McDonalds employee arrested, accused of faking robbery with her boyfriend

– Officials with the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office announced Wednesday the arrest of a man and a woman, in connection with a fake robbery incident.

According to a statement released Wednesday afternoon, 24-year-old Ashley Stewart and her boyfriend, 35-year-old Alexander Reyna, are accused of planning and executive a fake robbery of over 22,000 in cash. The arrests took place on Monday

According to the statement, Stewart called 911 staring she was robbed of over $22,000, while attempting to deposit the cash for McDonalds at a bank. Stewart claimed a “black male” wearing all black held her at gunpoint, took the cash from her, and then fled into the desert on foot.

Detectives, according to the statement, responded to the scene, and after briefly speaking with Stewart, felt her story and allegations lacked credibility. Stewart, according to the statement, later admitted to not being robbed, and allegedly confessed to planning the fake robbery with Reyna.

Stewart, according to the statement, said the alleged scam required her to meet up with Reyna, after the planned robbery, where they will split the cash.

Stewart, according to the statement, was booked on a count of alleged felony Theft-Control Property, and a count of misdemeanor alleged False

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Lubbock man arrested, accused of sending photos to girl, her mother online

Lubbock police arrested a 19-year-old man last month after he was accused of harassing online a 16-year-old girl by sending her pictures of his genitals and requesting sex from the girl since the summer.

Justin Fitts, who is out on bond, was arrested Oct. 18 and booked into the Lubbock County Detention Center on a second-degree felony count of online solicitation of a minor for sex and two class B misdemeanor counts of harassment, according to jail records.

A warrant for his arrest was issued Oct. 10.

Lubbock police detectives began an investigation into Pitts in May after a 16-year-old girl told police he was harassing her online through Facebook and Snapchat. The girl described Fitts as controlling, the warrant states.

The girl told a police detective she met Pitts through Instagram and dated him briefly. When they broke up, he began harassing her online by reportedly using fake social media accounts under her relative’s names.

Police detectives collected screenshots of the messages Fitts reportedly sent the girl and her mother, including images of his genitals. The girl recognized the rug and tiles in one of the photos, which detectives found at Fitts’ home.

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Man accused of abuse wanted an ‘epic and savage’ mugshot. Others say it’s a disgrace

Brandon Trice Harmon wanted an “epic and savage” mugshot. So he wore a blond wig and fake glasses when he posed last month.

He was arrested in Major County, Okla., on a misdemeanor warrant for domestic assault and battery in the presence of a minor.

He has a smirk on his face in the photo. But the family of the victim of his alleged crime is not amused that county law enforcement officials allowed the picture to be taken that way.

“It was like they made a mockery of the Domestic Abuse Awareness Month,” Kathy Lambert, the victim’s mother, told the Enid News Eagle.

“They just took pictures of the deputies wearing ‘We support domestic violence month’ shirts, but yet they let this happen.”

Sheriff Steve Randolph would not comment to local media about the photo, which Lambert saw in the October issue of Jailbirds, which publishes mugshots.

She accused Randolph of giving Harmon, 34, special treatment because the two men are friends.

“Nobody else gets that opportunity,” she said. “It’s just a slap in the face to all the women who are abused daily. It’s a sad crime that happens daily, it was just a disgrace.”

A warrant for Harmon’s arrest was issued

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Coral Springs Middle School custodian accused of molesting teenage boy

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – A custodian at Coral Springs Middle School was arrested Tuesday on allegations that he sexually battered a former student whom he mentored, authorities said.

Police said the 15-year-old boy and his mother went to the Coral Springs Police Department on Monday and told detectives about the incident, which they said happened on Saturday at the middle school.

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Falls City Man Accused by NSP of Helping Convicted Murderer Flee Town after Killing

FALLS CITY, Neb. – A Falls City man was arrested on Friday after the Nebraska State Patrol issued an arrest warrant for being an accessory to a murder that occurred over two years ago.

The warrant by NSP says 33-year-old Michael Seager helped convicted murderer, 36-year-old Desiderio Hernandez, skip town after shooting Joseph Debella Jr. in Falls City.

According to court records, on August 5th, 2015, Hernandez came to Seager’s residence in the late-morning after shooting Debella earlier that morning.

The documents say that Seager, who spoke to the Nebraska State Patrol six days after the murder, said that Hernandez told Seager while inside Seager’s home that “bad stuff happened” and at one point, Hernandez pointed at his own forehead and said “it was right there.”

The arrest warrant states that Seager called an acquaintance in Horton Kan, seeking the phone number of one Hernandez’s cousin’s that also lives in Horton. The records say, the person told investigators that Seager said Hernandez was “in a bind”and that he was “hemmed up” and needed to leave Falls City.

The warrant says Seager and Hernandez left for Horton on the evening of August 5th.

Hernandez was arrested in the early morning hours on August 6th at his cousin’s residence

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Man accused of ramming protesters in Charlottesville pictured with racist group – KTRK

The man accused of plowing a car into a crowd protesting a white supremacist rally in Virginia had been photographed hours earlier carrying the emblem of one of the hate groups that organized the “Take America Back” campaign.

Vanguard America denied on Sunday any association with the suspect, even as a separate hate group that organized Saturday’s rally pledged on social media to organize future events that would be “bigger than Charlottesville.”

The mayor of Charlottesville and political leaders of all political stripes vowed to combat the hate groups and urged President Donald Trump to forcefully denounce the organizations that had promoted the protest against the removal of a Confederate statue. Some of those groups specifically cited Trump’s election after a campaign of racially charged rhetoric as validation of their beliefs.

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Police arrest man accused of slashing woman’s throat – KLAS

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