Infamous WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Arrested in London

SUSPECT: Julian Assange

CHARGES: Conspiracy to crack a password to obtain classified documents


THE DETAILS: WikiLeaks has remained in the spotlight after sparking an international debate over whether publishing a government’s confidential information is considered free speech or not. The website has remained notorious since publishing hordes of data like Sarah Palin’s emails, John Podesta’s emails and other information.


Julian Assange, the website’s founder, has avoided arrest by seeking asylum and remaining in an embassy for safety. After spending years locked in an Ecuadorian embassy, Assange’s asylum status was finally revoked. Immediately, Assange was taken into police custody. It’s very likely he will be extradited to the United States to face criminal charges for urging Chelsea Manning to hack into a government computer.


Suspect Arrested After Boy Falls from Minnesota’s Mall of America Balcony


SUSPECT: Emmanuel Deshawn Aranda

CHARGES: Attempted Homicide


THE DETAILS: The public is outraged after a 24-year-old man reportedly shoved a five-year-old child off of the third-floor area at the Mall of America. The youngster was seriously injured after the fall, and he was rushed to a local hospital. The suspect, on the other hand, fled the area. Shortly later, police identified and arrested Emmanuel Deshawn Aranda. He is being charged with attempted homicide.


25-Year-Old Arrested in Connection to Body Found in Vegas Desert


SUSPECT: Antonio Yanez

CHARGES: Murder, Kidnapping, Robbery, Traffic violations


THE DETAILS: Last month on March 15th, a citizen called Las Vegas Metropolitan Police. The person notified them about a deceased body that was found in a Las Vegas valley. When authorities arrived, they determined that the victim had been out in the desert for multiple days before being discovered. Now, they’ve apprehended the suspect they believe is behind this crime. So far, few details have been released by the police.


Suspect Arrested After Springfield Officer Shot Twice


SUSPECT: Kenneth Jose Hernandez

CHARGES: Assault with a dangerous weapon, assault with intent to murder with a firearm, carrying a firearm without a license, malicious damage


THE DETAILS: Edwin Irizarry and a second police officer were both working at Club Aquarius early on Sunday morning. He was informed about a fight outside the building. Just before 2 A.M., Edwin found himself in the middle of a shootout. He was struck by a bullet in his left arm and elbow. Another bystander was also injured. Both were rushed to a nearby hospital for treatment. Hernandez was apprehended at the scene along with a second suspect. A third suspect is still being tracked down.


Driver Attempts to Evade FL Police in Ferrari


SUSPECT: Gabriel Molina

CHARGES: Fleeing and eluding police


THE DETAILS: According to police, a 29-year-old man from Miami was arrested over the weekend for recklessly driving his Ferrari in the Florida Keys. According to Sargent Robert Dash, the suspect was initially seen driving at about 75 mph. When the officer turned on his lights and siren, the suspect accelerated up to 100 mph. Initially, the suspect was able to evade the officer, but he eventually caught up to the Ferrari when the suspect stopped at a gas station. The suspect was traveling with a female passenger, but she was not taken into custody.


Olive Garden Patron Arrested for Eating Pasta While Intoxicated


SUSPECT: Ben Padgett

CHARGES: Disorderly intoxication, Resisting an officer without violence


THE DETAILS: Customers at an Olive Garden in Florida became concerned when one man’s method of eating pasta baffled them. The suspect was reportedly sitting outside of the restaurant on Sunday and shoving pasta into his mouth with his bare hands. As if this wasn’t strange enough, the man began to mutter to himself and beg other customers for change. An employee eventually confronted him, and the shirtless patron threatened to beat up the employee. The police were called, and the suspect was arrested. While being transported to jail, the suspect reportedly smashed his head into the back of the patrol car until his head began bleeding. This landed him an additional charge of resisting an officer. The police were also forced to take the suspect to the hospital to treat his forehead before proceeding with the booking.