A high school English teacher in Pittsburgh is recovering from head injuries after being attacked by a student and the whole ordeal was caught on tape.
53-year-old James Addlespurger was walking through an alley near the school he taught English when he was attacked by a student with no apparent provocation. Its not clear if the student attended the school where Addlespurger teaches. Police are asking for the public’s help to identify one of the 7 teens seen walking in the alley during the attack.
Parents are outraged after video footage from the Kiddie City daycare in Vicksburg, Mississippi shows a 9-year-old boy kicking,punching, and even biting toddlers right under the nose of daycare workers. One father went so far as to strike a child who he thought was responsible for the attacks. He was arrested for simple assault
The boy’s Aunt went on camera to talk about her nephew and informed reporters that the child has behavior problems and is currently on medication. She went on to say that he is a normal child. It is not clear what the medicine is or why he is taking medication.
From the video footage you can see the boy attack several kids and none of the workers notice. One daycare worker was arrested for contributing to the neglect of a minor. The boy and his mother were interviewed but no word on whether the boy will be arrested.
An Indian man who has been accused of child abuse was attacked on camera by the victim’s family.
The man, who has not been arrested, is shown on tape being repeatedly slapped by what we have been told is the victim’s family members. No word on when the alleged attack occurred or if the man will face charges.
A metro Atlanta teen is recovering after she was hit in the face with a glass bowl during a fight at a Walmart nail salon.
Ashley Corbett was waiting to have her nails done at Regal Nails inside a Walmart store in Gwinett County. An irate customer came into the salon complaining about prices. Then a fight ensued and Corbett was struck in the face with a glass bowl used to soak fingernails. The bowl shattered most of her front teeth and left a two inch gash on her chin. Now her mother wants the attackers brought to justice.
Cell phone footage of the attack was given to police and shows multiple women were involved in the fracas. Police are currently trying to identify the culprits responsible for Corbett’s injuries.
A passenger aboard an L.A. county transit bus recorded video of a Sheriff’s deputy punching a woman after the woman exchanged words with the deputy.
Passenger Jermaine Green says the woman boarded the bus with a stroller full of pillows. She was very polite and even spoke to everyone. Green says two deputies boarded the bus at the next stop and asked the woman to get off. Green began recording the incident with his cell phone and the video clearly shows words were exchanged and the male deputy proceeds to punch the woman in the face. The deputy then approached Green and asked him to hand over the cell phone. Green refused.
Four teenage pranksters learned the hard way its not nice or very safe to pull a prank on two grumpy old golfers.
The pranksters, whose names have not be released, thought it would be funny to interrupt a golf game using an air horn.
The teens hid in the woods on property not owned by the golf course and sounded the air horn while two golfers teed off on the ninth hole. That is when the two golfers, identified as 71-year-old Ronald Richardson and Donald Nieto also 71-years-old, made their way over to the teens and confronted them. When the pair were unable to get to the teens they attempted to steal one of the teens’ jacket that was laying on ground near the fence that separated the golf course and the woods. When the owner of the jacket went to retrieve it, he was repeatedly hit by the two golfers using poles used to retrieve golf balls.
After one of the boys’ father found out about the incident he went to the golf course to complain and requested that the sheriff be called. The two men were questioned and taken into custody on charges of child abuse.
Cameras were rolling when two Albuquerque officers were caught severely beating a suspect who appeared to be subdued.
The video shows an officer tackling the suspect and attempting to handcuff the suspect. Moments later the officer’s partner comes to assist and begins to kick the suspect repeatedly. From the video it does not appear the suspect is putting up a fight but merely trying to protect himself from the attack. Finally after several knee drops from the second officer, the first officer cuffs the suspect.
No word on if any charges have been filed against either officer.