Die Online-Community konnte Jeremy Meeks nicht verzeihen, dass er, kaum berühmt, seine Frau betrogen hatte. Um den Kommentaren zu entgehen, blockierte Jeremy sie einfach. Auf seiner Instagram-Seite kann man nur noch liken. Deshalb wird er für sein neues Foto auch keine Kritik bekommen können. Auf dem Bild ist er im Partnerlook mit Chloe zu sehen. Beschriftet ist das Foto mit der klaren Aussage: “Wenn du die Richtige findest, weißt du es.” Ergänzend stehen dort die Hashtags “gesegnet”, “Liebe” und “so glücklich”. Ein klares Zeichen an seine Hater.
Für Jeremys Frau Melissa der nächste Schlag ins Gesicht: Nach den Fremdgehbildern zeigt sich der Vater ihrer Kinder nun glücklich verliebt in seine Millionärsfreundin.
A former middle school gym teacher in Georgia was arrested for the second time this year for having sex with a student.
Shawnetta D. Reece, 40, was taken into custody Thursday for engaging in sexual conduct with a high school senior in 2015, according to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. The student was 18 years old at the time of the alleged relationship.
The former Union County Middle School gym teacher was arrested at her Blairsville home.
Authorities became aware of the relationship while investigating allegations that the teacher was sexually involved with a 15-year-old student in 2013.
Reece was arrested Aug. 14 for the relationship with the 15-year-old. She was charged with child molestation and sexual assault by persons with supervisory or disciplinary authority.
She was booked again Thursday on charges of sexual assault by persons with supervisory or disciplinary authority in the case of the second victim.
Authorities said they will continue to investigate the former track coach.
“Upon completion of the investigation, the case will be provided to the Enotah Judicial Circuit District Attorney for prosecution,” the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said.
More legal drama for Ricky Williams … the ex-NFL star was arrested in Texas this week on traffic warrants.
The ex-Texas Longhorns running back didn’t appear too concerned when the time came to snap his mug shot — he even broke out a smile.
Cops say the 40-year-old Heisman Trophy winner was pulled over on Tuesday for a routine traffic stop — and when cops pulled his records, they noticed an active warrant for his arrest.
Williams was hauled to Travis County Jail — but he’s out now.
No word about why there was an active warrant out for him in the first place. We’re working on it.
Story developing …
DOYLESTOWN, Pa. (AP) – A lawyer for a man who sued a Pennsylvania county jail for posting his mugshot online says nearly 70,000 former inmates could have claims in a class-action lawsuit, though the county being sued disputes that.
Attorney Jonathan Shub represents Daryoush Taha, 46, a Sicklerville, New Jersey, man arrested on disorderly conduct and other charges in 1998. Those charges were expunged two years later.
Taha sued the Bucks County jail after his mugshot and arrest information were included in 2011 on a county website where people could look up current and former jail inmates. After the lawsuit, the county removed all mugshots and most inmates’ arrest information two years later.
The county lost its appeal of a judge’s ruling last year that it violated federal law and that Taha’s case can go forward as a class action.
The Pennsylvania Criminal History Record Information Act prohibits sharing a person’s arrest record with anyone outside of law enforcement if the person isn’t convicted of a crime.
Shub contends the county could be on the hook for between $1,000 and $10,000 in
Sometimes, a picture is worth $1,000.
A lawyer representing a New Jersey man in a federal class action suit against Bucks County and its prison believes a mugshot could be worth nearly $700 million.
A U.S. District Court judge gets the final say on whether Daryoush Taha, 46, of Sicklerville, and possibly others, are awarded as little as $1,000 or as much as $680 million in what one Temple University law professor called a precedent-setting class action suit.
“It’s a very novel case,” said attorney Jonathan Shub, who is representing Taha, the lead plaintiff in the suit. “This statute has never been tested.”
Taha sued the county four years ago, alleging it violated his civil rights when it included on its online inmate lookup tool his mugshot and other information from a 1998 arrest in Bensalem on charges of harassment, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
Taha was accepted into a one-year trial diversion probation program for non-violent first offenders, which he completed, and his arrest information was ordered expunged in January 2000.
Bucks County created its electronic inmate lookup search tool in January 2011 and later that year, Taha claims he learned his arrest information and mugshot were still listed on the site, according
Investigation is underway after Ravenna man beaten by Pittsburgh police officer
Ricky Williams has run into legal trouble once again.
The former NFL running back was arrested in Texas this week on traffic warrants, according to the Austin American-Statesman.
Williams was pulled over for a traffic offense in South Austin Tuesday. Police found an active warrant for Williams’ arrest and they took him to Travis County jail where he was later released.
He didn’t appear to be too concerned with the arrest — he was shown smiling in his mugshot.
Earlier this year, Williams said he was racially profiled by police when he went for a walk near a hotel he was staying at. Police said they received a call about a man who was hopping fences and loitering in a nearby backyard.
The entire incident was captured on the police’s dashcam.
The running back later described his experience on “The Dudley and Bob Show” on Austin radio station KLBJ 93.7.
“They had me
Here are the latest arrest mugshots provided by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty.
A Montgomery police officer has been placed on leave after being arrested this past weekend.
MPD Sgt. James Stewart, 39, is charged with menacing after being accused of threatening to shoot a woman, smashing his gun against a car window and ripping the car’s door handle off.
The arrest stemmed from a a complaint filed by the woman. According to the complaint, Stewart blocked a vehicle in with his truck while two people were in the vehicle.
“(Stewart) exited his vehicle with a gun and ordered me out of the vehicle,” the complaint reads. “He then tried to open the locked driver’s door and said, ‘Get out of the car or I’m going to shoot you.'”
Stewart then allegedly “ripped off” the driver’s door handle, “cocked the slide of” the pistol, and “pointed it at (the driver’s) head and chest.”
The woman got out
by: Carl Willis
Updated: Sep 19, 2017 – 11:50 AM
Ithaca Police on Tuesday identified the Cornell student charged with assault following a recent Collegetown altercation in which a black Cornell student said he was called the N-word and punched in the face by a group of white men.
Police identified a 19-year-old, John Greenwood as the Cornell student charged with misdemeanor assault after he was arrested early on Friday morning. A city official, speaking on condition of anonymity, confirmed that Greenwood is white. Police did not release a mugshot.
The arrest followed a fight on the corner of Eddy and Seneca streets that sent one student to the hospital.
That student, who spoke to The Sun on condition of anonymity on Friday, said he was trying to get people to leave the front yard of his residence when a group of men yelled expletives and the N-word at him.
When the student, a junior in Kappa Sigma, confronted the men around 1 a.m., he said four or five of them repeatedly punched him in the face. “I was pretty bloodied up,” he said. The student got checked at a local hospital for a possible concussion and broken nose, of which he had neither, he said.
Many students, including members of Black Students