43 Year Old PGA Player Robert Allenby Kidnapped & Robbed Friday Night from Wine Bar in Waikiki After Missing the Cut at the Sony Open in Hawaii
KIDNAPPED, ROBBED AND BEATEN …
43 year old Australian PGA player Robert Allenby was reported to have been kidnapped and robbed Friday night t in Honolulu, Hawaii. The Australian golfer was kidnapped from a wine bar Friday night in Waikiki , beaten and robbed before being dropped off in a park more than six miles away. Allenby reportedly signed his check at the Amuse Wine Bar at 10:48 p.m. local time, and surveillance footage showed him leaving the parking lot minutes later with a group of five or six people.
Allenby, 43, said he was at a wine bar in Waikiki when he was abducted at around 11 p.m. local time, placed in a car, driven 6½ miles away and robbed.
“I didn’t think I was going to survive this one,” Allenby told the Australian Associated Press.
“I was separated from my friend (Anthony Puntoriero) in the bar after we had paid the tab at 10:48 p.m., and he went to the bathroom and next thing you know I’m being dumped in a park miles away.
“I only know this part because a homeless woman found me and told me she saw a few guys pull up and throw me out of the car. That is where I got the scrapes above my eye from the sidewalk.”
According to the AAP, Allenby believes he may have been drugged by the suspects at the bar.
“I didn’t think I was going to survive this one,” Allenby told the AAP. “I was separated from my friend in the bar after we paid the tab at 10:48 p.m. and he went to the bathroom, and next thing you know I’m being dumped in a park miles away.”
Allenby sustained significant facial injuries and was robbed of his wallet, cellphone, cash and credit cards, according to Middlemo.
13 Year Old Cheyenne Phillips & 18 Year Old Dalton Hayes Arrested Sunday Morning in Panama City Beach, Florida
Teen Bonnie & Clyde arrested …
18 year old Dalton Hayes and 13-year old Cheyenne Phillips have finally been arrested by police. The teen couple dubbed the teen Bonnie and Clyde were arrested Sunday morning in Panama City Beach, Florida. Where else would you find two teens in Florida, but Panama City. Police found them asleep in a 2011 Toyota Tundra that was stolen in Henry County, Georgia. They were arrested without incident. Hayes and Phillips went missing on January 3, 2015 from their small hometown in Grayson County, KY. The two find themselves in a world of trouble after their crime spree across the South, stealing multiple vehicles and the use of stolen checks.
Two teenagers who have blazed a trail of crime in the South were arrested Sunday morning in Panama City Beach, Florida, authorities said in a statement.
US Marshal’s Service and local police discovered 18-year-old Dalton Hayes and 13-year-old Cheyenne Phillips asleep in a 2011 Toyota Tundra that was stolen in Henry County, Georgia, Grayson County Sheriff officials said.
Law enforcement surrounded the truck and apprehended the two individuals without incident.
Police said the process has begun to get both teenagers back to Kentucky to answer for multiple felony charges.
The US Marshals service say they have caught two Grayson County teenagers accused of a string of crimes spanning multiple states.
The Grayson County Sheriff’s Office had been searching for Cheyenne Phillips, 13, and Dalton Hayes, 18, since Jan. 3, when Cheyenne’s father first reported her missing.
The two have managed to evade police since then, traveling 597 miles to Manning, South Carolina, and another 256 miles to Henry County, Georgia.
The couple is suspected of stealing multiple vehicles and using forged checks along the way.
13 Year Old Cheyenne Phillips Missing Since 1/3/15 in Grayson County, KY … Believed to be with 18 Year Old Dalton Hayes (Update: “Bonnie & Clyde” Wanted for Felony Auto Theft)
13 year old Cheyenne Phillips has been missing since January 3, 2015 in Grayson, Kentucky. The Grayson County Sheriff’s Office says that Cheyenne Phillips is believed to be with 18 year old Dalton Hayes. Phillips is registered as a missing juvenile and Hayes is wanted for custodial interference and other charges. Both are suspects in two felony auto thefts. It looks like we have a modern day teenage Bonnie and Clyde on our hands.
- Cheyenne Phillips is a white female, approximately 5-foot-1-inches tall, weighs approximately 100-pounds with blonde hair and hazel eyes. Hayes is described a
- Dalton Hayes is a white male, 5-foot-10-inches tall, approximately 175 to 180 pounds with a blond burr haircut and hazel eyes.
Cheyenne Phillips, 13, was reported missing on Jan. 3. Officials say they think she might be with Dalton Hayes, 18. Deputies say he is wanted for custodial interference and other charges.
Deputies say the behavior of the teens continues to become increasingly “brazen and dangerous.” They have both fled police on two occasions. They are possibly in a red 2006 Toyota Tacoma extended cab 4WD, but may have ditched it and stolen another vehicle.
Sheriff Norman Chaffins said the two have been evading deputies and they’re now accused of stealing two cars. He said the couple stole one car, crashed it, ran from authorities, then stole another car.
They may still be in a red 2006 Toyota Tacoma. Authorities say a gun was inside the stolen car, without ammunition.
“The situation has become increasingly dangerous, not just for those two, but for citizens and for law enforcement,” Chaffins said.
Deputies said the two likely have no money and the sheriff is worried what they’ll do to get some cash.
The Grayson County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that a missing 13-year-old and her 18-year-old boyfriend were in South Carolina this week.
Cheyenne Phillips and Dalton Hayes were spotted Monday at a Walmart in the town of Manning.
Hmm, looks like Scared Monkeys had the WAPO beat by numerous days in calling the missing, car robbing Kentucky teens, Bonnie & Clyde.
Cheyenne Phillips, 13, and her 18-year old boyfriend Dalton Hayes went missing two weeks ago. No one knows exactly where they are now, but police — guided by a trail of criminal activity and surveillance video that stretches through at least three states – know exactly where they’ve been.
“It is imperative that these two be located and apprehended as their behavior is becoming increasingly brazen and dangerous,” the Grayson County Sheriff’s Office in Kentucky said in a statement according to NBC News.
Two missing Kentucky teenagers suspected of a crime spree across the South have been spotted in Florida, where they were seen panhandling, police told NBC News on Friday.
Grayson County, Georgia, Sheriff Norman Chaffins said 18-year-old Dalton Hayes and his 13-year-old girlfriend Cheyenne Phillips, may be staying in camps or homeless shelters and could have the weapons that were in one of the vehicles they allegedly stole.
The Kentucky man who, with his underage lover drew comparisons to Bonnie and Clyde before their multi-state crime spree ended in their arrest early Sunday, will “face the consequences” in a Florida courtroom this morning.
Tammy Martin, the mother of 18-year-old Dalton Hayes, who took off from his Kentucky home with a 13-year-old girl earlier this month, said she had urged the pair to surrender and “face the consequences.” They were arrested without incident as they slept in a stolen pickup truck in Panama City, Fla. Hayes was scheduled to make an 8:30 a.m. court appearance via video hookup, according to the Bay County jail records in the Panama City area.
Arrest Warrant Issued for 9 Year Old Boy in Post Falls, ID For Failure to Appear in Court after Stealing Pack of Gum
9 year old gum stealing boy public enemy #1 in Post Falls, Idaho …
A 9 year old boy in Post Falls, Idaho was arrested for failure to appear in court for a second time. The original offense that the 9 year old was charged with, stealing a pack of gum. That is correct folks, a pack of frigging gum. Are you telling me that we are wasting the police and courts time with offenses like stealing a single pack of gum? UNREAL. So in 2015, pot is legal but stealing gum that cost less than a $1 gets you a court date? According to reports, the child did not show for court because his family had no way to get him to the courthouse. How is a 9 year old boy held responsible for not being able to get to Court? Maybe he should have stole a car and drove? The child is currently in the Juvenile Detention Center where he will soon stand before a judge. Really, you have a 9 year old in a Juvenile Detention Center because of this with all the risks that are prevalent being in Juvy?
Are you telling me that the legal system could not have found a better way to handle this situation? Three 4th grade girls had no charges filed against them in New York after plotting to kill their teacher because no one got hurt, yet theft of less than $1 gets this poor 9 yer old boy time in a Juvenile Detention Center. Head shaking.
Post Falls Chief of Police Scott Haug says he was very surprised when an arrest warrant landed on his desk earlier this week. The warrant was for a “failure to appear,” not uncommon. But the perpetrator was a nine year old boy.
Kootenai County Prosecuting Attorney Barry McHugh, who issued the arrest warrant, was not able to comment because the case involves someone younger than 18 years old. However, Haug says the warrant was issued because it was the second time the 9 year old missed his day in court.
What was the original charge? Stealing a pack of gum.
Haug says this is the first time in his 30 years in law enforcement that he’s ever seen an arrest warrant issued for someone as young as nine.
- The solid bronze, 18″ statue was stolen from the outdoor exhibit at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences last Sunday.
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Police Officer Shot Saturday Night in Ferguson, Missouri While Confronting Two Burglars … Shooting Suspect Still at Large
And the spotlight continues on Ferguson …
A police officer was shot Saturday night in Ferguson, MO as he was conducting a routine business check at the Ferguson Community Center in the 1000 block of Smith Avenue in Ferguson. According to Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson, the officer spotted two suspects trying to break into a business while on routine patrol, the officer confronted the suspects, and then one of them pulled a gun and fired at the officer striking him in the arm. He was transported to Barnes Jewish Hospital and is expected to be okay. The shooting suspect was last seen running into a wooded area behind the Community Center. The shooting suspect is described as a black male with deadlocks, 5’11″, wearing a dark shirt and dark pants. The suspects is still at large.
A Ferguson police officer was shot Saturday night. The officer, a man, survived the shooting, authorities said.
The shooting occurred in the 1000 block of Smith Avenue in Ferguson, near the new Ferguson Community Center.
Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson said Saturday night that the officer was on routine patrol and spotted two suspects trying to break into a business. He said the business was in Ferguson.
When the officer confronted the suspects, Jackson said, one of them pulled a gun and fired at the officer. The officer was struck once in the arm, and was expected to be okay.
At a news conference near the Ferguson Police Department early Sunday, St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar gave the same account of the shooting as Jackson.
He added that police fired at the suspects at some point during the altercation. But there is no evidence that they were hit. “We have no indication either suspect was shot,” Belmar said.
St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar press conference regarding incident
It Begins, Obamacare Enrollees Info Compromised … 400 Connecticut Health-Exchange Enrollees’ Information May Be Compromised
And so it begins … 400 Connecticut Obamacare health-exchange enrollees’ information may have been compromised. A backpack was recovered in Hartford, Connecticut that held “four notepads with personal information for approximately 400 individuals. The backpack also contained Access Health CT paperwork and it appears as though some of that personal information may be associated with Access Health CT accounts. According to the New Haven Register, Hartford Police spokesman Lt. Brian Foley said an officer responded at about 2:15 p.m. to 280 Trumbull St. to meet with an Access Health CT employee regarding an employee possibly taking customer’s personal information. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services spokesman Aaron Albright said in a statement, “This situation does not involve consumers who have used HealthCare.gov.” Of course those words are about as reputable as the Obamacare, Healthcare.gov website roll-out. These are exactly the concerns many individuals warned of with the use and potential abuse by counselors for the exchanges known as “navigators.”
The personal information of around 400 health-exchange enrollees may be compromised, according to a statement issued today by Access Health CT CEO Kevin Counihan.
The statement notes that a backpack was recovered in Hartford that held “four notepads with personal information for approximately 400 individuals. The backpack also contained Access Health CT paperwork and it appears as though some of that personal information may be associated with Access Health CT accounts. It is still unclear where the backpack came from, and we are working [with] the Hartford Police Department to investigate, and contact the individuals whose information may be compromised. … Let me be clear: we are sorry this happened. This is a very serious situation and we will hold the person or persons who are responsible to account.”
Kathleen Tallarita, the government and public affairs outreach manager for Access Health CT, told National Review Online by phone that the health exchange does not know yet whether identity theft has occurred, but “we’re diligently looking into what’s happened.”
“Earlier today, we received a report that an individual in Hartford discovered a backpack on Trumbull Street containing four notepads with personal information for approximately 400
individuals. The backpack also contained Access Health CT paperwork and it appears as though some of that personal information may be associated with Access Health CT accounts.
It is still unclear where the backpack came from, and we are working the Hartford Police Department to investigate, and contact the individuals whose information may be compromised.
Makes you wonder how many backpacks have made it out of these health-exchanges that were not found, doesn’t it?
Are You Kidding … Devery Kelley and Cornell Robinson Arrested For Armed Robbery Of Pregnant Woman In Labor in Annapolis, MD
What kind of a low-life must one be to rob a pregnant woman in labor?
24 year old Devery Kelley of Annapolis, MD and 44 year old Cornell Robinson of Washington, DC have been arrested by Annapolis Police for the armed robbery of a pregnant woman who was in labor. The incident occurred early Sunday morning as an eyewitness called police at around 4:30 a.m. after seeing a man and pregnant woman being held at gunpoint in the 1800-block of Copeland Street. The two scumbags, oh sorry alleged scumbags, fled the crime scene in a stolen vehicle; however, were later captured by police and arrested.
Cornell Robinson (left) – Devery Kelley (rt)
Annapolis Police arrest two people for an armed robbery of a pregnant woman in labor.
An eyewitness called police at around 4:30 a.m. Sunday after seeing a man and pregnant woman being held at gunpoint in the 1800-block of Copeland Street.
The woman was going into labor prior to the robbery and was transported to Anne Arundel Medical Center.
When officers arrived on scene, one of the victims pointed to the suspects fleeing the neighborhood in a stolen vehicle.
26 Year Old, Pregnant, St. Mary’s University Canadian Student, Loretta Saunders Missing Since 2/13/14 Has Been Found Dead in New Brunswick (Update: Blake Leggette & Victoria Lea Henneberry Previously Arrested, Now Charged with First Degree Murder)
Loretta Saunders – Facebook
26 year old Loretta Saunders, a Canadian student, studying at St.Mary’s University in Halifax has been missing since February 13, 2014. Saunders is a criminology major was writing her honors thesis on missing and murdered indigenous women when she vanished. Saunders, who was pregnant, went missing on Feb. 13 after she allegedly went to collect rent money from Leggette and Henneberry, who were subletting a Cowie Hill Road apartment from her. Saunders was last seen alive on Feb. 13 in Halifax; however , her car, a 2000 Toyota Celica, was recovered near Windsor, Ont. on Feb. 18 and Henneberry and Leggette were both charged with theft of a motor vehicle.
Loretta Saunders’ body was found Wednesday afternoon in New Brunswick, not long after police ruled the missing Saint Mary’s University student’s case a homicide.
Investigators from the RCMP in New Brunswick and Halifax police located the remains just west of Salisbury, in the median off Route 2 of the Trans-Canada Highway, Halifax police said in a news release issued just after 6 p.m.
Blake Leggette & Victoria Lea Henneberry, Twitter Photo
Halifax police laid first-degree murder charges Thursday against Loretta Saunders’ two roommates, saying the Saint Mary’s University student was killed at her apartment the day she went missing.
The pregnant Saunders, 26, died at the 41 Cowie Hill Rd. apartment Feb. 13, Supt. Jim Perrin of the Halifax Regional Police-RCMP integrated criminal investigation division said at a news conference.
Saunders had gone that day to collect rent money from Blake Leggette, 25, and Victoria Lea Henneberry, 28, whom Saunders’ boyfriend called subletters rather than roommates.
Charges of first-degree murder mean that police believe the crime was premeditated. Perrin said he does not foresee further charges at this point.
Henneberry and her boyfriend Leggette are due to face the charges in Halifax provincial court this morning, regional police said late Thursday afternoon.
27 Year Old Kayla Michelle Finley Arrested and Charged with Not Returning a Jennifer Lopez Video Rental from 2005
This further emphasizes the point, nothing good comes from renting a J-Lo movie …
27 year old Kayla Michelle Finley arrested and charged with not returning a video tape that she rented in 2005. Making matters worse, the rental video store, Dalton Video, isn’t even in business anymore. Wait, imagine being arrested for not returning a J-Lo film, Monster-in-Law? How does one get arrested for something like this? How much could the tape or fine actually be worth? My we have come a long way in America, pot legal, but you can be arrested for not returning a video. Thankfully, technology has changed in how movies are rented these days. Finley was arrested, and spent Thursday night in jail until her bond hearing Friday morning. A judge issued a $2,000 personal recognizance bond Friday morning, and she was released. Who thinks this is a tad bit extreme and a waste of law enforcements time and money?
Public Enemy #1 – Kayla Michelle Finley
Kayla Michelle Finley, 27, has been charged with failure to return a rented video cassette, according to the Pickens County Sheriff’s Office.
According to warrants Finely rented Monster-In-Law from Dalton Video, which is no longer in business, in 2005 and the tape was not returned within 72 hours.
Finley was sent letters to return the video several times but never responded, according to the warrant. It also said a certified warrant was sent to the woman on Sept. 12, 2005.
Now if Kayla Michelle Finley had rented Gigli and not returned it, she should be forced to do hard time.