Two teenage girls beat an alcoholic woman to death in her own home using a variety of weapons, stopping midway through to share selfies on Snapchat with their victim in the background, a court has heard. The pair then phoned police asking for a lift home before taking a selfie in the back of the police van, it is claimed. The bloodstained body of Angela Wrightson was found on the sofa in her front room of her home in Hartlepool, County Durham, in December having suffered more than injuries.
Police stated the girls, ages 13, 14, and 15, were charged with the attack. Two of the girls were charged with aggravated battery and the other was charged with mob action. Police stated the teens who beat up the girl knew the victim before the attack and were believed to be her friends.
The friend alleges the victim needed help walking to the nearest Red Line station and the other girls offered to help. However, on the way, the victim was jumped for allegedly "calling the police on them. A criminal investigation has now been opened after Chicago police were made aware of the incident.
On Friday, June 21,at p. The man followed the girl and tried to speak with her. The girl did not speak with the suspect and tried to run away. She tripped, fell to the ground and he sexually assaulted her.
De Blasio pledges support for NYPD days after mental health initiative pulled resources from training program. By Larry Celona and Kenneth Garger. The girls, ages 15 and 16, had allegedly pounded Nora Trotman on a Bedford-Stuyvesant subway platform the previous day — because she had asked the girls to remove their feet from a seat on a Manhattan-bound C train, police said.
A community activist, who helped the year-old victim after the attack Monday on the South Side, says she's home safe and in good spirits with family. Police say her so-called friends turned against her, and before the attack, was away from home for five days without anyone reporting her missing. Harris says the group of girls seen attacking the high school sophomore did so after she refused to go along with their plan to perform sex acts on an older boy, then threatened to tell the police.
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De Blasio pledges support for NYPD days after mental health initiative pulled resources from training program. By Joshua Rhett Miller. July 24, am Updated July 24, pm. A mentally disabled girl was ruthlessly beaten by a group of teens in Chicago as bystanders cruelly laughed and recorded the assault, disturbing video shows.
Video footage has caught a gang of Chicago teen girls mercilessly setting upon a mentally disabled 15 year old girl with bystanders heard laughing in the background during the attack. A second clip posted to social media see below on Monday shows Janise Harris of Muchin College Prepwalking with a group of several other girls and at least one boy when one of the girls suddenly punches her from behind. A witness who was already recording the teens walking then immediately starts laughing as the other girls — as many as five at one point — join the unprovoked attack.
But when Harris saw the video that went viral this week, she thought of the sweet and easygoing girl who probably trusts people too much. Harris, joined by several relatives, spoke hours after Chicago police announced charges against three of the girls. Two of them, 13 and 14, were charged with aggravated battery.