A Cape Cod resort employee has been arrested for secretly videotaping women in the resort shower. Twenty-five-year-old Anthony Mendes was arrested Saturday for electronic surveillance of partial nudity and misleading to obstruct justice by tampering with evidence. Yarmouth police began investigating the crime Friday when the camera was discovered at an undisclosed South Shore Drive resort. A woman staying at the resort noticed a small hole in one of the drop ceiling tiles above the shower she was using. Upon further inspection, the woman saw a blue blinking light coming from the hole. When she removed the tile, a camera fell out, according to police. Fans at a sold-out Travis Scott concert in Tulsa, Oklahoma, cracked doors and stormed security guards after the concert was postponed to March on Feb. 11. Video courtesy @aaron.wav (Published 2 hours ago) The woman then took the camera to the front desk and asked that the resort contact police. Mendes, who was working the front desk at … [Read more...] about Cape Cod Resort Employee Used Secret Camera to Film Women Showering: Police
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Last year, there were 773,139 motor vehicles thefts in the U.S., a rate of slightly more than 237 per 100,000 residents.Alabama’s top city for vehicle thefts has a much higher rate.24/7 Wall Street used data from the National Insurance Crime Bureau’s 2017 Hot Spot Vehicle Theft report to determine the place in each state where your car is most likely to be stolen. In Alabama, that city was Mobile. The vehicle theft rate there is 485.6 per 100,000 residents. There were 2,010 total vehicles stolen in Mobile in 2017, with full-sized Chevrolet pickups topping the list of most-desirable target for car thieves.Here’s where Mobile ranks on the list of each state’s city where your car is most likely to be stolen:Albuquerque – 1096.8 per 100,000 residentsAnchorage, Alaska – 816.7 per 100,000 residentsPueblo, Colorado – 812.7 per 100,000 residentsRedding, California – 751.4 per 100,000 residentsSt. Joseph, Missouri – 750 per 100,000 … [Read more...] about The city in Alabama where your car is most likely to be stolen
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Many of the educators who swarmed the state Capitol to demand more education funding are ready to dive into the political arena themselves.A significant number of the 794 people who declared their intent to run for state House and Senate seats last week are career educators. The three-day filing period from Wednesday to Friday recorded the most candidates the state has seen since at least 2000. Nearly 600 registered in 2006.It’s not yet clear how many in the education field are vying for legislative seats, but initial filings show that elementary school teachers to reading specialists to high school principals are running for the Legislature.Craig Hoxie is a physics and IB sports, exercise and health science teacher at Booker T. Washington High School in Tulsa. Hoxie, who is running as a Democrat for House District 23, said the influx of educators hoping to legislate shows the teacher walkout made a difference."The influx means the movement’s been a success,” Hoxie … [Read more...] about Educators running for Legislature are going to ‘change the bedrock’ in Oklahoma, supporters say
The residents of a 48-unit senior citizens site, known as Cherokee Meadows, located on Tulsa’s north side have not been served well by the city of Tulsa. An occupancy permit was unwisely and untimely issued by the city of Tulsa to the Oklahoma City based Carland Group LLC, and unfair advantage would be taken of elderly people. The occupancy permit allowed elderly citizens to be duped into moving into the rental units even though the units did not provide reasonable living accommodations. Among other things, while but recently there were no land line phone connections, no sod, and no mail delivery services, and no driveway entrances to allow vehicles and wheelchairs to enter the 24 different driveways. Vehicles can enter the driveways only by driving up over the curbs, exposing the vehicles to potential undercarriage damage. Senior citizens, who use walkers or canes to approach vehicles in the street, experience difficulty getting into vehicles. “When somebody comes to pick … [Read more...] about The Oklahoma Eagle Editorial: Some Are Disabled And Some Are Sick, WHY DO CITY HALL AND TDA ALLOW THE ELDERLY TO SUFFER AT THE HANDS OF AN UNSCRUPULOUS HOUSING DEVELOPER?