An actor who appeared on an episode of “Twin Peaks: The Return” allegedly beat a woman with a baseball bat on Wednesday in Washington.
According to a press release from the Spokane City Police Department, police were called to a business after calls of an attack. They spotted actor Jeremy Lindholm, 41, fleeing out the back of the business with the baseball bat. He then gave up and let police take him into custody in a nearby ally.
Linholm told police he and his girlfriend were fighting all day. According to KREM, the actor became enraged after his girlfriend didn’t get him Kool Aid. She then left to buy him some, but never returned. So, Linholm went to her workplace to assault her.
The incident was captured on a security camera. Police called it “extremely violent.”
Lindholm has been arrested for attempted second-degree murder. The victim was treated at a
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Zebb Wayne Quinn went missing on January 2, 2000 after working a shift at Walmart in his hometown of Asheville, North Carolina. He was 18 years old and had just finished his shift in the electronics department of the store at 9 p.m. After work, he had plans with his coworker and friend Robert Jason Owens.
Robert told Zebb that he knew of a car for sale. Zebb was actively looking for a new car at the time. The two met up in the Walmart parking lot before driving separately to look at the vehicle. The two men were caught on surveillance footage at a gas station nearby at around 9:15pm, buying sodas.
According to Robert, after leaving the gas station, Zebb flashed his headlights, signaling for Robert to pull over. Zebb said he got paged and needed to make a call. According to Robert, Zebb made a call from a pay
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A Fond du Lac murder case was recently featured on the Oxygen Network’s program “Snapped.” The program featuring the Eve Nance case aired on the network on August 6th. It recalled the shooting death of Tim Nance in November of 2013. Fond du Lac County District Attorney Eric Toney says his office was asked to participate in the interviews for the program, but they declined because the case has been appealed and post-conviction motions could still be filed. Former District Attorney Dan Kaminsky did agree to be interviewed. He says he was asked because they needed somebody to answer legal questions and to give them some context. He was interviewed last year in a make-shift studio on the top floor of the Holiday Inn Express in Fond du Lac. He says it was fun because he got to bring his daughter along. He says he sat in front of the
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Martha Ann McClancy, the former Coker Creek resident found guilty in the poisoning death of her husband, will be featured in a television documentary later this week on the Oxygen Network.
McClancy’s 2015 trial was first reported by The Advocate Democrat, and was the subject of an NBC Dateline episode last year. The documentary to be aired this Sunday will be on “Snapped,” a show which features women who have been found guilty in connection with the death of a spouse. The show will air at 6 p.m. and 9 p.m.
McClancy was found guilty of conspiring to kill her husband, Robert McClancy, with an over-dose of prescription drugs which he was taking for post traumatic stress syndrome (PTSD). Testimony in the trial revealed that she put the medications in his food, eventually leading to his death.
McClancy, now 68, was involved in a love triangle and later married her accomplice in
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In 1986, Cheryl Pierson was a 15-year-old high school cheerleader who was being sexually abused by her father.
“The more I fought, the more violent it got, so at that point, at 15 years old, I just let him do what he wanted to do just to be done with it,” she told Inside Edition. The teenager then came up with the idea of hiring another student to kill her father.
She asked Sean Pica to do the deed on February 6, 1986. “How much money would you do it for?” she asked him. Pica asked for $1,000 but received $400. He killed the father on his driveway in Long Island anyway.
“For the first time in my life, I felt safe…I was glad he was gone,” Pierson says.
The hit wasn’t kept secret for long. Pierson’s boyfriend, Rob Cuccio, broke down and revealed the details to authorities. Pierson’s story made headlines and even
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A 10-year-old cold case has been opened after a suspect in another investigation confessed.
According to WLFI, a tip in a double homicide led authorities in Logansport, Indiana to 39-year-old Kevin Sellers. Sellers is also accused of killing his uncle, David Sellers, in the home they shared in 2007.
“We never dreamed that it would be him,” said the victim’s wife after all these years. David was found dead from a single gunshot. Although Kevin was interviewed at the time, no charges were filed.
Fast forward to August 2 of this year. Kevin was asked to come to the sheriff’s office after police received a tip about the double murders of Abigail Williams and Liberty German in February. Pictured above is a photo of the suspect in the murder of the two young girls.
That tip referred to David as “having killed his uncle some years before and had gotten away with it.” He ended
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A Chicago professor at one of the most prestigious universities in the country is wanted in the murder of a 26-year-old man found stabbed to death, CBS News reported.
Wyndham Lathem, 42, is an associate professor of microbiology and immunology at Northwestern. He is wanted in the death of Trenton H. James Cornell-Duranleau, along with another suspect, Andrew Warren, a 56-year-old employee of England’s University of Oxford.
Police said that both suspects are armed and dangerous.
Investigators found Cornell-Duranleau’s body at Lathem’s home, but it’s unclear what the suspects’ relationship to the victim is, according to CBS.
Lathem was placed on administrative leave, a Northwestern spokesman told CBS. He is banned from entering school property.
[Image: Chicago Police Department]
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A founding member of a legendary hip-hop group has been arrested in connection to a fatal stabbing in New York City. According to the Associated Press, The Kidd Creole (a.k.a. Nathaniel Glover) from Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five was arrested Wednesday on murder charges in an incident involving a homeless man.
The stabbing occurred before midnight on Monday in Manhattan. The victim, 55-year-old John Jolly, was a level-2 sex offender living in a shelter. He was found with multiple stab wounds to his torso.
An NYPD spokesman tells PIX11 that Glover and the victim argued and then Glover allegedly pulled out an object and stabbed him twice in the chest and one time in the stomach. The victim was found on the sidewalk and later died in the hospital. Sources tell WNBC that Glover confessed to police but no motive has been released.
Glover has four prior arrests, including a 2007 arrest for possession of
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A grandmother in Georgia has been charged with murder after her grandson was badly mauled by two pit bulls at her home. The 21-month old boy suffered bites and tears to his head and neck. He died from the attack.
Seventy-year-old Sandra Bowers Adams has been charged with second-degree murder, second-degree cruelty to children and involuntary manslaughter according to WSPA.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) said in a news release that the toddler was attacked when Adams brought him inside her home on Tuesday. She was knocked to the ground, as the dogs went after the boy, WYFF reported. She then tried to shield her grandchild from them, but it was too late.
Adams had been cited multiple times by police for an ordinance maintaining disorderly animals. However, police hadn’t received any reports about the dogs being aggressive. Adams consented to euthanize the dogs, and both will be put down
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The Tennessee parents of a 2-year-old boy who was killed while left overnight in the backseat of a car were arraigned on first-degree murder charges, indicating that the death was not an accident, WBIR reports.
Anthony Dyllan Phillips, 26, and Jade Elizabeth Phillips, 24, were arraigned on Monday morning after being indicted last week on murder, aggravated child abuse, and child neglect charges for the July 14 death of their son, Kipp Phillips.
Kipp’s body was found at 2 pm that day, but investigators said he had been there since the night before.
The car was parked outside the home of Jerry Kirkman, the mayor of Westmoreland and father of Jade Phillips. Kirkman has not been charged with any crime.
Jade Phillips was released from jail on a $250,000 bond. Anthony Phillips is still being held. Neither has reportedly entered a plea.
Their next hearing is set for November 1. If convicted, the
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