Mariah Carey Praises Law Enforcement After Arresting Burglary Suspects!

Mariah Carey has a lot to be thankful for!

The crime rate in Atlanta appears to be at an all-time high, and it looks like some fan-favorite celebrities have suffered the most from the plague. One such celebrity is the “When You Believe” singer, whose home was recently burglarized. Luckily, the sonic singer can rest easy as law enforcement has apprehended some crime-related suspects in the area.

Mariah Carey thanks law enforcement for a job well done


It looks like the citizens of Atalanta will now be sleeping comfortably after a recent update regarding the series of reckless crimes, including home invasions in certain areas of the city. According to TMZ According to law enforcement sources, three men – all aged 24 – named Jeremy Caldwell, Jalen Huff and Terryion Anderson, have been arrested in Miami in connection with the crimes.

The three men, who are believed to be responsible for the armed robberies, burglaries and home break-ins, picked celebrities when the homeowners were away at the time, according to Sandy Springs PD. From there, Carey extended his gratitude to law enforcement officers who ensured they followed due process to see justice done.

A source noted that the singer of the five-octave vocal range was “so grateful to the detectives who arrived on the scene immediately.” Fans of the singer will recall that the mother-of-two’s house was robbed in July during her free time with boyfriend Bryan Tanaka and children Monroe Cannon and Moroccan Scott Cannon.

The Grammy-winning singer’s home, which features a king-size pool, tennis court, nine bedrooms and 13 bathrooms, is set in a 16,000-square-foot mansion on four acres of ground. The Blast shared this the “Hero” singer, who was vacationing in the Hamptons and Italy with her family, kept mom in the loop on news of her home being broken into.

Moments before the home invasion happened, Carey posted photos from her vacation on her Instagram page, alerting suspects that she was away from home. Although the relevant authorities did not release any details regarding the loss of property, it was confirmed that the burglary took place and the investigation is still ongoing.

The ongoing case has done nothing to stop Carey from posting updates of her family vacation on social media.

The ‘All I Want For Christmas Is You’ singer landed in hot waters over branding plans

The ‘Girls Trip’ star, who rose to fame after the release of her debut album in 1990, faced backlash from other female artists due to a name controversy. Trouble began after Carey revealed plans to trademark the name ‘Queen of Christmas’ – a title she earned after releasing the hit single, ‘All I Want for Christmas’ and went on to garner plenty of hits. ‘silver.

The song has become so beloved that its fans consider it a classic Christmas song that gets better with each passing holiday season. After dominating the US Billboard 100 chart for more than 25 years after its release, “All I Want For Christmas Is You” landed the distinction of being the best-selling holiday song by a female musician.

Unfortunately, other holiday singers seemed unimpressed with Carey’s intention to be referred to exclusively as the “Christmas Queen” or “Christmas Princess” despite the song’s praise. The Blast shared this singers like Elizabeth Chan and Darlene Love are two major singers who have publicly expressed their dissatisfaction with Carey’s plan.

The famous hitmakers believe the “Always Be My Baby” singer was trying to monopolize the game, and they have no problem suing her to fight the looming brand. In Chan’s words:

“Christmas came long before us on earth, and I hope it will be long after us on earth. seeks forever.

The “Ghost of Christmas Past” singer added that she felt Carey was wrong because Christmas didn’t belong to just one person. Carey has yet to publicly respond to Chan and Love’s criticism.