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11 Mar, 2019

Arrested after smashing fan’s phone


McGregor is arrested after he allegedly smashes a fan’s phone outside a nightclub in Miami Beach. The fan, who has not been named, was trying to take photos of McGregor as he was leaving the Fontainebleau Miami Beach hotel, home to the LIV nightclub, just after 5am, when McGregor allegedly ‘slapped’ the phone out of the out of his hand and stomped on it several times, then picked it up and walked away with it. The fighter is facing charges of misdemeanor criminal mischief and strong-armed robbery.

30 Jan, 2017

Two suspects arrested


Quebec City Police arrest one suspect at the mosque and another is apprehended after a chase that ends near l’île d’Orléans around 15 miles from the scene.

31 Aug, 2016

Arrested after standoff


Brown is arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon after a daylong standoff at his home in the Tarzana neighborhood in Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley. The police were called after a 3am 911 call from a woman, who said he Brown threatened her with a weapon. Brown denied any wrongdoing in posts on Instagram before he was taken into custody in the afternoon. Police:

Mr Chris Brown will be transported to robbery/homicide division where he will be booked for assault with a deadly weapon.

29 Jan, 2016


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Blac Chyna mugshotChyna is arrested before her flight takes off at a Texas airport, bound for London. Police respond to a call of a woman whom appeared to be heavily intoxicated. Charges include: possession of a controlled substance and public intoxication.

26 Jan, 2016

Shoots woman in theater


Gallion is arrested after he shoots Mallari in the back during a showing of 13 Hours. His attorney claims that Gallion was so concerned about the threat of mass shootings in cinemas that he defied the theater’s ban on concealed weapons and carried a handgun into the theater, and that the weapon accidentally discharged during the movie.

25 Jan, 2016



North Korea arrests Warmbier, a student at the University of Virginia, on charges of “committing a hostile act“ against the state. Warmbier entered North Korea through China as part of a tourist group through Young Pioneer Tours, a tourism company. The U. S. is working through the Swedish Embassy in Pyongyang to resolve the incident, as the U. S. and North Korea have no direct diplomatic relations. The U. S. State Department strongly advises U. S. citizens against travel to North Korea.

17 Jan, 2016



Police in Richmond, VA, arrest Farrokh as he attempts to leave the US for Syria. Police also arrest Elhassan who allegedly drove Farrokh to Richmond. Both men are from Woodbridge, VA. Farrokh is charged with attempting to provide material support and resources to a terrorist organization. He is alleged to have been attempting to join ISIS upon arrival in Syria. He was caught through an FBI informant.

13 Jan, 2016



Saudi Arabia detains Badawi along with her two year old daughter. Saudi authorities deny that Badawi has been arrested, but do say that she is being questioned at a police station. Amnesty International calls for her immediate release. The Raif Badawi Foundation, says that Badawi is charged with running the Twitter account of her ex-husband, another activist serving a 15 year sentence. Human Rights Watch:

The detention of Samar Badawi shows once again Saudi Arabia’s determination to silence those with the courage to speak out for human rights and reform.


10 Jan, 2016

Murder suspects arrested


Turkey arrests three suspects in Jerf’s murder. The trio have been remanded into custody by a judge in the city of Gaziantep and await trial there.

14 Nov, 2015

Three arrests in Belgium


Belgian police arrest several suspects in the Molenbeek neighbourhood of Brussels on Saturday during raids connected to the Paris attacks, including one who was in the French capital at the time of the attacks. One of the vehicles used in Friday’s attacks in the French capital was registered in Belgium and hired by a French national living in Belgium. Prime Minister Michel:

A case has immediately been opened linked to suspect vehicles in Paris, to check people linked to those vehicles. There have been several arrests.

11 Nov, 2015

Agents arrested for cocaine smuggling


Three TSA officers are arrested for smuggling cocaine through San Francisco International Airport. They were bribed to turn their heads while drug traffickers had cocaine in their carry on luggage, but did not know that the “drug trafficking” was actually part of an undercover operation by the DEA. The officers are charged with conspiring to defraud the TSA by obstructing a lawful government function, which warrants up to five years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000. They are also charged with conspiring to distribute and possess with intent to distribute more than five kilograms of cocaine, which has a minimum of ten years in prison and a maximum life sentence, along with a fine of up to ten million dollars.

7 Nov, 2015

Officers arrested

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The Louisiana State police arrest Greenhouse and Stafford for their involvement in Mardis’ killing and charge them with second degree murder and attempted second degree murder. Police say 18 rounds had been fired by two different guns. Police:

We took some of the body cam footage. I’m not gonna talk about it, but I’m gonna tell you this. It is the most disturbing thing I’ve seen and I will leave it at that…As a father, much less the head of the State Police, [it was] extremely disturbing, and it is partly why we’re here tonight with these charges…Let’s make tonight about Jeremy Mardis. That little boy was buckled in the front seat of that vehicle, and that is how he died…Justice has been done tonight, but the investigation is far from over.

14 Oct, 2015

Woman takes clothes off, trashes store


A 35-year-old Anchorage woman is arrested for taking her clothes off and trashing an East Anchorage Subway store. Nikki Abrell went into the store and locked herself in the bathroom for two hours and refused to come out. When she emerges she is naked, and begins to break the furniture, pull down ceiling tiles and throw food, tables and chairs around the restaurant. Customer:

When I pulled up, I saw a bunch of the Subway workers outside and I thought they were taking a smoke break. But when I looked inside there was a naked woman literally tearing the place apart…I thought there was a fire in the restaurant because it looked smoky in there but it turns out she had just set off a fire extinguisher inside. I really didn’t want to get anywhere near her. She was smearing feces all over stuff.

Abrell is being charged with third-degree criminal mischief, harassment and resisting arrest.

8 Oct, 2015

Public intoxication arrest


Shia LeBeouf mugshot AustinLaBeouf is arrested in Austin for misdemeanor public intoxication. Witnesses say LeBeouf and a woman are denied entry to a bar because they are too intoxicated. LeBoeuf becomes verbally abusive and tries to force himself into the bar, but is stopped. He then runs down the street and jaywalks in front of police. They warn him to stop, but he continues to act bizarrely and is arrested. He is taken to the Travis County Jail.

7 Oct, 2015

Arrested after mac-n-cheese commotion


Gatti, a University of Connecticut freshman, is arrested after he argues with a food service worker when denied service for carrying an open container of alcohol in the campus student union. He uses a gay slur against the manager and repeatedly demands:

Just give me some (expletive) bacon-jalapeno mac and cheese.

After shoving the the manager Gatti is tackled, subdued and arrested, charged with breach of the peace and criminal trespass.


Generally speaking, any UConn student found to have violated the provisions of the Student Code may face penalties imposed by the Division of Student Affairs that range from probation to expulsion.

22 Sep, 2015

Formally arrested


Phan-Gillis is formally arrested, after being held for six months accused of stealing state secrets. He husband said he decided to go public about her circumstances ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to the U.S. Her family deny the allegations. The US government has not commented. China’s Foreign Ministry confirms Phan-Gillis is under investigation.

Mrs Phan-Gillis is suspected of carrying out activities endangering national security, and is currently being investigated by relevant departments. We hope that the outside world will respect China’s handling of this case according to law.

17 Sep, 2015



Mexico’s authorities arrest Astudillo, a gang leader who they say is the leader of a drug cartel and who is a key figure in the disappearance of 43 students last year in a town in one of the country’s states. He is alleged to have given the orders to abduct and kill the students because he thought they were members of a rival gang. After having the students murdered, Astudillo then had the bodies disposed of by burning them at a rubbish dump outside the city. There have so far been 111 arrests over the disappearances. International experts have disputed the government’s accounts of what happened and have said its investigation was deeply flawed.

15 Sep, 2015



Mohamed is arrested after taking a homemade clock to school. The clock — a circuit board with a power supply wired to a digital display — is confiscated during English class because the alarm kept beeping.

She was like, it looks like a bomb. It doesn’t look like a bomb to me.

He is taken out of class by the principal and questioned by five police officers who demand to know his intentions and why he brought the device into school.

They were like, ‘So you tried to make a bomb? I told them no, I was trying to make a clock. He said, ‘It looks like a movie bomb to me’.

They take him to a juvenile detention center. He is suspended from school and may still face charges of making a hoax bomb. Mohamed’s father, who emigrated from Sudan:

He just wants to invent good things for mankind. But because his name is Mohamed and because of Sept. 11, I think my son got mistreated.