Woman Kidnaps Pregnant Lady; tries to cut her baby out of womb
Dec 09, 2009 16:55
40 yr-old Veronica Deramous of Suitland, Maryland befriended a homeless pregnant woman at a southeast Washington homeless shelter. Teka Adams was in her third trimester when Deramous persuaded her to visit her apartment on December 1 with the promise of baby clothes and other things for the unborn child. Once at the apartment she tied Adams' hands up and tried to cut the baby out of her stomach.
"She bound the victim's hands and proceeded to try to cut the victim's abdomen to try to get the baby out," she said. "They believe she wanted the victim's baby."
Police said Deramous told some people she was pregnant even though she was not.
Police said Adams is expected to recover. Her daughter -- named Miracle Sky -- was delivered by emergency Cesarean section.
When police found Adams her "abdomen was cut and her intestines, stomach and placenta were exposed," according a police report. In the apartment, officers found bloody towels and a bowl with water and washcloths on a bedroom floor. They also found a box cutter and some razor blades, which they believe Deramous used to cut Adams, Reedy said.
For a while now, it seems and feels like Taylor Swift has been collecting famous friends. And boy, is she an avid collector. A lot of her friends are tall, very attractive, famous, and successful. Birds of a feather, right? Read more
Remember The O.C.? The show that many others right now have followed with a successful formula? Poor boy meets rich girl. They fall in love. Drama unfolds. Etc. Well, if you remember it, then you'll remember the glamorous mansion they used to shoot a lot of the scenes with. Now it's on sale. Read more
Like taking selfies? Group selfies perhaps? Then if you do, you should probably read this. Because according to reports, you could get lice. Imagine getting close up to someone for a picture, not knowing if they've got lice or not. Your heads touch. You smile. The camera snaps and takes a picture. But something else happens. Read more