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If you steal a dress from a store, do you a) furtively sneak out of the house with it on but feel guilty the entire time; b) vow to get a job so you can buy your dresses; c) proudly pose for a selfie in the stolen dress and upload to Facebook. If you picked anything other than "c", you have obviously not been paying attention to the way the world works now. But Danielle Saxton knows the way the world works. And now she's paying for it.
Most couple's celebrate Valentine's Day with chocolates, dinner, and maybe a little hanky panky, but Baptist missionary Nathan Leuthold is accused of using the romantic day for the most heinous of acts -- killing his wife. Denise Leuthold of Peoria, Illinois was found dead in the couple's home of a gunshot wound to the head, supposedly the work of a home invader. But cops felt something wasn't right -- especially the fact that Denise was shot with the same type of gun that Nathan owned, which was now missing. And then there's that part about Nathan allegedly having an affair with the 20-year-old girl the couple had sponsored to come to the U.S.
A man killed a pregnant woman and her boyfriend after meeting them on Craigslist, say police. The 18-year-old woman, Brooke Slocum, was just weeks from her due date when she and her boyfriend and the father of her unborn baby, 25-year-old Charles Oppenneer, reportedly met up with Brady Oestrike, whom they met through Craigslist.
Scott Disick has finally reached rock bottom and is getting help, say sources. We recently learned that Scott was checked into a hospital after partying so much he sustained alcohol poisoning. Sources say that incident scared him straight and he hasn't had a drink since. He is now reportedly seeking counseling with the family pastor as well as "finding his spiritual center." But what caused him to go off the deep end like that?
A father who reportedly walked in on his 11-year-old son being molested did what most fathers would do -- beat the alleged molester to a bloody pulp. The 35-year-old dad called 911 and said, "I just walked in on a grown man molesting [name not used]. And I got him in a bloody puddle for you right now, officer."
Raymond Frolander, 18, was unconscious and indeed in a bloody puddle when officers arrived at the home in Daytona Beach, Florida.