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    OAKLAND — Three men, including two who were in a vehicle,  were wounded in two East Oakland shootings Saturday night and early Sunday, authorities said. All were in stable condition. Police said the shootings are not related. The double shooting happened about 11 p.m. Saturday in the 2300 block of East 12th Street. Two men, one 20 and the other 21, were in a vehicle with a third man that had stopped for a red light.  The men told police that a pickup truck  pulled up alongside them and someone inside began shooting at them. The two men were wounded and the other man, who was not hurt, drove them to a hospital, authorities said. Police are trying to determine a motive for the shooting.  No arrests have been made. The other shooting happened about 1:45 a.m. Sunday in the 7600 block of Bancroft Avenue. A 21-year-old man told police he was walking by himself when another person confronted him on the street and began shooting at him. The man was hit in the arm and was able to make...
    AT LEAST 14 people have died in a mass shooting at a bar in South Africa. A gunman burst into a nightspot in Soweto, Johannesburg just after midnight. 1A shooter has killed at least 14 people at a bar in South AfricaCredit: Getty - Contributor Ten others have been injured, and three are fighting for their lives. Gauteng Police Commissioner Elias Mawela said this morning: "Primary investigations suggest the people were enjoying themselves in the tavern. "They just came in and shot at them randomly." Detectives are on the scene. "The age range is just an estimation from my detectives to say they are between 19 and 35 years," he said. THIS IS A DEVELOPING STORY... The Sun is your go to destination for the best celebrity news, football news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Download our fantastic, new and improved free App for the best ever Sun Online experience. For iPhone click here, for Android click here.  Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSun and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheSun. Most read in US NewsTEEN...
    By JAKE BLEIBERG, JIM VERTUNO and ELLIOT SPAGAT UVALDE, Texas (AP) — Law enforcement authorities faced mounting questions and criticism Thursday over how much time elapsed before they stormed a Texas elementary school classroom and put a stop to the rampage by a gunman who killed 19 children and two teachers. Investigators were also unable to say with any certainty whether an armed school district security officer outside Robb Elementary in the town of Uvalde exchanged fire with the attacker, 18-year-old Salvador Ramos, when Ramos first arrived on Tuesday. The motive for the massacre — the nation’s deadliest school shooting since Newtown, Connecticut, a decade ago — remained under investigation, with authorities saying Ramos had no known criminal or mental health history. During the siege, which ended when a U.S. Border Patrol team burst in and shot the gunman to death, frustrated onlookers urged police officers to charge into the school, according to witnesses. “Go in there! Go in there!” women shouted at the officers soon after the attack began, said Juan Carranza, 24, who watched the scene from outside...
    A mass shooting at a popular Arkansas car show that left one person dead and 27 others  wounded - including six children - was sparked when two men got into a shootout and sprayed the crowd with bullets, officials said.  Harrowing footage of the moment gunfire erupted at Saturday's Delta N.E.Y.O. Hood-nic Foundation car show in Dumas shows people running for cover as the barrage of gunfire pierces through the music being played on stage. 'The bottom line on this is individuals got into a gunfight,' Arkansas State Police Director Col. Bill Bryant said at a press conference Sunday. The deceased was identified as Cameron Shaffer, 23. Bryant said that was no indication that Shaffer was one of the persons involved in the confrontation that led to the shooting.  The ages of the young victims who were shot included a 19-month-old and a 23-month old, authorities said.  Scroll down for video  Pictured: the scene at the car show right before the gunfight that left one person dead and 27 injured, including six children The moment gunshots rang out at the car show, right before dozens...
    A shooting left one dead and 14 injured in Las Vegas, police announced Saturday afternoon. The incident, which occurred early Saturday morning in a hookah lounge just off the Las Vegas strip, resulted in the death of one male victim and two others in critical condition. Twelve other victims are in stable condition, and no suspect is in custody, police said Saturday afternoon. Two people got into a fight, and they then took out their guns and began firing at each other, hitting a total of 15 people, according to a press release. When officers got to the scene at approximately 3:15 a.m., they began rendering aid by applying tourniquets and administering CPR before transporting them to the Sunrise and UMC hospitals, police said. FOUR-YEAR-OLD FIRES GUN AT UTAH OFFICERS AS THEY TRY TO DETAIN HIS FATHER An investigation into the shooting is underway, and those with information are encouraged to call or email the homicide department of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. The name and cause of death of the male victim will be...
    The father of an NYPD officer who was killed by friendly fire while tussling with a suspect in The Bronx is suing New York City and five cops, claiming that their 'wanton, willful and reckless' actions caused his son's death. Officer Brian Mulkeen, 33, was killed on September 29, 2019, at the Edenwald Houses in The Bronx, where he and his colleagues had arrived to question 27-year-old ex-convict Antonio Williams, about recent shootings. Williams tried to flee but was caught and tackled by Mulkeen, resulting in a scuffle, as seen in body camera footage.  When responding officers saw that Williams was allegedly reaching for a gun, they all - including Mulkeen - opened fire. Scroll down for video  Brian Mulkeen Sr (left) is suing New York City and five NYPD members in connection with the friendly-fire death of his son, Officer Brian Mulkeen, 33, in 2019  Mulkeen was part of NYPD's plainclothes unit when he and his colleagues arrived at the Edenwald Houses in The Bronx on September 29, 2019, to talk to a suspect about shootings  Body camera footage...
    By Aya Elamroussi | CNN There is a “strong possibility” the 15-year-old sophomore accused of killing four fellow students this week at a Michigan high school had the gun in his backpack when he met shortly before the shooting with administrators and his parents over his concerning behavior that day, the prosecutor in the case told CNN on Thursday night. Ethan Robert Crumbley. (Oakland County Sheriff’s Office)  But at that point, no disciplinary action was warranted, the school district superintendent said Thursday. Ethan Crumbley has been charged as an adult with terrorism, murder and other counts in Tuesday’s shooting that also left seven people wounded at Oxford High School north of Detroit. It was the deadliest shooting at a US K-12 campus since 2018 and the 32nd such attack since August 1. Hours before the rampage, a teacher saw Crumbley engage in “concerning” behavior that prompted school officials to pull him into an office and call his parents for a meeting, Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard told CNN. After that discussion, Crumbley was allowed back to class. “No discipline was...
    Police in Los Angeles shot and killed a man on Sunset Boulevard on Saturday, after the body armor-wearing driver deliberately reversed his car into them, got out and confronted them, beginning a countdown with his hands behind his back. The unnamed man stopped his car suddenly, when officers were driving along on patrol around 2:30pm in Hollywood. The black car, covered in writing mentioning the Illuminati, God, Satan, and government control, then reversed into the police vehicle. The driver got out, and confronted the officers. The man reversed his car, covered in white writing, into the police patrol car Police are seen on Saturday afternoon along Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood The shooting shut down streets in Hollywood for several hours When they yelled instructions at him, he ignored him, said Meghan Aguilar, a LAPD detective. 'The officers gave him commands which he did not follow, and he started counting down, saying 3… 2… 1… as he started to pull his hand from his back to the front,' she said. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    SEBEKA, Minn. (AP) — Authorities say two suspects were killed and a sheriff’s deputy was wounded in a shootout that began with a traffic stop Saturday night in northwestern Minnesota. The Wadena County Sheriff’s Office said in a release that the incident began about 8:45 p.m. after a struggle between the deputy and a motorist who was pulled over near Sebeka. The confrontation continued when a second suspect and a Sebeka police officer arrived on scene, the release said. At least one of the motorists began shooting at the officers, according to the statement. One of the officers returned fire. All four people were struck by gunfire. One suspect died at the scene and the other died at a hospital in Wadena. The wounded deputy was taken by air ambulance to a Twin Cities hospital for treatment of serious, non-life threatening injuries, the release said. The Sebeka officer was struck in the protective vest and did not require medical treatment. Sebeka is located about 90 miles east of the Fargo, North Dakota and Moorhead, Minnesota metropolitan area. The state...
    Raymond Childs III, 17, (pictured) was charged with murder on Thursday morning, according to court records. He is accused of shooting dead six people at his family's home in Indianapolis on Sunday morning The girlfriend of an Indiana teen accused of killing five people, including four family members, and an unborn baby has revealed that he seemed nervous and broke down in tears in front of her as they visited the crime scene before his arrest.    The Marion County Prosecutor's Office filed charges against Raymond Childs III, 17, on Thursday morning. He is facing six counts of murder, one count of attempted murder and one count of carrying a handgun without a license.  Childs III allegedly went on a shooting spree early Sunday morning - killing his mother Kezzie Childs, 42, father Raymond Childs Jr, 42, 18-year-old brother Elijah and 13-year-old sister Rita. Elijah's girlfriend Kiara Hawkins, 19, was also killed, along with her unborn baby boy.   Recounting the hours before the shooting, Childs III's girlfriend, identified in a probable cause affidavit only as J.D. said the 17-year-old was planning to spend...
    DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) — It was just before 10:00 p.m. on September 17 when Dallas police were called to an apartment complex after getting reports of someone going around knocking on doors. When officers arrived at the complex, in the 3400 block of Webb Chapel Extension, they saw a person fitting the description given to them by dispatch. The officers approached the man and at some point began performing a protective pat down. According to police, while the suspect was being frisked he pulled away and the officers began to struggle with him. During the struggle, police say the suspect pulled out a handgun and began shooting and there was an exchange of gunfire with one of the officers. The suspect allegedly tried to run from the scene but was shortly captured. Despite the shootout, no one was injured during the incident. The 26-year-old suspect is in custody and charges are pending. The shooting is under investigation.
    Seven more Minnesotans died of COVID-19 and 761 more were infected with the coronavirus, the state Department of Health reported Wednesday. Those who died ranged in age from their early 60s to their late 80s. Five lived in long-term care, one in a group home and the other in a private residence. The death toll in Minnesota has reached 1,830 with 1,345 of the fatalities residents of long-term care. Another 52 deaths are suspected to have been caused by COVID-19, but the patient never had a positive coronavirus test. Minnesota has tested more than 1.5 million samples from 1.15 million patients since local screening began in March. The state has about 5.6 million residents. There are 77,085 patients who have tested positive for the coronavirus since the pandemic began. More than 69,000 of those patients have recovered enough they no longer need to be isolate. As of Tuesday afternoon, there were 297 patients hospitalized with 135 in critical condition. Sign up for Newsletters and Alerts Subscribe Follow Us Facebook Twitter Instagram RSS...
    Police have arrested the alleged shooter who gunned down a Connecticut teenager and injured her boyfriend in a senseless murder just after midnight Friday in the Flatiron District. Ruddy Osias, 27, of Bayswater, Queens, has been charged with the killing of Erica Lopez, 19, in what her boyfriend, Andres Arias, 21, described as a shooting over a minor bar dispute. Osias faces charges of second-degree murder and criminal possession of a weapon for allegedly shooting the Connecticut couple after they reportedly got into an argument with strangers they had befriended while partying at the 230 Fifth Rooftop bar. Lopez and Arias were celebrating Arias’ cousin’s boyfriend’s birthday at the venue when they began chatting and drinking with a group of six men and women inside. The two parties befriended each other at the 230 Fifth Rooftop bar, pictured above.Stefano Giovannini But tempers flared when Lopez said one of the women they had just met groped her and their other female friend without their consent, according to Arias. When he confronted them about the accusation, an argument ensued, he said. The...
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