SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — A dream became reality for a San Diego woman, but not in a good way. Jenna Evans says she swallowed her engagement ring in her sleep.
Tuesday night, Evans dreamed that she and her fiance, Bobby, were facing off with “bad guys” on a high-speed train. During the struggle, Bobby told Evans that she had to swallow her engagement ring to protect it. So she did. Not just in her dream, but in real life. She woke to find the ring clean off her finger.
“When I woke up and it was not on my hand, I knew exactly where it was,” Evans said. “It was in my stomach.”
The next morning, Evans and her future husband went to Urgent Care, where they saw her X-rays. Her ring was clearly nestled right in her stomach.
A California man accused of killing his missing wife, whose body was found Friday, allegedly murdered her to prevent her from testifying about a crime she witnessed, court documents revealed Tuesday.
Anthony Gumina of Pleasant Valley, Calif., about 50 miles east of Sacramento, appeared in court four days after the body of Heather Gumina Waters was found in the Pleasant Valley area. She had been missing since July 15.
A woman fought off a man who brandished a knife and demanded money at her family’s tax and insurance business in Pomona last weekend in a crime that was caught on camera.
Concepscion Escalante, 23, told KTLA she was working alone Saturday at ALE Insurance Services, along Garey Avenue near Grand Avenue, when her attacker entered the business. After asking a few questions, the man ended up pulling a knife and robbing the establishment.
“I hit him in his private area,” the victim said.
ROWLAND HEIGHTS, Calif. – A video showing two girls involved in an altercation with a boy with autism at a California high school Wednesday has drawn outrage online and from community members.
The distressed boy is seen surrounded by a group of girls who laugh while hitting and pulling at him on campus at Rowland High School.
A Cal Fire airplane dropped fire retardant on a fire that has burned 2,000 acres and caught an NBC 7 reporter by surprise while he was reporting on live television.
Just as NBC 7 Steven Luke was wrapping up his live report from the site of the Tenaja Fire in Riverside County, a large plane appeared from behind a hill, opened its cargo doors and dropped a load of fire retardant on everyone below – including the television crew. See the video that happened from the photographer’s perspective.
Warning: This video may be considered disturbing to some viewers. VICTORVILLE, Calif. – Officers shot and wounded a suspect who was caught on video seizing a deputy’s gun and firing at her in Victorville, California Wednesday.
Officials say Forsberg found 21-year-old Ari Young outside the home, and he became combative with her.
Cellphone video shot from within a home on Cabazon Court begins as the man identified as Young is slugging Forsberg in the head. As Young forces Forsberg to the ground, a female bystander can be seen nearby.
Young struggles with the deputy on the ground and manages to discharge one bullet there before taking control of weapon. He then stands up with the gun in his hands, takes aim and fires at the deputy.
The shot is fired just as additional deputies are arriving on scene, and Young walks toward them with his hands up.