Emilio Estevez is way past playing Billy the Kid … especially now that cops tell us his gun was stolen.
Law enforcement sources say the incident went down back in May as the ‘Mighty Ducks’ and “Young Guns” star was staying at the Oceana hotel in Santa Monica.
We’re told he parked his car with the valet …and 2 days later got back in his car only to find his Glock and ammo were missing. Our sources say there was no forced entry. It’s unclear where the gun and ammo were in the car.
Cops are investigating.
We reached out to Emilio and management at the hotel but neither had a comment.
Read more at: http://www.tmz.com/2017/06/25/emilio-estevez-gun-ammo-stolen-car-break-in/
Coral Springs police had a complicated and unwieldy case on their hands in 2011, after restaurant worker Michael Todd Hamilton, 31, was stabbed multiple times and died in his apartment.
Out of hundreds of witnesses and persons of interest, more than 40 people had given detectives their DNA to compare to evidence left behind at the bloody crime scene.
“The investigation took us in many different directions,” Detective Sgt. Scott Myers, who oversaw the case, said during a press conference Monday. Last week, the agency made the second arrest in the capital homicide case that it said will be presented to a Broward County grand jury.
It took several years to isolate and identify suspects’ blood from what was found in Hamilton’s apartment in the 9800 block of Northwest 33rd Street.
“There was so much blood at the crime scene and almost all of it was the victim’s,” Myers said.
Read more at: http://www.sun-sentinel.com/local/broward/fl-sb-coral-springs-hamilton-murder-folo-20170619-story.html
While – from the looks of things; this IS a different project altogether ~ there is a milkoutthenose hysterical web mini series over on crackle with the same name…
might not be for everyone.. (i do have weirdly restricted tastes and preferences for comedies – but it’s smart, it’s edgy, and it’s ridiculous.)
Read more at: http://screenanarchy.com/2017/06/black-fawn-films-looks-to-break-into-television-with-new-series-the-cleaners.html