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Cops Say Phony Uber Driver Kidnapped Women, Got Busted Wearing Fake Penis

Tommy Wayne Beard allegedly targeted drunk victims and had photos on his phone of a seemingly unconscious female in his car, “focusing on her breast and crotch area.”
by Mike McPadden

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Kim Kardashian West Aims To Become A Lawyer Without A Law Degree—How Does That Work?

California is one of four U.S. states where apprenticing with attorneys can qualify a candidate to take the bar exam; Kardashian West says she's working it.
by Mike McPadden

Hockey Superfan, 11, Mourning Loss Of Mom To Cancer, Gets Emotional Surprise

Before she passed away, Anderson Whitehead's mom reportedly promised him that he would get to meet Carey Price, who is his favorite hockey player.
by Catherine Townsend

Man Arrested For Allegedly Killing, Beheading Roommate's Dog As She Was Moving Out

Authorities say Jose Vega Meza refused to tell them where the dog's head was.
by Catherine Townsend

The 'Sinful Messiah' & 'The Work' Cult: Multiple Wives, Exploitive Labor & A Murder

Leader Julius Schacknow used his knowledge of scripture and his charisma to manipulate young women, telling them that it was God's will that they sleep with him.
by Catherine Townsend

'Dead Baby' Found In Queens That Launched Active Crime Scene Actually A Realistic Doll

The “lifelike prop” reportedly fooled both police and paramedics, who enacted a crime-scene investigation and declared the “three-month-old child” to be dead.
by Mike McPadden

5 Things To Know About Andrea Yates, The Mom Who Drowned Her 5 Kids In The Bathtub

On June 20, 2001, mother of five Andrea Yates drowned her children, who ranged in age from six months to seven years, in the bathtub at her home in Houston, Texas.
by Catherine Townsend

Cops: 11-Year-Old Boy Home Alone Thwarted Invading Burglar With Machete

The boy later told the press, “I knew I had to act in the heat of the moment; always have your kids prepared for anything.”
by Mike McPadden

5 Things You Need To Know About The Complex Case Of The Jennings 8

Inside the unsolved deaths of 8 women in Louisiana between 2005 and 2009 and who might — or might not — be behind them.
by Mike McPadden

Did O.J. Simpson Use His New Twitter Account To Threaten A Parody Account With Knife Emojis?

The alleged recipient claims the messages said, “I will find your a— and cut you!” plus a row of 16 knife images with the words, “You next.”
by Mike McPadden

Death In Paradise: Why Are So Many Tourists Dying In The Dominican Republic?

What is causing people to drop dead in the island paradise? Is it poisoned alcohol, chemicals, violent crime — or all of the above?
by Catherine Townsend

Bill Cosby Tweets From Prison On Father’s Day, Claiming He’s Still 'America’s Dad'

Cosby also included the hashtags #RenewedOathToOurFamily and #FarFromFinished.
by Mike McPadden

5 Things To Know About The O.J. Simpson Case, 25 Years Later

It was a quarter century ago that the infamous white Bronco chase played out on the nation's televisions. Here are five fast facts about the case that we're still talking about.
by Catherine Townsend

The Muhlaysia Booker Case Sheds Light On Violent Crimes Against Trans People In 2019

Authorities report that at least 10 transgender people have been attacked and killed so far this year, with some observers stating that such violence is on the rise.
by Mike McPadden

In 2013, Kelsie Schelling Sent An Ultrasound Image To Her Boyfriend — Then Disappeared

Donthe Lucas is awaiting trial for his ex-girlfriend's alleged murder but, after six long years of searching, her body has never been found.
by Mike McPadden

Death At Mile Marker 181: What Really Happened To Jaleayah Davis?

It was ruled an accident, but questions still surround the 2011 car crash that allegedly killed the 20-year-old — including suspicions of a cover-up.
by Mike McPadden

Heaven’s Gate: The UFO Cult & The 1997 Mass Suicide That Shocked The Planet

How Marshall Applewhite and his followers killed themselves, believing they’d ascend to a spaceship inside a comet.
by Mike McPadden

Police Claim Male College Student Who Uses Snapchat “Gender Switch” Filter to Catch Predators Ends Up Nabbing Cop Allegedly Looking for Underage Sex

The 40-year-old officer allegedly believed he was interacting with a 16-year-old; he is now reportedly charged with contacting a minor to commit a felony.
by Mike McPadden

Cops Allege Georgia Man Tried to Abduct 9-Year-Old Boy From Walmart Bathroom

The child resisted, broke free, and ran for help, prompting police to say, “The little boy did everything right.”
by Mike McPadden

Between 2005 & 2009, 8 Women Were Murdered In A Small Louisiana Town & Police Still Have No Suspects — Is It A Cover-Up?

With exclusive access from a victim’s family, the new ID special Death in the Bayou: The Jennings 8 dives deep into these crimes and their aftermath.
by Mike McPadden

Cops Say Good Samaritan Rescued Woman From Attempted Sex Assault Alongside NJ Highway

While confronting the suspect, the heroic motorist said he thought, “It’s either going to be him or me—and it’s not going to be me!”
by Mike McPadden

Milwaukee Man Allegedly Admits To Punching 2-Month-Old, Leading To Baby’s Death

Kenta Evans, 21, faces a single felony charge of first degree reckless homicide in the death of the infant.
by Catherine Townsend

The Kidnapping Of Jaycee Dugard: 5 Things To Know 

Twenty-eight years after the fateful day Jaycee Dugard was kidnapped, here are five things to know about the notorious case.
by Catherine Townsend

Police Allege California Woman Impersonated a Social Worker and Attempted to Kidnap a Week-Old Infant

The suspect allegedly showed up at a Santa Ana home and said she was there to remove the baby from his home; authorities say she has since been arrested.
by Mike McPadden

After Years of Investigation, New Hampshire Police Officially Identify Three Victims of the “Bear Brook Murders”

Authorities credit citizen sleuths and cutting-edge DNA technology with helping them restore names and faces to the previously unknown victims.
by Mike McPadden

What Really Happened To Pravin Varughese?

On February 12, 2014, a 19-year-old student named Pravin Varughese went out for the night in the small college town of Carbondale, Illinois – and was never seen alive again.
by Catherine Townsend

What Really Happened to Carla Stefaniak?

For her 36th birthday, Florida insurance agent Carla Stefaniak traveled to Costa Rica with her sister-in-law for a dream vacation. On her last night there, Carla checked into a villa alone – and disappeared.
by Catherine Townsend

'Big Little Lies' and the Ugly Truth About Domestic Violence

How the hit HBO series has sparked discussions, deepened understandings, and empowered survivors with its complex exploration of this tragic crime issue.
by Mike McPadden

Murder of Ex-Priest Formerly Accused of Sex Abuse May Be Linked to Craigslist Ad He Placed for “Male Wrestlers;” Cops Say

A man being held in a Michigan jail has been named as a suspect in the March 2019 murder of a defrocked Catholic priest who had been accused of sexual abuse.
by Mike McPadden

5 Frightening Facts About Charles Manson and the Manson Family

Charles Manson. The name alone immediately invokes fear, dread, and images of pure evil. A full half-century later Manson and his so-called Family continue to fascinate and frighten the public with unique and terrible power.
by Mike McPadden

Cops Say Woman Rescued Herself & 3 Sons From Kidnapper With “Please Call 911” Note

Authorities say the ploy worked and that William Jamal Wilksinson has been arrested on multiple charges, including unlawful imprisonment.
by Mike McPadden

5 Facts About The Life, Murder & Legacy Of Matthew Shepard

The 1998 hate crime killing of a young gay man changed society, culture, and the law forever after.
by Mike McPadden

Cops Say Man Left Grandma With Dementia In Cold Car For 16 Hours While He Gambled

Police say she had been locked inside the car wearing a dirty diaper and that she had to be cut free from a dangerously tight seatbelt.
by Mike McPadden

Can You Help NYPD Identify A John Doe Based On His Tattoos?

People with information are encouraged to contact the NYPD's Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1 (800) 577-8477 (TIPS).
by Catherine Townsend

5 Essential Things To Know About The Sensational Jodi Arias Case

Inside the rise to infamy of the notorious “Boyfriend Killer.”
by Mike McPadden

'Casey Anthony: The Movie' — Is A Racy & Revealing Biopic Coming To A Theater Near You?

The notorious mom has allegedly announced a film about her hard-partying life and what she claims is a cover-up in daughter Caylee's death, noting, “There will be sex scenes.”
by Mike McPadden

5 Things You Should Know About Derrick Levasseur Of 'Breaking Homicide'

Levasseur shot to fame after winning the reality television series Big Brother 16 in 2014.
by Catherine Townsend

Cops: Body Found In Arkansas Positively ID’d As Missing 4-Year-Old Maleah Davis

The remains were located on Friday, reportedly in the area where the child's stepdad, Derion Vence, allegedly said he dumped her.
by Mike McPadden

Children Of God: The Sex Cult That Preached Pedophilia, Prostitution & The Apocalypse

How self-proclaimed prophet David Berg allegedly built an empire of abuse that ultimately led to a murder-suicide — committed by his own son.
by Mike McPadden

Will The Mystery Of 13-Year-Old Dylan Redwine's Death Ever Be Solved?

After his parents' bitter divorce, tensions ran high – and according to his brother, Cory, and his mother, Elaine, Dylan was not looking forward to spending Thanksgiving at his father's house.
by Catherine Townsend

Quincy Police Department Awards Championship Belt To 'Stone Cold Steve Opossum'

After an officer rescued the stranded baby opossum last week, the Quincy PD reports he's “resting like a champ” — and they properly decorated him!
by Mike McPadden