06:50 AM EDT 04/13/2013
Originally posted 01/30/2013 08:30PM
After being arrested following a bar fight in Scottsdale, Ariz., over the weekend, Jason London insists the incident isn't what it seems.
"The details of the events leading up to the incident are still being worked out with the help of many eyewitness testimonies; people who were there with Jason for the duration of the evening and with the recollection Jason does have. We will undoubtedly get to the bottom of the specifics. Neither Jason nor any of the witnesses we have spoken to have any recollection of anything even feeling like it was going south," according to a statement released by London's rep.
The statement claims that "excessive force" was used by the four bouncers during the altercation at the Martini Ranch.
Originally posted 01/29/2013 12:15PM
Criss Angel's puppy has disappeared – and it's not a part of his act.
The magician's new teacup Yorkshire terrier was stolen from a pet store along with three other puppies in a weekend heist, according to the Las Vegas Sun, and Angel has offered a $5,000 reward for their return.
Angel, 45, who stars in Cirque du Soleil's Believe tour at the Luxor Hotel Casino, purchased the pup several days ago from Prince & Princess Puppies & Boutique on South Rainbow Boulevard in Las Vegas and left the dog in the care of the store's owner, Gloria Lee, before leaving Monday on a weeklong vacation to Mexico.
Originally posted 05/17/2012 10:30AM
The pastor and gospel recording artist who gave the eulogy at Whitney Houston's funeral in February was beaten and carjacked in Detroit on Wednesday.
The Rev. Marvin Winans suffered cuts and bruises and had his wallet, a $15,000 Rolex watch and his 2012 Infiniti SUV stolen, according to the Detroit Free Press.
The three or four men who attacked Winans at a gas station in a northwest part of the city likely did not know who he was, police said.
Originally posted 12/16/2011 09:30AM
Colton Harris-Moore, the "Barefoot Bandit" whose two-year crime spree included stealing airplanes and committing a number of thefts in several states, is expected to plead guilty to state charges Friday, including burglary, the Associated Press reports.
Friday's court appearance corresponds to crimes committed in various counties around Washington state. In June, Harris-Moore, 20, pleaded guilty to seven federal charges. He is scheduled to be sentenced for those charges in early 2012 and will serve his state and federal sentences concurrently.
Prosecutors are pressing for a nine-and-a-half-year prison sentence, according to the AP, but Harris-Moore's attorneys are hoping information about his troubled childhood will lead to a lesser sentence.
Originally posted 05/16/2010 01:00PM
Former Food Network chef Juan-Carlos Cruz has gone from cooking to central booking.
Santa Monica police arrested Cruz, 48, on May 13 for solicitation to commit murder after uncovering a scheme in which he allegedly approached homeless men and asked them to kill someone.
According to reports, at least one of the men allegedly contacted by Cruz informed police of the plot. Law enforcement immediately launched a week-long undercover operation and arrested Cruz on Thursday at a local dog park.
Cruz's intended target – whose identity has yet to be revealed – has been notified of the plot, police said. Authorities have also yet to indicate a motive.
Originally posted 01/27/2010 08:40AM
Susan Boyle returned to her home in Scotland to find something she didn't expect – an intruder, police have confirmed to PEOPLE.
The singer was entering her house in Blackburn, West Lothian, late Tuesday when the unexpected guest ran out past her.
A police statement said Wednesday, "Lothian and Borders Police were called to an address in Blackburn at around 9:50 p.m. yesterday following reports of a disturbance. A man was detained in connection with the incident and released without charge pending further inquiries."
Boyle's rep also said Wednesday: "Last night, Susan returned home with a friend and found an intruder in her house. She was shocked but unharmed."
Originally posted 10/24/2009 05:45PM
By all appearances Rachel Lee, Diana Tamayo and Nicholas Prugo were typical teenagers, living in and around the affluent community of Calabasas, Calif., which is home to many Hollywood stars.
But according to authorities and sources, these teens and their circle of friends had a darker side – having launched into a year-long crime spree that targeted celebrities including Lindsay Lohan, Paris Hilton, Audrina Patridge and Orlando Bloom in which thousands of dollars of designer clothes, jewelry, bags and other luxury items were taken.
All fingers point to 19-year-old Lee as the alleged ringleader, who had an apparent fascination with Hollywood fashion. In a sting operation Thursday, Lee, Tamayo, 19, Courtney Ames, 18, Alexis Neiers, 18, and Roy Lopez, Jr., 27, were all arrested in connection to the crimes. Nicholas Prugo, 18, was arrested last month and has been formally accused of the Lohan and Patridge burglaries. The gang allegedly located the addresses of celebrities using Hollywood star maps and the Internet, and calculated when the stars wouldn't be home based on their appearance schedules, a source close to the case tells PEOPLE.
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