Four arrested from the Manny Pacquiao Los Angeles home invasion

Four people were arrested after detectives discovered a burglary in progress at the home of champion boxer Manny Pacquiao while he was in his native Philippines preparing for a fight, authorities said Saturday. Nothing was taken and no one was home Friday during the midday break-in that detectives witnessed by chance in the Hancock Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, sheriff’s Capt. Mike Parker said. The fighter was informed of the burglary and... Read More

Breast Milk Attack:Women locked up for squirting breast milk on Deputies

Delaware County Sheriff Walter L. Davis III said deputies tried to talk with the woman, who was identified as Stephanie Robinette, 30, of Westerville, but she refused to cooperate. “When deputies attempted to remove Robinette from the vehicle, she advised the deputies that she was a [..] feeding mother and proceeded to remove her right [..] from her dress and began spraying deputies and the vehicle with her [..] milk,” Davis said.   The... Read More

Idoit Says Cocaine Found In Buttocks Isn't His, But Claims The Weed

BRADENTON, Fla. — Raymond Stanley Roberts was pulled over Wednesday in a routine traffic stop for speeding. Approaching the Hyundai, deputies said they could smell a strong odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle, according to the report. After writing a speeding ticket, a Manatee County Sheriff’s deputy asked Roberts, 25, if he smoked marijuana and when had he done it last. Roberts replied that he smoked the night before and there... Read More

Houston White Rapper Brother's Arrested On $4million Drug Charges

Tall Caucasian rapper Tow Down, aka Bryan Theriot, made mainstream news in 2008, when The Man raided his posh Sienna Plantation home and seized about 50 marijuana plants. But as sweet as Tow Down’s hydro set-up was, it looks downright juvenile compared to the two and a half tons of sticky green goodness that Fort Bend County Sheriff’s deputies say they found Thursday in the home of Tow Down’s brother. Bernard Theriot —... Read More

NEWS:Missouri man accused of spitting blood on cop before announcing he has HIV

When you’re breaking up a party at a creek, you’re bound to meet some characters. But a police officer from southern Missouri recently found himself a little too intimate with the weirdness after arresting a man for an outstanding warrant. After helping sheriff’s deputies respond to a creek party, officer Josh Burris detained 57-year-old Michael Sartin and was transporting him to the Mansfield police station when Sartin tried... Read More