A New Orleans man is accused of shooting a random 54-year-old woman who was out walking her dogs in a bizarre attempt to either impress or frighten his girlfriend. Glen Alveris, 26, allegedly wanted to show his girlfriend just how “crazy” he can be when he shot the woman in her leg earlier this month. He also allegedly threatened to hurt his 20-year-old girlfriend during that incident. The whole eruption of violence was triggered by an argument between the two: Alveris was upset that she danced with another man at a party, the New Orleans Advocate reports.
“I’m going to show you how crazy I am,” Alveris allegedly said while waving around a pistol, “I will shoot anybody who plays with me.”
Then, he allegedly shot the woman.
Alveris’ girlfriend didn’t notify police at first. In fact, police didn’t appear to have any leads in the shooting, and the couple even
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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
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Three Florida teens have been charged with murdering a professional mixed martial arts fighter.
On Saturday, a judge in Palm Beach County denied bond to Summer Church, 16 and 18-year-olds Roberto Ortiz and Jace Swinton. According to CBS News, all have been as charged as adults for the first-degree murder of 25-year-old Aaron Rajman, who was killed in his Boca Raton home.
“This was no random act of violence,” State Attorney Dave Aronberg told CBS affiliate WPEC. “Mr. Rajman was targeted by these defendants, and we intend to seek justice for the victim and his family.”
Judi Church, Summer’s mother, told local media that cops are accusing Summer of being the mastermind. However, the mother told the Florida Sun-Sentinel that a group of men, including Ortiz and Swinton, forced her daughter at gunpoint to get in a car and call Rajman to see if he was home before his fatal
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A mass shooting at a gender reveal party may not have been random.
According to several news outlets, authorities in Ohio believe that the shooting—in which one woman was killed and eight people injured—may have been drug-related.
As previously reported, three children and six adults were shot at what was purported to be a gender reveal party. Twenty-two-year-old Autumn Garrett of Indiana died at the scene. Witnesses claimed that two men in hoods came into the home, started shooting and then quickly fled.
Police in Colerain Township said the shooting was “in no way random,” per Fox 19. They now believe that the attendees at the event on July 8 had connections to three different drug rings.
“From the start of this investigation, our detectives have met significant resistance from several of the victims and witnesses. This resistance involves the purposeful omission of key information and the fabrication of stories,” Colerain Township Police Chief Mark
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