Naya Rivera Arrested and Charged with Domestic Battery | PEOPLE …


Former Glee star Naya Rivera was arrested and charged with misdemeanor domestic battery after an alleged altercation with her husband Ryan Dorsey on Saturday night in Kanawha County, West Virginia, police confirm to PEOPLE.

According to authorities, a deputy responded to a domestic violence complaint in Chesapeake, West Virginia. Dorsey claimed to the responding deputy that Rivera struck him in the head and face. He had minor injuries consistent with his claims, and further showed authorities a video taken during the alleged incident.

In a video captured by local news station WOWK 13 (who was first to report the news), a soft-spoken Rivera is shown handcuffed and dressed down in a hoodie and dark pants while being arraigned. The outlet reports Rivera was released on a $1000 PR bond and picked up by her father-in-law.

Naya Rivera mugshot

A rep for Rivera did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

‘I want to be an open book so people can learn from my mistakes’: Cam Newton praised for posting mugshot from 2008 …


  • Cam Newton posted his 2008 mugshot to his social media page this week 
  • The Carolina Panthers quarterback included a heartfelt message in the post
  • He wrote: ‘I want to be an open book so people can learn from my mistakes’
  • The purpose of the post was to prove an important point about blocking out people who say you ‘can’t,’ following his remarks to a female reporter
  • Newton’s followers praised him for his courageousness in the comments

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Cam Newton Posted His Own Mugshot From A 2008 Arrest So People Can ‘Learn’ From His Story


Whew. Wow.

Newton struck a plea deal and the charges against him were dropped after he finished a pretrial diversion program, as TMZ reported. He transferred from Florida to Blinn College, a junior college in Texas, in January 2009, before signing with Auburn University.

There, he cleaned up his image and dazzled on the field, earning the 2010 Heisman Trophy and leading Auburn to a national championship victory in January 2011.

That propelled Newton to being selected by the Carolina Panthers as the top overall pick in the 2008 NFL Draft.

And the rest is history, as the 28-year-old Newton is currently in his seventh season as an NFL QB and has a league MVP (2015) and three Pro Bowl selections (2011, 2013, 2015) to his name. 

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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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Driver Who Plowed Into People In Charlottesville Identified As James Fields, Reports Say


The driver of the grey Dodge Challenger who killed a woman and injured 19 people when he plowed through a large group of people on a pedestrian mall in Charlottesville, Virginia on Saturday is James Alex Fields, according to The Washington Post.

A superintendent of the Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail, Martin Kumer, told the Post that local police had arrested and booked a man named James Alex Fields on Saturday afternoon.

The arrest is on several charges including suspicion of second-degree murder and malicious wounding. Other possible charges include failure to stop for an accident involving a death and hit and run.

Fields, 20, is reportedly being held with no bail.

Fields is a resident of Ohio. His last known residence is in Maumee, Ohio, a town southwest of Toledo with a population of 14,286.

Public records obtained by The Cleveland Plain Dealer show that Fields is a registered Republican.

The incident involving the Dodge Challenger occurred in the early afternoon during clashes between white supremacists, Black Lives Matter, Antifa and other groups.

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Critics want cops to stop "shaming" people on social media


TAMPA, Fla. — In an age of social media, law enforcement agencies will often post photos or video these days to help track down suspects.

But once the arrest is made, how appropriate is it to share those images or even – comment on them?

There’s growing debate over whether posting such images and comments is nothing more than taunting. Perhaps even counterproductive.

“I find it rather unprofessional,” said Amanda Spock, looking at a recent mugshot post on the Polk County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page.

But Heather Mosher saw the same post from a totally different perspective.

“If he’s out there causing trouble, he should … have his comeuppance. He should be in trouble. Made fun of, in my opinion,” said Mosher.

Last year, a picture posted by the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office went viral after deputies grabbed a man they had just arrested by his dreadlocks.

These days, the agency posts are often more straight-forward.

“The posts we make are fact-based and inform the public of the circumstances of

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Critics want cops to stop "shaming" people on social media


TAMPA, Fla. — In an age of social media, law enforcement agencies will often post photos or video these days to help track down suspects.

But once the arrest is made, how appropriate is it to share those images or even – comment on them?

There’s growing debate over whether posting such images and comments is nothing more than taunting. Perhaps even counterproductive.

“I find it rather unprofessional,” said Amanda Spock, looking at a recent mugshot post on the Polk County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page.

But Heather Mosher saw the same post from a totally different perspective.

“If he’s out there causing trouble, he should … have his comeuppance. He should be in trouble. Made fun of, in my opinion,” said Mosher.

Last year, a picture posted by the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office went viral after deputies grabbed a man they had just arrested by his dreadlocks.

These days, the agency posts are often more straight-forward.

“The posts we make are fact-based and inform the public of the circumstances of

... read more at: http://www.wtsp.com/news/local/critics-want-cops-to-stop-shaming-people-on-social-media/456823143

Rapper Finese2Tymes arrested after 28 people hurt at concert


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Underground rapper Ricky Hampton, also known as Finese2Tymes, was arrested on an unrelated charge early Sunday — one day after 28 people were injured when gunfire broke out at his performance in an Arkansas club.

US Marshal Cliff LaBarge initially had said Hampton was arrested on a charge of aggravated assault with a weapon in connection with the shooting at Power Ultra Lounge in Little Rock.

LaBarge later clarified that statement to say that Hampton was arrested on an unrelated gun charge out of Forrest City, Arkansas.

Several agencies including US Marshals, FBI and ATF were involved in the arrest, which occurred outside of a nightclub in Birmingham, Alabama, said LaBarge.

It is unclear if the rapper will be extradited to Arkansas.

Gang activity suspected

Of the injured in the Power Ultra Lounge shooting, all but three had gunshot wounds, and the others suffered related injuries. Two people are listed in critical condition, Police Chief Kenton Buckner said Saturday afternoon, and the others had non-life-threatening injuries.

Victims ranged in age from 16 to 35, he said.

Officials believe the shooting is related to gang activity, Buckner said.

“We do not believe this was an act of terror,” he said. “Some sort of dispute ensued.”

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Five People Arrested in Connection to Smash-and-Grab at Roseville Galleria Jewelry Store


SACRAMENTO — Roseville police have identified all five men arrested in connection to a brazen smash and grab robbery at a jewelry store in the Roseville Galleria mall Monday.

DeVon’s Jewelry store, inside the Roseville Galleria, closed for business Tuesday. Some employees’ sense of security, now shattered like the glass on the store’s display cases.

“It’s not a fun thing. It’s very traumatic to the people that work in the store when it does happen, it’s very chaotic,” said Tom Carson, manager at DeVon’s jewelry store.

Police arrested 32-year-old Bobby Youngs, 22-year-old Melekei Dunn, 23-year-old Trevon Lenitte-Davis, and 24-year-old Denzel Patterson, all of whom are from Fairfield, along with 24-year-old Vallejo man Wade Wilson on Monday for the robbery. The group took baseball bats to the jewelry store counters, and grabbed handfuls of jewelry before taking off.

Within about 20 minutes of the crime, officers detained all five after they fled to an apartment in Sacramento and recovered nearly all the stolen merchandise, mostly high-end watches.

It was a crime Carson said he could see coming.

“We’ve known this was going to happen for a while. It’s hard to stop something before it happens…we’ve been cased,” said Carson.

“It’s not unusual for criminals to visit the scene of a crime

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