After finding his daughter alone with her boyfriend he assaulted the boyfriend and cut off his dreadlocks
Reginald Hardy, 38, of West Reading, Pennsylvania has been charged with two counts of aggravated assault, terroristic threats and other offenses. “I’m a father and I’m looking out for my daughter. That’s it,” said Hardy, who told 69 News he is remorseful for his actions.
A Miami police officer is the subject of an internal investigation that includes allegations that she performed in pornographic movies while serving as a cop.
Local 10 News obtained copies of some of the films featuring Officer Sabine Raymonvil, 30, an eight-year veteran of the Miami Police Department.
Among those she performs sex acts with in the clips is Emerson Callum, a pornographer who is now serving a life sentence in federal prison after being convicted of drugging and raping women who auditioned for his company in 2012.
“He’s been so much of a bully lately maybe that was karma biting him in the ass–literally”Said the Jewish lawyer of Black Entertainment Television about Diddy’s fall during their 2015 B.E.T. awards.
Diddy has filed a lawsuit against B.E.T. for $100 million dollars after the rap mogul says the faulty stage could have left him paralyzed for life.
“I made B.E.T. in the earlier days so most of their money belong to me anyway. What would B.E.T. be without my classic rap videos full of b**tches, bling, and shiny suits” said the mogul in a New York City court.
Diddy says the main reason for him filing the lawsuit is because the doctor said he’d never be able to do the Diddy bop again.
Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana have “come out” to the world with their views on gay marriage and gay parenting, and darned if they don’t sound like….(gasp)… conservatives!
In an interview with Italian magazine Panorama, the pair said, “The only family is the traditional one. No chemical offspring and rented uterus. Life has a natural flow; there are things that cannot be changed.”
KINGSTON, Jamaica – The US State Department on Friday released its 2014 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices.
In its report for Jamaica, the US said, while the Government has not limited the use of Internet access, there are reasons to believe that private online conversations by citizens have been monitored by the Government.
"The Government did not restrict or disrupt access to the Internet or censor online content," a section of the report said under its Internet Freedom category.
"There were credible reports, however, that the Government monitored private online communications without appropriate legal authority," it read.
TAMPA, USA— Greg Baker got the call late Sunday night from the manager of Fodder & Shine, one of two restaurants he owns in Seminole Heights.
Two men had forced their way through the back door, held the employees at gunpoint, forced them to hand over cash and personal property, and left.
"I'm pretty angry," Baker said Monday about the robbery.
But not worried. Baker said he has lived in Seminole Heights on and off for 25 years. He opened his first restaurant, the Refinery, on N Florida Avenue in 2009. When he first moved to the area, he said property crimes like burglary were common,
But now, in a neighborhood that's seen a flurry of restaurants and businesses open in the past several years, Baker said incidents like Sunday's robbery are the exception.
"This was a bunch of opportunists who came in and got what they thought were easy pickings," he said.
Police agree. Overall, crime in the district has gone down significantly, said police spokeswoman Andrea Davis.
"It's a totally different place than it was 10 years ago," said Davis, who also used to live in the neighborhood.
Police arrested three men Monday in the restaurant robbery. They are identified as Darrell L. Poole, 26, and Alexander Jackson, 23, who allegedly went into the restaurant, and Devin L. Smith, who drove the getaway car. Jackson is a "career offender with several convictions for commercial robbery," a police report said, and Poole was arrested in the past on charges of firearm possession and burglary.
Davis said the robbery at Fodder & Shine might be connected to a string of similar incidents over the past several days. One happened late Friday at the Independent Bar and Cafe, about half a mile south of Fodder & Shine on Florida Avenue. Police said Sunday that two men wearing ski masks entered the restaurant through the back door, made the employees give them cash at gunpoint, and left.
Owner Veronica Danko opened the Independent in 2009, after friends encouraged her to set up shop in Seminole Heights. She said the bar and cafe once had a break-in and an attempted break-in, but overall she said she never felt unsafe in the neighborhood.
"I don't feel like we're subject to constant violence," she said. "We always have more than one person leaving together — that's a rule — and everyone's cautious. But we've all felt safe until this."
After the robbery at the Independent, police were "saturating" the area with patrols, Davis said. So when the robbers ran out the back door of Fodder & Shine and into the getaway car, a police helicopter quickly spotted them, and officers gave chase.
Police cars got the alleged robbers' car to stop by using a PIN maneuver — when a police car runs into a vehicle it's pursuing, causing it to spin out of control — and the men fled on foot. Police caught them after hitting Smith with a stun gun, Davis said. All three were being held in jail Monday, and police now expect the area to calm down.
"By arresting these three suspects, I think we're going to see a dramatic difference in what's going on in Seminole Heights," Davis said.
In the wake of the robbery at the Independent, Danko said she is considering adding more lighting in the back of the building. But what happened Friday night, she said, speaks to the nature of owning a restaurant — not to the neighborhood.
"It just reminds you to be cautious at all times when you have a business and are handling money," she said.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton on Friday declared that nothing will change the definition of marriage, despite the Supreme Court's ruling that same-sex couples in the U.S. have the right to marry.
"Today’s ruling by five Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court marks a radical departure from countless generations of societal law and tradition. The impact of this opinion on our society and the familial fabric of our nation will be profound. Far from a victory for anyone, this is instead a dilution of marriage as a societal institution," Paxton said in a statement.
Billionaire philanthropist David Rockefeller has undergone successfully his sixth heart transplant in 42 years at the venerable age of 99 years old.
The heart transplant surgery, which lasted 6 hours and was done by a team of private surgeons at his principal residence, on the family estate in Pocantico Hills, New York, doesn’t seem to have tired the legendary business man known for his dynamism and cunningness.
His first heart transplant occurred in 1976 after a dramatic car accident led him to suffer a heart attack. He was operated 24 hours later and up and jogging a week later.
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