12- year- old girl stabs her brother to death

According to investigators, a 12-year-old Oklahoma girl killed her younger brother by stabbing him in the night on Thursday.

According to authorities, the young girl allegedly told her parents she had stabbed her 9-year-old brother just before midnight at their Tulsa home.

The youngster was given CPR by emergency personnel at the River Bank Plaza Apartments before being sent to the hospital, where he underwent surgery right after.

According to authorities, the 9-year-old passed away just after 2:30 a.m.

The boy’s sister was arrested and is being held at the Family Center for Juvenile Justice.

Police have not revealed a motive for the tragic killing, stating it will be the court’s burden to uncover intent.

“Obviously we did some interviews, but interviews with a 12-year-old are very preliminary,” 

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Professional bull rider murdered suspect in custody

The Salt Lake County Third District Court has filed charges against the woman who is alleged to have shot and killed professional bull rider Demetrius Allen, also known as “Ouncie Mitchell,” while he was visiting the city for the Utah State Fair.

Lashawn Denise Bagley, 22, is accused of nine third-degree felony counts of felony discharge of a firearm as well as one first-degree felony count of murder.

According to the police, Bagley shot Allen as he stood outside of her residence in Salt Lake City around 900 South and 200 West. According to reports, Allen was attempting to retrieve rodeo equipment worth roughly $10,000 that he had left in her apartment and her car. Apparently, bullets were fired as he was pounding on the balcony door, according to the authorities.

Bagley reportedly informed the 911 operator, “They’re beating on my window,” during a call just prior to the shooting. The 911 operator allegedly questioned Bagley what the loud noises were after hearing them and she allegedly replied, “I’m firing.”

A 27-year-old man was killed as a consequence of domestic abuse, and Salt Lake City Police are currently looking into the incident.

Responding police discovered Demetrius Omar Lateef Allen, also known by his riding name Ouncie Mitchell, with a gunshot wound outside of an apartment building close to 900 South and 200 West. When Gold Cross arrived to take Allen to a nearby hospital, officers started providing emergency medical care right away. Allen later passed away from his injuries.

The suspect, LaShawn Denise Bagley, 21, has reportedly been securely brought into custody by the police.

Police discovered Allen and Bagley were acquainted and had an on-again, off-again connection through an investigation conducted by the SLCPD Homicide Squad with the help of the SLCPD Crime Lab. Allen, a professional bull rider, is thought to have traveled to Salt Lake City to attend the Utah State Fair while lodging with Bagley.
After leaving the fair, the two allegedly got into a fight at a bar in downtown Salt Lake City. Rounds were fired, leaving numerous bullet holes, and when Allen returned to Bagley’s residence to retrieve his belongings, shots were fired.
Bagley has been lodged in the Salt Lake County Metro Jail on felony firearm discharge and murder charges.
According to police, this is the tenth murder case.

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Teen Mom 2 star found dead potentially murdered

Teen Mom 2 star found dead potentially murdered

The TV personality, who made an appearance on the program in 2014, was reportedly discovered in her hotel room by a cleaner.

Although her exact cause of death is “still unknown,” it is thought that authorities are looking into a “possible homicide”.

‘I’ve been communicating with investigators too, and they are saying they saw a film of two males with Taylor in the hotel room,’ Haylee Lewis, Lewis’ sister, said in an interview with In Touch, adding that she is assisting with the investigation.

She was allegedly discovered “hours later.”

However, there are also rumors that Lewis, who had previously struggled with addiction, passed away from a heroin overdose.

Lewis’ friends have paid tribute to her in the wake of her passing; Jenelle Evans, her former best friend and co-star on the show while she was pregnant, 31, shared a heartbreaking social media post.

What happened, Taylor? she exclaimed. We used to be best friends, but we drifted apart because of the various crowds we hung out with.

From afar, I wanted to watch you succeed as a woman, but I was always pulling for you. I’m not sure what happened, but I’m devastated to hear this news and I hope it doesn’t keep you from sleeping well.

The Teen Mom star shared a number of old pictures of herself with Lewis and urged fans to reply and ‘check in’ with their friends to see how they are doing.

Lewis and Evans’ tangled past is well known, even though it is unknown why their friendship ended.

Evans’ ex-husband, Courtland Rogers, had Lewis as his first wife. Before their divorce, Lewis and Rogers had a daughter together named Jordan Ashlee Nikole Lewis.

Following that, Evans and Rogers started dating in early 2012 and got hitched in December of that same year.

However, they split up a month later.

After the breakup, Evans confided in her buddy Lewis after learning she was expecting Rogers’ child during the Teen Mom 2 season 5 premiere.

Evans admitted to her buddy at the time, “I did relapse [on heroin] one time and that was when I met Courtland.”

We only got married after dating for three months, me and him. I’m furious with myself for getting married to someone without giving it any thought.

I visited the doctor the other day because I was sick, she continued. We can’t offer you a chest X-ray since you’re pregnant, they said.

Evans ultimately made the decision to have an abortion.

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Hitchhiker goes viral then murders.

It was an absurd tale that simply had to be true: A wandering stranger offers the homeless surfer-dude a ride to Fresno, California. The 6-foot-4, 300-pound driver, who introduced himself as the second coming of Christ and admitted to raping a 14-year-old girl while on a business trip in the British Virgin Islands, said that all Black people should perish before slamming his car into a Black pedestrian in broad daylight, trapping their body against a truck, during the course of their journey. The man gets out of the car, grabs her in a bear hug, and starts to choke her when a bystander runs over to help. However, the hitchhiker disarms him by taking out a hatchet from his rucksack and bashing his head in. . The jovial hatchet man with the Sideshow Bob haircut is interviewed by a KMPH reporter, and the video of his outrageous account (“Smash, smash, SUH-MASH!”) goes viral, garnering millions of views and making him an internet folk hero.

Kai, real name Caleb McGillvary, was known to have wrath outbursts, according to many who knew him. Kai cites another incident where he allegedly saved a woman from an abusive man, bragging about how he “smashed him in the head” and “busted out all his teeth” in the full version of the KMPH video interview that was aired online.

According to his cousin, Jeremy McGillvary Wolfe, “I honestly feel Caleb has mental issues because he seems okay but when it comes to a certain circumstance of pressure, you either become a diamond or you get crushed.” “And Caleb loses in this instance.”

Kai allegedly had a difficult upbringing in Canada, according to Wolfe. He claims that his mother forbade him from engaging in outside play with the other children. and frequently “shut him in a room for quite some time” with curtains drawn. (Kai’s mother makes a feeble retort.) At the age of 13, Kai attempted to ignite a fire in the family home and was consequently placed in foster care.

The incident itself was a separate issue. Locals in Fresno overheard Kai boasting about handing the driver, Jett McBride, a joint laced with several substances but that he “couldn’t handle his s***.” (A toxicology report revealed that McBride only had marijuana in his system.) When Kai and McBride shared a joint inside the car, according to Fresno police officer Jeff Stricker, Kai informed McBride that “they were both ghosts” and that “I think we could drive through that truck right now and nobody would see us.”

Stricker claims that “He’s not completely clean in this situation.”

Three months after the viral incident, in May 2013, 73-year-old attorney Joseph Galfy was discovered dead in his Clark, New Jersey, home. He was dressed simply. He had been hit in the head and was only wearing socks and underwear. Police discovered Kai’s name and phone number on a piece of paper hidden under a laptop, along with a train ticket receipt, which led them to security footage showing Galfy buying a train ticket for Kai at the station before she vanished.

While Kai did acknowledge killing Galfy, his account of the incident portrayed it as an act of self-defense. The Hatchet Wielding Hitchhiker’s police interrogation footage shows Kai telling a pair of investigators that Galfy picked him up in Times Square, treated him to an Italian dinner, and offered to let him stay at his New Jersey home, which Kai accepted. Kai then claims that Galfy then offered to let him stay at his home, which Kai accepted. Kai claims that when he woke up, he thought he had been drugged and sexually abused while he was still sleeping. Kai wrote the following on his Facebook page on May 14th, 2013:

“What would you do if you woke up in a stranger’s home with a foggy head and a metallic taste in your mouth? walked up to the mirror and noticed that your pants were drenched with blood.

recognizing that you had been drugged, raped, and had their f* load blown in you as you walked to the mirror and noticed come dripping from the side of your face from your mouth? How would you respond?

Kai informed police that instead of taking action, he took a train to Asbury, New Jersey, where he met a fan with the intention of staying with her. Kai called Galfy and requested if he could stay at his house once more when the fan failed to appear. The elderly man was allegedly trying to sexually abuse Kai that night when Kai awoke and killed him by repeatedly hitting him in the skull with his palms and elbows.

Kai’s story had significant gaps, according to the police: Why weren’t there any indications of conflict, such defensive marks? Or, as he had asserted, Kai had no signs of semen? Why was the assault so severe? Why did his memories of his interactions with Galfy seem to be so erratic? Why did Kai embrace and ask to stay with his claimed rapist a second time at the train station? And why did Kai shave his head before leaving the country?

The Hatchet Wielding Hitchhiker could have spent more time dissecting the evidence against Kai and determining whether there was any that supported his claim of self-defense had the episode not ended at 87 minutes (though its brisk run time is a welcome surprise in this era of drawn-out true crime docuseries). It works much better.

It’s much more potent as a criticism of the media’s rapacity and how they treat the homeless and mentally ill.

In 2019, Kai was finally convicted guilty of first-degree murder and given a 57-year term in a maximum-security facility. He must complete at least 85% of his sentence, and his appeal was rejected in August 2021. He is still contesting the judgment.

The judge described Kai as “a powder keg of explosive wrath” at his sentence and said, “You established this public image of a free spirit, but underlying that free spirit the jury saw another side of you: a cold-blooded, calculated, ruthless killer.”

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Shocking news on Andrew Tate

Andrew Tate used to be a professional kickboxer

his brother Tristan, and two others have been detained by Romanian authorities on charges of human trafficking and rape.

A court agreed to detain 36-year-old Tate and his brother in Bucharest for 30 days as prosecutors continue their investigation into the group. The two brothers have denied the allegations and said they plan to appeal the detention. “The four suspects … appear to have created an organized crime group with the purpose of recruiting, housing and exploiting women by forcing them to create pornographic content meant to be seen on specialized websites for a cost,” prosecutors said.

Tate described running a “webcam studio” in Romania and said that his job was to “meet a girl, go on a few dates, sleep with her, test if she’s quality, get her to fall in love with me to the point where she’d do anything I say, and then get her on webcam so we could become rich together.”

Authorities said that they have been in contact with six women who were allegedly victimized by the group. Tate allegedly detailed this in a now-archived page from his website, in which he described how he gained most of his wealth.

It is not yet known whether Tate has posted bail, but his Twitter account has been active.

“The Matrix sent their agents,” Tate said in an ominous message after his arrest, adding later, “The Matrix will only tell you what the Matrix needs you to believe.”

Not long afterward, Elon Musk posted a Matrix-related meme – which Tate, or someone running his account, retweeted.

“The Matrix” refers to a series of science fiction films depicting “a simulated reality created by sentient machines in order to pacify and subdue the human population while their bodies’ heat and electrical activity are used as an energy source,” according to NewWorldAI.

Tate also makes reference to The Matrix as “the work /consume/ die cycle” from which he encourages people to escape by becoming his student to learn “the secrets to wealth creation.”

Officials said the Tate brothers had been under investigation since April.

In an August interview, Fox News’ Tucker Carlson asked Tate about rumors that he had been arrested for human trafficking, but Tate denied that and said he had been a victim of “swatting,” where pranksters call the police to a home with bogus reports of violence, according to the Associated Press.

Tate, who announced in October that he had converted to the Muslim faith, is primarily known for commenting on a variety of topics related to masculinity.

His remarks, however, are often criticized for being extreme and misogynistic, such as when he said most men prefer younger girls because they’re easier to “imprint,” as well as saying that women who have put themselves in a dangerous situation need to “take some degree of personal responsibility” for being raped.

His controversial comments have led him to be banned from most social media platforms, including Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.

He had also been banned from Twitter, but his account was restored in November by Elon Musk. He currently has around 4 million followers on Twitter and millions more elsewhere.

NBC reported that videos of Tate on TikTok have been viewed more than 12 billion times as of August.

Tate is often seen smoking a cigar or showing off his car collection, worth an estimated $6 million.

Tate’s arrest came shortly after he got into a dispute with climate activist Greta Thunberg.

In a Tuesday tweet addressed to Thunberg, Tate asked for her email so he could “send a complete list of my car collection and their respective enormous emissions.”

Andrew Tate’s twitter

Thunberg tweeted in response, “Yes, please do enlighten me. email me at”

Her reply drew an enormous amount of attention, and according to Newsweek, it has become the sixth most-liked tweet of all time.

Tate shot back by sharing a video of himself smoking a cigar and eating a pizza from a local Romanian restaurant.

Many claimed that the pizza box, which reportedly contained a QR code directly linked to the restaurant, was used by Romanian police to track down Tate, who was allegedly in hiding.

However, Romanian officials debunked this and said that, while it was a “funny” theory, it was not true, NBC reported.

Thunberg said after Tate’s arrest: “This is what happens when you don’t recycle your pizza boxes.”

Greta Thunberg

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One kidnapped Ohio infant found, search continues for twin

One of the two newborns who were taken from a parking lot in Columbus, Ohio, on Monday night has been found, but police are still looking for the second youngster.

The black 2010 four-door Honda Accord that Nalah Jackson is suspected of driving has been reported stolen, and authorities have issued a photo of the suspect.

Kason and Ky’air Thomas’ mother left the two babies in their running car seats as she entered a restaurant on Monday at 9:45 p.m. EST. The car was gone when she came back, which prompted the creation of an Amber Alert for the missing twins.
Ky’air Thomas was discovered on Tuesday at the Dayton International Airport outside, seated in a car seat. That day, the temperature ranged from 37.4 to 18.6 degrees Fahrenheit.

Thomas Kason is still missing. 

As of 4:30 p.m. EST, there have been no confirmed sightings, thus the Amber Alert has not been expanded to adjacent states but is still in effect in Ohio.

On Wednesday, police said that they had spoken with witnesses who had seen Jackson near the airport parking lot on Tuesday.

Tuesday was spent by family members looking for the missing infants in parking lots and shopping centers.

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Two Bodies Were Found Ten Days After Two Teens Went Missing In Toledo, Ohio

— following the disappearance of two teenage boys in Toledo, Ohio, to make arrests.

The dead, which were discovered in a vacant home that burned down earlier this month in a fire that is thought to have been started intentionally, have not been identified by authorities. On Thursday, local TV images showed law enforcement and family members of Kyshawn Pittman, 15, and Ke’Marion Wilder, 16, at the house’s rubble.

The boys were last observed alive climbing into a silver SUV on December 3 at Maumee Bay State Park. The last thing Pittman’s mother reportedly heard from him was when he requested her to book him a Lyft from a party at the Maumee Bay Lodge.

The two remains were discovered at the house, which burned down two days after the teenagers were last seen there, the Toledo Police Department reported on Thursday. According to Lt. Dan Gerken, identifying the bodies will take some time.

Five people have been taken into custody, nevertheless, in relation to the youngsters’ disappearance. After police claimed they lied about the whereabouts of the youngsters, Crystal LaForge-Yingling, Corbin Gingrich, and Carissa Eames were charged earlier this week with obstructing an investigation. Cruz Garcia and Diamond Rivera were both accused on Thursday of two counts of kidnapping and obstruction of justice, respectively.

LaForge-Yingling, Gingrich, and Eames are linked to Wilder’s girlfriend, according to Wilder’s sister. I don’t care about anything else. I just want him home, that’s it.”

“He was picked up from a party, and that was the last time we have known to see him or speak to him,” Nadolny said. “He spoke to a family member on FaceTime Saturday, and that was the last time we’ve heard or seen anything. No communication whatsoever.

“It’s like a movie we never wanted to be a part of; it’s horrible,” she said. “We just lost his mother less than a year ago. This is just horrible. It’s literally been a nightmare. Our family is falling apart.”

Reynolds told the news outlet that she and others have been searching, knocking on doors, passing fliers out.

“It’s hard to do, people turning the fliers away, all types of stuff,” she said. “It feels like everybody has something to do with it, I just want them at home.”

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The boy’s body stuffed into a washing machine

Authorities in Texas have released a report showing that a 7-year-old boy found dead in a washing machine suffered a traumatic childhood and had multiple interactions with child protective services before his death.

Prior to Troy Khoeler, 7, being discovered dead inside a washing machine in Harris County, Texas, in July, the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) conducted two investigations over a four-month period, according to a report that was made public, KRIV-TV reported.

After authorities were unable to establish whether the bruises and marks on Khoeler’s body were caused by abuse or accidents involving other children as the parents claimed, both investigations were ended.

The parents who adopted Khoeler from foster care in 2019—Jermaine Thomas, 42, and Tiffany Thomas, 35—were detained and charged in relation to Khoeler’s passing last month. Khoeler was abused and traumatized throughout his life, according to the study. His drug withdrawal symptoms first appeared when he was a newborn after his biological mother acknowledged consuming Xanax and hydrocodone without a prescription while she was pregnant.

When both of their opiates tests came back positive, Khoeler was taken from his mother’s care because to worries that she did not grasp his feeding regimen.

Khoeler’s bruises around his eyes were reported to child protection authorities in January, and the young boy claimed his cousin had assaulted him with a toy. However, the report indicates that Khoeler was unable to provide any additional information and that his story did not seem to be compatible with the marks.

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The couple traveled with 8-year-old daughter’s body in the trailer to spend more time with her 3 months after the death

Three months after their daughter, 8, passed away, a couple crossed state lines with her body in a U-Haul trailer because they “wanted to spend more time with her,” according to the police.

According to the Mitchell Police Department, Mandie Miller, 33, and Aleksander Kurmoyarov, 28, were detained in Mitchell, South Dakota, on Wednesday after authorities discovered they were hauling the girl’s body from Washington State to the Pine Ridge Native American reservation in South Dakota.

In contrast to Kurmoyarov’s account, Miller told detectives that her adopted daughter had passed away on September 10. According to him, the child passed away in Airway Heights, Washington, just before Halloween. According to investigators, Kurmoyarov said that he and Miller didn’t report the girl’s death or seek medical assistance for her because they wanted to spend more time with her and were worried about getting into trouble.

They failed to inform South Dakota or Washington State police about the 8-year-passing. old’s Instead, the Davison County Coroner called Mitchell police on Wednesday to report that the couple had contacted him, letting them know of the odd and dismal scenario.

Officers located the U-Haul with the casket and the child’s remains inside after following the pair to a residence in Mitchell. The pair had been in South Dakota for four days and around two days in the city.

Miller and Kurmoyarov were each charged with one count of failing to report a child’s death to law enforcement. They were taken into custody as Washington and South Dakota police conducted separate investigations.

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Man Escapes Farmhouse To Tell World His Family Has Been Trapped In Secret Room For 9 Years

A 25-year-old Dutchman entered a bar in the Dutch region of Drenthe. He had long, unruly hair and an untidy, dirty beard, and he appeared puzzled and disoriented.

The young man placed a drink order and struck up a conversation with Chris, the bar’s proprietor. As it turned out, the enigmatic customer had a terrifying tale to share.

The man continued by revealing to Chris that he and his five younger siblings had been residing in the cellar of their father’s farm house in Ruinerwold, a tiny isolated community close to the bar.

He asserted that they had been cut off from the outside world for about ten years. Under their “doomsday” father’s orders, the siblings “waited for the end of time” throughout.

In an effort to put a stop to their seclusion, this young man had finally been able to leave the bunker and leave the expansive land.

Chris helped the man call 911 — and now it was time for the police to go and see what exactly had been going on inside that farmhouse for so long.

What the cops found inside the home left them completely stunned. Watch the video to find out.

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