Police released the horrifying 911 audio from a Georgia mother who investigators claim placed her two young boys in the oven and turned it on, resulting in them roasting to death, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.
Lamora Williams, who is charged with two counts of murder in the deaths of her 1- and 2-year-old boys, can be heard in the recording telling the dispatcher that she doesn’t want to go to jail and that she is not to blame for the boys’ deaths.
In the call, placed at about 11:30 pm on Friday, Williams, 24, says that she left her three sons with a cousin who then left the children alone at an Atlanta apartment.
“This is so serious; I’m so scared,” Williams says. “I don’t want to get locked up because I was at work.”
She later repeats herself.
“This is not my fault; I just came home from work,” she says.
A Pennsylvania father allegedly shot his daughter’s boyfriend in the groin after he found the two at a Motel 6 on Sunday.
Donald Jenkins, 40, of Shenandoah now faces attempted homicide and aggravated assault charges, according to Fox4.
Housekeeper Lisa Mowery was cleaning a room next door when she heard a gunshot. She then gave towels to the victim to stop the bleeding.“I was scared, you know, I was scared to death,” Mowery told WNEP. “I just stayed in the room because I didn’t know if he was going to shoot us.”
Jenkins allegedly shot his 20-year-old daughter’s boyfriend in the groin and upper leg. Mowery said she gave the victim towels to help stop the bleeding. He is now recovering in a hospital.
“I didn’t even know what to do,” Mowery said. “I was like all upset, you know. I mean, I was scared.”
A woman is speaking out after her husband’s love of energy drinks allegedly came close to destroying his life. As Yahoo! shares, a woman named Brianna shares that her husband, Austin, had a brain hemorrhage that left a hole in his skull. She learned of this devastation as she was preparing to give birth to their first child.
“Being pregnant is supposed to be one of the most amazing journeys you will ever embark on,” Brianna wrote on Facebook (in a post that has since been removed). “You’re creating a new life. You are experiencing unconditional love for someone you have not even met. Austin and I were so excited to meet our little boy. To bring him home. To be a family.”
She was told that Austin had an accident and had to go to the hospital and later found out that it was tied to
BATESVILLE, MS — First responders to the scene where Mississippi teenager Jessica Chambers was found with burns on 93 percent of her body said in court Wednesday morning she was “mentally in shock,” “in a trance,” and that she “looked like a zombie” when she told them a man named Eric set her on fire. Yet prosecutors began making their case Wednesday as to why 29-year-old Quinton Tellis—and not a man named Eric—is responsible for Chambers’ horrific murder. Tellis has pleaded not guilty.
On the second day of trial in the small Mississippi courthouse jurors heard from a parade of first responders, many of whom were the last people to speak with Chambers before she fell unconscious on Dec. 6, 2014.
Those who spoke to her at the scene of the crime in Courtland testified she said “Eric set me on fire,” and prosecutors worked to combat these reports, asking the first
A Frenchman was arrested just minutes after landing in the United States for a beard competition. Police suspect he is a “dark web” drug dealer known as “OxyMonster.”
Federal authorities were waiting for Gal Vallerius at Atlanta International Airport before the bearded man even landed. He was gearing up for his first trip to America, to compete in the 2017 World Beard and Moustache Championships in Austin. He was registered to compete in the “full beard 30.1-45cm” category, according to the Guardian.
According to court documents, Vallerius’ laptop was searched following his apprehension. Police found a Tor browser to access the “dark web,” and links to the “OxyMonster” accounts on a black market site. “OxyMonster” allegedly sold OxyContin and Ritalin on the site, with “60 prior sales and five star reviews from buyers.” The profile indicated he shipped the prescription drugs from France to “anywhere in Europe.”
The mother of an 8-year-old boy from Claremont, New Hampshire, posted a devastating message on Facebook before deleting it.
“So my son is being flown to Dartmouth after a 14-year-old kid decided to hang him from a tree. I don’t care if this was a so called accident or not. My son almost died because of some little s*** teenage kids,” Cassandra Merlin wrote on Facebook, alongside a photograph of her son’s injuries.
Her unidentified 8-year-old was treated for his injuries in the hospital, according to The Root.
“I just want to put this out there, my only intentions of making Quincys story public is show this country that racism does in fact still exist. That it is still so alive that our children are living in a world of hate. Being exposed to all types of hatred. It truly saddens me that even in a city
A man who reported his new wife missing at sea after they went sailing on their honeymoon was arrested on charges that he stole as much as $100,000 in coins several years prior, while he was a first mate on a Caribbean ship, The Palm Beach Post reported.
Lewis Bennett and his wife, Isabella Hellman, were on a honeymoon sail in the early morning on May 15 when their catamaran apparently struck an object and began taking on water. Bennett woke up and found that Hellman, 41, was gone, he told authorities after he was rescued.
Bennett asked the Coast Guard for a “letter of presumed death” within the day, even as investigators continued to search for Hellmann’s body for four days.
Police have not accused Bennett of foul play. But the Coast Guard and the FBI are continuing to conduct a missing person investigation, the Palm Beach Post reported.
Dr. Aimee Palmitessa, 45, was arrested Friday following allegations that she had sex with a 16-year-old student at The Brentwood School, where she teaches science. She was placed on administrative leave following her arrest.
A statement on The Brentwood School’s Facebook page said, “We were shocked and distressed to receive the news of these allegations. As always, our primary concern is the safety, health, and well-being of our students. To that end, we will do everything we can to cooperate with the official police investigation.”
The school opened in 1972 and is one of the state’s highest-ranked schools, as well one of its most expensive, according to The Los Angeles Times. Tuitions at the kindergarten through 12th grade school range from
A Louisiana man is under arrest after allegedly putting into place a bizarre plan to kidnap and torture his wife, with whom he was locked in a bitter divorce battle.
Court filings attained by the Acadiana Advocate, claim Lawrence Michael Handley hired two known criminals who abducted his estranged wife, stripped her naked in the back of a van, tortured her and threatened to rape and murder her. The kidnappers later drowned in a canal after running into the swamps to evade police capture.
Two gunmen burst into the home the victim used to share with Handley on the afternoon of Sunday, August 6. They handcuffed two adults and a juvenile, taking Handley’s wife away after putting a black bag over her head and putting her in the back of a white van.
After being abducted, the victim claims she was “stripped, tortured and abused.” Her kidnappers threatened to rape