Joliet, IL - A man was arrested after police say he attempted to sell at stolen laptop at the place of employment of the laptop’s owner.
Demetrius O. Nabors, 18, and an accomplice reportedly entered a Joliet liquor store, United Liquors, offering to sell a laptop computer to the employees. One of the workers recognized the laptop as being similar to one owned by a co-worker who wasn’t scheduled to work that night. That worker gave her co-worker a call.
The co-worker – who was not at home – reportedly returned to her apartment to find that it had been burglarized. She then called Joliet police to report the burglary and to inform them that she knew the location of the perpetrators.
According to reports, before police could respond, one of the men fled. Employees were able to hold Nabors until officers showed up.
The burglary victim was able to identify the laptop as hers. Police said that officers found electronics and videogames inside Nabors’ car that had been taken during the burglary.…Continue Reading
St. Paul, MN - A six-time felon is being held on federal weapons charges while he is being investigated regarding the alleged extortion of a female Ohio State University student whose laptop was stolen. The laptop reportedly contained explicit pictures and videos of the owner.
Demonte Johntrell Latimore, 24, has been linked by police and FBI to email accounts used to extort money from the owner of the laptop.
According to police, on Dec. 5 a female college sophomore at Ohio State University reported that someone had stolen her Apple MacBook when she left is briefly unattended while at the campus library. Two weeks later, the student said she received an e-mail from a stranger: “Well you don’t know me but I’m sure I have something you want very badly back. The question is how BAD…..?? Oh yeah, you have a very lovely body,” it said.
According to the FBI’s Cyber Crime Task Force in Minneapolis, the e-mail coming from firstname.lastname@example.org traced back to an email address in St. Paul, Minnesota.…Continue Reading
Corydon, IN - An Indiana photographer, well known for snapping pics at school sporting events and selling prints to parents, has been arrested on child pornography charges.
Stephen J. Brockman, (a rough) 48-years-old and pictured here with a second mouth where his chin should be, was possibly so wiped from inhaling fat and cheese that he decided to take a snooze at McDonald’s on November 14th. Imagine for a second being overweight and out of shape enough that eating gets you winded. It’s harder than this guy’s arteries. I managed to imagine it and I got diabetes.
Before going night-night sitting upright, Brockman should have closed his laptop computer, but he didn’t. Instead, he left it open for a passing pedestrian policeman to peep. As he walked behind Brockman, the officer noticed the images displayed on the computer looked an awful lot like naked children. A subsequent investigation of the seized computer revealed this to be true. Investigators do not believe Brockman took any of the illegal photos himself.
Another point of interest is that
Brockman was a substitute teacher for a short period of time and that he was let go after some bad evaluations.…