Male Feminist Arrested For Child Porn

A former moderator on one of the internet’s most prominent gaming forums, NeoGAF, has been arrested on charges of possessing child pornography.

Thirty-two-year-old Christopher John Goldberg, who went by the name “Amir0x” on social media, was a male feminist who often took to Twitter to express his hatred at “sexists” and Trump supporters, in vocal support of the Women’s March. He was active during the GamerGate debacle that took the gaming world by storm in 2014, taking the side of feminists.

The Tobyhanna, Penn. man was charged this Wednesday with 64 counts of child porn possession and one count of criminally using a computer to download the illicit materials. Goldberg told police that he believed the pictures were not illegal if they didn’t depict sexual acts, but the police didn’t buy his excuse and issued the charges against him.

According to the Pocono Record, Goldberg told investigators that he “has many fetishes” and downloaded different types of porn, including that of nude children. The man did not contest the allegations, and told police that the materials were an outlet for his urges.

Investigators from Monroe County DA’s office conducting a hunt for pedophiles online discovered a suspect computer possessing child porn,

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UPDATE: Woman Arrested in Massachusetts for Murder in Pensacola

UPDATE (10:15 a.m.)
– A woman was arrested Wednesday afternoon in Dartmouth, Mass. for the murder of a man in Pensacola, Fla.

Desiree Tedder has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of 23-year-old Drulmauert Mims. Investigators located the body of Mims buried in the backyard of a home on Barrancas Drive in the Warrington community.

23-year-old Drulmauert Mims

Mims was reported missing back on March 29 and his discovery is the work of a multi-agency search including the Pensacola Police Department, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office and the Florida State Attorney’s Office.

State Attorney Bill Eddins says the murder is not a threat to the Warrington community and it was a specific targeting of Mims.

Tedder is being held on no bond in a Massachusetts jail. She is expected to appear before a judge today for an extradition hearing. If she waives her right, she will be transported back to Florida in the coming days. If not, it could be weeks before Tedder is transported back to Florida.

Warrington, Florida (WKRG) – Investigators spent Wednesday digging for answers behind a

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South Dakota mugshots available starting July 1, process different than neighboring states

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KSFY) – This past legislative session, South Dakota became the 49th state to make mugshots public, but the process to request them is complicated. Neighboring states, Minnesota and Iowa, have fully public mugshots that are available, online and for free, something South Dakota won’t be doing.

“For us to get those photos for our records management — we do the exact same thing as what the public does although they do send it to us via email and snail mail,” said Rock County, Minnesota Sheriff Evan Verbrugge.

It’s the way Rock County has always done things. Mugshots are produced in Nobles County at the jail, then posted online to the inmates list. They’re widely available for the public and the press to access as soon as someone is arrested and booked.

“We’ll either get that from the jail and then distribute that appropriate or it’s put onto an inmate list on the jail website,” Verbrugge explained.

In Iowa, the mugshots are distributed the same way. Available on county jails’ websites and easily accessible to anyone who needs or wants them.

Starting Saturday in South Dakota, the process will require a little more work for law enforcement and for

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2nd suspect arrested in fatal shooting of 10-month-old – WLS

A 20-year-old man has been charged in connection with the shooting death of a 10-month-old.

Houston police just released a new mugshot for Kravon Human, who is charged along with Jared Balogun in the fatal shooting of 10-month-old Messiah Marshall.

Kravon Human was arrested Tuesday for the death of Messiah Marshall. He has been charged with capital murder.

The search for a third person connected to the shooting is ongoing.

A 24-year-old man has been charged in connection with the shooting death of the 10-month-old boy in southwest Houston.

Jared Balogun is accused of fatally shooting Messiah Justice Marshall on June 14 at the Nob Hill Apartments.

The baby boy’s 22-year-old father told police he was outside with Messiah in his arms when three men approached him shooting. They continued even as he ran away with his baby in his arms, he said.

RELATED: Mom of infant killed: ‘He was something special’

Balogun is also charged with capital murder.

The family set up a GoFundMe account to help cover funeral costs.

In an emotional interview with Eyewitness News, Aliyah Scott said her son loved Paw Patrol and Bruno Mars’ songs, and always drew people’s attention.

“He was something special.

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Woman arrested for trafficking, moonshine

A High Point woman allegedly possessed several gallons of moonshine and used her home to sell and distribute marijuana, according to an arrest report.

Shelby Roark Berrier, 56, of 339 Browntown Lane, High Point, was charged with trafficking marijuana, maintaining a dwelling used for keeping and selling a controlled substance, possession of a nontax paid alcohol and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia.

According a press release, Berrier possessed 6.5 pounds of marijuana, 20 firearms, $3,565, digital scales and baggies. She also possessed seven gallons of moonshine. Davidson County Sheriff David Grice said the search was conducted with a search warrant and was the culmination of an ongoing investigation.

It appeared that Berrier was smiling in her mugshot and had a calm demeanor, despite the several charges.

“She’s just real laid back, I don’t know why,” said Grice, on why Berrier was smiling. “With seven pounds of weed and seven gallons of moonshine, she was probably pretty laid back.”

Grice said the investigation is continuing and other people may be charged. Because the investigation is ongoing, Grice was unable to comment on how Berrier became a suspect or how long the officials had been monitoring her activity.

 Berrier is being held under

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Villager free on bond in drunk driving case wants permission to travel to out-of-state wedding – Villages

A 76-year-old Village of Buttonwood woman free on bond in a drunk-driving case, is hoping to win permission to attend an out-of-state wedding.

Joy Hunt

Joy Hunt

Joy Lorraine Hunt had been arrested April 18 after she was spotted by a Rural/Metro Ambulance crew. She had been driving south in the northbound lane of Buena Vista Boulevard. Her car had two flat tires. The ambulance crew detained Hunt until law enforcement arrived on the scene.

A Sumter County sheriff’s deputy asked Hunt where she was coming from and she responded by saying, “from the bar.” The deputy then asked Hunt if she had been drinking and she replied, “A lot, I shouldn’t be driving.” You can read more about the arrest HERE

She remains free on $1,000 bond.

Hunt’s legal counsel has filed a motion in Sumter County Court, seeking permission for Hunt to travel to an out-of-state wedding. She would be gone May 22 through June 7.

Hunt is a Florida native.

Ten Commandments Monument Destroyed at Arkansas State Capitol Within 24 Hours

A man rammed his car into and destroyed a newly-installed monument to the Ten Commandments outside of Arkansas’ State Capitol — less than 24 hours after it was unveiled by politicians.

Michael Reed, 32, allegedly shouted “Freedom!” after the collision, according to video posted to Facebook, authorities said.

A spokesman for Arkansas’ State Capitol Police confirmed Reed’s arrest to NBC News, adding that the granite tableau had been “shattered” in Wednesday’s incident.

Police also said videos were found on Reed’s cell phone at the time of his arrest that he’d allegedly posted to Facebook before and after the incident.

Image: Michael Tate Reed

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Florida Man Arrested Over Online Death Threat to State Lawmaker

MIAMI — A Florida man was arrested and charged with making death threats against a Republican state representative online, authorities said Tuesday.

Steve St. Felix, 34, was charged with threatening state Rep. Jose Felix Diaz after posting to Facebook that he would kill the Florida lawmaker, the Miami-Dade Police Department said in a statement on Tuesday.

St. Felix allegedly posted a message to the lawmaker’s Facebook on Sunday saying he would kill him if he showed up to a meeting, the statement said.

Image: Steve St. Felix

Image: Steve St. Felix

“Ill [sic] kill your ass and you

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BREAKING: Police Arrest Suspect in Texaco Murder

This mugshot from July 2014 shows Willie Lewis after an arrest for criminal trespassing.
Mobile police say Willie Lewis shot and killed a man Monday at the Texaco gas station on Moffett Road and I-65.

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) Mobile police have made an arrest in a homicide at a gas station in Mobile.

Willie Lewis, 25, is charged with murder in the fatal shooting at the Texaco gas station on Moffett Road at I-65.

Police walked the suspect outside Mobile Police Headquarters to a patrol car.  He will be booked at Mobile Metro Jail.

A man who worked near the scene of the shooting described what happened to News 5.

A witness, who works at a nearby business, saw the shooting and explained what happened to News 5.  He says a man pulled up to a gas pump and a second car pulled up behind him. The man in the first car fired multiple shots through his back window at the

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Suspected SoCal bank robber arrested; explosives found in Montana home – KABC

Federal agents found homemade bombs in the Montana home of a man they suspect is the “AK-47 Bandit,” who is wanted for a string of bank robberies and is accused of shooting at a Kansas state trooper, according to authorities and court documents filed Monday.

FBI agents were tipped off when Richard Gathercole, 39, called his mother from a Nebraska jail following his arrest in the attempted shooting of the trooper who was trying to pull him over on Interstate 70 last week, according to a search warrant application to a federal judge. The trooper wasn’t injured.

According to a transcript of the call, Gathercole told his mother, who is unnamed, to “get all the guns out” of the house. The woman agrees, then says, “Um, this is recorded. You know that.”

FBI agents, along with officers from Chino, California; Rexburg, Idaho; and Montana’s Musselshell County searched Gathercole’s home in the town of Roundup, about 50 miles north of Billings, on Saturday, according to officials with the Musselshell County Sheriff’s Office. Inside, they found “numerous” improvised explosive devices that were removed by a bomb squad, the officials said in a statement.

FBI Los Angeles spokeswoman Laura Eimiller said the search was connected to a

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