It's another wild week on Blotter Bites as Carlene Cox and Summer Moore talk the entire blotter spectrum, from light (a turkey watch in Rhode Island continues) to somber (follow-up on the shooter from a gaming convention in Jacksonville, Florida).
A Brockton, Mass., teen has a Houseparty that won't soon be forgotten, while in Jacksonville, Florida, a judge gave a first-time offender 90 days in jail because he got a job at the wrong big-box store. It's not the first time this judge crossed the line.
Even the holiday edition of Blotter Bites is a scorcher -- in that it details a Worcester, Mass., feud that wound up in mutliple fires. Also, a story from Framingham, Mass., about a woman who was undeterred by 70 police officers while stealing from Target. Happy holidays, one and all!
It never gets boring on Blotter Bites! This week, we talk about stories from the Lakeland Ledger, Peoria Journal-Star and the Canton Repository. Listen as Carlene Cox walks you through some of the blotter's best!
Carlene Cox gets dark in this week's Blotter Bites, as a teen from Columbus mimics "Jeff the Killer." A 40-year-old woman is found dead, but a teen from Ohio is charged in the murder. His lawyers claim multiple personalities are to blame. Also, a Peoria group gets glitzy in ripping off a Victoria's Secret.