‘Love After Lockup’ Star News: Details About What Elizabeth ‘Lizzie …


Love After Lockup is coming to WE in January and information about one member of the cast is already coming out. Elizabeth “Lizzie” Kommes has been in trouble with the law and Starcasm has the details about what she allegedly did.

Back in 2008, she had a mugshot that was pretty sexy and ended up going viral. Lizzie was arrested after being spotted by witnesses exiting a parking lot intoxicated while in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, her fifth DUI according to the gossip website. She allegedly offered police sexual favors and $10,000 to get out of it. Of course, this didn’t work out for her. She had a blood-alcohol level of 0.246 after her arrest. It turns out that she told the police she was already on probation for being caught with marijuana.

Before Lizzie Kommes had to go to trial, she went out to California. Before this, her sexy mugshot went viral and was shared all over. She then got in trouble for driving drunk once again and running into a park bench. She also happened to injure the person sitting on the park bench.

It sounds like Lizzie got pretty wild when she was trying to tell the police officers that

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WWE Suspends Rich Swann After Being Charged for Kidnapping …


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WWE Superstar Rich Swann has been arrested in Florida and charged with kidnapping and false imprisonment.

The Gainesville Police Department posted the incident report on Twitter on Sunday, and WWE later announced Swann was suspended:

Per TMZ Sports, police said Swann was driving home with his wife Friday when an argument between them escalated.

Swann’s wife is Vannarah Riggs, who is better known as

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3 teens arrested after 2 found dead in Wythe County


WYTHE COUNTY, Va. – Three suspects are under arrest in Wythe County after two people were found dead Tuesday. 

On Thursday, Aidan Dawson was reported missing from the town of Wytheville. Tuesday, deputies received a tip about Dawson that led them to a home in the 1800 block of Reed Creek Drive on the eastern end of the county.



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Once there, deputies found two male victims

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Female Fugitive Arrested After 19 Years on the Lam


A woman who escaped from an Idaho prison facility nearly 20 years ago has been arrested in South Dakota, where she had been living under an assumed name, authorities said.

Rhonda Blake, 57, was picked up at a home in Rapid City last week, according to the Idaho Department of Correction.

She had been considered a fugitive since she walked away from a prison work center on Christmas Eve in 1998.

In 1997, Blake was sentenced to 30 months of probation for possession of a controlled substance. She violated the terms of her probation and was ordered to spend 180 days in a Boise prison facility that allowed inmates to work in the community during the day.

Blake was also wanted in South Dakota for a 2009 misdemeanor drunk-driving arrest. After that charge is resolved, Blake will be extradited to Idaho.

The Ada County prosecutor will determine whether Blake will face charges upon her return, corrections spokesman Jeff Ray told InsideEdition.com Wednesday.

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Driver of stolen car arrested after chase from Jennings and crash in St. Louis, police say


UPDATED at 10:20 a.m. Tuesday with details about carjacking from Friday.

ST. LOUIS • A man driving an SUV that was stolen in a carjacking led St. Louis County police on a chase, then crashed in St. Louis on Sunday night, police say. He was charged Monday with resisting arrest.

Bernard Lee Dorris Jr., 26, is being held in lieu of $25,000 bail. Dorris lives in the 12900 block of Whitecliff Court in unincorporated St. Louis County.

At about 8:30 p.m. Sunday, officers on patrol in Jennings spotted a red Ford Explorer on Goodfellow Boulevard. The SUV had been stolen in a carjacking Friday in St. Louis, said County Police Officer Benjamin Granda.

Granda said a county officer in a marked patrol car turned on his lights and siren as he followed the Explorer south on Goodfellow. The driver accelerated and, on Riverview Drive, traveled south in the northbound lanes, he said.

The driver eventually crashed into three parked cars near Vandeventer and Maffitt avenues, where the vehicle went airborne. One of three people in the car was thrown out, Granda said.

Dorris was caught afterward. Despite glass fragments on his hat and clothing and a bleeding left hand, Dorris denied being involved in the accident, Granda

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Jealous thug, 36, who smirked for his mugshot after he ripped out his 34-year-old girlfriend’s hair extensions and …


  • Jealous boyfriend attacked partner after she did not return his phone calls
  • He pulled out her hair extensions and threatened her with a knife during attack
  • Attacker has been jailed for nearly three years and handed a restraining order 

Richard Spillett, Crime Correspondent For Mailonline

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LiAngelo Ball, two other UCLA players released on bail after shoplifting arrest in China


UCLA faces the embarrassing prospect of opening its season without three freshman players who have been benched after being released on bail following an alleged shoplifting incident in China.

LiAngelo Ball, Cody Riley and Jalen Hill will not play when the Bruins open the season against Georgia Tech at 11:30 p.m. Eastern time Friday in Shanghai, their coach announced Wednesday. ESPN, which will carry the game, first reported the news.

Details surrounding the arrests remain unclear, but Coach Steve Alford announced that he would not be using the players. “The university came out with a statement, so I won’t have any further comment on this other than in answering that question — those individuals won’t play on Saturday,” Alford said (via the Associated Press). In a statement, the university said it was cooperating fully with the investigation.

A State Department official told The Washington Post in an email that it is “aware of reports of three U.S. citizens arrested in China and subsequently released on bail in China. We stand ready to provide appropriate consular assistance for U.S. citizens. Due to privacy considerations, we have no further comment.‎”

ESPN, citing an unnamed source, reported that police came to the team hotel in the city of Hangzhou

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