednesday at his North Texas home and charged with aggravated assault after his girlfriend accused him of beating her severely at his home. Boykin was arrested at his Mansfield, Texas, home after Mansfield police reviewed footage of a March 21 incident captured by Boykin’s security video system, according to a police statement.He’s been booked into the Mansfield city jail and remains without bond, pending arraignment.
The Seattle Seahawks released Boykin from its practice squad Tuesday after WFAA-TV in Dallas posted an interview with Boykin’s girlfriend in which she alleged he broke her jaw. Boykin, 24, has denied the allegations, and his agent Drew Pittman told the station the allegations are false. Calls to Pittman by The Associated Press went unanswered Wednesday.
The assault allegation is the latest off-field issue for Boykin,who has spent his NFL career with Seattle.He was arrested in Dallas last year when a vehicle he was a passenger in hit several people on a sidewalk. He fled the scene on foot but was later arrested on misdemeanor charges of public intoxication and possession of marijuana.In 2015, Boykin was arrested for assaulting a police officer and public intoxication shortly before the Alamo Bowl in San Antonio during his senior season at TCU. Boykin, who was the team’s quarterback, was suspended for the bowl game.

Parkland Suspect Getting Fan Mail

(Fort Lauderdale, FL) – Accused Parkland, Florida mass murderer Nikolas Cruz is getting a lot of fan mail at the Broward County Jail. Some of it includes love letters complete with suggestive pictures.

Facebook communities have also popped up for people to talk about how they can help the man accused of gunning down 17 people February 14th at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Cruz has reportedly received at least 800-dollars for his prison commissary account.

A few of the notes are religious in nature with concern for Cruz’s soul. Cruz hasn’t seen any of the sexually-charged photos as it is against jail policy.

Accused School Shooter’s Brother Returning To Court While He Receives Fan Mail

(Fort Lauderdale, FL) — The brother of the accused Parkland, Florida high school shooter is due back in court today. Zachary Cruz was arrested on March 19th for trespassing after Broward County Sheriff’s deputies found him skateboarding on the same campus where Nikolas Cruz is accused of murdering 17 people.

Zachary’s attorney will be seeking to reduce his bond, which was increased from the original 25-dollars to 500-thousand-dollars. If convicted of trespassing, Cruz faces up to 60 days in jail and a fine of 500-dollars.

Meanwhile Nikolas, reportedly, is getting a lot of fan mail at the Broward County Jail. Some of it includes love letters complete with suggestive pictures. Facebook communities have also popped up for people to talk about how they can help the man accused of gunning down 17 people