Police: Man kills owner of Orlando tow truck company over $285 bill

Paul Gren, 53, the owner of a tow truck company in Orlando, Florida, was killed Tuesday night when an irate man allegedly opened fire after learning he owed $285 for his impounded car, according to Orlando Sentinel. Authorities say 35-year-old Tremain Polk arrived at Gren’s tow truck company at 639 W. Robinson St., in the Parramore neighborhood around 6 p.m. to pick up his vehicle. When a tow truck employee, Erica Hicks, told Polk that he owed $285, he became angry since he only had $135 on him. The tow truck employee stated that Polk, who was released from prison in 2012, “tried to push hi...
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Indiana man sentenced in 6-month-old daughter’s 2015 death

A Johnson County judge sentenced 22-year-old Christopher Potts to 30 years in prison on Friday for the murder of his 6-month-old daughter, Felicity Anderson. The Indy Channel reports that on September 3, 2015, Potts was with his daughter at their apartment home in Franklin, Indiana when he became angry and lost control. Johnson County Deputy Prosecutor Ryan Bland stated that Potts picked up Felicity “out of the crib and ultimately, threw her into the crib. So, it was the mattress she hit.” Emergency medical services rushed Felicity to a local hospital where doctors pronounced the chil...
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Partially burned body found near Las Vagas apartment complex identified – suspect in custody

Las Vegas Metropolitan police officials have identified the burned body found near a southwest apartment complex as 20-year-old Geranique “Chicago” Bentley after releasing a sketch of the victim to the public, News 3LV reports. Homicide detectives arrested Raymond Quinsell Lewis, 22, believed to be the victim’s boyfriend of two years, on Thursday, March 16 in connection with the killing. Bentley’s partially burned body was found around 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 11 “tucked between two walls in a hidden corner of the complex” when a couple—Alan Miller and Pauline Chuckluck—were “flying th...
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