Consider the case closed.
The Beverly Hills Police Department has been putting in quite some time since Whitney Houston’s death on February 11 and have officially ended their investigation today, exactly two months later.
The BHPD have decided that there was NO foul play involved in
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Hey! Cops get hungry, too!!
An investigation was underway at a police department in Texas when food was suspiciously going missing from the break room fridge!
Turns out, it was one of their own OFFICERS who was stealing the food!
Check out the video (above)!!
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Although Sean Young has been known to drink too much and get herself into trouble at Award ceremonies, she has come forward to claim that her latest arrest outside of the Governor's Ball - after which she got physical with a security guard when she didn't have a ticket to attend - was by no fault of her own!
The troubled actress took to Facebook with the following message:
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It's been a while, but Kobe Bryant is in legal trouble again.
The Los Angeles Laker player allegedly ripped a cell phone out of a man's hand at the St. Theresa of Carmel Church in San Diego last month.
Kobe claims the man was trying to take his picture, but that is no excuse for battery. The San Diego police department referred the case to the city's attorney, but think it would be best filed as a misdemeanor battery.
If convicted, Kobe faces a maximum of 6 months in jail!
Seems like a lot for knocking a cell phone on the ground, but he's gotta control that temper. He is, after all, Kobe Bryant. Is it really that shocking that someone would try to take a picture of him?
[Image via WENN.]
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Wonder if this one will get the Law & Order treatment now that we're only down to Special Victims Unit!
In light of Facebook,
MySpace, and Twitter essentially taking over the lives of everyone ever, the NYPD will reportedly be launching a new juvenile justice department, focusing exclusively on tracking criminal activity using the websites, which will be known as the ‘Social Media Unit.'
Assistant Commissioner Kevin O'Connor will be in charge, due to his prior success providing critical information on a number of shooting cases linked to a Manhatten North gang unit by linking it to members who boasted about their crimes via Facebook!
Other cases solved by the usage of this technology include:
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