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« Reply #420 on: April 15, 2020, 02:44:31 pm »
Wednesday, 15th April 2o2o
Inmate captured after escaping unfenced Oklahoma prison
by Associated Press




(McALESTER, Oklahoma) — A man who escaped last week from a minimum security state prison in McAlester has been captured, according to the Oklahoma Department of Corrections.

Jeremiah Hobbs, 40, was arrested Monday following a traffic stop by law enforcement officers in the Tulsa suburb of Broken Arrow, about 75 miles (121 kilometers) north of the Jackie Brannon Correctional Center in McAlester.

The department said Hobbs disappeared last Thursday after walking away from the unfenced facility.

Corrections said a woman identified as Hobbs’ girlfriend was also arrested during the traffic stop on a warrant for harboring a fugitive.

Hobbs was serving an eight-year sentence for burglary and now faces a potential felony escape charge, the department said.





















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« Reply #421 on: April 15, 2020, 06:55:26 pm »
Wednesday, 15th April 2o2o
Third person convicted in case of Two Rivers boy's death
by WBAY (and ABC News affiliate)





(MANITOWOC COUNTY, Wisconsin) - A Two Rivers woman has been convicted of child abuse in the case of the death of her roommate's son.

On Tuesday, Bianca Bush, 26, pleaded "no contest" to charges of Child Abuse - Failure to Prevent Great Bodily Harm and Chronic Neglect of a Child - Specified Harm Did Not Occur.

As part of a plea agreement, six counts (Physical Abuse of a Child, Repeated Acts Causing Bodily Harm; Child Abuse-Intentionally Cause Harm; Allow Use as Place of Prostitution; Pandering; Possession of THC; and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia) were dismissed but read into the record.

Bush's sentencing hearing is scheduled for June 16 at 10 a.m.

Bush is the third person to be convicted in connection to the case of the April 2019 death of two-year-old Gilbert Grant.

Gilbert Grant's mother, Rena Santiago, was convicted in February of Neglecting a Child Causing Death; Repeated Acts of Child Abuse; and Chronic Neglect of a Child.

Her sentencing is scheduled for May 26th.

Bush's boyfriend David Heiden was convicted of Physical Abuse of a Child, Repeated Acts Causing Death.

He was sentenced to life in prison.

He'll be eligible for parole in 25 years.

According to the criminal complaint, police responded to a Two Rivers home last April for a report of a two-year-old boy who wasn't breathing and wasn't conscious.

Police found the boy cool to the touch.

He had large bruises on his forehead, cheeks, face, legs, buttocks, back feet and arms.

Santiago, Bush and Heiden lived in the home with the boy.

The trio was arrested.

An autopsy was completed by the Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's Office.

Gilbert Grant's cause of death was determined to be from contusions; internal bleeding, a hemorrhage in the bowel; extensive lacerations; and hemorrhage around the head of the pancreas.

During a police interview, Heiden detailed months of abuse he and the others inflicted on Grant.

Heiden said on the day of the child's death, he had grabbed Gilbert and "shoved him forcefully into the metal futon frame."

Heiden said the boy's lower stomach would have been pushed against the frame at the time.

Heiden said he "forcefully held him [Gilbert] there" and hit the boy with his hand and a flip flop.

Heiden admitted to treating the boy "poorly."

When asked why, he responded, "he's not my kid ... I didn't care," according to a criminal complaint.
















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« Reply #422 on: April 16, 2020, 09:30:10 pm »
Thursday, 16th April 2o2o
2 FUGITIVES ON THE RUN!!!
by 15 News/WMTV (an NBC News affiliate)






(COLUMBIA COUNTY, Wisconsin) - The Portage Police Department says two inmates escaped from the Columbia Correctional Institution Thursday morning, and are still on the run.

Both men have previously escaped from other institutions, before being transferred to Columbia Correctional, which is a maximum security prison.

Police said the two men are 37-year-old James Newman and 46-year-old Thomas Deering.

They are believed to be heading toward the Madison area.

James Newman is described as 5'9" and 190lbs with a goatee.

Thomas Deering is 6'0" and 200 lbs and is clean shaven.

Both men are considered extremely dangerous, the Wisconsin Department of Corrections stated, urging anyone with information about their whereabouts to call law enforcement immediately.

The Dane County SWAT team did respond to a home near DeForest in what the Sheriff's Office couldn't confirm as being connecting to the manhunt Thursday afternoon.

There were also reports of a heavy police presence near Lodi.

According to the Columbia County Sheriff's Office, it were alerted to the break-out around 5 a.m. and responded to the prison along with officers from the Portage Police Department.

Investigators brought in K-9s and drones to search the area around the prison, but could not locate them.

Their investigation indicated the pair escaped by climbing over a fence.

The suspects then reportedly went to a hotel, where they were picked up by a taxi and taken to Poynette.

The Sheriff's Office believes they had left the Portage area before the Sheriff's Office even knew it happened.

“Our goal and objective right now is to find these two inmates. We believe we are on their trail, we know they’re out of the area and we hope to find them," Columbia Co. Sheriff Roger Brandner said.
 
Brandner added that both men are "definitely dangerous," pointing to their criminal records and the fact they have both been in prison for a while.

Madison police spokesperson Joel DeSpain told NBC15,

"All officers and detectives are being provided the latest information on the suspects. Like other area law enforcement, we are on alert."

Police in Poynette have also said they are looking for the suspects there.

A gas station attendant in town said she saw police cars driving down Highway 51 around 6:30 a.m. with their sirens blaring.

The U.S. Marshal's Service and FBI have been called into to assist in the search.

According to online records, Deering was convicted of numerous charges in 2000 in Milwaukee County including kidnapping, three counts of second degree sexual assault, and burglary.

He has been on the sex offender registry since February 2001 following the sexual assault convictions.

He also was convicted of an escape charge in 2002 and a battery in prison charge in 2015.

Deering has been at Columbia Correctional Institution since 2003 after his previous escape from Waupun Correctional Facility.

He has also served time at Dodge and Green Bay Correctional facilities.

Also, according to online records, James Newman was found guilty of six charges of discharging a firearm in 2009 in Brown County.

And in 2012 in Jackson County, he was found guilty of three felonies including escape, kidnapping, and theft.

In July 2012, he escaped from a Supervised Living Facility in Jackson Co.
 
Columbia Correctional Institution opened in opened in 1986 and is on 110 acres of land.

There are ten maximum-security living units, each with 50 cells.

There's also one 150-bed, minimum-security unit.












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Re: THE "WHO CAUGHT A CASE TODAY" THREAD
« Reply #423 on: April 16, 2020, 09:51:35 pm »
Thursday, 16th April 2o2o
Missouri livestock farmer charged with killing Shawano County brothers
by Benita Mathew





(KINGSTON, Missouri) - A Missouri livestock rancher was bound over for trial Thursday on charges he killed two Shawano County brothers and hid their bodies.

Garland Nelson, 25, is charged with killing Nicholas Diemel, 35, and Justin Diemel, 24, from Shawano County and burning and burying their bodies on his farm to cover the crime, according to court documents filed in Caldwell County, Missouri.

The brothers own Diemel's Livestock in Navarino.



They went to Nelson's property to collect a $250,000 check from him for cattle he was taking care of, the documents say.

After his preliminary hearing was delayed several times, Nelson appeared in court via video Thursday and waived his right to the hearing.


His case was bound over for trial in Caldwell County Circuit Court, court records show.

In addition to two murder charges, Nelson is also charged with two counts each of armed criminal action, abandoning a corpse, tampering with evidence, and a single count of illegally possessing a firearm as a felon.



In 2016, Nelson was convicted in federal court of cattle fraud and sentenced to two years in prison for scamming his victims out of more than $262,000.


Family members of the brothers also filed a wrongful death lawsuit on November 26th seeking damages from Nelson, his mother, Tomme Feil, and J4s Farm Enterprises.

Nelson worked for J4s after his mother created the company in mid-2018.














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« Reply #424 on: April 16, 2020, 10:08:26 pm »
Friday, 17th April 2o2o
White guy posed as CDC employee to steal COVID-19 sample
by WKCRA (an NBC News affiliate)





The man accused of stealing a virus test sample from Sutter Davis Hospital allegedly impersonated a CDC employee to obtain the specimen.

According to a motion to deny bail filed by the Yolo County District Attorney’s Office, Shaun Moore walked into the hospital posing as a “federal employee from the Center for Disease Control” and gave staff his real name.

Moore allegedly said “he was there to pick up a sample of the COVID-19 virus.”

It just so happens that the hospital was expecting a courier that day from the California Department of Public Health to pick up a virus sample.

According to court documents, hospital staff thought Moore was that courier and gave the sample to him.

They later got suspicious when they noticed he “left the area on a bicycle.”

The staff’s suspicion was confirmed when “the actual courier arrived a few minutes later.”

Police said someone found the COVID-19 sample in a CVS shopping cart nearly five hours later.

The specimen was untampered, according to the Sutter Lab.

Sutter Health did not comment about security polices and instead released this statement:

“We take this situation very seriously. We are conducting our own internal investigation, as well as working closely with county officials and law enforcement on the matter."








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« Reply #425 on: April 18, 2020, 11:09:45 am »
Saturday, 18th April 2o2o
Connecticut Man Allegedly Breaks Into Closed Restaurant, Spends 4 Days Eating & Drinking Its Supplies
by Gabrielle Chung




A Connecticut man has been accused of breaking into a New Haven restaurant that had been closed due to COVID-19 pandemic and spending four days eating and drinking thousands of dollars’ worth of food and beverages.

Louis Angel Ortiz, 42, was arrested Tuesday morning after he was found asleep with a bottle of rum inside a downtown eatery, according to the New Haven Police Department.

Authorities said officers arrived on the scene around 11:30 a.m. in response to a report about a robbery in progress.



When investigators reviewed the restaurant’s surveillance system, they alleged that Ortiz had actually broken into the restaurant on Saturday.


Ortiz then “helped himself over the course of four days to the restaurant’s food, liquor, and beer,” the New Haven Police Department said in a statement shared on their Instagram.



Police said Ortiz also removed beverages and other items from the establishment during his stay.

According to authorities, restaurant management estimates Ortiz had consumed and stole several thousands of dollars’ worth of food and beverages — including 70 bottles of liquor.

The eatery has been identified as Soul De Cuba Café, a Cuban restaurant located on Crown Street, by the Hartford Courant.

The New Haven Police Department said the business had been closed and a manager’s routine check of the building led to the discovery.

Ortiz has been charged with burglary, larceny and criminal mischief in connection to the alleged incident, as well as failure to appear in court from an unrelated case, authorities said.

He was held in lieu of $12,500 bail at the New Haven Police Department Union Avenue Detention Center and transferred to an arraignment hearing in New Haven Superior Court on Wednesday.

Ortiz is currently being held at New Haven Correctional Center, according to online records.












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« Reply #426 on: April 20, 2020, 05:49:39 pm »
Monday, 20th April 2o2o
Westmoreland County homicide suspect arrested on Florida beach

by WTAE (an ABC News affiliate)





A man wanted in connection with a fatal shooting that happened in Arnold, Westmoreland County, on January 16th, was arrested by Jacksonville Beach police in Florida on Sunday morning.


Jacksonville Beach police arrested 30-year-old Mario Matthew Gatti while they were patrolling the beach, assuring everyone was adhering to the current beach rules.

Gatti was wanted for criminal homicide.

In the January shooting in Arnold, Michael Coover Jr., 33, of Brackenridge, was shot multiple times and pronounced dead at the scene on 17th Street.


Police said Gatti was loitering close to the dunes when he was taken into custody.

He was booked into the Duval County Jail as a fugitive from justice and additionally charged with giving false information to law enforcement.

















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« Reply #427 on: April 22, 2020, 09:10:36 am »
Wednesday, 22nd April 2o2o
Idaho white woman arrested at closed playground
by CBS News




An Idaho woman was arrested Tuesday after police say she was violating city orders by trespassing on a city playground that was closed to stop the spread of COVID-19.

CBS affiliate KBOI-TV reports that 40-year-old Sara Brady, of Meridian, was arrested and charged with one count of misdemeanor trespassing.

Following Brady's arrest, which was captured on social media, there were protests held at Meridian City Hall, KBOI reported.

Station KTVB reported that roughly 100 people protested. 

"I feel like I was singled out because I was the only person that was arrested," Brady told KBOI.

"I wasn't the only person standing on the bark. I definitely wasn't playing on the playground equipment. I wasn't swinging, never touched them. But yeah, I do feel like I was singled out and maybe it was because I asked too many questions."

Meridian police said they told a group of people gathered on the playground that they could move to the other areas of the park, KBOI reported.

The playground was wrapped with caution tape and signs indicated it was closed due to COVID-19. 

Police said they made several attempts to get Brady to follow the rules and she refused to comply.

"These are very trying times and the Meridian Police Department supports the public's right to assemble for peaceful protest, however the right does not include damaging public property or ignoring closures of City property and facilities," MPD said.

KBOI reports there were counter-protesters present at the protest at Meridian City Hall, including Jamsey McRoberts.

"I came here today to stand against the fact that people were gathering," McRoberts said.

"I want cities to open up. The governor, the mayor, the president, and everybody else should know that by social distancing we can still have normal lives."

Protesters continue to gather nationwide, demanding an end to "stay-at-home" orders.

Some governors are taking steps to ease the restrictions, even as virus cases and deaths rise. 

Idaho has recorded more than 1,750 virus cases and at least 48 deaths, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.

















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« Reply #428 on: April 25, 2020, 12:37:24 pm »
Saturday, 25th April 2o2o
Female ex-convict who impersonated FBI agent on online dating sites by posing with fake badge and a stolen gun gets three years in prison

by Snejana Farberov/Associated Press






A North Carolina woman with a long criminal history was sentenced to three years in federal prison for impersonating an FBI agent on online dating sites, and on a date.

Riane Leigh Brownlee, 39, who identified herself as Agent Alexandria Mancini, posed in a dating profile with a fake FBI badge and a stolen gun, the US Attorney's Office for the Western District of North Carolina said Thursday in a news release.

Photos from Brownlee's dating profile included in court documents as evidence exhibits show the brunette Monroe resident posing in different tops, but always displaying her fake badge, ID card and handgun.

According to court records, Brownlee's ex-husband found photos of hers masquerading as a federal agent on a dating site, WSOC-TV reported in June.


An acquaintance later told detectives that Brownlee met men online for sex and then stole their credit card numbers.


The day she got arrested in February 2019, she told a date she was working as an undercover agent in a drug case.

Brownlee later lied to the man that she had to keep her identity secret from local law enforcement because she was operating undercover.

Court records indicate that police recovered from the stolen vehicle Brownlee was driving a stolen loaded gun and a fake FBI identification badge bearing Brownlee’s photo and the name 'FBI Special Agent Alexandria Mancini.'



Brownlee's prior record includes felony convictions on charges of identity theft, felony worthless checks and possession of stolen motor vehicle.

Being a convicted felon, she is prohibited from possessing a firearm or ammunition.

'Her record paints a picture of a person who will not be stopped from stealing people´s identity and using falsehoods to get what she wants,' said Assistant US Attorney Steven Kaufmann.

Bronwlee's 37-month prison sentence will be followed by three years of supervised release.
 


















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« Reply #429 on: April 28, 2020, 10:21:52 am »
Tuesday, 28th April 2o2o
Murder, She Wrote
by FOX 12 Oregon





(PORTLAND, OR) – A romance novelist is accused of shooting and killing her chef husband to cash in on more $1.5 million in insurance claims and equity from their home, according to allegations in court documents released Monday in advance of a bail hearing for Nancy Crampton Brophy.

New court documents released Monday state Nancy Brophy had “numerous” life insurance policies taken out on Daniel Brophy, along with a worker’s compensation claim because he was killed at his workplace, that all totaled $1.15 million.

Detectives said Nancy Brophy acted as her own agent to sell herself those life insurance policies, according to court documents.


She was also the sole beneficiary.

Investigators said Nancy Brophy had expressed an interest in selling the couple’s home and traveling the world, however court documents state their bank accounts showed a “financial hardship lasting for several years." "Try financial hardship lasting decades!"


Court documents state Nancy Brophy paid $16,000 in insurance premiums in 2017, as the couple fell $6,000 behind in mortgage payments that same year.

Detectives said Nancy Brophy also spent more than $1,500 on firearms and gun components in less than two months.
 
According to court documents, in February 2018, detectives believe Nancy Brophy purchased a Glock 17 Gen4 gun at a gun show, then bought a Glock 17 slide and barrel on Ebay.


Detectives suspect that Nancy Brophy removed the original slide and barrel from the gun show gun, replaced it with the slide and barrel purchased on Ebay, shot her husband, then replaced the Ebay slide and barrel with the original.

“Thus being able to present a new, fully intact firearm to police that would not be a match to the shell casings left at the crime scene,” according to court documents.

Detectives have not recovered the slide and barrel purchased on Ebay.


Court documents state Nancy Brophy was a romance novelist who had written an article titled, “How to Murder Your Husband,” which detectives said included details about how she thinks about murder frequently and her knowledge of police procedure.

Additionally, Daniel and Nancy Brophy’s shared iTunes account included a saved article titled, “10 Ways to Cover Up a Murder,” according to court documents.

Investigators said Daniel Brophy was first shot in the back, and then again at close range.

There was no evidence of a struggle, according to court documents, and detectives said robbery did not appear to be a motive in this case.

















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« Reply #430 on: May 19, 2020, 09:59:29 am »
Tuesday, 19th May 2o2o
Massachusetts Doctor Charged In Wife's Death
by Carma Hassan




A Massachusetts doctor accused of killing his wife was arraigned on murder charges in court Monday.

Dr. Ingolf Tuerk allegedly confessed to choking his wife to death after an argument, according to the criminal complaint from the district court in Dedham, southwest of Boston.

Tuerk, who went by the nickname Harry, said he and his wife, Kathleen McLean, were consuming alcohol when they began to argue.

McLean allegedly hit him on the head with an object and "he reacted to that aggressive situation and choked Katie," the criminal complaint says.

Tuerk led police to McLean's body, which he allegedly confessed to placing in a pond near their home, and he may have placed a rock on top of her, police say in the documents.

Her body was recovered with several rocks in her pants, police say.

Tuerk was ordered held without bail Monday by a judge at Dedham District Court and ordered not to have contact with his wife's family.

McLean had obtained a restraining order against Tuerk in February after he allegedly cut her hand with scissors, slammed her to the floor and covered her nose and mouth with his hand until she passed out, court documents show.

Tuerk was arrested for violating the order two days later, according to records.

Last year, Tuerk agreed to pay $150,000 in a settlement agreement to resolve allegations he falsely billed the state's Medicaid program for "portions of surgical procedures that never took place and office visits that he did not attend or supervise," according to the state attorney general's office.

He was working as a medical doctor of urology at St. Elizabeth's Hospital at the time.

According to spokesman Patrick Lombardo with Steward Medical Group, which operates St. Elizabeth's Hospital,

"Dr. Tuerk has not seen or treated patients as part of Steward Medical Group for more than a year. He was formally terminated in February."

Tuerk's next court date is June 10th.




 










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« Reply #431 on: May 22, 2020, 07:40:45 am »
Friday, 22nd May 2o2o
BEASTIE BOY
by WBAL-TV (a NBC News affiliate)





(WILMINGTON, Delaware) — Police in Delaware have charged a man who's accused of sexually assaulting ponies at a Delaware equestrian center.

New Castle County police said an investigation started in February involving multiple reports of injured horses at the New Castle County Carousel Park and Equestrian Center, where staff on multiple occasions found ponies with cords tied around the legs just above the hoof.

In one incident, police said a 17-year-old mare's rear legs were injured and the animal had difficulty walking.

A similar incident involving a 20-year-old mare was reported in September 2019, police said.

She was found in the morning to have a cord tied around one of her rear legs, causing the pony to be in severe pain.

Police said detectives reviewed security video and saw a man enter the barn after midnight on the nights in question.

Detectives determined the same man was involved in the previous incidents.

On April 20th, police were called to report an assault on a 31-year-old mare.

Surveillance video showed the same man getting a feed bucket from the barn and entering the mare's stall, police said.

The man was observed tying up the rear legs of the mare, taking clothes off and sexually assaulting the horse, police said.

Detectives could not identify the man because he wore clothes to cover his face.

After the April incident, police enhanced the electronic surveillance equipment at the facility and began to conduct nightly surveillance.

Around 12:30 a.m. Thursday, detectives conducting surveillance of the stables observed a man looking into another pony's stall, police said.



The man then entered the stall and tied up the rear legs of the pony.

When the detectives entered the stall, they found Michael Riego hiding in the corner.

Riego, 31, was charged with two counts of felony bestiality and two counts of felony third-degree burglary.

Police said they anticipate more charges are possible.

All of the ponies were treated by an equine veterinarian and have resumed normal daily activities.

Police said detectives believe more animals could have been victimized.























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« Reply #432 on: May 23, 2020, 11:22:14 am »
Saturday, 23rd May 2o2o
Teen driver and passengers arrested after police chase and crash near Highway 6
by KBTX-TV/Josh Ninke





(COLLEGE STATION, Texas) - A teenage driver was arrested Friday night after a police chase and crash near Southwest Parkway and Highway 6.


Two passengers were also taken into custody.

According to authorities, officers tried to stop a vehicle near Wellborn Road and Cain Road after a pickup truck nearly hit a police car.


The driver, Troy Compton, 17, refused to pull over.

Police say Compton was driving more than 90 mph through residential streets.

After a few minutes, the truck crashed because Compton took a wide turn onto the feeder road.



He was arrested and charged with evading arrest, driving while intoxicated, and possession of a controlled substance.

Garrett Brown, 20, was also arrested and charged with tampering with evidence.



Authorities say he threw a pack of beer out of the window during the chase.

The front passenger and owner of the pickup, Reid Johnson, 17, was taken into custody and charged with public intoxication.

He reportedly encouraged Compton to run from the police.


























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« Reply #433 on: May 23, 2020, 12:40:44 pm »
Saturday, 23rd May 2o2o
Creampie filled Cup Cakes
by Matthew Allen




A Louisiana teacher and her law enforcement husband have four separate lawsuits against them for allegedly providing tainted treats to middle school students.

Cynthia Perkins, 35, and Dennis Perkins, 44, are accused of serving baked goods containing bodily fluids to students at Westside Junior High School in Livingston Parish east of Baton Rouge city.

The two are in jail on several charges stemming from sexual abuse, according to The Daily Mail.


Both were slapped with a civil complaint in May, claiming that Cynthia Perkins served students cupcakes that were cooked with the semen of her husband, a former sheriff’s deputy, in 2018 and 2019.

The complaint also stated that Cynthia Perkins showed sexually explicit photos to a female student and took inappropriate photos with said student.

This is the fourth such civil suit filed against the couple since November 2019.

The complaining parties cited that students and parents are suffering from depression and mental stress since the incident.

The Perkinses are being held without bail after being arrested for a photograph of the two posing in nude with a minor.

The arrest came in October of 2019 after the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children received a tip.

Dennis Perkins is facing 78 felony counts.


Cynthia Perkins faces 72 felony counts.

The charges include sexual battery, rape, attempted rape, producing child pornography, obscenity and video voyeurism.

Dennis Perkins, who was head of SWAT at the time of his arrest, was fired by the sheriff’s office.

Cynthia resigned as a teacher from Westside Junior High School on the day of her arrest.

A date for their trial has yet to be set.














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« Reply #434 on: May 25, 2020, 06:10:13 am »
Monday, 25th May 2o2o
Tinder Loving Care
by ABC12/WJRT (an ABC News affiliate)





(LAYTON, Utah) — A Utah man was arrested Sunday on suspicion of murder after police say he told authorities he killed a 25-year-old woman he had met on the popular dating app Tinder.

Ethan Hunsaker, 24, called 911 early Sunday to report he'd killed someone inside a home in Layton, the Layton Police Department said in a prepared statement.

When officers responded to the home, they found a woman lying on the floor with multiple stab wounds to her torso.

Emergency workers tried to resuscitate her, but she died of her injuries at the scene.

The woman's name was not immediately released.

The police department said the man who called 911 reported that he had met the woman on the dating application Tinder late Saturday night.

Officials said the motive is still under investigation, but the attack appears to have been unprovoked.

Police arrested Hunsaker on suspicion of first degree murder.

He was being held in the Davis County Jail.

It wasn’t immediately clear if Hunsaker has obtained an attorney and he could not be reached for comment.



















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