Gilbert Man Murdered for Marijuana: Thugs Staked Out Home, Beat Him to Death

Police arrived too late to stop the crime: They found Mullins bound, gagged, and lifeless.

Torre Sanders, 20, and Jordan Hosey, 17, were caught inside the house and booked into jail on suspicion of first-degree murder, kidnapping, and burglary.

The teen confessed to the crime after being caught, according to a booking sheet by Gilbert police.

Hosey told cops that he and Sanders learned that Mullins was “dealing drugs” and that they watched him while planning to assault him and steal his money and goods. On Monday evening, they drove up to the home on North Cottonwood Court and sneaked into the backyard.

Mullins had a heavy-duty security door at the front of his home. Apparently, from their surveillance they knew he’d come out to the backyard to smoke a cigarette at some point. When Mullins finally emerged for his smoke, Hosey and Sanders attacked him.

From an upstairs patio window, the neighbor had seen the pair enter the backyard dressed in hoodies and carrying flashlights. She saw the men force open Mullins’ back door and take him inside “while continually assaulting the victim,” records state.

She called police, who were dispatched to the home just before 9 p.m. She kept watching and could see the

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Man arrested in connection with stabbing death of nuclear engineer

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, Fla. – A man was arrested Thursday in connection with the fatal stabbing of a nuclear engineer in southwest Miami-Dade, authorities confirmed.

Edwin Rios, 24, faces charges of second-degree murder and attempted second-degree murder. He is being held without bond. 

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Police arrest boyfriend in death of 13-day-old West Jordan boy; mother remains at-large

WEST JORDAN, Utah — A Utah couple has been charged with murder and child abuse in the death of a 13-day-old baby, and while the boyfriend is behind bars police are still searching for the child’s mother.

According to court documents filed Friday, 26-year-old Maria Elena Sullivan and 21-year-old Dylan James Kitzmiller are charged with one count of first-degree murder and three counts of child abuse as second-degree felonies in the death of Sullivan’s infant son.

West Jordan Police said Friday they were looking for the couple, who will be held on a $1 million bond upon their arrest. Saturday, Sgt. Joe Monson of the West Jordan Police Department confirmed Kitzmiller was arrested late Friday night without incident.

Sullivan has not been arrested as of Saturday evening, and Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill said there is information indicating she may have left the state and is in Georgia.

Gill said while they don’t suspect Sullivan caused any of the abuse directly, she still faces a murder charge.

“Both of them were charged because the girlfriend indicated that there was a level of abuse that was going on, she was aware of this abuse, and she took no steps to stop this or to

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TPD makes arrest in death of man found lying in roadway

By: Fletcher Keel | WCTV Eyewitness News
October 11, 2017

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) — The Tallahassee Police Department has made an arrest after the body of a young man was found lying in the roadway.

TPD has arrested 23-year-old Gerald Daniel for the murder of Antonio D. Randolph Jr.

Randolph was found lying in the road in the area of Glenda Drive and Pepper Drive around 2:25 a.m. on Tuesday morning.

TPD says a full arrest report will be available on Thursday morning.

By: Amy Robinson | WCTV Eyewitness News
October 10, 2017

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) — The Tallahassee Police Department has identified a young man found lying in the roadway and has launched a homicide investigation into his death.

The victim has been identified as 19-year-old Antonio D. Randolph Jr.

Police responded to a report of a person lying in the roadway in the area of Glenda Drive and Pepper Drive around 2:25 a.m. Tuesday.

The victim, later identified as Randolph Jr., was unable to be revived and passed away from his injuries.

Police say the case is now being investigated as a homicide and TPD’s Violent Crimes Unit is continuing to review all evidence and interview

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Police to arrest 10 people in LSU fraternity pledge’s death

Ten people will be arrested on hazing charges in the death of a Louisiana State University fraternity pledge after a night of drinking, LSU officials said Wednesday.

One of the 10 suspects, Matthew Alexander Naquin, also faces a negligent homicide charge in the death last month of 18-year-old Maxwell Gruver, a freshman from Roswell, Georgia, LSU said in a statement.

Eight of the suspects are LSU students and were active members of the fraternity, according to university spokesman Ernie Ballard. He said all 10 are expected to be jailed Wednesday once they turn themselves in to LSU police.

“The LSU Police Department has communicated with the Gruver family throughout the investigation process, and the university has also been in touch with them regarding today’s arrests,” LSU’s statement says.

Gruver died at a Baton Rouge hospital on Sept. 14 after Phi Delta Theta members found him lying on a couch at the fraternity house and couldn’t tell if he was breathing, police said.

A coroner said hospital tests found a “highly elevated” blood-alcohol level in Gruver’s body.

Witnesses told police that the fraternity’s pledges were forced to drink to excess on the night before Gruver’s

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‘Nurse’ Arrested For Manslaughter In Woman’s Death After Botched Butt Injection


A Queens woman was charged with manslaughter for her alleged involvement in the death of a 31-year-old woman in July. The victim, Latesha Bynum, had received a “black market” butt injection and died in the hospital 12 days later after suffering dizziness and chest pains.

Bynum had gone to an appointment for the butt enhancement on July 15th. The “doctor” apparently used a Dunkin’ Donuts nearby as a “waiting room,” and the “nurse,” Allison Spence, met her there and took her to a Gramercy Park apartment for the procedure.

After the injection, Bynum went home but fell ill in the evening. Her brother said, “She went to the hospital and couldn’t breathe, and whatever was in her went to her head. She was brain dead and she had zero chance to basically come back from it.” Bynum died on July 27th.

A lawyer for Bynum’s family claimed to WCBS 2 that the alleged doctor “had a pattern of injecting unsuspecting women with ‘silicone poison into his patients’ buttocks and/or thighs.”

Spence, 44, was charged with manslaughter and “unauthorized practice of a profession” for the injection.

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Suspect arrested for death of CSU graduate

Denver Police have arrested a suspect for a hit and run that resulted in the death of a Colorado State University graduate.

Adrian Escalante was apprehended on Sept. 13 for hitting and killing CSU student Steven Glade on Aug. 26.

A black Land Rover hit a pedestrian, identified as Glade, on the corner of 20th St. and Blake St. in Denver at 1:55 a.m. on Aug. 26, according to a news release from the Denver District Attorney. The Land Rover drove away from the scene without providing aide to Glade or contacting police, according to an arrest affidavit obtained by the Collegian.

Glade was pronounced dead at the scene after suffering severe head trauma to his skull, according to the affidavit. Glade also sustained bruises and abrasions to his torso.

A bystander who witnessed the accident recorded a video that included the license plate. Later, surveillance video discovered that the vehicle received a parking citation earlier that evening, capturing an image of the driver.

Glade’s older brother, Jim Glade, reached out to CBS Denver 4 on Sept. 6 in order to try to find the driver of the vehicle.

On Sept. 8, an anonymous source identified the man as Adrian Escalante. Surveillance video from

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Arrest made in shooting death of 19-year-old woman, Kissimmee police say

KISSIMMEE, Fla. – An 18-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the shooting death of a 19-year-old woman that took place Sunday afternoon, Kissimmee police said.

Police said Nicolas Rincon was initially considered a person of interest after officers found him near the home where Tyanna Milagros Velasquez was fatally shot. After being interviewed by detectives, he was charged Monday in connection with her death.

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