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Brittany BellBARTLESVILLE, OK — Police have arrested 27-year-old Brittany Bell after her 3-month-old daughter was found dead in her home being eaten by roaches.

Police were initially called to Bell’s apartment on Jan 8, on a report of a dead infant. When they arrived, Bell told the officers she had put her baby, Alice, in her crib and came back a while later to find her dead.

She then changed her story, telling the officers she thought that it was possible that her 18-month-old twins may have accidentally smothered Alice. She said she fell asleep while watching a movie and that the twins may have killed the baby by sitting on her.

The Medical Examiner’s Office performed an autopsy and listed the cause of death as sudden unexplained infant death, with the manner of death undetermined. It was also noted that abrasions found on the baby’s head and legs were caused by the roaches feeding on the baby’s corpse.

“I can conclude that she laid the baby on the floor and fell asleep without waking during which time Alice may have been suffocated by one or both of her twins or became distressed due to the surface of the floor and suffocated,” Investigator Jim Warring stated in the affidavit. …

Taylor FastFESTUS, MO – Police have arrested 21-year-old Taylor Fast, and are looking for Fast’s boyfriend, after her 17-month old daughter was found beat to death.

Police say they were called to Fast’s home Sunday morning after the mother called to report her daughter, Layla, had been bitten by a spider the night before and was now unconscious.

When police arrived at the home, they found the girl dead and quickly realized that Fast’s story was complete bullshit. Layla had bruises to her face and neck, bruises all over her body, and had been dead for several hours.

“I’ve been a policeman for 32 years and this is the worst case of child abuse I have ever seen,” Festus Police Chief Tim Lewis said. “Nothing even comes close to this. This child looked like a situation, say if a child was involved in a car accident. It was horrible.”

According to Roche Madden from Fox 2 St, Louis, the little girl’s face had been smashed in.

They also found that Layla’s 3-year-old brother was suffering from a broken leg and cried every time he tried to stand on it.…

Annika McKenzieHEMPSTEAD, NY – A middle school teacher was sent to the hospital after she had the shit kicked out of her by the mother of one of her students.

The incident happened on Wednesday at Alverta B. Gray Schultz Middle School, when 34-year-old Annika McKenzie showed up to the school and waited outside of Catherine Engelhardt’s classroom.

When Engelhadt showed up, the two got into a conversation about an “incident earlier in the day.” According to McKenzie’s attorney, that incident involved the teacher putting her hands on McKenzie’s 12-year-old daughter.

Engelhardt reportedly refused to talk to McKenzie and instructed her to get a security pass. Police say what followed next was the teacher being shoved against the wall, placed in a headlock and thrown to the floor.

She was then kicked and punched by several students, including McKenzie’s 14-year-old niece. McKenzie then allegedly choked the teacher unconscious.

Another teacher was able to break up the melee, and Engelhardt was rushed to the hospital. She has since been released and is recovering at home.…

State Of The Site For April 2015

April 17, 2015 at 1:48 pm by  

2015-04-17_133011HERE, NOW – I haven’t done this in a while, but I figured this would be a good day to give everyone an update on the site, and why there have been a lack of stories.

In a nutshell, real life has just gotten in the way. It happens on occasion. Not just with me, but also with a couple of people who continue to help me keep this place running. It was a perfect storm, of sorts, that left the site in a semi-inactive state.

The thing is, it’s gonna get a tad worse before it gets any better as I will be on vacation for the last week of April. I won’t be completely on point until the first week of May. The others will also be freed up by then, or shortly after, so DD should quickly get back to normal (whatever the hell that is) after that.

I also plan on refocusing on a couple of things I’ve ranted about for a decade. I will be getting a couple of new writers and finishing up the t-shirt project I was almost done with before things got in the way.…

Alexis KeslarYUMA, AZ – Well here’s a story to start off your day. Two 18-month-old twins drowned in a canal after their mother let go of their stroller to fend off a bee.

Alexis Keslar was pushing her twin sons, Silas and Eli Keslar, along a canal Friday when she let go of the stroller’s handle to swat at a bee. This caused the stroller to roll away from her and into the canal.

Keslar immediately jumped in to try and save her sons, who were both belted into the stroller, but the strong current washed the stroller away from her. She managed to climb back out an called for help.

Even after the canal’s water level was lowered and the flow reduced, it still took emergency workers an hour to find the boys. They were flown to the hospital where they were both pronounced dead.

According to Lt. Don Willits, the incident has been determined to be an accident and no charges are expected to be filed.

Yuma police said the paths along the canal are popular with joggers and bicyclists, adding that people often underestimate the speed of the canal’s current and how deep the water can be.…

Martin Alvarado JrCICERO, IL – Police have charged 23-year-old Martin Alvarado Jr. with fatally beating his girlfriend’s 18-month-old after the child urinated on him during a diaper change.

Police were called to a home on Thursday where Alvarado was caring for his girlfriend’s son. The boy was found unresponsive and taken to the hospital where he would be pronounced dead.

An autopsy was conducted the following day  and the boy’s death was ruled a homicide after it was discovered the boy had died of multiple blunt force injuries from child abuse.

Alvarado was questioned and revealed ha had been in the process of changing the toddler’s diaper when the boy urinated on Alvarado. According to investigators, Alvarado became so mad that he repeatedly hit the boy.

Police arrested Alvarado and charged him with first-degree murder. On Monday he was ordered held without bail until his next court appearance on April 28.

The Illinois Department of Children and Family Services said they have had prior contact with the family, but would not elaborate. …

Michelle SchwabCLEVELAND, OH – Police have charged Michelle Schwab with misdemeanor child endangerment after her 2-year-old fell 10 feet into the cheetah exhibit at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo.

The incident happened over the weekend as the 38-year-old mother of three was holding a small child in one arm and her 2-year-old in the other while at the zoo’s cheetah attraction.

Somehow the boy slipped from her arms and ended up falling around 10 feet over a protective railing, landing into the cheetah’s den. The cheetahs never approached the boy after he landed, nor did they approach when Schwab and her husband jumped in to retrieve him. The boy was taken to the hospital to treat a leg injury.

Charges were filed against Schwab after several witnesses told investigators they saw the child being held over the railing of the exhibit. If she’s convicted, she faces six months in jail and a $1,000 fine.

Depending on the outcome of the investigation, Schwab may also be unemployed. She was the assistant director at the Sawmill Road KinderCare in Columbus, but communications coordinator Colleen Moran said Schwab “will remain out of the center while this issue is investigated and addressed.”

The director of the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium said zoo habitats for animals are designed for the safety of the animals and the guests, but guests are expected to use common sense (ha!) and follow zoo rules when viewing animals.…

Bhadreshkumar Chetanbhai PatelHANOVER, MD — Police are looking for 24-year-old Bhadreshkumar Patel after they say he beat his wife to death inside a Dunkin Donuts where they both worked.

Police were called to the all-night Dunkin Donuts on Arundel Mills Boulevard after a customer walked in at around 11 p.m. Sunday and found that there were no employees.

When police arrived, they found 21-year-old Palak Patel lying dead in the kitchen. Evidence collected at the scene linked the murder to Patel’s husband, who also worked with her at the store. Police say he hit his wife multiple times with an object and then fled on foot.

An arrest warrant was issued for Patel, who has been charged with first- and second-degree murder, assault and other charges. Police are still looking for him and are warning the public that he is dangerous.

“Don’t harbor him, don’t assist him in any way, shape or form,” said police spokesperson Justin Mulcahy, who added the couple had at least one prior contact with police for a domestic incident in December.…

Bonney Lake BridgeBONNEY LAKE, WA – A mother, father and their infant son were crushed to death when a concrete wall fell from a state Route 410 overpass under renovation and landed on the family’s truck.

East Pierce Fire & Rescue officials said the accident happened before 11 a.m. Monday when concrete and other materials fell off the overpass and landed on the family’s pickup as they drove down Angeline Road East.

It took crews almost eight hours to remove the debris from the truck and realize that there were three people dead inside. Their names have not been released, but police say they were a couple in their 20s and their 6-month-old baby.

No word on how the “very heavy” concrete structure fell, but a construction crew had been working on a project to replace and extend a sidewalk on that overpass. The part that fell was part of the original overpass, which was built in 1992.

“The type of work that was going on shouldn’t have resulted in anything falling,” said Bonney Lake Public Works Director Dan Grigsby.…

Leaj Jarvis PriceJEMISON, AL – Authorities charged Eric “Heath” Price with murder after he shot and killed his wife inside a doctor’s office before turning the gun on himself.

Leaj Price, 24, got into a a domestic situation with her husband that got so bad she felt the need to run from the home and to a doctor’s office next door. She was frantically trying to get in while screaming for someone to call the police.

Dr. Jay Patel went to the main entrance and found Leaj struggling with her husband, 26-year-old Eric “Heath” Price. “He wouldn’t let go of her hand and he just stood at the doorway,” Patel adds.

Patel said Eric Price threatened him with a gun, so he locked a dozen other patients and employees in a back room. “Before anything could happen, I heard a pop then I heard her stop screaming,” Patel says.

After shooting Leaj in the head, Eric walked back to the couple’s rental home next door and staged a standoff with police that lasted several hours.…

Haley FoxTurner, OR — A 24-year-old woman has been arrested after police say she struck her boyfriend of two years in the head with a baseball bat, fracturing his skull, because she just didn’t want to be his girlfriend anymore.

Haley Fox and the alleged victim reportedly “met” on the internet a couple years ago. Just recently, the 26-year-old man decided to move from Alabama to Oregon to set up house with Fox.

When he arrived at Fox’s home Wednesday, she invited him to have a seat at a patio table decked out with candles, where she poured him a glass of wine. D’awwww!

Then, according to the victim, Fox requested that he close his eyes. When he did so, he said, she knocked him upside the back of the head with a baseball bat three times.

The man later told police that shortly after the presumably unprovoked attack, another woman appeared at the home. He could hear the two women talking, he said, saying words like “binding,” “him,” and “duct tape.” He told police he truly believed he was going to die.…

Nyia ParlerPhiladelphia, PA — This bitch. This cheery, smiling, happy-looking bitch right here has been accused of ditching her disabled 21-year-old son in the forest, with nothing but a blanket and a bible, so she could toddle off and hang with her boyfriend in Maryland for a minute.

According to police, 41-year-old Nyia Parler wheeled her non-verbal, quadriplegic son, who also suffers from cerebral palsy, into a wooded area sometime last Monday. She took the man from his chair and laid him on the ground nearby. She then covered him with a blanket, placed a bible on his chest, and walked away. And there he remained, in the cold and rain, for five fucking days.

When the man failed to show up for his scheduled classes at the School of the Future, school officials attempted to reach Parler. When she didn’t answer, they contacted the man’s aunt. She, in turn, contacted Parler.

Parler, the bitch, lied to the woman, claiming her son was there in Maryland, safe and sound, with her.…

Porche WrightSACRAMENTO, CA – Police have arrested 27-year-old Porche Wright after they say she doused her 7-year-old daughter with a flammable liquid then set her on fire.

Police were called to Wright’s home on a report of child abuse after a friend of Wright’s came over and discovered the suspect’s daughter covered in serious burns.

Paramedics rushed the girl to the hospital suffering from severe wounds. She is expected to survive and remains under treatment at Shriner’s Children’s Hospital.

Wright was arrested and booked into the Sacramento County Jail on charges of felony child abuse and attempted murder charges. She’s being held without bail.

This isn’t Wright’s first run-in with the law, having previously been charged with prostitution, domestic violence and disorderly conduct.

One neighbor said that Wright “put gas on her and put a match on her,” while another described some of the young girl’s injuries.

“She was burned so bad the skin was peeling off her face and everything … it was really, really severe,”  said neighbor Frank Taylor.…

axELMWOOD PARK, NJ – Police say that 100-year-old Michael Juskin hacked his sleeping wife to death with an ax, becoming one of the oldest people ever accused of homicide, before killing himself with a knife.

Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli said late Sunday night, used an ax to murder 88-year-old Rosalia Juskin as she slept. Afterwards, he went into a bathroom and killed himself with a knife. Their bodies were found by a family member Monday morning.

Molinelli said Michael and Rosalia Juskin had a “history of domestic issues,” while family members have said that Michael suffered from dementia. “Sometimes he was lucid and sometimes he wasn’t,” the family member said.

Neighbors say they would often see Michael walking his dog and Rosalia tending her garden, but that they “kept to themselves.” Teresa Communicates said she spoke with Rosalia on occasion but that Michael “wasn’t the type to converse.”

Authorities are still investigating, but have yet to determine a motive for the murder-suicide. If there is a silver lining to this cloud, it’s that Michael Juskin may be the oldest person accused of murder.…

Gardena AbductionGARDENA, CA – A 2-year-old girl abducted near a car wash was found hours later, naked and in shock, after her abductor dropped her off in a parking lot.

The toddler was with her mother and 11-year-old sister at a coin-operated car wash Thursday afternoon when she wandered off. The girl’s mother called police after hearing her scream “Mommy,” then being unable to find her.

Within an hour police, residents, and volunteer workers were walking the streets and stopping passing cars in an effort to find the girl. She would be found two hours later, miles away, after witnesses watched someone in a white vehicle drop her off in a parking lot.

Claudia Robles spotted the girl who she says was “bare naked” and had scratches on her legs. Robles picked up the girl, covered her with a blanket and tried to comfort her as her boyfriend called police.

“Her face was like in shock,” Robles said. “She kept covering her eyes and would only respond to me.”

The girl was also afraid to go off with male police officers, said Robles.…

Linda CurrierNOBLEBORO, ME – Police have arrested 53-year-old Linda Currier after they say she ran over a man she caught sexually assaulting a 12-year-old girl.

On Saturday night, police responded to a home for a domestic disturbance report and found 48-year-old James Oliver had been ran over by a car in the driveway.

The car that ran over him was driven by his girlfriend, 53-year-old Currier, and it was no accident. She told police she ran over Oliver because she caught him attempting to sexually assault a her 12-year-old niece.

She said that after catching her boyfriend, who also happens to be a convicted sex offender, the two got into an argument that continued outside the home. That’s when Currier flattened Oliver’s ass in the driveway.

Oliver was taken tot he hospital where he was treated for a serious, but non-life threatening injury to his leg. After being released from jail he was arrested and charged with attempted gross sexual assault, unlawful sexual touching and failing to comply with the sex offender registration act.…

Kayla ZornCHESTERFIELD TOWNSHIP, MI – Police have arrested 29-year-old Kayla Zorn after they say she intentionally set a trailer on fire, knowing her ex-boyfriend, two other adults and three young children were inside.

According to reports, Zorn poured gasoline around the trailer of her ex-boyfriend’s new girlfriend 45 minutes after he changed his relationship status on Facebook. The ex smelled gas then saw the smoke and flames around the doorways of his trailer.

He tried to putting out the fire while two other adults living in the trailer got the children – ages 5, 3, and 1 – out and called 911.

Police would find Zorn’s pickup truck parked a block away with two empty gas canisters in the back. They would find her standing in a yard between two homes just down the street, watching the fire. Smelling heavily of gasoline, she couldn’t explain what she was doing there.

She would later tell police she was upset with her ex about the way their relationship ended, and knew young children were in the trailer when she set it on fire. …

Purvi PatelSOUTH BEND, IN – A 33-year-old Indiana woman accused of ending her own pregnancy became the first woman in the U.S. to be sentenced to prison for feticide.

According to court documents, Purvi Patel arrived at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center maternity ward in July 2013 with an empty umbilical cord protruding from her nethers. She told doctors she’d miscarried and left the fetus in a dumpster behind her family’s restaurant.

Police located the dumpster where a male fetus was found dead inside a plastic bag. Patel stated she’d been aware of her pregnancy for approximately three weeks before she went into the bathroom where “it all came out.” She further stated she found the lifeless fetus amidst all the blood, so she attempted to perform CPR but was unsuccessful.

When detectives asked why she didn’t call 911, she stated she “didn’t know what else to do,” and didn’t want her parents to find out she’d had premarital sex, or had become pregnant as a result of her liaison with the baby’s father.…