49 year old Scott D. Stockert has been arrested on a weapons charge in connection with an alleged plot to kidnap one of Barack Obama’s Portuguese water dogs. Oh my. Stockert was arrested in DC on Wednesday after agents found two firearms under the back seat, a 12-gauge pump shotgun and a bolt-action .22-caliber rifle. How bizarre, Bo or Sunny could have been the first First family dogs ever kidnapped had this plot had not been stopped. As you can guess, Scott D. Stockert is not operating with a full deck. Upon his arrest, Scott D. Stockert, commented to authorities that he was Jesus Christ, that he was the son of John F. Kennedy and Marilyn Monroe, that he planned to run for president. Well alrighty then.
A man who allegedly plotted to kidnap one of the Obama family’s dogs was arrested in the District on Wednesday with a cache of weapons and ammunition in his car, the Secret Service said.
Upon his arrest, Scott D. Stockert, 49, of Dickinson, N.D., made a series of outlandish claims to officers: that he was Jesus Christ, that he was the son of John F. Kennedy and Marilyn Monroe, that he planned to run for president, and that he was there to kidnap Bo or Sunny, the Obamas’ dogs, the Secret Service said in a court document.
According to a filing in D.C. Superior Court, the Minnesota field office of the Secret Service first learned of Stockert’s intention to kidnap one of the Obamas’ Portuguese water dogs.
When agents asked him whether he had any weapons, he told them he had two firearms in his truck and directed them to the truck.
Agents found the two firearms under the back seat — a 12-gauge pump shotgun and a bolt-action .22-caliber rifle. They learned that he was not registered to own a gun and arrested him, the court document said.
They also found more than 350 rounds of ammunition, a billy club and a machete with a 12-inch blade.
54 year old Lisa Marie has been missing since January, 5, 2016 in Blaine, Minnesota. Lisa Marie was last seen leaving her home on the 800 block of 129 Ave. NE at about 6:30 p.m. on January 5. She is considered to be at risk due to her struggles with mental issues.
Investigators say 54-year-old Lisa Marie left her home on the 800 block of 129th Ave. Northeast on foot Wednesday and has not been seen since. Marie may be struggling with mental health concerns, and law enforcement believe her well-being is at risk.
Lisa Marie is 5 feet 3 inches tall, and was last seen wearing a longer tan coat, a tan long sleeve shirt, jeans and white winter boots.
If anyone has seen or has any information regarding Lisa Marie or knows of her whereabouts is asked to call Blaine Police at 763-427-1212
12 year old Aracely Acevedo has been missing since Wednesday, December 23, 2015 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Aracely Acevedo was last seen getting onto the Northbound 56 bus on the 2000 block of Wakeling Street. According to the authorities she suffers from Attention Deficit Disorder and Hyperactivity.
She was last seen getting onto the Northbound 56 bus on the 2000 block of Wakeling Street.
Police say she suffers from Attention Deficit Disorder and Hyperactivity.
Aracely is 5’2?, 115 lbs with brown eyes and brown hair.
She was last seen wearing a red shirt and black school pants.
If anyone has any information on the whereabouts of Aracely Acevedo, please contact Northeast Detective Division at 215-686-3153, or call 911.
46 year old Claudine Car, the mother of two daughters, went missing on Friday morning, November 6, 2015 in Gilbert, Arizona. Claudine’s husband, Nick Carr, says she went to run errands around 8:30 a.m. and never came back.Claudine has blonde hair. She’s 5 foot, 3 inches tall and weighs 115 pounds and she was last seen driving a pearl colored 2007 Cadillac Escalade with Arizona license plate number BPM4514. According to accounts, Claudine Carr struggles with depression and on Friday morning, Nick Car stated that she was not herself. Gilbert police are asking the public’s for their help in finding missing Claudine Carr.
A Gilbert family is desperate for answers, after a wife and mother of two daughters, Claudine Carr, went missing Friday morning.
Claudine’s husband, Nick Carr, says she went to run errands around 8:30 a.m. and never came back. Her first stop was supposed to be to pick up prescriptions at CVS, but she never made it there.
Her family filed a missing person’s report Friday morning. Ever since, they have organized search parties to scour Gilbert and down south, but so far, no trace of her.
Nick Carr said his wife struggles with depression and on this particular morning she was not herself.
If you know anything, please call Gilbert Police at 480-503-6500.
4 Dead and Dozens Injured as Car Slams into Crowd Watching Oklahoma State University Homecoming Parade in Stillwater (Update: 25 Year Old Adacia Chambers Arrested, Suspicion of DUI)(Update: Suspect Charged with 2nd Degree Murder)
TRAGEDY AT HOMECOMING PARADE IN STILLWATER, OK
There are 3 dead and dozens injured as a vehicle drove straight into the crowd watching the Oklahoma State homecoming parade in Stillwater, Oklahoma on Saturday. A suspects has been arrested following the fatal motor vehicle accident. 25 year old Adacia Chambers has been arrested by police on suspicion of DUI. Look for many more charges to follow in this fatal crash.
Oklahoma State University’s homecoming parade quickly turned into pandemonium Saturday morning as a car barreled into a crowded street corner, causing massive injuries and at least three deaths.
A 25-year-old woman was taken into custody on suspicion of driving under the influence. Authorities say the woman, Adacia Chambers is not a OSU student, “but was clearly intoxicated.”
Police announced the fatalities at a press conference.
Sadly, a 2 year old boy has died from his injuries as a result of Adacia Chambers’ car driving full speed into the crowd. Nash Lucas was identified as one of the victims by his family. Nash was at the parade with his mother, Nicolette Strauch, of Weatherford, Oklahoma.
Four people are dead and 47 hurt in a car crash involving spectators Saturday morning at an Oklahoma State University homecoming parade.
Authorities said the crash happened at 10:30 a.m. at Hall of Fame and Main Street.
Police said five people are in critical condition. Twelve others, including six children, are also hospitalized at six hospitals in Oklahoma City, Tulsa or Stillwater.
Thirty people were treated and released from the hospital including five children.
A 25-year-old woman accused of driving a car into a crowd of people at an Oklahoma State University homecoming parade over the weekend, killing four people and injuring dozens of others, is set to make her first court appearance.
Adacia Chambers of Stillwater is scheduled to appear Monday in Payne County District Court. Chambers was arrested after the Saturday crash on suspicion of driving while under the influence. Stillwater police said Sunday she was being held on four additional counts of second-degree murder.
The woman facing four second-degree murder charges after allegedly driving her car into the crowd at Oklahoma State University’s homecoming parade will face a judge Monday hours after her attorney said he believed she was suffering from mental illness.
Adacia Chambers, 25, was arrested after Saturday’s crash on suspicion of driving while under the influence. On Sunday, authorities added four charges of second-degree murder, one for each person who died in the tragedy.
Chambers’ attorney Tony Coleman said she did not smell of alcohol when he met her hours after the crash and did not appear to be someone who had been in a “drunken stupor.”