A woman was arrested last week after cops pulled her over and discovered $2 million worth of liquid methamphetamine hidden in jugs while her 4-year-old daughter sat in the car, police said Wednesday. Seline Lizeth Ayala, 23, was speeding down Interstate 35 in Austin when officers stopped her on July 12, police said. Another passenger and her daughter were also in the vehicle at the time, according to Fox 7 Austin. Officers noticed Ayala was acting in a “suspicious behavior” and was nervous as she was being questioned. Narcotics K-9 did an “open air sniff,” leading officers to the meth hidden in five jugs of “Purple Power” degreaser in the vehicle’s interior compartment and trunk. The 75 pounds
The University of Central Florida student whose viral “graded” breakup letter to his ex-girlfriend got him suspended for two semesters was cleared of all charges Thursday. Nick Lutz, 21, posted pictures of his ex-girlfriend’s apology letter - complete with grammar and content editing and a D- final grade - on Twitter, where it quickly earned 121,000 retweets. His unidentified ex-girlfriend, a high school student hoping to attend UCF, went to her hometown sheriff’s office and the university with her complaint of cyberbullying. UCF suspended Lutz for two semesters on charges of breaking the school’s honor code. His lawyer, Jacob Stuart, called the punishment a violation of his client’s First Amendment
Johnnie Cochran is dead. Marcia Clark writes murder mysteries. Judge Lance Ito is retired. Kato Kaelin tweets a lot. And F. Lee Bailey, the famed criminal defense attorney, is flat broke. On Thursday, O.J. Simpson - the NFL icon who brought them together more than two decades ago - was granted parole from his prison sentence for a Nevada robbery conviction, asserting during a highly anticipated hearing that “I’m not a guy who has lived a criminal life.” But of all the characters who played a role in Simpson’s unforgettable acquittal for the murder of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, no one’s life has changed as dramatically as Bailey’s. By changed, we mean cratered. Bailey joined Simpson’s
It’s been a few seasons since Taylor Halbur has appeared on Teen Mom 2. After she split from Adam Lind (with whom she shares three-year-old daughter Paislee) in 2014, the mom-of-one has shied away from the spotlight. Though we miss seeing her on the small screen, Taylor seems just fine living a life off-camera. By the looks of her Instagram page, the former reality TV star is enjoying raising her little girl in South Dakota and has found love with a new man, Joe Leonard (who is undoubtedly an upgrade from Adam, a.k.a. Chelsea Houska’s sloppy seconds). The best part? They are planning to tie the knot in the near future! Taylor - who got engaged to her beau last summer - revealed in October 2016
The lack of votes in the Senate for the Republican health care bill is an opportunity for a "clean repeal" of Obamacare and thus a "victory" for conservatives, Sen. Rand Paul told "Good Morning America" today. What I'm calling the victory is that we will get to vote on a clean repeal," the Kentucky Republican said in an interview with ABC News Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos. My wife and I spend hours on the phone trying to get the insurance companies to pay for anything.
In an interview published Wednesday, President Donald Trump told The New York Times that young people pay $12 a year for health insurance. "Because you are basically saying from the moment the insurance, you're 21 years old, you start working and you're paying $12 a year for insurance, and by the time you're 70, you get a nice plan," he said. It is possible that he may have misspoken and meant to say "$12 a month," since, in an interview this spring with The Economist, Trump made the same argument, only he cited a figure of "$15 a month." Insurance is, you're 20 years old, you just graduated from college, and you start paying $15 a month for the rest of your life and by the time you're 70, and
The scene at the swim-up bar at the Mexican resort where Abbey Conner was pulled listless from the pool in January was full of young tourists last month when an attorney hired by Conner’s family showed up. It wasn’t surprising. It was a typical scene at an all-inclusive five-star resort where foreigners from both sides of the equator flock to escape their cold winters. But as he watched, the attorney noticed something disturbing. “They serve alcoholic drinks with alcohol of bad quality and in great amounts, mixing different types of drinks,” he wrote in his native Spanish. That single paragraph, buried near the end of a four-page report summarizing how 20-year-old Conner drowned within a couple