Former Dekalb County sergeant sentenced to prison for creating fake credit card lab

A Georgia man was convicted and sentenced to prison for creating a fake credit card and ID laboratory. Claude Goines, 35, is a former DeKalb County sergeant who operated the carding lab, which provided him the tools he needed to manufacture fraudulent credit cards and driver’s licenses. Goines just so happened to be placed there […]

Daycare worker convicted of kidnapping, raping 5-year-old girl

A former daycare worker in Philadelphia was found guilty of impersonating a woman, kidnapping her daughter and raping the child. According to reports by  WLS-TV, Christina Regusters, 21, went through extreme measures to kidnap and abuse a 5-year-old child. Regusters wore a Muslim veil to impersonate that child’s mother and picked her up from Bryant […]

Wesley Snipes is released from prison

It’s been three years and actor Wesley Snipes, 50, can trade in his orange jumpsuit. Convicted for federal tax evasion, he was found guilty of avoiding paying as much as $15 million for his earning from 1999 to 2001. Snipes’ lawyers argued that his tax advisers, Douglas P. Rosile and Eddie Ray Kahn, who were […]

What Happened in Choreographer Shane Sparks’ Child Molestation Case?

Shane Sparks of America’s Best Dance Crew and So You Think You Can Dance was in the news a couple of years back (’09) for being arrested on charges of felony child molestation. The award-winning choreographer allegedly performed a lewd act and oral copulation on a person under the age of 16. At the time, […]

Ex-Con Jonathan Huntley Snitches on Self

After serving a seven year stretch for armed robbery and breaking and entering, Jonathan Huntley was released on November 25, 2010. The 25-year-old convicted felon decided re-branding of his newly freed personae was needed and commenced a marketing campaign. The only problem was his only marketable skill was robbing and stealing. But, no loss – everything […]