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New York police, prosecutors point fingers after Jeffrey Epstein skipped court-mandated check-ins

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The New York Police Department and Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr.’s office are both denying responsibility for enforcing Jeffrey Epstein’s court-mandated check-ins as a registered Level 3 sex offender.

The financier was required to register as a sex offender in New York almost three years after a controversial nonprosecution plea deal in Miami in 2008 resulted in an 18-month sentence for solicitation of prostitution involving an underage victim. (He served just 13 months of that sentence.)

EPSTEIN PLEA DEAL CASTS LIGHT ON MANHATTAN DA CYRUS VANCE’S ROLE

Under the 1996 Sex Offender Registration Act, Epstein should have appeared at the NYPD’s Sex Offender Monitoring Unit, in the Manhattan criminal courthouse, every 90 days to verify his address and have his photo periodically renewed for the online database.

Epstein failed to keep that appointment at least 34 times, according to reports by the New York Post, and was never arrested for noncompliance despite it being a felony punishable by up to four years in prison for a first offense — up to seven years for subsequent violations.

The chief of detectives of the NYPD, Dermot Shea, told Fox News on Thursday that “before his legally mandated first check-in, he [Epstein] changed his residence to the Virgin Islands, requiring monitoring to take place in that jurisdiction, not in New York.”

But then came an explosive hearing in 2011, when a sex crimes prosecutor from Vance’s office pleaded with federal Justice Ruth Pickholz to downgrade Epstein from a Level 3 offender to the lowest possible classification, Level 1. The judge found Epstein’s change of address insufficient to exempt him from checking in with New York law enforcement, as required for Level 3 offenders.

The judge ruled that Epstein, who owns homes in both Palm Beach, Fla., and Manhattan, “may have to come here every 90 days,” from the Virgin Islands, or “give up his New York home if he does not want to come every 90 days,” according to court transcripts.

Epstein did not check in any time after his hearing, Det. Sophia Mason, a police spokeswoman, told The Washington Post.

The NYPD did not respond to a request for comment from Fox News.

“The NYPD – which is the agency responsible for monitoring SORA compliance – has repeatedly told us that Mr. Epstein was in full compliance with the law,” Danny Frost, a spokesperson for Vance’s office, told Fox News on Thursday. “Our office vigorously prosecutes all failure-to-verify cases.”

Epstein, 66, pleaded not guilty Monday to additional sex trafficking and conspiracy charges brought against him this week after he was arrested at Teterboro Airport in New Jersey on Saturday.

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The financier allegedly created and maintained a “vast network” and operation from 2002 “up to and including” at least 2005 that enabled him to “sexually exploit and abuse dozens” of girls, in addition to paying victims to recruit other female minors.

“Jeffrey Epstein is in jail because of the hard work of NYPD detectives and our law enforcement partners who built a strong case and arrested him for his vile crimes,” Shea told Fox News. “The NYPD follows the same protocol for every sex offender referred to us pursuant to state laws. NYPD detectives are relentless: if you are a sex offender, we will find you.”

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Human remains found on Kentucky property identified as missing mom Savannah Spurlock, police announce

Human remains discovered at a Kentucky home were identified as Savannah Spurlock, putting an end to the monthslong search for the 23-year-old mother, police announced Thursday.

Trooper First Class Robert Purdy with Kentucky State Police told reporters on Thursday afternoon that the remains found just before midnight on the property were identified as Spurlock after an autopsy took place. Purdy said the medical examiner has not yet announced the cause of death.

Spurlock’s father told Fox News earlier Thursday that “justice has been served” after crews discovered the remains at a home believed to be the 23-year-old’s last known location and a person of interest was arrested.

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The remains of Savannah Spurlock, seen here in undated images, turned up Thursday. (Richmond, Ky., Police Department via AP)

David Sparks, one of the last people believed to be with Spurlock, was taken into custody just before 2 a.m. Thursday and charged with tampering with physical evidence and abuse of a corpse. He was booked into a jail in Madison County.

Cecil Spurlock, 52, told Fox News in an exclusive interview he’d “begged God” to bring the search for his missing daughter to an end.

“For the last week, I begged God, ‘Let’s have closure on it,'” the elder Spurlock said. “He did it.”

MACKENZIE LUECK’S SUSPECTED KILLER CHARGED AS GRUESOME CRIME SCENE DETAILS REVEALED

According to an arrest citation, police received a tip about a foul odor at a Garrard County property Wednesday afternoon. Unidentified remains were discovered that night “concealed in an unnatural position beneath the surface of the ground,” the citation states.

Spurlock, a mother of four who had given birth to twins in December, was last seen on surveillance video Jan. 4 after leaving The Other Bar in Lexington with two men. Police said Spurlock’s last known location was at Sparks’ home in Garrard County, which is located some 40 miles from the bar.

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David Sparks was charged with abuse of a corpse and tampering with physical evidence after human remains were found at a home believed to be the last known location of missing Kentucky mom Savannah Spurlock. (Madison County Detention Center)

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The arrest citation said that in addition to the human remains, investigators found “items of evidence believed to be connected to the missing persons case” that was last known to be in the control of the missing person and Sparks.

Fox News’ Matt Finn in Richmond, Ky., Travis Fedschun and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Suspected credit card thief caught after being captured on security footage wearing tag with real name

A man suspected of using an elderly person’s credit cards was arrested Monday, months after he was spotted on surveillance camera footage wearing his name tag.

“Remember Chris?,” the Placer County Sheriff’s Office in California posted to its Facebook page Thursday. The department said it had been trying to find Chris Thomason since March, when he was captured on camera using the cards in Sacramento.

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Chris Thomason allegedly wore his name tag while using someone else’s credit cards. (Placer County Sheriff’s Office)

He was arrested July 8 after being seen in a store wearing a shirt with “Chris” emblazoned on the name tag, the department said.

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“You helped us ID him within 20 minutes!” the post read. “His full name is Chris Thomason, and after a brief out-of-state hiatus, he has returned to California.”

Thomason was arrested by Rancho Cordova police and faces felony identity theft charges. He was expected to be extradited to Placer County from Sacramento County.

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Georgia teenagers staged kidnapping at mall to gain YouTube followers, police say

A teenager screaming for help inside an SUV in the parking lot of a Georgia mall last week was nothing more than a stunt meant to be uploaded to YouTube, according to police.

The Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office said Christopher Kratzer, 19, and Ava Coleman, 17, face charges of reckless conduct and raising a false public alarm after the alleged staged kidnapping at The Collection at Forsyth shopping center, located about 35 miles north of Atlanta.

“If you want to create a social media following, I would strongly dissuade you from this stupidity, good armed citizens might have been justified in using force to stop what they legitimately believed was a kidnapping,” Sheriff Ron Freeman said in a Facebook post. “Committing a criminal act for social media likes will get you arrested in Forsyth County, that’s not the kind of attention most people want to have.”

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The sheriff’s office said they received multiple 911 calls around 6 p.m. on July 3 about a woman possibly being kidnapped. The woman was tied up with a covering over her head from inside the SUV.

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Christopher Kratzer, 19, and Ava Coleman, 17, face charges of reckless conduct and raising a false public alarm in connection with alleged kidnapping. (Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office)

She was also heard yelling “he is going to kill me,” the Forsyth County News reported.

FIRECRACKER ‘PRANK GONE BAD’ LEAVES 2 DETROIT CITY EMPLOYEES WHO TRIED TO USE TOILET INJURED

Officials said eight deputies responded to the call, which was over half the entire contingent of officers in the southern part of the county in an attempt to intercept the SUV.

“Deputies were travelling in emergency modes with lights and siren trying to render help to this alleged victim, such driving is not without risk to the public and deputies,” police said.

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The SUV was eventually stopped and officers investigating the incident discovered the pair were filming a kidnapping prank for a YouTube video.

“Yes, that’s right for a social media channel to gain more followers,” police said.

Both were arrested and taken to the Forsyth County Jail. Coleman was released on bond, while Krazter is still being held after allegedly violating the terms of his probation for a prior incident, according to the Forsyth County News.

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Firecracker ‘prank gone bad’ leaves 2 Detroit city employees who tried to use toilet injured

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Two city workers in Detroit, Mich., were reportedly injured on Wednesday after firecrackers exploded when they tried to use the toilet in a bizarre “prank gone bad.”

The employees, with the city’s General Services Department, were in the fire department’s storage area and truck repair shop when the incident occurred, according to the Detroit Metro Times.

One person was hospitalized with injuries to his leg and scrotum. The extent of the second person’s injuries was not immediately clear.

Deputy Fire Commissioner Dave Fornell described the situation to the Times as a “prank” that ended badly, while Mike Nevin, president of the Detroit Fire Fighters Association said, “This is an absolute embarrassment.”

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City officials on Wednesday didn’t know who placed the firecrackers underneath the toilets. Nevin cleared his association members of any wrongdoing.

The Detroit Police Department — which is said to be investigating — did not immediately return Fox News’ request for comment.

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Firecracker ‘prank gone bad’ leaves 2 Detroit city employees who tried to use toilet injured

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Two city workers in Detroit, Mich., were reportedly injured on Wednesday after firecrackers exploded when they tried to use the toilet in a bizarre “prank gone bad.”

The employees, with the city’s General Services Department, were in the fire department’s storage area and truck repair shop when the incident occurred, according to the Detroit Metro Times.

One person was hospitalized with injuries to his leg and scrotum. The extent of the second person’s injuries was not immediately clear.

Deputy Fire Commissioner Dave Fornell described the situation to the Times as a “prank” that ended badly, while Mike Nevin, president of the Detroit Fire Fighters Association said, “This is an absolute embarrassment.”

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City officials on Wednesday didn’t know who placed the firecrackers underneath the toilets. Nevin cleared his association members of any wrongdoing.

The Detroit Police Department — which is said to be investigating — did not immediately return Fox News’ request for comment.

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Boston EMT brutally stabbed by patient in ambulance: police

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A Boston first responder underwent emergency surgery Wednesday after being stabbed multiple times by a patient she was treating in the back of an ambulance while en route to the hospital, officials said.

A 31-year-old “emotionally disturbed” woman began stabbing the female EMT who was treating her in the back of an ambulance headed for Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston EMS Chief Jim Hooley told the Boston Herald. The male EMT driving pulled over to intervene. The patient attacked the second first responder with pepper spray, Hooley said.

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Fellow EMTs responded to a call about a medic in distress around 4 p.m. outside the courthouse. The EMT underwent emergency surgery, Boston Police Commissioner William Gross said. She is expected to make a full recovery. She’s worked for the Emergency Services department for 11 years.

The patient turned alleged attacker– who police later identified as Julie Tejada— was subdued at the scene and taken into custody. Tejada is charged with assault with intent to murder and other charges.  She is expected to be arraigned Thursday. The male EMT was also treated at the hospital and released.

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Police are not releasing the names of the first responders injured at this time. Officials would not confirm what weapon was used to stab the EMT. A source told Boston’s Fox 25 that the psychiatric patient used a scissor in the attack. The Boston Herald also reported a scissor was found at the scene.

The Associated Press contributed to this report. 

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Dunkin’ manager created fake employee, collected extra paycheck, cops say

At some workplaces, some employees seem to do the work of two people.

But at a Dunkin’ doughnut shop in Florida, a manager was collecting the paychecks of two people – herself and a fake employee, authorities say.

The manager, identified as 29-year-old Markia Nelson, was arrested Monday and charged with grand theft after authorities alleged she had created the fake employee and deposited that fake employee’s real earnings into her own bank account.

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“The employee never actually showed up to do any work, and when they researched the employee’s clock-in and clock-out times they saw that it was her inputting it each time,” Pinellas Park police Sgt. Lonnie Lancto told FOX 13 of Tampa.

“The employee never actually showed up to do any work, and when they researched the employee’s clock-in and clock-out times they saw that it was her inputting it each time.”

— Pinellas Park police Sgt. Lonnie Lancto

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Markia Nelson, 29, was charged with grand theft, authorities say. (Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office)

The paperwork was done May 15 and Nelson started punching in and out at the Largo store as the fictitious new hire on May 16, logging a total of 235 hours until she was arrested, WFLA-TV of St. Petersburg reported.

The fake employee was paid $8.65 per hour for a total of more than $1,600, the report said.

The store’s owners caught on to the scheme and alerted police, according to FOX 13.

“They met the officer around the corner, showed him all the video that they had, paperwork that they had, timesheets and things like that, and basically presented their case to the officer first,” Lancto told the station.

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Nelson told police she used the extra cash for “life expenses,” according to WFLA.

Nelson was booked into the Pinellas County Jail and was later released, pending further legal action, according to the report.

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Murder suspect mistakenly released from jail arrested in Georgia: police

A suspected killer who was mistakenly released from a Florida county jail in May amid confusion over his charges was captured Wednesday evening in Georgia, authorities said.

Eric Vail, 28, was arrested in January in connection with the murder of 27-year-old Wadarius Harrius, who was found fatally shot in a pickup truck in Pembroke Park in October 2018.

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Eric Vail was released from jail earlier this year amid a mix-up over his charges.  (Broward County Sheriff’s Office)

Vail was initially charged with second-degree murder. In May, that charge was dismissed and upgraded to first-degree murder. The Broward County Sheriff’s Office said it was told the initial charge had been dismissed and didn’t know vail was being held for anything else.

“We did not have and have not yet located any documentation stating the subject was to be held on another charge,” spokesperson Keyla Concepcion told WSVN in a statement. “Our main priority at this time is to locate and apprehend this dangerous criminal.”

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Vail was arrested Wednesday night at a mobile home Jesup, a small town in Georgia about 70 miles southwest of Savannah, WPLG reported.

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The sheriff’s office said multiple law enforcement agencies assisted in tracking down Vail’s whereabouts. Vail will be extradited to Broward County to face one count of first-degree murder.

Fox News’ Nicole Darrah contributed to this report.

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Kentucky police, FBI searching home linked to Savannah Spurlock’s disappearance

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Several law enforcement agencies began a search Wednesday night of what is believed to be the last known location of missing Kentucky mom Savannah Spurlock who disappeared seven months ago after leaving a bar in January, officials said.

Spurlock, a mom of four who had given birth to twins in December, was last seen on surveillance video Jan. 4 after leaving the Other Bar in Lexington with two men. Lt. Col. Rodney Richardson, assistant chief of police with the Richmond Police Department, told Fox News that Spurlock’s last known location was at a home in Garrard County – located some 40 miles from the bar.

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Kentucky State Police said they received a tip around 5 p.m. on Wednesday that lead them back to a Garrard County residence. The house belongs to the parents of one of the men Spurlock was last seen with, police said, according to Lexington’s WLEX-TV.  Police have searched the home several times before in the months since Spurlock went missing.

FBI Louisville Evidence Response Team, Kentucky State Police troopers, Richmond Police officers and reps from the coroner’s office began searching the home around 10:30 p.m. after being granted a warrant, WDRB reported. A body has not been found at this time, police said. The coroner’s office was called in as a precaution in case a discovery is made.

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Police questioned the two men seen on surveillance as well as a third man but have not filed charges against them. Search and rescue teams that specialize in K9 searches swept the cornfields and a bridge near the home where the mother of four was last tracked in the months since her disappearance. In April, police received a tip that lead them to search a cave but nothing was found, WLEX-TV reported.

Fox News’ Cristina Corbin, Kathleen Joyce and Matt Finn contributed to this report.

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