Two 14-Year-Olds Accused of Killing Uber Eats Driver


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Ryan Munsie, 31, was delivering food to a Texas apartment when she was killed on Saturday evening in what appears to be a robbery gone wrong.

The two suspects, who are both 14-years-old, allegedly stabbed Munsie in the neck while trying to rob her.

It appears that the only thing stolen from Muncie was a cellphone that was later found in a nearby dumpster, not far from where the suspects live.

The teens’ names have not been released as they are minors. Their names will be released if the state chooses to prosecute them as adults, but that remains unclear for the time being.

Munsie lived in Haltom City with her husband and three children, ages 5, 10, and 11. She was working for Uber Eats on the side as a way to make extra money.

Sgt. Eric Peters of the Haltom police said, “It ended up being just a random thing where these two juveniles were out looking for somebody to rob and just ran into her.”

The suspects are both being held at the Tarrant County Juvenile Justice Center in Fort Worth and are facing capital murder charges.

Lancaster father decapitates two oldest children while forcing his other children to watch

Lancaster father decapitates two oldest children while forcing other siblings to watch


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Police arrested a Lancaster father for decapitating his children and forcing his other siblings to watch on Wednesday. Maurice Jewel Taylor Sr., 34, of Lancaster, California, is charged and arrested for the murders of his son, 12-year-old Maurice Taylor Jr., and daughter, 13-year-old Malaka Taylor.

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Holiday True Crime Podcasts: Lawson Family Murder


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No matter how festive and joyous the occasion, Murderinos never stop fulfilling their insatiable hunger for true crime entertainment. Instead, they find themselves tuning into special holiday episodes of their favorite true crime podcasts, snuggling under a cozy blanket, and thoroughly spooking themselves whilst their less crime-savvy pals sing merry songs. To get ya’ll started on your holiday true crime journey, I’ve compiled a few of my favorite podcast episodes covering the infamous Lawson Family Murder case of 1929. Enjoy!