Police found a Florida man in a park near children with his pants unbuttoned after he allegedly announced on Snapchat that he had spotted “sexy boys” and was about to “choose” one.
Kristopher Martin Oswald II, 19, has been charged with conspiracy to commit sexual battery, police said. His bond has been set at $100,000. Police said additional charges are likely forthcoming, and that a preliminary search of his phone uncovered alleged images of child pornography.
The investigation into Oswald started Sunday after a Snapchat user called police to report that someone sent him child porn photos over the app, according to Spectrum News 13 in Orlando.
Police later determined Oswald sent the photos. He also allegedly told the Snapchat user that he tied up kids in the past to make them perform sexual acts on him and a dog.
Police located Oswald in his car at a park in Ocoee a day later, with
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Police in Florida found a woman who had been on the run for three years — after her boyfriend tried helping hide her legless body into a plastic storage container.
U.S. Marshals were tipped off that Krystle Lee Anderson, who had been wanted since 2015 for a shootout at a Burger King in Orange County, was staying at the home of her boyfriend John Robert Carr Jr. in Winter Haven. Polk County Sheriff’s Office deputies and U.S. Marshals visited Carr at his home Tuesday, and he told them Anderson wasn’t there, authorities said. But police saw him through a window putting Anderson, who lost her legs in the fast food shootout, in a plastic tote to hide her, authorities said.
Anderson, 39, was booked on charges of armed kidnapping, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon on a law enforcement officer, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and false imprisonment. These are the same charges she faced for the Burger King
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Two people were indicted this week for allegedly killing a man more than 17 years ago to collect a life insurance policy: His wife and his best friend, who ended up marrying each other.
Denise Williams was arrested Tuesday and charged for the December 2000 death of former husband Mike Williams. An indictment says she and her husband’s best friend Brian Winchester planned the murder for nine months and passed it off as an accident. Winchester also allegedly pulled the trigger, a grand jury found, according to the Tallahassee Democrat.
Williams pleaded not guilty to charges of first-degree murder, conspiracy to commit murder and accessory after the fact. She is being held without bond.
Winchester and Denise Williams have known each other since pre-school and married five years after Mike’s disappearance. Winchester is currently serving 20 years for kidnapping Denise Williams at gunpoint in 2016, after their marriage fell apart. Winchester said
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A fraternity chapter at the University of Central Florida has been suspended after two students were charged with sexually assaulting a woman at a party near campus.
Students David Anthony Kirk, a 20-year-old junior pre-marketing major, and Jack Ryan Smith, a 26-year-old sophomore pre-business major, were arrested Saturday and charged with sexual battery, FOX 35 reported. The two men are alleged to have sexually assaulted a woman at a party held in a house that “often is the venue to parties hosted by the Alpha Tao Omega fraternity,” a police report said
The alleged victim says that she passed out and woke up to Smith and Kirk sexually assaulting her. According to the police report, she remembered one of the men saying “my turn, my turn” before switching positions, the Orlando Sentinel reported. She later woke up alone in a bathroom, where she called her friends for help. The victim
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A Florida man accused his new bride of putting a voodoo curse on him and retaliated by stabbing her with a box cutter in a Babies R Us parking lot, police said.
George Hernandez, 53, allegedly attacked his wife Liliana Manante, 51, as the couple sat in a car outside the store in Lauderhill last Tuesday, according to NBC Miami. Police saw a pool of blood next to a car in the lot after the stabbing.
Police said Hernandez had accused his wife, whom he married in March, of “putting voodoo on him and having evil spirits,” according to an arrest report.
Manante fled the car and began running in the parking lot as Hernandez chased her, police said. He “straddled her on the ground as she was face down screaming for help” and kept stabbing her, the report said. The violence only stopped after witnesses intervened and police arrived.
Manante was stabbed
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A gunman walked up to the window of a Chinese food restaurant in Florida on Thursday and shot two sheriff’s deputies who were inside eating.
Sergeant Noel Ramirez, 29, and Deputy Sheriff Taylor Lindsey, 25, were shot to death inside the Ace China restaurant around 3:00 p.m. in Trenton — a small Florida city 50 miles west of Gainesville, according to the Gilchrist County sheriff’s office.
“A suspect walked up to the business and shot both deputies through the window,” the sheriff’s office said.
“Both our heroes had simply sat down to eat while on duty,” police said later. “There was no crime in progress, no disturbance. The suspect appears to have walked to the front of the business and shot both men without warning.”
Police identified the killer as John Hubert Highnote, 59, of Bell, Florida, another small town 10 miles north of Trenton. He was found nearby, dead of a
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Students at Forest High School in Ocala, Florida had a scary start to the day.
One student was injured in a school shooting on Friday morning. That student, a male, was transported to a nearby hospital for treatment, according to the Associated Press. He was shot in the ankle and his injuries are not life-threatening. He is 17 years old, according to the Ocala Star-Banner.
The suspected shooter is in custody and has yet to be identified. He is not believed to be a student according to the Ocala Star-Banner.
Friday marks the anniversary of 19th anniversary of the massacre at Columbine High School in Colorado, and students across the country walked out of class on Friday morning to protest gun violence. It is unclear if the shooting in Ocala coincided with any marches at the school.
Chris Oliver, a man whose 16-year-old son is a Forest student, relayed what his son
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He could hide from the cops, but he couldn’t hide from a kissing dog.
A Florida man who evaded police Tuesday after a high-speed chase got caught by a police dog who found him in a swamp and greeted him with kisses that were caught on camera.
The incident started when police spoke with Paul Daniel Smith, 34, while responding to a call about a domestic disturbance in a Spring Hill park. Police noticed the tag on Smith’s Ford F-150 pickup truck was stolen, according to the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office. When police attempted to arrest him, Smith allegedly battered a deputy and then fled with a handcuff on one wrist.
Smith kept driving after police spotted him on the highway, before pulling over and fleeing on foot. He attempted to hide in a swamp — but he was no match for Knox, the sheriff’s dog.
Body cam footage captured the moments that police found Smith submerged
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She blew it.
A Florida woman caught with cocaine in her purse told police that the wind must have blown it there — an explanation that failed to keep her from a felony charge.
Kennecia Posey, 26, was one of three passengers in a car pulled over in March by Fort Pierce police, according to a police report obtained by Oxygen. The car had been “swerving in the roadway and failing to maintain its lane,” the report said.
An oficer who approached the vehicle said he smelled marijuana. He found Posey setting in the front passenger seat with a purse in her lap.
Police searched the car and its four occupants, including Kennecia and her purse, the report says.
In the purse, police found “0.5 grams of cocaine in a small clear bag and 4.2 grams of marijuana in seperate small bags.”
Posey admitted to possessing weed, but not coke. She blamed that on the wind.
“I don’t know anything about any
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He’s his uncle and his father.
A McDonald’s cashier in Florida was arrested after DNA tests revealed that her brother fathered her son, who was born with severe medical problems, police said.
Police in Groveland say Pauline Elizabeth Martin, 33, and her brother have been in a romantic and sexual relationship for the last five years. They also live together.
Martin allegedly told the cops that she was considering ending the incestual relationship. Police interviewed her at McDonald’s on March 22. She allegedly admitted to police that she had sex with her brother only hours before, according to an arrest affidavit obtained by Oxygen.
“She said she was going to end her relationship with her brother because she knows it is wrong,” police wrote in their arrest report.
Despite her plans to stop the sibling sex, the two had created another family member.
In November 2017, Martin gave birth to the child with the medical problems, which police did
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