Saturday, March 25, 2017

Ex-Argentina official arrested trying to hide bags of cash at monastery


Jose Lopez, former public works secretary, escorted by police
An official in the former government of President Cristina Fernandez was arrested as he tried to hide millions in dollars and other currencies at an Argentine monastery.

A neighbor of the monastery called authorities after seeing a man throwing bags onto the property near Buenos Aires early Tuesday. Officers arrived and arrested a man who turned out to be former Public Works Secretary Jose Lopez.

Jose Lopez
When he was arrested he tried to bribe police. He later told the nuns that police had tried to steal the money that he was trying to donate.

There were dollars, yen, euros and a currency from Qatar. There was more than $7 million at the monastery which is about 35 miles (55 kilometers) west of Buenos Aires.


Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Bikini Model turned nun Sofia Hayat says she gave birth to Hindu God

Former British model and singer Sofia Hayat, who recently become a nun and adopted a new name Gaia Mother Sofia says she had given birth to a Hindu God, Shiva. Hayat made the remarks after a spiritual trip to the holy city of Varanasi and Aurangabad's Kailash temple.
Hayat has vowed not to have sex again, get married or have children. She even had her silicon breast implants removed.



Tuesday, March 21, 2017

RCMP sergeant charged with stealing guns, growing equipment


Sgt. Darrell Robinson
A high-ranking Lillooet police officer made his first court appearance on allegations he stole two guns and grow-op equipment from an RCMP evidence locker. Sgt. Darrell Robinson is facing eight charges — four each of breach of trust by transferring an exhibit and theft.

He is accused of stealing two firearms and two pieces of marijuana-growing equipment — a generator and growing nutrients — that had been seized as police exhibits. It is believed some or all of the stolen exhibits had been ordered destroyed.

Police began investigating Robinson in February 2015, after an audit of the Lillooet detachment’s evidence lockup revealed improper processing and handling of exhibits. Robinson, 51, was suspended with pay. In addition to the criminal charges, he is also facing an RCMP internal investigation. Robinson is the second former member of the Lillooet detachment facing criminal charges in connection with items allegedly taken from the exhibit locker. Cst. Tony Lee was charged with one count of unauthorized possession of a firearm and two counts of theft after an internal audit and review last year.

Sgt. Darrell Robinson
Crown Counsel has approved eight charges against Sgt. Darrell Robinson while at the Lillooet RCMP. Robinson has been charged with four (4) counts relating to breach of trust by converting or transferring, without lawful authority, an exhibit contrary to Section 122 of the Criminal Code and another four (4) counts relating to theft of conversion contrary to Section 334(b) of the Criminal Code. The charges relate to four exhibits and incidents between May 2010 and July 2012.

He had been the officer in charge of the Lillooet RCMP detachment — the highest ranking Mountie in the community. Lillooet is located 170 kilometres west of Kamloops. Robinson is scheduled to make his first appearance in Lillooet Provincial Court on June 14, 2016.



Saturday, March 18, 2017

Criminal Taunts Police on Facebook - Ends Badly



Andrew Dale Marcum was wanted by the Butler County Sheriff's Office on multiple warrants.

He thought it would be a good idea to reply to the Sheriff's Facebook Post.


"I ain't trippin half of them don't even know me"



The Sherriff's Office had a sense of humor.View image on Twitter
We r close to you marcum soon u will have a new place to live. C u soon.

Andrew Dale Marcum will be off Facebook temporarily, because there is no social media access in the Butler County Jail. He's turned himself in. Thanks to our Facebook and Twitter friends for helping turn up the heat.


Is it raining outside or is he teared up. Tough guys sometime sensitive






Thursday, March 16, 2017

Cop Hating Vancouver Crow Strikes - Cops Powerless

A crow nearly sabotaged a Vancouver police investigation, and it's not the first time officers have been targeted by the bird.

A police investigation was interrupted recently by a crow with an eye for shiny things – in this case, a knife. Officers were in the area of Hastings and Cassiar streets on an unrelated call when they were directed to a parking lot car fire. Police said a man came at them with a knife as they were responding to the blaze, and the man was shot at in the altercation. Few details have been released, other than that the 28-year-old suspect was taken into custody and brought to hospital with gunshot wounds.

The winged villain was spotted by VPD attempting to sabotage a police cruiser. In that case it managed to steal the "F6" button and dismantle the keyboard of the on-board mobile data terminal before fleeing the scene.
While police were still at the scene, a curious crow flew down and picked up the knife. "The bird flew away while a cop chased it for about 15 to 20 feet, and then the crow dropped it and took off,” Mike Howell, a reporter for the Vancouver Courier, told CBC.

"It was eventually gathered as evidence (the knife – not the bird)" Police said. Cops are pinning the near heist on a known troublemaker "caw"nvict Canuck the Crow, often referred to as Vancouver's most notorious bird.

Canuck the Crow with cop issue pen. The feathered felon is known to frequent the East Van neighborhood and fork with the Po Po.
The suspect has been described as approximately 17.5 inches long, with black feathers. At the time of the cruiser vandalism (allegation), it was wearing a red tracking leg band.

Canuck's dastardly deeds are regularly posted on social media, including on the crow's own Facebook page (with more than 13,000 followers) and Twitter account. The crow also has its own hashtag, #canuckthecrow. Canuck is no bird brain when it comes to media exposure, even posing for a mock interview with CBC’s Dan Burritt last September after an alleged attack on a cyclist.
There is reason to believe that Canuck isn't acting alone and it may, in fact, be gang related.

Dozens of crow attacks have been reported across the city in the last few months.

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Former Oz bikini model jailed for drugs trafficking

A Gold Coast bikini model, turned Houdini-style escape artist, has been sentenced for trafficking in ice, cocaine, MDMA, cannabis, oxycodone and ecstasy from her home.

Renee Elizabeth Tarbuck, 34, from Highland Park, appeared in court where prosecutors told the Supreme Court that Tarbuck ran her empire like a pro — hiring menacing debt collectors, accepting valuables instead of cash, and offering discounts and incentives.
Her arrest came three months after she escaped police custody by squeezing herself through a police car window while handcuffed. She was so proud of her escape she texted her friend copies of selfies of her wrists with a set of police handcuffs still attached.

She began working as an escort after spending three months as an exotic dancer in Japan. She used the $45,000 earned in Japan to fund cosmetic surgery and put a deposit on a house.

In 2008 Tarbuck was forced to stop working as an escort because her organs shut down, all her hair fell out and her skin erupted in blisters.

Tarbuck believed she was poisoned with anthrax hidden in her shower head. The court heard Tarbucks’ ice addiction had triggered paranoid psychosis.


Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Terrorist Losers Nuttall and Korody a danger to Society

Amanda Korody and John NuttallA British Columbia couple found guilty of masterminding a terrorist plot but then freed when a judge ruled they had been entrapped by police are still a danger to the public, a Crown lawyer says. John Nuttall and Amanda Korody appeared via video at a Vancouver provincial court hearing to consider if they should be restricted under a peace bond while their case is under appeal.

Crown counsel argued throughout the pair's lengthy criminal trial that Nuttall and Korody embraced violent extremism and repeatedly spoke about killing and maiming members of the public who didn't share their view.
John NuttallIn tapes, which weren't shown to the jury at the earlier trial, Nuttall talked at length about jihad and dying as a martyr for Islam. "Is there any better way to die than ... in a way that propagates Islam," he said.

At one point in the tapes, Nuttall sits in the front seat of a vehicle and tells an undercover officer about his plan to kill a former U.S. soldier he knows. The soldier deserves to die, he said, because he served in Iraq and may have harmed Muslims.
"[I] want to put a gun to his head and I want to say, right before I pull the trigger, I want to say, taste what you used to deny and send him straight to the hellfire." Nuttall also talked about his violent criminal past — something the jury didn't hear during the trial.

Nuttall and Korody were arrested, July 1, 2013, following an elaborate RCMP sting operation in which officers posed as Muslim extremists.

Monday, March 13, 2017

Oregon man with bizarre mugshot series arrested for 16th time after licking person

Matt Joseph Medlin when he was booked into jail on June 4, 2002.Matthew Medlin has been arrested for the 16th time for allegedly licking another man's face, damaging several cars and trying to bite an officer in Southeast Portland.

He has a series of mugshots dating back to 2002, when he was 18 years old. Matthew Medlin’s most recent mugshot, taken this week, came after he was involved in a four-hour standoff with Portland police during which he reportedly injected himself with methamphetamine. He was charged with four counts of criminal mischief, burglary, resisting arrest, attempted assault of a police officer, disorderly conduct, interfering with a peace officer and harassment.
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Matt Joseph Medlin on Oct. 18, 2002.

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