Hotel Hacker Faked His Own Death by Hacking Into State Death Record Systems: FBI

Authorities caught him after he used his personal IP address to access Hawaii’s health department’s computer systems to register his own death certificate. man who was arrested for hacking the customer database of Marriott Hotels faked his own death to possibly avoid getting caught by authorities. Jesse Kipf was arrested last month for breaching the networks of a few companies and states. He even accessed the health department systems in a few states to register his own death certificate.

Missing Swedish Tourist Anna-Karin Bengtsson Found Deceased on Gran Canaria - Anna-Karin Bengtsson, a 52-year-old Swedish tourist, mysteriously disappeared on Gran Canaria around April 9. She was last seen in person on that day

Having checked out of the Abora Buenaventura hotel in Playa del Inglés, where she had gone, it seems, to continue working on her doctoral thesis on special education and textbook writing. She had gone there the day before and after settling her bill, and spending some time in the hotel lobby, she returned to her family apartment and called her daughter around 4:00 p.m. Her belongings, including her computer, chargers, passport, and ID card, were all later found in her apartment. The family also noticed that her mobile phone was off on April 10.

The Spice Girls Used to Flash Male Hotel Employees as a Prank, Mel B Reveals: 'They Wouldn't Know Where to Look' - Mel B or Scary Spice from The Spice Girls, is sharing some details from the girl group's time on the road

Melanie Brown, best known as Mel B or Scary Spice from The Spice Girls, is sharing some details from the girl group's time on the road. In a new interview, the singer, 48, explained that all of the women were extremely close — to the point where they had no problem disrobing in front of each other.

CRIME Philip Wong, 25, charged with murder, manslaughter after Jianqin Zhang, 54, found dead in Eagan hotel - A Twin Cities man is charged with murder and manslaughter in connection with the death of a 53-year-old woman

The Dakota County Attorney's Office says 25-year-old Philip Jedidiah Wong, of Little Canada, is accused of killing Jianqin Zhang inside an Eagan hotel on Oct. 12. Zhang, from Shanghai City, China, was found dead inside the Microtel Inn & Suites, according to the Dakota County Medical Examiner's Office, who ruled her death a homicide from strangulation. The criminal complaint, which was filed on Oct. 30, states Zhang was found dead on a bed by her friend and a hotel worker. Her friend told police Zhang was a sex worker, and the "organization" she worked for contacted the friend to do a welfare check after they hadn't heard from her for several hours, the complaint states.

Gems and jewellery worth Rs. 1.7 mn stolen from hotel shop - According to Kiriella Police, burglars broke into a jewellery shop linked to a tourist hotel in Kiriella and stole some of the merchandise

The Police said that white gold jewellery weighing six pounds and gold jewellery weighing 3.3 pounds worth Rs.1.7 million were among the stolen items. A stock of navaratna and sapphire gemstones was also among the pilfered articles. According to the police complaint, there were 32 boxes containing navaratna stones and 51 boxes of sapphires.

Shocking Racism and Assault Scandal At Marriott Renaissance Center - Brown, who was staying at the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center, explains that he was so severely beaten that he received a brain injury

A private security force originally founded by General Motors has apparently run roughshod over African Americans at the corporate Renaissance Center headquarters, including Marriott guest Demarko Brown, according to a lawsuit. Brown, who was staying at the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center, explains that he was so severely beaten that he received a brain injury. Allegations against the Renaissance Center’s security date back at least a dozen years.

Irish businessman Ben Dunne dies aged 74 - Always a spontaneous personality, he had by then discovered cocaine. Cherie Rudulski called and told her if she got over to the hotel, she would get $300 for two hours’ work

He booked them all into the biggest and plushest hotel in the city, the Grand Cypress Hotel, where he took a suite on the 17th floor at a cost of $1,200 a night. On the night of Wednesday, February 18, at around midnight, Dunne was alone in his suite and into a serious cocaine binge. A serial telephone addict when he was drinking or on drugs, he got out the local Yellow Pages, called ‘Escorts in a Flash’ and ordered a girl to come to suite No 1708 on the 17th floor.

Holiday travelers can expect cheaper flights, packed hotels and lots of boomers Airlines say they’re prepared to handle record volumes during the busy year-end season as consumers see some key travel costs fall.

This year’s post-pandemic travel boom is continuing into the holidays. Nearly half (48%) of Americans plan to travel between Thanksgiving and mid-January, up from 31% last winter, a recent Deloitte survey found. AAA expects 55.4 million travelers to venture at least 50 miles from home during the Thanksgiving period alone, a 2.3% increase from last year.

Erin Andrews gets emotional remembering when she called her parents about stalker recording her through a hotel peephole and posting the videos online

On Hoda's "Making Space" podcast, Erin Andrews described the emotional devastation she went through after first learning that a stalker had filmed her through a hotel peephole and posted the videos online. Erin Andrews says that one of the hardest moments during her ordeal with a stalker more than a decade ago was calling her parents to let them know she'd been secretly videotaped.

Turkish tourist robbed by date in Pattaya hotel - A Turkish tourist lost cash and a phone worth about 100,000 Baht after his date vanished from a hotel room on Saturday morning

The victim, Mr. Ruhan, told the police that he met a Thai woman on a dating app, who invited him to Pattaya from Phuket. They went to some bars in the Walking Street area of South Pattaya, and then returned to her room at a hotel in Soi Pattaya Second Road. The woman asked him to take a shower, and when he came out, he found that she had left. He checked his belongings and realized that she had taken US$ 2100 dollars (about 73,000 Baht) and an iPhone 14 Pro worth 30,000 Baht.

Las Vegas union hotel workers ratify Caesars contract - 99% of the vote favored the new five-year deal

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Las Vegas hotel union workers voted overwhelmingly Monday to approve their contract agreement with casino giant Caesars Entertainment, signaling an end to lengthy labor disputes that had brought the threat of a historic strike to the Strip. The Culinary Workers Union announced on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, that 99% of the vote favored the new five-year deal. “BEST CONTRACT EVER! Congratulations to 10,000 hospitality workers!,” the post said.

Authorities investigating fatal shooting at Osage Casino in Bartlesville - The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is investigating a deadly shooting in the parking lot of the new Osage Hotel Casino outside of Bartlesville

OSBI Public Information Manager Hunter McKee told 2 News an Osage Nation police officer responded for service at the Osage Hotel around 5 a.m. Tuesday morning. They said a man drove off in his blue truck, pulling the officer with him as the officer tried talking to him. McKee said a bystander saw what was going on and shot and killed the driver. The officer is expected to be okay.

Former UC athlete arrested after calling 911 to report stolen 'half-gram of marijuana' - She allegedly called the police to her hotel room

STUART, Fla. (WKRC) - A former member of the UC Women's Golf Team was arrested after she allegedly called the police to her hotel room to report that someone had stolen a "half-gram" of marijuana from her. What 23-year-old Lily Marie Rinker didn't realize is that she already had two outstanding warrants out for her arrest. According to a probable cause affidavit, Stuart police responded to a call at approximately 2 a.m. about an alleged theft that had occurred at a hotel.

Cops called to Chelsea Hotel after fans follow Marisa Tomei, security brandished Tasers

Deep trouble! A star-studded party at the Chelsea Hotel for the buzzy off-Broadway play “Danny and the Deep Blue Sea” went a little off the deep end Monday night after aggressive selfie-seekers “taunted” Marisa Tomei. Spies say event security repelled an iPhone-wielding horde with Tasers, and then someone in the crowd called the cops.

Belfast woman orders £1,890 cocktail by accident in five-star London hotel And judging by her husband's reaction he was not impressed - Left in shock after being given a bar bill for almost £2,000 - despite only having one cocktail

A Belfast woman on a city break to London has told how she was left in shock after being given a bar bill for almost £2,000 - despite only having one cocktail. Lynsey Bennett was enjoying a stay in the five-star hotel when she and her husband went to the bar for a drink. In a post on TikTok Lynsey said: "My husband and I were in London just before New Year. One day, we had been to the theatre, had a nice meal, we were a little bit tipsy and went back to our hotel bar.

Luann de Lesseps Accused of ‘Going Off’ at Hotel Employees During BravoCon Weekend - So, while Gizelle was on the phone complaining to the manager about her breakfast, Luann was in the lobby berating the hotel staff because she couldn’t get hers

When you bring hundreds of Bravloebrities to Las Vegas for BravoCon, you’re guaranteed to see at least one temper tantrum thrown over a minor inconvenience. This year, that temper tantrum allegedly came from Real Housewives of New York City legend Luann de Lesseps. Apparently, the hotel staff displeased Countess Lu, so she let them have it.

Griffin hotel group says ‘relentless rise’ in interest rates behind drop in profit - Operator of Monart Destination Spa and Ferrycarrig Hotel in Co Wexford, as well as nearby Hotel Kilkenny, sees profits fall by a third

Griffin Group Hotels, which operates the Monart Destination Spa and the Ferrycarrig Hotel in Co Wexford, as well as the nearby Hotel Kilkenny, saw its profits drop by more than a third last year. The business said it was “significantly impacted” by the rise in interest rates, as well as in the cost of food and energy.