Blog Posts in October, 2012

  • A recently released inmate who had done time for theft was back behind bars after he was spotted in a Los Angeles Walmart parking lot wearing stolen blue jail-issued pants. A deputy saw Marcus Garcia running through the store parking lot and suspected that he had escaped from the nearby Pitchess Detention Center, so he followed him while calling 911. Deputies rushed to the scene and detained ...
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  • Los Angeles Chef Murders Wife; Slow Cooks Her to Dispose of Body

    || 8-Oct-2012

    After learning that he was a suspect in his wife's 2009 murder, Los Angeles chef, David Viens, jumped off of an 80 foot cliff in Rancho Palos Verdes. The suicide attempt was unsuccessful and while Viens was hospitalized, he was interviewed by police and confessed to everything. Viens, had suspected his wife of stealing from his restaurant and confronted her about it upon returning home from ...
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  • Lindsay Lohan's New York Arrest Could Cause a Probation Violation in Los Angeles

    || 2-Oct-2012

    Lindsay Lohan was arrested as she left the Dream Hotel, a 315-room luxury Manhattan hotel with a nightclub. About two hours before, as she was driving a black Porsche Cayenne SUV down an alley between the hotel and an adjacent hotel, she allegedly hit a pedestrian. She did not stop and entered the hotel, but one of two male passengers spoke to the man who complained the slow-speed vehicle hit his ...
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