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New Orleans Woman Allegedly Caught On Tape Having Sex With A 3-Year-Old And A Dog

Investigators in a Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office said a 3-year-old and a dog were caught on tape being sexually abused. NOLA reported the person who may be responsible for the acts of violence is 26-year-old Angeline Lodice, she’s currently in police custody.

Earlier this week, reports said Lodice was arrested after video and photos were turned over to authorities. In those images the woman was allegedly engaging in sex acts with the toddler and she allegedly had intercourse with a dog.

It is unclear how the suspect knows the child and the dog, but WGNO said the father of the child was contacted by a relative of the Lodice who knew what went on. Lodice reportedly said it was definitely her in the videos, this is what she told police, but she also said she was “drugged at the time and did not know who the child was.

Currently Lodice is facing charges of aggravated rape of a victim under the age of 13, pornography involving juveniles and crimes against nature and sexual battery, reports NOLA.

She is being housed at the Jefferson Parish Correctional Center and held without bail. If convicted, she faces life in prison.

According to the Daily Mail, Lodice, who also goes by Angel Lodice on Twitter, is a tattoo artist.

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Ebola Worries Prompt Limits on Maine Nurse

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Theft

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Incident Report for Case #2014-358348

Incident Type

Theft

Incident Date

10/31/2014 – 7:10 AM

Address

5200 block Maher Ave.

Arrested

Male, age 16

Details


 A 16-year-old car thief was arrested by the MPD following a crash and a lengthy foot chase this morning. It all started when the suspect jumped into a car on Maher Ave. shortly after 7:00 a.m. The owner had started the vehicle and was letting it warm up at the time it was stolen. Officers spotted the car near Winnebago St. and First St. As they were pursuing the suspect, he crashed the car into a couple of parked vehicles in the 2100 block of Bashford Ave. The teen then took off on foot. Officers tracked him down and took him into custody.  

Released 10/31/2014 at 11:35 AM by PIO Joel Despain

Captured Ambush Suspect Eric Frein Appears Charged With Murder

Captured Ambush Suspect Eric Frein Appears Charged With Murder
NBCNews.com
The takedown of one of the FBI’s most wanted fugitives didn’t come through a tip or a sighting but a routine sweep of an abandoned airport hangar, police said Friday morning following his arraignment on murder charges. Since the Sept. 12 ambush at a
Eric Frein Arraigned On Murder Charges wnep.com
Pennsylvania Ambush Suspect Eric Frein Charged With Murder Wall Street Journal
Accused Trooper Shooter Eric Frein Charged With Murder, Related Offenses NBC 10 Philadelphia
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Cop Killer Fugitive, Eric Frein, Captured After 7 Weeks On The Run

Suspected cop killer Eric Frein is finally in police custody today, seven weeks to the day after the shooting death of Pennsylvania State Police officers Byron Dickson and Alex T. Douglass. U.S. Marshals captured Frein on Thursday evening at an abandoned airport near Tannersville, Pennsylvania. The manhunt at one point had included over 1,000 officers. Frein had even been added to the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted list, where his picture now reads “CAPTURED”.

While conducting a routine sweep through the woods, police reportedly surprised 31-year-old Frein in a field near the airport. He was not armed when police found him, and surrendered without incident. As authorities had been preparing for a shootout, many were grateful for a peaceful apprehension. When authorities searched the area, they found a hiding spot with items that included a sniper rifle consistent with the casings that were found during the initial shooting investigation. Officers believe that Frein was able to feed himself by hiding in local empty cabins and eating food he found there.

The motive for Frein’s attack seven weeks ago is not entirely clear. However, police have indicated that Frein’s writings included a hatred for law enforcement. State Police Commissioner Frank Noonan stated that authorities were concerned that if Frein resurfaced, other law enforcement officers’ lives could have been in danger.

Frein was taken in Dickson’s vehicle to the very barracks he had attacked weeks ago, shackled in the Dickson’s handcuffs. Overnight, he was moved to the Pike County Correctional Facility. Frein has been charged with first-degree murder, attempted murder, criminal homicide of a law enforcement officer, and possession of weapons of mass destruction. District Attorney Raymond Tonkin stated that he plans on seeking the death penalty.

For the residents of the Tannersville area, it is a release of a collectively held breath. Children who had been kept indoors even for recess were facing the prospect of cancelled Halloween festivities. However, now that Frein is in custody, we suspect there will be much revelling in the area as the children enjoy that candy tonight.

CNN brings us this update:

Read more:
Life in northeast Pa. resumes as search ends for trooper killing suspect Frein (CNN)
Eric Frein Shackled With Slain Trooper’s Handcuffs After Capture (ABC News)
Eric Frein: US police killer suspect found after manhunt (BBC News)

Washington State Voters Weigh In On Two Contradictory Gun Control Initiatives

Washington State Voters Weigh In On Two Contradictory Gun Control Initiatives
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Initiative 594 would require universal background checks for gun sales, whether online, at a gun show or trade. Initiative 591 says no such changes would be made at a state level until Congress votes for the country to adopt universal gun control. Gun
More deaths in Seattle as Washington voters weigh dueling gun laws Los Angeles Times
Anti-gun billionaire: ‘We need more school shootings’ WND.com
NRA Ducks Gun Fight Out West Daily Beast
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