A Texas high school science teacher is suspended from her job following her arrest Monday on a felony charge of having an improper relationship with a 17-year-old male student, PEOPLE confirms. Sarah M. Fowlkes, 27, faces a possible punishment of two to 20 years in prison and a fine up to $10,000 if convicted of the second-degree felony, Lockhart, Texas, Police Chief Ernest Pedraza tells PEOPLE. It was not clear if Fowlkes has an attorney or has entered a plea, and a call to the Caldwell County, Texas, District Attorney’s Office was not immediately returned.
The text message was sent way back on July 5, 2013. Perhaps because its sender, Alexander Bradley, realized it held unwanted power, like the capability of impacting his immunity deal in an Aaron Hernandez double murder trial, let alone rocking the entire case altogether. In a plea deal, Bradley, however, gave authorities full access to his phone, including deleted and otherwise privileged communication with his lawyer.
Three months into this parenting gig, I'd had enough. Our bedtime routine with our infant son had turned into a two-hour affair that left me and my husband eating dinner at 10 p.m., me up with indigestion for another few hours, and only a few hours of shut-eye before I had to wake up for the day. I was preparing to go back to work, and no amount of concealer, corrector, or eye masks could hide the dark purple circles that had become permanent fixtures under my eyes, never mind function like a thinking adult in an office job. I needed a solution, and I needed one quick. My own parents swore by "Ferberizing" me, and I was willing to give it a try. Ferberizing, or "crying it out," is a sleep training
Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani's relationship has been front and center on The Voice this season. Although, Gwen seemed to forget about Blake when Team Alicia members, Chris Blue and R.J. Collins hit the stage. After the two battled it out, singing "Adorn" by Miguel, Gwen couldn't stop making flirtatious comments about the two singers. Talking to Chris, Gwen said, "I don't even know if I was listening to your voice, 'cause I was so mesmerized by your body." She quickly caught herself and said she didn't mean it like that, but it was too late as Adam and Blake started teasing Gwen, while she made things worse by saying things like, "I was having a hard time focusing, 'cause you kept distracting me." Blake played the part of the jealous boyfriend pretty well as he confronted Chris after that last comment. Blake said, "What's your problem, man?" as Chris assured Blake that he didn't "want any trouble." Alicia Keys had to decide which of the two guys she was going to keep on her team, and Blake hoped she would keep Chris. Blake told Chris, "I hope you're not available to steal, 'cause I'll probably lose my girlfriend."
We don’t dabble in real estate too much here at the Shutdown Corner, but we just could not help ourselves with this listing that came on the market - and onto our radar.
A white Army veteran traveled from Maryland to New York City to kill a black man to "make a statement" in the media capital of the world, New York Police Department officials said Wednesday. Jackson was carrying a handful of knives in his pocket when he arrived at the police station, Reuters reported. Shortly after coming across Timothy Caughman, who was searching through garbage on the street, he stabbed him in the chest and back, police said. Jackson told police he left Baltimore Friday and traveled to New York City by bus "because it is the media capital of the world and he wanted to make a statement," Bill Aubrey, a deputy chief at the New York Police Department, told reporters. "It was revealed that the attack on Timothy Caughman was clearly racially motivated.