God was watching over this little boy and his grandmom!
Both a young boy and his grandmother are run over in Brazil but both make it out alive.
Watch the video below.
A 1-year-old boy was shot and killed as his parents pushed his stroller across a Brooklyn street Sunday evening, New York City police said.
The parents of Antiq Hennis were pushing the stroller across Livonia Avenue, near their home, about 7:19 p.m. when the child was shot in the left side of the head, a police statement said. He was pronounced dead on arrival at Brookdale Hospital.
Watch the video after the jump.
Remember that woman who CUT OFF her husband’s p*nis? Well, her sentencing day finally came around – the judge sentenced her to LIFE in prison!
“The suspect called 911 and told responding officers that he ‘deserved it,’” Nightengale said. Investigators said she tied him to the bed after he fell asleep. When he awoke, the woman grabbed his p*nis and cut it off with a 10-inch kitchen knife, according to police. She then threw it in the garbage disposal and turned on the disposal, police said.
Millburn police are asking for the public’s help in locating the man who attacked a woman inside her home on Cypress Street Friday morning.
After this animal beat the young mother… he threw her down a flight of stairs.
Why is it very old individuals always luck up and win the huge jackpots? smh. If I were 34-year-old Mindy Crandell, I would be extremely pissed! The jackpot winner, 84-year-old Gloria Mackenzie, needs to break Mindy off with a mil at least.
“Everything happens for a reason,” the saying goes. But when the little old lady who cuts in front of you in the lottery line wins the biggest Powerball jackpot ever, what good reason can be behind that?
Mindy Crandell has an answer because that’s what happened to her….
A female trooper who conducted invasive body cavity searches on two women during a traffic stop has been suspended, CBS News reports.
Body cavity searches are normally conducted inside jail holding cells or in prisons — not on a roadside in full view of passing motorists.
The attorney for the women, Scott Palmer, said the suspension shows the DPS is taking action, but was still disappointed in the incident. “That shows me they’re being professional, but it’s still unfortunate that it takes a lawsuit to get that that kind of attention, that remedial action to get her off the streets.”