A babyfaced Courtney Schulhoff was just 16 when she plotted her father’s murder and enlisted her 20 year-old boyfriend’s help to carry it out. Steven Schulhoff, 48, was found beaten to death in the family’s Altamonte Springs, Fla., apartment on Feb. 10, 2004.
Florida man Depree Johnson, convicted felon and alleged jewel thief, got himself collared when he posted a bunch of photos of himself on Instagram posing with cash, guns, and stolen jewelry. Though he may not have the best temperament for a thief, Johnson may have a future in photography.
This bank robber might want to think about pursuing another line of work.
On November 18, 1994, Walter Hinton became the first victim of Gary Ray Bowles, a serial killer who cruised Florida gay bars seeking sugar daddies to exploit, rob and murder.
From our friends at The Daily Dot: It might be time to start caring.
William Gibson, 55, is facing charges of lewd and lascivious exhibition in the presence of the elderly after allegedly exposing himself in front of a Goodwill store in a strip mall, and allegedly doing all manner of inappropriate things with his genitalia in public.
Raw video shot on November 13, 2013, from a helicopter responding to a call about Seminole County woman Cynthia Garza being partially submerged in a pond after running off the road. The helicopter pilot describes the action for the 911 dispatcher as a group of bystanders rescues the terrified woman before her car sinks completely under the water.
Last month lonely Massachusetts man Scott Topham, 29, of Waltham, Mass., reportedly broke into a neighbor’s home and forced him to drink vodka with him at knife point. This week a lonely birthday boy in Florida called 911 on his neighbors because they would not drink with him.
On November 7, 2013, the sheriff’s department in River County Florida got a 911 call from a woman saying that her husband had left a grey pipe on the kitchen counter. The pipe had a wire coming out of it and a note nearby written in red that said: “This is (an) explosive. (It’s) a bomb.”
Believe or or not, there is such a thing a being too responsible a drinker. Thanks to concerned citizen Mary Jaggers, we now have police confirmation, just in time for the weekend, that it is in fact okay for a bar to be full of drunk people.