Cleveland kidnapper Ariel Castro was found dead in his Ohio cell by way of an apparent suicide Tuesday (September 3) night, according to a press statement made by correction officials.
Ariel Castro had a rambling appearance in an Ohio courtroom Thursday (Aug. 1), where he denied being a “monster” and claimed to have a sex addiction. Castro previously struck a deal to evade the death penalty and pleaded his case in front of a judge and one of his victims, Michelle Knight, who also addressed […]
Nelly took the term special surprise guest to an all new level this past Saturday (July 27). During a concert in Cleveland, the St. Louis rapper brought Ohio kidnapping victim Amanda Berry on stage.
It wasn’t even three months ago that Charles Ramsey was the toast of Ohio for inadvertantly rescuing three kidnapped women. Today he’s homeless and broke.
Ariel Castro, the Ohio man accused of holding three women captive for over a decade, pleaded not guilty to various charges Wednesday (June 12). Castro was arraigned on 329 counts of torture, r@pe, and murder, the latter for allegedly forcing one of the women to miscarry five different times.
Not only does Charles Ramsey have a burger named after him, but he can now access the go-to meal free of charge, for life. Ramsey and his Big Mac famously aided in the rescue of three kidnapped women, and the good karma has come back his way.
Ariel Castro, the man accused in a decade-long Cleveland kidnapping case, was arraigned on various charges Thursday (May 9) morning. A judge set Castro’s bond at $8 million.
Despite saving four lives and exposing the acts of three vile criminals earlier this week, Charles Ramsey has become a target of the media looking to delve into his past. Criminal investigation website The Smoking Gun posted Ramsey’s legal documents that show the Cleveland hero has been formerly convicted of domestic abuse charges, resulting in […]
Charles Ramsey‘s name has been trending on Twitter for the last couple of days, which makes him a national treasure at this point. The gregarious Cleveland man came to fame when by happenstance he was instrumental in saving three women that had been held captive for 10 years. It wasn’t heroics, but a bubbling personality […]
Charles Ramsey has become an overnight Internet celebrity. The Cleveland man is responsible for helping three women—missing for over a decade—escape to freedom. And all he was trying to do was eat McDonald’s on a nice Spring day.