Star high school athlete, Caleb Gordley, 16, was shot and killed while entering the wrong home two doors over from his own.
*The odds of someone killing an intruder coming in their home in the middle of the night is highly likely, right?
Would you stop to determine who it is before shooting or swinging a bat?
Unfortunately, that is what happened when Caleb Gordley, 16, ended up in his neighbor’s home after being dropped off at the wrong home.
Allegedly, Gordley had been out drinking with friends and mistakenly entered a neighbor’s home through the window which tripped their alarm system.
The well-known firefighter Donald West Wilder II, residents refer to as “community-minded” shot and killed Gordley, who died on the scene, according to the Daily Mail.
Steven Dominguez, 18, saw a woman jump to her death with her 10-month-old son in her arms in Harlem, New York.
*Some people find it hard to cope with the issues that go on in everyday life, so they seek ways to get out.
But if you’re going to hurt yourself, why hurt your children or others?
Cynthia Wachenheim, 45, jumped from her apartment in The Sutton on West 147th St., while holding her 10-month-old son Keston.
Neighbors say she is an attorney in Manhattan and was worried. There were several witnesses to her fall that will never forget what they saw and the awful sound she made upon impact, according to the report from PIX 11.
Bus driver Steve St. Bernard, 52, with daughter Tahaani, doesn’t consider himself a hero after rescuing 7-year old from three-story drop from Brooklyn apartment.
*Every day we find a million stories in the news that make us want to give up on people.
Most days it feels like the world is turning into an insane asylum. But it only takes one good story to restore hope in our nation’s people.
Steve St. Bernard, 52, stood below his Brooklyn, New York’s neighbor’s window when he discovered little Keyla McCree, 7, standing on top of her air conditioner three stories up from the ground below, (more…)
Michael Terron Daniel got high on K2 or "spice" and ate a dog, June 14, 2012.
This zombie stuff has to end in the news.
Do you think that the stories are giving folks bad ideas to experiment with lethal drugs?
The latest story is a little different from the others though because it doesn’t involve “bath salts” or human consumption.
Michael Terron Daniel went into a drug-fueled rampage June 14, in Waco, Texas, that was so bad that he asked authorities to tase him to bring him out of his “bad trip.” (more…)
Jacole Prince, 29, locked her 10-year old daughter in the closet for years starving the child to a disturbing 32 pounds.
*It’s always horrible to hear about crimes against children and this is one of the more horrendous.
What is going through the heads of parents today that have kids, but don’t really want them?
There are so many options available to them, yet they still choose to keep the children and unleash horrific abuse on them.
Last Friday, police rescued a 10-year old girl from the closet prison her mother Jacole Prince, 29, had left her in for years. (more…)
Dr. Mehul Jitendra Shah
*A great old saying is, “You can’t pay for good neighbors.” You can live anywhere, pay an insane amount of money for your house, but someone ignant and disrespectful can pop up right next door.
Some folks in the Leesburg, Va. area are feeling cheated right now because of the action going down in their community. They are probably wondering if they have sex slaves in their community now after a doctor went berserk on a stripper…at his house. (more…)
*How many times have you seen Chris Brown’s name in headlines these past few weeks? Too many is the right answer. And here he is again.
Now the troubled R&B singer is getting that “bad neighbor” mantra. He’s a bad tenant they say. He plays his music too loud and there’s always people coming in and out of the West Hollywood condo.
“Chris Brown is a problematic tenant, to say the least,” a source tells RadarOnline. “He has his posse traipsing around until the late hours of the night, he’s loud and totally disrespectful of his neighbors.
“He’s driving the other tenants in the building crazy. The vast majority of the residents are professionals and they work during the day, so it’s important to them to get some rest at night and that’s proving difficult with the noise that’s being generated.”
His place is being lived in more or less like a frat house with parties, noise, and people all the time. But his condo ain’t on a college campus. Neighbors have had it up here (wherever that is) and it might get a little worse than just a complaint.
Brown recently purchased a 3,000 square foot, $1.75 million condo with three bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths.
*“Don’t take life so seriously, you’ll never get out of it alive,” was the simple advice I saw on a greeting card once and it makes sense, especially when thinking about the incredible pressures placed on those in the important role of caregiver for a loved one. You’ve got to lighten up the load to prevent major burnout.
Many times it’s easy to overlook just how tired, frustrated, or angry someone feels when they are buried in the dozens of day-to-day tasks required of a primary caregiver. This special report is designed to help you spot the warning signs when you’ve done too much for too long and don’t have enough energy left in the tank to help anyone, including yourself.
There was a popular song many years ago that had the lyric, “he ain’t heavy- he’s my brother” which isn’t exactly accurate. If you are piggy-back riding your brother, sister, child, or any other family member, their actual weight is still the same, but because you love and care for them, you have extra energy to serve them. Love will allow you to carry someone you care about for a while – but after a while they do get heavy again, and you will feel the pressure to want to take a break. That’s normal and not a sign of lack of love, rather just a sign of being human. So what does it mean to be a ‘Care-Giver’ anyway?
Read the full story at cbn.com.