A 35-year-old Phoenix man who was accused of killing his mother and stepfather is now being held on suspicion of seven additional killings, announced the Phoenix Police Department on Thursday. Cleophus Cooksey Jr. is accused of murdering nine Arizona residents in a three-week period between Thanksgiving and Christmas of 2017. Police haven’t ruled out the possibility of additional victims, reported AZCentral.com.
The white sorority girl who posted a racist video wherein she repeated the word “n****r” has been expelled by both the University of Alabama as well as the Alpha Phi organization. Harley Barber, a 19-year-old New Jersey native, identified herself in the video as being a member of the Alpha Phi sorority chapter the Tuscaloosa college. After school officials were made aware of the video, they conducted an investigation, reported AL.com..
A New Jersey man was arrested and now faces multiple charges in connection to the death of a 23-year-old woman who was left to drown in an icy river. On Sunday, Jacob T. Garrett, 24, was reportedly driving at a high speed in Burlington City when he hit a parked minivan, crashed through a barrier, and plunged into the Delaware River. Although he was able to escape the scene, Garrett left passenger Stephanie White in the car.
Can we stop attacking Trump for things that won't change (like his McDonald's habits) and focus on his policies. His doctor today said he's in good condition, and although I don't want to believe it, I'm tired of living in a world where I think everyone is lying to me.
@NYCMayorsOffice what are you planning to do about the constant disruptions in MTA service? Hour + long rides for 20 min commutes is unacceptable. Other major cities around the world have smooth running commuter trains. Why can’t we?
@raesanni Nah. I believe Angelica's dismissal of the babies, the need to come off as a grownup and the constant spoiling by her parents resulted in chasm of her ability to identify as a baby herself, just as I'm sure Jonbenet had in terms of identifying as both child and matured woman
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