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« Reply #360 on: February 10, 2020, 03:20:23 pm »
Monday, 1oth February 2o2o
Sarasota white man arrested on drug charges after selling meth to undercover detectives twice
by WWSB (an ABC News affiliate)




(SARASOTA, Florida) - Deputies arrested a 52-year-old Sarasota man on several charges after he sold methamphetamine (meth) to undercover detective two different times.

On October 29, 2019, deputies say that an undercover detective purchased an amount of meth from Kevin Maness.

According to reports, the drug was taken back to the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO), tested using a presumptive field test kit and it came back as positive for meth.

The amount weighed in to be one gram and was placed away as evidence.

According to deputies, the next transaction between an undercover detective and Maness took place the next day on October 30th.

The amount was taken back to SCSO where it was tested and came back as positive for meth.

This amount weighed in at 1.3 grams and was placed away as evidence.

Deputies say that both transactions were audio and video recorded, took place in Sarasota County, and Maness used a cellular device to arrange both of the transactions.
 
A warrant was issued for Maness’s arrest on January 23rd and deputies he was arrested the next day.

He remains in custody on a $35,000 bond on two felony counts of sale of methamphetamine and a single count of use of a two way communications device to facilitate a felony.

Maness has previously been arrested for fraud, possession of a controlled substance without prescription, possession of methamphetamine, and more.












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« Reply #361 on: February 11, 2020, 06:07:09 am »
Tuesday, 11th February 2o2o
Thousand Oaks white man allegedly killed his mother & stabbed himself
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A 31-year-old Thousand Oaks man was arrested for allegedly stabbing his mother to death and then stabbing himself in an apparent suicide attempt, authorities say.

Police say Christopher Schneider, 31, stabbed his mother Nancy, 66, to death and then stabbed himself after an argument turned violent.

Authorities were called to a home in the 900 block of Woodlawn Drive on February 4th.

They found a woman unresponsive who had been stabbed multiple times.

They also found a man with stab wounds.

They were both brought to a local hospital, where Nancy Schneider was later pronounced dead.

Christopher was treated for wounds which investigators later determined had been self-inflicted.

Detectives arrested Schneider on February 9th and he was being held on $3 million bail.

His first appearance in Ventura County Superior Court is expected on Tuesday.













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« Reply #362 on: February 11, 2020, 08:11:25 pm »
Tuesday, 11th February 2o2o
Student's parent charged with sex trafficking & forced labor at liberal arts college
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A 60-year-old man has been accused of targeting students at Sarah Lawrence College in Yonkers, New York, and subjecting them "to sexual and psychological manipulation and physical abuse," according to an indictment released Tuesday.

Lawrence Ray was charged with sex trafficking, extortion, forced labor and other offenses regarding his alleged criminal actions, some of which he went on with for nearly a decade, according to the indictment from federal prosecutors in Manhattan.

He is believed to have laundered about $1 million from his victims, most of whom were teens and young adults who participated in so-called therapy sessions he put on to purportedly help with psychological problems, prosecutors said.

Sarah Lawrence College said in a statement to ABC News that the school "just learned of the indictment," but called the charges "serious, wide-ranging, disturbing, and upsetting."

"We have not been contacted by the Southern District of New York, but will of course cooperate in their investigation to the full extent of the law if invited to do so," according to the statement.

Ray's alleged criminal activity started through the so-called therapy sessions, which he ran after he was released from a prison sentence for security fraud and moved into on-campus housing at the liberal arts school with his daughter and her roommates.

The group eventually moved into a one-bedroom apartment on East 93rd Street on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.

Ray presented himself as a father figure to the students and learned "intimate details about their private lives, vulnerabilities, and mental health struggles under the pretense of helping them" during the sessions, according to the indictment.

Yet he then alienated them from their parents and convinced several that they were "broken" and "in need of fixing by Ray," the indictment claimed.

He also made up lies about them, and, when they denied it, would subject them to interrogations that included "sleep deprivation, psychological and sexual humiliation, verbal abuse, threats of physical violence, physical violence, and threats of criminal legal action" -- actions that then garnered false confessions, according to the indictment.

Ray videotaped the false confessions from at least seven victims and used them to extort money, unpaid labor and forced prostitution, according to the indictment.

If the students couldn't pay, the indictment claimed, Ray ordered them to drain hundreds of thousands of dollars out of their parents' savings accounts, open lines of credit, engage in real estate fraud and in one case earn money through prostitution.

He also allegedly took explicit photographs of some of the students.

Ray was the subject of a lengthy 2019 profile in New York Magazine's The Cut, which detailed his dealings with the Sarah Lawrence College students.

The piece was titled "The Stolen Kids of Sarah Lawrence: What happened to the group of bright college students who fell under the sway of a classmate's father?"

Ray did not talk to the outlet about parts of his past because he said they were either "classified" or would "endanger other people."

He denied mostly all the accusations in The Cut article, but did admit to taking money from one of his alleged victims that she earned through escorting.

"We know what is and is not. We know what’s truth and what’s wrong," he told the outlet.

Sarah Lawrence College said in its statement that the college conducted an internal investigation into the accusations against Ray after the article was published, and the investigation "did not substantiate those specific claims."
















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« Reply #363 on: February 11, 2020, 11:58:49 pm »
Wednesday, 12th February 2o2o
Charlottesville white man who confessed to removing slave auction plaque arrested

by Michael Miller




A 74-year-old man who publicly confessed to removing a plaque marking the site of slave auctions from downtown Charlottesville was arrested Tuesday, police said in a news release.

Richard Allan, an amateur historian and activist, was charged with grand larceny and possession of burglarious tools, both felonies, police said.

He was being held at the Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail pending a bail review.

His arrest came a day after Allan told The Washington Post that he had taken the plaque — which was set in the Court Square sidewalk — because he believed it was an insufficient memorial and insulting to slaves and their descendants.

“How would you feel if they put a plaque in the ground to you so people could stand on it with their dirty shoes?”

he said, adding that he was trying to atone for the fact that his ancestors had owned slaves.

In the interview, Allan said he was willing to go to jail for his views.

“This is called reparations, as far as I’m concerned,” he said.

Critics claimed that Allan had done more damage than good.

“These types of stunts do not bring the thoughtful and intentional attention needed to allow us to have a more robust conversation about race relations or slavery in Charlottesville or in the nation,” said Police Chief RaShall Brackney, who is African American.

The plaque’s disappearance in the early hours of February 6th had caused concern in a city already struggling with its history.

After the murder of nine black churchgoers in Charleston, S.C., in 2015, advocates in Charlottesville began pushing to remove the city’s Confederate statues.

Two years later, after the city council voted to remove one statue, white supremacists descended on the city for the Unite the Right rally.

Allan said he was one of thousands of protesters who turned out in opposition.

But even after the rally ended in deadly violence, the Confederate statues — and the slave auction plaque Allan felt was paltry — remained.

He said his frustrations over the plaque grew until he went to Court Square with a small crowbar and removed the plaque.

He then disposed of it in the James River, he said.

After being arrested at his Albemarle County home Tuesday, Allan declined to tell police where they could find the missing plaque, according to Brackney.
 
“At this point in time, Mr. Allan is refusing to tell us where it is,” she said, adding that police were continuing to investigate to determine if anyone else was involved in the crime.
 
“It looks like he was trying to bring attention to himself, not the issue, because that is what’s being covered — not the slave auction plaque or the plight of the slaves being sold there,” Brackney said.



Justene Hill Edwards, an assistant professor of the history of slavery at the University of Virginia, disagreed.

“At end of the day, if this brings about meaningful conversation, not only about the city’s history and connection to slavery but also about how slavery and its legacy continues to influence the African American community here, then I think that’s an important conversation,” she said on Monday.
 


















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« Reply #364 on: February 12, 2020, 05:26:11 am »
Wednesday, 12th February 2o2o
Georgia inmate who escaped through a ceiling light has been caught
by Janine Mack





An inmate who escaped from a Georgia sheriff's office through the ceiling has been caught in Alabama, officials said.

Gregory Keith Wyatt went through a light into the ceiling, worked his way into a pipe chase and escaped Monday night, the Haralson County Sheriff's Office said in a Fakebook post.

Investigators working with the Talledega County Sheriff's Office in Alabama searched a rural area in the Alabama county throughout the day, the sheriff's office said in a Fakebook post Tuesday evening.

Wyatt barricaded himself in a house, but was taken into custody by the Talledega County Sheriff's Office after a short standoff, investigators said.

Wyatt was wanted by Talledega County on unrelated charges.

"We knew early on that he had headed to Alabama and the search was concentrated there from early this morning throughout the day," said Talledega County Sheriff Eddie Mixon.

Wyatt had been in jail since June 6th, 2019, on multiple charges; including reckless driving, hit and run and failure to stop at the scene of an accident, according to the Haralson County Sheriff's Office.















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« Reply #365 on: February 15, 2020, 11:02:11 am »
Saturday, 15th February 2o2o
Dental assistant charged with sexual battery & accused of raping teen patient

by 10News WTSP (A CBS News Affiliate)




A dental assistant at a Land O'Lakes oral surgery facility was arrested and accused of sexually assaulting a patient.

On December 6th, 2019, an 18-year-old woman was having her wisdom teeth removed at Tampa Bay Oral Surgery.

She told investigators that after she was given a sedative, Edwin Alvis, 37, tried to lift up her shirt.

She said she was able to fight him off at first, but said he was able to expose her breasts.

The woman told investigators Alvis then put his hand down her pants and sexually assaulted her, according to an arrest report.

The woman told deputies she tried fighting him off the entire time.

Alvis denied the allegations.

According to the arrest report, tests determined Alvis' DNA profile was found on the woman.

Alvis was arrested on Thursday and charged with sexual battery/rape.

10News reached out to Tampa Bay Oral Surgery and an employee said a manager was not available for comment at the time.

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« Reply #366 on: February 16, 2020, 04:29:58 pm »
Sunday, 16th February 2o2o
White Woman Posed As Photographer To Steal Newborn
by Phil McCausland, Shamar Walters and Matteo Moschella




A woman in Washington state and her 16-year-old daughter were arrested Friday afternoon after the woman allegedly posed as a baby photographer and drugged a mother in an attempt to steal her newborn.

The Pierce County Sheriff's Department in Tacoma, Washington, said that a woman called 911 on February 5th, telling emergency responders that she was experiencing numbness, drowsiness, and instability on her feet and was vomiting.

She said that she believed she had been drugged.

Upon receiving treatment at a local hospital, the woman filed a police report with the sheriff's department in which she said she had accepted an offer from a woman in a Fakebook baby group to take photos of her newborn for free as a way of building her portfolio.

The suspect is a 38-year-old resident of Spanaway, Washington, who allegedly carried multiple aliases, but whose name was confirmed by police Saturday as Juliette Parker.

She allegedly visited the victim's home three times to take photos, where she was seen taking selfies with the baby and wiping her fingerprints from items she touched.
 
"During the third incident, the suspect and the suspect’s teenage daughter gave the victim a cupcake to eat; the victim reported feeling numb and drowsy immediately after eating the cupcake," the sheriff's department said in a statement.

"The victim told the suspect and her daughter to leave her home.

After they left, the victim noticed that the suspect had stolen her house keys."

Parker was arrested along with her teen daughter at their home in Spanaway, about 44 miles south of Seattle, police said, and she was booked Friday on attempted kidnapping and assault charges, Pierce County corrections records show.

Detectives working on the case said they conducted multiple interviews and obtained numerous search warrants, identifying additional victims before uncovering Parker's plot "to steal a newborn baby to raise as her own."

"When the whole thing unraveled her house keys were missing, she [the victim] remembers her wiping prints down in the kitchen," sheriff's Detective Ed Troyer told NBC affiliate KING in Seattle.

"We were able to find through search warrants and communication through social media and texts a plot we put together that obviously shows she was attempting to find an infant to take out of state and raise as her own." "Anyone ever see the movie, 'Searching'?"

Deputies with the sheriff's department donated money to buy the victim new locks for her doors and window guards, which they also helped her install.

Parker has also allegedly been involved in a bomb-making incident, KING reported. 

And, she was a candidate last year in the Colorado Springs mayoral race, police confirmed. She came in second with 11.9 percent of the vote, according to city records.

"I want to make Colorado Springs a happy and safe and prosperous place for all of our residents," Parker told NBC News affiliate KOAA two weeks before the April 2019 election.

Though she was arrested over 1,200 miles from the city she once hoped to lead, Parker's past was not lost on investigators.

"It's turning out to be a very colorful background on our suspect," Troyer told KING.














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« Reply #367 on: February 17, 2020, 04:43:41 pm »
Monday, 17th February 2o2o
Winner
by Richard Luscombe




Supporters of Reality Winner, a National Security Agency whistleblower who leaked classified information about Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election, petitioned drumphf on Monday for her early release from prison.

Alison Grinter, an attorney representing the former US air force intelligence specialist, announced at a press conference in Dallas that she had submitted 4,500 letters of support to the federal office of the pardon attorney, the division of the Department of Justice that advises the US president on executive clemency decisions.

Winner was sentenced to five years and three months in August 2018 after admitting breaching the espionage act by passing top secret documents to an investigative news website about the Russian hacking of voting software and its efforts to disrupt dozens of local election systems ahead of the 2016 election.

“Our country was attacked by a hostile foreign power,” The Intercept quoted Grinter as saying at the press conference.

“Our national healing process cannot begin until we forgive our truth tellers and begin the job of rebuilding what was taken from us: election security, accountability for those who endeavor to undermine our democracy; and safeguarding the American right to government by and for the people. None of this can begin in earnest while we are still punishing those who tell us the truth.”

The petition states of Winner, 28:

“Her continued incarceration is costly, unnecessary to protect the public, burdensome to her health and wellbeing, and not commensurate with the severity of her offense.”

drumphf called Winner’s sentence “unfair” in an August 2018 tweet attacking then-attorney general Jeff Sessions, describing her actions as “small potatoes” compared to what he alleged his 2016 opponent Hillary Clinton had done with classified information while she was secretary of state during the administration of President Barack Obama.

A three-year state department investigation cleared Clinton of any wrongdoing in October 2019.

Winner said of drumphf in a phone interview with CBS News from Georgia’s Lincoln county jail in 2018 that she “can’t thank him enough” for the tweet, which she said confirmed her lawyers’ view that the sentence was unfair.

The Department of Justice did not immediately return a request for comment from the Guardian on Monday.
















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« Reply #368 on: February 18, 2020, 09:53:31 pm »
Wednesday, 19th February 2o2o
Hayden Panettiere's Boyfriend Brian Hickerson Charged with Domestic Battery on Valentine's Day
by Eric Todisco






Hayden Panettiere‘s boyfriend Brian Hickerson has been arrested again following a domestic dispute, Teton County Sheriff’s Office confirms to PEOPLE.

Hickerson, 30, was arrested on Valentine’s Day at around 2:30 a.m. after the Teton County Sheriff’s Office responded to a disturbance between Hickerson and a 30-year-old female at a private residence in Jackson, Wyoming.

Hickerson has been charged with domestic battery and interference with a cop, both misdemeanor charges in Wyoming, Teton County Sheriff’s Office said.

The investigation is still ongoing.

According to court documents obtained by TMZ, Hickerson allegedly punched Panettiere, 30, “with a closed fist on the right side of her face.”

The docs reportedly state that authorities arrived at the private residence and found Hickerson in the driveway, who told them that the Nashville star was inside the home “saying he beat the fvck out of me.”

Hickerson reportedly avoided answering the cops when asked if he had physically assaulted Panettiere, per TMZ.

The records reportedly state that Panettiere told the cops that Hickerson started throwing things at her face when they were in the bedroom together.

Cops allegedly said in the court records that the actress’ face was red and swollen.

She also allegedly had a scrape and swelling on her left hand.

PEOPLE reached out to Teton County Circuit Court to obtain the court documents.

A rep for Panettiere did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment.

In November, Panettiere and Hickerson were photographed together side-by-side in an airport, more than a month after Hickerson’s felony domestic violence charge was dismissed.

A source confirmed at the time that the pair were back together.

Panettiere and Hickerson began dating after reports circulated that she and then-fiancé Wladimir Klitschko had split in August 2018.

Klitschko, 43, and Panettiere share daughter Kaya, 5, who lives in Ukraine with her father.

PEOPLE previously reported that Panettiere’s relationship with Hickerson drew concern from those close to the Heroes alumna, especially after they were reportedly involved in a drunken altercation with his father in October 2018, prompting a visit from police.

(No arrests were made.)

And in May 2019, Hickerson was arrested on a domestic violence charge and released on bail.

According to the felony complaint obtained by PEOPLE, prosecutors had alleged Hickerson “willfully inflicted corporal injury resulting in a traumatic condition upon Hayden P.”

Hickerson was charged with one count of felony domestic violence on May 23rd and pleaded not guilty, a spokesperson for the L.A. County District Attorney’s Office confirmed to PEOPLE at the time.

In July 2019, Hickerson reportedly appeared in court as a Los Angeles superior judge listened to the testimony from the police officer who responded to the domestic violence call on May 2nd.

During the hearing, the judge denied the motion to dismiss criminal charges against Hickerson and declined to consider a lesser misdemeanor charge.

While Hickerson was facing up to four years in prison if convicted, his case was dismissed at the end of September.

“The case against Brian Hickerson was dismissed without prejudice today,” a spokesperson for the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office told PEOPLE at the time.

“Our office was unable to proceed because we could not secure a material witness.

The protective order also was dismissed.”


















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« Reply #369 on: February 19, 2020, 08:23:14 am »
Wednesday, 19th February 2o2o
'CRIME PAYS'

by ABC News



A man with a huge tattoo on his forehead that says “crime pays” has found himself locked up behind bars again after leading police on a short police chase before being arrested.


Donald Murray, 38, of Terre Haute, Indiana, allegedly led authorities in a short pursuit on February 17th and was arrested a short time later and charged with several crimes.


“Murray was charged with resisting (felony), resisting (misdemeanor), reckless driving, possession of methamphetamine, maintaining a common nuisance, and auto theft,” the Terre Haute Police Department said in a statement on Fakebook.

This is the second time in just a few months that Murray has been arrested.



He first came to notoriety when he was featured on an episode of “Live PD” late last year when he was chased by authorities for driving without any lights and then crashed into a tree and escaped on foot.

He was apprehended a short time later and allegedly told police officers that he didn’t know his name.

Murray is now being held on a $15,000 bond following this latest chase and is scheduled to appear in court on Friday, according to jail records
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« Reply #370 on: February 20, 2020, 10:49:48 pm »
Friday, 21st February 2o2o
Arrested in Hawaii

by Doha Madani





The mother of two children who have been missing for months was arrested Thursday in Hawaii on a $5 million warrant from Idaho.

Lori Vallow has been charged on two counts of desertion and nonsupport of dependent children, according to a release from the Kaua'i Police Department on Thursday.

Police say Vallow failed to comply with a court order to produce her children to authorities by January 30th.

There is no indication Vallow's children were on the island of Kaua'i, police said in the statement. Vallow's husband, Chad Daybell, was not in custody, law enforcement sources told NBC News.

The search for Tylee Ryan, 17, and Joshua Vallow, 7, began in November when police attempted to conduct a welfare check on Joshua, who is adopted and has special needs, according to the Rexburg Police Department.

Joshua and Tylee were last seen in September, according to the Rexburg Police Department in Idaho.

Rexburg police previously said that Vallow and Daybell were not cooperating and had left the state.

According to Rexburg police, Vallow and Daybell said Joshua was staying with a family friend in Arizona, but investigators later learned that was a lie.

A witness also told police that Vallow had falsely said that Tylee was dead.

Tylee's aunt, Annie Cushing, told NBC affiliate KSL that she is concerned for the safety of the children, because she believes Vallow to be "unhinged."

Cushing's brother, Joseph Ryan, was Vallow's third husband and Tylee's father.

He died of an apparent heart attack in 2018.

Rexburg police said they have learned that Vallow either knows the location of Joshua and Tylee or knows what happened to them.

Police have also said that they believe the children's disappearance could be tied to an investigation into the death of Daybell's first wife, Tammy Daybell, 49.

She was found dead in her home in October, and Chad Daybell married Vallow weeks later.

Vallow's fourth husband, Charles Vallow, also died last year.

He was shot to death in July by Vallow's brother, Alex Cox, during a confrontation.

Vallow and Cox were questioned by police but not charged.

Cox then died in December, The Associated Press reported.

Before Charles Vallow died, he filed for divorce from Vallow, claiming in divorce documents that his wife believed she was reincarnated and was a god sent to lead people during the second coming of Christ in July 2020, and told her husband that if he got in his way she would kill him.

An attorney who represented him during the divorce proceedings said in a statement that Charles Vallow had a "genuine fear for his life."

Other court documents, filed in Texas during Vallow and Ryan's custody battle over Tylee in 2007, revealed that Vallow was ordered to undergo a psychological evaluation after she told social workers that “death would be an option before giving Tylee to her father, Mr. Joseph Ryan, even for a visit.”

Police in Kaua'i said they first received a request from Rexburg police to help locate Vallow in December.

Vallow is being held in Hawaii on a $5 million bail and does not yet have a court date.

She will have the opportunity to waive or fight her extradition back to Idaho.

A lawyer for Vallow did not immediately respond to a request for comment from NBC News.













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« Reply #371 on: February 23, 2020, 04:33:34 pm »
Sunday, 23rd February 2o2o
Wrecka Stow
by Simon Hannig




(STOW, Ohio) - Two suspects stole cigarettes and cash from Speedway on Graham Road, and then took keys from the back of the store that belonged to one of the employees and drove off in the employee’s car, Stow Police said.

Police said the incident also involved a handgun.

The car the suspects stole from the employee was a silver 2016 Honda CRV with an Ohio license plate of GST6352, police said, They left the area eastbound on Graham Road toward State Route 8.

The first suspect description is a man, described as 6′0″ with a thin build and between the ages of 25-35.

The second suspect is described as a woman, who is 5′5″ with a thin build, and between the ages of 20-30.

Anyone who can identify the suspects, or has information should call the Stow Police Department at (330) 689-5700.

The incident happened earlier Sunday.

Police said the investigation is ongoing.



















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« Reply #372 on: February 24, 2020, 06:12:09 am »
Monday, 24th February 2o2o
Convicted white killer on the loose!

by ABC News





A convicted murderer is on the loose after escaping from a work-release facility in Alabama, officials said.

Daniel Miner, 43, was reported missing from his bed on Saturday night during a count of inmates at the state-run facility in the town of Alpine, about 40 miles southeast of Birmingham, according to the Alabama Department of Corrections.

It's unclear how the inmate escaped.

Miner is serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole after being convicted of murder in Marshall County in 1994.

He was also sentenced on a promoting prison contraband charge in Limestone County in 2003, according to inmate records.

The Marshall County Sheriff's Office said it is working with state authorities to locate the escaped inmate.

Miner was last seen wearing a white state-issued prison uniform.

He is described as a white man who is 5-foot-6-inches tall and weighs 192 pounds.

He has "white power" tattoos and others on his neck, arms, torso and back, according to the Alabama Department of Corrections.

Miner's custody level is listed as "minimum-out," which the Alabama Department of Corrections describes on its website as "appropriate for inmates that do not pose a significant risk to self or others and suitable to be assigned off-property work details without the direct supervision of correctional officers."

The Childersburg Community Based Facility and Community Work Center in Alpine, from which Miner escaped, is a minimum-security institution where inmates may be assigned to work for various government agencies for paid employment Inmates in the work-release program work for private employers in the community, according to the Alabama Department of Corrections website.

Anyone who sees Miner or may have information on his whereabouts is urged to contact the Alabama Department of Corrections at 1-800-831-8825 or call 911.

















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Monday, 24th February 2o2o
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by Dan Quin




Julianne “Jules” Wainstein was arrested in Florida on Sunday and booked on a charge of battery after allegedly attacking her estranged husband, Michael Wainstein, in front of their two children.

The former Real Housewives of New York City star, 39, was booked in Palm Beach County’s main detention center around 3:50 p.m, according to online records, and released soon after.

he exes were then in court on Monday morning, Michael’s lawyer Morghan Richardson told PEOPLE, where Michael obtained a protective order against Julianne.

An arraignment has been scheduled for March 16th.

Their two children — son Jagger, 11, and daughter Rio, 9 — have been released to Michael’s custody, Richardson added.

“This is a serious situation reflecting Ms. Wainstein’s increasingly reckless behavior that unfortunately took place in front of the kids,” Richardson said in a statement.

“The children were released to Michael’s custody yesterday and he is most concerned about protecting them. Michael is exploring all of his legal options at this time.”

Jules and her lawyer did not respond to PEOPLE’s requests for comment.

A source tells PEOPLE that Jules and Michael got into a verbal dispute during a custody exchange in a parking lot.

Jules then allegedly approached Michael’s car with a baseball bat, which she used to damage the back of the vehicle. She also allegedly licked his car window and punched Michael in the face.

The alleged incident was captured on video, according to the insider.

The reality star joined RHONY in its eighth season, but left the franchise after a single season to focus on her children amid her divorce.

She and Michael were married for eight years before going their separate ways in June 2016 amid rumors of his infidelity, which he denied.

Their divorce has been contentious, with police being called early on to the New York City home they used to share.

Jules was even granted a temporary restraining order against Michael at one time.

In 2017, the two were in court over $135,000 in unpaid child support that Michael allegedly owed Jules, Page Six reported at the time.

Each claimed the other was spending the money inappropriately rather than saving it for their children.

While the divorce and custody trial officially wrapped almost two years ago, Michael’s attorney told PEOPLE that a final decision from the court has yet to be issued — which is only adding to the couple’s tension.

The two were living in N.Y.C. when they split, but have relocated to Florida.

“Until my divorce is over, I’m temporarily living in Boca at my parents,” Jules told BravoTV.com in October.

“We’ll be there until things settle, and then hopefully we’ll move back soon.”

During her time on RHONY, Jules opened up about her lifelong struggle with anorexia and bulimia, even admitting to having a binge-and-purge moment while filming.

“I have no regrets talking about my eating disorder on the show,” she told BravoTV in October.

“Eating disorders are a very secretive disease. I thought it’d be really healthy and a big part of my recovery if I did speak about it. I always say, secrets kept you sick. Speaking about it, then, I could do the opposite.”

















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by Larry Brown Sports




Boxer Sergey Kovalev was arrested for DUI in Los Angeles early Monday morning.

Kovalev was stopped by California Highway Patrol around 2 a.m., and the trooper who pulled him over believed the boxer was under the influence and arrested him on suspicion of DUI, according to TMZ Sports.

Kovalev was taken to a station and booked before being released later that morning.

Kovalev, 36, is also in the middle of a felony assault case in which he allegedly attacked a woman in 2018 who rejected his sexual advances.

Kovalev is 34-4-1 (29 KOs) in his career.

All four of his losses have come in his last eight fights — two to Andre Ward, and his most recent loss was to Canelo Alvarez in November.

















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