Human body parts, teacher hospitalized after student attack, ‘Fetty Jeff’: This week’s top stories

Photo Collage: (Left) According to court documents, an incident began when officers conducted a search warrant on a cellphone from an unrelated incident and found a text message from ‘Fetty Jeff’. (Top right) Snakes in bags and horned lizards found from

There was no lack of criminality and mystery in this week’s best stories. Many of the stories that caught your attention this week were national. At the top of our list was the story of a woman who was convicted of murdering two women and is charged with murder again after police say they found human body parts near her apartment. With that, here are the top stories that most interested you from March 6-12.

1. NYPD: 83-Year-Old Convicted Killer Had Victim’s Last Leg in Wheelchair: 83-Year-Old Ex-Convict Who Served Twice in Jail – Each Time for Killing a Woman – Is Charged Again of murder after police found human body parts in and near her apartment and obtained video of her driving a motorized wheelchair with a severed human leg on the seat.

2. Missing horse rider found dead near Rio Verde, according to MCSO deputies: A missing horse rider has been found dead near Rio Verde after her horse returned home without her. According to Maricopa County deputies, Jillian Underschultz, 58, left her Scottsdale-area home on horseback around 2:30 p.m. on March 9.

3. Phoenix-area freeway closures, restrictions this weekend: What to know March 11-14: A few Phoenix-area freeways will see closures and restrictions this weekend for projects improvement, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation. Some good news for drivers – no major closures will be in effect, although some on-ramps will be closed.

4. ‘I did my job’: The hero soldier who stopped the driver charged with DUI during the 10k race recalls moments before the crash: ‘I saw people still there and it pissed me off. really upset. It was just a situation where I knew there were people out there and I’m grateful that it was me. I’m grateful that she didn’t get past me.”

5. Man caught facing 20 counts of child sex crimes, police say: Robert Beckham, 65, was arrested on March 8 by officers with the assistance of the United States Marshals Service. “He has been arrested on numerous felony charges, including 20 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor. The arrest comes after a months-long investigation into Beckham’s online activities,” the surprised police lieutenant said Tim Clarkowski.

6. A teacher hospitalized after a stroke by a 5-year-old child needs surgery; The union says this is the child’s 3rd attack: “He actually ran, attacked her and jumped on top of her with all his weight. She fell and hit her head, which caused serious injury and other bodily harm where she is going to need surgery.”

7. Man who received first pig heart transplant dies after 2 months: David Bennett, 57, died at the University of Maryland Medical Center. Doctors did not give an exact cause of death, saying only that his condition had begun to deteriorate several days earlier.

8. ‘Fetty Jeff’ arrested after police seized fentanyl, meth, mushrooms and firearms in North Phoenix. “Fetty Jeff.”

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Jeffrey Rabadi, 30, was arrested in connection with a large drug bust in North Phoenix, police said.

9. A man caught with more than 50 live reptiles under his clothes at the San Diego border crossing: “Smugglers will try everything they can to try to smuggle their product, or in this case live reptiles, of other side of the border,” said CBP Director Sidney Aki. field operations in San Diego. “On this occasion, the smuggler attempted to trick CBP officers into bringing these animals into the United States, without taking due care of the animals’ health and safety.”


Snakes in bags (left) and horned lizards (right) found during a smuggling attempt at the San Diego border. Photo: US Customs and Border Patrol

10. 1 dead in wrong-way crash on I-10 at US 60 in Phoenix: One person died following a wrong-way crash on Interstate 10 near US 60 in the area of Phoenix. The Arizona Department of Public Safety said the accident happened when a car traveling eastbound in the westbound lanes of I-10 rammed a commercial vehicle at US 60. The man driving the car was pronounced dead at the scene and the identity has not been released.

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