Roger Dale Nobles Sr., 51, (inset and bottom right with his son) allegedly fired a shotgun from the driver's seat of his pick up truck, at 32-year-old military veteran and father-of-three Stephen Addison (top right) who was arguing with his son Roger Nobles Jr. at an intersection. The bullet whizzed past Nobles Jr., who didn't flinch or react, and struck Addison in the chest. Nobles Jr. then got back into his father's 1992 Chevy pick-up, and his father calmly waited until the light turned green to drive away from the Fayetteville intersection of Skibo and Cliffdale roads. Nobles Snr. was arrested as soon as he arrived home after the incident, and is now charged with first-degree murder. His son was also taken into police custody and questioned after he appeared unsurprised by his father's actions.
Moderna CEO warns Americans they may need ANOTHER COVID booster in the fall because the shot's effectiveness won't 'hold great' after a few months
A fourth injection to protect against COVID-19 could be necessary, the CEO of Moderna warned on Thursday, adding that he expected the data from booster shots administered this fall was 'not going to hold great'. Stephane Bancel told a conference of healthcare professionals on Thursday that he believed getting jabbed regularly would become a way of life. Bancel said the company is working on a vaccine candidate tailored to the Omicron variant of the coronavirus, but it is unlikely to be available in the next two months. 'I still believe we're going to need boosters in the fall of '22 and forward,' Bancel said.
'It's a Romeo and Juliet story': Heartbroken grandmother of sheriff's deputy who killed herself days after her cop boyfriend took his own life says the couple are now 'together forever' as their orphaned six-week-old son is cared for by his uncle
The grandmother of a sheriff's deputy who killed herself days after her boyfriend committed suicide leaving their six week old baby son orphaned likened the double tragedy to a 'Romeo and Juliet'-type story and says the couple is now 'together forever.' The family's heartbreaking chain of events began New Year's Eve, when Florida cop Clayton Osteen attempted suicide shortly before midnight. The 24-year-old died two days later in hospital. His girlfriend Victoria Pacheco, 23, (top left with her grandmother, top right, and bottom left with her boyfriend) took her own life. The couple, both deputies at the St. Lucie Sheriff's office, left behind an infant son called Jayce, who was born on November 22 (bottom right). 'My heart is so sad I thought I was hurting before I lost my beautiful granddaughter,' Pacheco's grandmother, Bernice Bartolini, said on Facebook. 'Tragic Romeo and Juliet story. They are now together forever.'
Fired Bucs star Antonio Brown smuggled OnlyFans model - who went viral for licking a toilet seat in 2020 - into his hotel for a steamy sex romp and told her to watch 'what I do tomorrow' - the night before he stormed off the field
NFL star Antonio Brown smuggled an influencer who went viral for licking a toilet seat into his hotel room for a steamy romp the night before he stormed off the field during a game, DailyMail.com can reveal. Brown, 33, snuck glamorous lingerie blogger Ava Louise, 23, into the Westin Jersey City in defiance of the NFL's Covid rules - and filmed a series of pornographic videos during the romp. Blonde Louise, who shot to fame in 2020 after she filmed herself licking a toilet seat in a bid to catch Covid, told DailyMail.com she spent an hour with the wide receiver and snuck past security to join Brown for the sex session. The 23-year-old said he had wanted her to spend the night with him but she initially declined after discovering she would have to be smuggled out of his room ahead of his 7am meeting with Tom Brady. Brown's NFL career was hanging by a thread after he refused to take to the field during the third quarter of the game against the New York Jets on Sunday - instead throwing down his jersey and walking off. The Buccaneers later announced he had been officially released from the team, marking his fourth exit since 2018.
Two women house-sitting for entrepreneur and ex-girlfriend of Grammy-winning producer are zip-tied by armed burglars at her $5M Los Angeles mansion: Victims use Ring doorbell camera to alert homeowner after thieves stole their phones
The mansion of wealthy Los Angeles entrepreneur, Florence Mirsky, co-founder of Koko Nuggz, was raided by three arm burglars at around 2 a.m. Thursday after they zip-tied two housesitters, LAPD said. The terrifying incident took place at an estimated five-million-dollar home on 3846 Sherwood Place, in the affluent suburb of Sherman Oaks, in San Fernando Valley. She told The Sun that she was 'too frantic' to speak about the crime even though she wasn't inside the property when the robbery took place. Police were told by one of the home's housekeepers that, along with a friend, they were held at gunpoint after the three burglars woke them up. The two women were then ordered to get on the floor while they were zip-tied as the three burglars continued to ravage the property. It is unclear what was stolen, and if the property was damaged. Between 2015 and 2018, Mirksy dated famous eight-time Grammy-winning producer Scott Storch, who has previously collaborated with several worldwide artists, such as Drake, Justin Timberlake, and Beyoncé. Los Angeles has recently been suffering a shocking wave of follow-home robberies and organized smash-and-grab attacks on retailers, as the statistic went up 41.6 percent in 2021.
Subway pedophile Jared Fogle admits he 'royally screwed up' by committing child sex crimes in letter sent from prison and brands his behavior 'selfish and entitled' before claiming he's in 'best shape of his life' thanks to jail gym
'I really royally screwed up to wind up where I am,' Fogle, a father of two, wrote in a hand-written letter dated November 7, 2021. 'I was selfish and entitled.' Fogle goes out of his way to quote famous prison film 'The Shawshank Redemption' in relation to his own experiences. 'Something like, 'You can either get busy living or get busy dying' when you are sent to prison. I've done everything I can to get busy living and make the most of this unwanted experience.'
Ted Cruz admits his comment calling the January 6 riot a 'violent terrorist attack' was 'dumb and sloppy' during groveling interview with Tucker Carlson: Host accuses the senator of lying
Cruz, introduced by Carlson as 'smarter than me,' called his own comments 'dumb and sloppy' and said he texted Carlson shortly after and asked to go on the show. Carlson didn't believe it, continuing his line of criticism from Wednesday night, where he said: 'He doesn't use a single word by accident. Every word Ted Cruz uses is used intentionally. He's a lawyer.' 'I don't buy that,' Carlson told Cruz Thursday. 'I've known you long time since before you went to senate. You were a supreme court contender. You take words as seriously as anyone in the senate. I do not believe you use that accidentally. I just don't.'
Nancy Pelosi leads prayer vigil to mark the one year anniversary of January 6 Capitol riot: House Speaker holds moment of silence to 'patriotically honor the heroes' who defended lawmakers
For roughly 10 minutes, what appears to be less than 100 mask-clad members of Congress stood outside holding candles where exactly a year ago, Donald Trump's supporters were overwhelming law enforcement and storming the Capitol, some reportedly hunting for specific lawmakers and other chanting 'Hang Mike Pence.' Alongside Pelosi, top Democrats like Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer Majority Whip Sen. Richard Durbin and House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer were also in attendance. Her brief remarks were preceded by Bishop Michael Curry, Presiding Bishop over the Episcopal Church, who led lawmakers in a prayer asking for guidance for a 'traumatized' country.
Woke historian sparks fury by comparing the January 6 riot to the HOLOCAUST during MSNBC appearance to mark first anniversary of the violence
During an MSNBC appearance to mark the one year anniversary of the Capitol riots (right) Rice University history professor Douglas Brinkley (left) compared the days events to that of the Holocaust, sparking outage. Brinkley told MSNBC anchor Craig Melvin that history wont be kind those who try to downplay the events and evoked the Holocaust. Brinkley said he worries if the day is not properly honored like Pearl Harbor and September 11 it will be lost in history.
Guy Reffitt, 48, from Wylie, Texas, stormed the U.S. Capitol building alongside other pro-Trump supporters on January 6, 2021, while armed with a pistol. Afterwards, he threatened his own wife and kids, telling them he would shoot them if they turned him to the authorities. However, he was later arrested after his son, Jackson, 19, contacted the FBI, and he is now preparing for his trial on February 28. His son recently spoke out about it, and he admitted that his decision to turn in his father has forced him to cut off all contact with his relatives.
Harmony Montgomery's deadbeat junkie dad was awarded custody of his now missing daughter despite serving 18 months in prison for shooting a man in the face months before her birth
Harmony Montgomery's junkie dad was awarded custody of the missing little girl despite shooting a man in the face just months before her birth, DailyMail.com can exclusively reveal. Adam Montgomery's partner Crystal Sorey was three months pregnant with Harmony when her brutal boyfriend blasted drug dealer Robert Jacobs in the chin and narrowly avoided killing him. According to a January 2014 police report obtained by DailyMail.com, the 'bullet traveled up the left side of his face and exited out his left temple. Miraculously, Jacobs survived and was able to identify 31-year-old Montgomery - street name Ace - from the distinctive Boston tattoo spanning his back that was exposed as the two men grappled. Montgomery appeared in Haverhill District Court in Massachusetts charged with armed robbery, armed assault to murder and discharging an unlicensed firearm within 500 feet of a dwelling. He pleaded guilty to the charges in September 2014 - just three months after Harmony was born - and was jailed for 18 months.
Maya Rudolph looks shaken up after crashing her luxury Tesla into a tree in her Los Angeles neighborhood
Actress Maya Rudolph got quite the scare on Thursday when she got into a single-car accident with her Tesla Model X 100 D vehicle. The 49-year-old actress was near her home in Tarzana when her Tesla crashed into a tree on Thursday around 3 PM. DailyMail.com has reached out to her representative for comment.
Heavy snow leads to 75-vehicle pile-up on Kentucky highway as more than 100 million Americans coast-to-coast are under weather alerts from multiple winter storm systems moving across the country
A winter storm blanketed parts of the South with quick-falling snow, freezing rain, and sleet on Thursday, tying up some roads in Tennessee as the system tracked a path through Appalachia toward the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. The snow system is expected to move from the Northwest US into the Rockies until at least Friday, while icy conditions will move from the Mid-South into the Northeast.
MEGHAN MCCAIN: It will never win any awards and the critics ignore it but Costner's non-woke Yellowstone has crushed the elites' favorite show Succession in the ratings because it's the one that captures the true soul of America
MCCAIN: Paramount's Yellowstone just set a new ratings high with its Season 4 finale. It stars hugely talented actors, averages 10.4 million viewers an episode, and is the most-streamed series in America. It drives conversations among Americans to levels unseen since The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones - but from the perspective of Hollywood's leftist media, it might as well not exist. It's a Western, after all, and it's mostly about white people. What is critically celebrated in Hollywood and the media is more determined by the values and tastes of television writers, than the tastes of the masses. The dominant Hollywood, left media cohort should be asking: Why does something like this happen? A major part of the answer is that Americans love Westerns, and people in the heartland like having their culture, lifestyle and history reflected in entertainment - and not to just have it denigrated. Most Americans enjoy entertainment with values that they share and characters that they can relate to - and if that's something you'd rather ignore as a leftist in media, well, then maybe it's you who is living in the bubble.
Disgraced fashion mogul Peter Nygard finally gets bail hearing in Canada for sexual assault charges following weeks of adjournments: 80-year-old faces extradition to US for preying on dozens of women and underage girls
An ongoing bail hearing in Toronto will determine whether accused sex feign and Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard makes bail. He's been locked up since 2020 on sex-related charges
Cops attend solemn visitation for slain Illinois cop Marlene Rittmanic who was gunned down with her own weapon by 'career criminal' as she begged for her life
Cops have gathered for the visitation of a murdered Illinois police officer, who is said to have been gunned down by career criminal while responding to a call about killer's barking dogs. Fellow officers and friends honored Sergeant Marlene Rittmanic in the chapel at Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais, Illinois, an hour away from Chicago, from Thursday. All wore their full uniforms, with many also wearing masks and gloves. American flags lined the entryway to the funeral as first responders and former military personnel paraded into the venue around 5pm to pay their respects at the visitation on Thursday. Her funeral will be at the same location at 10am on Friday. Rittmanic was allegedly killed by Darrius Sullivan, 25, at the Comfort Inn in Bradley, Illinois, after her and partner - who is currently in the hospital with gunshot injures to the head - responded to a called regarding Sullivan's barking dogs.
Organizer of wild unmasked influencer party flight from Montreal to Mexico moans that they're now stranded because no airline will agree to take fly them home together
James Awad , the founder of the 111 Private Club which arranged the party trip, chartered a plane with company Sunwing to get the revelers to Mexico on December 30. After footage of them drinking, vaping, partying and singing without masks went viral, Sunwing pulled out of the January 5th flight to take them all home. Now, Awad is trying to convince other airlines to take them all as a group, promising that they will wear their masks and behave appropriately.
Samsung showcases wild foldable devices at CES: Flex Note transforms from a 13-inch handset to a 17-inch monitor and a slidable smartphone has a second screen that extends to the side
Samsung debuted several new folding gadgets, smartphones (bottom) and laptops (top), at CES 2022. The gadgets have three panels and unravel in an either a S- or G-shape design to provide a larger display. The 'S' design features three panels the fold out to make a larger tablet-like device, while the 'G' folds inward on all sides, allowing you to store away the device without scratching the display.
Hilaria Baldwin steps out in NYC on her 38th birthday with daughter Lucia after dealing with bout of food poisoning that she described as 'hell'
Hilaria Baldwin had a busy birthday. Hilaria, who turned 38 on Thursday, was seen in New York City with her youngest child, 10-month-old daughter Lucia, as she grabbed a cup of coffee after dealing with an earlier bout of food poisoning. Hilaria kept warm on the winter day in a puffy silver coat with shiny black leggings and black heeled boots.
'One of the most astounding things I've seen!' Sesame Street episode that shows Elmo unraveling over feud with a PET ROCK leaves viewers in stitches - prompting the Muppet to release an official statement about the falling out
Elmo has had a longstanding rivalry with Zoe's pet rock, Rocco, since he was introduced in Season 30 of Sesame Street in 1999. On Monday, Twitter user @Wumbooty shared footage of the character losing his cool in a 2004 episode titled 'Elmo feels he's treated unfairly by Rocco.' In the 35-second clip, Elmo flips out after Zoe tells him he can't have the last oatmeal raisin cookie because Rocco is going to eat it. The furry red Muppet argues that Rocco 'is not alive' and 'doesn't even have a mouth' during his surprising outburst. Fans can't stop laughing over the footage, and a number of people have accused Zoe of 'gaslighting' Elmo with her pet rock. Twitter users have also been sharing other Sesame Street clips that highlight Elmo's ongoing feud with Rocco. Elmo released a statement on Wednesday saying he and Zoe are 'still best buds,' but he added that he 'doesn't want to talk about Rocco.'
How the Mafia tried to bury The Godfather - until they were bought off with roles on screen: Fifty years on, BRIAN VINER says the gangster classic is still the best film ever made. But few know the real story behind it
BRIAN VINER: Film-lovers have a treat in store in 2022. The greatest movie ever made is getting a 50th anniversary re-release, and if you've never seen The Godfather on the big screen, then make a note of Friday, February 25. It's a cinematic offer you can't refuse. Of course, there are plenty of other contenders for the title of greatest movie ever made. But those of us who think it's The Godfather, know it's The Godfather. And one of the most remarkable things about Francis Ford Coppola's masterpiece about a Mob family in 1940s New York, and their battle for supremacy with the Mob's other leading families, is that it was every bit as eventful off screen as on.
Kristin Davis, 56, admits feeling 'extreme stress' over aging: 'I have bad days where I want to put my face in a bowl of ice like Joan Crawford'
And Just Like That star Kristin Davis is turning 57 next month and admits aging can be 'extremely stressful' when portraying the same character on and off for over 25 years. 'It can also be extremely stressful to be aging and to be compared to your much, much, much younger self,' the Emmy nominee said in her NewBeauty cover story, which hits newsstands January 18. 'If I was from a regular life, I would feel fine; I would feel great! I'm healthy, I'm strong, I've got this little three-year-old son, and I carry him around and it's all good - but, no, I'm on television, where every bit of my physical being is analyzed.
Bling, boobs & booze: She was famous for her diamonds, her tempestuous love for Richard Burton and her luminous acting. Now, a book of iconic images peels away the layers to reveal the woman behind the legend
Elizabeth Taylor (pictured) appeared on posters and magazine spreads, wearing swimsuits and showing off her dazzling diamonds for nearly half a century. A new book shares formal portraits of the actress, who died in 2011 at the age of 79. Photographers would have to do a lot of tests with the lighting and the cameras before the star appeared in person. Elizabeth Taylor was always late for events, as the preparations were extensive - there's an interesting picture in the book, by Terry O'Neill, of her make-up table. It's hard to believe the vast array of cosmetics and sprays, lipsticks, brushes and cotton wool pads. Inset: Montgomery Clift and Elizabeth Taylor.
Throes, a red supergiant, was seen exploding and collapsing into a supernova by astronomers in real time. This is the first time this type of event has been witnessed by human eyes. Prior to this historic event, it was thought red supergiants showed no evidence of their soon-to-be explosions, but throes was found to emit a bright radiation leading up to its final days. The team put together an animation (pictured) (showing what they saw unravel during the star's transformation to a supernova.
Shooting stops in Kazahstan after Putin's Paras arrive: Russian force of 2,500 'peacekeepers' say they have right to KILL if attacked by 'armed gangs' after nation descended into violent chaos
The forces from Russia's 'mini NATO' will stay in Kazakhstan for several days or weeks, and have been given the right to use weapons in Kazakhstan in case they are attacked by 'armed gangs,' according to Russia's RIA news agency (pictured: Russian paratroopers boarding a plane destined for Kazakhstan). The first CSTO troops arrived earlier today to help quell the mounting unrest after Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev - an ally of Russia's Vladimir Putin - appealed overnight to the Russia-dominated security bloc which includes five other ex-Soviet states. Pascal Ausseur, a French former soldier and senior defence official who now heads the FMES think-tank, called the CSTO a 'mini-NATO... with Russia in place of the US on the other side'. Dozens of demonstrators were gunned down today as the streets of Almaty were turned into a 'war zone' (pictured inset: rioters beat a downed police officer)
Crimes against design! Bizarre real estate photos reveal some of the strangest properties on the market - from a taxidermy gallery to a CASTLE on top of a garage
When it comes to selling a property, many homeowners want their place to stand out from the rest. But these places from around the world are memorable for all the wrong reasons. The photos, originally posted on the Ridiculous Real Estate Reddit thread and collated by Bored Panda , feature some design choices that are just too weird to even comprehend. (Clockwise from top left) An indoor rockery complete with fake wildlife, a piano on the ceiling, a strangely lavish interior, a garage made to look like a castle, an alchemist's lair, and a room of dead, stuffed animals.
The ULTIMATE flying hack! Lawyer reveals how to use the 'fine print' in airline policies to land free tickets, upgrades, and THOUSANDS of dollars in rewards if your flight is delayed
Erika Kullberg, an attorney who studied at Georgetown Law, recently went viral on TikTok after she shared several travel hacks that could save people a lot of money. She read through every airline's terms and conditions, and discovered a lot of things hidden in the contracts - including a lot of ways to get compensated. She shared them online and has received a lot of attention for her savvy tips and tricks, gaining more than seven million followers on the video streaming app.
Unhappy meal! Moment crazed Florida woman hurls food through McDonald's drive-thru window and flips the bird after staff there failed to honor her coupon
An unidentified female drive-thru customer at a McDonald's in Southern Florida was caught on surveillance footage video throwing items at staff when she learned that her coupon wasn't accepted on Wednesday. Before fleeing the scene in a Red and Black damaged KIA, the woman was seen giving a double middle-finger to staff. The incident occurred at McDonald's in the 3000 block of University Drive in Miramar, Florida, 22 miles north of Miami. If you know where she might be, call Broward County Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous and still remain eligible for a reward of up to $5,000.
Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model Brooks Nader reveals a stranger planted an Apple AirTag in her coat while she was out at a bar - and then followed her for FIVE HOURS, even tracking her to her HOME
Brooks, 26, said she had the 'scariest moment' of her life after she discovered that someone had secretly put one of the tracking devices in her pocket. The horrifying incident took place at the Odeon bar in TriBeca, New York City, on Wednesday night. She didn't realize until hours later - after a notification said an unknown item had been 'moving with her for a while' and that 'the owner could see its location.' The model chatted with DailyMail.com about the scary situation, and said she hopes to educate other women about the dangers of AirTags.
Container truck hangs over the edge of 330ft cliff in nerve-wracking footage after driver tried to reverse when satnav took him up narrow mountain road in China
The driver was following his GPS along the treacherous mountain road outside Changzhi city in Shanxi Province, northern China when the lane became to narrow to continue. He tried to reverse down the mountain, but his front wheels slipped over the edge. Luckily for him and his passenger, the rest of the truck did not fall into the ravine and they were able to scramble out.
'What the f*** did I just hit?': Shocking moment British Royal Navy warship crashes into Russian hunter-killer submarine it has been chasing into the Arctic Circle
The Russian submarine was lurking under the waters 200 miles north of Scotland when the crew of HMS Northumberland (inset) was dispatched to hunt it down. The Royal Navy's Type 23 frigate sailed into the region where the sub was believed to be hiding and deployed its array sonar - a cable covered in hydrophones pulled along behind the hull - to listen for sounds from the sub. But in what a navy source has described as a 'million-to-one chance event', the submarine was directly beneath the British vessel and smashed into the sonar cable. It is believed to be the first collision between Russian and British vessels since the Cold War. News of the collision comes as Russia continues to bulk up its military capabilities amid rising tensions in eastern Europe (pictured: Russian akula class submarine)
Pictured: The $10million 'Ferrari-of-the-seas' hyperyacht that can hit 85mph and comes with a garage for the owner's supercar
Behold the 88ft Gran Turismo Mediterranea by Rome-based Lazzarini Design Studio. It also features gull-wing side openings and foil wings that deploy at speeds of over 23mph. The garage is located at the back of the yacht, and is formed by a platform that can also be used as a sundeck. Various 'automotive design' references influenced the appearance and the function of the yacht. Read on for more...
I'm going for a spin round the lake! Russian man carves out an ice carousel - and powers it with an outboard motor
Farmer Nikolai Zlydnev, 35, from Leninsk, Russia uses a metal pole, axe, and a chainsaw to measure out and cut the circle. After completing the disc he uses an outboard motor to spin it around. Zlydnev claimed that his stunt was 'perfectly safe' as the ice was very thick and the lake was not very deep.
Shocking moment truck driver loses control of his vehicle and it goes flying backwards before it smashes into a powerpole
Confused drivers had to think quick when a backwards truck rolled at them on the highway. The truck driver, 62, had left the vehicle to check his brakes when it took off down the road. The driver tried to jump onto the side of the truck to gain entry but fell off. He gained minor injuries after dropping to the road from such a distance and was taken to hospital. The truck proceeded to continue to roll and hit a power pole, starting a small scrub fire. Fortunately no serious injuries were reported.
Shocking footage shows the owner struggling to hold onto the wild cat underneath its front legs as it furiously moves its claws through the air in the Sabahiya area, south of Kuwait city. The short clip shows the animal, which appears to be young, writhing around in its owner's arms while making loud growling noises. Environmental police were called to the scene to help contain the big cat before returning it to captivity.