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    A New York State driver told Fair Lawn police that someone else had planted the heroin and crack they found in her car in order to get her in trouble, authorities said. Johnni-Rose Szambel , 24, of Warwick, was trying to hide the drugs when she was stopped by Detectives Geovanny Buitron and Justin DiGuglielmo on Lincoln Avenue at Harristown Road, Sgt. Brian Metzler said. She then told them that someone was "trying to set her up” by tossing both into her car, the sergeant said. Szamble was charged with drug and paraphernalia possession, driving without a license, careless driving and not wearing a seatbelt, he said. She was released pending court action.
    (CNN)The woman accused of killing an elite cyclist in Texas used someone else's passport to flee to Costa Rica, where she changed her hair length and color to avoid authorities, according to the US Marshals Service.Authorities say they found Kaitlin Marie Armstrong at a hostel in Costa Rica on Wednesday. She's facing extradition to the United States to face murder charges in the death of Anna Moriah "Mo" Wilson, who was shot May 11.Auhorities say Kaitlin Marie Armstrong flew from Newark, New Jersey, to Costa Rica on May 18. Wilson briefly dated Armstrong's boyfriend, a professional cyclist, and investigators say romantic jealousy might have been a motivating factor.Here's a timeline of the case, from Wilson's death to the capture of Armstrong, a 34-year-old real estate agent and yoga teacher from Austin, Texas.May 11: Wilson is found dead with multiple gunshot wounds at the home of a friend. She had told her friend she was going for an afternoon swim with Colin Strickland, 35, a professional cyclist and Armstrong's boyfriend. He tells police he and Wilson swam and ate dinner, and...
    A CHEATER was caught out when someone spotted him messaging someone on a dating app, while standing next to his girlfriend. The couple were spotted by a TikTok user while they were ordering food, looking closely at the man’s phone she spotted that he wasn’t just texting a friend but was actually on the popular dating app Hinge. 2The man could be seen messaging on the dating app while stood with his girlfriendCredit: TikTok/@hairbyparis 2TikToker Paris zoomed in on the messages and found that he was planning to meet up with another woman for drinksCredit: TikTok/@hairbyparis Posted to TikTok by hair stylist Paris, known to her followers as @hairbyparis, the video has since received over 120K views. “When you’re cheating on a dating app while you’re with your lady,” writes Paris who then zooms in on the anonymous man’s phone showing some of the messages he’s exchanged with the mystery woman. Eagle-eyed viewers were then treated to a view of some of these messages, with some managing to decipher what was being said. When zoomed in it’s clear that he...
    A WOMAN caught her boyfriend cheating in the oddest way possible. All it took was recognizing his breakfast order and an arguably random part of his body - his thumb. 1A man's specific breakfast order gave away the fact that he was cheating on his girlfriend of two and a half yearsCredit: TikTok According to The Daily Star, the woman shared a screengrab from Instagram in a TikTok video, writing: "When you catch your boyfriend cheating because you recognized his breakfast order and thumb in another girl's Instagram post." Upon reaching out to the woman, she realized that they apparently shared a boyfriend. The man had been cheating on them both for about two and a half years. The woman explained in the comments of her video: "Basically neither of us knew the other existed and each got a different excuse when we confronted him after I found the picture and messaged her. Read more on the sunLUXE LOOK I'm an interior designer - 5 updates to make your kitchen look more expensiveBun No More I'm a hair stylist –...
    RONNIE O'Sullivan had enough in the tank to overcome David Gilbert in the snooker World Snooker Championship. 'Rocket', 46, came from behind to win 10-5 at the Crucible - but this performance will be remembered for other reasons. 1Ronnie O'Sullivan performs x-rated gesture after missing a routine blackCredit: Twitter @ronnieo147 really wasn’t pleased about missing that black [email protected] #SnookerWorldChampionship #RonnieOsullivan #W⚓️ pic.twitter.com/NpXvucg3cH— Jon Mac (@JD_Mac82) April 17, 2022 Winning seven frame to five, O'Sullivan was lining up a routine black to continue a break. However, with just 28 points on the board he inexplicably missed the easy pot. And Ronnie wasn't shy of showing his dissatisfaction with his effort, and was caught on BBC cameras doing an x-rated hand gesture soon after. It didn't matter though, as O'Sullivan would go on to win the frame before sealing his place in the second round. The sports legend is aiming for a record-equalling seventh world title, but needed to be at his best after trailing 3-0 early on. But breaks of 122, 109 and 104 settled him down and eventually saw off...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- This week on Windy City Weekend, Val and Ryan talk about the Bears hiring a new head coach!Also, Val's son Max is stepping into his own as a track star! Ryan challenges Max to a future race!Plus, President Joe Biden gets caught cursing Fox News reporter on a hot mic. The hosts talk about the times they've been caught talking about someone.And, what does an ideal partner look like? Val and Ryan break down the top signs that your husband is a keeper!Project HardknocksEMBED More News Videos Now, instead of mourning in silence, Harris' family and friends are turning tragedy into legacy by continuing the work of his nonprofit. Last summer, 24-year-old Dashaun Harris was shot and killed in the South Loop. Before his untimely death, Harris was the CEO and founder of the unofficial non-profit, Project HardKnocks. The initial mission of Project HardKnocks was to host a food drive on Thanksgiving."He created it five years back. Pretty much, he just saw a lot of problems throughout our community and stepped up to help," Harris's friend and...
    FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) — The Fort Lauderdale Police Department is investigating an attempted kidnapping which was caught on video. According to investigators, the victim was walking in the 500 block of East Las Olas Boulevard on Thursday, September 9 around 6:00 a.m. toward Fort Lauderdale Beach when a man ran up behind her. READ MORE: New Moon's King Tides To Continue To Affect Parts Of South FloridaThe man grabbed her, choked her, and then slammed her on the ground before beginning to drag her. However, a witness interrupted the attack and the suspect jumped on a bike and disappeared before police arrived. Police are releasing video of the suspect in hopes someone will recognize him. READ MORE: Florida Board Of Education Votes To Sanction Some School Districts, Including Broward & Miami-Dade, Over Mask PoliciesInvestigators say they are not aware of any additional victims. However, if someone believes they may have been victimized by this man, contact the Fort Lauderdale Police Department. Fort Lauderdale police are looking for this man, wanted for an attempted kidnapping of a woman walking...
                        Arizona Senate Republicans issued the results of the independent ballot audit they conducted of the 2020 presidential and U.S. Senate election in Maricopa County Friday during a presentation, showing findings that numerous election laws were broken and security measures breached. One of the most startling findings came from Ben Cotton, the founder of CyFIR. He said hundreds of thousands of election files — which the Maricopa County Supervisors refused to allow the auditors to examine — were deleted the day before the audit began, a violation of federal law which requires federal election records to be retained for 22 months. Although the name of the account that deleted them was not tied to a specific election worker, Cotton said there is video of the person who accessed those servers at that time. Cotton said the flaws in security were so serious that the voting machines could have been hacked within minutes. “The vulnerabilities that exist on these systems would take an average script kitty less than ten minutes...
    EVER QUESTIONED the existence of ghosts and spirits? Well, this video might change your mind... A woman caught on video a mysterious figure after hearing her daughter talking to someone. 3A woman caught a dark figure in her living roomCredit: TikTok/Genevieve Mary 3Her daughter had been talking to itCredit: TikTok/Genevieve Mary In a very eerie video, Genevive Mary called out to her young daughter, who was playing in the other room, because she heard her having a conversation with someone. The two were home alone so this was a strange occurrence – a child's imagination can only go so far. As she called out to her daughter, who quickly made her way towards her, she noticed a slightly taller figure walking in front of the girl before it disappeared to one corner of the room. The mom even asked the little girl who she was playing with but received no answer. In the post, she wrote: "Heard my daughter talking to someone so I called her over and asked who, but I didn't notice it until after watching it... ...
    THE LOSS of a father suspected of contracting Covid-19 from an unvaccinated person inspired his two daughters to sound off in his obituary against those who refuse to get jabbed.  “Clark R. Allen of Lantana, Florida, passed away on July 22, 2021, at the age of 84,” reads the two daughter’s start of his obituary, keeping true to their father’s start he began jotting before heading to a senior home. 3Two surviving daughters who lost their father from Covid-19 blamed his death on an unvaccinated person in an emotionally charged obituaryCredit: 10TampaBay.com
    A REDDIT user claims to have spotted someone in a very compromising position on Google Maps. The Google Maps fan posted two screenshots of a man with his trousers down squatting in a field and seemingly relieving himself. 2A Reddit user says he spotted this person on Google MapsCredit: Reddit 2The images were posted with the caption "I found someone pooping in the grass..."Credit: Reddit The images were accompanied by a statement which says: "I found someone pooping in the grass...". This was posted on a popular Google Maps Reddit thread. One Reddit user replied: "If this isn’t something to be proud of, I don’t know what is." Another said: "Imagine forever being the Google Earth Pooper." Another joked: "When ya gotta go, ya gotta go. Wonder if that’s the Google driver?" The squatter is said to have been spotted in the city of Roosendaal in the Netherlands. Exact co-ordinates have not been given. A Reddit user asked: "Please give the address/coordinates, I live close to Roosendaal so I’m really curious." So far, they've received no response. The Reddit thread...
    STAN HONDA/AFP via Getty Images New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick (L) and Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Bill Cowher (R) meet at midfield after the Patriots beat the Steelers in the AFC Championship game on January 27, 2002. Earlier this week Bill Cowher’s new memoir, Heart and Steel, went on sale in bookstores nationwide. While there are countless new revelations in the book, there are some subjects that Cowher glosses over or doesn’t touch on at all. For example, there is less than a page devoted to the 2004 draft and the pivotal decision to select quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, and just one paragraph devoted to Roethlisberger’s life-threatening motorcycle accident in 2006. The latest Steelers news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Steelers newsletter here! Join Heavy on Steelers! Curiously, there is also no mention of Spygate, despite the fact that Cowher devotes considerable attention to discussing the team’s postseason games—wins and losses alike—including the home losses to the New England Patriots in the 2001 and 2004 AFC Championship games. Spygate Re-VisitedHowever, Cowher did...
    Bill Cowher's tenure as the head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers featured two AFC Championship game losses to the legendary Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots. In the early 2000s, the Patriots and the Spygate scandal was the topic of conversation in the NFL and even though New England may have had an advantage in both games, Cowher said that he doesn't blame Belichick and the Patriots for doing whatever it takes to gain a competitive edge. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "It's only cheating if you get caught," Cowher told The Athletic in a recent interview. "Like any player, if you're going to hold him, don't get caught. If you get caught you're wrong, if you don't you're right. I always thought we never lost the games to New England because of Spygate. If he got the calls because we didn't do a very good job of making sure we signaled those in, that's on us, it's not on him. "We're always looking for competitive edges. I think as any coach whether it's someone's stance,...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A driver captured video of a brazen robbery while driving through traffic in San Francisco on Friday afternoon.The driver, Alex, says he was about to get on an onramp, heading east on I-80 around 4:30 p.m. There, he witnessed someone jump out of a Honda Accord and smash a window of a Prius in front of him.The thief grabbed a bag and drove off.ABC7's Dion Lim spoke to the victims of the robbery, a husband and wife, who are from Iran.Ben says him and his wife, Masha, are real estate photographers and were on a shoot near Dolores Park. ROBBED WHILE DRIVING: Ben & Masha, real estate photographers noticed someone was following them near the on-ramp heading east on I-80 WATCH: their window gets smashed & suspects take $7K in photo equipment. Tesla driver Alex caught it all camera. https://t.co/dfdfCRywJ7 pic.twitter.com/YyCz8Jg00B— Dion Lim (@DionLimTV) February 6, 2021Ben, who was in the passenger seat of the Prius, says his wife noticed someone following them after the shoot.The couple says about $7,000 worth of camera equipment was stolen....
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A driver captured video of a brazen robbery while driving through traffic in San Francisco on Friday afternoon.The driver, Alex, says he was about to get on an onramp, heading east on I-80 around 4:30 p.m. There, he witnessed someone jump out of a Honda Accord and smash a window of a Prius in front of him.The thief grabbed a bag and drove off.ABC7's Dion Lim spoke to the victims of the robbery, a husband and wife, who are from Iran. Ben, who was in the passenger seat of the Prius, says his wife, Masha, noticed someone following them after the shoot.Ben says they are real estate photographers and were on a shoot near Dolores Park. ROBBED WHILE DRIVING: Ben & Masha, real estate photographers noticed someone was following them near the on-ramp heading east on I-80 WATCH: their window gets smashed & suspects take $7K in photo equipment. Tesla driver Alex caught it all camera. https://t.co/dfdfCRywJ7 pic.twitter.com/YyCz8Jg00B— Dion Lim (@DionLimTV) February 6, 2021The couple says about $7,000 worth of camera equipment was stolen. They said...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A driver captured video of a brazen robbery while driving through traffic in San Francisco on Friday afternoon.The driver, Alex, says he was about to get on an onramp, heading east on I-80 around 4:30 p.m. There, he witnessed someone jump out of a Honda Accord and smash a window of a Prius in front of him.The thief grabbed a bag and drove off.ABC7's Dion Lim spoke to the victims of the robbery, a husband and wife, who are from Iran. Ben, who was in the passenger seat of the Prius, says his wife, Masha, noticed someone following them after the shoot.Ben says they are real estate photographers and were on a shoot near Dolores Park. ROBBED WHILE DRIVING: Ben & Masha, real estate photographers noticed someone was following them near the on-ramp heading east on I-80 WATCH: their window gets smashed & suspects take $7K in photo equipment. Tesla driver Alex caught it all camera. https://t.co/dfdfCRywJ7 pic.twitter.com/YyCz8Jg00B— Dion Lim (@DionLimTV) February 6, 2021The couple says about $7,000 worth of camera equipment was stolen. They said...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A driver captured video of a robbery while in traffic in San Francisco.The incident happened around 4:30p.m. on Friday.The driver, Alex Mehregan, was about to get on an onramp heading east on I-80 when he witnessed someone come out of a Honda Accord and smashes a window of a Prius.Then grabs a bag and drives off.ABC7's Dion Lim spoke to the victims of the robbery, a husband and wife. Ben says they are real estate photographers and were on a shoot near Dolores Park. ROBBED WHILE DRIVING: Ben & Masha, real estate photographers noticed someone was following them near the on-ramp heading east on I-80 WATCH: their window gets smashed & suspects take $7K in photo equipment. Tesla driver Alex caught it all camera. https://t.co/dfdfCRywJ7 pic.twitter.com/YyCz8Jg00B— Dion Lim (@DionLimTV) February 6, 2021Ben says his wife noticed someone following them after the shoot.The couple, who are from Iran, says about $7,000 worth of camera equipment were stolen. They said they have not seen anything like this before.They have filed a police report.If you have any information regarding...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A driver captured video of a robbery while in traffic in San Francisco.The incident happened around 4:30p.m. on Friday.The driver, Alex Mehregan, was about to get on an onramp heading east on I-80 when he witnessed someone come out of its Honda Accord and smashes a window of a Prius.Then grabs a bag and drives off.ABC7's Dion Lim spoke to the victims of the robbery, a husband and wife. Ben says they are real estate photographers and were on a shoot near Dolores Park.Ben says his wife noticed someone following them after the shoot.The couple, who are from Iran, says about $7,000 worth of drone, lenses and cameras were stolen. They said they have seen anything like this.They have filed a police report.If you have any information regarding this incident, you may email the couple at [email protected] with ABC7 News for the latest developments.
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A driver captured video of a robbery while in traffic in San Francisco.The incident happened around 4:30p.m. on Friday.The driver was about to get on an onramp heading east on I-80 when he witnessed someone come out of its Honda Accord and smashes a window of a Prius.Then grabs a bag and drives off.ABC7's Dion Lim spoke to the victims of the robbery, a husband and wife. Ben says they are real estate photographers and were on a shoot near Dolores Park.Ben says his wife noticed someone following them after the shoot.The couple, who are from Iran, says about $7,000 worth of drone, lenses and cameras were stolen. They said they have seen anything like this.They have filed a police report.If you have any information regarding this incident, you may email the couple at [email protected] with ABC7 News for the latest developments.
    Most people telling boastful lies would avoid posting on social media to reduce the risk of getting found out... but these people couldn't help themselves.   Diply has rounded up a selection of posts from around the world that capture the moment people were caught telling porkies online. Among the snaps include those who've attempted to edit their appearance in a bid to find love online, and another whose own mother called her out when she claimed she grew up in poverty. Elsewhere, one woman told a friend she was busy working but later posted a status update about enjoying cocktails with her husband.  Diply rounded up a selection of hilarious times people have been caught exaggerating the truth - including one person, from the US, was caught pretending to have won a race after the real winner commented on their post    Another individual was caught exaggerating their sporting skills, when someone found their photograph on a Google search This woman was called out when she couldn't explain how her photo was taken Who needs a...
    These people should have abstained from doing things that were very clearly wrong, but there's no denying the results were hilarious.   People from across the globe have shared a selection of snaps showing the times men, women and children failed to use their common sense. Among the amusing images, collated in a gallery by Diply.com, includes a man who used a chainsaw to cut some wood on his friend's back, and a child caught drawing a picture of the devil in church. In another snap, an advert for unbreakable wine glasses shows a woman clinking glasses with her young daughter, who appeared to be drinking wine as well.   People from across the globe have shared snaps of the times they've seen others doing things very wrong. Among the images, collated by Diply.com, include a girl, from an unknown location, who was caught drawing a picture of the devil while at church A man, from an unknown location, was spotted on a building site cutting wood with a chainsaw on his friend's back RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff ROSTRAVER, Pa. (KDKA) — Police in Westmoreland County are looking for a man accused of breaking into a church in Rostraver. Police say it happened on the morning of Dec. 5 at St. Anne Church on Rostraver Road. According to investigators, the suspect was caught on surveillance video pulling into the church’s parking lot in a single-cab, silver-colored pickup truck. (Photo: Rostraver Police) Police say he got into the sanctuary through a rectory office door. Inside, investigators say he stole money and checks from an office. “To have a situation like this where someone would purposefully break into a church, steal donated money is very disheartening,” Catholic Diocese of Greensburg spokesperson Jennifer Miele said. “We’re very hopeful police will be able to find this individual.” The suspect got away in the same silver pickup truck. He is described as being a white male with a medium build and brown hair. At the time of the incident, he was wearing an overcoat, black pullover shirt, gray pants and a black baseball cap with some sort of white...
    LAKEVIEW — Despite state and city mandates against dining indoors, a popular Lakeview restaurant owned by a veteran Chicago aldermen was letting people dine indoors as recently as Sunday. Ann Sather restaurant, located at 909 W. Belmont Ave. and owned by 44th Ward Ald. Tom Tunney, was seating people through Sunday, despite a mandate issued Oct. 30 by Gov. JB Pritzker. The story was first reported by blog Second City Cop, which showed photos of someone dining inside the restaurant Dec. 3. Other customers were seen dining indoors, too. A reporter visiting the restaurant Monday was told by an employee the restaurant stopped seating diners indoors Sunday. “That ended yesterday. We were seating some people but somebody ratted us out,” the employee said. Tunney issued a statement Monday, characterizing his decision to allow patrons inside despite the mandate as a mistake. “On a sporadic basis, we have allowed a very limited number of our regular diners to eat inside the restaurant while observing social distancing and mask-wearing rules. This was error in judgement and won’t happen again,” the statement...
    ROSEVILLE (CBS13) — A Roseville homeowner says surveillance video shows someone throwing dog feces at his front door. He believes he was targeted because of his Black Lives Matter lawn signs. Anthony Taula-Lieras says his home’s surveillance camera captured the nasty behavior on video by someone he believes also lives in the neighborhood. The video, recorded at 3 a.m., first shows an unleashed German Shepard walking by, followed by the dog’s owner who then throws that’s heard landing on the doorstep. Taula-Lieras found it the next morning. “[The video shows a man] looking at our house and flinging the dog’s poop right at our door,” Taula-Lieras said. “It did scare my family.” Taula-Lieras has two young children who live in the home as well. His five-year-old asked him why someone would do this. ALSO: Davis Police Officer Saves Woman From Burning Car With Seconds To Spare “‘Daddy did somebody put poop on our door because of our sign?'” Taula-Lieras said. “And we are a little more on edge to think, ‘in our community, are we ultimately as safe as we thought...
    Catherine Wallace Hope might live in the Pacific Northwest these days, but her roots are planted deep in Colorado soil. From her ancestry to her education, it’s all Denver. And so is her novel Once Again, a science-fiction thriller released this month that takes advantage of the local landscape and asks the question What if you had one chance to save someone you lost? It's an interesting question, especially during this pandemic, but also one long asked in literature and entertainment. Works including H.G. Wells, W.W. Jacobs's "The Monkey's Paw," Stephen King's 11/22/63 even Avengers: Endgame have all given their takes on time and the possibility and price of traveling within. We caught up with Hope to talk about her novel, her family’s strong history in Denver, her ongoing work with Lighthouse Writers Workshop, and how she hopes to give something back, literary-style. Westword: Tell me about your new novel and where the idea for it came from.Related Stories Tattered Cover's Rapid About-Face on Black Lives Matter Solidarity Lighthouse Writers Workshop Takes Lit Fest and Classes Online TaraShea Nesbit on Writing and This...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A driver was caught on camera trying to run over a man not once, but twice in a Sacramento County neighborhood. Neighbors claim the altercation was a break up gone wrong. They say they spotted a woman driving on La Riviera Drive Monday morning. “We could’ve had someone murdered on our street like that’s insane,” said a neighbor who did not want to be identified. Security video from a home captures a driver in a green SUV off-roading on a nearby front lawn. The driver barely misses a man walking on the sidewalk. The man then appears to throw something at the car as it drives off. Video shows the driver circling around a second time, revving their engine and then driving straight towards the man. “You could tell they were fighting. She was screaming and he said ‘I’m breaking up with you,'” a neighbor explained. The car almost hit the man, as he barely gets out of the way in time. The car then slammed into a fence and sped away. The homeowner who does not...
    Rushed and in broad daylight, a man arrives, loads three boxes, runs and the allegedly stolen cargo spills across the floor, picks up two, gets on the passenger side of a blue BMW vehicle and even leaves the door open quickly . Kenia Fallat, spokeswoman for the Miami Police Department, says that “today we are bringing out a video where it is clearly seen that the passenger of a car sees that there are several packages in front of a house, gets out of the car, seizes the three packages that are unattended in front of this house and he seizes them ”. The incident occurred in the 405 of the southwest at 62 Ct in Miami last Saturday, August 22, at approximately 4 and 19 in the afternoon and where there was no answer to the door today. It is one of many similar robberies that have been observed in recent years. This Thursday the Miami Police Department drew attention to the fact. “We are seeing that this is happening too often. That is why we want to...
    Roadside testing in Going back to the early weeks of the infection in China, there were reports that some people had been reinfected with the virus behind COVID-19 after apparently recovering from the disease. Some of the early numbers suggested that the reinfection rate was as high as 15%, but that was, and remains, pretty definitely untrue. These early results came from people who had received a series of tests and at some point tested negative before testing positive again. The “reinfection rate” was almost certainly inflated by false results. After all, either a false positive or a false negative could give the appearance of reinfection, and even a test with a relatively small number of bad results could generate significant amounts of apparent reinfection when the results require a sequence of tests all going right. Though there have been frequent anecdotal accounts of people developing COVID-19 a second time since then, there’s been very little in the way of genuine evidence. A review of such cases in South Korea showed that, in addition to false test results, in many cases doctors and researchers simply weren’t accounting for how...
    NEW YORK(CBSNewYork) — Police are hoping someone recognizes a man wanted for brazenly attacking a woman on a Williamsburg, Brooklyn, sidewalk around 6 a.m. Tuesday. Surveillance cameras captured the suspect viciously beating the 46-year-old woman over the head and body. She’s now in a medically induced coma. Police say the woman was walking on Division Avenue off Rodney Street when the suspect came up from behind, picked her up and slammed her to the ground. Investigators say he tried to remove the unconscious woman’s pants, then ran off. “I feel bad for her. Hopefully she pulls through with no serious injuries. This is tragic,” said Evelyn Calise, who lives nearby. Police are hoping someone recognizes a man wanted for brazenly attacking a woman on a Williamsburg, Brooklyn, sidewalk on Aug. 25, 2020. (Credit: NYPD Crime Stoppers) Calise and long-time residents of the area, like Jack Klien, say the bearded suspect, last seen wearing a bright yellow hoodie and red sneakers, doesn’t look familiar to the neighborhood. But Klein says these types of crimes are happening too frequently in the...
    Los Angeles police are investigating the fatal shooting of a teenage girl in Hollywood early Sunday that appears to have been captured on videos posted on social media. The 17-year-old girl was struck by gunfire near the popular stretch of Hollywood Boulevard at Highland Avenue about 12:15 a.m. Sunday and pronounced dead at the scene, said LAPD Officer Luis Garcia. The coroner has not yet released the victim’s identity. As part of the investigation, detectives are studying at least two videos posted on social media that appear to show the moments before and after the shooting. “We’ve seen them, the detectives are going to review them,” Garcia said. In one of the clips, a vehicle is seen doing a doughnut in the intersection before the fight. The intersection was covered in black skid marks. The two clips, each less than 30 seconds long and posted to Twitter about an hour after the shooting, show at least three males surrounding and attacking a fourth male in the street next to the curb at the Hollywood and Highland intersection. During the melee,...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — A man was caught on camera spitting at two people during a verbal altercation, sparking coronavirus fears. “It really shows how much they really don’t care about what’s happening and about what everyone’s going through,” said Josylin Acosta. Acosta and Tyler Stinson, who were at Glassell Park, said a man was yelling at two kids and an elderly woman whose off-leash dog was roughhousing with the man’s dog, who was also off-leash. When Acosta and Stinson tried to intervene and stop the man from cursing at the kids, they said he spat at them three times and at one point pulled out what appeared to be a pocket knife. “The way he took out and the way this conversation was going obviously he’s insinuating he’s going to do something especially when someone says you are about to get hurt and there’s staring at you and inching closer. If someone is willing to spit on you, they’re also willing to do something as stupid as maybe stabbing you,” Stinson said. Acosta said she sees the kids and...
    New Braunfels – The VFW Post 7110 in New Braunfels is hoping for the return of their custom-built barbecue grill after someone stole it from their property Wednesday morning. “It is really painful when things like this happen,” said Mark Sheffield, with the post. “You take that just from the point of view of the business, but then you look at it. This is happening to our veterans, the people who served this country.” Sheffield said they captured the theft on camera. They believe it was a 2019 Suburban that hooked the grill up before driving off. He said the grill was donated to them about seven years ago and it is valued at $1,500. “It’s not just a Home Depot-type pit,” Sheffield said. “It is kind of a higher-end barbecue pit, so it is going to stand out if someone tries to sell it or do something with it.” He said having the grill created very special moments for veterans, their families and the community. “It is not just about cooking food,” Sheffield said. “Barbecuing is camaraderie, especially at...
    A white Philadelphia court employee has been fired after being caught on camera ripping down Black Lives Matter signs and telling someone 'not to me, they don't'. Michael Henkel, 61, a writ-server supervisor of Philadelphia Family Court, was ousted from his role Monday after shocking footage surfaced on social media of him tearing signs supporting the movement for racial equality off the fence at a South Philadelphia playground. In the video, Henkel tells a woman who has confronted him over the incident that his taxes 'pay for this place' and that black lives don't matter to him. The shocking footage was shared on Facebook Sunday and the First Judicial District confirmed Henkel had been fired him from his position at the Philadelphia court.  A white Philadelphia court employee has been fired after being caught on camera ripping down Black Lives Matter signs and telling someone 'not to me, they don't' 'The Court takes this incident very seriously and believes Mr. Henkel's behavior as shown in the video is egregious and totally unacceptable for an employee of the Courts,' family court spokesperson Martin...
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