Pair Of Alleged Young Torches Arrested For Setting Fire To Walmart Store


arsonsuspectsAn 11-year-old South Carolina boy is facing an arson charge after allegedly setting a fire inside a Walmart that caused millions of dollars in damages to the business, police report.

The boy’s 13-year-old cousin has also been charged in connection with the December 31 blaze.

According to investigators, the boy stole a lighter while inside the Columbia store and, with his cousin, used it to set a fire in the Walmart’s greeting card aisle. The ensuing blaze caused significant damage to the store, though no injuries were reported.

In an effort to identify suspects in the arson, police Thursday released Walmart surveillance images, including a photo (seen at right) showing the boy and girl entering the store on New Year’s Eve.

On Friday, the parents of the respective suspects turned the minors in to police. Each child was charged with third degree arson, a felony. The boy was also charged with shoplifting the lighter. The children were subsequently released into their parents’s custody.

The fire forced Walmart to close temporarily for repairs, but the store has since reopened.

Surveillance Video Shows Tidal Wave Of Looters Ransacking Ferguson, Missouri Market


In a bid to identify more than 180 looters, police today released surveillance video from inside a Ferguson, Missouri market that was ransacked following the November 24 announcement that a grand jury had declined to vote indictments in the Michael Brown case.

As seen below, the 5:16 clip captures a tidal wave of looters flooding into the Dellwood Market, which had also been robbed in the days after Brown was shot to death by a Ferguson cop last August.

After failing to breach the market’s front door, the initial influx of looters broke through a boarded-up window. Many of the thieves–some of whom escaped with potato chips–are seen wearing hoodies, masks, and hats in an apparent attempt to cloak their identities.

Teen lost virginity to dad, now they’re engaged

An 18-year-old girl from the Great Lakes region, who has chosen to remain anonymous, talked to New York Magazine about her two-year sexual relationship with her father.
96604323Their relationship is an example of “genetic sexual attraction” or GSA, a term that describes the strong romantic and sexual feelings experienced when adopted children reconnect with their biological relatives as adults.
The odds of a father-daughter experiencing GSA are rare, says Barbara Gonyo, the founder of Truth Seekers in Adoption. In 2003, she told The Guardian, “That group tends to stay very silent. It’s still regarded as dangerously close to abuse, even though it is no different from other forms of GSA.”
After being conceived on prom night, the teen says her parents stayed together for about six months before their relationship dissolved completely. Her father came back into her life around the time she was about 3 -or 4 years old for about a year, but then she didn’t hear from him until she was 15. Her mother received an email from him in which he expressed interest in getting to know his daughter again.
The two didn’t end up meeting for two more years ,when she was 17. They had no contact for 12 years:
“It was so weird and confusing. I was seeing my dad for the first time in forever but it was also like, He’s so good-looking! And then I was like, ‘What the hell are you thinking? What is wrong with you?’ I saw him as my dad but then also part of me was like, I’m meeting this guy who I have been talking to over the Internet and really connecting with and I find him attractive.”
During their first meeting, she stayed with him for about five days, and the sleeping arrangements were interesting:
“Sleeping in new places makes me very anxious so I asked him to stay with me in case I had one of the terrible nightmares I usually experience. The second night I had him sleep on the couch again and then the third night I fell asleep with him on the floor lying on his chest, in his arms. The fourth night rolled around and we ended up on the floor again. This time we actually cuddled. When he woke up, we were spooning. I didn’t know this at the time but later, after we admitted our feelings, he told me he had had “morning wood” and had gone to fix it.”
The next night, things started to escalate:
“That night we were play-wrestling in the room I was going to sleep in and I bit him. He was wearing a pair of basketball shorts and a tank top and after I bit him I could see goose bumps pop up from his toes to his shoulders. Then he pinched my inner thigh and I got goose bumps. We stopped and said that we didn’t know what was going on but admitted that we had strong feelings for each other. We discussed whether it was wrong and then we kissed. And then we made out, and then we made love for the first time. That was when I lost my virginity.”
The teen insists it wasn’t weird, actually just the opposite:
There’s a reason I lost my virginity to him — because I’d never felt comfortable with any other man. It was insanely sensual. It lasted for about an hour and there was a lot of foreplay. We both had orgasms. We are so similar, so it’s so easy to sexually please each other. For example, we both love neck-biting. I’ve never been in a more passionate, loving, fulfilling situation.
The two then discussed if a real relationship was possible:
We discussed it before we had sex. I told him I was saving myself for someone who I’d be committed to for the rest of my life. It was important for me to make it clear that if I made love to him he was in a relationship with me. I didn’t regret it at all. I was happy for once in my life. We fell deeply in love. 
Now, the two are engaged and are planning a “full-on wedding,” that won’t be legal, of course. Then a move to New Jersey where they can be safe “since adult incest isn’t illegal there.” The teen insists they’ll have kids together and says she is not worried about the potential genetic problems.

British teen found guilty of stabbing 3 women because he couldn’t lose his virginity


A British teen has been convicted of attempted murder of three women “in revenge” out of frustration of not being able to lose his virginity.

485021_630x354Ben Moynihan, 18, from Portsmouth, Hampshire, stabbed and attempted to murder three women aged 20, 45, and 67, respectively, this past June and July. Moynihan wrote in a note to police “all women need to die” and that he was frustrated with “fussy” women, according to BBC.

In a note left by Moynihan, he stated “I am still a virgin, everyone is losing it before me, that’s why you are my chosen target.” According to BBC, Moynihan left two notes for police. One note read “every time I stab someone I like to go home and smell the flesh I have ripped out. Come and arrest me for God’s sake before I hunt for my fourth victim.”

Another excerpt from the notes read “I was planning to murder, mainly women, as an act of revenge because the life they gave me.”


Letter that Moynihan left (Photo credit: Hampshire Constabulary)

Moynihan also kept what prosecutors are referring to as a “Diary of Evil,” detailing the teen’s plans and motives.

“I was planning to murder, mainly women, as an act of revenge because the life they gave me,” Moynihan’s diary read, according to BBC. “I’m still a virgin at 17.”

I attack women because I grew up to believe them as a more weaker part of the human breed,” Moynihan wrote. “I also done it to get out of this horrible life with more stress and to save myself and my family, I’m not a bad child and didn’t want to do this but have no choice.”


Another letter that Moynihan left (Photo credit: Hampshire Constabulary)

It was revealed during court that Moynihan has autistic spectrum disorder, according to BBC. He will be sentenced at a later date.

Public Steps Up, Helps Vermont Cops Identify Notorious Washing Machine Urinator


Following an appeal for help from the public, Vermont cops have identified the Washing Machine Urinator.

Investigators are now trying to locate and question Steven Byrd, the man who relieved himself inside the Waterbury Laundry & Dry. Video of the December 29 incident was recorded by a surveillance camera inside the business.

Byrd was with some friends in the self-serve laundromat when he pulled up a chair to the washing machine, opened the lid,and began urinating. When finished, he zipped up his pants and shut the machine’s lid.

sbyrdvtByrd is seen at right in a photo uploaded to his Facebook page two days before the urination incident.

The business was unattended when Byrd and his friends arrived after 8 PM and “began throwing stuff around,” according to Police Chief Joby Feccia, who added that the department received “dozens of calls” from the public identifying the individuals seen in the surveillance video.

When Byrd is apprehended, he will likely be cited for vandalism.

California Woman, 70, Stabbed Neighbor, 75, In Neck During Retirement Home Fight


An elderly California woman is jailed on an attempted murder charge after allegedly stabbing a 75-year-old female neighbor in the neck during an argument at a retirement home, cops report.

barbarahollandThe confrontation Friday night at St. Francis Manor in Sacramento resulted in the arrest of Barbara Gayl Holland, a 70-year-old retired nurse who is being held in the county jail without bail.

While Sacramento police reported that the septuagenarians were involved in an “ongoing neighbor dispute,” the nature of that disagreement is unclear (though some neighbors believe that the quarrel may have involved a cat).

Seen in the above mug shot, Holland, who was arrested in her apartment, is scheduled to be arraigned in Superior Court tomorrow. The victim, cops reported, “sustained a serious injury that required medical treatment at an area hospital,” but she is expected to survive.

Cop Fired For Exposing Department Policy Where Officers Have Sex With Prostitutes, Then Arrest Them

A police officer in Arkansas recently lost his job after he exposed a massive scheme that allowed officers to have sex with prostitutes and then arrest them for servicing the undercover cops.

cop-and-prostituteThe way that Former Fort Smith Police Department Sgt. Don Paul Bales’ department had it set up, cops would “prove” that they weren’t really police officers, by having sex with prostitutes. The cop who had just broken the law himself would then follow up by arresting the women.

Now, a lawsuit that was obtained by local KFSM, reveal that an officer was fired for exposing the twisted police work.

The suit was just filed in Arkansas’s Sebastian County Circuit Court. The officer in question says he just wants his job back, as he did nothing but expose criminal activity among fellow officers.

This all started when Bales received a photo of an affidavit that had been filed back in April of 2014. That affidavit stated that an undercover cop in the “Street Crimes Unit” had engaged in what it termed “misconduct.”

The undercover officer, who was identified as “J.B.”, met a woman he thought might be a prostitute through the website

The cop then set up a meeting with the woman at a motel where he later got her to agree to a rate of $150 an hour.

But the affidavit says that the undercover cop got disrobed, engaged in a sex act, and then arrested the woman on suspicion of misdemeanor prostitution.

The cop said that it was absolutely essential for him to do this “because he believed that such action was necessary to gather the proof needed to convict the person for violating the prostitution statute.”

When Bales saw this, he reported the misconduct to his superiors. He turned over the photo of the affidavit to his lawyer “just in case.”

But after an investigation, carried out by Fort Smith Police Department Chief Kevin Lindsey, it was decided that Bales was the one to blame. He had, Chief Lindsey still maintains, “violated department policy” when he allowed the officer’s name on the affidavit.

But Bales has maintained that any communication between himself and his lawyer is protected by attorney-client privilege.

The attorney published the affidavit some time later, but he redacted it to conceal the identity of the officer in question. So this department policy, both the lawyer and Bales maintain, was never in fact violated.

Now, the department is saying that Bales violated a full eight rules. Among them, Chief Lindsey says Bales was guilty of: not being truthful, giving false testimony, revealing confidential information, releasing a confidential report and not respecting his superiors.

Here’s where it gets really crazy… Lindsey says that the undercover officer in question was “in accordance with department policy” when he engaged in sexual relations with the prostitute who he later arrested.

Even worse, and adding insult to injury, the termination of Sgt. Bales has been upheld on appeal by the Fort Smith Civil Service Commission… twice.