It’s the number one in-car discipline solution: “I’m going to pull this car over and make you walk home.” It’s seldom carried out. Sometimes it is, though, and now a mother’s been arrested for doing it in Texas.
A Texas teacher is in trouble after having sex with four of her students — and marrying one of them.
Purchased in Minsk, Belarus, for his wife Marina Prusaakova on April 30, 1961, and left at her bedside table where she was visiting friend Ruth Paine on November 22, 1963, the day of the Kennedy assassination, the wedding band of Lee Harvey Oswald has made it to the auctioneer’s block 50 years later.
From our friends at The Daily Dot: A “Classybitch” in Dallas just admitted to a federal court that she’s got a nasty habit of downloading and sharing really, really, vile collections of child pornography.
Investigators in Fort Bend County Texas arrested two men they say robbed a storage shed and were immediately stranded when their getaway car ran out of gas only 100 yards away from the scene of the crime.
From our friends at the Daily Dot: Earlier this year, Marshall Williams did something that some high school kid has done in one form or another in every generation: He broke into the school’s private records — except he did it with a computer.
An Hidalgo County Texas man is suing his home medical care company for damages alleging that a nurse removed his urinary catheter without first deflating it, thereby ripping open his penis.
A family in Texas is being mourned after their oldest daughter, 14, drove the family SUV on July 11, 2013, and plunged the family vehicle into the ocean, killing 5. Monday police announced that she was made to drive the vehicle to overcome her fear of driving. It didn’t work.
Trey Sesler was a big fan of Japanese animated films. Still living with his parents his life seemed to have stalled, but the young man won a modest amount of Internet fame for some reviews he posted on YouTube as “Mr. Anime.” Anime was not his only interest however; he had other things on his mind, namely murder.
His story is unique in that every time he committed a crime in the U.S., he would be deported to Mexico, and released to reenter the U.S., and kill again. He is suspected in as many as 30 murders, all committed near railroad tracks. The total number of his victims may never be known.