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Jonathan Babineaux was arrested after a traffic stop in Georgia

​Atlanta Falcons defensive tackle Jonathan Babineaux was arrested in a traffic stop last night, charged with marijuana possession and intent to distribute.

A Gwinnett County, Georgia officer pulled over Babineaux and another man — 25-year-old Aaron Robinson
Minneapolis — then smelled pot. A search of the Cadillac Escalade revealed three bags containing a total of 40 grams.

But while possession seems clear, the distribution charge is a little hard to buy…


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Trust us, young ladies: This will always come back to haunt you.

Tuesday morning’s Breakfast Reading from around the Village Voice Empire:

Sexting to the Super Creepy Extreme
Geovany Alarcon wanted young sexting partner to send him pictures of her molesting a even younger girl.

Limo Drags Body a Mile Past Police Station
Woman was involved in a drug beef with the victim, so she ran her over.

Colton Harris-Moore’s Accomplice Cheers Him On
The celebrated boy bandit’s friend urges him to not turn himself in.


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William Thalley first told police the boy was winged in a drive-by shooting

Friday morning’s Breakfast Reading from around the Village Voice Empire:

The Family Affair Robbery Spree

William Farag and Nadia Redoble take kids, ages 6 and 4, along in their robberies of three stores.
Fort Bend Pot Follies
The stoners of this Texas county could really use a refresher course in making decent excuses for police.
The Bad Screenwriter
William Thalley can’t get his story straight about why he shot his 3-year-old son.


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James Garnder still doesn’t understand exactly why his 13-year-old daughter died.

​It was a warm summer night when James Gardner dropped off his daughter Elyxis at her friend’s house for a sleepover. “You better be a good girl,” he said to her.

“Don’t worry,” the 13-year-old replied.
He sat in his car and waited until Elyxis was safely inside her friend’s house. A maintenance worker at the Wind River Casino in Wyoming, Gardner had always been an overprotective father. He seldom let Elyxis out of his sight and never let her sleep over with friends…


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Colton Harris-Moore is a one-kid crime wave, even stealing airplanes

Monday morning’s Breakfast Reading from around the Village Voice Empire:

Colton Harris-Moore, the Elusive Kid Bandit
Seattle Weekly takes an in-depth look at the boy criminal police can’t seem to catch.

Don’t Eat that Weed
Motorist tries to eat joint in front of cop. Bad idea.

The Grim Sleeper Sketch
Police release drawing of the serial killer responsible for murdering 11 people in Los Angeles since 1985.


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An autopsy shows Cathouse star Brooke Phillips and three others were murdered execution style

Reader Nate responds to Brooke Phillips’ Murder Suspect David Allen Tyner Arrested in Arson Slaying of Four:

“I dont understand why everyone has to jump to conclusions when the man
hasnt even been tried. I remember David aka byrd from wrestling we
didnt go to the same school but we hung out at wrestling tournaments
all over the state. He was a good guy then and I still believe he is a
good guy.

“A lot of people lose their paths but Byrd is not the type of
person that would do this its sad to see a person that you know be
charged with this type of crime. I pray for him and his family and that
the truth does come out for those that died as well.”


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Drug addled asshole Kenny Tamon Jackson beat his son for wearing the wrong gang colors

Saturday morning’s Breakfast Reading from around the Village Voice Empire:

Seattle Surgeon Hires Hit Man
Michael Mockovak tried to get the Russian Mafia to whack his business partner.

Are Florida Kids More Violent?
Or are Florida courts? 70 percent of the nation’s juveniles serving life for non-murder offenses are from Florida.

4-Year-Old Wore Wrong Gang Colors
Kenny Tamon Jackson gets only time served for beating his 4-year-old for wearing the wrong gang colors. See our original story here.


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Eduardo Ravelo: A prolific hit man who murdered his way to the top

​He’s wanted for racketeering, drug peddling, extortion and murder. He’s accused of being a boss of the Barrio Aztecas in El Paso, 3,500-man strong gang specializing in murder-for-hire for Mexico’s drug cartels. And he’s believed to be hiding just across the Texas border in Juarez.

But though he’s listed among the FBI’s 10 Most Wanted Fugitives, the agency can’t seem to catch him. He’s believed to have even had plastic surgery and altered his fingerprints to avoid arrest.

Agents say Eduardo Ravelo is lives quietly and modestly with his wife and children, which has made his capture especially hard. But if you believe prosecutors, he’s also a one man crime wave…


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Rapist Michael Clemmons personifies the dumb jock

Tuesday morning’s Breakfast Reading from around the Village Voice Empire:

Ever Heard of This Thing Called Evidence?
Three Santa Ana City College football players plead guilty to raping drunk woman… and taping the crime.

The Edinburg, Texas Pot for Inmates Program
Police send truckload of bananas to prison — with 25 pounds of marijuana included.

Murder by Clock
Kira Roueche is accused of beating a man to death with a clock.


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Michael Noyer: Leaving your unemployment check at the scene of your burglary is estimated to make it 147 percent more likely you’ll be caught

In today’s episode of The Beginner’s Guide to Crime, we introduce you to the concept of not getting caught. Though a basic proposition to the advanced criminal, it remains a rather elusive idea for remedial practitioners of the trade:

That would include Michael Noyer of Manchester, New Hampshire. Last week, police were called to an apartment where someone had broken in and was burglarizing a young girl’s bedroom. The father went to investigate and found Noyer hiding behind a door.

Dad apparently had not kept current on his Bally’s membership; Noyer managed to flee. But the bad guy left behind an important clue in tracing his whereabouts: A day planner, which included a handy unemployment check bearing his identity…

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