Recently sentenced former TV star Bill Cosby has escaped from a Philadelphia jail. He was convicted of drugging women and then molesting and raping them when they were passed out. This behavior from a guy who once called Eddie Murphy and told him to tone down his obscenity during his live acts.
It is purported that Cosby picked his handcuffs and shackles using a technique he learned during one of his many visits to the Playboy Mansion.
Cosby would pick the bedroom door locks of sleeping Playmates. Enter the room and knock them into deeper unconsciousness using a chloroform soaked cloth. What he did after that is anybody’s guess.
After Cosby discarded his shackles and cuffs he escaped down a sewer tunnel in the jail. His whereabouts are currently unknown, but he was fleetingly spotted emerging from a manhole in west central Philly.
The police are having a hard time tracking the famous fugitive as their tracker hounds are disoriented by the cornucopia of rancid smells in the sewers.
Her handler says Sombra is friendly to children but unforgiving in her search for drugs
A dog in Colombia which has sniffed out a record amount of drugs in her career with the counter-narcotics police force has been moved to ensure her safety.
Intelligence sources said the Urabeños drugs gang had put a 200m-peso ($70,000; £53,000) price on the German shepherd’s head after she found almost 10 tonnes of the gang’s cocaine.
The Urabeños is considered Colombia’s most powerful criminal organisation.
Sombra (Shadow) was moved from the gang’s heartland to Bogotá airport.
Six-year-old Sombra had been deployed in ports on the Atlantic coast including Turbo, a town from which tonnes of cocaine are shipped by speedboat and sometimes by submarine to Central American and on to the United States.
Sombra sniffed out 5.3 tonnes of cocaine in Turbo and recently found another four tonnes stashed in car parts meant for export.
Sombra has taken part in more than 300 operations with the counter-narcotics police
Much of the drug trafficking is controlled by the Urabeños, a gang which is also known as the Úsuga clan or Gulf clan.
The gang’s boss, Dairo Antonio Úsuga also known as Otoniel, is one of Colombia’s most wanted men.
It is not unusual for the Urabeños to offer money to get rid of those standing in their way.
In 2012, police found leaflets signed by the gang offering $500 (£380) to anyone who killed a police officer.
The vastly bigger sum the Urabeños are offering for the killing of Shadow is indicative of the financial losses her sensitive nose has caused them.
Counter-narcotics police officers said Shadow was being well guarded by her handler and other officers, but that for the time being she would be safer on duty at El Dorado airport in the capital.
Sombra has been with the counter-narcotics police force since she was a puppy and is credited with sniffing out drugs leading to the arrest of 245 suspects.
Winnipeg Crime Statistics. Winnipeg Police Service.
“Foreign object” is a professional wrestling term for an object introduced into the match. Foreign objects are often used to give the bearer an unfair advantage. According to the supposed rules of professional wrestling, if a foreign object is used inside the ring on another wrestler in the presence of a referee, the user would be immediately disqualified. However, it is to note that forcing the opponent into parts of a ring (such as the turnbuckles) or the surrounding areas (such as the announce tables) is not illegal. Thus, while picking up the steel steps leading to the ring and using it on an opponent is illegal, ramming an opponent against the steps while the steps are on the floor is not.
Here the steps have been brought into the ring. This is illegal and the perpetrator should be disqualified. However, there is a distinct possibility that the referee has himself been beaten unconscious at this point.
A baseball bat wrapped in barbed wire. Does the Walking Dead come to mind?
A sledgehammer, this psycho means business. Should be instant disqualification, but then again the ref has likely been beaten senseless.
There goes what may have been a perfectly good guitar. El Kabong!
Barbecue sauce? It may be ‘Turbo Hot Texas Dante Red Hot Pepper’ sauce.
The chair is one of the most popular foreign objects. Many a referee has had their melon slapped hard with a chair.
How to counter a chair? Get a chainsaw!!
The electricians and painters have to remember to put their ladders away!
Featured Match: Jeff Jarrett vs. Chyna, Intercontinental Championship. “The Good Housekeeping Match,” No Mercy 1999. On a night where The Hardy Boyz and Edge & Christian set new standards for ladder matches in WWF, Jarrett and Chyna set new lows for gender-equality and hardcore wrestling in their match-up for the Intercontinental Championship. On Jarrett’s last night with WWF, he and Chyna faced each other in a hardcore match where any household object (because according to Jarrett “women belong in the home”) could be used: a toaster, coffee maker, tongs, ironing board, pots and pans, as well as flour, eggs, a fish filet, and a cake and pie. And, of course, the kitchen sink. It was a literal mess.
This was the only Presidential Debate that Trump won:
Two South Florida men are among four people named Wednesday in arrest warrants related to an online website, Mugshots.com, which posts arrest records and booking photographs – and takes them down only for a fee.
Ever since the fall of 2013, Jesse T., of Sonoma County, Calif., has found it nearly impossible to land a job. He’s applied for construction, manufacturing, and electrical positions, with no luck. After nearly a year of unreturned calls and emails, his friend alerted him to a troubling Web page.
Was Jesse in prison, his friend asked, according to an arrest warrant, which did not give Jesse’s last name. When Jesse searched his own name in Google, the first result was a post on Mugshots.com, a website that mines publicly available arrest records from across the country. It indicated that Jesse had been arrested, and included his full name, address and the reason for his detention.
Thomas Keesee; Sahar SaridPhoto: California Attorney General’s Office
They made profits from mug shots, but isn’t it ironic that the owners of Mugshots.com could end up on their own site?
On Wednesday, Sahar Sarid, Thomas Keesee and Kishore Vidya Bhavnanie—three out of four alleged owners of Mugshots.com—were arrested and charged with extortion, money laundering and identity theft, according to the Washington Post. The infamous website harvested people’s mug shots and charged them exorbitant fees to have the photos removed.
The removal fees for the site range from $399 and up. And over the last several years, many people have filed lawsuits against the site, citing embarrassment and saying that just because a booking photo was taken doesn’t mean that a person has been prosecuted for a crime. But the embarrassment of having someone Google your name and your mug shot pops up has lasting effects.
“Once subjects request that their booking photos be removed, they are routed to a secondary website called Unpublisharrest.com and charged a ‘de-publishing’ fee to have the content removed. Mugshots.com does not remove criminal record information until a subject pays the fee,” California Attorney General Xavier Becerra said.
“This pay-for-removal scheme attempts to profit off of someone else’s humiliation,” said Becerra. “Those who can’t afford to pay into this scheme to have their information removed pay the price when they look for a job, housing, or try to build relationships with others. This is exploitation, plain and simple.”
Earlier this year, Peter Gabiola filed a lawsuit against Mugshots.com after he was fired an hour after starting a new job because his new boss Googled his name and saw his photo on the site.
In total, Becerra says, the owners of the site have been paid more than $2 million in removal fees. Talk about making a profit off of someone else’s bad fortune.
I bet these guys didn’t pay.
Winnipeg Police Service Media Release
For Immediate Release
On May 8, 2018, at approximately 8:45 p.m., members of the Winnipeg Police Service responded to the report of a robbery at a beer vendor in the 1100 block of St. Mary’s Road.
A young male had entered the vendor while another young male waited outside. The male inside the vendor grabbed a case of beer and fled after being asked for ID.
A manager, who had observed the suspicious behaviour, approached the two males and was threatened at knifepoint by each suspect before they fled with the alcohol. The employee then contacted police and helped direct police resources to the area where the suspects had last been seen.
With the assistance of AIR 1 and the Tactical Support Team, two males were placed under arrest in the first 100 block of Arden Place. Officers recovered the stolen beer, a knife and clothing that had been discarded.
A 12-year-old male of Winnipeg was arrested for:
– Possession of a Weapon
– Disguise with Intent
He has been released on a Promise to Appear.
A 13-year-old male of Winnipeg has been charged with:
– Possession of a Weapon
– Fail to Comply Condition Undertaking by Judge/Justice (x2)
He was detained in custody.