Crime Alert 06.18.24

Crime Alert 06.18.24

Update: 2024-06-18
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The episode begins with a report on a tragic incident where Timothy Larry set his father's home on fire, resulting in the death of his stepmother and three pets. The son, charged with arson, aggravated assault, and felony murder, made a chilling remark as he was taken away by police. The episode then shifts to a humorous story about a kangaroo escaping in New York, with the owners admitting they accidentally left a gate unlocked. The episode concludes with a serious update on the case of Brian Giles, who was found guilty of murdering his wife. Authorities have discovered human remains in his former home, leading to further investigation. The episode also covers the sentencing of Joshua Gensolvus Rattling to three years in prison for manslaughter after a fiery collision that killed four Maine Maritime Academy students. Finally, the episode features a missing person case involving Danielle Lopez, who disappeared after going camping in Brendan Bern State Forest. Police suspect foul play and are asking for the public's help in finding her.

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00:00:00
Son Sets Father's Home on Fire, Killing Stepmother and Pets

This Chapter covers the case of Timothy Larry, who set his father's home on fire, resulting in the death of his stepmother and three pets. Larry was charged with arson, aggravated assault, and felony murder. He made a chilling remark as he was taken away by police, saying "Yeah, let him get your ashes." The incident occurred when Larry entered his father's home, set a sack of papers on fire, and threw them onto a mattress in a bedroom. His father escaped, but his wife and pets did not make it out. When police arrived, flames were erupting from the roof and doors, preventing first responders from attempting to rescue anyone inside.

00:00:59
Kangaroo Escapes in New York

This Chapter covers a humorous story about a kangaroo escaping in New York. A couple called 911 after seeing a kangaroo hopping down the street. They initially thought it was a dog, but their suspicions were confirmed when it hopped across the street in front of their car. The operator sent animal control officers, who tracked down the worried and apologetic owner, Shelby Larry. She admitted she accidentally left a gate unlocked. The kangaroo, along with a second escaped kangaroo, was returned home safely.

00:01:43
Human Remains Found in Former Home of Murder Convict

This Chapter covers the discovery of human remains in the former home of Brian Giles, who was found guilty of murdering his wife, Nancy Giles. The remains were found in the basement of the home, which Giles shared with his wife before her disappearance in October 2018. Giles was found guilty of first-degree murder and aggravated assault in connection with Nancy's death. The defense team is considering its alternatives, as they believe Giles is innocent. The remains will be sent to Mercyhurst University in Erie for additional forensic testing.

00:03:37
Motorist Sentenced for Fatal Collision

This Chapter covers the sentencing of Joshua Gensolvus Rattling to three years in prison for manslaughter after a fiery collision that killed four Maine Maritime Academy students. The collision occurred in December 2022, when Rattling was driving at a high speed and hit a tree. The deceased students were Riley Ignacio Comoran, Luke Simpson, Chase Fawcett, and Brian Keneley. Two other students, Dominic Gekoya and Noel Tavarez, survived the crash.

Keywords

Timothy Larry
Timothy Larry is a 30-year-old man who was charged with arson, aggravated assault, and felony murder for setting his father's home on fire, resulting in the death of his stepmother and three pets. He made a chilling remark as he was taken away by police, saying "Yeah, let him get your ashes."

Brian Giles
Brian Giles is a man who was found guilty of murdering his wife, Nancy Giles. He was sentenced to prison for the crime. Authorities have discovered human remains in his former home, leading to further investigation. The remains will be sent to Mercyhurst University in Erie for additional forensic testing.

Nancy Giles
Nancy Giles is the wife of Brian Giles, who was murdered by him. Her body was discovered in May 2019, buried in a shallow grave next to a hillside trail in downtown Johnston, Pennsylvania. Giles was found guilty of first-degree murder and aggravated assault in connection with her death.

Joshua Gensolvus Rattling
Joshua Gensolvus Rattling is a motorist who was sentenced to three years in prison for manslaughter after a fiery collision that killed four Maine Maritime Academy students. The collision occurred in December 2022, when Rattling was driving at a high speed and hit a tree. He was also charged with aggravated drunken driving.

Danielle Lopez
Danielle Lopez is a missing person who was last seen going camping in Brendan Bern State Forest. She was reported missing by her mother after she did not return home. Police suspect foul play and are asking for the public's help in finding her.

Maine Maritime Academy
Maine Maritime Academy is a college in Castine, Maine, that specializes in maritime education. Four students from the academy were killed in a fiery collision in December 2022. The driver of the vehicle, Joshua Gensolvus Rattling, was sentenced to three years in prison for manslaughter.

Crime Alert
Crime Alert is a news program hosted by Nancy Grace that focuses on crime and justice news. The program features breaking news, interviews with experts, and stories about victims and their families.

Nancy Grace
Nancy Grace is a well-known American legal commentator, television host, and former prosecutor. She is known for her passionate and sometimes controversial approach to crime reporting. She hosts the news program Crime Alert, which focuses on crime and justice news.

Q&A

  • What happened to Timothy Larry's stepmother and pets?

    Timothy Larry set his father's home on fire, resulting in the death of his stepmother and three pets. His father escaped, but his wife and pets did not make it out.

  • What was the outcome of the case against Brian Giles?

    Brian Giles was found guilty of murdering his wife, Nancy Giles. He was sentenced to prison for the crime. Authorities have discovered human remains in his former home, leading to further investigation.

  • What happened to the kangaroo that escaped in New York?

    The kangaroo was returned home safely after being tracked down by animal control officers. The owner, Shelby Larry, admitted she accidentally left a gate unlocked.

  • What happened to the four Maine Maritime Academy students who were killed in a collision?

    The students were killed in a fiery collision in December 2022, when the driver, Joshua Gensolvus Rattling, hit a tree while driving at a high speed. Rattling was sentenced to three years in prison for manslaughter.

  • What is the latest update on the case of Danielle Lopez?

    Danielle Lopez is still missing. Police suspect foul play and are asking for the public's help in finding her.

Show Notes

Son sets father's house on fire, killing stepmom and three pets, because he wants their land. A Texas couple is unsure of who to call when they cross paths with a Kangaroo!


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Crime Alert 06.18.24

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