Category Archives: Crime

First lawsuits filed in SXSW crash

Posted by on December 19, 2014

Last year, the annual South by Southwest festival was marred by tragedy when a car smashed through a barricade, tearing down a crowded street and killing four. Now the Associated Press is reporting that the first round of lawsuits have been filed by the family of one of the victims. Steven Cranmehr, a Dutch music industry executive, […]

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More details come to light in Phil Rudd incident

Posted by on December 4, 2014

“Back up. I don’t want to break your face.” That’s what an eyewitness to Phil Rudd’s argument outside a coffee shop said the AC/DC drummer was warned before being taken away by police. The New Zealand Herald reports that the owner of Columbus Coffee cafe in Gate Pa, Tauranga, Leo Rojas, witnessed the scuffle, in […]

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Oh crap, Phil Rudd is in police custody again

Posted by on December 3, 2014

AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd seems like he’s doing his best to be former AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd, as he’s gone and gotten himself in police custody once again. The Sun News reports that the drummer, who less than a month ago was arrested on charges of attempting to procure a hitman and drug possession, is currently […]

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King 810 denied entry to Canada

Posted by on November 30, 2014

Planning on seeing King 810 in Toronto tonight on tour with Slipknot and Korn? You’re going to be disappointed if so. The band were denied entry into Canada as a result of their criminal past. As a result of an incident from last year, in which a man was beaten by the band’s David Gunn […]

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Juggalos threaten Portland businesses

Posted by on November 24, 2014

Many thought that it was an overreaction when Juggalos were classified as a “loosely classified hybrid gang.” And sure, Insane Clown Posse fans have certainly participated in their fair share of crimes (many with hatchets, natch), but singling out a group that looks different for the actions of a small minority of them seems like it’s pretty […]

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