Earlier this month, Ethan Couch, the teen known nationwide as the “Affluenza Teen,” stopped reporting to his parole officer and was deemed missing in Texas. Couch famously ducked prison after killing four people in 2013 while driving drunk, partly because his shrink said he was a spoiled brat and didn’t know any better.
Authorities now believe he may have fled the country with the aid of his mother.
Tarrant County Sheriff Dee Anderson has suggested a video posted to Twitter that showed a smiling, partying Couch playing beer pong with his bros—an apparently brazen violation of parole—spooked the kid into thinking his freedom might soon be compromised. The tip line set up by the Anderson’s office has apparently been blowing up, aided in part by the intense media spotlight on Couch. Last week, a Wanted poster for the teen was issued, and $5,000 is being offered for information leading to his arrest.
All of which is to say authorities very well may smoke this dude out of his hole soon.
A 40 year-old man who said he was working as a private investigator was shot Friday evening after he told police he attempted to break up a fight in Prospect Park.
The Ankeny man told Des Moines Police that he was tailing an individual that evening, and followed him into the park. Once he arrived, he saw a fight break out.
According to a police report, he said he then got out of his car to break up the fight, when one of the them took out a gun and pointed it at him.
When a member of the family goes missing, you don’t easily stop looking. When that missing family member is a pet, people have more options than they might think to help bring them home.
A Sauk Rapids woman turned to a unique option last week in the hunt for her family dog. Angie Ausban said her family’s chocolate Lab, Maggie, had been missing for three weeks. After Maggie’s disappearance near Old Stone Way and Old Stone Court Northeast, Ausban used every option in the area to try to bring her home.
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