Jul 01, 2022
DC Teen Burglars Charged With Trying To Kill Officer During Maryland Pursuit
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Three teen burglars from Washington DC have been charged with trying to kill a Maryland police officer during a pursuit, authorities announced.
Officers responding to the 6000 block of Johnson Avenue in Gaithersburg for an attempted burglary in process saw a BMW SUV matching a previous description from a similar incident leaving the area around 1:20 a.m. on Thursday, June 30, county police said.
The surveillance footage indicated four unknown suspects entered the residence and stole a GMC Yukon SUV, which was subsequently recovered in the area the next day.
During surveillance, the suspect vehicle came to an abrupt stop causing an officer to swerve to avoid hitting the suspect vehicle. The officer heard three gunshots before the vehicle then passed the officer, firing one more.
The officer’s vehicle sustained damage from the gunshots and the suspect continued to flee. A pursuit was initiated, but the suspects lost control of the car and crashed near Wisconsin Avenue and I-495.
Two suspects were immediately taken into custody following the collision. A search by Montgomery County Police K9 and the Prince George’s County Police helicopter, “Guardian,” helped to locate the third suspect, who was taken into custody.
The three Northeast DC teens were identified as Maynor Josue Bonilla-Flores, Jason Benitez-Umanzor and Brad Roca.
Through the course of the investigation, officers determined that they were connected to other residential burglaries and found evidence. All three were charged as adults with attempted murder, first degree assault and first-degree burglary.
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WATCH: Ontario Mayor Doug Ford swallows a bee during news conference
Social media was abuzz in Canada over the weekend after a bee flew into the mouth of Ontario Premier Doug Ford as he held a news conference.
Ford, brother of the late Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, was speaking to reporters Friday in Dundalk, Ont., at a briefing about privatizing health care when the incident occurred. The bee could be seen flying around the premier's face before disappearing from view. The development caused Ford to suddenly step back from the lectern and reach into his mouth to try and get the bug out, all while coughing and gagging repeatedly.
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“Holy Christ, I just swallowed a bee!” the 57-year-old exclaimed before drinking from a bottle of water.
The Ontario premier remained in good spirits afterward, joking about how the incident was a "classic" moment that was sure to go viral online.
Watch as Ontario Premier @fordnation swallows a bee live on TV during a news conference. pic.twitter.com/5bcAK6TPSa— Brian Lilley (@brianlilley) August 12, 2022
“This is going to be played over and over again,” Ford remarked as reporters struggled to contain their laughter, later adding that he would be "howling" while watching the incident on television later that day.
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After being asked if he was alright and able to continue, the center right politician replied: "I'm okay" before noting that the bee was "buzzing in there," referencing his stomach.
"Man, he went right down the hatch," he said, laughing.Canada News