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    By Gabriela Chavez LAS VEGAS (CNNMexico) – No more tortuous waiting to revive your phone. A team of 20 Israeli engineers, physicists, biologists and chemists invented a battery and charger that can recharge a smartphone in less than a minute. During this time, the average phone’s battery reaches just a third of its charge capacity. StoreDot developers found molecular combinations for batteries to react faster to electricity and power up in seconds. “We have created the next generation of drums,” said StoreDot founder and CEO Doron Myersdorf in an interview with CNNMéxico during CES 2015 in Las Vegas. Too fast for USB Myersdorf, a former CEO of removable disk company SanDisk, said he’s in talks with different cell phone companies to integrate the system into their phones starting in 2016. StoreDot will also look to sell a version of the charger separately. This will not work for smartphones with a USB input as they will not withstand the heat produced by the charger, Myersdorf warned. The developer said that the devices with StoreDot will be 25% more expensive...
    Jared Goff is the new guy in charge of the offense for the Detroit Lions, and he’s already found a comfort zone with his new teammates. ALLEN PARK, MICHIGAN – JULY 30: Quarterbacks David Blough #10 of the Detroit Lions walks next to Tim Boyle #12 and Jared Goff #16 during Training Camp on July 30, 2021 in Allen Park, Michigan. (Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images) “That’s always part of your job as the quarterback, especially for me with new faces, new system,” Goff said. “I’m trying to give them stuff that I like and that I know.” READ MORE: 15-Year-Old Boy Died While Swimming In A Detroit Canal After five seasons with the Los Angeles Rams, Goff was traded, along with two first-round picks and a third-rounder, to Detroit for long-time Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford. The trade reunited Goff with new Lions general manager Brad Holmes, who had a hand in drafting Goff in 2016 as the Rams’ director of college scouting. Since the trade became official in March, the Lions have asked Goff for his input on the...
    Crime waive ISN’T it bizarre that in Britain 2021, the CCTV capital of the world, it should be so hard to get enough evidence to charge burglars and thugs? In a society where no occurrence is too trivial to be recorded on smartphone, conviction rates should be soaring. 2The charge sheet is mounting up for the Conservatives on law and order, their traditional home turf.Credit: Getty Instead, the charge rate for violent crimes in England and Wales plummeted from 22 per cent in 2014/15 to just 6.8 per cent in 2020/21. One clue to this decline may be the explosion in cases dropped because of “evidential difficulties”, from 17 per cent in 2015 to 40 per cent today. Perhaps bobbies should spend more time on basic coppering and less on virtue-signalling or dancing with mobs. The charge sheet is mounting up for the Conservatives on law and order, their traditional home turf. Voters won’t be as slow to deliver a damning verdict as our legal system is. Travelling circus WITH an entire nation bellowing in unison for more clarity...
    THE man famed skateboarder Terry Kennedy allegedly attacked in an Illinois motel last week has died of his injuries. Kennedy, 36, was taken into custody on Tuesday after the attack, and allegedly threatened to murder cops multiple times afterward. 1The man Kennedy allegedly attacked has diedCredit: Instagram The victim, Josiah Kassahun, 23, died of his injuries on Sunday morning, according to TMZ. Kassahun was reportedly left with a fractured skull and a concussion after last week's attack. While Kennedy was initially booked for assault, it's possible that a manslaughter charge may be added. A police spokesperson told TMZ Kennedy had been out on bond for a previous offense at the time of his arrest. He was also therefore charged for violating his bond. Most read in NewsHORROR DEATH Suspect, 42, arrested after woman BEHEADED and 'bloody body' dumped on streetBreakingGUNNED DOWN Five shot in Popeyes Chicken parking lot as woman murdered nearby hours earlierNICE HOUSE, SPEAKER 'Eviction notice' taped on Pelosi's home as Biden lets protections endPARADISE LOST California fire burns 250k acres & destroys 44 buildings...
    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A Minneapolis man has been charged in a fatal shooting outside the Elks Club in June. Deandre D. Turner was charged Thursday in Hennepin County District Court with one count of second-degree murder with intent in the June 30 killing of Andrew T. McGinley. The Star Tribune reports Turner was charged via arrest warrant and was not in custody as of Friday afternoon. McGinley died of multiple gunshot wounds. The charges against Turner did not cite a motive, but they noted that McGinley and several others had gathered for a vigil for someone who had recently died. (© Copyright 2021 The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)
    ALLEN PARK, Mich. (AP) — Jared Goff is the new guy in charge of the offense for the Detroit Lions, and he’s already found a comfort zone with his new teammates. “That’s always part of your job as the quarterback, especially for me with new faces, new system,” Goff said. “I’m trying to give them stuff that I like and that I know.” After five seasons with the Los Angeles Rams, Goff was traded, along with two first-round picks and a third-rounder, to Detroit for long-time Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford. The trade reunited Goff with new Lions general manager Brad Holmes, who had a hand in drafting Goff in 2016 as the Rams’ director of college scouting. Since the trade became official in March, the Lions have asked Goff for his input on the team’s new offensive scheme, and they’ve come away impressed with how much he’s taken charge. “You can see how much more comfortable he is and how much more he has taken ownership of this offense,” Lions coach Dan Campbell said. One strategy that...
    Share this: ON THIS DAY IN 1915, the Brooklyn Daily Eagle reported, “WASHINGTON — Secretary [Robert] Lansing announced today that a committee of public safety, organized in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, has taken charge of the capital and is conducting the de facto government. After a conference with American naval officers and the American charge d’affaires, the committee decided upon disarmament of the city, which began yesterday. The gunboat Nashville today was ordered from San Domingo to Cape Haitien to reinforce the gunboat Eagle. A brief report from Admiral [William Banks] Caperton said he had about 400 men on shore patrolling the town, in command of Captain E.L. Beach, who was having no difficulty maintaining order.” *** ON THIS DAY IN 1932, the Eagle reported, “WASHINGTON (A.P.) — Bonus seekers by the score carried on a strange exodus from Washington today, scattered by a never-relenting fire and tear gas attack that made their once well-organized camps things of the past. The tattered groups, some marching, some hitch-hiking, others getting rides in vehicles offered by adjoining states, were ushered out of the capital...
    Former film producer Harvey Weinstein listens in court during a pre-trial hearing for Weinstein, who was extradited from New York to Los Angeles to face sex-related charges in Los Angeles, California, on July 29, 2021.Etienne Laurent | AFP | Getty Images One of 11 sexual assault charges against disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein was dismissed on Thursday. His attorneys attempted to get three of the claims tossed out because they were beyond the statute of limitations, but Judge Lisa Lench only agreed to throw out one charge, according to a report from Variety. Prosecutors are permitted to amend the indictment and refile. The count that was dismissed is related to an incident at a Beverly Hills hotel room in May 2010. The charge of sexual battery by restraint was filed in April 2020, just within the 10 year deadline of local law. Weinstein's defense argued that when he was indicted on the same charge this year, that created a new case and new case number, meaning it was filed after the statute had expired. Deputy District Attorney Paul Thompson argued that...
    A Wisconsin judge said Wednesday there is probable cause to charge a police officer who fatally shot a man sleeping in his car with homicide, five years after a district attorney said the use of deadly force was justified. Milwaukee County Circuit Judge Glenn Yamahiro said in a hearing that there was probable cause to charge former Wauwatosa officer Joseph Mensah with homicide by negligent handling of a dangerous weapon, ABC News reports. Mensah, who is now a Waukesha County deputy sheriff, was involved in three fatal on-duty shootings within a five-year period. In 2016, he fatally shot 25-year-old Jay Anderson Jr. when he was sleeping in his car in a park. Mensah has claimed that he acted in self-defense, saying that Anderson "lunged for a gun." Yamahiro noted at the hearing that Anderson was dead in less than six minutes after Mensah entered the park.  "This decision has not been taken lightly, nor was it predetermined. It is the result of a careful and extensive review of the evidence in this case," he said. As ABC News reports, the judge came to this conclusion following a "John Doe...
    With traditional methods falling far short, Oakland is trying something new to curb homelessness — giving unhoused residents a say. Oakland is the first major Bay Area city to experiment with “co-governed” shelter programs, where residents work with the city and nonprofit service providers to design the setup, write the rules and even help run the sites. The City Council recently approved two locations to test the concept — one near Lake Merritt and one in West Oakland — where occupants will sleep in small, modular cabins while awaiting permanent housing. It’s a markedly different approach than the traditional top-down method, where residents are told where, how and with whom to live — often chafing under strict curfews and assigned roommates. “The main goal is the residents are going to be central to controlling their space — to making it beautiful, to the kind of conduct they would want to live around,” said Justin Tombolesi, a constituent liaison for Councilwoman Carroll Fife. Mike Dominguez, who is slated to move into the Lake Merritt site in the next few months, is...
    WALNUT CREEK — County prosecutors have declined to file charges against a 22-year-old Brentwood man arrested earlier this week in connection with the recent early morning fatal shooting that left one dead and three with survivable gunshot wounds. The Contra Costa District Attorney’s office declined to file charges against Jose Guillermo Casillas-Flores, finding “insufficient evidence,” a spokesman said in an email. The county prosecutor who made the decision, deputy district attorney Derek Butts, was out of the office and couldn’t be reached for comment. The victim, identified as 25-year-old San Pablo resident Lutfi Abbushi, died of a single gunshot wound to his neck area. His brother and another friend were also shot, along with an innocent bystander who was struck in the stomach, according to police. In court records, police have described the early morning shooting as the result of a chaotic series of confrontations, both inside and outside of the Spoontonic Lounge, located at 2580 North Main Street in Walnut Creek. There was evidence that someone in the Abbushi’s group had a gun, and police also spoke to acquaintances...
    MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A Wisconsin judge on Wednesday found probable cause to charge a police officer in the 2016 slaying of a Black man who was sitting in a parked car, taking the rare step of overruling prosecutors years after they declined to charge the officer. Milwaukee County Judge Glenn Yamahiro said probable cause existed to charge Joseph Mensah with homicide by negligent use of a weapon in Jay Anderson Jr.’s death. He ordered a special prosecutor to formally file the charge within 60 days. Yamahiro’s decision marks a victory for Anderson’s family, who took advantage of a little-used provision in state law to ask the judge for a second look at the case. Mensah, who is also Black, discovered the 25-year-old Anderson sleeping in his car at 3 a.m. in a park in Wauwatosa, a Milwaukee suburb. Mensah said he shot Anderson after Anderson reached for a gun, but Anderson’s family disputes that and the judge on Wednesday said the evidence did not back up Mensah’s version of events. Anderson was the second of three people Mensah shot...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — A Cicero man was in custody Tuesday on charges that he burned down a Walgreens in the West Lawn neighborhood. Jose Valdovinos, 32, was charged with arson, on allegations of “maliciously damaging and destroying” the building at 4000 W. 59th St. on Monday, June 1, 2020. The address belongs to a Walgreens store. An indictment against him was returned last month by a grand jury. READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Building Heat Valdovinos was arrested on Monday, according to the U.S. Attorney’s office. While the indictment and a news released do not provide any further details, published reports said the Walgreens was set on fire after being looted in the days of civil unrest in Chicago in late May and early June 2020. Chicago Police last year released surveillance video of three men going through the Walgreens with hand trucks and apparently looting it before the fire was set. READ MORE: Chicago Expanding At-Home Vaccination Program, Offering $25 Gift Cards To People Who Get Vaccinated At Home “Anyone committing crimes during the course of civil unrest should...
    LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) — A millionaire businessman in Louisiana has pleaded guilty to having his estranged wife abducted in a scheme that ended when the suspected kidnappers drowned while trying to flee from an officer who saw them driving down an interstate shoulder. Lawrence Michael Handley, 53, accepted a plea deal Monday evening before 15th Judicial District Court Judge Scott Privat, The Advocate reported. Under the terms negotiated, all sentences are to be served concurrently, with the longest possible being 35 years, Privat said. Handley pleaded guilty to two counts of second-degree kidnapping — one of them reduced from a charge that could have brought a life sentence — and one of attempted second-degree kidnapping, according to The Advocate. Prosecutors agreed to drop two conspiracy charges, one to commit second-degree murder and one to commit aggravated kidnapping, and one of violating a protective order, the report said. They also reduced an aggravated kidnapping charge to second-degree kidnapping. A sentencing date will be set after a pre-sentencing investigation. Handley has been jailed in Louisiana’s Lafayette Parish since August 2017,...
    Donald Trump is heading to the epicenter of his efforts to overturn the 2020 election results as he holds a rally in Phoenix, Arizona on Saturday evening. The former president will take the stage at the 'Protect Our Elections' event hosted by Turning Point USA's Political Action Committee aimed at de-seating Democratic politicians across the country. Maricopa County, which encompasses Phoenix, has been at the center of Trump's ire over his loss to President Joe Biden. As Trump gets ready to repeat his claims of voter fraud and a rigged election to his supporters on Saturday, the recount audit has been thrown into chaos. Ken Bennett, a former Arizona secretary of state and liaison to the state Senate for the recount, lost privileges to the building where the effort is taking place, according to recent reports. Donald Trump will take stage at a Turning Point Action 'Protect our Elections' rally in Phoenix, Arizona on Saturday Trump will repeat his claims that the 2020 election was stolen, and that Arizona is one of the states where widespread voter fraud...
    COVID-19 hardly fazed a Rockland doctor who, with his wife, continued to collect bribes and kickbacks in exchange for ordering millions of dollars in genetic tests from his offices in Pennsylvania, a federal grand jury in Newark charged. Yitzchok “Barry” Kurtzer, 61,and Robin Kurtzer, 60, both of Monsey, collected monthly cash kickbacks and bribes ranging in exchange for “collecting DNA samples from Medicare patients and sending them for genetic tests to clinical laboratories in New Jersey and Pennsylvania,” Acting U.S. Attorney for New Jersey Rachael Honig said. The payoffs ranged up $5,000, she said. At one point, the couple "complained that they were not getting paid enough and negotiated for higher kickbacks and bribes," Honig said. Yitzchok Kurtzer, who operated separate offices in the Scranton, PA, area that his wife helped manage, recruited employees for the scheme, the U.S. attorney said. Already pleading guilty to various related charges were Lee Besen, of Waverly, PA, Kimberly Schmidt, of Moscow, PA, and Amber Harris and Shanelyn Kennedy, both of Scranton, PA. Sentencings for all four remain on hold in case any has...
    LEVELLAND, Texas (AP) — A man charged in the fatal shooting of a SWAT officer in a small West Texas city during a standoff last week was charged Friday with assaulting a federal officer who responded to the scene, prosecutors said. Omar Soto-Chavira, 22, was charged with one count of forcibly assaulting a federal officer engaged in the performance of official duties. Soto-Chavira repeatedly opened fire on law enforcement during the almost 11-hour standoff on July 15 at a house in Levelland, about 30 miles (50 kilometers) west of Lubbock, authorities said. Soto-Chavira was charged this week with a state count of capital murder in the death of Lubbock County sheriff’s Sgt. Josh Bartlett, who was shot in the neck. Acting U.S. Attorney Prerak Shah said in a news release that if Soto-Chavira were to post the $500,000 bond set in the state case, he would be transferred to federal custody, where criminal defendants can be detained without bond. The standoff between the defendant and law enforcement started after someone reported a man as possibly armed along a street,...
    A 36-year-old Pennsylvania man is now facing a murder charge Friday after being identified as the gunman accused of shooting and killing another man outside of the iconic Pat’s Steaks restaurant in Philadelphia early yesterday morning.  Paul Burkert, of Reading, is also facing charges of conspiracy and tampering with evidence in the death of David Padro, a 23-year-old from Camden, N.J., police told Fox News.  Tom Francano, general manager of Pat’s Steaks, told the Philadelphia Inquirer that the two men had been arguing partly over football prior to the shooting – and that one of them was an Eagles fan, while the other supported a New York team.  Paul Burkert has been arrested following a shooting outside Pat's Steaks in Philadelphia, Pa., early Thursday morning. (Philadelphia Police/Google Maps) PHILADELPHIA SHOOTINGS LEAVE 1 DEAD, 12 INJURED IN ONE NIGHT  Witnesses that spoke to responding officers around 1 a.m. Thursday say a fight erupted as the two men who were waiting in line at the cheesesteak restaurant, FOX 29 reported. Then Burkert allegedly shot Padro, police say.   He later was pronounced dead...
    A 30-year-old woman from the Jersey Shore has admitted to abandoning three dogs on an animal cruelty charge, authorities said. Allissa DeStefano of Toms River pleaded guilty on Friday, according to Ocean County Prosecutor Bradley D. Billhimer.  The dogs abandonment allegedly resulted in their death, Billhimer said.  Lacey Township police responded to a vacant residence on Nov. 11, 2019, and found the remains of three dogs, the prosecutor said.  For more derails on the original criminal charge, as reported by Daily Voice. click here.  Prosecutors are seeking a sentence of 364 days in Ocean County Jail as a condition of DeStafano's probation, the prosecutor said. DeStefano is scheduled to be sentenced on Sept. 24, before Superior Court Judge Rochelle Gizinski. 
    TUSTIN (CBSLA) — A Lyft driver who police say fell asleep at the wheel and killed his passenger faces charges of vehicular manslaughter. (credit: Tustin Police Department) Andy Van Pham, 30, was arrested Wednesday, a day after an arrest warrant was issued by Orange County Superior Court. The warrant was issued following an investigation by Tustin police into the fatal crash. READ MORE: Westbound 210 Freeway In Sylmar To Shut Down For 55 Hours This Weekend The crash happened at about 7 a.m. on April 4 in the area of Jamboree Road and Patriot Way in Tustin. Investigators say the Lyft driver – later identified as Pham – fell asleep behind the wheel while driving with a customer in the vehicle. The vehicle hit a light pole and caused traumatic injuries to the passenger, who died, police said. READ MORE: Remains Of 17-Year-Old Jack Cantin Found 3 Years After Devastating Montecito Mudslide “After an extensive investigation by the Tustin Police Department’s Major Accident Investigation Team, it was determined the driver, 30-year-old Andy Van Pham was driving with negligence, resulting in...
    A Long Island surgeon who was busted with a cache of weapons in his BMW in Westchester will avoid prison time after reaching a plea agreement. Nassau County resident Matthew Bonanno, age 49, of Great Neck, pleaded guilty to second-degree criminal possession of a weapon for owning a 9mm pistol and was sentenced to five years of probation by acting state Supreme Court Justice Terence Murphy on Long Island. Bonanno had been charged in a 13-count indictment in Nassau County that alleged he illegally possessed five assault weapons and two pistols that authorities seized from his former North Shore apartment. In Westchester, Bonanno was initially charged with: 11 counts of second-degree criminal possession of a weapon related to assault rifles found in his possession;  38 counts of third-degree grand larceny related to illegal high-capacity magazines and ammunition that were seized and four counts of criminal possession of a weapon for possessing metal knuckles. Police in Tuckahoe was contacted by acquaintances of the plastic surgeon in August 2019, after they overheard threats against Bonanno's estranged wife and her family, and...
    NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) — A murder suspect who escaped custody in Oklahoma has been caught. Authorities thought Stoney Ellis was hiding out in Red Oak, which is just south of Dallas, but our sister station in Texoma is reporting the 43-year-old was arrested overnight in Sulphur, Louisiana. Stoney Ellis (Source: Red Oak Police Department) Ellis had escaped with two others from the Bryan County Jail on Monday. In addition to the murder charge Ellis is facing he was also wanted on a charge of “accident involving death” out of Ellis County.
    A Paterson man was busted with more than 28 pounds of cocaine with a street value of $720,500 during a fugitive roundup, authorities announced Thursday. Tydel Clark, 31, was arrested following a warranted search of a Passaic city residence and his vehicle, Passaic County Prosecutor Camelia M. Valdes and U.S. Marshal for the District of New Jersey Juan Mattos Jr. said. The news came amid a joint announcement by both of an operation that they said produced 133 arrests and the seizure of guns and drugs. Authorities targeted active warrants and fugitive cases, most of them in Paterson, Valdes and Mattos said. “Utilizing targeted warrant enforcement, criminal intelligence gathering and dissemination, and narcotics and weapons trafficking investigations, the operation focused on removing violent offenders from the streets,” both said in a joint statement. They didn’t say how many weapons or how much drugs were seized, whom besides Clark was arrested or why they waited nearly a week to make the announcement. Just hours earlier, Acting State Attorney General Andrew J. Bruck held a live news conference in Paterson to announce...
    FORMER Wales and Hull manager Mike Smith has died at the age of 83. An amateur footballer before working his way into coaching as a teacher, Smith took charge of the Welsh side in 1974. Having taken the Dragons to the last-eight of Euro 76, he enjoyed subsequent spells in charge of Hull, the Egypt national team, and a second stint with Wales. More to follow...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Federal Bureau of Investigation named Maryland native Thomas Sobocinski Special Agent in Charge of the FBI Baltimore Field Office Tuesday. Sobocinski got his start in law enforcement as a seasonal officer in Ocean City, and was a U.S. Park Police Officer and a Secret Service Agent before joining the FBI in 1998. READ MORE: Passport Processing Taking Over 4 Months, AAA Says Apply Early To Secure Your Trip Thomas J. Sobocinski, Credit: FBI Sobocinski has served many roles in his tenure at the agency in the counterterrorism division, International Operations Division and Washington Field Office. Most recently, he was the Deputy Assistant Director of the International Operations Division at FBI Headquarters. READ MORE: Frederick Man Lafayette Sheffield Charged For Armed Carjacking, Choking Taxi Driver “Like many Marylanders in law enforcement, I started my career as a seasonal police officer in Ocean City; to come back to Maryland as the Special Agent in Charge of Baltimore Field Office is a full-circle moment,” said Sobocinski. “I am excited to lead the incredible men and women of the FBI Baltimore...
    MARTINEZ — The manslaughter case against a Contra Costa Sheriff’s deputy charged in a 2018 on-duty shooting survived its first legal test Tuesday, when a county judge blamed the killing on the deputy before ordering him to stand trial at a yet-to-be determined date. Judge Terri Mockler ordered Dep. Andrew Hall, to stand trial on a felony charge of voluntary manslaughter in the killing of 33-year-old Laudemer Arboleda, of Newark, whom Hall shot during a slow-speed pursuit in November 2018. While acknowledging “there is an argument to be made that this was self-defense,” Mockler was unsympathetic to Hall’s actions during the “critical moment,” when Hall ran around his own patrol car to face Arboleda’s silver Honda, which was navigating between two patrol cars that were attempting to stop him. “I did not see an attempt to directly hit Deputy Hall,” said Mockler at Hall’s Tuesday preliminary hearing. “Deputy Hall, by his own actions, put himself in Harm’s way.” Mockler dismissed count two against Hall — assault with a semiautomatic firearm — but that was more due to an unforced prosecutorial...
    EDGAR DAVIDS has been sacked as coach of Portuguese minnows Olhanense after just seven ‘disastrous’ months in charge. The legendary former Holland star, 48, took over at the third division club in January.  4Edgar Davids has been sacked by Portuguese minnows OlhanenseCredit: Getty 4The 48-year-old suffered relegation and had been in charge for just seven monthsCredit: Getty But a run of eight wins from their last 18 games under Davids was still not enough to prevent relegation. The Algarve club's chairman Luis Torres has now axed Davids and branded his reign ‘a disaster’. He wrote in an open letter to club fans: “The decision to appoint Edgar Davids was foisted on me by our sporting director. “His arrival was supposed to make the club better off financially, but I saw no evidence of this. “From a sporting point of view his appointment was a disaster. I could see it coming, but we didn't have a lot of options. “Let's be honest - our coach didn't manage to forge a bond with the players or get the team to learn a...
    Another person has been charged in a shooting outside a bar in Lake Ozark, Mo., that left one man dead and four others wounded.  That person, Daniel Kurtzeborn, of Iberia, Mo., was initially on scene after the shooting. City officials said it happened around 8 p.m. Thursday outside the Casablanca bar and restaurant on the Bagnell Dam Stripp in Lake Ozark.  Another person has been charged in a shooting outside a bar in Lake Ozark, Mo., that left one man dead and four others wounded.  (iStock) The City of Lake Ozark said previously that the shooting is believed to have been between rival biker gangs. Local police and the Missouri State Highway Patrol and several other law enforcement agencies responded to the scene and several suspects were detained.   CALIFORNIA TEEN ACCUSED OF KILLING MOM, INJURING DAD IN STABBING, FOUND COVERED IN BLOOD, POLICE SAY Kurtzeborn told authorities he neither had a firearm nor discharged one because of a prior criminal record. But state troopers later obtained video surveillance that supposedly contradicted Kurtzborn’s claims, according to a report...
    Police in Herndon, Virginia, have charged a suspect in the killing of a man found dead on Sunday. Nathaniel Haldenstein, 24, has been charged with second-degree murder. Police said they received a welfare check request for Haldenstein and cleared the scene around 5 p.m. on Sunday. Later, they received another call that prompted a welfare check around 7:30 p.m. While talking to Haldenstein, police said, he made comments that prompted officers to check a bedroom, where they found a body. Haldenstein was then transported to Reston Hospital for treatment of minor injuries. After he was released from the hospital, police said he was transported to police headquarters and interviewed by detectives. He was then transported to Fairfax County Adult Detention Center where he was charged. He is being held without bond.
    A Extreme battery It is an accessory that we use more and more. They offer the possibility of charging any device when we do not have a plug at hand. This includes from your mobile phone, your tablet or even your computer if it is one of sufficient power. These tips will come in handy when buying one, you will see how sure you are right with your choice. Choose external battery for mobile Ability When we choose an external battery we must look among those that offer sufficient capacity. We consider it necessary not to drop below 10,000 mA, since it allows you to recharge your device several times. There are still many very small external batteries on the market that are not capable of completing a charge of our mobile phone. Directly, do not buy this type. Weight Yes or yes, an external battery usually has a fairly large weight, but the latest generation they are quite compact and they are no longer heavy to transport. It is worth paying a little more for one that has a...
    Spears, 39, made the remarks in a profane Instagram post that had more than 2 million likes and 131,000 comments at the time of this reporting. What are the details? The graphic of the post read, "Take me as I am or kiss my a**, eat s***, and step on Legos." Spears captioned the viral post, "For those of you who choose to criticize my dancing videos ... look I'm not gonna be performing on any stages anytime soon with my dad handling what I wear, say, do, or think!!!! I've done that for the past 13 years ... I'd much rather share videos YES from my living room instead of onstage in Vegas where some people were so far gone they couldn't even shake my hand and I ended up getting a contact high from weed all the time ... which I didn't mind but it would have been nice to be able to go to the mother f***ing spa!!!!" "And no I'm not gonna put on heavy makeup and try try try...
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Diners at Che Fico Alimentari on Divisadero Street are seeing a new notice at the top of their menus, alerting them of a 10% dine-in charge. The added cost is meant to help provide a living wage and benefits for the staff in the wake of the pandemic. It also goes toward paying for high quality, local products. READ MORE: Firefighters Battle Raging Dixie Fire Near Bucks Lake; New Evacuations Ordered “The dining-in charge is a specific charge that you will only pay for when you dine within our restaurant,” said Chef & Owner David Nayfeld. “You’re paying for the extra costs for us to employ servers, for us to employ food runners, for us to employ back servers, expediters, dish washers.” Nayfeld said he wanted to be transparent about what diners were paying for and why, instead of hiking menu prices. Che Fico Alimentari among a handful of restaurants in the Bay Area adding fees, as they recover from the financial impact of the pandemic. “People have moved here and the rents, restaurants...
    MATTAPOISETT (CBS) — Mattapoisett Police Chief Mary Lyons was arrested on an OUI liquor charge late Saturday night in Bourne, according to Massachusetts State Police. The 61-year-old Lyons was also cited for a marked lanes violation. At around 11 p.m. Saturday, State Police say a trooper pulled over Lyons after she was allegedly driving a 2014 Lexus  erratically on Route 28 North in Bourne. READ MORE: Social Media Reconnects Mass. Couple With Woman Who Photographed Their Engagement In Colorado The officer approached the vehicle and “made observations of the operator”. After giving Lyons a field sobriety test, the trooper determined that she was intoxicated. READ MORE: Flash Flood Watch In Effect Across Most Of Western Mass. Until Late Sunday Night She was booked at the Bourne Barracks. A bail clerk released Lyons on “personal recognizance”, according to State Police Director of Media Communications Dave Procopio. MORE NEWS: The Vaccine Is The Best Thing: With COVID Cases Rising, Hundreds Receive Shots At New Clinics In Everett She is pending arraignment in Falmouth District Court.
    Make sure that all employees have the necessary computing resources to do their jobs, that all security updates are correctly deployed, that access privileges to certain resources and applications are properly assigned … Managing a computer park with 20,000 jobs spread over 26 countries around the world “has its complications”, acknowledges Iñigo Martínez, Director of Technology and Systems at Prosegur. This manager assures that, although Microsoft has not invented anything new, “on paper” Windows 365 is “wonderful”. Simplify management Prosegur is already using some virtual desktop tools (VDI), such as those from Citrix and Azure Virtual Desktop. “A system of these characteristics simplifies management, because you focus on a virtual PC, which will be in the Azure data center and not ours. This makes it easier to manage it, update it, deploy software, control the links… ”. In addition, it defends that this type of environment also prevents the user from connecting to applications not authorized by the corporation. “You are in a virtual environment and you cannot get out of there,” he explains. However, he does consider...
    The Virginia cop who shot an unarmed black man multiple times while he was on the phone with a 911 dispatcher was indicted on a felony charge of reckless handling of a firearm on Thursday.   Spotsylvania County Deputy David Matthew Turbyfill, 23, shot Isaiah Brown, 32, while he was walking down the street outside of his home around 3:18am on April 21.   Reckless handling of a firearm is usually a misdemeanor, but special prosecutor LaBravia Jenkins said it's a felony in this case because Brown suffered significant injuries.  The charge carries a maximum of five years in prison.  Three months after the shooting, Brown has six bullets still lodged in his body, the family lawyer David Haynes said.   Scroll down for video.  Isaiah Brown, 32, was heard on a 911 call, which was released Friday, saying he wanted to kill his brother. He went out for a walk outside his Virginia home, still on the phone with 911, when a deputy in the Spotsylvania County Sheriff's office responded and seemingly mistook the phone for a gun before shooting him multiple...
    A New York City rapper who fired off four shots at a motorcyclist in Times Square early on Wednesday was out on bail for illegal weapons possession charges at the time of the road rage incident, it has been reported. Elijah Quamina, 20, allegedly shot at the biker around 12:40 a.m. near 7th Ave. and 41st St. in Midtown and was arrested on Thursday, police said. Nobody was injured in the shooting. Quamina pleaded not guilty to charges of attempted murder, attempted assault and criminal possession of a weapon while appearing in Manhattan Criminal Court on Friday, the New York Daily News reported. The rapper, who recently signed a deal with RCA Records under the name Eli Fross, claimed he accidentally clipped a motorcyclist, 32, with his Mercedes when a friend of the biker, 22, shot at him and he returned fire in self-defense, the outlet reported.   Elijah Quamina, 20, allegedly shot at the biker around 12:40 a.m. near 7th Ave. and 41st St. in Midtown and was arrested on Thursday Quamina pleaded not guilty to charges of attempted...
    They've fed us through the pandemic. Senate Democrats need to honor that work. Back in February and March, all eyes were on an employee of the Senate, the parliamentarian "an appointed official who advises the chamber on matters of procedure," as David Nir explained, making an important point. "The key word there, though, is 'advises': The presiding officer—that person who occupies the big chair atop the central dais you’ve seen on C-SPAN, either the vice president or a sitting senator—is free to reject that advice." It was true when the $15/hour minimum wage was the issue on the COVID-19 relief bill. It's true today when the discussion is adding immigration reform to the next budget reconciliation bill to pass President Joe Biden's sweeping economic recovery plan. We all remember the result of the parliamentarian's ruling last time: The wage hike was left out of the base bill and Democratic Sen. Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona made an obnoxious spectacle of herself when Democrats tried to include it as an amendment. It could have been included in the bill. It should have been included...
    GLEN HAVEN, Colo. (CBS4) – A 39-year-old man is in custody and being evaluated after investigators said he tried to kill a 16-year old girl on Thursday and wound up badly injuring her. It happened in Glen Haven, and Jacobo Mendoza was arrested on an attempted murder charge. A Mendoza, 39, of Drake, is suspected of badly injuring the teenager outside the Glen Haven Fire Station at 7320 County Road 43. Police said the two know each other, but they didn’t reveal what their relationship is. READ MORE: Boulder Police Officer Ashley Haarmann Dies While Hiking In Rocky Mountain National Park The events that led to Mendoza’s arrest started with a person driving down the road and seeing the girl outside a black Chevy with a man near her and pleading for help. The driver accepted the girl into his car and took her to the fire station right away for help. Once there, police say Mendoza followed and drove the black Chevy right into the car that was parked outside the station, causing a collision. He then yanked...
    ARLINGTON, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – The Arlington Police Department arrested Charlton Harris, 42, in connection to a fatal hit-and-run crash that occurred on July 2 that killed Douglas Oseimo, 39. Charlton Harris, 42 (credit: Arlington Police Department) APD detectives assigned to the U.S. Marshals North Texas Fugitive Task Force found Harris at a motel in Grand Prairie and took him into custody without incident. READ MORE: He Was On The Run Now A Texas Man In Custody, Accused Of Killing His Ex-Girlfriend & Wounding A Toddler “We are grateful for the community participation and tips that came in,” said Arlington Chief of Police Al Jones. “Often times, we need the public’s help to solve these types of cases and that is exactly what happened in this instance.” Harris was charged with Murder, Accident Involving Death and Public Intoxication. He is currently being held at the Arlington City Jail. READ MORE: Marcus Allhoff Nast Arrested For Alleged Involvement In Infant Abduction Evidence gathered at the scene, as well as an anonymous Crime Stoppers tip that was prompted by local media coverage of this...
    HOUSTON (CBSDFW.COM) — The man accused of fatally shooting a young Houston mother while she held her 1-year-old son is the woman’s ex-boyfriend. The shooting happened on July 1 and officials say that’s the same day Zacchaeus Rashad Gaston went on the run. READ MORE: Marcus Allhoff Nast Arrested For Alleged Involvement In Infant Abduction (credit: Houston Police Department) Left behind was his 24-year-old former girlfriend, Layla Steele, whose body was riddled with bullets. According to the arrest warrant, the woman was already on the ground when Gaston shot her in the torso and stood over her firing four or five more shots into her body. Steele was taken to a nearby hospital in critical condition and later died from her injuries. At the time of the shooting Steele was holding their toddler son, Zeus. The boy suffered a non-life threatening gunshot wound to the leg and is recovering. READ MORE: Diamond Levi Britt Found Guilty Of First-Degree Murder After Attacking His Father With Sword  Gaston, 27, had previously been freed on bond after committing felony crimes on seven separate...
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Two Bay Area men were indicted in San Francisco federal court Thursday, charged with conspiring to firebomb John L. Burton Democratic headquarters in Sacramento after the 2020 presidential election, according to the U.S. Department of Justice. According to court documents, 45-year-old Napa resident Ian Benjamin Rogers and 37-year-old Vallejo resident Jarrod Copeland started planning their attacks on targets they associated with Democrats in the wake of the 2020 Presidential election, seeking support from an anti-government militia group. READ MORE: Animal Shelters Inundated With Pandemic Pups as Adoptive Owners Attention Lags According to the indictment, the defendants planned to use incendiary devices to attack their targets and hoped their attacks would prompt a movement. Rogers has been in state custody since his arrest in Napa on Jan. 15. Copeland was arrested Wednesday and made an initial federal court appearance Thursday morning in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California. Copeland will appear next on July 20, 2021, for a detention hearing. Rogers will appear next on July 30, 2021, for a status conference....
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — An armed man accused of trying to enter the parking garage of the Edward R. Roybal Federal Building in downtown Los Angeles on Wednesday has been charged with a misdemeanor weapons offense. 34-year-old Erik Christopher Younggren of Cherry Valley is expected to appear in court on Friday on a count of attempted possession of firearms and dangerous weapons in a federal facility. Younggren was found to be wearing body armor, and a search of the vehicle was found to contain multiple loaded firearms and knives, officials said. Two rifles, a 0.45-caliber semi-automatic firearm and about 565 rounds of ammunition were found in his vehicle. Law enforcement officials did not have a motive for the incident as of Thursday night. According to the criminal complaint, Younggren told Federal Protective Services officials he went to the federal building because he needed “protection,” claiming he was a “confidential informant assigned to a confidential federal task force.” If convicted as charged, Younggren faces up to one year in federal prison. The incident continued to be under investigation by the Federal...
    SOUTH DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Fifty-seven-year-old Michael Burney turned himself into Dallas police for his alleged involvement in the killing of Ronnie Joseph Berry. The 61-year-old was fatally shot Sunday evening in South Dallas. READ MORE: Texas House Speaker Demanding Democrats Return, Chartering Plane In Washington Officers who responded to the shooting shortly before 8 p.m. in the 2900 block of Gould Street, near Botham Jean and Cedar Crest boulevards, found Berry. He had multiple gunshot wounds, according to police. He later died at a nearby hospital. READ MORE: 6-Year-Old Drowns In Pool In Mesquite Neighborhood, Police Say Burney was transported to the Dallas County Jail where he was charged with murder. A Dallas County magistrate will set his bond amount. MORE NEWS: 18-Year-Old Joining Blue Origin Spaceflight Out Of Texas Next Week  
    JUSTIN ROSE declared “We’re Swinging for England” as he led the charge for a first home victory in The Open for 52 years. The former US Open champion says England’s golfers are painfully aware of the fact that none of them has lifted the Claret Jug aloft in front of their own fans since Tony Jacklin’s famous victory at Royal Lytham in 1969. 6 But Rose believes there could be no more fitting venue to end the agony than Royal St George’s on the Kent coast. He said: “Listen, the lads can do it. I can see no reason why not. We've all grown up playing lots of links golf to be honest with you, and yeah, it should be a style of golf that we all relish. “And hopefully, Royal St George's, with the St George's cross, is kind of a lucky omen this week. “The quality of golf that a lot of the English guys are playing is incredibly high, and quite a few of us have had a good look at winning more Majors - Tommy Fleetwood,...
    Former President Donald Trump put Vice President Mike Pence in charge of the White House coronavirus task force because he 'didn't have anything else to do,' according to a new book. The book, I Alone Can Fix It: Donald J. Trump's Catastrophic Final Year, focuses on Trump's effort to deal with the coronavirus and later seek, contend with street protests, and seek to overturn election results.  Trump designated Pence as head of the task force in February 2020, with COVID-19 spreading, at a time when there were 15 known cases in the U.S.  When he made the appointment, Trump pointed to Pence's time managing health crises when he was governor of Indiana. Trump said he was 'using Mike because he’s very good at doing what he does.' Former President Donald Trump tasked former Vice President Mike Pence with leading the coronavirus task force 'because he 'didn't have anything else to do,' according to a new book But according to the new book by Washington Post reporters Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker, which was excerpted in the DailyBeast Thursday, Trump made...
    20 Chic and Comfortable Loafers for Women That Will Be Staples In Your Closet Report: FIBA denies Nneka Ogwumikes bid to play for Nigeria after Team USA snub © Provided by People Getty; Shutterstock Britney Spears; Jamie Spears Britney Spears has spoken out again in her conservatorship battle with her father, Jamie Spears. During a court hearing Wednesday, the 39-year-old singer told Judge Brenda Penny through the phone that would like to press formal charges against Jamie for what she called "conservatorship abuse," according to CNN. "I would like to charge my father with conservatorship abuse," she said in a tearful testimony. "I want to press charges against my father today," she told the court. "I want an investigation into my dad." At the hearing, Britney also called her conservatorship "f------ cruelty" and alleged that she was living with severe limitations like not being able to drink coffee, saying, "If this is not abuse, I don't know what is," according to the outlet. © Provided by People Nicholas Hunt/Filmmagic Britney Spears NBC News reported that Britney said she has been "extremely...
    A man who threatened another hotel guest with a knife has been arrested in Carlisle, according to Middlesex Township police. Jason Riley Wunderlich, 34, of Lebanon was arrested on Tuesday at the Super 8 in the 1800 block of Harrisburg Pike. Police were called to the hotel for reports of a disturbance involving a weapon. Wunderlich was singled out by witnesses as the man who harassed another guest while displaying "a knife in a threatening manner to the victim," as police said of the investigation. Wunderlich was wanted on warrants in other areas and was arrested on a charge Contempt For Violation of Order or Agreement.  Police also filed a Summary Harassment charge. He is being held in the Cumberland County Prison on $10,000. The case has been sent to the Common Court of Pleas.
    A 27-year-old man was charged with aggravated assault in a stabbing that occurred last weekend in Allentown, authorities said. Officers found a man suffering a life-threatening injury in the 1600 Block of West Liberty Street around 2 a.m. Sunday, according to the Allentown Police Department. The victim was taken to an area hospital for treatment. On Tuesday around 3:30 p.m., officers saw the alleged suspect in the area of North 4th Street and West Greenleaf Street, police said. Officers took Christopher Santana, of the 1500 Block W. Liberty Street, into custody and charged him with aggravated assault. He was sent to Lehigh County Jail in lieu of $50,000 bail, court records show. His preliminary hearing is set for July 22.