Back in 2014, Caplan was off duty and driving with his wife when a 24-year-old woman named Lori Annab cut him off, as he claims. So, in response, Caplan pulled up next to her, asked his wife to lean back in her seat, then pointed his gun at Annab and shot her. Though struck in the head, Annab managed to pull over and call 911, and ultimately survived the near-fatal injury.
Brent Wayne Justice, 54, was convicted Monday on three counts of producing and one count of producing “crush” videos in which Justice’s co-defendant, Ashley Nicole Richards, slowly hacked apart dogs, cats, and other animals for paying customers.
Breakfast reading from the Voice Media Empire: Prosecutors say Brammeier made his displeasure with co-resident Timothy Gomez over the drug transaction clear by bludgeoning him with a Mag-Lite flashlight. He left the scene, then returned long enough to steal all the money in the dying man’s pockets. Westword has the story.
Breakfast reading from the Voice Media Empire: Speaking from the hospital, the victim told investigators that Ponds had parked on the course even though he was done with his round — and when he was encouraged to move, he freaked out, using the tools at his disposal to wreak his vengeance on the links. Westword has the story.
Former border vigilante Chris Simcox probably won’t be getting any Father’s Day cards in jail, judging from the testimony of three of his daughters on Monday, during the Minuteman Project co-founder’s ongoing trial on six counts of child molestation and furnishing pornography to minors.
Two of the daughters who took the stand are under the age of 10. Both are his children with ex-wife Alena Simcox; one of them alleges sexual abuse. The third daughter is an adult, his child from a previous marriage, who alleges that Simcox molested her on three different occasions when she was young.
In addition, the jury heard from another girl under 10: a playmate of Simcox’s younger daughters, who alleges that Simcox bribed her with candy to show him her privates.
It was a horrific crime, witnessed by many.
A man picked up, threw down and fatally beat a small dog that had escaped from his minivan in Los Angeles’ Little Tokyo, near the downtown Arts District, police said.
Breakfast reading from the Voice Media Empire: Moya was pulled over at a gas station, and when he asked if he could go inside to pay for fuel, an officer said okay — but then learned he was a wanted man. What followed was an exchange of gunfire in which both shooters were hit, although one more seriously than the other. Westword has the story.