Wednesday, January 4, 2012

WATCH: Unfit Mothers, Motorists Run Over Wheelchair-Bound Woman

Our first Mother of Year Award for 2012 winner is Lydia Colon. The 30-year-old unfit mother of four is charged with attempted murder after she tried to kill two of her daughters on New Year's day. Her 7-year-old daughter told police Lydia punched her in the face and body, kicked her four times in the chest and grabbed her by the hair and pushed her head under water in the bathtub. She told police she could not breathe when submerged. She said while her mother held her head underwater, she told her, “I am going to kill you, bitch.” The other child, an 11-year-old, said her mother punched her in the face and body then put her fingers in her mouth and tried to rip her mouth open. Both girls suffered bruises. Lydia is being held on $100,000 bond

This lady gets an award, too. Police in Portland, Oregon are looking for the woman in this surveillance video who used a 3-year-old girl to gain access to people's apartments and stole their cash.

Naquelle Ballard, 19, tried to steal a newborn baby girl from a hospital in Clayton County, Georgia this morning.

Jerry Ramrattan, who raped his ex-girlfriend in New York then framed her for a series of armed robberies. Seemona Sumasar served seven months in jail for the bogus crime, but today in court, she let Jerry have it.

A Los Angeles woman who expected her 2006 hybrid Honda Civic to be a high-mileage machine wants the automaker to pay for not delivering the 50 mpg it promised. But in lawsuit -- which she filed in small claims court -- Heather Peters argued that Honda knew her car wouldn't get the 50 mpg as advertised. She says the car barely got 30 mpg. If she's successful (and chances are she will), Heather can win $10,000.

This is just awful. Edith McFarland, 58, was attempting to cross South Market Street in Wilmington, Delaware using her wheelchair this morning, when a vehicle struck her. Two other vehicles ran over her. None of them stopped. Edith was killed. If you know anything, call police.

Police in Gwinnett County, Georgia are nothing if not thorough. A day after 72-year-old Chang Sun Petersen was reported missing, she was found in her own back yard.

Since you probably won't hear a peep about this on any national TV news networks or on Nancy Grace, Stacy English, 36, has been missing since Dec. 26. If you have information as to whereabouts, contact Atlanta police.

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