How’s this for an overbearing dad. Pennsylvania police are on the hunt for a father who they say burst into his 20-year-old daughter’s room at a Motel 6 near Frackville, Pa., caught her with her boyfriend and shot the boyfriend in the groin on Sunday afternoon. The father, Donald Jenkins, Jr., 40, then fled the scene in his vehicle, Pennsylvania State Police said Monday - and he’s wanted for attempted homicide and related charges. Jenkins allegedly fired at the boyfriend after getting into a dispute with him while his daughter was in the motel room, Lehigh Valley Live reports. The bullet hit the boyfriend in the upper leg and groin area. The boyfriend was taken to a nearby hospital to be treated,
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The social media frenzy over Kenneka Jenkins’ death has ended. Amateur sleuths are no longer posting videotaped conspiracy theories about how the 19-year-old’s body ended up in a freezer in a deserted area of the Crowne Plaza O’Hare Hotel. Strangers are no longer blaming Kenneka’s girlfriends for “selling” her for $200 during a party in a room on the ninth floor. No one is pointing fingers of suspicion at the young men who attended the party. No one is accusing the police and the hotel of conspiring to cover up a murder. We know now that Kenneka died of hypothermia, the result of a horrific alcohol-related accident. But what have we learned from this tragic episode that kept us on edge for weeks?
A post shared by Chip Gaines (@chipgaines) on Jul 28, 2017 at 12:32pm PDT As fans come to terms with the news that Fixer Upper is ending after the upcoming fifth season, we're left struggling to understand why the Gaines' decided to end their HGTV run at the height of their success. Chip and Joanna recently opened up to People, explaining that their grueling shooting schedule wasn't sustainable with four young children.
FORT MYERS, Fla. - Janet and William Powers bought a house in the Florida city where their son was living so that when they could no longer live independently, they could move into a mother-in-law suite at the home. There, they could live out their final years - cared for and surrounded by family. The couple signed a durable power of attorney giving their son, Ryan Todd Powers, access to their finances. When Ryan sold their home in Alva, Fla., the $72,000 was supposed to be used for remodeling the Lehigh Acres, Fla., home and for his parents' income and care. Documents filed with the Lee County (Fla.) Circuit Court tell a different story. According to the records, the younger Powers spent the
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When you inform others that everything is wonderful today, you might actually be convinced youre telling the truth. However, your smile may be hiding anger that is lurking just below the threshold of ...