Starla McCabe Accused Of Selling Nude Photos Of Her 5-Year-Old Daughter


A mother with a history of drug abuse is accused of taking and selling nude photos of her grade school-aged child.

1453351Starla Rae McCabe, 45, of Perry, was charged Dec. 4 in 1st District Court with 10 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor, a second-degree felony.

In March, a relative discovered nude photographs of the child on the child’s Nintendo DSI, according to a search warrant affidavit. Three days later, the child was interviewed by the Division of Child and Family Services and told a caseworker that McCabe had taken “loads” of pictures of the child “without any clothes on,” the affidavit states.

The child told investigators that the “mother would then show the pictures to men,” according to the affidavit. The child also said the mother “printed the pictures and sold them to people for $100,” another court document states.

The Nintendo was turned over to the Garland City Police Department, which turned it over to the Box Elder County Sheriff’s Office in November. A total of 19 pornographic pictures were found on the Nintendo, police said.

McCabe was interviewed by detectives on Nov. 26. She told investigators she took pictures of her child’s genitals to show the child “what it looks like,” then declined to answer other questions about the photos, a detective wrote.

According to court records, she pleaded guilty in April to drug possession, a third-degree felony, attempted child endangerment and possession of drug paraphernalia.

In May, McCabe was given a suspended prison sentenced and placed on 36 months of probation. As part of her probation she was ordered to undergo drug addiction treatment.

In that case, the Box Elder County Sheriff’s Office served a search warrant on McCabe’s residence in Garland and found “a complete drug kit, including syringes and meth” in the bathroom, according to a probable cause statement filed in 1st District Court.

Meth was also located in a drawer of a computer stand in the living room, according to court documents. A child was found sleeping on a couch next to the stand. It was not known if it was the same child who is the alleged victim in the current sexual exploitation case.

After her arrest on the new charges, a judge found her in violation of her probation and ordered her held in the Box Elder County Jail pending her next hearing.

McCabe also pleaded guilty to two counts of attempted endangerment of a child or elderly adult and possession of drug paraphernalia in 2010. She was ordered at that time to complete drug and mental health treatment. Six months after she was sentenced, McCabe was found to be in violation of her probation, according to court records.

In 2009, a man took out a protective order against McCabe for an undisclosed reason, according to court records. In 2006, she was convicted of child abuse and placed on 36 months probation and ordered to undergo random drug testing as well as complete drug and mental health treatment. McCabe was also ordered to complete a parenting class. Six months later she was found to be in violation of her probation.

Woman who can’t stop eating TOILET PAPER says ”I like to feel the texture in my mouth”


A mum-of-five has revealed she eats an entire LOO ROLL every day.

PAY-Jade-SylvesterJade Sylvester, 25, developed a craving for clean toilet paper during a recent pregnancy and now eats as much as entire loo roll’s worth every day.

She first developed the bizarre snacking habit while she was expecting her youngest son Jaxon.

Jade, of Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, said: “Two months into the pregnancy, I started craving toilet roll. I still don’t know why.

“I like the feeling of the texture in my mouth, rather than the taste. I like the dryness.

“My family tell me it isn’t very good for me – but I can’t help it.”

Despite giving birth to her son more than 15 months ago, Jade still cannot tear herself away from the paper snack whenever nature calls.

The full-time mum waits until she needs to go to the toilet and while there will eat a few sheets of toilet tissue in private. She chews and swallows one roll a day.

“While I was pregnant I went to the loo and looked at the toilet roll and thought ‘I have to eat that’ – I know it sounds silly.

“Today I try and hold off going to the bathroom because I know if I go I will eat the paper.

“I usually eat around eight pieces per visit – sometimes I go to the bathroom just to get some toilet roll.

“It does fill me up quite a bit. At first I used to eat a couple of squares at a time, but I keep eating more and more.”

Man banned from Queensland trains for life after gross projectile vomit video


A QUEENSLAND prankster has been banned from Queensland Rail for life after conducting a repulsive prank on a train.

Self-proclaimed comedian Adrian Van Oyen, from Beenleigh, posted a video to Facebook of himself intentionally vomiting green milk on a Queensland train.

A nearly empty two litre bottle of green milk can be seen sitting on the train seat to the right of the video.

“I tried telling them I had Ebola :/ But nope, still got a lifetime ban from Queensland Rail,” Van Oyen captioned the video.

Actual headline: “County: Van down by the river tethered to stump”


Greg Wilemon was riding his bike when he saw the van.

When he got closer, he couldn’t believe his eyes.

Van+down+by+the+river+(3)1“I am absolutely disgusted; cannot believe what is going on here,” he said of a van surrounded by a heap of belongings along the Willamette River. “It totally makes my blood boil that someone thinks it’s OK to bring this amount of trash to the river, and it all ends up in the water.”

According to Lane County, the man living in the van has been there on and off for about two years.

County staff said they haven’t taken action because it was unclear who the land belonged to.

Now that they know it does belong to the county, staff are working with state police, the Lane County Sheriff’s Office and Eugene Police to get the man to vacate.

County staff said there aren’t signs saying that it’s illegal to live there.

And because all of the items around the van are belongings, they legally can’t take them away.

To complicate the situation, staff have determined that nothing can be done: as of right now, the van is stuck.

“We’re very actively managing this and trying to get the vehicle removed,” Anne Maries Levis with Lane County said. “Until the water level goes down though, there’s really no way to get the vehicle out of there at this point.”

Levis said the van is tethered to a stump so it won’t float away. For now, the water level isn’t high enough to submerge the car.

USPS worker steals cash and gift cards from 2000 pieces of mail. “I was bored”


A Detroit-area postal employee is accused of stealing as many as 2,000 pieces of mail, pocketing any cash and dumping the leftovers along Interstate 94.

635536699348370017-uspsFederal authorities say that Sharon Berrien told them she stole the mail out of boredom. It was mostly greeting cards.

Berrien was charged Monday with stealing mail while working at a Detroit mail processing center.

Investigators say she told them that the thefts began last spring.

The probe started in October when mail was found along Pelham Road and I-94 and given to the Taylor postmaster.

On Nov. 21, 800 pieces were found in Berrien’s trash. Three bags were inside in a closet.

Berrien says she kept $1,000 to $1,500. She didn’t immediately return a phone message seeking comment on the criminal case Monday.

“I was bored,” she told investigators when they asked for the reason she stole the mail. She said she didn’t have any financial problems.

Rapist Alain Climent proposed to victim to avoid trial


A man who proposed to a woman he raped, after mistakenly believing she could not then give evidence against him, has been convicted of attacking her.

Alain Climent, 50, originally of Paris, raped the 52-year-old woman in Lanarkshire in November 2013.

He then raped her again at her home in Lanarkshire in March 2014, before sexually assaulting her a month later.

Climent will be sentenced later after being convicted of rape, sexual assault and assault charges.

At the High Court in Edinburgh, he was also convicted of attempting to pervert the course of justice, breaching the peace and repeatedly breaching bail.

Campaign of terror

Following the first rape in November 2013, Climent appeared in court and was granted bail by a sheriff on the condition he did not contact the woman.

He ignored the court order and subjected the woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, to a campaign of terror.

The court heard how he hid in the loft of the woman’s home in March 2014 and jumped on her when she returned to the property, raping her for a second time.

In April 2014, Climent sexually assaulted the woman at a location in Lanarkshire. He also physically assaulted her.

The court heard that he was terrified of being jailed and attempted on various occasions to stop the woman from giving evidence against him.

On one occasion, he asked the woman to marry him because he thought wives could not give evidence against their husbands.

Repeated attacks

The woman told the court: “He said that if there was to be a court case, I would have to watch my back.”

After a police investigation, Climent was charged with a number of offences against the woman and two others.

The crown alleged that he attacked two other woman in the Dundee area between August 2003 and September 2009.

The jury found there was not enough evidence to convict him of these offences but found him guilty of repeated attacks on the woman in Lanarkshire.

Judge Lord Glennie deferred sentence on Climent, who is a prisoner at HMP Addiewell in West Lothian, for reports.

Denied Diced Onions, Angry Customer Throws Snake At Tim Hortons Staff


After a dispute over diced onions on a breakfast sandwich, two men threw a snake over a counter towards an employee of a Saskatoon Tim Hortons.

10451447According to Saskatoon police, staff members “fled the store in fear” after the incident, which took place Monday around 7:30 a.m. at the Tim Hortons in the 600 block of 22nd Street West.

“I’ve never heard of a snake being thrown at an employee by a customer … It was definitely a little chaotic,” said Saskatoon police spokeswoman Alyson Edwards.

“The staff was shocked and afraid and fled the store.”

Staff told police that two male customers were arguing with an employee about their breakfast order – specifically that they wanted their onions diced. When the argument escalated, one of the men reached into the pocket of the other man, pulled out a garter snake and threw it behind the counter.

No one was injured, said police.

Officers quickly found the snake and determined it was not venomous, said Edwards.

Police found a temporary home for the snake, which has since been named Outlaw, until it can be released into the wild in the spring.

Caregivers say that Outlaw was unharmed during the incident.

The only other incident that compares to this one, said Edwards, was the theft of a snake from the Forestry Farm.

The two men, both 20, are facing charges of mischief and causing a disturbance.