A soldier stationed overseas watched in horror as his pregnant wife was stabbed in her home while the two chatted on video.
Rachel Poole, 31, was rushed to the hospital in critical condition after a man who was allegedly hiding in the home stabbed her multiple times in Texas on Wednesday. Poole was nine months pregnant at the time. Police say Corey Bernard Moss stabbed Poole from behind with a stainless steel knife, according to KFOX.
During the attack, her husband, Justin Pele Poole, an American soldier stationed thousands of miles away in Asia, saw the attack unfold as the two talked over FaceTime, according to ABC15.
Poole was still in critical condition when her baby, Isabella, was born. Doctors performed a successful cesarean section, her stepfather, Gary Jones, told ABCNews.com. The baby is listed in good condition.
Police Det. Mike Baranyay told CNN that the woman recognized her attacker and repeatedly screamed his name to her husband.
Poole managed to call authorities. A short time later, the suspect, 19-year-old Corey Bernard Moss, was located by Fort Bliss Military Police and turned over to El Paso police. Detectives said the suspect was inside Poole’s house before she came home.
December 8, 2013
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Prosecutors Allege Utah Dr. Martin MacNeill Poisoned Wife With Medication So He Could Be With Mistress
December 8, 2013
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A Utah man accused of poisoning his wife will fight murder charges by claiming he was not home where his spouse swallowed a deadly cocktail, according to court documents reported by the Salt Lake Tribune.
Prosecutors allege that Martin MacNeill, 57, killed his wife Michelle MacNeill, 50, in 2007, so he could maintain a relationship with his supposed mistress, Gypsy Wills, WCSC reported.
His trial for murder and obstruction of justice began today. One of the first witnesses called was Michelle MacNeill’s surgeon, who testified that he prescribed higher than normal levels of painkiller Percocet and anxiety medication Valium as part of the treatment for her 2007 facelift, the Salt Lake Tribune reported.
Surgeon Scott Thompson testified Thursday that he upped the dosage in April 2007 because Martin MacNeill told him his wife had a low threshold for pain.
December 3, 2013
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A 3-year-old Iowa girl died from injuries allegedly sustained when her daycare provider threw her to the ground for not removing her coat, police claim.
According to court documents obtained by KTIV, Rochelle Sapp called Autumn Elgersma’s mother Oct. 29 and told her that her daughter had injured her head in a fall. Sapp, who runs a daycare out of her Orange City home, said that that the 3-year-old had fallen down some stairs.
Two days later, Elgersma died in Sioux Falls, S.D., children’s hospital while receiving treatment for a skull fracture and brain swelling, according to court documents reviewed by KDLT. Doctors said the injuries were inconsistent with a child falling on a staircase.
Police allege that Sapp, 33 admitted to throwing the girl to the ground when they re-interviewed the caretaker on Thursday about Autumn’s suspicious injuries, KDLT reported.
November 27, 2013
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November 27, 2013
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A South Carolina girl kidnapped by her mother when she was just 10 months old has been found alive in Australia, 19 years after she went missing..
Savanna Harris Todd, now 20 and living under the name Samantha Geldenhuys, appeared at her mother’s side in court Wednesday, holding a sign that said, “We love you, Mom,” according to the Australian.
Todd was living a “safe, healthy and otherwise living a normal life” in Queensland, U.S. Attorney Bill Nettles said in a statement announcing the development Thursday.
Todd’s mother, Dorothy Lee Barnett, was charged with international parental kidnapping and two counts of false statements in a passport application after being captured on November 4 following a joint investigation by Australian federal police and the FBI.
A South Carolina court handed custody of Todd over to her father after determining that Barnett had bipolar disorder. But rather than give her child up, Barnett fled South Carolina in 1994 and spent the next two decades living under several aliases in South Africa, New Zealand, and finally, Australia.
November 27, 2013
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A federal appeals court in Missouri has upheld the execution of white supremacist serial killer Joseph Paul Franklin, restoring the state’s plans to kill Franklin just hours after the execution was blocked.
The 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled early Wednesday that Missouri could proceed with Franklin’s execution. The order came just hours after a lower court blocked the execution and claimed the state’s disputed protocol for administering lethal injection must be resolved.
The latest ruling means that only the U.S. Supreme Court can intervene and stop the execution.
November 21, 2013
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What began as a game of trivia last summer at Two Rivers Steak and Fish House in Pasadena ended with a Severna Park man trying to kill his mother.
Nicholas Perrin, 28, of the 200 block of Evergreen Road, pleaded guilty last week in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court to first-degree assault for the violent attack on his mother, Joy, in July. His sentencing is scheduled for Jan. 15.
Perrin told police he wanted to kill his mother and himself that night after his mom said she wanted to leave the trivia game early, according to charging documents. There had been an argument over the answer to a question just prior to the attack, charging documents state.
Perrin had long felt ill-will toward his mother, he told police. After losing his job that week, Perrin told investigators he felt he had nothing to stop him from killing her. He was suffering from depression at the time.
November 21, 2013
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A newlywed accused of pushing her husband off a cliff when she had second thoughts about her marriage may have blindfolded him before the fatal act, prosecutors say.
The new theory suggests that Jordan Linn Graham pre-meditated the alleged murder of Cody Lee Johnson, her husband of eight days.
Defense attorneys for Graham, 22, claim that the state has provided no evidence of a blindfold, according to court documents obtained by CNN. Prosecutors are awaiting DNA test results on a piece of cloth discovered in the vicinity of Johnson’s body, the Missoulian reports.
The blindfold theory flies in the face of Graham’s claim that her husband’s death was an accident. As a result, Graham and her attorneys want her scheduled December trial postponed, claiming that they are unprepared to offer a proper defense. Graham previously pleaded not guilty to murder charges.
November 15, 2013
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A family determined to save their kidnapped relative tracked her down to an abandoned Louisiana house, saving her life and killing her captor after she went missing for almost three full days, according to multiple sources.
Bethany Arceneaux, 29, was allegedly abducted Wednesday afternoon in Lafayette by her ex-boyfriend Scott Thomas, also 29, and the father to her 2-year-old son, The Daily Advertiser first reports.
A witness to the abduction, Derrimetrie Robinson, said she saw Arceneaux honking her car horn for help in a parking lot as Thomas forced his way into her car and attacked her. When Robinson rushed to the scene, Arceneaux begged the woman to take her son, according to the Advertiser.
Robinson managed to grab the 2-year-old boy during the struggle, as Thomas shoved Arceneaux into his car and sped away, she said.
Rescued By Family Members Who Killed Her Captor: Cops
November 15, 2013
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As a young boy, David Amaya was told that his mother abandoned him in Mexico and fled for the United States.
The truth is that Kathy Amaya has been looking for David for more than 30 years. She told KNSD this week that David — now 37 — is back in the country after her estranged husband abducted him and took him to Mexico when he was a young child.
“I went to file a report, and they were saying they couldn’t do anything because he was in Mexico,” Kathy told WEAU.
She said she never gave up the search and hopes to finally be able to see him in person — as a man.
She explained that her ex picked up little David from her sister in Chicago and never returned. Decades later, she got an unlikely call.
“The border patrol in San Diego called me and told me that they had someone detained that was crossing the border and he said his name was David Amaya,” she told WEAU.