When Will the Ice Cream Licking Trend Stop?

SUSPECT: D’Adrien Anderson

CHARGES: Criminal mischief


THE DETAILS: According to authorities, yet another person has been arrested for picking up a carton of ice cream, licking it and then placing it back on the shelf. The whole incident was caught on camera both by Walmart’s security camera and by a bystander who uploaded the video online. Thankfully, Walmart was quick to identify the problem. The ice cream was removed from the shelf before anyone purchased it. A warrant for the suspect’s arrest was issued after he was identified by police. On Thursday, he turned himself over to authorities. In response, Walmart warned people who are thinking of committing similar acts and explained that it’s not just a joke but a serious crime.


Dozens Charged and Implicated in Widespread Email Scheme

SUSPECTS: Over 91 suspects. 14 arrests, 80 charged. Leaders have been identified as Valentine Iro and Chukwudi Christogunus Igbokwe

CHARGES: Fraud, Money Laundering


THE DETAILS: Move over Prince of Nigeria scams because there’s a new email scam sheriff in town. Authorities have successfully implicated over 91 suspects in a widespread scam that defrauded victims out of at least $6 million. The scammers attempted to funnel over $40 million from victims, but the exact amount they got remains unclear. The ringleaders, Valentine Iro and Chukwudi Christogunus Igbokwe, have both been identified as citizens of Nigeria. Their co-conspirators in America, though, made their schemes possible by opening bank accounts, receiving funds and using money-service accounts. Now, charges are coming down on everyone that was a part of the scam.


NFL Star Barry Bennett’s Son Arrested After Parent’s Murder

SUSPECT: Dylan John Bennett

CHARGES: Second degree murder


THE DETAILS: Authorities in Minnesota discovered the bodies of 63-year-old ex-NFL star Barry Bennett and his wife Carol Bennet. The two had been shot down in their home. According to authorities, cops found Dylan Bennett’s car at the scene of the crime. There were weapons and ammunition inside the vehicle. Police began searching for Dylan, and that’s when they realized Carol’s credit cards were still active. They found Dylan was attempting to purchase a plane ticket to Cancun, Mexico. On Saturday, authorities tracked down the suspect in Mexico, and he was apprehended.


Suspect Arrested After Vandalizing Elementary School

SUSPECT: Liam Eggleton

CHARGES: Vandalism, breaking and entering


THE DETAILS: A 20-year-old man from Mount Lookout is accused of breaking into an elementary school and vandalizing it with graffiti. Initial reports suggest that the responding officer took the graffiti very seriously. He was unsure about what the symbols meant, but it was later revealed that they were anarchy symbols. As a result of the grown man’s actions, the entire first floor of the elementary school has been damaged. The school, Kilgour, has children from kindergarten to sixth grade. It remains unclear what drove the man to vandalize the school.


Police Get Involved After 5-Year-Old Brings Cocaine to School

SUSPECTS: Angelica Stanley and Ellis Cousin

CHARGES: Possession of a schedule II narcotic with the intent to distribute, possession of drug paraphernalia, cruelty to a minor and possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute


THE DETAILS: A kindergarten teacher in Louisiana was shocked when a five-year-old student pulled out three bags of cocaine during school. The teacher sprung into action and called the school resource officer. It became apparent that the youngster had no idea what the substance was or why it was in his backpack. Police visited the boy’s home where more cocaine and marijuana were found. The boy’s mother and father have both been arrested and charged after it was discovered that they’d often hide and store the drugs in the young boy’s clothing.


State Police Lieutenant in Louisiana Arrested by Fellow Officers After DUI and Assault

SUSPECT: Sheldon Perkins

CHARGES: DWI and assaulting a fellow officer


THE DETAILS: At around 1:30 A.M., a Louisiana State Police officer noticed a Ford F-150 speeding down the road. The officer put on his lights and initiated a stop. That’s when he realized the suspect driving the vehicle was a fellow officer: Sheldon Perkins. Perkins was reportedly traveling 85 mph in a 55-mph zone. The state trooper could also smell alcohol on the driver’s breath. The Lieutenant was subject to a field sobriety test, which he failed. When the trooper went to arrest his fellow officer, Perkins began resisting. The trooper had to resort to using a stun gun to take him down. Now, Perkins has been arrested, charged and placed on administrative leave. The whole ordeal is under investigation.