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Sometimes people share too much on Facebook.....a Derek Medina is now in police custody for doing just that.
Deputies arested Medina after he posted that he killed his wife… and shared a picture of her body on Facebook.
The 31-year-old also posted an apparent confession: "i'm going to prison or death sentence for killing my wife" he said "take care facebook people, you'll see me in the news."
Police found their 10 year old daughter left alone in the home with her mother's body on the kitchen floor. Medina turned himself in to police.
It's an arrest that surprised even police. It happened in the Columbus, Ohio area.
Authorities say Dale Bentley took off after they tried to pull him over, But it's what happened next that had them so surprised.
Police say Bentley's blood alcohol content was three times the legal limit at the time of his arrest.
He's facing several charges including drunk driving, fleeing from officers and speeding.
On Thursday, he pleaded not guilty to operating a vehicle under the influence.
One school in Missouri is testing a bulletproof storm shelter in the classroom to help keep students safe.
The hide-away shelter bolts to the ground and expands from 17 inches wide to a space large enough for 30 students.
The designer says he hopes fema will help pay for them... this shelter costs about 15 thousand dollars... but the interest is also coming from more than just schools.
I always thought ladies weren't attracted to guys who spent their time playing video games. turns out, adult women make up nearly *half* of all gamers according to a new report.
The study by the entertainment software association found women are 45 percent of players -- and 46 percent of the most-frequent game buyers.
That's sharply contrasted by the fact that most games are marketed toward teenage boys and young men.
Industry experts consulted for this story say factors getting more women to play include greater diversity in games, more female characters and greater customization.
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