Disturbing video shows mom dunking baby’s head under water

SPALDING COUNTY, Ga. – A 5-month-old girl is OK after police said her mother recorded herself plunging the baby’s head underwater.

Laquanda Mosley faces charges including aggravated assault with intent to murder, first-degree child cruelty and terroristic threats after police said she recorded a video of herself holding her baby underwater.

Channel 2’s Tom Jones tracked down the child’s father, who said he believes anger drove her actions.

“That was a vindictive act,” Kevin Dandridge said.

Dandridge said Mosley became upset and threatened to harm the child when he asked for custody. He said Mosley was angry at him and sent him the videos threatening to kill the child in retaliation.

He posted it on social media and it went viral. Dandridge, who lives out of state, said he posted it for one reason only.

“I just needed some help and I didn’t know how to locate her,” he explained.

He says a friend of Mosley’s saw his post and told him where she lives, and that’s how police found her.

Officers said the infant was taken to the hospital and was released.

Dandridge told Jones no father should have to see his child’s life threatened like that.

“I guess she just went off the deep end. I don’t understand,” he said.

Dandridge said Mosley was angry with him over money and the fact that he wanted custody of his child.

Police said when they arrived here at her home she had the baby and her 5- and 7-year-old children.

All the children in in the custody of child protective services.

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Bill Cosby’s comedy is not bombing in prison … at least not to the point where inmates are hurling food at him.

There are reports out that Cosby cracked a joke that another inmate found distasteful and reacted by removing a chicken patty from the bun and throwing it at Cosby, smacking him in the face.

An official from the Pennsylvania Dept. of Corrections tells TMZ, “This did NOT happen, and I am unhappy with anyone who is reporting such fake news.”

The official says Cosby isn’t even mingling with other inmates yet … he has no contact whatsoever. That’s because he’s being evaluated by prison staff and, until they determine the extent to which he should interact with other inmates, he’s by himself and in his own cell.

Cosby’s 2 weeks into his 3 to 10 year sentence for sexual assault.

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Couple caught on video engaging in “sexual activity” with a dog named Demon, police say


A couple engaged in “sexual activity” on camera with a dog , according to court documents.

Richard Allen Patterson, 46, of the 2400 block of Freeman Mill Road was suspected of illegally having guns in his house, which led a Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agent to watch video on a computer seized from Patterson’s house, the documents said.

The ATF agent saw Patterson and his wife with the Doberman pinscher in their master bedroom, a Suffolk detective wrote in a search warrant affidavit. The agent alerted Suffolk police.

Richard and Christina Patterson own the property where the agent seized the computer, according to public records. Neither has been charged .

Suffolk Detective Sgt. Gary Myrick filed the search warrant to see the video during his investigation into “crimes against nature.” State law forbids someone from carnally knowing “in any manner any brute animal,” or submitting to such acts.

Doing either is a felony punishable by one to five years in prison.

Suffolk police are looking into what happened but won’t talk about their investigation, city spokeswoman Diana Klink said in an email.

Patterson, a felon, has been indicted with having 17 firearms – including handguns, shotguns and military-style rifles – that he had shipped over state lines, according to federal court documents. He also had 52 shotgun shells, 44 rounds of .40-caliber bullets and 10 rounds of .357 ammunition, federal prosecutor William Jackson said in the indictment.

In June, Patterson was convicted of three felonies: forging public records, perjury in Department of Motor Vehicle matters and larceny. He was sentenced to six years in prison, but a judge suspended all of it.

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Ohio mayor resigns after being caught on video repeatedly using racial slurs on his police chief’s bodycam

An Ohio village mayor has announced he will resign after he was caught on camera repeatedly using racial slurs.

The video, captured on Crestline police chief Joe Butler’s body camera, shows the village’s mayor Allen Moore using the word ‘n*****’ four times during a conversation at his garage in June.

Moore apologized after the video was released earlier this month, saying the recording was made without his knowledge after he had earlier asked Butler to stop his ‘usual practice’ of recording all conversations, the Bucyrus Telegraph-Forum reported.

He conceded that ‘that is no excuse for using the language in that video.’

5168560-6291103-image-a-69_1539875125129Crestline mayor Allen Moore was caught on the police chief’s bodycam (pictured) using racial slurts


His apology did little to appease the community of around 4,400 people and many residents and council members called for his resignation.

Moore said he would resign by the end of the week at a village council meeting on Monday night – an announcement that was met with applause from the 50 or so people in attendance.

It came during a public comment part of the meeting, in which Gary Almanson, a resident of Crestline, called Moore a ‘detriment to our city’ and called on him to resign, according to the Telegraph-Forum.

Moore responded: ‘I was stepping down at the end of this week, just to let you know.’

Kari Pfeifer also excoriated Moore, telling those at the meeting: ‘Not only did the mayor use racial slurs to address members of this community, he also talked negatively about local businesses.’

5168550-6291103-image-a-70_1539875132028The video shows Moore using the word ‘n*****’ four times during a conversation at his garage in June

5168552-6291103-image-a-71_1539875136473Moore said he would resign by the end of the week at a village council meeting on Monday night

Pfeifer called on both Moore and Butler to resign.

‘The degrading language used by both was an absolute disgrace to this village,’ she said.

‘Both the mayor and police chief should be held to a higher standard than what was displayed. Village pride starts right here. It begins with the mayor, the council and the employees of this village.’

Moore’s announcement came after Crestline Village Council unanimously signed a letter calling for Moore’s immediate resignation.

According to the Telegraph-Forum, Moore has been in office since April 4 and has lived in Crestline since 1960.