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Teacher Suspended After Beating Student for Half an Hour

A middle-school teacher from Kumamoto has received the shockingly light punishment of a one-month suspension after beating a student for a grueling 35 minutes, the student being substantially wounded psychologically rather than physically. The 57-year-old teacher became enraged after seeing a student laughing with a friend instead of copying from the blackboard, believing the student […]
Tags: School, Japan, Crime, Teachers, Anime, Kumamoto, Corporal Punishment, Schoolboys

What elements make up our idea of justice?

How can we ensure people get what they are due, in terms of justice?Philosophy professor at University of Arizona, David Schmidtz says the answer to this question needs context. Who is the person we're referring to, and to what are we responding?Some elements of justice include equality, returning favors, and the right to air grievances.
Tags: Politics, Crime, Justice, Parenting, Children, Democracy, Life, Society, United States, Innovation, Speech, Inequality, Criminal Justice, University of Arizona David Schmidtz

Sheriff: Hit-And-Run Suspect Found Tied To Telephone Pole At Scene Of Alleged Crime

CALAVERAS COUNTY (CBS13) — Deputies say a man who struck a person with his vehicle and drove away was found hours later tied to a telephone pole at the scene of the crime. The incident happened last Friday around 4:30 p.m in Valley Springs. The Calaveras County Sheriff’s office said 29-year-old Thomas Bechtold was arguing with 47-year-old James Leslie at the intersection of Nall Street and Westhill Road. Bechtold reportedly got into his vehicle and hit Leslie, knocking him unconscious. Bechtold ...
Tags: Crime, News, Local, Leslie, Hit And Run, James Leslie, Bechtold, Calaveras County Sheriff's Office, Valley Springs The Calaveras County, Thomas Bechtold, Nall Street, Westhill Road Bechtold, North Lake Tahoe Area Burglaries Three, Calaveras County Jail Anyone

Texas Teen Arrested for Threatening to Spread COVID-19: “If I’m Going Down, All You Motherf**kers Are Going Down!”

Texas police have arrested 18-year-old Lorraine Maradiaga after she posted a video on Snapchat claiming to be intentionally spreading the COVID-19 virus, according to new reports. “I’m here at Walmart about to infest every motherf**ker,” she says in one of the social media posts. “Because if I’m going down, all you motherf**kers are going down.” Throughout her many posts, Maradiaga is seen coughing and claiming that she was infected with the virus that is causing a worldwide pandemic, as well...
Tags: Videos, Wtf, Texas, Crime, News, Social Media, Walmart, Snapchat, Jazz, Arrested, Carrollton, Denton County Jail, SMH, Really, That's What You Get, Stupid Kids

Have You Seen Ellie? Stockton Police Search For Puppy Taken During Burglary

STOCKTON (CBS13) —   Stockton police are asking for the public’s help finding a French Bulldog puppy that was taken during a residential burglary on Monday.  Police say “Ellie,” a 20-week-old female French Bulldog, was taken during a burglary Monday morning. The dog has a distinct blue tint in the corner of her left eye. If you’ve seen her or know where she may be, please contact the non-emergency number at 937-8377 or Detective Shaffer 937-8585.
Tags: Crime, News, Local, Stockton, Shaffer, Ellie, Stockton News, Stolen Dog

WATCH: Police Officer Arrested for Beating His Girlfriend Has Uniform Cut Off While in Handcuffs

Back in February, a New Mexico cop resigned after being arrested for beating his girlfriend, and a video taken at the time has now surfaced that shows the arresting officers cutting his police uniform off while he was handcuffed. 31-year-old Jeffrey Wharton was greeted by a group of armed Rio Rancho Police officers when he arrived at the station in full uniform, but rather than going about his workday, he was arrested with a felony warrant. The charges stemmed from a severe beating the former...
Tags: Videos, Crime, News, Handcuffs, Domestic Violence, Jazz, New Mexico, University of New Mexico, Wharton, Bad Cops, COVID, Jeffrey Wharton, Rio Rancho Police, Officer Jeffrey Wharton

Federal judge rejects R. Kelly’s coronavirus get out of jail request

A federal judge today denied a request that accused serial sexual abuser R. Kelly be released from jail, rejecting claims by his lawyers that he is at high risk of contracting COVID-19. READ THE DECISION: [PDF] The judge said they failed to prove their client is no longer “a flight risk or a danger to the community.” 'At least 2' workers at the jail have reportedly tested positive for coronavirus. From reporting by Marina Fang for HuffPo: On Tuesday, U.S. District Judge Ann Donnelly reje...
Tags: Post, Crime, News, Prison, Justice, Entertainment, Law, Chicago, Jail, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Criminals, Mcc, R Kelly, Marina Fang, Kelly, Chicago Sun Times

Leonard ‘Nipper’ Read obituary

Metropolitan police detective who brought the Kray twins to justicePosted to Leman Street in the East End of London in 1964, the police detective Leonard “Nipper” Read, who has died aged 95, was asked whether there was any reason he should not head a team to look into the activities of the Kray twins, Reggie and Ronnie. He was justifiably annoyed at the implication that he might be on their payroll.In the event his inquiry at that stage was unsuccessful: with witnesses reluctant to give evidence...
Tags: London, Crime, Police, UK News, Read, Nottingham, Boxing, Metropolitan Police, Reggie, Leonard, Kray, Nipper, East End of London, Ronnie He, Leman Street, Leonard `` Nipper

Scam coronavirus testing drive-thru sites reported

This news segment from WSAV-TV in Savannah, Georgia, reports on fraudulent coronavirus tests being hawked at pop-up drive-through sites. Both worried patients and medicaid are being defrauded. [Taylor Durden WSAV-TV] Broadway Metro Council President David James says it's a scam. [Tara Bassett, Activist] If they're your insurance was not on the list ... they charged them two hundred and forty dollars. [Durden] There are two companies running these BXK Marketing and Community Outreach Market...
Tags: Post, Video, Florida, Crime, News, Broadway, Fox News, David James, Paul Graham, LLC, Savannah Georgia, Durden, Rona, WSAV TV, Taylor Durden, Broadway Metro Council

Sheared fire hydrant erupts on Valley street

A truck driver sheared a fire hydrant Sunday in Sylmar before fleeing the scene, leaving a high-pressure geyser on Olive View Drive near the 210 Freeway. Los Angeles firefighters and LA Department of Water and Power employees work Sunday, April 5, 2020, on shutting off a fire hydrant sheared off by a tractor trailer on Olive View Drive near the 210 Freeway in Sylmar. The driver fled, but passers-by took a video of the rig and turned it over to LA police. (Photo by Mike Meadows/Special to the...
Tags: Crime, News, California, La, Sport, Traffic, Soccer, Local News, San Pedro, Valley, Los Angeles Daily News, Sylmar, LADWP, USNS Mercy, LAFD, Mike Meadows

DUI Suspect Arrested For Evading Police, Crashing Into Multiple Cars On I-80

CITRUS HEIGHTS (CBS13) — Police say a DUI suspect was arrested Monday evening after prompting a chase and crashing into multiple vehicles, including a patrol car. Citrus Heights police say the incident began around 6:15 p.m. when they received a call about a man passed out inside his vehicle at the Stones Gambling Hall parking lot. READ: Police Investigating After 2 Adults Found Dead With Gunshot Wounds In South Sacramento When officers tried to make contact with the man, he reportedly drove off...
Tags: Crime, News, Local, South Sacramento, Police Chase, Citrus Heights Police Department, Stones Gambling Hall, Interstate 80 Police

YNW Melly Says He’s Dying From Coronavirus in Prison, Begs Judge for Early Release

Incarcerated rapper YNW Melly is begging a judge to release him from prison because he feels like he’s dying from coronavirus. The Florida rapper’s attorney, Bradford Cohen, recently filed court docs claiming the Florida rapper, who is behind bars while awaiting his double murder trial and recently tested positive for coronavirus, is having trouble breathing and suffering from severe chills, headaches and body aches. Cohen said in the court docs, obtained by TMZ, that Melly currently weighs 114 ...
Tags: Florida, Celebs, Crime, Hip Hop, Pop Culture, Jazz, Cohen, Melly, Broward County Jail, Bradford Cohen, YNW Melly, YNW Juvy, Bortlen, Coronavirus, COVID-19, CDC Melly

Domestic Violence Suspect Arrested After Standoff, Exchanging Fire With Deputies

MURPHYS (CBS13) — Calaveras County sheriff’s deputies say a 48-year-old man is in custody after an hours-long standoff on El Camino Casale Road Saturday night. According to the sheriff’s office, deputies were called out to the residence after a reported domestic violence incident Saturday night around 9:16 p.m. Responding deputies saw a man with a shotgun in the residence and made contact with the suspect. After speaking with the suspect, deputies say a woman left the house as the suspect, 48-ye...
Tags: Crime, News, South Sacramento, Calaveras County, Deputy-involved Shooting, Calaveras County Sheriff's Office, El Camino Casale Road, Alexander Koorkoff, Koorkoff

Police Investigating After 2 Adults Found Dead With Gunshot Wounds In South Sacramento

SOUTH SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Police are investigating after two adults were found dead with gunshot wounds Monday morning in South Sacramento. According to a press release from the Sacramento Police Department, officers responded to the 5500 block of Wardell Way around 10:15 a.m. Monday after a call for medical aid. The officers found two adults with gunshot wounds who were pronounced dead by fire personnel. READ: Police: Women Suspected Of Firing Pellet Gun At Officers Homicide detectives have ta...
Tags: Crime, News, Sacramento, South Sacramento, Sacramento Police Department, South Sacramento News, Death Investigation, Wardell Way

Police: Thieves Crashed Stolen Semi-Truck Into ATM And Took Off With Machine

SUISUN CITY (CBS13) — Suisun City Police say thieves stole an ATM in the 700 block of Sunset Avenue early Monday morning. According to police, officers responded to an ATM alarm around 3:30 a.m. Monday. Through their investigation, police learned a semi-truck that was reported stolen out of Oakdale had crashed into the ATM. A forklift was also reported stolen. READ: Police: Women Suspected Of Firing Pellet Gun At Officers With help from the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Office, police say the ATM ...
Tags: Crime, News, Modesto, Suisun City, Oakdale, Stanislaus County Sheriff s Office, Sunset Avenue, Suisun City Police Department, Suisun City Police, Modesto News, Oakdale News, stolen ATM

Chico DeBarge’s Son Dontae Stabbed to Death in Los Angeles, Was Reportedly Homeless

R&B singer Chico DeBarge is mourning the loss of his 35-year-old son, Dontae Anderson-DeBarge, who died after a fatal stabbing in Los Angeles last week. Police confirmed they found a 35-year-old man dying on the street Thursday (Apr. 2) with multiple stab wounds. Officers said they tried to perform CPR on the victim, who they declared homeless, but he couldn’t be resuscitated. The Los Angeles Police Department said in a statement: “Per Sgt. Fisher, Van Nuys Area Watch Commander, a homicide occur...
Tags: Facebook, Music, Celebs, Murder, Crime, California, Stabbing, Los Angeles, Chicago, Pop Culture, Jazz, Philadelphia, Anderson, Tyler Perry, Los Angeles Police Department, Debarge

In move to combat coronavirus spread, California judicial bosses order zero bail for low-level crimes

The California Judicial Council, in an emergency meeting Monday, set bail for all misdemeanors and low-level felonies at “zero dollars” because of the dangers posed by the coronavirus in crowded jails. The council, which is the policymaker for the state’s Superior Court system, decided violent crimes would not be eligible for the temporary bail reduction, which takes effect no later than 5 p.m. April 13. The bail measure was one of 11 emergency orders issued by the council Monday as the state st...
Tags: Crime, News, California, Government, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Courts, Breaking News, California Supreme Court, Orange County, Public Safety, Superior Court, Orange County Superior Court, LA Zoo, Bronx Zoo

Police: Women Suspected Of Firing Pellet Gun At Officers

STOCKTON (CBS13) — Two women were arrested early Monday morning after reportedly firing a pellet gun at a police vehicle. According to Stockton Police, a patrol unit was on Monticello Drive around 5:33 a.m. when a vehicle drove by and fired shots from a pellet gun at officers. A pellet struck the vehicle and nearly hit an officer. READ: San Joaquin County Inmate Found In Possession Of Meth During Search Officers then pulled over the vehicle and arrested both occupants, 46-year-old Abbie Rose and...
Tags: Crime, News, Local, San Joaquin County, Stockton Police, Stockton Police Department, Rose, Abbie Rose, Monticello Drive, Amy Wulbern, Wulbern

San Joaquin County Inmate Found In Possession Of Meth During Search

SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY (CBS13) — A San Joaquin County inmate is facing additional felony charges after 5.4 grams of meth were found in her cell on Saturday. Inmate Amber Austin was arrested in Ripon last week on charges of possessing a stolen vehicle after a license plate reader detected the vehicle. Austin also had an outstanding warrant at the time of her arrest. According to the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Officer, Custody Officers found the methamphetamine in a cell during a routine search on S...
Tags: Crime, News, Austin, San Joaquin County, Ripon, San Joaquin County News, Inmate Austin

Burglar Forces Old Woman to Feed Him, Gives Her Masks in Return

A man in Hokkaido was accused of breaking into an old woman’s home, stealing her money and making her feed him, before giving her 10 masks as an apology. An 88-year-old woman in the Hokkaido town of Iwamizawa found a man in his 50s or 60s barging into her home through an unlocked back door […]
Tags: Food, Japan, Crime, Theft, Bizarre, Anime, Old People, Hokkaido, Iwamizawa

Nicola Sturgeon reveals she asked chief medical officer to resign

Catherine Calderwood’s breach of lockdown harmed public confidence, says first ministerNicola Sturgeon has disclosed she asked Scotland’s chief medical officer to resign on Sunday night after realising her breaches of lockdown regulations were damaging public confidence.The first minister told reporters on Monday she reversed her earlier decision to publicly defend Catherine Calderwood after it became clear later on Sunday that the CMO’s position was untenable. Continue reading...
Tags: Politics, Crime, Scotland, CMO, UK News, Nicola Sturgeon, Catherine Calderwood, Coronavirus outbreak

Ex-detective who preyed on women given suspended sentence to care for son

Judge hears that Stuart Lunt, who admitted misconduct, must look after child during lockdownA former detective constable who admitted inappropriate contact with women he met in the course of his duties has been given a suspended sentence after a judge heard that no one else could care for his one-year-old child during the coronavirus lockdown.Stuart Lunt, 36, from Appley Bridge, Wigan, exploited the women’s trust and attempted to form sexual relationships with them, and did so with one woman, Li...
Tags: Crime, Police, UK News, Liverpool, Greater Manchester, North Of England, Stuart Lunt, Appley Bridge Wigan

The Judges’ And Prosecutors’ Dilemma

For some, this is truly a matter of life and death.
Tags: Crime, Law, Courts, Toni Messina, Criminal Defense Attorneys, Coronavirus

Iyanna Mayweather Reportedly Stabbed NBA YoungBoy’s Baby Mama Because She Was Losing the Fight, Injuries Required Emergency Surgery

New details have emerged about the stabbing incident that sent NBA YoungBoy’s baby mama to the hospital and his fiancée, Iyanna Mayweather, to jail. According to The Blast, police were called around 7:00 p.m. Friday evening (Apr. 3) for a disturbance at YoungBoy’s Texas home. When officers arrived on the scene, they were informed that Iyanna Mayweather, daughter of famed pro boxer Floyd Mayweather, and the mother of NBA YoungBoy’s child had become involved in a verbal altercation that at some po...
Tags: Celebs, Texas, Crime, Instagram, Law, Stabbing, Nba, Pop Culture, Jazz, Floyd Mayweather, Jacobs, Yaya, Mayweather, Harris County Jail, NBA YoungBoy, Youngboy

Belfast shooting: three men arrested

Suspects questioned on Saturday in connection with murder of man outside houseThree men have been arrested in Belfast in connection with the murder of a man in the north of the city earlier on Saturday.The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) said the three suspects were taken to Musgrave Street police station in central Belfast for questioning on Saturday evening. Continue reading...
Tags: Crime, UK News, Northern Ireland, Gun crime, Belfast, Musgrave Street

Crackdown coming for those flying drones near the USNS Mercy

Authorities are sending a message to those with thoughts of getting aerial footage of the USNS Mercy by flying their drones at the Port of Los Angeles: Don’t do it. Due to security restrictions around military vessels issued by the Federal Aviation Administration and the Department of Defense, unmanned aircraft are not allowed within 3,000 feet laterally and 2,000 feet vertically of the ship, which docked last week at the port and began treating non-COVID-19 patients. The City of Los Angeles als...
Tags: Crime, News, Navy, Los Angeles, Department Of Defense, Sport, Soccer, United States, Drones, Port Of Los Angeles, Faa, Federal Aviation Administration, San Pedro, Department, U S Navy, TFR

Floyd Mayweather’s Daughter Iyanna Arrested for Allegedly Stabbing NBA YoungBoy’s Baby Mama

Floyd Mayweather’s 19-year-old daughter Iyanna (aka “Money YaYa”) has been arrested for felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after she allegedly stabbed NBA YoungBoy’s baby mama during a confrontation over the rapper, TMZ reports. Authorities said NBA YoungBoy and one of his many baby mamas, Lapattra Lashai Jacobs, were at the rapper’s home early Saturday morning (Apr. 4) when Iyanna Mayweather showed up and told Jacobs she was YoungBoy’s fiancée and Jacobs should leave the house immed...
Tags: Celebs, Crime, Hip Hop, Nba, Pop Culture, Jazz, Floyd Mayweather, Jacobs, Houston Texas, Authorities, Yaya, Harris County Jail, NBA YoungBoy, Iyanna Mayweather, Iyanna, Iyanna aka Money YaYa

To ease coronavirus load on E.R.s, L.A. County Fire launches telemedicine program for ‘mildly ill’ people

Hoping to free up emergency departments as much as possible during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Los Angeles County Fire Department announced the launch of a telemedicine program designed to assist mildly-ill patients, authorities said this week. The program allows firefighters and paramedics to assist the patients remotely by connecting them with an advanced provider – either a nurse or nurse practitioner – to evaluate patients by video conference, Battalion Chief Roland Sprewell said Friday, Apri...
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UK phone masts attacked amid 5G-coronavirus conspiracy theory

Police investigate possible arson attacks as officials reject rumours that 5G causes Covid-19Coronavirus – latest UK updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThree recent mobile phone mast fires around the UK are being investigated as possible arson, amid concerns that people are attacking telecoms infrastructure because of a conspiracy theory linking 5G technology to the spread of coronavirus.The mayor of Liverpool, Joe Anderson, also revealed he had received threats relating to the “bizarre” the...
Tags: UK, Technology, Crime, UK News, Liverpool, Telecoms, Northern Ireland, Belfast, Birmingham, Joe Anderson, 5g, Coronavirus outbreak