The image of happiness projected by a passing mother and child allegedly filled a man with an irresistible homicidal rage.
In an all too common occurrence these days, Yaquelin Galvez-Don, 13, and her boyfriend, Pedro Solis, 15, wanted to be together, and when her parents opposed it, decided that the only way they could be happy was if her parents were dead. Thankfully, however, this couple, had a change of heart during the crime, and did not go through with the murders.
A shocking story is emerging from the Hudson Valley region of New York State. Police say a 15-year-old boy attempted to murder a 7-year-old girl who accused him of a sex crime.
A case of unrequited love in India ended in a bloody campus assault and suicide when a male student entered a classroom armed with an axe, a knife, poison and a pistol, singled out the female student, who he felt had snubbed him, attacked her with the axe and then slit his own throat.
Typical Fourth of July crimes usually involve booze, fireworks and fighting—the aftermath of too much fun in the sun, but the horrific events that allegedly unfolded at the Lake Worth, Fla., home of Ferna Quesner on the night of July Fourth had nothing to do with festivities or celebration.
Battleboro, North Carolina, woman Tiara Drake, an immature 24 year old, is facing attempted murder charges after poisoning her family’s favorite cheese in an act of retribution for their refusal to give her a piece the day before.
Yes, it’s the old Could a zombie apocalypse really happen? debate gone horribly wrong. What started as a debate became a verbal argument, then a text argument, and escalated to gunfire and a trip to the hospital.
Robbie Middleton was eight when he was raped and a couple of weeks later, the same attacker poured gasoline over his face and set him on fire to silence him. He was barely kept alive with skin grafts and several hundred operations during what remained of his short, painful life. He died at 21 of skin cancer brought on by his injuries. Before he died, however, Robbie decided that he was going to protect other innocent victims from the depraved monster responsible for his then-imminent death.
Two women who chose to remain anonymous are being hailed as heroes after stopping a man from throwing two boys in front of an oncoming train.