In a bizarre twist to a macabre story, Austin Flake, a son of Republican Sen. Jeff Flake, was supposed to be watching nearly 30 dogs in a sketchy-sounding Arizona canine boarding house when the AC broke down in the shed where the dogs were held, and 20 of them died from the heat.
Justin Ayers, 33, had just made it home from the hospital with his wife, extended family, and 3-day-old child when a drunk felon next door with a 9mm pistol fired a shot that traveled more than half a football field away, tore through Ayers' house, and killed him.
Byron Smith waited in his basement with energy bars and bottled water. When the boy and girl snuck into his house, he stood his ground. Fired. Again. And again. Over their bodies. Over her screams. Then he delivered a five-minute vigilante tirade over the corpses. We know this, because he recorded it all:
This is not for the faint of heart. But if you eat frozen pizza, you might owe it to yourself to see where the cheese came from.
Tucson police have arrested 34-year-old Fernando Richter and 32-year-old Sophia Richter on three charges each of kidnapping, child emotional abuse, and child physical abuse after three sisters—ages 12, 13, and 17—were found malnourished and dirty, telling police they had been imprisoned by their mother and stepfather for two years. Fernando Richter is also facing one count of sexual abuse of a child under 15.