- 1:39 pm Wednesday, August 9th, 2017 by Danny
Three Florida teens bragging via Snapchat about the robbery they’d just committed led deputies straight to them.
With jewelry, cash, and the gun that helped them all in hand, most importantly you can see all three of the teenager’s faces.
The victim agreed to meet with the boys to buy a Louis Vuitton belt for $200. When they arrived at the meeting place, the victim got into the backseat of the car and one boy stuck a gun in the victim’s rib cages.
While being held at gunpoint, another boy reached over and pulled two necklaces and a bracelet off the victim before [More]
- 10:39 pm Wednesday, January 11th, 2017 by DJ Ekin
This is like a squirrel problem of a different kind! Squirrels keep going into this Toronto store and stealing candy …yes candy! Check out this more on this madness right here!
The family that owns the store posted on Redditt asking how to stop it …and lots of folks were like me …”why not just close the door?” lol
- 12:30 pm Thursday, October 20th, 2016 by Phoebe
- 10:13 pm Tuesday, October 11th, 2016 by DJ Ekin
#HotRumors: Someone close to Kim K filed bankruptcy 10 weeks ago …were they involved in the robbery?
- 9:06 pm Thursday, October 6th, 2016 by DJ Ekin
The saga continues it seems as now its being reported that Kim’s bodyguard filed for bankruptcy 10 weeks before the robbery. Hmmmm think that it means that he had something to do with it? More details here!
- 7:53 pm Tuesday, September 13th, 2016 by DJ Ekin
This guy Broyoan Lopez is being hailed the worst person in NY right now …and honestly, its with good reason! Check out the video of him robbing a 93 year old woman in a wheelchair.
- 7:31 am Wednesday, July 20th, 2016 by Holly
An 18-year-old guy named Steven Manor from Eustis, Florida broke into a Dollar General store last week by smashing the window with a rock. The cops caught him and a 10-year-old kid stealing cigarettes and other stuff from the store.
Steven was arrested and charged with burglary and contributing to the delinquency of a minor, but he told the cops they had it all wrong. He said he wasn’t contributing to the delinquency of the kid. He said the kid MADE HIM rob the store.
The law is pretty clear that it’s the adult’s fault, although the cops did also arrest the 10-year-old.
My question: was the [More]