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    Anthony Broadwater after his exoneration on Nov. 25, 2021 Best-selling author Alice Sebold, known for her memoir Lucky as well as novels The Lovely Bones and The Almost Moon, apologized Tuesday to the man she wrongly accused of raping her in 1981 while she was a freshman at Syracuse University.  In a post published on Medium, Sebold said she was “truly sorry” for the charge that left Anthony Broadwater, a Black man, behind bars for 16 years, but nimbly avoided her part in the travesty. She instead indicted the “American legal system.” “My goal in 1982 was justice — not to perpetuate injustice. And certainly not to forever, and irreparably, alter a young man’s life by the very crime that had altered mine," Sebold wrote.  "I will remain sorry for the rest of my life that while pursuing justice through the legal system, my own misfortune resulted in Mr. Broadwater’s unfair conviction for which he has served not only 16 years behind bars but in ways that further serve to wound and stigmatize, nearly a full life sentence," her post in Medium reads.  Prior to Sebold’s public apology, Broadwater told The...
    (CNN)Author Alice Sebold apologized to a man who last week was exonerated of her rape, a crime she wrote about in her memoir "Lucky," but the writer also appeared to place as much blame on a "flawed legal system" as she did on the role she played in his conviction. "First, I want to say that I am truly sorry to Anthony Broadwater and I deeply regret what you have been through," Sebold, the author of "The Lovely Bones," wrote in a statement posted on Medium.com.Broadwater, who has always maintained his innocence, was convicted of the rape in 1982 and spent 16 years in prison. He was denied parole at least five times because he wouldn't admit to a crime he didn't commit, according to his attorneys. He tried at least five times to get the sentence overturned, he told CNN.Last week, a New York State Supreme Court judge exonerated Broadwater and vacated his conviction and other counts related to it. The Onondaga County district attorney joined in the motion to vacate the conviction.He spent years in prison for the...
    ALICE Sebold, author of the 2002 novel, The Lovely Bones, has publicly apologized to the man she accused of raping her back in 1981. Anthony Broadwater served 16 years in prison after being convicted of raping Sebold when she was a student at Syracuse University.   4The Lovely Bones author, Alice Sebold, is publicly apologizing to Anthony Broadwater after he was falsely convicted of raping her in 1981Credit: Getty 4Broadwater served 16 years in prison and was released in 1998Credit: AP Broadwater was released in 1998 but remained on New York’s sex offender registry. However, his conviction was overturned last week after the case was reexamined by prosecutors who found flaws in his arrest and trial.  In a statement on her Medium account, Sebold that she was “truly sorry” to Broadwater and regrets what he has been through. “I know that no apology can change what happened to you and never will.” she wrote, adding that he hopes Broadwater’s family will be “granted the time and privacy to heal.” Broadwater issued his own statement through his lawyers, expressing that he...
    Author Alice Sebold publicly apologized Tuesday to the man who was exonerated last week in the 1981 rape that was the basis for her memoir "Lucky" and said she was struggling with the role she played "within a system that sent an innocent man to jail." Anthony Broadwater, 61, was convicted in 1982 of raping Sebold when she was a student at Syracuse University. He served 16 years in prison. His conviction was overturned Nov. 22 after prosecutors reexamined the case and determined there were serious flaws in his arrest and trial. In a statement released to The Associated Press and later posted on Medium, Sebold, the author of the novels "The Lovely Bones" and "The Almost Moon," wrote to Broadwater that she was truly sorry for what he'd been through. MAN CONVICTED OF RAPING BESTSELLING AUTHOR ALICE SEBOLD EXONERATED AFTER FILM PRODUCER FINDS INCONSISTENCIES "I am sorry most of all for the fact that the life you could have led was unjustly robbed from you, and I know that no apology can change what happened to you and never...
    By Karen Matthews | Associated Press NEW YORK — Author Alice Sebold apologized Tuesday to the man who was exonerated last week in the 1981 rape that was the basis for her memoir “Lucky” and said she was struggling with the role she played “within a system that sent an innocent man to jail.” Anthony Broadwater, 61, was convicted in 1982 of raping Sebold when she was a student at Syracuse University. He served 16 years in prison. His conviction was overturned on Nov. 22 after prosecutors reexamined the case and determined there were serious flaws in his arrest and trial. In a statement released to The Associated Press and later posted on Medium, Sebold, the author of the novels “The Lovely Bones” and “The Almost Moon,” said that as a “traumatized 18-year-old rape victim” she chose to put her faith in the American legal system. “My goal in 1982 was justice – not to perpetuate injustice,” Sebold said. “And certainly not to forever, and irreparably, alter a young man’s life by the very crime that had altered mine.” Melissa...
    Alice Sebold, the best-selling author whose popular memoir, Lucky, revolved around her 1981 rape outside Syracuse University, apologized Tuesday to the man she had accused in that case, saying she “deeply regret[ted]” what he had been through. The man Sebold accused of raping her, Anthony Broadwater, was exonerated last week after a judge ruled that the prosecution had been deeply flawed. Broadwater spent 16 years in prison after Sebold identified him as her attacker, and has struggled to hold down a job and maintain relationships in the two decades since his release. Sebold had remained silent throughout Broadwater’s exoneration process. In her statement Tuesday, she said it had taken her the eight day since his conviction was overturned to “comprehend how this could have happened.” “I will continue to struggle with the role that I unwittingly played within a system that sent an innocent man to jail,” she wrote in a Medium post. “I will also grapple with the fact that my rapist will, in all likelihood, never be known, may have gone on to rape other women, and certainly...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Author Alice Sebold apologized Tuesday to the man who was exonerated last week in the 1981 rape that was the basis for her memoir “Lucky” and said she was struggling with the role she played “within a system that sent an innocent man to jail.” Anthony Broadwater, 61, was convicted in 1982 of raping Sebold when she was a student at Syracuse University. He served 16 years in prison. His conviction was overturned on Nov. 22 after prosecutors reexamined the case and determined there were serious flaws in his arrest and trial. In a statement released to The Associated Press on Tuesday, Sebold, the author of the novels “The Lovely Bones” and “The Almost Moon,” said that as a “traumatized 18-year-old rape victim” she chose to put her faith in the American legal system. “My goal in 1982 was justice – not to perpetuate injustice,” Sebold said. “And certainly not to forever, and irreparably, alter a young man’s life by the very crime that had altered mine.” Melissa Swartz, an attorney for Broadwater, said he had...
    Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images Victoria Pedretti, the star of Netflix’s You, has exited the upcoming film adaption of Alice Sebold’s Lucky after the man accused of raping the author had his conviction overturned. New York State Supreme Court Justice Gordon Cuffy exonerated Anthony Broadwater on Nov. 22 after he was wrongfully accused of the 1981 rape of The Lovely Bones author. Pedretti was set to star in Lucky, based on Sebold’s 1999 memoir of the same name, which details the author’s rape while she was a freshman at Syracuse University. Pedretti left the production following the exoneration, according to Variety.  Executive producer Timothy Mucciante had previously left the production in June after he began to question the story, as he found “discrepancies between the memoir and the script,” according to the New York Times.  “I started having some doubts, not about the story that Alice told about her assault, which was tragic, but the second part of her book about the trial, which didn’t hang together,” Mucciante told the Times. He even hired a private investigator, Dan Myers, who found evidence pointing to Broadwater’s innocence and...
    Author Alice Sebold’s movie project about her 1981 rape is imploding after a producer’s personal investigation of the incident led to exoneration for the man who was convicted for it. Sebold, best known for her novel The Lovely Bones, was working on adapting her 1999 memoir Lucky, which centered on her rape at age 18 during her freshman year at Syracuse University. Timothy Mucciante, who was executive producing the Lucky film, left the project this summer entertaining doubts about the story, according to a report by the New York Times. Mucciante “began to question the story that the movie was based on earlier this year, after he noticed discrepancies between the memoir and the script,” NYT reporters Karen Zraick and Alexandra Alter wrote. He left the project in June and even hired a private investigator to look into the evidence against Anthony Broadwater, the black man who was convicted of first-degree rape and five other charges in the 1981 investigation. He spent 16 years in prison before being released in 1998. Mucciante says he does not doubt Sebold was brutally sexually assaulted, but he became convinced of Broadwater’s innocence based on...
    You star Victoria Pedretti has reportedly dropped out of Alice's Sebold's new movie, news that has come after the man the author accused of rape in 1981 was exonerated earlier this week. The Netflix star, 26, who is best known for playing Love Quinn in You, was set to star in a movie adaptation of Sebold's memoir by the same name, Lucky, which details her 1981 rape story at Syracuse University when she was a freshman. It has also been revealed that the movie was dropped after losing all its financing months ago, a source close to production told Variety, which reported that Pedretti is 'no longer involved' with the project.  The news comes just days after the man Sebold accused of rape, Anthony Broadwater, 61, was exonerated.  Victoria Pedretti, 26, is 'no longer involved' in the film adaptation of Alice Sebold's memoir Lucky, which details her 1981 rape story at Syracuse University  Pedretti  is best known for her role as Love Quinn (right) in the Netflix hit You Revelations that led to Broadwater's exoneration came after Executive Producer  Timothy...
    Acclaimed novelist Alice Sebold was a first-year student at Syracuse University in upstate New York when she was raped at knifepoint in May 1981.  The terrifying ordeal would come to define her writing career.  Her most famous novel, The Lovely Bones — later turned into a feature film starring Saoirse Ronan — is about a girl who is raped and murdered.  And Sebold’s memoir, Lucky, ploughed the same shocking literary furrow, the cover declaring: ‘In the tunnel where I was raped, a girl had been murdered and dismembered. I was told this story by the police. In comparison, they said, I was lucky.’  Critics rhapsodised about her unflinching description of the rape, her determination to wrest her life back from her attacker, as well as her ‘courage to speak the unspeakable’.  Acclaimed novelist Alice Sebold's terrifying ordeal would come to define her writing career with her most famous novel, The Lovely Bones, published in 2002 That she should be able to use a tragedy that might have ruined her life as the inspiration for a glittering literary career seemed entirely just. ...
    A black man was cleared of a rape charge after spending 47 years behind bars after the white victim of the attack admitted she might have identified the wrong person. A judge vacated Tyrone Clark’s 1974 conviction for raping Anne Kane on Tuesday, just a day after another black man wrongly accused of raping author Alice Sebold was exonerated. Clark gave his first interview to DailyMail.com on Thursday, a day after leaving prison, saying: 'I’m so happy to be out. I can’t think about the past. I just have to try to move on and take it one day at a time. I thank God for answering my prayers that I got out, because I didn’t think I was going to get out.’ Clark also shared his sympathy for Anthony Broadwater, 61, who spent 16 years behind bars for the rape of The Lovely Bones author Sebold. Broadwater was exonerated by a court on Wednesday - the day after Clark was cleared - after he too was revealed to have been the victim of an identification mix-up.  Clark said of...
    (CNN)For decades, throughout his years in prison and even after he was released, Anthony Broadwater insisted he was innocent of the rape of "The Lovely Bones" author Alice Sebold, a crime she described in her memoir, "Lucky."Convicted in 1982, Broadwater spent more than 16 years in prison. He was denied parole at least five times because he wouldn't admit to a crime he didn't commit, according to his attorneys. And he passed two lie detector tests.Broadwater, 61, tried five times to get the conviction overturned. And even after he was released, he didn't give up. But it didn't happen -- until Monday, when New York State Supreme Court Justice Gordon Cuffy vacated the rape conviction and other counts related to it. The Onondaga County District Attorney joined in the motion to vacate the conviction. Sebold described the rape, which happened when she was a freshman at Syracuse University in 1981, in painstaking detail in her memoir. It was published in 1999, the year after Broadwater's release from prison.Read MoreAlmost five months after she was raped, Sebold saw Broadwater on the...
    Private investigator Dan Myers says he knows the identity of the man who raped Lovely Bones author Alice Sebold The private investigator who helped prove Anthony Broadwater's innocence in the 1981 rape of author Alice Sebold says he's learned the name of a man who may be the real rapist – and is calling for the criminal case to now be reopened. In an exclusive interview with DailyMail.com, investigator Dan Myers said a detective who was involved in the original investigation gave him the name of a suspect, who was locked up for committing another sex crime around the time of Sebold's rape.  That man now lives in Syracuse and is listed on New York's sex offender registry, Myers has discovered. 'I know he does still exist,' Myers said. 'He definitely did time in prison, and he's now out.' Broadwater, 61, was convicted of raping Sebold in 1982. He spent 16 years in prison and was released in 1998.  On Monday, his conviction was overturned after a producer working on a film adaptation of Lucky, Sebold's memoir about the rape,...
    A man convicted of raping best-selling author Alice Sebold 40 years ago was exonerated following a producer working on a film adaptation of the writer's memoir finding inconsistencies with the story.  "I’ve been crying tears of joy and relief the last couple of days," Anthony Broadwater, 61, told The Associated Press on Tuesday. "I’m so elated, the cold can’t even keep me cold." Anthony Broadwater, who spent 16 years in prison, was cleared Monday by a judge of raping Sebold when she was a student at Syracuse University, an assault she wrote about in her 1999 memoir, "Lucky." The memoir preceded Sebold’s book, "The Lovely Bones," which became a bestseller after its release in 2002 and was later made into a movie.  FLORIDA'S 'GROVELAND FOUR' EXONERATED MORE THAN 70 YEARS AFTER BEING ACCUSED OF RAPING WHITE GIRL The exoneration comes after a producer working on a film adaptation of the memoir became skeptical that Broadwater was a guilty man. Initial media reports stated the adaptation of "Lucky" was a Netflix project, but the streaming and production company said it is...
    SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) — A rape conviction at the center of a memoir by award-winning author Alice Sebold has been overturned because of what authorities determined were serious flaws with the 1982 prosecution and concerns the wrong man had been sent to jail. Anthony Broadwater, who spent 16 years in prison, was cleared Monday by a judge of raping Sebold when she was a student at Syracuse University, an assault she wrote about in her 1999 memoir, “Lucky.” He shook with emotion, sobbing as his head fell into his hands, as a judge in Syracuse vacated his conviction at the request of prosecutors. “I never, ever, ever thought I would see the day that I would be exonerated,” Broadwater, 61, said after court, The Post-Standard of Syracuse reported. Onondaga County District Attorney William Fitzpatrick told state Supreme Court Justice Gordon Cuffy at the court hearing that Broadwater’s prosecution was an injustice. “I’m not going to sully this proceeding by saying, ‘I’m sorry.’ That doesn’t cut it,” Fitzpatrick said. “This should never have happened.” Sebold, 58, wrote in “Lucky”...
    BROWNSVILLE, Pa. (KDKA) – State police and humane agents say they found 13 dogs living in deplorable conditions at a home in Fayette County. But family members of the man accused of mistreating the dogs say the charges are overblown. James Edward Holcomb Jr.’s family says the 44-year-old loves his dogs and would never do anything to hurt them. But humane agents and state police say the animals were neglected and tortured. READ MORE: State Officials Warn Identity Theft Is Aiding Fraudsters Make False Unemployment Claims When state police showed up at the Brownsville home they say they were overcome by the scent of dog feces and urine and they say what their eyes saw was shocking. “It was just a sad sight to see,” said Trooper Robert Broadwater. According to troopers and state humane officers, some six adult dogs and seven puppies were living in conditions that were inhumane, cruel and deplorable. “The one dog couldn’t even walk in its own little enclosure because of feces and everything else to the point it was sitting on top of the...
    Following a week-long search by law enforcement, a suspect who allegedly attacked another individual at a Little Caesars restaurant in Augusta, Georgia, is in custody. “Records from the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office say that 25-year-old Brittany Kennedy was arrested Tuesday,” Fox 5 reported Wednesday. She was wanted on charges of battery since May 17, when deputies responded to the eatery in reference to a fight. Posted by Richmond County Sheriffs Office – Georgia on Wednesday, May 26, 2021 The brawl happened at about 4:00 p.m. when Kennedy allegedly confronted Emily Broadwater, 22, and pulled a chair out from under her, according to the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office. Cellphone video of the incident showed someone pull a toddler away from the two women. “Move the baby, move the baby!” a person shouted as Broadwater appeared to scream and tried to fight back. @AsianPatDixon @censoreddottv@HeWasntJogging Look at all the bleeps stand around and do NOTHING. This animal deserves to be in a cage the rest of her pathetic life. pic.twitter.com/R77ijFpOnK — cristianjesus (@cristjdiaz) May 18, 2021 Moments later, she was dragged out...
    THE woman seen on tape dragging another woman by her hair and then pummeling her outside a Little Caesars in Georgia has been arrested, police said. Brittany Breann Kennedy, 25, was taken into custody on Tuesday and was charged with aggravated assault, kidnapping and criminal damage after she pummelled Emily Broadwater, 22, on May 17 in Augusta. 4Brittany Breann Kennedy, the woman seen on video brutally attacking another woman at a Little Caesar's, has been arrestedCredit: Richmond County Sheriff's Office 4Kennedy was seen dragging Broadwater out of the store by her hairCredit: Facebook The Richmond County Sheriff’s Office posted on Facebook that Kennedy was taken into custody following viral cellphone footage showing her fracas with Broadwater. Kennedy was caught on tape yanking a chair from under Broadwater and pulling her out of the store by her hair as Broadwater screamed and tried to fight back. Kennedy then proceeds to stomp on and punch Broadwater in the face and head once outside. When Broadwater finally comes to her feet, her bloodied face is seen while she screams "my baby" in reference...
    A Georgia woman has been arrested in connection with the brutal beating of another customer in a Little Caesars restaurant that was filmed and posted on social media. The Richmond County Sheriff’s Office announced on Facebook that they had arrested 25-year-old Brittany Kennedy with assistance from U.S. Marshals, Fox News reported Wednesday. Kennedy was charged with aggravated assault and kidnapping for violently attacking 22-year-old Emily Broadwater, along with a charge for criminal damage to property, according to Fox News. Kennedy was caught on a cell phone video earlier in May in a Little Caesars restaurant in Georgia grabbing Broadwater by the hair and striking her in the head several times before dragging her outside and stomping on her head. (RELATED: Police Arrest Teacher After Allegedly Attacking Several People At A Bar, Taking Chunk Of Woman’s Hair Out) Video of the incident also showed a small child on the leg of Broadwater during the attack before being removed by an employee. The fight reportedly first started at a home before it continued to the restaurant, the New York Post (NYP)...
    More On: assaults Wild video shows drunken brawl at water park that left woman unconscious Suspect in subway shoving of Asian man ‘nonchalantly’ walked off: sources Video shows food delivery worker randomly attacked in Hell’s Kitchen Pic shows flight attendant’s gnarly injuries after unruly passenger knocked out two teeth The female suspect caught on camera giving an epic beatdown to another woman at a Little Caesars in Georgia has been arrested, authorities said. Brittany Breann Kennedy, 25, was taken into custody Tuesday on charges of aggravated assault, kidnapping and criminal damage to property in the pummeling of Emily Broadwater, 22, on May 17 at the restaurant in Augusta, according to the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office. Viral cellphone footage of the beating that began inside as Kennedy allegedly yanked a chair out from beneath Broadwater showed the victim screaming for help as her attacker held onto her hair and walloped her several times. A toddler then grabbed at Broadwater, who Kennedy dragged out of the pizza shop by her hair, the intense clip shows. Kennedy also stomped on the woman’s...
    The hunt for a woman seen on video brutally beating another woman inside a Little Caesars restaurant in Augusta, Georgia, last week ended Tuesday with her arrest, authorities said. Brittany Kennedy, 25, was located on the 300 block of Calvary Drive and taken into custody by the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office and U.S. Marshals, the sheriff’s office said in a press release.  SOUTH CAROLINA MURDER SUSPECT CAPTURED AFTER WEEK-LONG MANHUNT BY FORCE OF 300 OFFICERS Kennedy had been wanted since May 17, when she allegedly beat 22-year-old Emily Broadwater at the restaurant. The confrontation unfolded just after 4 p.m. when Kennedy pulled Broadwater’s chair out from under her, according to a sheriff’s case report. Kennedy was arrested Tuesday after a week-long search and charged with aggravated assault, kidnapping and criminal damage to property in the second degree. (Richmond County Sheriff's Office) A bystander recorded the incident and posted video online showing Kennedy repeatedly punching Broadwater in the face before dragging her outside and stomping on her head two times.  No one at the restaurant appeared to try breaking up...
    A wild brawl causing the savage beatdown of a woman in a Georgia Little Caesars ended with the suspect dragging the victim by the hair out of the store, according to a video. The brawl took place around 4:00 p.m. Monday at the Augusta, Georgia, fast-food joint when Brittany Kennedy, 25, allegedly confronted Emily Broadwater, 22, and yanked a chair out from under her, the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office told the New York Post. The video, taken by a bystander, showed the victim scrambling and screaming on the floor while the suspect pulled her by the hair and punched her repeatedly. Women brawl at Little Caesars in wild video https://t.co/q7WzWAQgah pic.twitter.com/fKoE32UnNQ — New York Post (@nypost) May 18, 2021 At one point, a toddler wearing a pink bow tried to break up the fight, while the bystander shouted, “Move the baby! Move the baby!” No one else inside Little Caesars attempted to break up the fight, although the bystander pulled the little girl away from the scene. While Broadwater attempted to fight back, Kennedy allegedly punched her 20 times until Broadwater’s face was...
    A Georgia woman remained at large on Wednesday after she was allegedly caught on video brutally beating another woman inside a Little Caesars restaurant earlier this week, authorities said. Brittany Kennedy, 25, fled the establishment in Augusta on Monday after allegedly confronting the victim, 22-year-old Emily Broadwater, and leaving her bloodied, the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office said.  WARNING: GRAPHIC VIDEO BELOW  VideoKennedy, who is wanted for battery, was not at her home when deputies began the search for her following the attack. Sgt. William McCarty with the sheriff's office told Fox News on Wednesday that authorities are "making an active and concerted effort to locate her" and are confident they will do so. CALIFORNIA MAN CHARGED WITH TRYING TO KILL ESTRANGED WIFE AT SON'S FOOTBALL GAME Little Caesars provided Fox News with footage from the restaurant following the attack, showing staff members using a first aid kit to help Broadwater as she waited for deputies to arrive. The confrontation unfolded just after 4 p.m. inside the Little Caesars. A bystander filmed the assault, which has since gone viral online. Deputies...
    Footage captured a woman brutally beating a mother in a Little Caesar’s restaurant in Georgia on Monday, while bystanders did nothing to help the victim. Brittany Kennedy allegedly grabbed the mother, Emily Broadwater, by the hair and repeatedly bashed her head before dragging her outside the restaurant, according to a police report from the Richmond County Sheriff’s office. The video also shows a little girl walking toward the victim as a bystander shouts for someone to move the child away. At the end of the attack, Broadwater cried “My baby, my baby,” while her face was covered in blood. One of the deputies responding to the scene attempted to track Kennedy without success, according to the report. Kennedy is still at large and wanted for battery. @AsianPatDixon @censoreddottv@HeWasntJogging Look at all the bleeps stand around and do NOTHING. This animal deserves to be in a cage the rest of her pathetic life. pic.twitter.com/R77ijFpOnK — cristianjesus (@cristjdiaz) May 18, 2021 The deputy who responded to the incident said surveillance footage shows Kennedy pulling Broadwater’s seat from underneath her shortly after entering...
    Police are on the hunt for a Georgia woman after she was caught on video brutally beating a young mother in a Little Caesars before dragging her by her hair and stomping on her head. Brittany Kennedy, 25, is wanted for battery over the attack on 22-year-old Emily Broadwater in the Little Caesars in Augusta on Monday afternoon.  Police said they were still searching for Kennedy as of Wednesday morning.   Authorities say the ordeal broke out after Kennedy allegedly confronted the victim inside the restaurant and pulled a chair out from underneath her.    Footage of the fight, which quickly went viral on social media, shows Kennedy grabbing Broadwater by her hair and punching her repeatedly in the face.  Scroll down for video  Brittany Kennedy, 25, is wanted for battery over the attack on 22-year-old Emily Broadwater in the Little Caesars in Augusta, Georgia on Monday afternoon At one point, the victim's toddler daughter rushed over and tried help her mother as she was being beaten.  A Little Caesars employee grabbed the child as a bystander could be heard screaming: 'Move the baby. Move the baby.' ...
    A Georgia woman is wanted for battery in the alleged beating of another woman this week at a Little Caesars restaurant in Augusta, according to authorities.  Deputies responded to the restaurant just after 4 p.m. Monday in reference to a fight in progress, according to authorities.  The fight took place after the suspect, identified as Brittany Kennedy, 25, allegedly confronted the victim, Emily Broadwater, 22, at the establishment and pulled a chair out from underneath her, according to the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office. POLICE RESPONDING TO KIDNAPPING REPORT KILL MAN IN GEORGIA Video of the incident shows Kennedy allegedly grabbing Broadwater by her hair and punching her repeatedly in the head. At one point, a child with a pink bow appears to grab at the victim, as someone shouts, "Move the baby! Move the baby!" The footage later shows Kennedy dragging Broadwater out the front door of the establishment by her hair and throwing her on the ground outside. She then stomps on the victim's head at least two times, according to the video. Brittany Kennedy, 25, is wanted for battery...
    IN a shocking video, a mom was dragged out of a Little Caesars by her hair and stamped on in front of her child while screaming "my baby." The brutal attack occurred at the popular pizza chain on Monday in Augusta, Georgia. 4According to Augusta Crime, the suspect Brittany Kennedy attacked victim Emily Broadwater.Credit: Facebook 4When she manages to stand up, Broadwater's face is bloodied and she screams "my baby" referring to the child with her at the beginning of the video.Credit: Facebook According to Augusta Crime, the suspect Brittany Kennedy attacked victim Emily Broadwater. The video shows Kennedy pulling Broadwater by her hair out of the establishment while she screams and attempts to fight back. Once outside, Kennedy stomps on and punches Broadwater's face and head. When she manages to stand up, Broadwater's face is bloodied and she screams "my baby" referring to the child with her at the beginning of the video. 4She shared a message about the video along with a selfie and photo of a car with a smashed window.Credit: Emily Broadwater/Facebook...
    More On: fights Here’s which animals Americans think they can beat in a fight Target stops selling sports, Pokémon cards after parking lot fight Florida man cuffed after getting ‘enraged’ during fight about Tom Brady A good, old-fashioned gas-whooping: Video shows wild fight at fuel station amid crisis The savage beatdown of a woman in a Little Caesars in Georgia was caught on video — showing the suspect dragging the victim out of the pizza shop by her hair and a toddler jumping in to stop the fight. The wild brawl broke out at about 4 p.m. at the Augusta eatery when Brittany Kennedy 25, allegedly confronted Emily Broadwater, 22, yanking the chair out from underneath her, according to the Richmond County Sheriff’s office. The viral video, which was taken by a bystander and posted on Twitter, shows Broadwater scrambling on the ground and screaming as Kennedy — who has the victim by the hair — pummels her repeatedly. At one point, a toddler with a pink bow in her hair throws herself into the fray, as the bystander...
    DONORA, Pa. (KDKA) — State police are still trying to find who killed a man inside a Donora convenience store. Officials say 28-year-old Nicholas Tarpley was killed inside Anna Lee’s Convenience Store on Allen Avenue on Wednesday. Tarpley was part-owner and was working when he was killed. READ MORE: Former Administrator At Mt. Lebanon Rehab and Wellness Center Indicted On Federal Charges State police are asking the community for help as they have no suspect description. Police feel someone knows something. “Right now, we’re looking into some leads to help possibly identify a suspect or suspects,” Trooper Robert Broadwater said. (Photo Credit: KDKA) Investigators said there are no signs of a burglary, but they are not sure what led to the gunfire. Police also do not know how many people were inside the store. “We just don’t know if it was just random or if it was planned,” Trooper Broadwater said. The hope is someone in the surrounding homes saw or heard something. READ MORE: Dannielle Brown, Mother Of Duquesne Student Who Fell To His Death, Taken To Hospital On...
    BROWNSVILLE, Pa. (KDKA) – State police say what happened at the apartment on Middle Street in Brownsville, Fayette County began with a visitor in the middle of the night. Trooper Robert Broadwater told KDKA, “The victim in this case received a knock on the door, more of a pounding, an agitated pounding we’ll say.” According to troopers, when the man got to the door, he found a very drunk and angry 24-year-old Nancy Jane Hawthorne at the door, the bottom of it kicked out. Broadwater said Hawthorne believed there was a female in the house, perhaps a new girlfriend. State Police say 24 year old Nancy Hawthorne hit her ex-boyfriend with her car after she allegedly showed up drunk at his apartment.The victim told her to go home instead she allegedly pinned the victim against another car before fleeing the scene. More details tonight on KD. pic.twitter.com/vO6Gh4nu9t — Ross Guidotti (@RossGuidotti) January 12, 2021 Troopers say the man who answered tried to calm things down, getting Hawthorne to her vehicle to head home. Instead, Broadwater says...
    NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) – A retired Fort Worth police officer is hoping to encourage conversations about mental health using a medium that many people relate to – music. Tegan Broadwater is a former undercover police officer who has always had a passion for music. After leaving police work, he started pursing his musical career but still wanted to do something that was impactful within his community, so he wrote a song called ‘BLAME,’ under his musician name ‘Tee Cad,’ which tackles the many questions that arise after a tragedy occurs. Watch the BLAME music video “I got to a point where I wanted to start making a difference again – because with police work you are able to go out every day and feel like you are making a difference,” Broadwater says. “So, I started reigniting my musical endeavors.” The music video for ‘BLAME’ features up-and-coming rapper “Lou Charle$” and follows the true-life story of a Southlake teen named Reed Bartosh. Broadwater says he knew the family well and witnessed first-hand Bartosh’s battle with anxiety, depression and eventually...
    Police officers from the Orange County sheriff’s department in Southern California have collected presents to give to children in need in order to give back to the community during the holidays. The presents collected will be delivered to the children’s shelter, Orangewood Children’s Home, CBS Minnesota reported. The children’s home is a safe haven for children who have been orphaned, abused, or uncared for. Orange County Ca. Deputy Abandoned As An Infant Helps Bring Christmas Gifts To Same Children’s Shelter Where He Was Taken https://t.co/kSHKi5UeMa — Blue Lives Matter (@RetiredNYCPD) December 23, 2020 For Deputy Josh Broadwater, the toy drive hits home the most as he spent some time at the Orangewood Children’s Home. As an infant, Broadwater was left in the restroom of a gas station in Anaheim, Calif., with a note that read, “Please love me.” Broadwater was then taken to the Orangewood Children’s Home. Since then, any change the deputy gets, he tries to give back as a way to honor where he came from, and where he is now. “For me, being where a lot of these...
    ORANGE, Calif. (CBS Los Angeles) — Deputies in Southern California are going beyond the call of duty to give back to the community just in time for the holidays. For one deputy in particular, the initiative is deeply personal. There’s a room filled with Christmas presents on the second floor at the Orange County sheriff’s headquarters. Every single one of those gifts is going to the children at Orangewood Children’s Home, a shelter for children who have been abused, neglected, or abandoned. The toy drive tugs especially at the heart of deputy Josh Broadwater, who was abandoned as a baby and spent some time at that same shelter. “For me, being where a lot of these kids are — I’ve been there,” he tells CBSLA. Broadwater, 47 years ago, was left inside the restroom at an Anaheim gas station with a note attached to a blanket that said, “Please love me.” The LA Times even published a story on the incident. “The infant was wrapped in a blanket, had a full bottle of milk, a can of formula, and a box...
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