Missing Student Mollie Tibbetts’ Boyfriend Takes Lie Detector Test – See The Results!

The high school sweetheart of missing Iowa College student Mollie Tibbetts says he took a lie detector test when questioned by authorities and passed, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.

Dalton Jack, however, is unsure if he is a person of interest in the disappearance of the 20-year-old Iowa State University student, who went missing a month ago from her tiny hometown of Brooklyn, Iowa.

“You know they got to clear all their bases,” he told Radar. “They got to start eliminating stuff before they start narrowing in. I understand that entirely. If they need to check me out or anybody else out, they’ll pretty much check you off the list. I’m more than willing to comply.”

Being kept in the dark by authorities isn’t unusual in this missing person’s case, which has captivated the nation.

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Mollie went jogging in a seemingly safe, obscure agricultural town of 1,400 residents on July 18, and has never been heard from since.

The 20-year-old is loved by all who say they know her. She has been described as a spunky, positive-natured young woman who was an outgoing and a visible presence at her high school. She was on her second year at Iowa State.

Authorities consider her disappearance after going for a jog around 7:30 p.m. “suspicious.”

“Nothing in the world would make me happier than for her to be walking in through the door right now,” Dalton told Radar.

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When asked who administered the polygraph test – the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation or FBI – Dalton couldn’t answer.

“I don’t know who it was,” he admitted. “I don’t know what department it was. I don’t know what I’m allowed to tell you on that situation and what I’m not, because obviously they didn’t make it public.”

Spokespersons for state and federal authorities declined to confirm the polygraph.

“With this being an on-going investigation, we will not be discussing any investigative information at this time” a spokesman for the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation told Radar.

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Meanwhile, Dalton insisted he was going to help find his girl. When asked about a theory that alleges a villain is holding Mollie, the determined boyfriend was reminded of another fiend, and the horrors he inflicted on unsuspecting victims.

“Well you know, I’m not going to count that out,” he said. “When John Wayne Gacy was a serial killer in [his] community for 20 years… nobody thought anything of him. I’m not going to count any of that out. I’m not going to say there’s a person like that living in [my] community. I’m not going to say that there is.”

Gacy, who dressed as a clown at charitable fundraising events he helped promote [in his community], was accused of sexually assaulting and murdering more than 30 victims in Illinois in the 1970s. He was sentenced to death and executed by lethal injection in 1994.

Dalton encourages anyone with information, no matter the scrutiny that comes with law enforcement, to come forward, and to not speculate any further from there.

“Innocent people aren’t going to keep coming forward with information if they think they’re going to get thrown over the fire every single time that they do that,” he said. “Let people say what they need to say. If the authorities think it’s of interest, then let them do that. You don’t need to be making any of your own theories on that.”

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Cops Admit To Allegedly Recording Ex ‘RHOC’ Star Josh Warning’s Jailhouse Phone Calls

Private jail phone calls between Josh Waring and his public defender were accessed by Orange County jail staff, and now the reality T.V. star’s attorney believes police could have obtained privileged information related to Waring’s attempted murder case, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.

Former Real Housewives of Orange County star Lauri Peterson’s son Waring has been in jail since June 20, 2016, and is accused of attempting to kill Daniel Lopez, 35, who was shot outside a sober living home in Costa Mesa. Waring has pleaded not guilty to the charges.

As Radar previously reported, the company that facilitates jailhouse calls admitted they had recorded calls that were on inmates’ “Do Not Record” list and Waring’s attorney told Radar that the Orange County Sheriff’s officials told him two of Waring’s phone calls with his previous attorney were recorded.

“I’m not even surprised given everything that has shaped so far,” Waring’s lawyer Joel Garson said in an exclusive interview with Radar. “I’m still waiting to see if those are the only phone calls that were recorded because I now don’t trust that those are the only two. The Sheriffs haven’t provided me with a copy, but we will keep digging until we get to the bottom of this.”

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Orange County Sheriff’s officials said two of Waring’s phone conversations in October 2016 with his then-public defender were recorded, downloaded and copied to a CD, according to Garson.

Phone conversations with defendants and their attorneys are protected by law under attorney-client privilege and should be included on a “Do Not Record” list maintained by the Sheriff’s jail staff.

Waring’s attorney Garson told Radar he is still waiting to obtain other jail recordings and disks that are under the possession of Costa Mesa Police, which was the agency that arrested Waring in 2016. Garson said police have told him that at least one of the disks is missing.

“It’s a little fishy,” Garson told Radar.

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“What happened to those disks? For some reason, those calls between Josh and the public defender are missing, even though the list that we got from the Sheriff’s says they were recorded and copied to a disk.”

The revelation of the breech came to a head this week after it was revealed in court that Waring and other inmates’ “Do Not Record” calls were possibly accessed.

Radar exclusively revealed the bombshell court documents that showed the Sheriff’s Department staff accessed 58 of 1,070 calls that were allegedly improperly recorded.

The calls were then listened to 87 times by Sheriff’s Department staff according to testimony in Waring’s hearing in Orange County this week.

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Greg Boston, director of inmate services at the Orange County jail, testified vendor GTL (Global Tel Link Corp.) informed his staff last month that a software upgrade in 2015 possibly caused the glitch in the jail recording system.

In a July 27, 2018 letter written by Darren Wallace, Executive VP of GTL, and addressed to Orange County Sheriff Sandra Hutchens, the situation was revealed.

“After conducting research, we have determined that the Sheriff’s Department staff, and in certain circumstances GTL for investigative or technical purposes, accessed 58 of those 1,070 recorded calls a total of 87 times,” a letter from the company exclusively obtained by Radar revealed.

The breech could mean the dismissal of pending cases such as Waring’s or even the reversal of
convictions in other serious cases.

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The revelation that privileged conversations were recorded, downloaded and accessed by law enforcement has caused county officials and the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department to scramble with damage control measures.

In a statement to Radar, Orange County Sheriff’s Sandra Hutchens said she was only made aware of the breech in June 2018:

“Since that time, I have discovered the scope of the technical error that occurred during an upgrade resulted in the recording of 1,079 inmate telephone calls to numbers that should have been designated as ‘do not record.’ Although each call was prefaced with a warning that calls were ‘subject to monitoring and recording’ we know that these calls never should have been recorded by GTL. The (Orange County Sheriff’s Department) staff immediately directed GTL to correct the issue.”

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Hutchins continued: “Prior to June 2018, we had received no notice from GTL that this was an issue. We rely on many third-party vendors to provide vital services to our Department. It is my expectation that the vendors comply with the requirements of the contracts they agree to, and that they meet the requirements of those contracts. I am deeply disappointed that this technical glitch by GTL occurred and concerned about the serious consequences it may bring. I intend to request that the County of Orange Office of Independent Review look into this issue. In addition, the Sheriff’s Department is looking to review the terms of our agreement with GTL, considering action for breach of contract and taking into serious consideration our options for providing inmate telephone services.”

Michelle Van Der Linden, spokeswoman for the Orange County District Attorney’s Office, told Radar they are also looking into the matter.

“The first time our office became aware of this matter was this week when the OCSD employee testified about it in court,” Van Der Linden said. “It is our understanding that the OCSD is looking into the matter further to better understand the scope of the issue and will be providing more detail to the court. We will review that information and any impacts it may have. The OCDA is committed to taking any and all appropriate discovery related actions, on all impacted cases, depending on the information received from OCSD.”

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Fear Sets In! Danielle Staub Has Police Protection At Home After Restraining Order

Danielle Staub Police Protection Home Restraining Order Husband Marty Caffrey

Danielle Staub has around-the-clock police protection at her home after being granted a restraining order against her estranged husband, RadarOnline.com exclusively learned.

The Real Housewives of New Jersey star wasn’t taking any chances with Marty Caffrey, whom she accused of “domestic violence non-reported verbal abuse.”

“Danielle has a marked police car outside her house now,” an insider snitched to Radar. “Marty isn’t supposed to come back to the house, but after he was escorted back by the police earlier in the week to pick things up from the home, Danielle was given police protection,” the source told Radar.

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Captain Torrell of the Englewood, New Jersey Police Department told Radar they could not discuss details of a domestic violence case. But he said that the police department provides security for residents when they are in need.

According to Staub’s restraining order, which was obtained by Radar, they had a huge blowout on August 13, 2018. Cops were called twice to their home and escorted him off the property in the middle of the night.

When Staub’s restraining order was granted, Caffrey was banned from the home, but he had a police escort with him when he returned to collect personal belongings.

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Marty’s behavior really scared Danielle and so she asked for police protection when she is alone in the house,” the source explained.

In Caffrey’s restraining order, which has been granted, he claimed she threatened to “stab him in the neck at least a dozen times.”

As Radar previously reported, Caffrey and Staub are scheduled to appear in court on August 20, 2018 for the restraining orders.

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America’s Most Evil Dad ‘Cared More About Dog’ Than Wife & Children He Murdered

Colorado’s most evil dad Chris Watts “cared more about the dog,” than his family, his neighbor told RadarOnline.com exclusively in a shocking interview that reveals the pet was heard howling the day his wife and children were murdered.

The alleged murderer has been arrested for the brutal slayings of his pregnant wife, Shanann, and daughters, Bella and Celeste, who disappeared on Monday.

His neighbor, Charyle Hallowell, 68, lives two houses away from the Watts family and she shared her first-hand knowledge of his affection for the dog, a Dachshund, over the family.

He was barking up until the cops took him away,” Hallowell told Radar about the family dog this week. “Someone must have gone and got him later.”

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Hallowell said she was very familiar with the animal.

“The dog made more noise than the family did,” she told Radar. “When I’m out on my deck, I hear him barking, and I knew it came from them.”

The neighbor gave Radar a haunting insight into life inside the Watts’ home this week.

“And on this one particular day, that the family went missing, I could hear him,” Hallowell said about the dog.

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“It was like he was being punished, or hurt or something. He was just howling. Because we had a dog, I said ‘What the hell is that all about?’

“So, we called the police and asked him to check on the dog. And it turned out that he was okay. They did a wellness check on the dog.”

Authorities have revealed that they believe Chris killed Shanann, Bella and Celeste in the home. Their bodies were found on Anadarko Petroleum Corporation’s property, where Chris was employed.

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“I don’t know if at the time of the murders, if the dog was in the house, he may have put him outside at the time or something,” Hallowell told Radar.

“It seemed to me like he cared more about the dog,” Hallowell told Radar.

Chris was arrested on Wednesday for the murders of his pregnant wife and young daughters and he allegedly confessed to their killings. He is scheduled to appear in court on August 21, 2018 and is being held without bail.

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Mollie Tibbetts’ Mother’s Heartbreak: Family Member Murdered In Cold Blood!

Mollie Tibbetts mother family member murdered before missing iowa student Laura Calderwood

Memories of a chilling murder came flooding back to haunt the mother of Mollie Tibbets after the mysterious disappearance of the spunky Iowa University student.

Before the 20-year-old went missing month ago, Laura Calderwood lived through the shock of having her cousin and his wife murdered during a bank heist, she exclusively tells RadarOnline.com.

Laura said she never thought she would live through another tragedy like the deaths of Danny and Dawn Kriegel, who were forced by Gordon “Butch” Earley to carry out an inside job that lead to the robbery of the Grinnel State Bank in November 1979.

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“They had the keys to the bank,” Laura recalls. “After it was all done, they were never seen again. Their bodies were found six months later.”

Earley was found guilty by a jury on two counts of killing a person in the course of committing a larceny and was sent to prison. Brave Laura says she had to consider whether there was any connection to the disappearance of her daughter on July 18.

Mollie vanished after she left her boyfriend’s home in their hometown of Brooklyn, Iowa, to go for an early evening jog that night.

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She declined to say if investigators looking for Mollie had also made the same consideration. However, she did point out, “The person who committed that crime went to prison. No members of that family live in this area at all. It’s been ruled out,” she tells Radar.

“Plus, that was a murder,” she adds. “There’s no other crime associated with Molly to my knowledge.”

The family, convinced Mollie is being held against her will and determined to break free from her abductor, is keeping hope alive that she will soon return home.

“She’s just a strong person and a fighter,” says her younger brother Scott, 17. “She’s just not the type to give up.

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Local and state investigators, working with the FBI, say they are working tirelessly to find Molly, scouring the rural farmlands around Brooklyn for clues as to where she may be.

Laura, maintaining a smile, says she tries to stay strong to get through the waiting.

“They say usually it’s one day at a time,” she tells Radar. “For me it’s actually going one minute at a time.”

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Final Farewell: Aretha Franklin’s Funeral Details Revealed

Aretha Franklin – Public And Private Memorials Set For Queen Of Soul

The Queen of Soul will be laid to rest at the end of the month, RadarOnline.com has learned, but not before her kingdom of fans have one final chance to say goodbye.

Aretha Franklin, who died Aug. 16 after battling pancreatic cancer, will first lie in state in her hometown of Detroit from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Aug. 28 and Aug. 29. Those wishing to pay their final respects can do so at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit.

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Her funeral will be at 10 a.m. Aug. 31 at the Greater Grace Temple, but that’s for family and friends only.

Franklin will then be entombed at Woodlawn Cemetery in Detroit, along with her father, brother, sisters and nephew.

As Radar reported, Franklin passed away at age 76, after losing her long battle against cancer.

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Franklin was first diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2010. While her treatment seemed to be working, the illness came back in 2017. In her final days, family members admitted the music icon was “very ill.”

“She fought a good fight,” nephew Tim Franklin told Radar, adding that the star was very brave in her battle. “She went home in peace.”

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Chris Watts Filed For $448K Bankruptcy Before Allegedly Killing Pregnant Wife & Kids

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Chris Watts was in serious financial strain years before he allegedly confessed to murdering his pregnant wife Shanann and their two young daughters. RadarOnline.com can reveal exclusive details on the Watts family’s bombshell bankruptcy filing.

Chris, 33, and Shanann, 34, filed for chapter 7 bankruptcy in June 2015, owing $448,820.11 to creditors.


The couple owed $378,348 for their Frederick, Colorado home.

They racked up $53,028.15 in credit card bills, including Macys, Toys R Us, Nordstrom and Sears accounts. They also owed $11,245 in student loans.

Chris, 33, and Shanann’s monthly income is $4,909.03 despite spending $4,897.66 a month.

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In the documents, they explained how they expect a decrease because Shanann, 34, is “expecting another child and will work fewer hours.” They are referring to their second daughter.

The debt was discharged on September 14, 2015.

Watts was arrested on Wednesday, August 15 after he allegedly confessed to killing his pregnant wife and their two daughters Bella, 4, and Celeste, 3.

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Shanann’s body was found on Anadarko Petroleum Corporation’s property. The bodies of two young girls were found on Thursday. Police have “strong reason to believe” the bodies are of Bella and Celeste.

He is expected to be charged with three first-degree murder charges and three tampering with evidence charges.

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