A Victorian mum says her baby let out a "massive scream" like nothing she had ever heard, while in the presence of his dad who is accused of killing the infant. Scott Hammond is charged with murder and child homicide over the 2011 death of his three-month-old son Braxton. Nakita Cook told a committal hearing at Geelong Magistrates Court on Monday she had never seen Hammond hurt the boy but believed he may have "done something".
An English language teacher who told police that he had been upskirting since 2009 and didn't know how to stop it has been jailed. Ricardo Herrera admitted filming up the skirts of thousands of women and girls for seven years despite knowing it was wrong. His dark secret only came to light when staff at a large retail store became suspicious and contacted police, after he visited three days in a row in August last year.
An English language teacher who admitted filming up the skirts of thousands of Melbourne women and girls for seven years has been jailed.Ricardo Herrera’s dark secret only came undone when staff at a large retail store became suspicious and contacted police, after he visited three days in a row in August, 2016.The County Court heard Herrera, 37, had followed female staff around the store and carried a bag with an iPhone attached to an empty shoe box, filming under their skirts when they were...
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