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Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Police find a body in the sea near spot where British animal trainer went missing during a night out in Tenerife

Police carrying out a search in Tenerife have found a woman's body near the spot where a British animal trainer disappeared.

28-year-old Amy Gerard, who was originally from Grimsby, went missing in the early hours of Friday morning.

The remains were discovered in the sea opposite the lighthouse in the city of Puerto de la Cruz where Amy Gerard lived.

A police spokesman said:

I can confirm a woman's body has been found in the sea.

It is too early to say at this stage whether it is that of the missing Briton or not.

The discovery comes after a video emerged showing Amy singing along to The Pogues song Fairytale of New York in the Molly Malone Irish pub in Puerto de la Cruz in the early hours of Friday morning. She can be seen holding hands with German boyfriend Dennis Kissling as she dances along with her colleagues before turning to the camera to blow a kiss, according to footage obtained by The Sun.

Brendan Reid Spencer, who owns the bar, said Molly arrived with six colleagues around 11pm on Thursday to celebrate a friend's birthday and listen to live music. Moments after the footage was taken she left the bar with her boyfriend before they parted ways at the entrance. She has not been seen since.

She was reported missing by a friend on Saturday morning and a search began immediately, leading to the discovery of the body today. But it hasn't been confirmed if she is the one.

Eddie Murphy has welcomed his 10th child with his fiancee Paige Butcher

Eddie Murphy is now a proud father of 10 children.

The American actor welcomed his newborn son already named Max Charles Murphy with fiancee Paige Butcher on Friday, his publicist announced.

The boy's middle name is a tribute to Murphy's older brother and fellow comedian Charlie Murphy, who died of leukemia last year.

This is the second child for Murphy, 57, and Butcher, 39, an Australian model and actress, who both have been together since 2012. The couple already have a 2-year-old daughter, Izzy.

Eddie Murphy's other children are 29-year-old Eric with Paulette McNeely; 28-year-old Bria, 25-year-old Miles Mitchell, 23-year-old Shayne Audra, 18-year-old Zola Ivy and 16-year-old Bella Zahra with ex-wife Nicole Mitchell Murphy; 27-year-old Christian with Tamara Hood; and 11-year-old Angel Iris with Mel B.

50-year-old Nigerian man convicted for the rape and sexual assault of 12-year-old girl he befriended online

A 50-year-old Nigerian man has been convicted for the rape and sexual assault of a 12-year-old girl he befriended online.

Simon Owoade of St Anselms Road, Hayes, pleaded guilty on Monday, December 3, at Harrow Crown Court. He is due to be sentenced in January 2019.

A further two counts of sexual assault of a child under 13 years that Owoade admitted to were left to lie on file.

Between 1 June and late July 2017, Owoade made contact with the victim through a social media messaging site.

Following numerous messages, Owoade managed to persuade the victim to meet him in London and Potters Bar on a number of occasions. He would take her to various places including car parks and hotels where he would sexually assault her.

Owoade shared pornographic material with the victim and the girl was encouraged to share naked photos of herself.

In July 2017, the victim stopped communicating with Owoade, but in April 2018 he texted her asking to meet up because he missed her. They met up numerous times until 18 May, when the matter was reported to police by the victim's parents.
Detective Chief Inspector Neil John of the Child Abuse and Sexual Offences Command said:

"I would like to praise the victim for her courage in speaking to officers and providing vital evidence to prosecute Owoade, who used his social media profile to gain the victim's trust, share intimate photos, and then use those images to coerce her into sexual activity.

"This is still very much a live enquiry. We are aware that Owoade had links with some charities who he involved himself with as a volunteer. This of course may have put him in direct contact with vulnerable people. It is very possible he has committed offences against others and I would appeal to anyone with information or concerns to contact police. Any information will be treated in the strictest confidence and we have specialist officers to support victims through the process."

"Between 2006 and 2008, Owoade was employed as a PCSO with the Met Police, working within the Osterley and Spring Grove Safer Neighbourhood Teams. We have received no reports of any offences being committed in his capacity as a PCSO and Owoade left the organisation of his own volition in 2008."

Unlawful Possession Of Firearms: Small Doctor arraigned at the Ebute Metta Magistrate court

The Lagos State Police Command has arraigned musician Adekunle Temitope, aka Small Doctor, before an Ebute Meta Magistrate’s court for unlawful possession of firearms and threatening violence against an officer.

The singer was paraded with three others at the Police command headquarters Ikeja after he was arrested on Monday. He was later remanded at the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department, Yaba.

On Tuesday December 4, the music star was arraigned at the Ebute Metta Magistrate court along with the other occupants in his car.

Small Doctor was alleged to have threatened to open fire on a Police officer before he was arrested. The state Commissioner of Police, Edgal Imohimi, said Small Doctor had, in the past, fired shots and injured four people. He noted that the injured persons were admitted to a hospital and vowed that the artiste would be made to face the law.

If not for Nyesom Wike, PDP would have been dead a long time ago - Soso Soberekon

With the recent internal crisis in PDP, music executive, Soso Soberekon has praised River State governor, Nyesom Wike for holding the party together during harsh times.

In his words, 'If not for this man who stood his ground and held it together when all of you ran away , PDP would have been dead and gone. I stand with him to lead our great party to victory come 2019'.

Breaking: Court frees Small Doctor with a stern warning to avoid violence within the next 12-months

LIB can confirm that Nigerian pop star, Small Doctor has been released from police custody today following his arraignment for unlawful possession of firearms and threatening violence against an officer.

The singer was arraigned earlier on Tuesday at the Ebute Metta Magistrate court along with the other occupants in his car.

According to a Police source,

'Small Doctor was released by the court and allowed to go on condition he must not engage in any act of violence or commit any offense within the next one year. If he does, the court would not spare him'.

Small Doctor's release comes just in time for him to headline his first major concert in Agege on December 9th.
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