Nicole Addimando met Christopher Grover in 2008, when they were coaches at Mr. Todd’s Gymnastics, in Poughkeepsie, New York. At first, they were just friends. Addimando lived with her mother, Belinda, in an apartment complex that Belinda managed. She was nineteen, tiny and delicate, with inky-black hair that fell down her back like a scrim. Her sister described her as shy and introverted. Grover, who was twenty-one, had a gymnast’s build, short and powerfully muscular. People who knew him described him as charming, childlike, and playful, if sometimes short-tempered. He loved video games and had a black belt in tae kwon do. Addimando called him her best friend.
A woman cut off a man’s penis as he allegedly tried to rape her in Pakistan.
The woman told police she was alone in her house in the central province of Punjab when the alleged attacker entered.
The 25-year-old claims the man began attempting to rape her, prompting her to run to the kitchen and grab a knife in self-defense.
When a man with a “big machete knife” burst into a rabbi’s home, stabbing victims as they celebrated Hanukkah, Josef Gluck ran away from the danger.
Then he came back to confront it.
Inga Ozolina has pleaded not guilty to murdering Audrius Pukas, claiming self defence.
A prosecutor says an Iowa dentist won’t be charged in the death of a man suspected of trying to steal items from the dentist’s office.