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‘They Are Going to Arrest Me:’ Suspect Sent Accidental Text to Cop Investigating His Girlfriend’s Death

A Florida man faces murder charges for allegedly sending two text messages meant for his wife to the lead detective investigating his girlfriend’s Jan. 30 fatal shooting that indicated he was nervous his arrest was imminent.

“I think they are going to arrest me” reads the first alleged text from David Romig, 52. Police allege Romig murdered live-in girlfriend Sally Kaufmann-Ruff, 64, and staged his Dunnellon home to make it look like an intruder had entered.

The second text allegedly sent by Romig was an abbreviated version of the first.

Kaufmann-Ruff was killed on Jan. 30; officers found her unresponsive with a single gunshot wound to the right side of her head.

Romig has not yet entered pleas to the murder, tampering with evidence and false reporting of a crime charges he faces. Information on his lawyer wasn’t immediately available.

The statement alleges Romig told investigators he was present during the incident, even allegedly directing deputies

Read more at: http://people.com/crime/man-accidentally-texted-cop-investigating-girlfriend-death/

PEOPLE Explains: Texas Teen Dies Months After Going Missing and Reuniting with Family

 

Last November, Heaven Ray Cox sparked a nationwide search when she vanished from her Mauriceville, Texas, home.

The mystery surrounding her disappearance became clearer when her mother said she believed her 15-year-old daughter had a secret relationship with a much older man from California she met on Snapchat — and had apparently run off with him.

Five days later, Heaven was found safe in Louisiana and returned home.

Now, Heaven is dead, her mother announced on Facebook, though her family has not said how she died.

Here are five things to know about Heaven’s tragic story:

1. Heaven Went Missing From Her Texas Home in November

On Nov. 25, Heaven ran away from home, leaving a note on her bed telling her parents she was heading to California. She didn’t say why.

Read more at: http://people.com/crime/heaven-ray-cox-texas-teen-missing-died-people-explains/

‘American Vandal’ Creators on ‘Love’ of True Crime Docs and Going Beyond Dick Jokes

With the launch of “American Vandal” on Netflix in September, the dicks that sprang from the minds of series creators Dan Perrault and Tony Yacenda were on the lips of America for weeks.

The eight-episode mockumentary series explores the aftermath of an act of vandalism at a California high school in which penises were spray-painted on over two dozen faculty cars. The blame eventually falls on senior Dylan Maxwell (Jimmy Tatro), who is promptly expelled and faces felony charges for the crime. But a fellow student and aspiring documentarian decides to give the evidence another look, discovering deep — and often hilarious — secrets that shake the school to its core.

What might have been written off as a one-note punchline — “Who drew the dicks?” — proved detractors wrong. The show — produced by Funny or Die, 3 Arts Entertainment, and CBS Television Studios — not

Read more at: http://variety.com/2018/tv/news/american-vandal-creators-tony-yacenda-dan-perrault-1202646830/

New Netflix Documentary Rotten Is Going To Be Our 2018 Favourite

There is nothing better than snuggling up if your brand new festive pyjamas, grabbing one of the many Terry’s Chocolate Oranges you received this Christmas and binge watching Netflix documentaries, right?

Loads of new films and series have been added to the subscription service this winter as Netflix knows exactly what we’re all going to be up to in these weird few days after Christmas and New Year.

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And if you are looking for a brand new documentary to waste hours of your life watching, Rotten might be right up your street.

According to Lovin Manchester, the series is getting a lot of attention, and by the sounds of it, is well worth the watch.

You can watch the trailer for the show here, but a word of warning, it’s pretty eye-opening…

Credit: Netflix/Rotten

It is a six-part series, and will focus on the global food industry – something a

Read more at: http://www.pretty52.com/entertaining/tv-and-film-new-netflix-documentary-rotten-is-going-to-be-our-2018-favourite-20171228

Ex-Priest Gets Life for Murdering Beauty Queen Found Dead Days After Going to Confession

A former priest accused of killing a Texas beauty queen in 1960 was convicted of murder on Thursday, according to multiple news outlets. On Friday, he was reportedly sentenced to life in prison for his crime.

John Feit, 85, was emotionless as he learned jurors had reached a guilty verdict after deliberating for more than six hours, according to the Associated Press and the San Antonio Express-News.

Relatives of the victim, Irene Garza, who was 25 when she was murdered in McAllen, Texas, hugged each other after the verdict was read, the Express-News reports.

Feit, of Scottsdale, Arizona, was convicted of killing Garza more than 57 years ago when he was a 27-year-old visiting priest. He chose to have the jury decide on his punishment, the Monitor of McAllen, Texas, reports.

Feit was working at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in

Read more at: http://people.com/crime/ex-priest-john-feit-guilty-texas-beauty-queen-irene-garza-murder/

The Maura Murray Case Is Going To Be Reopened After Being …

The fascinating investigation of the Maura Murray missing persons case has officially been reopened by the New Hampshire Police Department, according to an announcement from Oxygen. The news comes to true crime fans during the season finale of Oxygen’s The Disappearance of Maura Murray — the docu-series investigating the eerie vanishing of the 21-year-old University of Massachusetts student in 2004.

Murray’s case has garnered a ton of interest over the years, as her disappearance has left her family, friends, and local law enforcement enormously stumped as to what exactly went down. The nursing student was reportedly last seen after crashing her car along Route 112 on Feb. 9, 2004, according to an Oxygen disappearance timeline, while on a trip from Amherst, Massachusetts to the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Murray’s car was said to be packed

Read more at: https://www.bustle.com/p/the-maura-murray-case-is-going-to-be-reopened-after-being-spotlighted-on-oxygens-docu-series-3215295

The Maura Murray Case Is Going To Be Reopened After Being Spotlighted On Oxygen’s Docu-Series

The fascinating investigation of the Maura Murray missing persons case has officially been reopened by the New Hampshire Police Department, according to an announcement from Oxygen. The news comes to true crime fans during the season finale of Oxygen’s The Disappearance of Maura Murray — the docu-series investigating the eerie vanishing of the 21-year-old University of Massachusetts student in 2004.

Murray’s case has garnered a ton of interest over the years, as her disappearance has left her family, friends, and local law enforcement enormously stumped as to what exactly went down. The nursing student was reportedly last seen after crashing her car along Route 112 on Feb. 9, 2004, according to an Oxygen disappearance timeline, while on a trip from Amherst, Massachusetts to the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Murray’s car was said to be packed

Read more at: https://www.bustle.com/p/the-maura-murray-case-is-going-to-be-reopened-after-being-spotlighted-on-oxygens-docu-series-3215295

They stabbed their friend to impress Slender Man. Now the teens are going to mental hospitals.


Morgan Geyser, one of two Wisconsin girls charged with stabbing a classmate to impress the fictitious horror character Slender Man, enters a Waukesha County Court in Waukesha, Wis., for a status hearing on Friday, Sept. 29, 2017. (Michael Sear/Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel/Associated Press)

Two Wisconsin girls charged with repeatedly stabbing a classmate to impress a mythical online character will be sent to state mental hospitals, according to the Associated Press. The case attracted national attention because of the youth of the victim and her attackers and the strangeness of their motive.

Morgan Geyser and Annissa Weier were just 12 years old in 2014 when they lured their classmate, Payton Leutner, also 12, into the woods in a Milwaukee suburb, according to investigators. Geyser, now 15, allegedly stabbed Leutner 19 times as Weier urged her on. 

Both girls told detectives they were compelled to kill Leutner to become “proxies,” or servants to Slender Man — an online figure that is

Read more at: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/true-crime/wp/2017/09/29/they-stabbed-their-friend-to-impress-slender-man-now-the-teens-are-going-to-mental-hospitals/

The teens in Slender Man stabbing case are going to mental …


Morgan Geyser, one of two Wisconsin girls charged with stabbing a classmate to impress the fictitious horror character Slender Man, enters a Waukesha County Court in Waukesha, Wis., for a status hearing on Friday, Sept. 29, 2017. (Michael Sear/Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel/Associated Press)

Two Wisconsin girls charged with repeatedly stabbing a classmate to impress a mythical online character will be sent to state mental hospitals, according to the Associated Press. The case attracted national attention because of the youth of the victim and her attackers and the strangeness of their motive.

Morgan Geyser and Annissa Weier were just 12 years old in 2014 when they lured their classmate, Payton Leutner, also 12, into the woods in a Milwaukee suburb, according to investigators. Geyser, now 15, allegedly stabbed Leutner 19 times as Weier urged her on. 

Both girls told detectives they were compelled to kill Leutner to become “proxies,” or servants to Slender Man — an online figure that is

Read more at: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/true-crime/wp/2017/09/29/they-stabbed-their-friend-to-impress-slender-man-now-the-teens-are-going-to-mental-hospitals/

This Week in Bad Pop Culture Ideas: What’s going on with American Crime Story

At this point, it seems like we might be able to bet on American Crime Story: Katrina not arriving to FX for a very long time.

Full disclosure here: I have given a lot of Ryan Murphy shows a chance and I even like most of them, Scream Queens excluded (its brand of ironic humor needed a lot of work). The category of “Ryan Murphy shows I like” even includes American Horror Story, even after the back-to-back wrecks of Coven and Freak Show were scarily bad. (Here’s your hot AHS take: Murder House is superior to Asylum, and Roanoke and Hotel then take third and fourth place.) American Crime Story is also not an exception, not after The People v. O.J. Simpson both wowed audiences (me included) and won quite the number of Emmy Awards last year.

So, the fact that TVLine is now reporting that the now-third season of ACSKatrina, has basically switched horses midstream and put Sarah Paulson, who won one of those many Emmys for

Read more at: https://fansided.com/2017/08/14/week-bad-pop-culture-ideas-whats-going-american-crime-story/