CHARLOTTE AMALIE, U.S. Virgin Islands – A Virgin Islands mother may face criminal charges after she was caught driving with her newborn baby zipped in her purse.
The woman was pulled over for a cracked windshield on Tuesday. While asking for her driver’s license, the police officer heard a baby crying but couldn’t see a baby or car seat in the vehicle.
When the woman was asked for the infant’s location, she unzipped a purse sitting in the passenger and revealed a newborn. She told the police that she gave birth to the baby girl at home a week ago and claimed she was on the way to the hospital when she was pulled over.
EMTs arrived on the scene and transported the baby girl to the hospital for evaluation. There’s been no reports on her condition. The mother was transported to the hospital as well, where other officers brought her a car seat to use.
The woman has not been charged with anything at this time, but the Department of Human Services is investigating and criminal charges may be filed against her once they are done. The name and age of the mother have not been disclosed.…Continue Reading
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK - An Oklahoma purse snatcher picked the wrong person to rob the other day after his victim chased his fatass down and got their purse back.
A woman was in the checkout lane of a Family Dollar when she noticed a large black man standing at the entrance watching her intensely. Most white women are already suspicious of black men staring at them in fear of being raped, but this particular guy was being so unnerving that even one of the employees asked if he needed help.
The man stated he was simply waiting on someone to bring him some money but this explanation did little to alleviate the woman’s suspicions, especially when the man followed her outside of the store and into the parking lot. It was after the woman got her 2-year-old daughter in the car and placed her purse on the passenger seat that the man pulled a gun and demanded her purse.
After he reached over and grabbed it, his fat ass began waddling away.…Continue Reading
Last Wednesday, 76-year-old Sabra Leavy was walking in the parking lot of a Dallas Walmart when she was called over to a truck driven by 28-year-old Rogelio Cazta Belmonte who reached out and grabbed Leavy’s purse. As Belmonte drove off, poor Leavy got tangled in her purse straps and was dragged for 40-yards. When she finally fell to the ground she was ran over by the truck’s rear wheel and left in the parking lot in a crumpled heap.
It would take three days, but Belmonte would graduate from being a lowly thief to a lowly, murdering thief on Saturday Leavy finally died from her injuries, injuries that included a shattered pelvis. Police would identify and arrest Belmonte on Saturday, charging him with capital murder. He was still in jail today on a half-million-dollar bond. Here’s surveillance footage posted to Youtube by Dallas police during their investigation.
TEMPE, AZ -- Stories will be sparse today as I am off and Jaded is so drunk at the moment she is running around the front yard waving away bats she says are trying to braid her hair. But I did want to post a few stories this morning, including the fact they made an arrest in the death of Kyleigh Sousa. She was the gorgeous ASU student who was dragged to death back in May when some jackass reached outside of a car and grabbed her purse outside a IHOP. She got tangled in the straps and ended up hitting her head on the pavement. After receiving hundreds of tips and a traffic photo of the suspect in a 2008 gold Dodge Charger, 20-year-old Joseluis Marquez has been arrested and has been charged with first degree murder. There were other people in the car who identified Marquez as the driver as well as the person who grabbed Sousa’s purse. None of the passengers have been charged with a crime at this time.…Continue Reading
OMAHA, Neb. – Police are hoping someone will recognize the two women captured on video using small children to shoplift high-dollar purses from the Westroads Mall. In one incident, video captures a women leading two children, around 4 or 5-years-old, to the purse section of the store. There the children snag $800 worth of Dooney and Burke handbags before running out to a red Monte Carlo. A second incident shows another woman leading two boys around the same age to the purse section, but this time the children were able to lift $1200 worth of purses before running out of the store. Authorites would like to stop these women, and not just because of the crime of theft. They are also worried about the children being used for criminal behavior. “If Criminal behavior starts in grades one, two, three or four, that is much more predictive of lifelong criminal behavior,” said Boys Town Executive Vice President Dr. Daniel Daly. “This is a basic breakdown in the fundamental social contract.” Anyone who knows who these two morons are should contact Crime Stoppers by calling 402-444-STOP, offering a tip online at OmahaCrimeStoppers.net or texting OPD to 274637 (CRIMES).…Continue Reading
TEMPE, Ariz – I think that Jaded and FlamingFox have run off to Vegas together. So until they get back, it looks like you are stuck with me today. Tempe police need help trying to track down and arrest the jackass who couldn’t even perform a simple purse snatching without killing a woman. Kyleigh Ann Sousa, a 21-year-old ASU student, was approached by a heavyset man in a newer model silver Chrysler 300 on Wednesday morning. The driver reached out and grabbed her purse before driving off. Sadly, Sousa’a arm became entangled in her purse strap and she was dragged a few feet before hitting her head on the pavement – she would die from her injuries later that night. Sgt. Steve Carbajal stated that there were witnesses to the incident, but no one got a good look at the driver describes as a Hispanic with a heavy build, driving a silver, four-door Chrysler 300. Anyone with information is asked to contact Tempe police at 480-350-8311 or silent witness at 480-WITNESS. Not that it makes anyone else’s death less tragic, but man she was ridiculously hot.…Continue Reading
Indianapolis – On Valentine’s Day, Mandie Harrington was celebrating her son’s birthday at an Indianapolis Chuck E. Cheese when she noticed her purse was missing. She notified the manager who immediately reviewed the surveillance tape. On the tape they witnessed an adult woman in red instructing a little girl to grab Harrington’s purse. The little girl does so and then takes the purse to a man sitting nearby. The woman in red then puts the purse under her coat and leaves the store. “It’s disgusting that somebody would teach a little girl to steal like that,” Harrington said. “It just really makes me angry.” Police believe that this little operation went too smoothly and feel that the individuals involved have been up to this type of thing for awhile. They would like to talk to them. …Continue Reading