Casey White was in state prison on Tuesday night after being arraigned in Lauderdale County Courthouse, the day after his arrest, following 11 days on the run with corrections officer Vicky White (inset). Vicky White, 56, died on Monday from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, the coroner ruled on Tuesday. She pulled the trigger as the car she and Casey White were traveling in crashed into a ditch in Indiana, having been run off the road by police. DailyMail.com was there to witness the 38-year-old shuffle into court shortly before 10pm. White was heavily shackled on his ankles and with chains wreathed around his waist and wrists (main and left). His appearance came as new dashboard and body camera footage from Indiana showed the dramatic moment that Casey White was taken into custody (top right) and the body of his corrections officer accomplice was dragged dying from their car on Monday (bottom right).
Jack Dorsey reverses course and says he AGREES with Elon Musk that Trump's Twitter account should be reinstated: Founder calls his original choice to ban the president a mistaken 'business decision'
Jack Dorsey on Tuesday confirmed that he agreed with Elon Musk's decision to reverse the ban on Donald Trump from Twitter, saying it was a 'business decision' that 'shouldn't have been.' Trump was banned from Twitter in January 2021, in response to his supporters storming the US Capitol and attempting to block the certification of Joe Biden 's election victory. Speaking at a London conference on the future of cars, Musk said: 'I do think it was not correct to ban Donald Trump,' and added that Dorsey agreed with him. Dorsey then tweeted: 'I do agree. There are exceptions (CSE, illegal behaviour, spam or network manipulation, etc), but generally permanent bans are a failure of ours and don't work.'
Jury is shown shocking footage of the moment crazed Bronx man plowed his car into a crowd in Times Square as teen whose sister died in the attack describes moment she was hit and 'just tried not to die'
Shocking new footage (right) of a car barreling into pedestrians in Times Square has emerged as the murder trial of the Bronx man behind the wheel (top inset) continues. Surveillance video released by the Manhattan District Attorney's office shows a burgundy sedan making a sharp U-turn on 7th Street. The car then drives over the sidewalk, ramming down everyone in its path across three city blocks at incredible speeds. It crashes against a curb and ends up with its two side wheels in the air. The driver, Richard Rojas, is seen getting out of the car, jumping up and down and flailing his arms. He is then tackled by a traffic cop. Other pedestrians join in to hold him down until police arrive. At Rojas' trial on Monday, Ava Elsman (left) remembered 'just trying to lay there [and] not die' as she bled out. She was just 13 when she visited the tourist hub with her family back on May 18, 2017. The family had arrived in the city the same morning from Portage, Michigan. Her sister Alyssa died from her injuries. 'I just looked up and I saw the car turn and that was the last thing I saw,' Ava, now 18, told jurors. 'I was in and out of consciousness,' she said, according to the New York Post . 'Someone told me to put my leg down or I would bleed out.'
Incredible video footage has captured the moment an Outer Banks beach house on North Carolina's coast crumbled into the ocean due to high tides and strong winds. Two properties fell into the waves, U.S. National Park Service officials said in a statement on Tuesday, warning that other homes in the area are at risk of the same fate due to high tides and strong winds. The unoccupied homes were located along Ocean Drive in the Outer Banks community of Rodanthe, which is a part of Hatteras Island - approximately 30 miles away from the mainland. The park service confirmed that it has closed off the areas around the houses.
'She told me she loved me... then gave me HIV': Handyman smears married Queens mom lover with claim she infected him - and claims in court he threw her laptop full of sex videos into the Hudson after stabbing her to death
David Bonola, 44, claimed he killed Orsolya Gaa (inset)l, 51, because he thought she had given him HIV during their two year affair and tossed her laptop into the Hudson river because it had sex videos. Bonola, of Queens, was arraigned on Tuesday on a 13-count indictment for the April 16 murder of Gaal, who was stabbed 58 times in her basement and stuffing the body in a duffle bag while her son was upstairs. According to the court documents, when detectives questions him on April 20, Bonoal said, 'She gave me HIV. She lied to me, she used me. She told me that she loved me. She couldn't be with one person.'
NYC events planner Lauren Pazienza spends first night behind bars in all-female section of Rikers Island after appearing in court charged with manslaughter of Broadway singing coach, 87
A New York City event planner who is accused of shoving an 87-year-old vocal coach causing her death is being held without bail for being a flight risk. Lauren Pazienza, 26, was arraigned in Manhattan Supreme Court on manslaughter charges Tuesday for the shoving death of Barbara Gustern. She was ordered to be held without bail because she was considered a flight risk. The 26-year-old event planner accused of shoving an 87-year-old Broadway singing coach into the ground on a New York City sidewalk - an encounter that ultimately led to the woman's death.
Vacationers at Bahamas Sandals resort where three Americans died due to 'air-conditioner leak' complained about 'strong odor of INSECTICIDE' as resort turns into a 'ghost town' after the deaths
Guests vacationing at the Sandals Bahamas resort where three Americans were found dead say they have complained about a 'strong odor' of insecticide in the area that some say has turned into a 'ghost town' since the tragic deaths. Several of the vacationers told NBC News that the had complained about the odor at the resort. The complaints were given to the authorities following the shocking deaths of three Americans at Sandals Emerald Bay resort in Great Exuma last week, according to NBC News. Bahamian authorities said on Monday they have identified three victims as a couple, Robbie Phillips, 65, and Michael Phillips, 68, of Tennessee; and Vincent Chiarella, 64, of Florida. Chiarella's wife was also airlifted and taken to the hospital in serious condition. Bahamian officials are now sending samples extracted from their bodies - as well as those from the rooms where they were staying and the surrounding areas - to a lab in the United States to help determine what happened to them. The American labs will expedite tests to determine whether any contaminants were present when they died, as guests claim an air conditioner leak was at fault.
Why is biggest baby formula plant in US STILL shut down after three months? Abbott says plant is safe and was not responsible for bacteria that killed two kids - but FDA refuses to reopen
Abbott Laboratories claims its Michigan plant is not responsible for bacteria that killed at least two infants. The baby formula manufacturer alleged an FDA investigation revealed 'infant formula produced at our Sturgis facility is not the likely source of infection'. Abbott also claims products from the facility did not cause any outbreak. However, despite the findings of the investigation, the plant remains closed. The facility shut down in February after issuing a recall amid reports of infection in babies. Abbott says it's 'working closely with the FDA to restart operations' at the plant. The FDA has refused to say when the plant will reopen.
Former Grey's Anatomy star Jesse Williams is taking all of the coverage of his full-frontal naked Broadway scene in stride. Williams, 40, became the victim of a nude leak after somebody broke the 'no phone' policy of his show Take Me Out. As the pictures spread like wildfire throughout social media, Williams made an appearance on Bravo's Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen on May 9. Williams told Cohen during the After Show portion of the program: 'It's a body, once you see it, you realize it's whatever, it's a boy! I just have to make it not that big of a deal.'
Chef Mario Batali is found NOT GUILTY of sexually assaulting female fan at Boston bar while posing for a selfie in 2017: Judge says accuser had 'significant credibility issues'
Batali, 61, was acquitted on Tuesday of sexually assaulting a woman at a Boston bar in 2017 while posing with her for a selfie. The 32-year-old Massachusetts resident was one of a handful of women who accused Batali of sexual harassment and misconduct amid the #MeToo movement, which exposed widespread patterns of abuse of women in multiple spheres of American life. Batali displayed no visible reaction as the verdict was announced and left the courtroom surrounded by reporters without making a comment. If convicted, Batali could have faced up to 2-1/2 years in jail and registration as a sex offender. In the non-jury trial, Judge James Stanton of Boston Municipal Court found Batali, 61, not guilty of a charge of indecent assault and battery brought in 2019, saying the accuser had 'significant credibility issues.' The trial was the only criminal case brought against Batali, once a fixture of the popular Food Network and a star of the ABC cooking and talk show 'The Chew,' from among multiple #MeToo-era accusations made by women against the celebrity chef. In the trial, accuser Natali Tene, 32, testified on Monday that Batali forcibly groped her breasts, buttocks and crotch area before inviting her back to his hotel room while drunkenly posing for selfies with her at a bar near Boston's Eataly, the Italian market and restaurant he at the time part owned.
None shall pass! Moment Best Buy workers line up as NFL defense team as they try to stop three shoplifters from making off with stolen phones
Store security footage shows the three shoplifters entering the Best Buy and approach a display table holding several cellphones. The 16-second CCTV clip then shows the suspects each suddenly grab a phone, and pry them from cords connecting them to the table. The sound of the phones being ripped from their displays attracted attention to the gang's brazen robbery attempt. As the trio attempt to flee, footage shows staffers quickly jumping into action. The retail workers - whose starting wage is $15 an hour - formed a football-style defense while attempting to thwart the suspects. The location of the store, the date the attempted heist took place, and whether the thieves were ultimately caught remains unclear.
'Call 911! My children are dead in bed': Chilling note mother, 38, left on car dashboard after shooting sons, 9 and 13, in the head before her gun jammed when she tried to kill neighbor
Philadelphia police said Tuesday that mom-of-two Trinh Nguyen (at right) acted premeditatedly when she carried out the killings of sons JT, 13, and Nelson, 9 (both pictured at left in stacked photos), last Monday. She is charged with two counts of first-degree murder. Officials Monday also revealed Nguyen had left another signed, handwritten note inside the family home dated April 25 - seven days before the murder - stating what to do with her sons remains. The letter also instructed its recipient what to do with her own remains as well, confirming cops' previous suspicions that the mom had planned to take her own life once the deed was done. Nguyen then provided the address of the family home, in affluent Upper Makefield, where she would eventually commit the inexplicable crime - which cops say may have stemmed from a disagreement concerning back rent Nguyen owed to the family of her ex-husband (pictured in bottom left photo), who owns the house.
Casey and Vicky White's motel hideaway revealed: Fugitive couple spent six nights holed up at a Motel 41 in Indiana after paying local man 'a few hundred bucks' to book them a $44-per-night room under his name
Casey and Vicky White were aided by a local man who checked them into the motel in Evansville, Indiana where the couple planned to lay low for two weeks, DailyMail.com can exclusively reveal. The fugitive lovers reached the end of the line Monday night when their 11-day-stretch on the lam came to a tragic conclusion after a car chase that resulted in Vanderburgh County Sheriff's officers ramming the couple's stolen Cadillac off the road and into a ditch. Moments later, Sheriff Dave Wedding said at a press conference held Tuesday morning, Vicky, 56, shot herself. She later died from the injuries that he described only as 'grave.'
Worrying posts from Australian 'Mr Universe' before he 'jumped through a window and plunged from the second story' - from emotional message about 'messing up' to bizarre video with his parrot
Calum von Moger, 31, is fighting for life after he reportedly jumped through the window last Friday, severely injuring his spine. It's believed Moger, a three-time World Fitness Federation Mr Universe winner and actor, is now in an induced coma having undergone surgery. In the days before the incident last week, Moger shared a series of photos to Instagram with the caption 'Catch ya later Insta gator'. In one image he was seen with his pet parrot Ronnie sitting on his shoulder while another video shows him puffing on a vape in his car.
Are America's wealthiest putting their money back into art? Christie's auction where Andy Warhol's Marilyn Monroe sold for record $195M was 'frenzy of bidders' who paid up to 21 TIMES the price for other original American work
Monday's auction at Christie's in New York City proved to be the official comeback of affluent art aficionados who oned up online bidders and crypto art enthusiasts by paying as much as 21 times the pieces' estimates - proving that it will take more than a geopolitical war or a worldwide pandemic for the art world to crumble. Among the pieces sold was Mike Bidlo's Not Picasso - estimated at $80,000 and sold for a whopping $1.3 million. Francesco Clemente's The Fourteen Stations, estimated at $120,000, sold for $1.8 million. Christie's said an unnamed buyer, believed to be American art dealer Larry Gagosian, purchased Warhol's Marilyn 1964 silk-screen for $195 million. When the auction was announced earlier this year, they estimated it could go for as much as $200 million. 'We did sell the most expensive painting of the 20th century,' chairman of Christie's 20th and 21st-century art department, Alex Rotter, told The New York Times. 'This is a big achievement.'
Ukrainians blow up Russia's most-advanced $5.5million tank 'with a Swedish rocket launcher that costs $20,000'
Footage released by the Ukrainian Ministry of Defence shows a Russian T-90M tank - its most-up-to-date model - being destroyed during fighting near the town of Stary Saltiv last week. The ministry claimed the tank was destroyed by troops using a Swedish-made Carl Gustaf recoilless rifle - a rocket launcher that costs around £18,500, including the rocket. More footage of the wreck shows the rocket managed to evade the tank's defences by punching through a wheel and then exploding in the engine compartment with enough force to bend the armour plating outwards.
Couple transforms $55,000 two-story RV into luxury family home - complete with lavish master bedroom, fireplace, and a screening room - so they can travel full-time with their three kids
Molly and Jaren Gracia, along with their kids, Lillie, 13, Jaxton, nine, and Willow, four, from Texas, decided to ditch their home and move into an RV in 2019. For $55,000, the couple purchased a brand new, 400-square-foot RV - and decided to transform it into the perfect place for them to call home. They spent two years working on it, slowly redoing each room - and it now has luxurious amenities like a fireplace and a retractable projector screen. Before the family decided to move into an RV, Molly recalled struggling to take care of their kids by herself, since her husband was away a lot because of work. The couple then decided to sell their home and move the entire family into a mobile home so that they could all be together. They then got to work on fixing it up, and Jaren estimates that they have now spent around $13,500 in total on the renovations.
Adidas sports bra ads showing women's bare breasts are banned after complaints the images were 'gratuitous' and 'reduced women to body parts'
A tweet, posted in February, showed the breasts of 20 women of various skin colours, shapes and sizes in a grid format. It stated: 'We believe women's breasts in all shapes and sizes deserve support and comfort. Which is why our new sports bra range contains 43 styles, so everyone can find the right fit for them.' Two other posters (pictured left) showed similar cropped images of 62 and 64 women, and stated: 'The reasons we didn't make just one new sports bra.' The UK's Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) received 24 complaints that the ads' use of nudity was gratuitous and objectified women by sexualising them and 'reducing them to body parts'. Some complainants also challenged whether the poster ads were appropriate for display where they could be seen by children. Adidas UK said the images were intended to 'reflect and celebrate different shapes and sizes, illustrate diversity and demonstrate why tailored support bras were important'.
Prince William's tears for Diana: Duke chokes up as he says he finds 'comfort in remembering his mom and acknowledging she was loved' during speech on 'living with grief'
The Duke of Cambridge gave a deeply personal speech during a service at the memorial, in which he appeared to choke up while speaking to bereaved families of victims. Prince William took a deep breath and put his hand to his chest, as if steadying himself, as he told families: 'Catherine and I know that the atrocity's impact will last a lifetime and beyond, and that the healing process is still on-going.' (right and inset) He also spoke of his own grief for his mother, Princess Diana, whom he lost in 1997 when he was 15 (left)
Man who has vowed to work out EVERY DAY until Taco Bell brings back his favorite menu item loses 87LBS in 16 months thanks to the viral challenge
Chris Sandberg, 37, from San Francisco, weighed nearly 300 pounds when he started his weight loss journey during the pandemic. He was looking for a way to keep himself accountable when his love for Taco Bell's Grilled Stuft Nacho inspired the daily fitness challenge. Sandberg weighed 275 pounds when he began documenting his workouts on TikTok on January 4, 2021, in the hope of getting the fast-food chain's attention. He vowed he wouldn't stop until Taco Bell brought back the Grilled Stuft Nacho, which has been discontinued since 2015. The chain has yet to revive the specialty menu item, but he's down to 188 pounds after nearly 500 days of working out.
The most controversial movie cast EVER? After The Big Lebowski actor Jack Kehler died at age 75, FEMAIL reveals what happened to his co-stars - from decades-long fame to drug overdoses and stabbings
Kehler's son Eddie Kehler confirmed his sad passing to Deadline, revealing that he died from complications amid a battle with leukemia at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles on Saturday. The actor famously starred as The Dude's landlord Marty in the 1998 cult classic The Big Lebowski. In the wake of his death, FEMAIL has uncovered what he - and the rest of his costars - have been up to since The Big Lebowski hit theaters all those years ago. It turns out, the cast was plagued with controversy - from one member being stabbed multiple times after getting involved in a bar fight to another passing away from a drug overdose. From run-ins with the law to multiple marriages and divorces, here's everything the stars have been up to since they starred in the movie.
Moment Australian schoolgirl, 16, is kicked, punched and stomped on in a savage attack after being yanked to the ground by her hair
The Year 11 girl was approached from behind at Whyalla Secondary College in country South Australia while sitting with a friends on Monday. She was suddenly grabbed by her ponytail and dragged to the ground by another female student.
Bungee jumper falls 130ft straight into river after leaping off bridge when extreme sports staff fail to connect the cord in Argentina
The unfortunate jumper, a 36-year-old tourist from Buenos Aires who paid for the bungee jump, fell from a height of around 131 feet. In the footage, the man is seen preparing to jump. Seconds later, the man jumps head first towards the water as a filming companion whoops in delight. However, as the cord tightens, it detaches from the platform and the man plummets into the water with a thunderous splash.
Bill and Hillary Clinton are seen departing luxury Mandarin Oriental Hotel in NYC one day after the former first lady met with London Mayor Sadiq Khan
The former president and first-lady-turned-presidential-candidate left the hotel in NYC separately but within minutes of each other in the early afternoon. Hillary left in the direction of their home upstate in Chappaqua, while Bill's detail headed downtown. Hillary wore a blue overcoat with red, yellow, and white stripes, which had distinct round buttons down the middle and a matching belt.
Triple amputee who lost BOTH arms and a leg after being ELECTROCUTED at age six reveals how she overcame the horrific accident to forge a career as a model and an influencer
Victoria Denisse Salcedo, 26, from Guayaquil, Ecuador, opened up about her accident on a recent episode of Truly's 'Shake My Beauty.' She was six years old and playing with friends in 2001 when she went out to the balcony on her skates and touched a high-voltage wire with a metal stick. Victoria was left with third-degree burns so severe that she needed to have both her arms and her left leg amputated (inset). The triple amputee had to relearn how to do even the most basic tasks using her remaining limb, which she refers to as her 'magic leg.' She can now walk with a prosthetic leg, and she uses her right foot to do everything, including eating, writing, and taking selfies. Victoria started modeling professionally in runway shows when she was 19 years old, and she competed in the Miss Ecuador pageant last year. She has more than 173,000 followers on Instagram, where she posts selfies and photos from her modeling portfolio.
Bikini ballers! WNBA stars Sue Bird, Breanna Stewart, Nneka Ogwumike, Te'a Cooper, and DiDi Richards pose for Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue
Seattle Storm star Sue Bird, 41, and teammate Breanna Stewart, 27, pose alongside New York Liberty's DiDi Richards, 23. Also in the shoot are Los Angeles Sparks players Nneka Ogwumike, 31, and Te'a Cooper, 25. Editor MJ Day praised them for 'dominatimg on the court' and 'tirelessly leading the charge in speaking out on social justice issues.' The women are the latest athletes to pose for the issue, which in the past has featured Serena Williams, Simone Biles, Aly Raisman, and Alex Morgan.
Marriage therapist reveals 15 'small but significant things' every person should know about their partner six months into a relationship - from their favorite food to their family 'triggers'
Jeff Guenther, a licensed professional counselor from Portland, Oregon, regularly shares relationship wisdom on his popular TikTok page. One recent video has particularly struck a chord with viewers, earning four million views since it was posted on April 17. In the 45-second clip, Guenther rattles off a list of important questions that coupled-up people should be able to answer fairly early on in their relationships, from how much alone time their partner needs to how they can best be supported when they're upset.
The world's first HUMAN dog bed launches to 'relieve stress' and provide the 'ultimate napping experience' - so would you buy it?
Two university students claim they have developed the 'ultimate napping solution' by designing a human dog bed. The Plufl is the world's first dog bed for people intended to help alleviate stress and anxiety. The bed is made with memory foam, orthopaedic foam and faux fur to provide a cosy experience.