Posts Tagged ‘parking lot’

Reward for Applebee’s manager is shot dead in car after a night shift

Monday, June 8th, 2015

Gregory Smith, 27, (pictured) was found dead inside his red BMW in the restaurant’s parking lot on Sunday morning by his concerned girlfriend in Fayetteville, Georgia, after she went looking for him.

An Applebee’s manager was shot dead in his car on Sunday after locking up the restaurant in the early hours at the end of a night shift.

Gregory Smith, 27, was found inside his red BMW in the restaurant’s parking lot at 6.30am by his concerned girlfriend who had gone to look for him.

Applebee’s is offering a ‘significant’ reward for information leading to the conviction of the suspect who killed the store manager in Fayetteville, Georgia.

Source: Reward for Applebee’s manager is shot dead in car after a night shift

Investigation Continues In Saturday Homicide

Monday, November 10th, 2014


Pine Bluff police are continuing their investigation into the Saturday night shooting death of a 28-year-old man on the north side of the city.

Jefferson County Coroner Chad Kelley identified the victim as Kenneth Wayne Moore Jr., who was found in the parking lot in front of 204 Rhinehart Road after police responded to a report of a shooting and a man down. Moore was pronounced dead at 10:05 p.m., and Kelley listed the apparent cause of death as a gunshot wound to the upper body.

The body was sent Sunday to the State Medical Examiner’s Office at Little Rock for an autopsy.

PBPD spokesman Lt. David Price said no suspects have been identified or arrested in connection with the slaying, which was the 16th of the year in Pine Bluff.

This was the second time this year that there had been a reported shooting in the same area on Rhinehart Road. On Feb. 28, police responded to a incident in the same area. The victim’s wounds in that incident were described by police at the time as non-life threatening.

Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact the detective division at 730-2090 or the dispatch center at 541-5300. All calls will be kept confidential.

Source: PBC

One Dead Afer Shooting in Pine Bluff

Sunday, November 9th, 2014


A man is dead after a shooting Saturday night in Pine Bluff.

The victim has been identified as 28-year-old Kenneth Wayne Moore, Jr. Of Pine Bluff.

Police responded to the shooting call shortly after 9:30.

It happened in a parking lot in the 200 block of Rhinehart Road.

Police found Moore suffering from a gunshot to the upper body.

He was pronounced dead shortly after 10:00 p.m. by the Jefferson County Coroner.

Detectives are still investigating to determine a motive.

No suspects have been named or arrested at this time.


Wednesday, November 5th, 2014



A former Baltimore Ravens cheerleader and the estranged wife of a prominent Maryland energy executive has been arrested and charged in connection with a sexual relationship involving a 15-year-old boy.

Delaware State Police said Wednesday that 47-year-old Molly Shattuck was indicted Monday on two counts of third-degree rape, four counts of unlawful sexual contact and three counts of providing alcohol to minors. She was released on $84,000 bond after a Wednesday arraignment.

Police say a 15-year-old boy reported to having an inappropriate sexual relationship with Shattuck after meeting her on Instagram.

First intimate encounter happened at an AMC Theater where Shattuck and the boy kissed and touched each other sexually. The incident continued in the back seat of Shattock’s Escalade in the parking lot of a middle school.

Police report the relationship culminated with sexual activity at a vacation rental home in Bethany Beach, Delaware, over Labor Day weekend.

Shattuck’s attorney didn’t return a call for comment.

Shattuck gained celebrity status when she became the oldest cheerleader in NFL history at the age of 38. Shattuck is separated from Mayo Shattuck, former CEO of Baltimore-based Constellation Energy Nuclear Group. She has three children of her own, aged 15, 13 and 11.

Three Oklahoma Teens Missing 40 Years, Found At The Bottom Of a Lake

Friday, October 31st, 2014


On Nov. 20, 1970, Jimmy Allen Williams picked up his friends in his new, bright-blue 1969 Camaro. It was a Friday night in Sayre, Okla., a town of fewer than 3,000 people on the old Route 66. He told his family he was heading to a high-school football game in nearby Elk City. The trio was last seen by friends at a bowling alley.

The beginning of the night could have been a John Cougar Mellencamp song. But how it ended was a mystery. The sleek muscle car carrying three teenagers simply vanished. Law enforcement officials stumbled on it last year — four decades later — while testing sonar equipment at Foss Lake, a recreation area about 20 miles on the other side of Elk City, where Williams told his family he was heading.

Last week, DNA testing confirmed suspicions the bodies were those of the missing teens: Williams, 16, Leah Gail Johnson, 18, and Thomas Michael Rios, 18, all of Sayre.

The mud-caked Camaro was submerged in just 12 feet of water, about 50 feet from the end of a boat ramp. It was found alongside a 1950s Chevrolet. Strangely, that car was connected with an earlier but supposedly unrelated missing persons case. It contained the bodies of Cleburn Hammack, 42, John Alva Porter, 69 and Nora Marie Duncan, 58, who disappeared in 1969 after they stopped to ask for help getting their car started. They were all from nearby towns.

The road that dead ends at the ramp intersects another road about 700 feet from the lake’s edge. To some, it seemed unlikely local kids would have turned off the main road and driven across a small parking lot into the lake.

Spouse Fatally Shot At Myst Lounge, One Year Later Our Condolence To Leon Riggs

Friday, May 23rd, 2014


1. No one can prepare you for a loss; it comes like a swift wind. But take comfort in knowing that she is now resting in the arms of our Lord. Our deepest condolences to you and your family.

2. When we lose a loved one here on earth, we gain an angel in heaven that watches over us. May you take comfort in knowing that you have an angel to watch over you now. We at The Heat Magazine extend our most sincere condolences to you.

This is what happen that night.

The man who shot and killed an innocent bystander in a Southfield nightclub learned his fate in court Tuesday.

Deangelo Eady was sentenced to spend 40-60 years in prison for the March 2013 shooting death of Nicole Riggs.

Eady was said to be among several people thrown out of the Myst Ultra Lounge after a fight. He left but later returned and fired shots into the club from the parking lot. One of those bullets struck Riggs.

Her family was in court for the sentencing and heart a tearful apology from Eady, who called the incident an accident.

He pleaded no-contest to second-degree murder.

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Woman Leaves Toddlers in Her Car While at Lil Wayne Show

Wednesday, July 17th, 2013


Most people believe it’s cruel to leave a dog in a car for too long, but one Florida woman seemingly felt it was alright to leave her two children in the car while she went to a concert.

The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s office said Brittany Harris abandoned her 3-year-old and 5-year-old children in her car, while she headed to Cruzan Amphitheatre to see Lil Wayne. An employee at the venue saw the two children alone in the car around 7 p.m., and ended up speaking to them when he saw them again around 9:45 pm. When he found out the children were left unsupervised for all that time, authorities were called and the children were brought to PBSO deputies.

Harris was arrested on two counts of child neglect. The children were allowed to leave the vehicle as well, and were thought to have explored the parking lot populated by about 9,000 people.

Man high on drug, alcohol cocktail attacks CVS employee

Monday, February 25th, 2013


Early Monday morning, Largo Police say a masked man attacked a CVS store employee with a knife while high on drugs and alcohol.

Police say around midnight, the man — later identified as 23-year-old Lorenzo Guerrero — walked into the CVS Pharmacy store, at 4000 East Bay Drive, and stabbed the store employee in an “unprovoked ambush-style attack” who was working just inside the front door.

Guerrero left his car in the parking lot and fled on foot. Officers caught up with him a short time later and arrested him.

The employee was rushed to Bayfront Medical Center with multiple non-life threatening stab wounds.

Largo Police say a further investigation revealed Guerrero was on a dangerous cocktail of cocaine, synthetic drugs, and Four Loko beverages. He could not provide officers any reason for his actions.

Katt Williams And Suge Knight Club Fight

Sunday, December 30th, 2012



Freshly freed Katt Williams had a front row seat last night as good friend Suge Knight got into a CRAZY brawl outside a Hollywood club … that ended with Suge nearly mowing down some people in his SUV … just hours after Katt was released from jail.

It all went down outside the Eden club. When the video (which is understandably shaky) starts, the massive brawl is already in full swing and you can see Suge trying to go after someone while Katt gets away from the action, walking behind a dumpster.

As the camera pans back, you can see Suge on the left side of the frame in a tan long-sleeved shirt. Suge can be seen connecting with some sort of punch, but the actual blow is blocked from view.

The next time we see Katt, he’s making his way to a black SUV while being chased by someone. Katt appears to get in the car before the guy is able to catch up to him.

Suge then gets into a white SUV and guns it, nearly hitting several people on his way out of the parking lot.

Katt and Suge were detained and cited by police a little over a week ago and Katt was just arrested Friday for child endangerment and had only been out of jail for a few hours before the brawl went down.

Women Shot Dead For Shoplifting

Friday, December 14th, 2012


There was a time somewhere between learning that there were pretty things in the world that we didn’t have the funds to afford, and the rude awakening of “oh shit, I can be arrested for this,” that we have all shoplifted something we probably don’t remember today.

Whether it was a piece of candy Mom said no to, or some clothing item we were sure we would die without, I am going to go ahead and say we are all human and make shoplifting mistakes.

But is that means for us to be shot dead?

A 27 year old Shelly Frey, who was shot and killed, in front of her kids, for shoplifting from a Texas WalMart.

According to news reports, which paint the deceased as the aggressor and the armed guard as the hero, when Shelly was confronted at the store’s exit, she hit the off duty police officer with her purse and fled to a waiting car.

The guard then chased them into the parking lot and held their car door open in an attempt to stop them from leaving, but the driver sped off. The guard fired, and the bullet hit Shelly Frey in the neck. She died shortly thereafter, in front of her children.

The story itself was gruesome enough, but what was even more troubling was the commentary that followed on posts about Shelly’s death.