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Top News of the Week: Man Kills Pregnant Wife in Crash, Cops Say; Parents Accused of Soliciting Sex with Child; and More

Top Crime News: Drunk Driving Crash; Soliciting Sex; and More
Source: JIMS; Columbia County Jail

Jonathan Jones (left) was reportedly driving recklessly moments before the crash, attempting to pass cars over the double yellow line, witnesses said.; Ashlee Taylor Crawley's (right) husband was allegedly trying to convince her to have sex with his 2-year-old biological daughter, police said.

Jul. 5 2024, Published 2:46 p.m. ET

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A Woman in Iowa Got 'Cold Feet' About a Date, So She Called 911 and Made False Claims Against the Man: Police

Woman with Cold Feet Makes False 911 Call to Avoid Date, Police Say
Source: Johnson County Sheriff’s Office; MEGA

Sumaya Thomas allegedly called 911 and made false claims against the guy she was supposed to be meeting for a date, officials said.

A woman in Iowa allegedly got cold feet before meeting a guy for an online date, so she reportedly called 911 and said the man was threatening to assault her and she was pregnant with his baby, according to authorities. Read more here.

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Intoxicated Driver Causes Head-On Collision, Killing His Pregnant Wife, Unborn Child and Another Woman: Cops

Man Kills Pregnant Wife, Baby and Another Woman in Collision: Police
Source: JIMS; Knox County Rural Metro Fire

Jonathan Jones was reportedly driving recklessly moments before the crash, attempting to pass cars over the double yellow line, witnesses said.

A driver in Tennessee was reportedly intoxicated and veered out of his lane, smashing into another vehicle head-on — killing his eight-months-pregnant wife, the baby and another woman, according to authorities. Read more here.

'Horrible' Florida Mom Accused of Striking Boyfriend, Toddler Son with Car — ‘Like Bump, Bump, Bump Run Over,' Sheriff Says

Mother Arrested After Allegedly Running Over Boyfriend and Child: Cops
Source: Polk County Sheriff’s Office; Unsplash

'Horrible mom' Aaliyah Ross is accused of running over her boyfriend and son with her vehicle.

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A Florida woman has been arrested after police say she allegedly ran over her boyfriend and their toddler son, leaving the infant in critical condition. Read more here.

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Georgia Parents Accused of Trying to Solicit Men to Have Sex with Their 2-Year-Old Daughter: Police

Georgia Parents Accused of Soliciting Males to Have Sex with Daughter
Source: Columbia County Jail

James Dee Tripp (left) was allegedly trying to convince Ashlee Taylor Crawley (right) to have sex with his 2-year-old biological daughter, police said.

A man and woman in Georgia have been arrested after they allegedly made explicit “content” involving their children for various online apps and tried to solicit men to engage in sexual acts with their 2-year-old daughter, authorities claimed. Read more here.

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Idaho College Murders: Trial Date Set in Case Against Bryan Kohberger — But One Major Detail Remains Uncertain

Idaho College Murders: Trial Date Set for Bryan Kohberger Case
Source: @KAYLEEGONCALVES/INSTAGRAM; MONROE COUNTY CORRECTIONS FACILITY

A trial date has been scheduled for Bryan Kohberger's case, officials said.

The case against quadruple murder suspect Bryan Kohberger finally has a trial date, as an Idaho judge has scheduled a date for next year. Read more here.

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