Crime Louisville suspects arrested after meeting on dating app leads to violent home invasion and robbery Police say year-old Kimberly Hinkel met a man on a dating website, and she visited his apartment on S. Tuesday, October 18th , 4: Wednesday, October 19th , WDRB — Louisville Metro Police have arrested four suspects after a meeting on a dating app led to a violent home invasion robbery. Tuesday waiting for a woman who he says he had just met on Tinder. Surveillance video shows Yancey-Watters sitting on the steps outside of his building as two men seem to be scoping out the area. As the budding couple heads into the building and up to his apartment, the two men follow. An arrest report alleges that year-old Tinder date, Kimberly Hinkel, actually helped orchestrate the attack and robbery. The victim says he was hit several times in the face with a handgun then forced into a closet. While Yancey-Watters was in the closet, Jackson and Heaton-Shelton are accused of stealing electronic devices, keys, and cash, as well as a backpack to store the stolen goods.
Two counts of Robbery- deadly weapon or firearm. One count of principal to Robbery- deadly weapon or firearm. Once there, they robbed and battered the victims at gun point.
Police said they are looking for a third man, seen in the video above, in connection with a Bronx robbery scheme that started online. The victims first connected with Nessa Love on a dating site.
Suspect indicted on capital murder charge in February robbery, shooting of Odenville man Updated on August 2, at Jefferson County Jail A Birmingham man has been indicted on a capital murder charge in the February shooting death of an Odenville man who whose body was found inside an abandoned home. The Jefferson County grand jury issued the indictment against year-old Anthony Fairley on July 28, according to newly-released court records.
He is charged in the Feb. Charging documents state that Miller was shot and killed during a robbery. The year-old Miller’s body was discovered when a Birmingham police detective received a tip around 9 p. At the scene, officers found Miller on the floor.
Suspect indicted on capital murder charge in February robbery, shooting of Odenville man
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Feb 25, · Police were on the hunt Sunday for one of the men they say used a social media dating web site to entice unsuspecting men to a location in the Bronx before robbing them.
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Dates arranged through Grindr app end with armed robbery, police say
Share on Messenger Close The convicted men sent messages of love and ‘overblown affection’ to their victims, before starting to ask them for money. The victims were duped after they responded to a false profile of an “attractive middle-aged man” on the match. Once the relationship had developed with the fake man, normally called James Richards, the conspirators started requesting cash.
The man had earlier set up a date with a woman named “Kristen” on the dating website Plenty of Fish.
Shearing the Rams , , National Gallery of Victoria Roberts painted a considerable number of fine oil landscapes and portraits, some painted at artist camps with his friend McCubbin. The Big Picture, a depiction of the first sitting of the Parliament of Australia, was an enormous work, notable for the event depicted as well as the quality of Roberts’ work. Shearing the Rams was based on a visit to a sheep station at Brocklesby in southern New South Wales , depicted the wool industry that had been Australia’s first export industry and a staple of rural life.
When it was first exhibited, there were immediately calls for the painting to enter a public gallery, with a Melbourne correspondent for the Sydney press stating, “if our national gallery trustees were in the least patriotic, they would purchase it. However, since the wool industry was Australia’s greatest export industry at the time, it was a theme with which many Australian people could identiy.
In this painting, as one modern reviewer has said, Roberts put his formal art training to work, translating “the classical statuary into the brawny workers of the shearing shed”. Many of Roberts’ paintings were landscapes or ideas done on small canvases that he did very quickly, such as his show at the famous 9 by 5 Impression Exhibition in Melbourne, “9 by 5” referring to the size in inches of the cigar box lids on which most of the paintings were done.
Roberts had more works on display in this exhibition than anyone else. In Roberts met Conder in Sydney and they painted together at Coogee beach. It was determined by experts to be a genuine Roberts, dating from his student years in London. Roberts’ granddaughter considered it a self-portrait. If so, it would make it his oldest surviving self-portrait.
Larger text size Very large text size A foiled armed robbery has led to a litany of charges being laid against three men over a series of incidents dating back more than a month. The men were arrested after their alleged attempt at an armed robbery on a Cooloongup tavern was thwarted by staff, who tackled the men and restrained them while police were called.
Charges laid related to incidents including home burglaries dating back to August. File photo Police allege the three men entered the Ennis Avenue tavern about 10pm on Monday, armed with a handgun and hammer and demanding to be taken to the back office to get cash.
Six people in the past five weeks have been robbed as they arrived to meet people they met on a dating website, Boston police said. The victims have been lured by phony online profiles and agreed.
Tweet Taylor Swift is the queen of firing shots and hiding her hand after the damage is done. She’s been going back and forth with Katy Perry for years, popping off, then retreating back to her fortress of innocence. I made that bitch famous. I don’t like your little games Don’t like your tilted stage The role you made me play Of the fool, no, I don’t like you The “tilted stage” line feels like a direct connection to Kanye’s Saint Pablo Tour setup.
I don’t like your perfect crime How you laugh when you lie You said the gun was mine Isn’t cool, no, I don’t like you While singing this part in the video, Swift poses in a bathtub, covered in diamonds. It didn’t take long before viewers started connecting the dots. The robbers reportedly held a gun to Kim’s head, gagged her, and placed her in a bathtub. Is Taylor throwing shade to Kim K’s robbery where her jewelry was stolen with the bathtub scene? Wasn’t she put in the tub tied up?
I hope someone doesn’t do the same with her recent sexual harassment VMAs — Red Moon Valeryus84Sol August 28, i wonder if the “old taylor” would make fun of kim’s robbery with a jewel filled bathtub visual like the “new taylor” just did in that video.
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Email This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated. Michael Barksdale Police arrested year-old Michael Barksdale for robbery, using a firearm in the commission of a felony and wearing a mask in public. Court records say the woman told authorities they went out several times and was watching WTKR when she saw the suspect.
Barksdale told News 3 from jail he did not rob any gas station and said he has been wrongly accused of the crime.
A man was robbed at gunpoint after he met up with a woman he met on an online dating site.
Dating app meetup led to armed robbery in N. Charleston By March 27, at 1: Jai Aaron Ferguson, 44, entered a hotel room at the Candlewood Suites in the block of Northwoods Boulevard on Tuesday and robbed a victim at knifepoint, according to the incident report. The victim had previously agreed to meet a woman using the online dating app “Meetme” at the hotel. The two had been talking for a few days when the victim invited her to his hotel room and consented to allow the woman to bring a friend.
The trio arrived at the hotel at 3 a.