Colin Firth’s Wife Admits To Affair With Their Stalker In Bizarre Scandal

While Colin Firth has made a name for himself starring in hit romantic comedy films, he’s already found his happy ending.

The Bridget Jones’s Diary and Love Actually actor has been married to Italian film producer Livia Giuggioli since 1997.

By all accounts, the pair seemed to have a perfectly happy Hollywood romance. Dividing their time between England and Italy, the couple have two sons together, Matteo and Luca.

But a surprising twist in their love story was revealed this week, when the couple filed a criminal complaint in Italy.

The pair allege that an Italian journalist, Marco Brancaccia, has been stalking them for months.

In a statement, a spokesman for the couple says the journalist sent them threatening text messages. e-mails, phone calls, and threatened to write unflattering stories about the couple.

They say that Bracaccia carried out a “frightening campaign” of  abuse against them.

Giuggioli and Firth.Angela George

But Brancaccia has fired back with his own stunning claim: that Giuggioli is trying to cover up her affair with him from years ago.

After Brancaccia revealed the affair to The Times, the couple confirmed it took place in a statement, saying Firth and Giuggioli made “the decision to separate” in 2015.

Giuggioli then began an affair with Brancaccia, who is called a “former friend” of hers in the statement. But she and Firth add that they are now back together.

While police are investigating Bracaccia for harassing the pair, he’s sharing his side of the story, and says his affair with the producer almost tore the famous couple apart.

O.J. Simpson Finally Confesses To Murder

The trial of O.J. Simpson was well-documented on TV, in papers, and basically anywhere else that covered news. In 1994, O.J. Simpson was alleged to have killed his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman. His lawyer, Robert Kardashian, worked hard to let O.J. walk free, and it worked. Because one of the gloves in evidence didn’t fit, O.J. Simpson was found not guilty of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman’s murders.

When Simpson walked free, he wrote a book about the murders called If I Did It. Seriously. The entire book was a hypothetical detail-for-detail account of just how he would have murdered those people.


At the time of his book release, O.J. gave an interview with Judith Regan, who helped the accused murdered write his book. That interview never made it to air, but it never fully went away.

Airing March 11th on FOX, the lost interview will reveal some chilling admissions from O.J. Simpson about the night Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman were killed.

Simpson allegedly talks about how the murders might have been committed, similar to in his book. He then goes on to talk at-length about an accomplice who hypothetically helped kill Brown and Goldman. The accomplice is never named, but it’s clear that O.J. (hypothetically) did not act alone.

All those hypothetical answers have apparently been confirmed, however, after news about a confession has surfaced.

‘America’s Most Wanted’ Started With A Father’s Quest To Solve His Own Son’s Murder Case

Very few TV shows manage to make a real impact on the world, but there’s no denying that America’s Most Wanted did.

For more than 25 seasons, host John Walsh shared stories about our country’s most dangerous fugitives, urging viewers with helpful information to call a special hotline.

Tips from the show’s viewers helped catch more than 1,000 criminals, including over a dozen from the FBI’s Most Wanted list.

But very few of the show’s fans realized that Walsh was trying to solve a murder case in his own family, a cold case that baffled police for decades.

The story begins in 1981, at a department store in Hollywood, Florida, where Walsh’s wife, Revé, and their six-year-old son, Adam, were shopping.

Revé took her eyes off Adam for just a few moments to look in a different aisle, and when she returned the boy was gone.

Police were called, teams of men with dogs searched the area, and even a helicopter looked for signs of Adam, but he had vanished without a trace.

It was two weeks before Adam’s remains – only a severed head – were found in a nearby canal.

The case was heartbreaking, and it drew national attention. But even though there were no leads on Adam’s killer, Walsh and his wife were determined to get justice for their little boy.

Just days after his funeral, they began campaigning to change the way police investigate missing children’s cases.

John and Revé in a 1981 file photo.Miami Herald

Their efforts led to the passing of the Missing Children’s Act and the founding of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, which introduced the famous missing children ads on the sides of milk cartons.

The couple became associated with unsolved crimes and the hunt for missing children, which is why Walsh was picked to host America’s Most Wanted in 1988.

The show became just another part of Walsh’s search for justice, but he admits that interviewing parents with their own missing and murdered children was hard for him.

“I’ll always be the parent of a murdered child,” Walsh explained in a Nightline interview in 2009.

“Adam will always be in my mind. Your heart is broken. It doesn’t matter if it was six months ago or 27 years ago. Your heart is broken. People deal with it differently. Some descend into hell in different ways and you live in that hell.”

But after decades of waiting and praying, Walsh and his wife finally received the justice they had been praying for.

Airline Employee’s Eye For Detail Saved Two Teens From Being Human Trafficked

Human trafficking is one of those terrible crimes that sadly doesn’t get enough attention in our society.

The Justice Department estimates that as many as 17,500 Americans are trafficked every year, and become the victims of sexual assault and other crimes.

The Global Slavery Index reported that 50,000 people in America could be the victims of human trafficking right now.

Children are more vulnerable than adults, and the Department of State says a stunning 244,000 children are “at risk” of being trafficked.

That’s why American Airlines employee Denice Miracle is being recognized by the sheriff’s department in Sacramento, California.

The quick-thinking airline employee may have saved two teenage girls from a living hell.

The girls, 15 and 17 years old, walked up to Miracle’s counter with luggage but no ID, hoping to fly from Sacramento to New York on prepaid tickets. Miracle says she knew something was off right away.


“I think the way they kept looking back-and-forth at each other, like they weren’t really sure,” she told KOVR about her instinct.

“And then they were texting someone on the phone, and that person was giving them answers.”

A little digging revealed the pricey first-class tickets had been purchased with another person’s credit card.

“It just doesn’t feel right to me,” Miracle thought, and she called the local sheriff’s department.

But even they were surprised by how close these girls came to something truly horrible.

The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department says the two teenagers were defensive about their tickets and travel plans.

Eventually, they revealed they had met a man named “Drey” on Instagram, and he had bought the tickets.

The girls said Drey had offered them $2,000 to appear in a music video as models. That’s when the police pointed out a chilling detail.

Notorious Hollywood Detective Says The Truth About Michael Jackson Is Worse Than Anyone Knows

A private detective serving time behind bars for his own crimes said he knows the truth about Michael Jackson in a rare jailhouse interview.

Private eye Anthony Pellicano developed a reputation as one of Hollywood’s toughest “fixers” – someone who takes care of messy or unsavory problems for their clients – before he was sentenced to 15 years in jail for crimes including wiretapping.

His long list of famous clients includes musicians and actors like Elizabeth Taylor, Tom Cruise, Sylvester Stallone, Roseanne Barr, and Courtney Love.

There are even rumors that Pellicano worked for both President Donald Trump and the Clintons, but he won’t confirm or deny them.

While he allegedly helped his famous clients get out of trouble, Pellicano was sent to prison himself in 2008.

Authorities found more than 150,000 pages of illegal recordings in his possession, along with explosives.

In a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Pellicano insisted he could have “saved myself, or at least done less time, if I had even slightly co-operated with the government.”

Pellicano refused, insisting that snitches were “worse than child molesters.”

But while Pellicano remains uptight about almost all of his famous clients, there was one celebrity he wasn’t afraid to talk about.

Michael Jackson with Jordan Chandler.Rex

The disgraced detective was allegedly hired by singer Michael Jackson, when the “King of Pop” was facing accusations of child molestation in the ’90s.

What Pellicano revealed about Jackson in the interview has many people seeing the famous case in a new light.

The allegations against Jackson came from dentist Evan Chandler and his son Jordan.

Jordan was one of the many children who visited Jackson at his Neverland Ranch estate, and he even traveled with Jackson on his Dangerous world tour.

Jackson eventually settled out of court with the Chandler family, but a laundry list of other accusers followed suit.

To this day, both the LA County Police Department and California’s Department of Children and family services say they never found any evidence of child abuse by the singer.

But the normally tight-lipped Pellicano hinted that he knew the real truth about Jackson’s case.

Former CIA And FBI Analyst Weeps On CNN While Talking About Florida High School Shooting

On February 14, a senseless tragedy occurred in Parkdale, Florida, when a gunman opened fire at his former high school.

The attack resulted in the death of 17 students and staff at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, with dozens more injured.

Assistant football and security guard Aaron Feis was one of the gunman’s victims, who sacrificed his life to protect his students.

“It is with Great sadness that our Football Family has learned about the death of Aaron Feis,” the school’s football team’s Twitter account posted early Thursday morning. “He was our Assistant Football Coach and security guard. He selflessly shielded students from the shooter when he was shot. He died a hero and he will forever be in our hearts and memories.”

While people across the country are coming together in mourning, some are finding it difficult to keep their emotions in tact.

Almost A Decade After Her Abductors Were Caught, Jaycee Dugard Is Helping Victims Heal

Her kidnapping made headlines in the ’90s, but now Jaycee Dugard is attracting attention for a totally different reason.

Dugard was famously abducted while walking to a school bus stop near her home in Tahoe, California.


A woman pulled the 11-year-old into a passing van, and even though her stepfather chased after Dugard on his mountain bike, she wouldn’t be seen for another 18 years.

The woman, Nancy Garrido, later admitted that Dugard had been targeted by her husband Phillip because she was “cute.”

Nancy and Phillip Garrido, Jaycee’s abductors.AP

Phillip Garrido was a registered sex offender, who had already spent time in jail before kidnapping Dugard. He and his wife kept the teenager in sheds and tents on their property in Antioch, California.

The Garridos’s backyard in Antioch.EPA

During her time as Phillip’s prisoner, Dugard was sexually assaulted by him, and gave birth to a pair of children.

“I can’t fathom how I kept it together,” Dugard remembered about the ordeal years later, “or, you know, I must’ve been checked out, you know, on a different level.”

“You know, [I was] present, but not present for, you know, some of it, because it’s terrifying on its own. But being alone, how did I even do that?”

This cover photo of Dugard was the first image of her as an adult.People

Of course Dugard was rescued in 2009, but since then she and her daughters have kept out of the public eye.

But it turns out Dugard has been very busy making the world a better place for victims like herself and her daughters.

They Were Told Their Daughters Ran Away – Ten Years Later, A “House Of Horrors” Revealed The Truth

What were you doing in 2002? I was still in school, and really had no idea of the horrors the world had to offer. Unfortunately, not everyone had the same experiences as your or I. In 2002, a decade of torture and despair started at the hands of Ariel Castro.

Michelle Knight, who was 21 years old at the time, was kidnapped by Castro on August 23, 2002 in Cleveland, Ohio. She accepted a ride from Castro after leaving her cousin’s house and was never seen again. Knight was the oldest of Castro’s victims, which police admit is part of the reason their investigation was not as focused on her. It was just assumed that Knight had run away after losing custody of her son.

Amanda Berry was Castro’s next victim. She disappeared in April of 2003, just one day before her 17th birthday. Berry called her sister just moments before she was kidnapped, saying she was getting a ride home from her job at Burger King. For about a week, the FBI just labelled Berry as a runaway. However, when an unidentified male called Berry’s family using her cellphone, they knew it was serious

“I have Amanda. She’s fine and will be coming home in a couple of days,” the call said.

Georgina “Gina” Lynn DeJesus disappeared when she was just 14 years old. She was abducted on April 2, 2004 by Ariel Castro, who she willingly got into the car with. DeJesus was friends with Arlene Castro, Ariel’s teenage daughter, so she never thought twice about getting a ride home from him. Arlene and Gina had wanted to have a sleepover, but Arlene’s mom said no, which is when Ariel offered to drive her home. No Amber Alert was issued for DeJesus’s disappearance because it was believed she had just run away.

“The Amber Alert should work for any missing child ,” DeJesus’s father said in 2006. “Whether it’s an abduction or a runaway, a child needs to be found. We need to change this law”

One by one the girls were taken into captivity, but none of them could have imagined the horrors they were about to face.

His Murder Spree Made Headlines, But His Final Evil Act Shook The Nation

On January 17, 2018, the anthology series American Crime Story released its second season, The Assassination of Gianni Versace, while simultaneously renewing public interest in one of the largest failed manhunts in the history of the United States.

Who was the fugitive?

Andrew Cunanan, a 27-year-old serial killer, who was responsible for murdering multiple men across the country, including the famous Italian-born designer, Gianni Versace.

Versace’s story got the television show treatment because he happened to be the most famous of Cunanan’s victims, but the dangerous criminal had at least four other victims before ending his murderous spree on July 17, 1997.

Prior to Versace’s assassination, Cunanan murdered architect Lee Miglin, gas company manager Jeffrey Trail, millionaire David J. Madson, and cemetery groundskeeper William Reese

Here’s a look at Cunanan’s victims, what drove him to commit such heinous crimes, and what became of him in the end:

Cunanan was born on August 31, 1969 in National City, California to a Filipino-American father, Modesto “Pete” Cunanan, and an Italian-American mother, Mary Anne Schillaci. Pete, who was serving in Vietnam War, wasn’t around when his son was born, but upon his return, he made sure that his youngest child was always well taken care of.

He enrolled Cunanan, who had an above average IQ of 147, at an Episcopal independent day school so he could receive the best education possible. Aside from his talkativeness and zest for knowledge, there were no signs that indicated Cunanan would someday inflict harm on other people.

The Terrible Secret That Led To A Beloved Child Star’s Murder

It’s hard to imagine that a child’s life could be filled with anything but love and affection, but for young Judith Barsi, her childhood was anything but ordinary. Some may assume that becoming a Hollywood star would be the dream, but for Judith, her dream quickly turned into a nightmare.

Judith was discovered when she was only five years old. It was 1983, and the young girl was at a skating rink at the same time that a commercial was being shot. The crew members noticed her and helped her land her first commercial for Donald Duck Orange Juice.

She would go on to star in over 50 commercials in her short career. Her parents were thrilled with their child’s success, at least at first. Her parents, Joszef and Maria Barsi, were both from Hungary. They met in California where they were married and had their daughter. It was well known that Maria had always wanted their daughter to become a star.

But she didn’t know that it was that drive that would create a situation that would lead to her daughter’s death.

17 Years Later, There Are Still More Questions Than Answers In The Murder Of Chandra Levy

In Spring 2001, the mysterious disappearance of Chandra Levy rocked the nation.

In a case that could have been likened to a plot of a thriller, the 24-year-old master’s student vanished without a trace on May 1, raising a mixture of publicity and fear throughout the country.

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A year before her disappearance, Chandra had moved to Washington D.C. to intern with the Bureau of Prisons for her master’s program at the University of Southern California. She was studying public administration in hopes of one day working for the FBI.

“She managed to be working for the state here [in California] at the governor’s office, and also the mayor of Los Angeles,” Chandra’s mother, Susan Levy told 20/20’s Deborah Roberts. “She had these high political internships. … She was an honor student, had good grades … maybe a student aggressive enough to go after these really good positions.”

On May 6, Levy’s parents alerted authorities they had not heard from their daughter in the past five days. With no initial indication of foul play, it came as a shock when Chandra’s father, Robert Levy, revealed she was having an affair with an older, married U.S. congressman, who he believed to be U.S. Representative Gary Condit.

Brad Garrett, a former FBI agent who was the lead investigator in the case, said the couple became involved after Chandra and a friend visited his office and he gave them a tour of the Capitol.

After the pair began their affair, Garrett said Chandra “led a very insulated life once she started this relationship with Gary, because the only time[s] she’d really see him were after hours. Her life basically going to [work], back home and then to Gary’s house.”

The Preventable Tragedy That Left Five Children Dead And Their Mother On Trial For Murder

To a great many people, the death of a child is one of the most tragic events that could possibly happen. While someone living to old age has meant they’ve at least been able to go out with a full life behind them, some children unfortunately only get to grace the Earth for a few years before their lives are tragically cut all too short. It’s a subject that saddens just about everybody.

Most parents are especially sensitive to the possibility, as they have to live every day with the fear that something could happen to their most precious treasures. Many parents I know can’t even watch a movie where a child dies without ending up a mess of tears, much less even entertain the thought of losing their own.

So, it stands to reason that it’s pretty unthinkable that a parent would ever want to willingly kill their own children, right? I mean, parents are supposed to be the first ones to throw their lives on the line to save their kids, what reason could they ever possibly have to take their lives instead?

Well, in 2001, we all got the shock of our lives when a mother was charged not just with murdering her five children, but with doing so in a way that was absolutely horrific. Her name was Andrea Yates, and her trial was one that the world will never forget. This is especially thanks to the fact that, in retrospect, the signs were all there.

The Beginning

Born in Hallsville, Texas in 1964, Yates was the youngest of five children, and by all accounts was pretty much the definition of the all-American student. She was her high school class valedictorian, captain of the swim team, and even an officer in the National Honor Society.

The Downward Spiral

However, she also had her first recorded brushes with mental illness as a teen too, something that would prove to come back throughout her life. She suffered from bulimia and clinical depression, and even described the desire to commit suicide to a friend at 17. These thoughts would ebb and flow even after her graduation from the University of Texas School of Nursing, and her marriage to her husband, Russell “Rusty” Yates.

Yates ended up having five children with her husband while they relocated between Texas and Florida several times, but trouble started to flare up after the birth of their fourth child, Luke.

Hilary Duff Transforms Into Sharon Tate For Manson Murder Movie, But Not Everyone Is Happy

August, 1969 is a month that many Americans won’t easily forget. It was on the 8th and 9th of that month when notorious cult leader Charles Manson convinced some of his dedicated followers to embark on a killing spree in California.

Over the course of two days, the Manson Family murdered seven people, including Abigail Ann Folger, Wojciech Frykowski, Steven Earl Parent, Jay Sebring, Leno and Rosemary La Bianca, as well as Sharon Tate.

Horror Galore

While all the deaths have continued to horrify and fascinate the nation, Tate’s death stood out from the rest. The beloved actress, best known for her role in the Valley of the Dolls, was eight-and-a-half months pregnant with her first child when she was stabbed multiple times in her home. The perpetrator then used her blood to write a message on the walls.

NY Daily News

The 26-year-old’s husband, director Roman Polanski, was in London scouting for film locations when he received word of his wife’s gruesome demise.

“In those days, she was not just the love of my life, she was the love of everyone’s life,” Polanski later wrote in the book, Sharon Tate: Recollection.

The Independent

Over the years, Tate’s memory has lived on through through books, documentaries, a museum exhibit, and films. It’s been 49 years since the starlets untimely death, and her story will once again be retold in an upcoming movie titled The Haunting of Sharon Tate.

Former Disney star Hilary Duff was cast to portray the late icon, and she recently shared a photo of transformation on social media. However, not everyone is supportive of Duff’s latest role, especially not Tate’s sister, Debra.

Decades Later, 26 Children Who Were Kidnapped And Buried Alive Are Still Searching For Answers

On the sunny afternoon of July 15, 1976, the children of Dairyland Elementary School were happy and carefree.

It was the second-last day of summer school, and the children were being bussed home after a field trip to the local swimming pool. The 26 children on the bus, school kids ranging from 5 to 14 years old, had no idea the tragic twist of fate waiting in store for them.

Some of the children from the bus, along with driver Edward Ray.AP

When the bus turned onto a narrow street, driver Frank Edward “Ed” Ray noticed a van parked in the middle of the road. The vehicle’s hood was up, and it seemed like a man was trying to fix it.

One of the students on the bus, Lynda Carrejo Labendeira, describes Ray as “gentleman farmer,” who parked in the road to try and help the man.

“And as quick as his words were coming out, they jumped on the bus with their guns pointed at us,” she remembers. “And the rifle. And told Edward to go to the back of the bus.”

The school bus, stashed in a ravine.AP

The masked gunmen drove the bus off the road, into a small, sheltered ravine where a pair of vans were waiting.

The children and Ray were packed inside the vans. The vehicles were dark inside, with no windows or air conditioning. The group was driven for 11 hours straight, without any water in the sweltering heat, or any idea where they were headed.

The quarry where the hostages were taken.Ed Ray

Later, police learned the kidnapped children had been taken on a roundabout route from Chowchilla, California to nearby Livermore. The slow trip was probably meant to kill time, so it would be dark when the vans reached their destination.

The group was finally let out of the van at a secluded gravel quarry. There, the kidnappers took each child’s name, home address, and telephone number, along with a piece of their clothing or a personal object.

Despite being peppered with questions by Ray and the children, the kidnappers never explained why the children had been taken.

“I only recall them ever telling us to shut up and be quiet,” Labendeira remembers.

FBI agents and police dig at the location where the children were buried.AP

Finally, the children were led across the quarry to a strange pile of dirt with a ladder descending down into darkness.

That’s when the group was ordered to crawl inside, and the real terror began.

Former Car Thief Shares His 5 Tips To Protect Your Vehicle

If you don’t spend much time worrying how safe your car is, maybe you should.

A scary statistic from the San Jose Police Department says that a car is stolen every 21 seconds in America.

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Police have a long list of tips to help keep your car safe, and of course most of them are pretty obvious. You should park in busy, well-lit areas with security cameras, keep valuables stowed in your trunk, and always lock your car.

Maybe if you’re really worried about your vehicle, you can invest in a wheel lock, or j-bar, which prevents thieves from driving off with it.


But it turns out there are some easy and free ways to prevent your car from being stolen that most people never even think about

Michael Fraser is a former thief who now works as a security expert. He recently shared some clever tips to protect your car with The Sun, and they shine a light on just how lazy criminals can be.

The Sun

Turning your wheels, cleaning your windshield, and even the direction you park your car can all help to deter burglars and thieves.

Fraser explains the key to keeping thieves at bay is making your car a hard target, which doesn’t require any fancy high-tech alarms.

When you parallel park, turning your wheels towards the curb makes it harder to steal the vehicle.

“Turning your wheels in towards the curb or another vehicle makes it harder for a thief to make a getaway,” Fraser explains.

“Firstly, the wheels will get stuck in the car wheel well on the side of the road and, secondly, if you do this once you’ve taken your keys out of the ignition it will activate the cars’ automatic wheel lock.”

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If you reverse into your driveway, leaving your car facing the road, it’s easy for thieves to make a quick getaway.

A Woman Jumps On Her Car To Stop A Thief From Driving Away With It

How much do you love your car? Would you be willing to put your own life on the line to stop someone from stealing it? One woman from Milwaukee, Wisconsin decided that she loved her SUV enough to put her body in the line of fire in order to stop a carjacker from being able to make a clean getaway.  

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In May 2017, 27-year-old Melissa Smith was pumping gas at a local Milwaukee station when a black car suddenly rolled into the parking lot. The man who got out of the car quietly made his way over to her white SUV and jumped into the driver’s set. That’s when things started to get a little crazy, and we got to see what Melissa Smith was truly made of.


Instead of moving away to safety and calling police, Smith decided that she would attempt to stop the carjacking on her own, by leaping onto the hood of the vehicle and hanging on like her life depended on it, and frankly, it sort of did.

Before she even knew what she was really doing, she had jumped up on to the hood of her own vehicle, and cemented her hands and feet into place. This guy was not going to be making an easy getaway.

New Person Of Interest In The Natalie Wood Murder Case

Natalie Wood Wagner died 37 years ago, after mysteriously disappearing from a yacht she was on with her husband, Robert Wagner and co-star, Christopher Walken.

Lisa’s Room

Wood’s body turned up a day after she disappeared, and her official cause of death was listed as an accidental drowning. However, no one really bought that story. Her death was extremely suspicious, but for 30 years, the official record stated it was an accident.

In 2011, Wood’s case was reopened, and people’s suspicions were starting to be confirmed. Coroners changed the cause of death from “accidental drowning” to “drowning and other undetermined factors.” Reports of bruises covering the late actress’s body started to surface, as well as rumors surrounding Wagner’s jealous rages.

National Post

According to the ship captain Dennis Davern’s sworn statement to police, Wagner and Walken got into an argument surrounding Wagner’s jealousy. A furious Wagner yelled “Do you want to f**k my wife?!” at Walken, which is when the The Deer Hunter actor smashed a bottle of wine. Moments later, Wood fell off the boat. Davern says Wood and Wagner were also arguing.

“The only full sentence I could completely decipher during the entire argument was ‘Get off my f****** boat’ said by Robert Wagner.” He recalled showing up on the deck where the argument was taking place. “Wagner was present, and he stood near the far rear wall of the yacht.”


The case has remained open since 2011 and now, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department has released new information on a person of interest.

These Slick Criminals Are No Match For The All-Seeing Google Earth

Have you ever seen the Google Earth van go by? It’s a large vehicle, usually with a ton of camera equipment strapped to the top of the roof, and very obvious to see coming.

Over the past decade, Google has sent out hundreds of these teams to take pictures of over 5 million miles of roadway in over 39 countries. Their maps are the most up-to-date and offer an intimate view for anyone looking through to see exactly where they are going.

This means that they end up capturing much more than just road signs as they make their way through neighborhoods.

Unfortunately for these criminals, Google Earth was there to take their picture, and it wasn’t their best side!

This picture led police to the right suspect in a stolen bike case. Not the only law he was breaking either; where’s your helmet?!

When the Google Earth satellite flew over top of this forest in Oregon, officials noticed something strange about the way these trees were lined up. They tracked the farm down to someone with a licence to grow 30 plants, but was definitely over-producing.

When Greece was cracking down on tax evaders, they matched addresses with aerial shots of neighborhoods of suspects. Quite a few people said they didn’t have a pool, and yet, a blue rectangle was found in their backyards…

A land-owner curious about his property was looking at Google Earth to survey the area one day, when he thought he spied an illegal hunting cabin on his land.

When he investigated he found an SUV, and when the police showed up, he was surprised to find he had just located a stolen car!

A trailer home was stolen out of a driveway in the UK several years ago with no leads, until Google Earth offered this image of an unknown man on the property of the victims. Two years later, it led to his arrest and the recovery of the stolen caravan.

The maps service has led to the solving of much worse crimes than this, and it’s hard to believe that some of these culprits didn’t see it coming!

Hero Of Kentucky School Shooting Describes How He Saved A Friend’s Life In The Chaos

In the aftermath of 2018’s first deadly school shooting, the small town of Benton, Kentucky is thanking an unlikely hero.

Two teenagers were killed after one of their fellow students opened fire at the town’s Marshall County High School. Another 14 students were shot, and four more were injured in the rush to escape the school.

Emergency crews outside the school on Tuesday morning.AP

The tiny community of less than 5,000 people is in shock as victims as young as 14 years old remain in the hospital. But everyone in Benton is thankful for Tristan Cline.

Cline was just arriving at school when the shooting began.CBS

The junior was just arriving at school on Tuesday morning when the gunman opened fire. Cline described the terrifying scene to CBS:

“I saw everybody rush out in a panic. I mean, it had to have been 400 kids, and I started to flee in my car and that’s when I saw my friend Danny.”

Cline says his friend had been shot while trying to escape the school, and had collapsed on the lawn outside.

Despite the risk to his life, Cline didn’t hesitate to help his friend, and authorities say his quick thinking may have saved his life.

Couple Shares A ‘Bonnie And Clyde’ Style Kiss After Taking Cops On Dramatic High-Speed Chase

A couple is being called the ‘new Bonnie and Clyde’ after their recent arrest ended in a kiss. The Arizona couple were being followed by police after allegedly stealing a car and leading the cops on a half-hour high speed pursuit outside of Phoenix.

It all started when the vehicle that was reported as stolen was spotted by cops, but instead of pulling over, the couple sped off. They ventured up one-way streets the wrong way, they went off road, and they pulled dangerous turns in intersections that could have led to people getting hurt.


The pursuit spanned 30 miles as cops tracked them by helicopter, but when the vehicle crashed through a fence and ventured out into the desert things took a cinematic turn. The couple crashed their vehicle and took off running. It was only a few moments later that it started to look like something out of a movie.