As previously reported, the mass shooting suspect, 19-year-old former student Nikolas Cruz, has been charged with 17 counts of murder for gunning down 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. As details surface about the former student’s mental and behavioral problems, Trump took to Twitter to blame the FBI for ignoring warning signs that may have prevented the incident.
“Very sad that the FBI missed all of the many signals sent out by the Florida school shooter. This is not acceptable. They are spending too much time trying to prove Russian collusion with the Trump campaign – there is no collusion. Get back to the basics and make us all proud!” he tweeted on February 17.
Very sad that the FBI missed all of the many signals
A bitter boyfriend from Auburndale, Florida is accused of setting his girlfriend’s family home ablaze and then pointing the finger at a “random black guy” for the fiery mess. Jose Bernando Rosas Madrigal, 19, was arrested Saturday for allegedly dousing his girlfriend’s home and its yard in a flammable liquid. According to WFLA, he even allegedly drew a heart with the liquid outside his girlfriend’s bedroom.
Then, he lit it up. Inside the home: the girlfriend and her family.
“It’s by the grace of God that we don’t have three people burned up in a house fire,” Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd told WFLA.
The girlfriend’s father also thanked God.
James Scott told The Daily Beast, “I thank God because God was on our side. If it would have gone 5 or 10 minutes more, the car would have blew up. My house would have been on fire. He could have
A registered sex offender has been charged with sexually assaulting an 11-year-old girl in a Missouri hospital.
Fifty-seven-year-old Dave Saffeels was charged Saturday with nine felonies, according to CBS News. He also allegedly molested a 2-year-old girl. The two girls were allegedly victimized within a one-month time span.
The Springfield News-Leader reports that Saffeels is currently jailed on $500,000 bond. The probable cause statement says the older girl was repeatedly assaulted in August in a patient room of Cox South Hospital. The 11-year-old was visiting the hospital to see a woman who just had twins, and somehow she and Saffeels ended up in a room alone together.
Cox spokeswoman Kaitlyn McConnell said the hospital was not aware of the allegations at the time.
“We are fully cooperating with the Springfield Police Department and are taking this matter seriously,” McConnell said.
A few weeks later, Saffeels allegedly raped the girl at her home while she
Matthew James Phelps, 29, called police last week stating that he had a dream and woke up to his brutally murdered wife, according to the Raleigh News Observer. Lauren Ashley-Nicole Phelps, 29, was found fatally stabbed at the townhouse where they both lived.
The two had been married less than a year.
According to BuzzFeed, Phelps admitted to taking too much Coricidin Cough Cold the night of the killing.
Phelps did not enter a plea during Tuesday’s hearing, according to PEOPLE. His attorney, Joseph Cheshire, urged the public to not rush to conclusions.
The survivor of a DUI crash in California that killed her girlfriend is speaking out. Fourteen-year-old Manuela Seja can be seen in the video of the crash, which went viral, trying to flag down help. The driver, Obdulia Sanchez, 18, live-streamed the crash on Instagram, which showed her beside her dead 14-year-old sister Jacqueline Sanchez.
Seja and Jacqueline Sanchez were sitting in the backseat when the car suddenly swerved off the road and crashed, ejecting both 14-year-olds. Seja suffered major injuries on one of her legs.
“Honestly, I’m not mad at anybody and I don’t blame anybody,” she said. “It’s all affected by social media. That’s what life is now. And it’s going to advance more and more. That’s what it’s going to be about.”
The teen told ABC 30 that she and Jacqueline Sanchez had been dating for seven months after
Cornelia Reynolds, mother of a third grader who killed himself in February, is speaking out and blaming the death on bullying.
“My son hung himself,” Reynolds told an NBC Affiliate in Cincinnati “I was in the living room at the kitchen table, and I went back to check on my son and I found him hanging from his bunk bed.”
The mother said says her son, Gabriel Taye, spent a lot of time in the school’s nurse’s office. There were many days he simply wanted to stay home from school. Now, Reynolds believes those were signs he was bullied by other students.
“I guess he didn’t know how to tell me stuff was happening,” Reynolds said in the report. “Him going to the nurse’s station or him not wanting to go to school, that was his way of trying to communicate with me. That was his way. He probably didn’t want to