In today’s high-tech world, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to get away with crime.
Ok, it’s a marketing prank, not a real devil baby–whatever that might be. But it looks pretty demonic and it’s scaring a lot of people in NYC. The baby was built by viral marketing agency Thinkmodo and the video is a promotion for upcoming horror film Devil’s Due.
Due to an increase in arrests for felony menacing with what turned out to be fake firearms, Denver police recently posted a quiz on their Facebook page, titled “Challenge: Can you tell which guns are real and which are fake?” The correct answers, which police posted the next day, may surprise you.
Jonathan Crenshaw was arrested in Dade County Florida on January 10, 2014, for pot possession, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct. The arrest record does not specify what set Crenshaw off, but he seems much feistier in the following mugshot than he does here.
On January 14, 2003, agents seized equipment containing 3.868 terabytes of data from Anthony Pellicano, the “wiretapper to the stars.” The high-profile LA private investigator was convicted of illegally wiretapping conversations with celebrities. He used these recordings for unfair advantage in legal disputes.
Samuel See died in lockup after an argument with his estranged husband got both men arrested a second time. Many of his friends, colleagues, and students were quick to blame the New Haven Police Department and the Connecticut State Marshals. It was easy to believe that See may have been the target of law enforcement [...]
Everyone hates the guy who uses his phone during a movie, but in Tampa, Florida, one movie customer was so irate that he actually opened fire in the Cobb theater during a screening of Lone Survivor this afternoon, leaving one dead and one wounded.
Kew Gardens, the Royal Botanical Garden near London, reports that one of their extremely rare and valuable miniature water lilies has been stolen. The lily, the tiniest in the world, would likely be extinct had the garden’s horticulturalists not coaxed 50 seeds back to life by simulating the exact conditions it requires. Lily Nypaea Thremarum [...]
From our friends at The Daily Dot: A wife, brutally murdered on the day of her wedding anniversary. A distraught husband. A missing gun. Want to solve a murder?
Police have announced that the remains of a slain girl found in Texas over 30 years ago belong to missing teen Michelle Garvey, who vanished from New London, Conn., on June 1, 1982. Authorities assumed that Garvey ran away to North Carolina or New Jersey. All prior assumptions have likely been discarded as the investigation continues.