crime

Plundering Periscope Perpetrator

This thief decided to live stream their crime to Periscope. The burglary was also posted to two Dutch websites. In the video, you can see the perpetrator break a glass door and enter a home. The suspect proceeded to plumage through the resident's belonging. Gives us your opinions on this story on our Facebook pageView Now

Thief Steals Bearded Dragon & Criminal Cleans House in the Cleaning Section

Two very  strange crimes resulted in one returned reptile and a lot of missing bleach. A young man went into a pet shop in Australia and stuffed a bearded dragon in his pocket; two days later the bearded dragon was returned. Another strange criminal was spotted in England stealing cleaning supplies from a store; the cleaning supplies and the robber have not yet been found. View Now

Selfie Stick Scuffle in Sydney

Check out this selfie-stick brawl that broke out on a boat in Sydney. Two dudes get heated when their photo perfection is interrupted by other passengers on the yacht. Do you think this video is real or fake? View Now

Suspected Drunk Drivers Crash, Captured by Cops

Check out this crash scene that happened in Torrance, California. This elderly male driver crashed into two vehicles that were parked at a DUI checkpoint, sending one into oncoming traffic. One person was injured and taken in an ambulance to the hospital. The driver was given a field sobriety test but not arrested for a DUI. Then watch this footage from Lithuania of a high-speed police chase of a suspected drunk driver. The driver led police on a cross-country trip through farms and forest land before eventually crashing on a dirt road. It was later discovered that the driver had already had his driving privileges revoked.  View Now

Selfie Stick Scuffle in Sydney

Check out this selfie-stick brawl that broke out on a boat in Sydney. Two dudes get heated when their photo perfection is interrupted by other passengers on the yacht. Do you think this video is real or fake? View Now

Suspected Drunk Drivers Crash, Captured by Cops

Check out this crash scene that happened in Torrance, California. This elderly male driver crashed into two vehicles that were parked at a DUI checkpoint, sending one into oncoming traffic. One person was injured and taken in an ambulance to the hospital. The driver was given a field sobriety test but not arrested for a DUI. Then watch this footage from Lithuania of a high-speed police chase of a suspected drunk driver. View Now

Man Attacks Officer With Knife & Teens Ripoff Convenience Store

Two violent crimes in the UK and Australia were caught on camera, one of which has been resolved. Last March, a man wielding a knife lunged at a police officer. One officer was stabbed in his vest, while the other apprehended the knifeman. The criminal in this case received three-and-a-half years in prison, but the robbers in Australia have not yet been caught. They were seen on camera stealing from a convenience store, easily breaking through the protective partition at the cashier's desk, stealing cash and cigarettes. View Now

Car Crook Captured in China Thanks to Social Media

Eric Ong took to social media to help his brother Joe Ong locate his stolen white Honda Civic in China. Eric posted a plea for help on Facebook and people helped trace the thief online. Joe left his vehicle at a car wash with his credit card inside. When he came back to get it he was told it had been driven off by, "his friend." The credit card was used twice at Johor Bahru Mall and Eric was able to get security camera footage to help the social media hunt intensify. Facebook users reported seeing it driving around with new plates at a Port, school, mall and Hotel. View Now

GRAPHIC: Bodycam Footage of Fatal Sam Dubose Shooting

WARNING: View Discretion Advised. Police bodycam footage has been officially released showing the moment Samuel DuBose was shot and killed by University of Cincinnati Police Officer Ray Tensing. DuBose was pulled over by Officer Tensing on July 19 for driving without a front license plate, but an inability to produce a driver's license would lead to DuBose's death. In this hard-to-watch footage you can see Tensing reach inside the car for Dubose's seatbelt before shooting Dubose in the head. Tensing was indicted for murder and has since turned himself in to authorities. View Now

Violent Street Fights in Australia & Computer Thefts in South Africa

A group of teenagers got involved in a street fight in Western Australia, one of which was knocked unconscious and left on the ground. 7 News caught up with the young man left on the ground, who said if he was given a do-over, he would fight again, but not on the street. Meanwhile, some criminals went on a two-hour crime spree that ended in a gunfight with local authorities. View Now

'Look at Me Son, I'm Talking to You!' It's the Best Crime Stoppers Report Ever

Stelly's Supermarket happens to be one of the St. Landry Parish (Louisiana) Sheriff's favorite places to eat. So to the guy who decided to rob it, bad move buddy! Going by the demeanor of this tough-talking Louisiana Sheriff's Lieutenant, in what may be the greatest Crime Stoppers report ever, that dude is numero uno on their Most Wanted list. Also, there's nothing that compliments the sweet taste of justice like a cheeseburger, fries and a Coke. View Now

Crime Captured on Camera in Australia

Melbourne police are searching for two suspects who allegedly started a bloody brawl in a hotel. The fight ensued in the gambling area of the hotel and one of the suspects allegedly slashed one patron and one security guard with a knife. Melbourne police are also hunting for this suspect who allegedly ramraided and robbed an electronics boutique. The suspect caused thousands of dollars in damage to the building. The thief was not able to actually steal anything because the tablet was bolted down to a counter and all of the display boxes were empty.  View Now

Footage of Prison Fight Rings in New Zealand Sparks Massive Investigation

Multiple uploads of prison fights at the Mt. Edens Corrections Facility in New Zealand have caused outrage across the country, as the fights, the access to phones to record them, and the ability to upload said videos online shows a major lack of oversight within prison walls. Serco, the private company running the prison, said it intends to do a thorough investigation to determine how all of these fights and subsequent uploads are occuring. View Now

Three Ways To Break Car Windows

These three auto incidents all have one common theme: shattered auto glass. First up, this footage of a crash in Australia involving a truck and a cross over towing a trailer that swerved into the opposite lane. Second, see this windshield shatter when an object struck it in Thailand. Third, you've got to watch this footage of a pack of motorcyclists who smashed in a left rear passenger window of a car on a cross-country road trip.  View Now

Reds Fan Takes Selfie Video While Running On Field, Evades Capture

Justin Buchanan, 19, dashed onto the field during the Cubs-Reds game at the Great American Ballpark and filmed himself the entire time. He hopped over the center field wall and somehow evaded security as he escaped the ballpark scot-free. Well, he would have gotten away with it, but first, he just had to take a selfie... Views from the stands of his great escape. View Now

The Internet Adventure Club Hits a Bump in the Road

Daniel the Pirate from the Internet Adventure Club has been galavanting across the country since he stopped by RightThisMinute last June, but he recently hit a patch of bad luck in Seattle. His car was broken into, and a lot of valuable equipment—and his pasport— was stolen. It's unfortunate that someone out doing good gets rewarded with misfortune, but good things are surely on the horizon for this optimistic adventurer. View Now

Surprising Justice & Heartbreaking Injustice

A group of criminals in Singapore thought they caught a lucky break when a passerby helped them break into a building, but it turns out all they received was a swift dose of justice. A man in Malaysia could use a swift dose of justice, as he attacked his wife when she asked him to buy diapers for their baby. View Now

Fast and Ferocious Cars

First up, Jeremy Clarkson posted this video of himself driving faster than 100 miles per hour in his Ariel Atom. He was speeding down country roads when a resident phoned the police. Clarkson was charged and convicted of dangerous driving. Second, Rett Thompson is selling his dream car. He produced this awesome video to showcase the features 2010 BMW 135i M Sport. He searched really hard to find a car with these exact specifications and the awesome part is it only has 38,000 miles.     View Now

Amateur Hour for These Crooks

Amateur criminals attempt and fail to steal an ATM. They take some chocolate bars as a consolation, then ditched and torched the vehicle. Police said they shouldn't quit their day jobs and shop convenient store owners said they are tired of being targeted. Next, see a woman slice a man's bag open with a blade and steal cash out of it. Little did she know she was being recorded on security surveillance. View Now

Bus Drivers Across China Getting Harassed by Violent Passengers

These three videos may cause you to rethink your next bus ride. A man in China attempted to hijack a bus with a knife, but the driver was able to stop him by spraying the hijacker with a fire extinguisher. Another bus driver could have benefitted from a using a fire extinguisher when they were slapped for telling a passenger not to smoke while riding. But even when busses aren't running bus drivers can't seem to catch a break; one driver in Hong Kong was attacked when a would-be passenger found out the buses were operating on an abnormal schedule.  View Now

Security Cameras Catch These Criminals in the Act

First watch these men rob a jewelry store at gun point. You can see the shop owner try to grab the gun. When he is unsuccessful he cowers behind the jewelry case until he can get inside a closet to hide. Then see a group of men tear apart the products and produce inside a market. They knocked over displays and shelves. All of the action was recorded on the store's security surveillance system.  View Now