The big dummy award goes to three Sonic-In employees in Taylor Texas. Tanisha Dancer, 30, Jonathan Roberson, 35, and Jose Molina, 22 were arrested after a family found an Ecstasy pill in their 4-year old son’s kid meal. Authorities booked Tanisha Dancer on an outstanding warrant and found three more pills on her when she was arrested. Roberson was arrested for having four outstanding warrants for theft by check, driving with an invalid license, failure to appear in court and bond forfeiture. Molina was arrested for possession of marijuana. Sonic corporate representatives said Dancer has been fired. To read more about this story click here.
Tyler Perry said “oh well” and decided to let the cat out the bag about his generous gift. The Madea creator paid off all the layaway items at two Georgia Walmart locations. The items at 844 Cleveland Ave. in East Point and 7001 Concourse Parkway in Dougasville totaled over $430,000 dollars. Tyler Perry made the announcement on social media.
I was trying to do this anonymously but oh well!!! pic.twitter.com/T0dhRHyU66
— Tyler Perry (@tylerperry) December 6, 2018
UNITED NATIONS, United States, Dec 4 – More than 150 women and girls have come forward in the past 12 days to seek help in South Sudan after they were raped or suffered other forms of sexual violence, the heads of three UN agencies said Monday. Continue reading
Authorities in Los Angeles have arrested up to 10 men in connection to a string of burglaries in their area. According to reports, the crew targeted celebrities homes such as Matt Damon, LeBron James and Rihanna. The men who ages range from 18-25 years old have been charged with felony burglary, home invasion and gang conspiracy. To read more about this story click here.