The man who voiced the leader of the Peanuts Gang, Charlie Brown, has died at the age of 65. Peter Robbins reportedly took his own life after checking into a mental institution in December. Robbins made headlines in 2015 when he made threats to several people, including public figures. Inside Edition Digital’s Stephanie Officer has the details.
A Pennsylvania woman has been the talk of the state after a mysterious animal appeared on her property. Christina Eyth says she saw paw prints outside her door recently and followed the tracks, thinking it could be a neighbor’s lost dog. Once she got closer, she saw the animal was cold and scared and she took it in. She said she called animal control and they took it in for treatment and did some genetic testing. The mysterious creature will remain in isolation until they get the results back.
The second NYPD officer who’d remained in critical condition since Friday after being shot by a suspect has died. Police say 27-year-old Wilbert Mora, who was also a rookie, died Tuesday, mere days after his partner, 22-year-old NYPD rookie Jason Rivera, died of his injuries. This has prompted New York City and state officials to vow swift and immediate changes to tackle gun violence in the area. Inside Edition Digital’s Stephanie Officer explains.
A brazen dognapping was captured on a hotel security camera at the Cambria Hotel in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, sending the French bulldog’s owner into a frenzy. Danaja says that her pooch Georgie was nabbed at 3 a.m. in the hotel, and she soon went on a media blitz begging for help getting him back. After she was tipped off to his location, she spotted a woman with the puppy, as did Jason Steele, who had been following the search on social media. Together, they recovered the dog and had the suspect arrested.
Police in New York took down an alleged scam artist with the help of a grandma. The woman named Jean says it started when she got a call from someone, who called her grandma, claiming to need bail money after getting arrested for drunk driving. The former 911 dispatcher says the mysterious caller eventually asked for $8,000. She contacted the local police who set up a sting operation. Inside Edition Digital’s Mara Montalbano has more.