Escaped murder suspect Casey White has been captured and his prison guard lover is in the hospital after an 11-day manhunt that spanned multiple states, deputies say. The pair were found at a hotel and were caught after a brief car chase in Evansville, Indiana. Their Ford F-150 overturned and Casey White surrendered. Jailer Vicky White shot herself at some point before she was captured. The extent of her injuries remains unclear. She faces up to 10 years in jail for helping Casey, a confessed killer who was already serving 75 years in prison, run away. The two will be brought back to Lauderdale County, Alabama to face various charges in connection with the escape. Casey will also face outstanding capital murder charges related to a 2015 killing. Lauderdale County Sheriff Rick Singleton thanked investigators from the various national agencies that helped them capture the pair, along with the media for shedding light on the story. 'Most escapes - from a county jail especially - they're not planned. They're just sort of spontaneous. There are no resources available, no plan in place,' he said during a press conference Monday evening. 'This escape was obviously well planned and calculated. They had plenty of resources, had cash,' he said, referring to the cash that Vicky had on her from the recent sale of her home. 'They had plenty of things to pull this off.' Singleton added: 'We got a dangerous man off the streets today. He's never gonna see the light of day again. That's a good thing.' Regarding his employee Vicky White, he said, 'I hope she survives this. She has some answers to give us.' The two had been the target of a nationwide manhunt since April 29 when Vicky White, the assistant director of corrections for the jail in Lauderdale County, helped engineer the escape of Casey White, who was awaiting trial in a capital murder case.
Apple's head of machine learning becomes the most senior figure to quit in protest after being forced to go back to the office three days a week
Ian Goodfellow, who was poached by Apple to head their machine learning division in 2019, is believed to be the most senior employee so far to quit in protest at the return to the office. Staff much be back three days a week from May 28. A survey of Apple workers from April 13-19 found 67 percent saying they were dissatisfied with the return-to-office policy, Fortune reported. And Goodfellow, in his resignation note, said he would not do it. 'I believe strongly that more flexibility would have been the best policy for my team,' he said, according to The Verge .
Nick Cave's son Jethro Lazenby dies aged 30 two days after being released from prison and seven years after the singer's other son Arthur was killed in LSD-fuelled clifftop fall
Nick Cave's son Jethro Lazenby has died aged 30, the musician said today - seven years after the star's 15-year-old son Arthur fell to his death from a cliff in Brighton. Jethro, who lived in Melbourne, had been released from prison on bail two days before he died, having been jailed for kneeing his mother in the face during a row over cigarettes - leaving her 'bruised and bleeding'. 'With much sadness, I can confirm that my son, Jethro, has passed away,' Cave said in a statement this afternoon. 'We would be grateful for family privacy at this time.' The Australian singer, best known as the frontman of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, was first struck by tragedy in July 2015 when Arthur fell 60ft to his death from a cliff in Ovingdean, near Brighton. The 15-year-old, described by his family as a 'beautiful, happy, loving boy', had been taking the hallucinogenic drug LSD, an inquest later heard. Jethro was born to his Melbourne-based model mother Beau Lazenby in 1991, who was in a relationship with Cave at the time. He himself largely worked as a model, while also taking on a number of acting roles. He was released on bail from Melbourne Remand Centre on Thursday after a magistrate ordered he undergo substance abuse treatment and avoid contact with her for two years.
Moment 'drunk' British Lamborghini owner screams 'black b***ards' as LA cops and girlfriend try to calm him down after couple were robbed of two watches including $19,000 Rolex by gang who fled in Rolls Royce
Video obtained by DailyMail.com shows a British-sounding man raving about 'black bastards' as he is being arrested by LA County Sheriff's deputies after authorities say his and his girlfriend's watches - worth about $20,000 were stolen. In the video, the man's girlfriend repeatedly tries to calm him down. Officials say the couple had gotten into a fight in a parking lot on Sunset Strip in West Hollywood in the early morning Monday hours, when they were approached by up to six suspects driving a black Rolls Royce who physically assaulted them. One of the victims was injured in the attack, which saw the suspects get away with a Michael Kors watch worth $1,000 and a Rolex timepiece worth $19,000. It is just the latest in a growing number of jewelry and handbag thefts among the city's wealthiest residents as suspects are being released onto the streets following their arrests.
PICTURED: NYPD cop, 36, who gunned down his wife's 20-year-old 'lover' before killing himself outside a Buffalo Wild Wings after tailing the couple
Off-duty NYPD officer Sean Armstead tailed his wife and a man he suspected she was having an affair with Sunday night. Sources say he cornered the pair outside a Buffalo Wild Wings on Route 211 before chasing down the mystery 'lover' and shooting him dead. The crazed cop then killed himself in the same parking lot, it's believed. Armstead's wife was not thought to have been harmed in the shooting that unfolded around 10:40pm. Town of Wallkill Police confirmed that an investigation was underway but are yet to release further details.
PICTURED: Married Tennessee travel agents 68 and 65 who died alongside Florida man, 64, at Sandals Emerald Bay resort on Exuma: Cops take samples from remains after it was claimed 'air-conditioner leak' may have killed them
Two Americans who died at a Bahamas resort were identified Monday as Michael Phillips, 68, and his wife Robbie Phillips, 65. The third was previously identified as Vincent Paul Chiarell, 64, of Florida. His wife Donnis, found him Friday morning not moving and discovered that she was also paralyzed. She was then airlifted to a hospital in Florida, where authorities say she remains in critical condition. The cause of their sudden deaths remains unknown, and Bahamian officials are now sending samples extracted from their bodies and their rooms to a Philadelphia lab for a toxicology test to determine whether any contaminants were present when they died. Another guest had previously blamed a leaky air conditioner for their deaths.
Mother goes viral with incredible tale of how she left her husband of 14 years for a near stranger she was convinced was her 'soulmate' after one evening chatting at a conference - only for the other man to reject her
Amanda Trenfield (pictured), from Sydney, has gone viral on Twitter after sharing an extract from her memoir. The mother-of-two left her husband of 14 years for her 'soul mate' who then rejected her. She says the days after meeting Jason was a blur as everything else seemed unimportant and less than a month later she left her husband to pursue him despite having had no communication.
REVEALED: Biden's new 'Disinformation' czar pushed debunked Russia collusion claims from Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign that are now at the center of special counsel John Durham's first prosecution of her lawyer
The head of President Joe Biden's new Disinformation Governance Board has a history of pushing now-debunked claims that there are ties between Russia and Donald Trump, old and recently resurfaced tweets reveal. Nina Jankowicz promoted several claims from Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign on Twitter, including allegations that are now being looked into by special counsel John Durham. In November 2016, Jankowicz, a Russian misinformation 'expert,' tweeted: 'Husband texted me 'you have news to wake up to.' Never thought it would be this. Confirms our worst fears about Trump. I am horrified.'
States battle over abortion: New York announces bid to help pregnant women get terminations while Texas says it will STOP those who travel out of state if Roe v. Wade is overturned
While liberal states like New York are promising to receive abortion-seeking patients from other states with open arms if Roe v. Wade is overturned, Texas lawmakers are pushing for a bill to ban residents looking to end their pregnancy in another state from doing so. Though it's unsurprising the 6-3 conservative majority on the high court would look to overturn Roe, a leaked Supreme Court draft opinion last week revealed a majority of justices are in favor of overturning the 1973 landmark abortion case sent shockwaves across the nation and spurred local lawmakers into action. Here's a look at what states have been doing in anticipation of abortion rights being tossed back to the states
Since U Been Gone! Kelly Clarkson celebrates Mother's Day weekend with her two kids - and no ex in sight - as the former flames iron out divorce
DailyMail.com spotted Kelly Clarkson in LA with her daughter River, 7, and son Remington, 6, on Saturday afternoon. The American Idol alum seemed in good spirits and mingled with other moms. She wore a baseball cap with a lion's head logo, leggings and a T-shirt dedicated to late singer Whitney Houston. Her ex-husband Brandon Blackstock was nowhere in sight as the divorced couple iron out their remaining differences. Last week it was revealed that a judge agreed with a request from Brandon for Kelly to disable all security cameras on their Montana ranch, where he is living. The couple split in 2020 after almost seven years of marriage but have bickered heavily over money while sharing legal custody of their kids.
Revealed: General Hospital star Steve Burton's life was in 'chaos' and his marriage under strain before his wife of 23 years fell pregnant to another man
General Hospital star Steve Burton's 23-year-long marriage to Sheree Gustin had been under strain for a while, leading up to his separation announcement last week. On Wednesday, the 51-year-old actor made a post on his Instagram Stories page, saying he and Sheree, 45, who's currently pregnant with her fourth child, were separated and that he was not the father of the baby. Now a source tells PEOPLE the separation was a long time coming: 'Their lives have been in the coasting stage for a while. After a long marriage, it's not that unusual.'
Man, 35, is arrested by NYPD after slashing a 52-year-old homeless man with a knife on Brooklyn subway platform and wrestling him onto the train tracks
Anthony Melendez, 35, was detained on Sunday and charged with assault, reckless endangerment and criminal possession of a weapon following Wednesday's wild attack on a 52-year-old man. Melendez appeared to have left his phone on the ground and his headphones splayed across the platform, and as Angel Trujillo walked by they exchanged words before Melendez then slashed him with a boxcutter. The two began to fight, and Trujillo threw a jacket at Melendez, as a means of self defense. A grocery cart of Melendez's possessions was knocked over. The pair wrestle their way up the platform as bystanders back away, then when Trujillo begins to flee Melendez tackles him and they both topple over the edge of the platform and onto the subway tracks below. Trujillo required stitches to the face and chest after the attack.
Posse of women storm Philly McDonald's kitchen and attack staff after punching female worker who told gang not to call her a 'ho'
A group of women stormed a McDonald's Philadelphia and began attacking the kitchen staff after exchanging words with a worker at the drive-thru when she told the cackling posse not to call her a 'ho.' The viral video posted to World Star captures the moment the driver leans over to hand the worker at the drive-thru payment for their order and punches her instead. The driver yells expletives at the worker and announces to her posse, 'we going in' as she shuts the door and drives off. The video resumes showing the women - who are still cackling - inside the McDonalds kitchen throwing food and throwing punches at workers.
Incredible moment schoolgirl loses her shoe at the starting block, stops to put it back on and still WINS 200m race with seconds to spare
Lay Lay was taking part in a 200m running race when she lost her shoe. Just one second into the race she turned around and went to put it back on. The delay cost her precious seconds but she still carried on running. In what was the race of her life she quickly caught up with her competitors. In the final straight she could be seen powering ahead before ultimately winning.
Is Russia now LOSING in Eastern Ukraine? Putin's Propagandist 'war reporter' dares to criticise generals and says their troops 'can't push out Ukrainian forces' - as US says officers are DISOBEYING orders
War correspondent and Putin propagandist Aleksandr Sladkov (shown left speaking on Monday) made a rare admission of Russia's military struggles in Ukraine, speaking in a video posted to social media late on Monday. He said that Vladimir Putin's so-called special military operation was 'shamefully indecisive', that Russian troops 'can't push out Ukrainian forces', and that Moscow's armies are 'making a feat out of something that should be routine'. Sladkov, a journalist for Russia's state-run Russia-1 TV channel, has in the past been deployed with Putin's forces to make pro-Kremlin military propaganda. The video showing Sladkov speaking negatively about Russia's approach to its invasion - to a camera in a dark room - marks a change in tone from the reporter. The footage also appears to confirm the assessment of a US official on Monday, who said the Russian effort in the Donbas hasn't achieved any significant progress in recent days and continues to face stiff resistance from Ukrainian forces. Pictured right: Scenes from Ukraine's Donbas region.
'I like it so much, mum': Russian brags about using '21 roses' FSB torture method of slicing open Ukrainians' fingers, toes and penis to his mother... who says she would have 'liked it too'
The call, intercepted and published by the Main Intelligence Directorate of Ukraine's Ministry of Defence, was shared by a soldier of Russia's 11th Army Corps - identified as Konstantin Solovyov (left) - and his mother Tatiana Solovyova. The soldier described, in graphic detail, a variety of heinous torture methods used by members of Russia's security service (FSB) on Ukrainian civilians. Some of the tactics included the '21 roses' - stripping the skin back from a man's fingers, toes and penis like the petals of a flower - and the 'barrel' method, when a line of barbed wire is inserted into a prisoner's anus via a tube before being slowly and painstakingly ripped back out. Solovyov, whose unit is deployed near the eastern front in Kharkiv according to Ukraine's MoD, also explained how he and his colleagues in the FSB beat an old man to death for taking photos of Russian troop positions, with his mother's full support (gravesites and the evacuation of Irpin pictured right)
REVEALED: Two 'unruly Mavericks fans tried to give unwanted hugs' to Suns star Chris Paul's family prior to on-air confrontation that resulted in both being ejected
A furious Chris Paul was seen confronting a Mavericks fan who was ejected for alleged verbal and physical altercations with the Suns star's family during Phoenix's playoff loss in Dallas on Sunday. A Mavericks spokesman has since revealed that a pair of 'unruly fans' attempted to give unwanted hugs to Paul's family members and were ejected. Both fans are banned from the arena until 2023. ESPN's Dave McMenamin reported Sunday that multiple fans made contact with Paul's mother, Robin, while his wife, Jada, was shoved. Paul's two sons reportedly witnessed the incident and were frightened. Another source told ESPN that a spectator followed Jada Paul up the aisle when she left her seat during the game. Video has since surfaced on Twitter showing the 37-year-old NBA icon being restrained by Suns assistant coach Mark Bryant as he attempted to confront a male teenager, who appeared to be getting ejected. The fan, who was wearing a Mavericks t-shirt, has not been identified publicly, but was seen being ushered out by security. The Mavericks announced afterwards that the fan had been ejected: 'It was unacceptable behavior and will not be tolerated. The Mavericks, along with American Airlines Center, swiftly removed the fan from today's game.'
EXCLUSIVE: Bad Bunny relaxes on Miami Beach with girlfriend Gabriela Berlingeri after becoming Spotify's most-streamed artist globally in a day with the release of his new album
Reggaetón star Bad Bunny was seen enjoying some much deserved rest and relaxation in Miami over the weekend following a whirlwind week of public appearances. The 28-year-old singer, real name Benito Martinez Ocasio, was snapped Saturday afternoon sunbathing alongside longtime girlfriend Gabriela Berlingeri (pictured) on the beach. The loved-up couple relaxed in a VIP cabana of the Faena Miami Beach, a five-star luxury beachfront hotel, where Gabriela maximized sun exposure in a red thong bikini. Benito, meanwhile, appeared to be avoiding tan lines as he covered up and kept cool under the shaded cabana.
REVEALED: Actor who starred with Harry in eco-travel skit was suspended for saying 'Jews were expendable' and 'Hitler had a right' to 'roast' them in comedy routine
Dave Fane, the creator of animated TV series Bro'Town, appears in Harry's five-minute video as a 'rating agent' who ambushes the British royal as he jogs through California, which doubles as the backdrop for New Zealand woodland. Fane arrives claiming he is meant to be assessing the duke, saying: 'I'm supposed to be rating Harry. You've got Harry Styley and I've got the stylish Harry.' It has now emerged that the 56-year-old comic came under fire for making a string of allegedly racist and homophobic comments at the inaugural Radio Roast in 2010. Fane told an audience at the comedy event that 'Hitler had a right', that 'Jews were expendable', and that HIV sufferers deserved to be 'roasted', Stuff reported. The jokes were so incendiary that at the time, Fane was suspended from his position as host of breakfast radio show Flava for a week, with Radio Network chief executive John McElhinney saying that the remarks were inappropriate even in the context of a 'roast'. Apologising on TV3 to the New Zealand Aids Foundation and New Zealand Jewish Council, Fane said: 'They were dumb words, said by a dumb man.'
Tennis bad boy Denis Shapovalov explodes into an angry on-court meltdown at the Italian Open, furiously screaming at the jeering crowd to 'shut the f*** up' - before insisting 'the fans love me' after beating home favorite Lorenzo Sonego in Rome
Shapovalov lost his cool, was handed a point penalty and was booed by the fans but he overcame all those distractions to beat Italy's Sonego 7-6(5) 3-6 6-3 in his opening match in Rome. The Canadian was given a point penalty after he climbed over the net to point out to the chair umpire the mark on his rival's side of the court, which is prohibited by the ATP rules. After Shapovalov complained about the punishment to the supervisor while being jeered by the fans, he screamed an expletive at the crowd as he believed he was being taunted by one spectator.
Woman, 27, who had a mastectomy and took male hormones for six years is DE-TRANSITIONING back to being female after realizing being a man 'didn't represent who she is'
Alia Ismail, 27, from Michigan, began to use male pronouns and dress more masculine at 18, undergoing a medical transition at the age of 20, and taking hormones to increase testosterone. (left and inset as a man). However, she stopped taking male hormones in February 2021 and is going by the name Alia again (right), as well as having lazer hair removal (right), after realizing her new identity didn't feel right.
Zoe Saldana and Sam Worthington dive back into Avatar: The Way of Water in stunning first teaser for highly-anticipated $250 MILLION sequel after 13 years and eight delays
On Monday, 20th Century Studios released the first teaser trailer for James Cameron's stunning, eight-time delayed sequel Avatar: The Way of Water - which finally hits US theaters on December 16. In it, Na'vi warrior Neytiri (Zoe Saldaña) and disabled former Marine-turned-Na'vi Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) are now proud parents of four children on the alien moon of Pandora.
What a navi-gator! Florida hiker spots huge 8ft alligator scale a wooden park bench before CLIMBING a chain-link fence and tumbling into swamp
Lavonne Phillips, of Bartow, (inset) was sitting at Circle B Bar Reserve in Florida when she heard an eight-foot alligator climbing over a fence (main). She said she didn't even notice the gator until she heard a 'heavy chomping sound' and had even walked past it. 'I didn't actually spot the big gator, that's the scary part. I had my back turned to the opposite side of the bridge,' she said. The alligator managed to climb the fence in 20 seconds and landed face-first into the murky swamp. It was later found hiding under a bridge and hissing, but did not attack humans. Alligators can climb almost anything, including staircases and ladders and can even jump five feet. Florida is home to around 1.3million gators.
Unlucky strike! Incredible moment huge bolt of lightning hits the ground and sets house ablaze as a terrified neighbor gardens in Florida
Rod Murphy, of Sebring, experienced the scare of his life when a bolt of lighting set his neighbor's backyard ablaze. Saturday was just another day for Rod Murphy, of Sebring. He was aware of the rain forecast and had decided to turn off the sprinklers so his plants would not be overwatered. But the timing of his chore proved fateful as he witnessed how a huge lightning bolt struck his neighbor's backyard, with flaming earth erupting from the ground.
Fin-tastic invention! YouTuber builds a custom fish tank STROLLER so he can take his pet goldfish on walks around town with him
Huang 'Jerry' Xiaojie, a YouTuber based in Taipei, has developed a custom fish tank stroller in the hopes of taking his pet goldfish on walks around town with him. The tank portion is made from acrylic and sits in the middle of the stroller, ensuring the goldfish get a 360-degree view during their walks. It comes with a battery-powered filtration system, an air pump to supply the fish with oxygen, and even a lighting system.
This is the heart-melting moment an elephant trumpets and turns around in distress after an antelope pal takes a tumble into a pool and begins to struggle. Elephant Trompita, 60, shares her enclosure with a group of antelopes at La Aurora Zoo, Guatemala City. Footage captured by visitor Maria Isabel Diaz Ruiz de Llarena shows Trompita do everything she can to help the antelope as it thrashes around in the water. She wails, turns around in distress and even appears to offer her trunk to pull the animal out of the pond. Maria posted the video on Facebook and wrote: 'Today, I was lucky enough to witness something very beautiful. An elephant seemed desperate to warn zookeepers that an antelope was drowning. In the end, it was rescued by a brave worker.'
Erica Mallett, who goes by @erica_mallett on TikTok, shared an innocent-sounding question with her followers to gauge their reaction: 'You don't truly know someone until you've asked them'. 'You could have known them for 10, 15 years. You could feel like you know them inside out but the answer to this question will change everything you think you knew about them.' So what was the question?
The aim of the New Horizon Studio, which has opened in Montana in the US, is to build vehicles for future customers who want or need to travel over terrains which are challenging for conventional ground vehicles. It will focus on the development of Ultimate Mobility Vehicles (UMVs), including a car with legs that can simply walk over anything it struggles to drive over. The South Korean firm previously showcased designs for UMVs at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in 2019. The Elevate concept, which resembles the All Terrain Armoured Transport (AT-AT) walkers found in the Star Wars universe, combines a traditional wheel with a leg that unfolds for dangerous terrain.