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Missing Person Ringling Bros. Circus Acrobat Still Missing

Atlanta police say they have not located Wei Cao, the 25-year-old acrobat reported missing from the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus.

Julia Peters, spokeswoman for circus producers Feld Entertainment, said Friday morning that Cao had been located, although Atlanta police spokeswoman Kim Jones said then she could not confirm that statement.


Police said late Friday afternoon that Cao is still considering a missing person and that the circus had been misinformed regarding her location when the news release was sent out earlier in the day.

The circus performed at Philips Arena earlier this month and has shows scheduled through Sunday at the Gwinnett Arena.

Cao, a Chinese citizen, is due to leave metro Atlanta with the circus on Sunday. She was last seen around 9 a.m. Monday.

Anyone with information on Cao’s whereabouts is asked to call the Atlanta police Adult Missing Person Squad at 404-546-4235

Wei Cao, 25, was reported missing on Monday. photo

Wrongful Death Penngrove, CA Woman Killed

Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office investigators Friday evening said they have located a car belonging to a Penngrove woman who was found dead in her home Thursday morning but no arrests have been made.

Investigators have been searching for red, two-door Lexus since shortly after Olga Mary Dinelli, 84, was found dead in a chair in her home in the 900 block of Rose Avenue around 11:50 a.m. on Thursday.


She was found after a caller reported seeing a person in the home and blood inside, Sgt. Cecile Focha said.

The house was in complete disarray, leading investigators to suspect a homicide occurred, and Dinelli’s 1995 Lexus SC400 was missing from the property, Focha said.

Dinelli lived in the house with her brother Larry for the past several decades, Focha said. Her brother was not home when the homicide occurred and he has been informed of his sister’s death. He is not considered a suspect or person of interest.

The case remains an active and open investigation and no one is in custody associated with the vehicle or crime.

Anyone with information about the case is asked to call the investigation’s tip line at (707) 565-2185. Callers may remain anonymous.

Private Detective: Lexington Police Searching For Armed Robbery Suspects

Lexington Police are looking for a man in connection to an armed robbery.

Police say Darnell Thomas Jr., along with another man, entered Tobacco Zone on North Broadway around 7 p.m. Friday. Police say one of the men had a handgun and demanded money from the clerk.

During the armed robbery, police say the employee and one of the suspects began struggling over a gun and multiple shots were fired inside the store. Police say it’s possible that one of the suspects was wounded when shots were fired.


The two men were able to leave the store with cash.

Lexington Police have obtained an arrest warrant for Thomas. He is facing a charge of robbery. Anyone with any information on the crime, is asked to call police.

Wrongful Death Louisville Sports Reporter Charged In Fatal Hit And Run

A sports reporter at a Louisville TV station has been charged for leaving the scene of a crash that killed a woman last month. Jeff Woods faces a felony charge of failing to stop and render aid.

Back on January 23rd, police say Woods was driving a WHAS news car when he and a few other drivers ran over Fontaine Jeffery. She was on her way home from the nearby Louisville Marriott Downtown Hotel.


Police say the first driver who hit Jeffery stopped to help and is not being charged.

The reporter could spend five years in prison if convicted.

Private Detective: Murder Suspect Tried to Have Co-Defendant Killed

A Louisville grand jury hits a murder suspect with some serious new charges.

James Mallory has been indicted for allegedly trying to have one of his co-defendants killed. The indictment says Mallory tried to get someone to kill Anthony Hogan back in November.


They’re both accused of killing a 15-year-old boy almost 2 years ago. Hogan is expected to testify against Mallory once the murder trial gets underway

Police say Mallory, Hogan and another man murdered Gregory Holt, in retaliation to Holt’s mother trying to kill Mallory the day before.

Mallory will be arraigned on the new charges Monday.

Wrongful Death Man Pleads Guilty to Manslaughter Charges in Motorcycle Accident

Anthony Raymond has pleaded guilty to manslaughter and an unrelated meth charge.

Police say that in May, on US 25, 71 year old Randolph Scott was riding his motorcycle when Raymond pulled out in front of him. After the crash, deputies say that Raymond fled to the woods and later Scott died of his injuries.


Raymond’s recommended sentence is 10 years.

Accident Reconstruction Man Killed in Pulaski County Crash

A three car crash killed one man in Pulaski County. It happened Friday afternoon on East Kentucky 80, a few miles outside of Somerset.

The sheriff’s department says 26-year-old Bryan Brewer was going east when his Oldsmobile crossed the center line and side swiped the SUV going the other way. Brewers car then went into the path of a pick up truck.


Brewer was pronounced dead at the scene.

Another driver was taken to UK and is expected to be ok.

Insurance Fraud Rochester, NY Woman Convicted After Arson

A Rochester woman has been convicted of insurance fraud and falsifying business records after an arson fire in 2012.

Christina Ann McClarty-Murray, age 36, faces seven years in prison.


Prosecutors say McClarty-Murray and her husband Terrell Murray, age 35, filed a fraudulent insurance claim for a fire set by an arsonist on Jefferson Road. Her husband has previously been convicted. The arsonist who has set the fire has not been identified.

Anyone with information is asked to call the ATF hotline at 585-987-2100.

Identity Theft Man Posed As Mail Carrier to Steal Identities

The discovery of a cloned Colorado license plate led El Paso County Sheriff’s Office deputies to a man they say used a postal worker’s uniform to steal mail.

Jesse D. Williams was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of unlawful possession with intent, two counts of identity theft and first-degree criminal trespass.


The Sheriff’s Office says Williams created a fictitious license plate by filing an old one down and using stencils to copy a valid plate number onto the metal. The fake plate, copied from a 2014 black Dodge Challenger, was put on a stolen 2014 gray Dodge Challenger.

The car was reported stolen from an Enterprise Rent-A-Car in Englewood.

Deputies got a tip about the stolen vehicle and found it in the parking lot of the Village Inn on Garden of the Gods Road. Williams allegedly gave a false name and date of birth and showed a fake ID when he was arrested, according to the Sheriff’s Office.

The stolen car contained evidence of making the fake license plates as well as a postal worker’s uniform and evidence he had been involved with identity theft cases in the Quail Lake Loop area, the Sheriff’s Office said. The Crime Reduction Unit alleges he posed as a postal employee to steal mail and people’s identities.

Williams is being held without bond. The unit is working with the U.S. Postal Service, the Colorado Springs Police Department and Denver law enforcement to find possible additional victims.

Fraud Investigation Two Prescott, AZ Men Arrested for Credit Card Fraud

The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office said on Friday that two men are in custody after they stole credit cards and made hundreds of dollars in charges.

A Sheriff’s Office statement said Dominic Croslin, 22, and Mykel Stevens, 23, entered an unlocked truck in southwest Prescott and stole a wallet containing credit cards, cash and a Medicare ID on Jan. 27. From there, deputies said the two used the victim’s cards and spent close to $800 at Walmart and a local restaurant.

After requesting help to find the thieves, Yavapai County deputies were contacted by officers from the Yavapai Tribal Police Department, who recognized the pair from surveillance photos and suspect information from a similar case, the sheriff’s statement said.

Deputies said they used the information on Tuesday to identify and arrest Croslin, who admitted knowing about the burglary and the purchases, before giving up Stevens as his accomplice, according to the statement.

Stevens gave himself up to his parole officer Friday afternoon and was arrested shortly afterwards, a spokesman for the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office said.

Croslin and Stevens were booked into jail on suspicion of theft, forgery, identity theft, fraudulent use of a credit card and burglary.


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