Saturday, May 27, 2017

Playboy playmate who body-shamed 71 year-old woman in gym sentenced to remove graffiti

A Playboy model who secretly took a photo of a naked 70-year-old woman in the locker room of a California gym, before sharing it on the Snapchat social media site has pleaded guilty to invasion of privacy. Dani Mathers, who was voted 'Playmate of the Year' in 2015, was sentenced to 30 days community service — to be spent removing graffiti — and three years probation.
The 30-year-old published the image on her public Snapchat story last summer with the caption: “If I can't unsee this then you can't either”. It lead to accusations of body shaming. It is illegal in California to secretly photograph another identifiable person in a changing room without their consent.

Ms Mathers previously attempted to avoid jail time by offering to apologize to the victim, undergo counselling, and take an anti-bullying course. The judge declined, citing lack of remorse. Mathers was also banned from all LA Fitness gyms.

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Walmart Shoplifter a tad clumsy

A woman was caught on surveillance video sprinting out of a Walmart store in Ontario with a shopping cart full of stolen items, but two left feet caused the would-be thief to retreat to her car empty-handed.

In footage shared by the Ontario Provincial Police, the suspect makes a mad dash out the front doors of the retail chain desperately trying to get her full cart back to her car. The woman had more than $650 worth of items in her cart. Police also said a few days before the incident she stole nearly $2,500 worth of products from the same store.

Sunday, May 21, 2017

Maxim models busted

Maxim model Nacharot Ployplye or “Tak Maxim” was arrested for stealing a pricy dress from Emporium shopping mall, before the police found out that she also tested positive for drugs. Nacharot Ployplye was a contestant of Miss Maxim 2010.
Last year, the Miss Maxim 2015 second runner-up was fired after she was caught doing meth with her Singaporean boyfriend. The most famous case involved a 2013 Maxim finalist who had to undergo a drug test after a video of her teaching a 5-year-old boy to inhale Ketamine went viral.

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Home invasion ends badly for retard

Police say the female resident (a 52 year old) answered a knock at her door. As soon as she opened the door, a masked man stepped into the doorway, grabbed her arm, and attempted to pull her outside. When this initial assault proved unsuccessful, the masked man pushed the resident back inside the home and shouted, “This is a robbery!” “The victim grabbed a baseball bat from behind the door and fought back" the KPD news release says.
The woman struggled with her attacker removing his mask and recognizing him as family friend, Joe Sotello. She also noticed the gun tucked in his waistband.
Two teenage witnesses (both 18 year old white female adults) were in the residence at the time and joined in clearly justifiable third-party defense of the victim. Together, the three women physically drove Mr. Sotello out of the house and onto the front lawn.

The woman who had been holding the flyer (later determined to be Mr. Sotello’s girlfriend) fled to a silver Honda. Mr. Sotello attempted to get into the car with her; however, he could not escape the three women who continued to get the better of him.”

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Thief drops mobile phone at crime scene, then calls it

A bumbling thief might be a contender for Melbourne's dumbest crook after dropping his mobile phone at the scene of the crime and then calling it, only for police to answer. The man was allegedly one of two thieves who stole a basket full of items from a Chemist Warehouse store.
Gas Gas thief clotheslines accomplice
The man dropped his mobile phone inside the store before fleeing.

Unaware that he'd left his mobile at the crime scene, the crook called it from another phone. The phone was answered by police, who did not give away their true identities. The detectives acted as good Samaritans and arranged to meet the man to return the phone. Upon meeting, police promptly arrested the 29-year-old man, who was interviewed and charged with several counts of shop theft, attempted shop theft and trafficking heroin.

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Photoshop enthusiast Natasha Oakley flaunts her flawless physique on social media

Kim Kardashian recently made headlines after candid beach photos of her butt looked far different to the polished images she shares to Instagram. And now it looks like Natasha Oakley is giving Kim a run for her money in the airbrushing stakes. The Australian airbrush queen, who has admitted to editing her photos, shared some snaps of herself to Instagram on Friday wearing a beige bikini - and they looked remarkably different to candid images taken on the same day.

Friday, May 12, 2017

California Beefcake model busted for cross-country bank robberies

The suspect in three Greenwich, Connecticut robberies arrested early Wednesday near San Diego was a beefcake model and a fitness fanatic. David Byers, 34, of Solana Beach, Calif., managed to evade pursuers in Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania and Arizona after a series of robberies.
Greenwich police are seeking to have Byers extradited to Greenwich, where he will face one count of first-degree robbery, a charge that includes robbery with a gun, two counts of third-degree robbery, two counts of larceny and a felony count of reckless endangerment. Byers reportedly has a girlfriend in the New York area and a daughter in Southern California. He is accused of holding up a Chase bank in Riverside, Connecticut last week. He is also being charged with the robbery of a Citgo gas station.
He escaped an extensive manhunt stretching from Stamford to Port Chester, N.Y. — a search that began after police tracked him to a bar in Riverside. He took off in a stolen Range Rover before ditching the car on Interstate-95. He was later pursued in Pennsylvania, but again thwarted law-enforcement trackers.

FBI agents and members of the San Diego County Sheriff’s Office apprehended him without incident, following a cross-country manhunt.

Thursday, May 11, 2017

Kristopher Teichrieb faces new charge - Update II

KAMLOOPS - A Kamloops man charged with assaulting a teenager with a baseball bat last year will be going to trial on a different charge next April. Kristopher Teichrieb is facing charges of attempted murder and assault with a weapon in connection to the alleged assault against Savona teenager Jessie Simpson.

After being denied bail twice, Teichrieb has been behind bars for about 10 months, ever since he was arrested following the June 19, 2016 incident near his Brocklehurst property. During his time in prison, Teichrieb was charged with counselling an indictable offence. Court documents show he allegedly counselled someone to commit bodily harm against another person. Court documents show a trial date for that charge has been set for April 16 to 19 of 2018. That trial is set to take place in Surrey Provincial Court. A date has not yet been set for Teichrieb's Kamloops Supreme Court jury trial for the attempted murder and assault with a weapon charges in connection to the alleged assault against Simpson.

Jessie Simpson in his 2016 grad photo
Kristopher Teichrieb's preliminary inquiry was scheduled for 4 days but concluded in a few hours with Teichrieb being ordered to stand trial. He is charged with attempted murder and aggravated assault that left 18-year-old Jessie Simpson unconscious. Simpson, who has since turned 19, has been in a coma ever since June, 2016.

A Kamloops man who has been behind bars since beating a teen into a coma had his B.C. Supreme Court bail hearing delayed to give his lawyer more time to deal with a new charge — one that alleges he counselled another inmate at a Surrey jail to commit assault causing bodily harm. The new charge against Kristopher Teichrieb dates back to late October. A court-ordered ban prevents any additional information from being published.

Jessie Simpson
Charged with the attempted murder of a Savona teen, Kristopher Teichrieb has remained in custody since June 19.

Still unconscious and on life support after an assault, Jessie Simpson turned 19 years old on July 26. His mother Sue has been at his bedside daily since the assault. Jesse Simpson remains unresponsive in a coma in hospital. Reports have suggested he is brain dead and would likely not survive if taken off medical support. A publication ban remains in effect.

Kristopher Teichrieb
Kristopher Teichrieb walked into a Kamloops courtroom with a big smile on his face on Monday July 18, waving at a group of friends and family seated in the gallery. He has been in custody since he was arrested June 19 after Jessie Simpson was beaten into a coma near Teichrieb’s Brocklehurst home.
Kristopher Teichrieb said little during a brief appearance in Kamloops provincial court on Monday, June 27. Kristopher Teichrieb is charged with attempted murder in connection to the assault of Jessie Simpson. Defence lawyer Jeremy Jensen hinted at the fact Teichrieb’s charge could be upgraded to murder if Simpson’s condition changes. Jensen asked that a potential bail hearing be delayed.

Bail hearings for people charged with murder take place in B.C. Supreme Court. If Teichrieb’s charge is not upgraded, his bail hearing on the attempted murder charge would take place in provincial court. Jesse Simpson has been declared brain dead by doctors.

Jessie Simpson
19-year-old Jessie Simpson remained in a coma on Monday after being beaten, reportedly with a baseball bat, on Holt Street in Kamloops in the early-morning hours of Sunday, June 19.

Kristopher Teichrieb, 39, has been charged with attempted murder. Teichrieb will appear in court on Thursday.

Family of Simpson have been told by doctors that he is brain dead. Kamloops RCMP Cpl. Jodi Shelkie said the incident occurred at about 4:50 a.m. when a resident looked out his window and saw a male standing in his driveway. He went outside to confront the unwanted visitor and assaulted the man with a weapon.

Kristopher Teichrieb
Jessie Simpson, who graduated from South Kamloops secondary this year, was coming home from a grad party before the violent incident. He is described as small, standing about 5-foot-6, with a slight build.

Jesse Simpson was chased down Holt Street and suffered three open skull fractures.

Kristopher Teichrieb

Saturday, April 29, 2017

Sydney model and socialite Kirsty Dayment jailed for drug trafficking

Sydney socialite and model Kirsty Dayment will spend at least three years in prison after she was busted supplying cocaine and MDMA. The 35-year-old pleaded guilty to supplying cocaine and MDMA with her former boyfriend Nicholas Riganias in 2015.
Dayment and Riganias were arrested in July 2015 following a lengthy police investigation. Police uncovered cocaine and more than 1.3 kilograms of MDMA during a raid.

Dayment played “an active and lead role in the supply of prohibited drugs. She was not acting in a vacuum unaware and ignorant to what was going on.”

Friday, April 28, 2017

Model's boyfriend killed himself after discovering she was a drug smuggler

Father-of-two David Swankie, 29, believed he had found the girl of his dreams in Sarah Riches when they met two years ago. But just six months into their romance the mechanical engineer was devastated when Riches, 26, was busted by police after she helped a crimelord smuggle large quantities of cocaine from Mexico into the UK.

When Riches went to jail for seven years, her boyfriend was left to pay her household bills and deal with her old gangland associates who began harassing him.
He lost his job, lost weight and began drinking heavily. Just a month after Riches went to prison, Mr Swankie texted his mother saying: "I love you all very much - but I will see people in another life." He was found hanged at his home the following day.

Police and said the drugs Riches helped smuggle into the UK were concealed in computer hard drives, which had the internal components removed. Ringleader, Paul Law, 36, arranged for the cocaine to be imported via online courier companies and used his car valeting company called 'P&D Auto Clean' as a 'charade' for money laundering and cocaine production by the group. Law was jailed for 14 years after he was convicted of conspiracy to supply cocaine and cocaine importation.

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Michigan bill aims to make it illegal for undercover cops to have sex with prostitutes

Michigan police would not legally be able to have sex with prostitutes anymore during undercover investigations under a bill advancing in the state Legislature.

Lawmakers say Michigan is the last state with a law allowing officers immunity from prosecution. The Senate unanimously approved the legislation.

Monday, April 24, 2017

More charges in pursuit, naked escape attempt

When Steven McMahon decided to make a run for it and escaped police custody from the hospital room he was in and headed across the field to the nearby Walmart, law enforcement was at a loss for any clothing description to give to searchers ... because McMahon didn't have any.

Facing multiple felonies, McMahan slipped out the room and ran from the facility. With two officers in hot pursuit, the suspect sprinted across a field and bolted into the nearby Walmart store ... exposing himself to workers and shoppers, including several children. He was apprehended moments later in the jewelry department. McMahan is being held in the Washington County Jail on a $125,000 bond.

Saturday, April 22, 2017

Flirty model smuggling cocaine fails to charm border officers

Federal border patrol officers thought Anett Pikula seemed “overly talkative” when she was stopped at an Arizona crossing in 2015. “Flirtation was what was going on” spokesman Garrett Reinhart said.

Suspicious officers sent the curvy 39-year-old for a second look, and a drug-sniffing dog quickly keyed in on a secret compartment at the engine firewall. Investigators opened up the Mercedes and found 6 kilos of cocaine
Pikula, who was born in Mexico, had just been granted U.S. citizenship in April and lives in a Phoenix suburb. The divorced brunette is an audacious world-traveler, posting seductive shots on social media from exotic locales across the globe, including Dubai, Amsterdam and Brazil.

Customs officers seized the drugs and Mercedes.