The 911 calls made by Ric Flair on March 29, 2013, asking for help for his son Reid Flair, also a wrestler, who was unresponsive. Father and son wrestlers were to tour of the U.S. together.
Ever wonder if you would make a good witness? A short informational video, about being the best witness you can be, so cops can catch the bad guy.
In a case that has left investigators scratching their heads, Robert Jarell Neal, 22, of Burlington, N.C., has been arrested for stabbing a deaf man. Police believe that Neal misinterpreted sign language for gang signs, but this is just a theory at this point and in no way constitutes an excuse.
Turns out that this North Carolina man is definitely wearing the right t-shirt.
At about 1:15 p.m. on Wednesday, December 12, 2012, searchers began the process of draining the pond in Mint Hill, North Carolina, where they had found the bicycle of missing teen Kayla Campbell, 16, earlier this week. Roughly 11 hours later, they found Kayla’s dead body in the pond.
A 16-year-old North Carolina boy will spend 25 to 32 years in prison for killing his father and his father’s young wife. Matthew Liewald was 15 years old when he shot Christian Liewald, 43 and Cassie Buckaloo, 24, in their Pineville home.
Authorities continue the search for Mint Hill teen Kayla Campbell, 16, who was reported missing Sunday. Kayla left her home at 2:30 p.m. on December 9, 2012, on her bicycle, saying that she would be back in a few hours. When she was not back by 5:15, however, her family began to worry.
Relative of a young couple jailed after the death of their 2-week-old baby lived in filth, relatives say. Brian Jack Frazier and Stefany Ash, both 20, of High Point, N.C., are charged in connection with the death of their infant, Khan, who authorities allege died after Frazier punched him in the face.
A young High Point, N.C., couple is behind bars after their 2-week-old infant was found unresponsive at their home Tuesday. Police determined that the child, who was pronounced dead at a local hospital, “died as a result of a criminal homicide.”
A North Carolina mother who police say admitted to tattooing her 11-year-old daughter says she didn’t realize it was illegal for a parent to tattoo their underage child. Odessa Clay, 30, used her own tools and numbed the girl’s arm when she gave her a small heart tattoo near her right shoulder.