17 suspects have been arrested in connection with Kim Kardashian’s Paris robbery in October, and authorities have reportedly begun to charge some of them.
The concierge who was with Kim Kardashian during her robbery in Paris (the one she reportedly described as “calm”) has given an exclusive interview to The Daily Mail in which he claims he saw the whole thing coming years ago because of the hotel’s lack of proper security. The Mail identified him as a 39-year-old…
Despite their allusive relationship to cameras or traceable evidence, the folks who robbed Kim Kardashian have messed up. They got butter fingers.
When news broke that Kim Kardashian was the victim of a robbery in a Paris apartment over the weekend, conspiracy theorist alarms—always ready to go off—were instantly triggered. The terrifying incident read like the stuff of heist films—Kardashian was reportedly bound, gagged and held at gunpoint, and then locked in…
For those of you sighing at the sight of this headline and saying, “We’re still talking about this?” Of course we’re still talking this! That a very famous person was robbed violently in Paris, had millions of dollars worth of jewels stolen is one of the most captivating pieces of celebrity news in a while, and now …
TMZ has received additional information about the robbery of Kim Kardashian over the weekend, and every new detail about the reportedly is somehow more horrifying than the last.
Little Sarah Patel was on hand when her family’s electrical shop in Auckland was attacked by robbers, at least one of whom was threatening people with an axe, the Guardian reports. Let’s give this little girl a round of applause for being brave as hell.
Ryan Lochte is getting a lot of attention for being some kind of gas station pissing criminal mastermind, followed by teammates Gunnar Bentz and Jack Conger, who were pulled off a plane in a moment of dramatic intrigue, but everyone is forgetting the fourth misfit in this crackpot team—James Feigen.
On Saturday, Olympic swimmers Ryan Lochte, Gunnar Bentz, James Feigen and Jack Conger reported a robbery at gunpoint at a gas station by muggers posing as police officers. The Rio police took umbrage with reports of crime in their fair city, and the story began to fall apart.
Ryan Lochte and James Feigen, two US Olympic swimmers who claimed they were robbed at gunpoint in Rio, are set to have their passports seized by a Brazilian court because, it seems, no one can back up their mugging-at-gunpoint story.
True social equality is hard to measure and progress for women can be achingly slow, especially economically. But finally, we’ve done it. We’re here. As of 2016, women are making gains in one crucial sector: bank robbery.
Last December, Betty Reid Soskin was honored at the White House for her service as National Park Ranger—at 94, she is the country’s oldest ranger—and given a commemorative coin by President Obama. Early in the morning June 28, that coin was stolen from her when she was attacked and robbed in her Richmond, California…
Police in Hollywood are investigating whether the same thief or thieves could be responsible for a rash of celebrity home robberies, as a new Bling Ring of sorts.
A 24-year-old woman suspected of a string of robberies at jewelry stores across the South has been arrested in Atlanta. She’s facing up to 20 years behind bars, so now is certainly not the time to feel a little inspired, maybe, or to consider that capitalism is the real thief, in a way?
More than 500 criminal cases were committed on New Year’s Eve in Cologne, Germany, with 40 percent involving sexual assault.
Earlier this week in Apple Valley, California, a man robbed an auto-parts store while using a Maxipad to conceal his face. The disguise didn’t work—thanks to a clear surveillance video and a familiarity with the suspect, police were able to track him down quickly.
Shania Foster, 18, was sentenced to five years in prison on Thursday for robbing an 84-year-old man who she met on an online dating service.
Last December, a Yorkshire terrier named Sushi ran away from her Houston home and popped up not in a “Missing Dog” sign, but rather for sale online. Sushi’s not alone—the pup’s part of a wave of pets that have been kidnapped and resold on Craigslist and other sites, either back to their owners or others. It’s like …
An Iowa City burglar was apprehended on Friday after robbing a store and leaving behind a trail of snacks.