A Los Angeles-area school teacher was arrested and charged with child abuse for allegedly punching a student several times during a violent encounter videotaped by classmates. The dispute began when Marston Riley, 64, told the student he was not wearing the proper school uniform, witnesses said. The boy reportedly responded with racial slurs, allegedly cursing and using the N-word. Marston Riley, 64, was released Saturday from Los Angeles County Jail on $50,000 bail.
It’s crazy what’s caught on film when you leave your home security camera rolling. This squirrel thief seemed to be trick-or-treating but ended up just stealing a pumpkin and then falling off the front step. Another video shows some kids playing with a skeleton get spooked when a neighbor speaks to them through the monitoring device. And then there were some who seemed to be more into the tricks than the treats. InsideEdition.com’s Keleigh Nealon ( has more.
A Texas homeowner was at work when she checked her security cameras to see someone stealing a package from her porch. “Hey, what are you doing?” Michelle Tull said through a speaker to the suspect. Her voice startled the stranger. The person at the porch claimed she was at the wrong house. “Oh, my God, I’m so sorry. I’m so sorry,” the suspect replied. Tull told Inside Edition she isn’t sure if it was a genuine mistake or something not so innocent.
A Florida couple says they’ll never set foot on another Carnival Cruise ship after they say they found a hidden recording device in their stateroom. In an exclusive interview that will air on Inside Edition Monday, Chris and Dana White say they were aboard the Carnival Fantasy for a three-day Caribbean cruise last October when they noticed the device, which they say was hidden among TV wires and pointing at their bed.
A Pennsylvania family was horrified to discover a hidden camera recording them in their hotel room, but are they the only ones being watched? The Wallace family said they found a concealed recording device in their room at a Virginia Beach hotel over Memorial Day weekend. Angela Wallace, her husband and 11-year-old daughter found the camera pointed at the shower during their stay at The Knights Inn and Suites. The Inside Edition investigative team went to the hotel and approached the manager.
A photographer is looking for a couple he captured in a picture-perfect proposal, shot as the sun set over Yosemite. “I couldn’t believe what was happening,” Matthew Dippel told Inside Edition. “… I just pointed and snapped away.” Dippel was visiting the California national park in California when he saw a magical moment taking place across the canyon. Now he wants to know whose image he captured, turning to social media to track the couple down in the hopes of giving them the stunning photo.
Troy Vance says spirits have always been attracted to him, but this was one ghostly encounter. “Something just hit my truck!” he’s heard yelling in a video he took inside the truck he claims is haunted. Vance says the encounter happened after he photographed what looks like the ghost of a drowned boy in the front seat of his vehicle. After trying to record sounds of growls he heard in his truck, something suddenly banged on his car. InsideEdition.com’s Keleigh Nealon ( has more.