TX Woman Arrested for Attempting to Put Toddler in Hot Oven
How are some people even parents? This heartbreaking story comes form Allen in North Texas. According for fox4news.com, Lul Top, 36, was arrested Monday morning and was charged with with six counts of felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. She was apprehended via the Swat team. A video was posted to social media by a neighbor. She is currently custody where she is being held on a $600,000 bond.
A MOTHERS HORRIBLE ACTIONS:
On Jan. 8, Allen police were called to Top’s home after she allegedly beat her husband with a stick in front of her six children. At this point, the children were removed from the home.
According to the article, a 3-year-old child told interviewers that Top had tried to put her inside an oven that the child said was hot. A 10-year-old child told the investigator he had to physically fight his mother to get the 3-year-old away from the heated oven and took the child upstairs to hide her. A 4-year-old child said they saw the incident.
The investigator also noticed that the 3 and 4 yeard-old had scars "resembling knife cuts" and that both children said their mother used a knife to cut them. Read the full report by clicking here.
VIDEO: “Oppusum” Porch Pirate Strikes in North Texas
A video has gone viral and will bring a smirk to your face. A family in North Texas was waiting for a 15-year-old's box of birthday cookies to be delivered to their front door. According to foxnews.com, this happened on Jan. 26, the 'gift' of cookies came a little late while the family was out celebrating so it went unnoticed until they checked the video footage.
Video released by authorities shows an opossum going upto the entrance of the residence and then dragging away the box of treats after removing a blue birthday balloon attached to the package. It's a fun video.
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“Operation Blizzard”- Meth Ring Busted at DQ in Small Texas Town
They were serving up more than Blizzards at one Texas Dairy Queen location in Clifton, Texas, outside of Waco. According to the Clifton Police Department, this has been an ongoing investigation since back in June of 2023 and was code-named "Operation Blizzard."
According to a press release from the Clifton Police Department, PD Officers received information that several individuals were selling Methamphetamines in Clifton. Clifton PD opened an investigation and started looking into these individuals. During the investigation, it was discovered that several individuals were selling methamphetamines at their place of employment in Clifton. They later found out that this place of employment was the local Dairy Queen restaurant, therefore this investigation was dubbed “Operation Blizzard”. Those individuals are no longer employed there as of this report.
A sting was set up by law enforcement and they were able to buy meth numerous times. After the investigation, they were able to arrest a total of ten people including employees of the Dairy Queen in Clifton. Read the full press release below...