Claiming that his daughter abused him, a disabled Brooklyn man poured skin-melting acid on her. 69-year-old Jerome Lynch doused his daughter, 49-year-old Darlene Lynch, with the drain cleaner El Diablo, which is 98 percent sulfuric acid. Click below to find out more.
Joyce Coffee of Epping, New Hampshire was arrested four times in a 26 hour span for blasting AC/DC and Guns and Roses, after repeatedly warned to turn the music down by authorities. Each time she was arrested, she posted bail. Joyce’s last arrest had her being charged with assault for throwing a frying pan at her nephew, which hit him in the head. Click below to read more.
Police are on the hunt for a gunman or gunmen responsible of opening fire on a sweet sixteen party in Riviera Beach, Florida, killing two teens and wounding six. The shooting happened late Saturday night outside Newcomb Hall, where more than 100 people were attending. Click below to read more.
Truffles are known as a fancy and delicious delicacy. And get this, truffles can sell for as much as $3,600 a pound. Just a couple tiny shavings of black truffles from France can cost hundreds of dollars, while in Italy the cost can be three times as much! Click below to read more.
Apparently, auditioning is not only for the big screen. According to Vanity Fair, The Church of Scientology, had a “top-secret process” for auditioning actresses to play Tom Cruise’s real-life girlfriend. Of course Cruise’s reps have denied this, but this would not be the first time Tom has done something out of the ordinary. Click below to read more.
Nearly a quarter of a million are without power days after Hurricane Issac hit The Gulf Coast. Officials are trying solve the power problem within the coming days. Thousands of evacuees remain at shelters or with friends or relatives. Recovery centers are being opened as this part of the US has to deal with another tragic hurricane. Click below to read more.
It’s great that communities come together to rebuild their lives after tragic events like Hurricane Katrina. However, there are lesser people who look to take advantage of other’s misfortunes. Now, with Hurricane Issac dying down, it’s time to look at potential scams with the intent to “rebuild,” (or take money from), broken down communities. Click below to read more.
In Detroit, a man suspected of fatally shooting two men and seriously wounding two others had to turn himself in twice before the police would arrest him. The 36-year-old suspect got into an argument at a party on Saturday and opened fire on the victims. The man turned himself in at a fire station, where they called the police. However, the police must have been busy because no officers showed up. Click below to read more.
In Rhode Island, a 13-foot, 1,500-pound great white shark carcass was found ashore near the state line. The carcass was discovered by a fisherman less than a half-mile from the public beaches in Little Compton, Rhode Island. Patrol boats are now out to watch for other sharks. Click below to read more.
Police are searching for clues after they found 6-year-old, Dominick Andujo dead and 12-year-old Amber Andujo with a slit throat. Amber is believed to have identified the attacker, but officials are not releasing his identity yet. There were also two other girls at the house, a 9-year-old, and a 14-year-old, who was babysitting the three. Both girls were not harmed. Click below to read more.