Archive for August, 2017

Comments Off on Methamphetamine-using mother, Brandy Jaynes, 36, of Toquerville, starved, locked her own 12-year-old son in feces-covered ‘torture chamber’ for years

A mother in southern Utah, who admitted to starving her son while locking him in a feces-covered bathroom, was sentenced up to 45 years in prison on Monday.  Brandy Jaynes, 36, pleaded guilty to causing her son extreme malnutrition, emotional and mental delays, and protracted use of limbs, The Spectrum reports. She was ordered to serve three […]

Comments Off on Michelle Martens Offered Sex With 10-Year-Old Daughter If She Could Watch

A New Mexico mother reportedly allowed men to rape her 10-year-old daughter, who was ultimately found dead, in exchange for the opportunity to watch it happen.  Michelle Martens was arrested after the death of her daughter Victoria, who was killed after being raped by her boyfriend Fabian Gonzales. Martens’ version of the incident that unfolded […]

Comments Off on Cindy Carrillo, 27, Agustin Zamora-Vega, 30, Orlando Alcantara, 33, Santos Minjarez, 26, and Jose Luis Gonzalez-Solis, 28, Charged in Scheme to Smuggle 1,300 Pounds of Methamphetamine from Long Island Hidden in PENIS-SHAPED Candles

Five alleged members of a Mexican cartel have been arrested, accused of conspiring to ship designer drugs hidden in wax candles to a New Jersey warehouse, law enforcement sources familiar with the investigation tell NBC 4 New York.  The candles used to conceal the drugs were shaped like sex organs, the sources said. In total, […]

Comments Off on Cindy Riggins, 49, of West Jordan, reportedly offers undercover officer Methamphetamine, money to kill father of her children

A West Jordan woman was arrested Wednesday for reportedly conspiring to have the father of her two children killed. Cindy Riggins, 49, was reported to the Provo Police Department by a person claiming Riggins was sending Facebook messages to a mutual friend about killing the father of her two children, according to the police report. […]

Comments Off on Mother on Methamphetamine, Tomalynn E. Johnson, 32, of McIntyre, charged with murder after her newborn baby boy dies

A woman with methamphetamine in her system was charged with murder after her newborn died. Tomalynn E. Johnson, 32, of McIntyre gave birth July 31 to a boy who tested positive for methamphetamine and opiates at Oconee Regional Hospital in Milledgeville, Baldwin County Deputy Coroner Ken Garland said. Nursing staff contacted the Division of Family […]

Comments Off on Christina Sue Kinder, 43, and Joseph Michael Kot Sr., 38, of DuBois, found passed out in cars with over 60 grams of Methamphetamine

REYNOLDSVILLE — State police arrested two DuBois residents after they were seen passed out in their vehicles at a storage unit facility. When searched, police say they found 68 grams of meth and multiple items of drug paraphernalia. According to the affidavit of probable cause, state police were dispatched to the Wayne Road storage units […]

Prostitution industry spreads in North Korea

Posted: 31st August 2017 by Doc in Uncategorized
Comments Off on Prostitution industry spreads in North Korea

According to sources inside North Korea, more women are getting involved in the sex trade industry in regions of North Korea with floating populations, such as North Pyongan Province’s Sinuiju City. “Women in their twenties can be seen in front of the Kapmun Hotel in Sinuiju, soliciting customers,” said North Pyongan Province-based source in a […]

Comments Off on Joaquin Archivaldo Guzmán Loera, El Chapo’s Girlfriend, Lucero Guadalupe Sanchez Lopez, 28, Pleads Innocent in D.C. Federal Court

By: Carlos Alvarez, Aug 29, 2017 In a US Federal Court appearance in Washington, D.C. that lasted only 16 minutes Lucero Guadalupe Sanchez Lopez pled innocent to the charges of drug trafficking imposed upon her. Judge Michael Harvey accepted the petition to keep her in custody and scheduled another appearance with Judge Robin Meriweather on […]

Comments Off on Elizabeth Dawn Little, 44, of Lindale, Chases John Henry Duncan, 44, with Rock, Found with Methamphetamine, Stolen Items

A couple of Lindale residents, Elizabeth Dawn Little, 44, and John Henry Duncan, 44, were arrested this week after reports said that Little chased Duncan down the road while throwing rocks at him. A subsequent search of a camper at a home on Davis Street led police to find suspected methamphetamine. Police said that they […]

Comments Off on Sergio Peregrina, 62, Caught Driving 100 MPH with 40 Pounds of Methamphetamine in Indio

INDIO – Early on Friday morning officers with the Indio Police Department spotted a 2016 Toyota Camry speeding at over 100 mph eastbound on Interstate 10. The officers soon thereafter executed an enforcement stop of the vehicle and discovered that 62-year-old Sergio Peregrina was driving on a suspended license. In addition, he was carrying a stolen loaded […]

Comments Off on Methamphetamine cripples Polk County courts as Attorney General steps in to assist

When it comes to slaying the dragon that is methamphetamine, newly elected District Attorney Jeff Kemp is battling through an unprecedented statistic for Polk County, and perhaps for the State of Wisconsin. Methamphetamine-related charges now comprise a staggering 36 percent of Polk County’s felony caseload. As of mid-August, that’s 120 meth-specific cases that have been […]

Comments Off on Witnesses describe sudden, unprovoked but Methamphetamine-fueled killing of Antonia Herrera, 23, of San Marcos

The ride from Las Vegas to San Marcos had been peaceful on Jan. 11 just before dawn. No fights, no tension. No reason for gunfire. But as Antonia Herrera cuddled with her boyfriend Xiance Loera in the backseat, the man seated in front of them racked the slide of a semi-automatic handgun, turned around and opened fire […]

Comments Off on State and federal agents disrupt Methamphetamine pipeline from Mexico to Denver and Wyoming – Caitlin Linde, Ivan Gorzalka, Troy Thompson and Tony “T” Apodaca arrested

State and federal agents dismantled a drug pipeline that had operated from Mexico to Denver and Wyoming since 2007 in which dealers allegedly carried drugs and loot in Harley Davidson saddlebags. On Monday, the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Denver filed a federal lawsuit to confiscate a 2004 Harley Davidson Road King and a 2012 Harley Davidson Street Glide from […]

Comments Off on Sahul Hamid M. Mohd Ibrahim, 49, gets 16 years and caning for Methamphetamine possession in Singapore

GEORGE TOWN: A lorry driver was sentenced to 16 years in jail and 10 strokes of the rotan by a High Court here for possessing 36.95gm of methamphetamine. Sahul Hamid M. Mohd Ibrahim, 49, initially appeared relieved when the court acquitted him of the first charge of trafficking 696.15gm of heroin and monoacetylmorphine in Jalan Lintang […]

Comments Off on Margery Ann Dayrider, 33, of Great Falls, reports bad Methamphetamine to police

A 33-year-old Great Falls woman reportedly called 9-1-1 to say that, in her experience, methamphetamine should not be inducing the effects the methamphetamine she had just ingested was currently inducing. “I do meth three times a day every day and have never had this reaction before,” Margery Ann Dayrider told the police officer who arrived at […]

Comments Off on Hallucinating man high on Methamphetamine, George Bellamore, 33, of Lehigh Township, threatened to blow up neighbor’s house

A Lehigh Township man tried ramming a large cooking grill through the front door of his neighbor’s house, threatening to “blow the place up,” according to police. George Bellamore, 33, initially walked into the neighbor’s home in the 1100 block of East Stateside Drive as the female resident was getting ready to leave for work about 3 […]

Comments Off on Three women arrested with over 175 pounds of Methamphetamine following drug busts at the Highway 86 checkpoint in Niland over the weekend

NILAND, Calif. – Three women were arrested following three separate drug smuggling busts at the Highway 86 checkpoint over the weekend. The first incident occurred on Friday night when a 37-year-old woman driving a 2008 Saturn Outlook was referred to secondary inspection upon arriving at the checkpoint. During the inspection, a Border Patrol detection canine team […]

Comments Off on Eustorgio Leal, 62, and Juan Rodriguez Jr., 21, both from Texas, arrested after Methamphetamine found hidden in fire extinguisher in Nashville

NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) – Metro police have arrested two men and seized 12 pounds of crystal meth following a month-long investigation into meth distribution in Nashville.   Detectives say 62-year-old Eustorgio Leal and 21-year-old Juan Rodriguez Jr., both of Texas, traveled to Nashville and were planning to sell the meth. The two were arrested in an […]

Comments Off on Woman lands in jail in Crestview after crime spree, escape attempt

CRESTVIEW — A woman was arrested after a crime spree that included stealing merchandise from two separate stores, attempting to climb out of a police car and requesting her meth pipe be brought with her to jail. According to an arrest report from the Crestview Police Department, on Aug. 20 an officer responded to a […]

Comments Off on Methamphetamine has absolutely gripped Winnipeg

Meth has “gripped the city,” according to Winnipeg police. After another in a long line of methamphetamine-related arrests, Constable Jay Murray spoke Sunday about the increase of the drug on city streets, calling it the worst he’s ever seen. “I would say the majority of property crime in this city is related to the methamphetamine subculture,” […]

Comments Off on Wandoo Reintegration Facility in Murdoch to be turned into Women’s Methamphetamine prison

A jail that has been hailed a success in preparing male inmates for release into the community will be turned into the State Government’s first drug rehabilitation prison, as promised before the March election. But the decision appears to counter the view of the Inspector of Custodial Services Neil Morgan, who in January praised Wandoo […]

Comments Off on New US Travel Warning Includes 15 Municipalities in Sinaloa

Translated by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from Riodoce Additional Material: Whnt Aug 24, 2017 The United States Department of State has recommended not to travel to 15 of Sinaloa’s 18 municipalities, because of the risk of “activities of criminal organizations in those areas. The shootings between rival criminal organizations or with Mexican authorities have taken place in streets […]

Comments Off on Acapulco: Mexico’s Murder Capital as Democracy Dies in Darkness

Posted by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from Wapo Aug 24, 2017 Republished in Proceso Coroners remove a body from ColoniaBarranca de la Laja The decapitated and dismembered corpse was buried beneath a floor Acapulco, Gro, Mexico: From the crescent bay and swaying palms, the taxi drivers of Acapulco need just 10 minutes to reach this other, plundered […]

Comments Off on Two mothers, Tiffany Height, 23, and Raquel Nicolosi, 24, accused in Jones County of using Methamphetamine while pregnant

JONES COUNTY, MS (WDAM) – Two Jones County women charged in separate child abuses cases appeared in court Friday morning.  According to the Jones County Sheriff’s Department Facebook page, 23-year-old Tiffany Height and 24-year-old Raquel Nicolosi are accused of using methamphetamine while pregnant. Both were taken into custody on August 23 and both admitted to using methamphetamine […]

Comments Off on Jeremy W. Thomas, 32, of Gillette, pleads guilty to giving Methamphetamine to teen in Wyoming

GILLETTE, Wyo. (AP) – A 32-year-old Wyoming man has pleaded no contest to a charge that he provided methamphetamine to a 16-year-old and then watched him smoke it. Jeremy W. Thomas of Gillette entered the plea this past week to a charge of distributing a narcotic to a person under 18. The Gillette News Record […]