See Jets WR Robby Anderson’s mugshot, arrest report, 9 charges


After being arrested in South Florida for the second straight offseason, Jets WR Robby Anderson is in serious trouble.

Anderson, 24, is facing a total of nine charges after being arrested in Sunrise, Fla., on Friday, according to the Broward County Sheriff’s website.

Anderson’s mugshot (Broward County Sheriff’s Office)

Here is a breakdown of the charges, two of which are felonies:

  1. Felony threatening a public servant or family member
  2. Felony fleeing and eluding police with lights and sirens active
  3. Misdemeanor resisting arrest without violence
  4. Misdemeanor reckless driving
  5. Failure to drive in a single lane
  6. Disobeying/avoiding a red light
  7. Disobeying/avoiding a red light (second count)
  8. Speed limit third violation (exceeding limit by 50 mph or more)
  9. Turning when unsafe/without signaling

Anderson was arrested at 2:15 a.m. by officer Jonathan B. Hennessy. According to a police report obtained by NJ.com, Anderson was driving 105 mph in a 45 mph zone for roughly three-quarters of a mile.

After eluding officers, Anderson did not settle down once arrested. The report claims he used vulgar language and, while in the back of the patrol car, threatened to sexually assault the officer’s wife.

“He continued to make verbal threats towards my family,” Hennessy wrote in the report.

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San Francisco police officer arrested on sexual assault charges … – KGO


A San Francisco police officer was arrested on sexual assault charges Monday.

Thirty year old Justin McCall, a 4-year veteran of the San Francisco Police Department was arrested on charges of sexual assault of a victim prevented from resisting by an intoxicating substance, and for sexual assault of a victim who was unconscious or asleep.

The arrest followed an internal affairs probe that began in September 2017, when the department was notified of possible off duty criminal conduct.

McCall was suspended without pay.

San Francisco Police Chief William Scott has stated that department members will continue to hold each other accountable and will act swiftly to report any behavior that might bring dishonor to the police department and the City of San Francisco.

... read more at: http://abc7news.com/san-francisco-police-officer-arrested-on-sexual-assault-charges/2915353/

San Francisco police officer arrested on sexual assault charges – KGO


A San Francisco police officer was arrested on sexual assault charges Monday.

Thirty year old Justin McCall, a 4-year veteran of the San Francisco Police Department was arrested on charges of sexual assault of a victims prevented from resisting by an intoxicating substance, and for sexual assault of a victim who was unconscious or asleep.

The arrest followed an internal affairs probe that began in September 2017, when the department was notified of possible off duty criminal conduct.

McCall was suspended without pay.

San Francisco Police Chief William Scott has stated that department members will continue to hold each other accountable and will act swiftly to report any behavior that might bring dishonor to the police department and the City of San Francisco.

... read more at: http://abc7news.com/san-francisco-police-officer-arrested-on-sexual-assault-charges/2915353/

TJ Ward facing charges for allegedly possessing nearly 100 grams of marijuana


We’re only three days into the new year and it’s already been a rough one for Buccaneers safety T.J. Ward. 

According to records from the Hillsborough County (Fla.) Sheriff’s Office, Ward was arrested on Wednesday morning and charged with felony possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. The 31-year-old was released just hours after being arrested after he posted a $2,500 bond. 

Although records from the Sheriff’s Office indicated that the marijuana stemmed from Wednesday’s arrest, it appears that Ward was actually arrested on an outstanding warrant after skipping a court date over the two marijuana charges. 

According to the Tampa Bay Times, Ward was originally charged back on October 25 after being arrested in an incident that went unreported at the time. In that incident, police officers showed up at Ward’s apartment, where they found two glass jars that contained a total of 99.9 grams of marijuana (3.5 ounces). In a police report that was obtained by the Times, Ward admitted that “he occasionally smoked out of” of the weed that was contained in the jars. 

After the October arrest, a companion in Ward’s apartment said the weed belonged to her and that she used it for

... read more at: https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/t-j-ward-facing-charges-for-allegedly-possessing-nearly-100-grams-of-marijuana/

A man facing charges he raped one of his foster children is back in jail


A Bradenton man has been arrested again in connection to allegations that he raped one of the girls in his care during his more than 12 years as a foster father.

Albert Ferrell, 65, was arrested again on Thursday after the State Attorney’s Office filed an amended charge of sexual battery on a victim between the ages of 12 and 18 by someone in custodial authority. He is being held at the Manatee County jail on a $250,000 bond.

Ferrell appeared to have altered his appearance since he was released from jail a week earlier with his new jail booking photo showing him with light brown hair, not black, as shown in his mugshot from his initial arrest on Nov. 30.

He had been released on Dec. 14 after posting bonds totaling $101,500.

Albert Ferrells mug shot from his Nov. 30 arrest

Ferrell was a licensed foster parent through Camelot Community Care from March 2001 through August 2013, Camelot president Michael DiBrizzi confirmed last week. How many children Ferrell had fostered was not immediately available, DiBrizzi had said at the time,

... read more at: http://www.bradenton.com/news/local/crime/article191302564.html

Nosey the elephant’s owners arrested on animal cruelty charges


MOULTON, Ala. — The Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office has confirmed that the owners of Nosey the elephant, Hugo Liebel and his wife, were arrested Saturday morning on animal cruelty charges. They were both released on a $1,000 bond.

PETA Foundation Director of Animal Law Jared Goodman issued the following statement regarding their arrest.

“Cruelty charges are well-deserved for the notorious animal abusers who left Nosey tightly chained, confined in her own waste, and without proper shelter—the very neglect that she’s endured in their custody for years, before she was finally confiscated last month by Alabama officials. Local authorities were correct to stand up to cruelty and seize Nosey, whose fate is still to be determined by the court. PETA will continue to fight for her until she’s permanently retired to a spacious sanctuary home.”

On Friday, Testimony went well into regarding the future of Nosey the elephant. Nosey was seized by animal control officers near Moulton earlier this year after a vehicle pulling the elephant’s trailer broke down.

There have been years of complaints about Nosey and the manner in which she is treated. Many people watching the case are curious to see if Nosey will be returned to her owner.

Friday saw a full

... read more at: http://whnt.com/2017/12/15/custody-battle-continues-for-nosey-the-elephant/

Fourth person arrested on animal abuse charges this week in …


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El Paso police arrested another suspect accused of animal cruelty, bringing the total number of arrests this week to four people in unrelated incidents.

Oyuki Diaz, 30, was arrested at about 2 p.m. Thursday on an outstanding criminal warrant in connection with two pit bulls found in July with injuries and signs of neglect, El Paso Police Department officials said.

Related: Man, woman arrested on animal cruelty charges; dog named Bella euthanized

More: Police release mugshot of man arrested on suspicion of throwing, beating dog

Police officers assisted El Paso Animal Services in connection with the dogs July 24 at a home in the 14400 block of Pacific Point Drive in East El Paso, officials said.

Officers found a 2-year-old female pit bull “tied to pallets with no slack to move,” officials said.

Another pit bull was found in an above-ground pool with only its head above water. The dog was only able to keep its

... read more at: http://www.elpasotimes.com/story/news/crime/2017/12/14/fourth-person-arrested-animal-cruelty-charges-week-unrelated-cases/954041001/

Fourth person arrested on animal cruelty charges this week in unrelated cases


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A list of El Paso’s most wanted fugitives.
Wochit

El Paso police arrested another suspect accused of animal cruelty, bringing the total number of arrests this week to four people in unrelated incidents.

Oyuki Diaz, 30, was arrested at about 2 p.m. Thursday on an outstanding criminal warrant in connection with two pit bulls found in July with injuries and signs of neglect, El Paso Police Department officials said.

Related: Man, woman arrested on animal cruelty charges; dog named Bella euthanized

More: Police release mugshot of man arrested on suspicion of throwing, beating dog

Police officers assisted El Paso Animal Services in connection with the dogs July 24 at a home in the 14400 block of Pacific Point Drive in East El Paso, officials said.

Officers found a 2-year-old female pit bull “tied to pallets with no slack to move,” officials said.

Another pit bull was found in an above-ground pool with only its head above water. The dog was only able to keep its

... read more at: http://www.elpasotimes.com/story/news/crime/2017/12/14/fourth-person-arrested-animal-cruelty-charges-week-unrelated-cases/954041001/

Three men face animal cruelty charges in shark-dragging video case


Nearly five months after video surfaced on social media of a shark being dragged by a speeding boat, three men are facing animal abuse charges as a result of the investigation sparked by public outrage.

Robert Lee “Bo” Benac, 28, Michael Wenzel, 21, and Spencer Heintz, 23, have each been charged with two counts of aggravated animal cruelty, a third-degree felony, according to a press release from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission on Tuesday. Benac and Wenzel also face one count of illegal method of take of a shark, a second-degree misdemeanor.

Charges have been filed by the State Attorney’s Office in Hillsborough County, not in Manatee. In October, State Attorney Ed Brodsky announced that both offices would be investigating as “many of these incidents occurred in Hillsborough,” he said.

“The State Attorney’s Office is committed to holding these men accountable for having engaged in such senseless and unjustifiable animal cruelty,” 13th Judicial Circuit State Attorney Andrew H. Warren said in a press release. “We thank the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission for their work in investigating these crimes, and we stand with them, along with Florida’s fishing and hunting communities, and all those who

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