Two men allegedly killed a stray dog to help stage a fake crime scene with a long-running enemy. According to WSAZ, 26-year-old Jeffrey Spence and 19-year-old Casey Spence used dog blood to help concoct a story about being attacked. They have been charged with first-degree assault, second-degree criminal trespassing and theft by unlawful taking or disposition a motor vehicle.
The incident began when authorities found a man named Fred Daniels hit on the head with a crowbar near his home in Tomahawk, Kentucky on Saturday morning. He had to have around 50 staples in his head. He said the assailants had stolen his truck after the attack.
Later that morning, the Spences claimed Daniels assaulted them at their home with a shotgun and that Casey used the crowbar in an act of self-defense. While searching the premises, authorities found blood everywhere in the home that was staged to look like Daniels’ blood and a hole
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Wagner Alcocer was on his computer Friday evening when he heard someone calling for help outside his home in Groton, Massachusetts. From his backdoor he could see a tall young man, blotches of blood and mud on his naked body. “Help me please, help me please,” he said. “I murdered four people.”
NBC Boston reports police later identified the young man as 22-year-old Orion Krause. He was a recent graduate of Ohio’s prestigious Oberlin College Conservatory.
At a press conference Friday night, Middlesex County District Attorney Marian Ryan said Krause had been arrested for the murders of three women and a man at a home in Groton. They died from blunt-force trauma. Ryan said Krause knew his victims, and called the quadruple homicide, “a situation of tragic family violence.”
According to Boston’s WCBV, Krause may have used a baseball bat to beat the life out of his four
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In the latest development to the bizarre tale of a Swedish reporter whose headless torso was found last month, oddball inventor Peter Madsen has told police new details about her death, which he insists was an accident.
In a pre-trial hearing, Madsen claimed Wall hit her head on the heavy latch of his homemade submarine, according to CBS News. After finding her in a pool of blood with a fractured skull, he threw her body overboard, but denies mutilating her body.
On August 11, the 30-year-old Wall had boarded the UC3 Nautilus, proclaimed “the world’s largest privately built submarine,” to interview its builder, Peter Madsen. Described as an “inventrepaneur” on the website for his company RML Spacelab, the 46-year-old Dane allegedly harbored a grudge against journalists and liked ““sexual experimenting in fetish groups,” according to his biographer Thomas Djursing.
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Police found signs of blood on a toy car and sandal belonging to an English toddler who went missing in Greece 26 years ago, potentially confirming that the boy died in an accident at his grandparents’ farm in Kos, the BBC reports.
Ben Needham, who was 21 months old when he vanished in 1991, may have been crushed by a digger working at his grandparents’ home during renovations, police theorized last year after a three-week search of the land around the home.
“Based on the facts and the information obtained, as previously stated it is still my professional belief that Ben died as a result of a tragic incident at the farmhouse involving heavy machinery,” said Detective Inspector Jon Cousins to the BBC.
But Ben’s mother, Kerry Needham, said that the discovery of the new evidence points to a “massive cover-up,” since the boy’s body was never found.
“It shows more of a
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An angry fast food worker in the United States faces a five-year jail term for putting her menstrual flow on a customer’s food.
The suspect Sky Juliett Samuel
(Crime Time on Oxygen)
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