You can run from the cops, but not from your mom.
An Alabama teen led police on a chase down residential Birmingham streets in a stolen bus, slamming into two police cars during his gas-guzzling getaway. Hours later, his mom marched him to a precinct to turn himself in.
The trouble in the Magic City began at about 3:30 a.m. Sunday, when police responded to reports of people with guns in the neighborhood of Lakeview, and found the suspect and a fellow 15-year-old toting a BB gun and a paintball gun, Lt. Peter Williston of the Birmingham police told Oxygen.com.
Unable to contact family members of the kids, police took them to a juvenile detention facility to hold them. During intake, the speed-demon teen tore off from his minders around 6:30 a.m., and disappeared, police said.
About half an hour later, he jimmied his way into a bus belonging to the city’s Metro Area Express system,
Read more at: http://www.oxygen.com/crime-time/birmingham-alabama-teen-mom-chase-stolen-city-bus
The prime suspect in the disappearance and death of U.S. Army veteran, Chase Massner, has been caught.
According to Crime Online, authorities in Dekalb County caught Brad Clement in a grocery store parking lot yesterday in the pouring rain.
Clement was caught by a U-Haul van he reportedly rented under a fake name. When he failed to turn the truck in, the Fugitive Unit followed the lead. They apprehended the suspect barefoot.
Earlier this month, human remains were found behind the house shared by Massner and Clement. Massner went missing over three years ago.
Clement claimed he consoled Massner the night he disappeared, after the veteran had an argument with his wife. He denied any involvement in the disappearance, and claimed that somebody planted the body in the backyard. “I wasn’t there half the time! Everybody f******* knew that I had the whole house to myself and f****** all the media and everything was all on me
Read more at: http://www.oxygen.com/blogs/prime-suspect-arrested-in-connection-to-disappearance-of-veteran-chase-massner
The Stanley woman found guilty of murdering her husband and burning his dismembered body in 2012 will be featured on Oxygen Network’s true crime television series “Snapped,” on Sunday, Aug. 24, at 9 p.m.
The Stanley woman found guilty in October 2013 of murdering her husband and burning his dismembered body in 2012 will be featured on Oxygen Network’s true crime television series “Snapped,” on Sunday, Aug. 24, at 9 p.m.
Previews of the show promise to reveal “dark and disturbing secrets” — events that began with the June 2012 disappearance of Rose Chase’s husband, 31-year-old Adam Chase, and led to Rose’s arrest and ultimate conviction in October 2013.
Now in its 13th season, “Snapped” features non-fiction narratives of women who have committed murder or attempted murder — usually of their husbands. Edited in a documentary style, the voice-over narration by reporter Sharon Martin will be mixed with interviews with people who
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Portions of investigators’ interview with Rose Chase, the Ontario County woman charged with the alleged killing of her husband, Adam Chase.
The Ontario County woman who killed her husband, dismembered and destroyed his body and lied about his whereabouts for months was featured on a television show Sunday.
The story of how Rose Chase, 32, killed her husband Adam in 2012, was featured on the hour-long crime show Snapped at 9 p.m. Sunday on the Oxygen network (channel 75.)
Rose Chase Read more at: https://www.democratandchronicle.com/story/news/2014/08/19/snapped-rose-chase/14276673/