Breanna Torres

Breanna Torres is both an Onsite news writer, as well as a freelance writer, and is known as a social justice activist within the Black, LGBTQ+, and disabled communities. Born in Houston, Texas, she currently lives in Las Vegas, Nevada with her husband and 4 year old son. In her free time, you can find Breanna spending her day cooking and enjoying food, dancing, and playing video games.

New York Man Sent Estranged Wife Cryptic Message Before Fatally

Throughout the month of January, Heather Wood received multiple harassing and threatening text messages from her estranged husband, Christopher Wood. Though she was still legally married to the 51-year-old, they were legally separated and living apart. According to People, Christopher was confronted by police for stalking, but Heather regretfully never pressed charges. Ava, their daughter […]Read More

Arkansas Pastor And Founder Of Halfway House Accused Of Sexually

In May of 2021, Pastor Thomas Gilman Hartman and his wife founded Wings of Peace, a Christian transitional living facility for those who were released from prison. The purpose of the halfway house was to provide help and support to the previously incarcerated as they transitioned into their new lives while remaining sober. Though he […]Read More

UK Man Sentenced To 11.5 Years In Prison For Hate

In May of last year, a gunmen entered a supermarket in Buffalo, New York and fatally shot teen Black people. Half a year later, in November, another mass shooting in a Colorado Springs LGBT night club took the lives of five and injured twenty-five. Though these murderers, who intentionally targeted marginalized groups of people, were […]Read More

Woman Asleep In Car Wakes Up To Find Stranger Driving

In Columbia County, Wisconsin, a woman who was sleeping in her car parked at a Love’s Truck Stop, while her husband went inside to use the bathroom, woke to a stranger driving at high speeds, NBC 15 reported. Video footage from the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office captured the January 14th pursuit. When the female victim […]Read More

Man Called Mom To Confess To Random Killings At Convenience

On Tuesday, January 24th, at around 3:30 A.M., Jarid Haddock drove to an ARCO gas station in Yakima, Washington. When the 21-year-old pulled on the doors and discovered that they were locked, he walked across the street to a Circle K convenience store. According to CNN, Haddock then fatally shoots two customers that were waiting […]Read More

TSA Investigates After Hacker Found FBI No-Fly List On Unsecured

After terrorist attacks against the United States on September 11th, 2001, a screening program involving airlines was created to compare passenger records with federal data to keep dangerous people from flying to and from the country. Over twenty years later, a hacker, who goes by the name Maia Arson Crimew, infiltrated an unsecured computer server […]Read More

High Speed Chase Ends In The Discovery Of Woman’s Body

On January 18th, at around 10:12 A.M., a Kentucky State Police trooper spotted a vehicle dangerously weaving through traffic on I-75. When officers attempted to pull over the vehicle for driving recklessly, the suspect initially stopped, but then sped off “at a high rate of speed” officials said in a press release. According to Law […]Read More

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