A 20-year-old man from Baton Rouge allegedly attacked his girlfriend with a medieval sword while high on 8 hits of acid before resisting arrest.
Troy Seals was booked Saturday on aggravated second-degree battery of a domestic partner in addition to the battery of a police officer, according to The Advocate.
It seemingly began with a “Netflix and chill” gone, well, really bad. Seals’s girlfriend told police that they were watching Netflix while smoking weed on Saturday afternoon. At some point, Seals allegedly decided to escalate the activities by consuming 8 hits of acid, an affidavit says. Not long after ingesting LSD, the woman claimed Seals began “being anti-Semitic and making white supremacy remarks.”
Soon, it got physical. Seals allegedly began punching his girlfriend in the face. According to the affidavit, Seals then allegedly attacked her with a medieval sword. The girlfriend suffered contusions on her limbs and a fractured forearm.
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A man has been arrested in connection with the murder of 19-year-old Natalie Bollinger who was reported missing by her boyfriend in December and was found dead a day later in a wooded area not far from a dirt road in Adams County, Colorado.
Joseph Michael Lopez, 22, was arrested earlier this month and booked on suspicion of first-degree murder. He claims that Bollinger hired him to kill her. According to court records, Bollinger put up a Craigslist ad titled “I want to put a hit on myself.” Lopez said he answered that ad.
According to those court records, Lopez told police that he and Bollinger talked over text before he picked her up at her apartment, not far from Denver. Lopez claimed he tried to change the teen’s mind, CBS News reports. Bollinger allegedly provided the gun — a Glock 9mm pistol — used in her death. Her boyfriend
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A Toledo pastor, his wife and daughter are accused of an alleged robbery that occurred at St. Paul’s AME Zion Church in Toledo, Ohio over the weekend.
The Toledo Blade newspaper reports Pastor Anthony Morris, 49, along with his wife Zelda Morris, 46, and 19 year-old daughter Kamali Morris are charged with aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon which is a first degree felony.
The victim, Nickema Turner, 39, of Maumee was said to have been teaching Sunday school at the church, when Kamali grabbed her by the hair, and began attacking her. According to The Blade, police say Zelda then began punching Turner and Pastor Morris pushed her to the ground.
Prescription bottles, a taser and a cellphone were allegedly stolen from Nickema Turner’s purse during the attack. Pastor Morris, according to police, also threatened to kill Turner.
According to the Daily Mail, police quoted Zelda Morris as
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A man already charged in the murder of a couple found buried in a shallow grave in September has just been indicted for the murder of another body found buried under a vacant home in Fort Worth, Texas.
On Thursday, a grand jury indicted Hector “Cholo” Acosta, 28, and his alleged accomplice Felipe Eduardo Ortiz, 29, on capital murder charges in connection with the body found under the home, the Star-Telegram reports. That body was Triston Ray Algiene, 34, who had been missing since July. His body was discovered in October, cut in half before being shoved under a repair patch in the vacant home’s foundation.
Just one month before Algiene’s body was found, Acosta was indicted on the capital murder charge of Erick “Diablo” Zelaya and Zelaya’s girlfriend, Iris Chirinos, who was only 17 years old.
The severed head of Zelaya was discovered on a walking trail. Near the head,
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A high school teacher from Burleson County Texas, who is married to the school’s football coach, is accused of having an improper relationship with a 15-year-old student. KBTX reports that early this month the school contacted the Sheriff’s office after the allegations came to light.
Jamie Goforth, 37, allegedly sexually abused a 15-year-old male student starting back in October. She turned herself in on Sunday and has been charged with an improper relationship between educator and student. According to KBTX , she’s being held on a $10,000 bond. It’s unclear if she has a lawyer who can speak on her behalf at this time. Before turning herself in, it appears that she might have tried to skip town.
The school (Caldwell ISD) put out the following statement: “Many in our school community have heard of the arrest of Caldwell High School teacher Jamie Goforth. The incident is being addressed
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Last week, the body of a man who went missing a year ago was found encased in concrete and buried in the backyard of his own home. Carl Spencer, 27, of Hartville, Ohio, was arraigned on Monday for the murder of the victim, his 25-year-old roommate Nicholas Stein. According to charging documents, prosecutors believe that Spencer (pictured) pushed Stein down a flight of stairs after a love triangle turned deadly.
According to People, Stein’s remains were found in a plastic container inside the concrete, buried six feet under. Cadaver dogs assisted in the search.
The Akron Beacon Journal reported that Spencer’s lawyer, Derek Lowry, said Spencer will be pleading not guilty. The lawyer declined to make any additional comments on the case. The Associated Press reported that Spencer was jailed on $5 million bond.
Kristen Lain, 28, reported Stein missing last year. She,
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“Counter-Strike” co-creator Jess Cliffe was arrested last week in Seattle for allegedly paying a minor to have sex with him and for recording the incident against the victim’s will.
The incident happened in 2017, according to KIRO7, when Cliffe allegedly met up with a girl he talked to on SeekingArrangement.com. That website promises to deliver “a new way for relationships to form and grow. Sugar Babies and Sugar Daddies or Mommas both get what they want, when they want it.”
The alleged victim is 16. According to Tech Spot, police records accuse Cliffe of paying her $300 an hour for three different meetings. She said that during their third and final meeting, Cliffe allegedly filmed the encounter without her consent. According to Tech Spot, Cliffe did not post the video upon the teen’s request.
The teen told police she used the website to “meet with men who offered to pay her
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A driver is being charged in the intentional death of two young newlyweds in love. According to the Idaho Statesman, 22-year-old Matthew Parkison and 17-year-old Amelia Parkinson were walking hand-in-hand on a sidewalk in Fruitland, Idaho on June 24. At about 3 p.m., a car veered off of U.S. 95 and hit the couple.
They died at the scene.
The driver was 37-year-old Jason L. Verwer, a local man. As KTVB 7 reports, the suspect was charged with two counts of second-degree murder. The prosecution said that there’s no indication that the suspect knew the victims.
An autopsy was done and according to the pathologist, the cause of death was lethal traumatic blunt force. The pair was visibly in love. Shared the Payette County coroner sadly, “She was wearing a shirt that said, ‘I love you to the moon and back.'” He added, emphasizing their young life cut too short: “Just the thought of those innocent young lives walking
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A suspected serial killer is accused of murdering nine people in just three weeks, including his own mother and stepfather. Cleophus Cooksey Jr., of Phoenix, Arizona, was originally arrested for shooting his parents, 56-year-old Rene Cooksey and 54-year-old Edward Nunn, in their home on December 17.
“Our detectives didn’t stop there, they kept digging,” Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams said during a Thursday press conference, according to the New York Daily News.
Now, police have tied him to an additional seven murders, all of which are believed to have taken place between November 27 and December 17 in the Phoenix area. All were shot, reported NBC News.
Police were able to link Cooksey, 35, to the victims through the gun he used. Because the killings did not follow any discernible modus operandi, police did not realize that they had a serial killer on their hands until they arrested Cooksey for
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Three men have been arrested in connection with the heinous murder of a couple who police say were executed in their own home, located inside a Houston-area gated community.
Khari Kendrick, 23, Aakiel Kendrick, 21, and Erick Peralta, 20, were arraigned on Thursday. According to the Houston Chronicle, they are all being held without bail. Khari allegedly confessed to the murders, implicating his two friends in the double-murder.
All have been charged with capital murder for the death of Bao and Jenny Lam, both 61. They are currently being detained on no bond. It is unclear if they have made additional statements at this time.
The couple were bound by their hands and feet and shot to death last week. The Harris County Sheriff’s Office stated that the Lams “were ambushed by suspects as they parked their car in the garage.” The suspects
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