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    Two power substations in a North Carolina county were damaged by gunfire in what police say is being investigated as a criminal act, causing damage that could take days to repair leaving tens of thousands of people in the dark without electricity. In response to ongoing outages, which began just after 7pm on Saturday night across Moore County, officials announced a state of emergency that included a curfew from 9pm on Sunday until 5am on Monday.  Also, county schools will be closed Monday. 'An attack like this on critical infrastructure is a serious, intentional crime and I expect state and federal authorities to thoroughly investigate and bring those responsible to justice,' Governor Roy Cooper wrote on Twitter. Moore County Sheriff Ronnie Fields said during a Sunday news conference that authorities have not determined a motive behind the vandalism. Fields also said investigators have found no evidence or reason to believe that the Saturday evening attack was tied to a controversial drag show in downtown Southern Pines.  This photos shows the gate to the Duke Energy West End substation in Moore...
    A car flew over a 20-foot-embankment while speeding in central Pennsylvania, police announced in a release on Wednesday, September 21. Anthyoine Vazquez-Jumper of Carlisle was driving west "at a high rate of speed" on West North Street in North Middleton Township when the right front of his car hit a curb, Township police say. Following the impact, Vazquez-Jumper's  hopped the curb,  becoming airborne, then it flew over the 20-foot embankment, as detailed in the release. The front of the car struck the ground, causing the car to roll in a clockwise multiple times until it came to rest back on it's wheels, according to the release.  Vazquez-Jumper was extracted by rescue personnel and transported by Cumberland Goodwill ambulance to Holy Spirit hospital, where he was admitted, police explain. He was not wearing a seatbelt at the time of the crash, according to the police. No charges have been filed as of the day of the release but the investigation into this serious crash is ongoing. 
    A car went airborne and crash landed, wrapping around a tree on Thursday, July 14, police say.  Upper Allen Township police were called to a  single-vehicle crash at the intersection of Arcona Road and East Winding Hill Road at 9:50 p.m., according to a release by the department.  Through their investigation, police learned the 2019 Volkswagen Jetta was going too fast and blew through a stop sign before crossing the road, hitting an embankment— becoming airborne, the release explains.  The Jetta continued a short distance before striking a tree, but neither the man driving nor the woman in the front seat passenger were hurt, according to the police.  A boy in the back seat was not wearing a seat belt and was taken to an area hospital by Penn State Health Life Lion EMS, police say.
    A car went airborne and crash landed, wrapping around a tree on Thursday, July 14, police say.  Upper Allen Township police were called to a  single-vehicle crash at the intersection of Arcona Road and East Winding Hill Road at 9:50 p.m., according to a release by the department.  Through their investigation, police learned the 2019 Volkswagen Jetta was going too fast and blew through a stop sign before crossing the road, hitting an embankment— becoming airborne, the release explains.  The Jetta continued a short distance before striking a tree, but neither the man driving nor the woman in the front seat passenger were hurt, according to the police.  A boy in the back seat was not wearing a seat belt and was taken to an area hospital by Penn State Health Life Lion EMS, police say.
    The former partner of billionaire Lord Ashcroft's son has claimed she is 'definitely not a murderer' after she shot dead a police chief in the tropical paradise of Belize. Jasmine Hartin, 33, admitted she shot Superintendent Henry Jemmott when his gun went off by accident while she handled it as they had a late-night drink together on a pier in May last year. The Canadian-born socialite claimed she 'doesn't remember touching the trigger of the weapon' and suggested the gun could have gone off because it was 'rusty'. Hartin, who is charged with manslaughter by negligence, said: 'It don't ever remember touching the trigger of the weapon, But I was holding it when it went off. 'I’m not sure if it was a faulty weapon or not. I really can’t tell you how it went off.'  In a sensational interview with TalkTV interview with Piers Morgan, set to air later today, Hartin insisted she and Supt Jemmott were only friends rather than lovers, even though her relationship with Lord Ashcroft's son Andrew was disintegrating at the time and they were 'sleeping separately'....
    A father has been charged with the murder of his 8-month-old daughter who died when she was left in a hot car in Georgia on Tuesday. Davied Whatley, 20, went into Snellville Police Department to retrieve a gun that was being held in the property department there - while his baby daughter Nova Grace Whatley-Trejo was still in his car in 86-degree temperatures. Before releasing the weapon, police did a background check. This is standard practice to ensure a gun isn't being released to someone with a felony conviction.  Officers discovered that there was a warrant for Whatley's arrest for a probation violation and took him into custody, detaining him for seven hours. During that time, baby Nova died on her own in the car. On Wednesday, Whatley was charged with second-degree murder over her death, but is now claiming that he told officers his daughter was in the car. Snellville police officers are denying this, saying that during his seven hours in custody he never once mentioned he had left Nova on her own. Davied Japez McCorry Whatley (left), 20, went into...
    A Bronx judge has ruled to move the case of 16-year-old drill rapper Camrin 'C Blu' Williams from an adult criminal court to Family Court, after accusing a police officer of providing 'unreliable' testimony that 'had no value' about the night the teen allegedly shot a cop during a scuffle. Williams, who is a suspected gang member, has been out on bond since late January. He faces charges of criminal possession of a weapon, second-degree assault and other weapons charges stemming from a January 18 incident, during which police said he shot Officer Kaseem Pennant as he was being searched.  During a hearing on Tuesday, Bronx Supreme Court Justice Naita Semaj said that while Williams possessed an illegal gun, police officers had 'no apparent reason' to try to search him. Drill rapper Camrin 'C Blu' Williams, 16, had his shooting case transferred from an adult court to Family Court after a Bronx judge defended his actions during a scuffle with police Bronx Supreme Court Justice Naita Semaj accused police officers of providing 'unreliable' testimony that 'had no value'  Williams celebrated the ruling with this...
    Authorities in Houston confirmed Saturday that a series of checks and cash found by a plumber in the wall of megachurch pastor Joel Osteen's church are connected to a 2014 heist when $600,000 went missing. The Houston PD posted a statement today regarding the investigation, launched after a plumber who worked at the church and called into a Houston radio morning show on 100.3 The Bull to tell them about his shocking discovery.  The plumber only gave his first name, Justin. The revelation comes seven years after about $600,000 in donations was stolen and hadn't been recovered. Police said that they were called to the church for report of property discovered in the building on November 10 at about 2:30pm.  They claimed church members told them during a renovation project, the money was found inside a wall. 'Burglary and theft officers responded and began investigating. An undisclosed amount of money was inventoried, documented and left in the custody of Lakewood Church since it was property found on the premises.'  They confirmed that the money is connected to the 2014 heist and...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Shots were fired, but no one was hurt, when Miami-Dade police went to serve a warrant in a firearms investigation at a Brownsville home. It happened just before 6 a.m. at NW 23rd Avenue and NW 48th Street. READ MORE: Miami Weather: Rain Chance Higher Through Friday, Cooler Weather ComingAccording to police, when officers entered the home they were confronted by an armed 17-year-old. At one point during the confrontation the shots were fired. Police said the teen did not shoot at the officers. Police have not said how many shots were fired or how many officers were involved. “The subject juvenile was then able to retreat into the second floor of the residence where he barricades himself. In negotiating with our special response team members, they were able to convince him to come down and surrender without incident,” said Miami-Dade Detective Alvaro Zabaleta. READ MORE: Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival Returns For Its 36th YearThe teen was then taken into custody and police recovered the firearm. “Once we found out the identity of the juvenile,...
    (CNN)A gunman stood over an elderly man he had shot in the parking lot of King Soopers and pumped more bullets into the victim as the staff of the grocery store watched in horror. The employees and some shoppers fled up the stairs of the Boulder, Colorado, store to hide in the backroom as the suspect roamed the store, according to an affidavit for an arrest warrant. Police would receive multiple calls that day reporting that a man had opened fire. The first calls were reported at 2:30 p.m. local time, according to police. By 3:28 p.m. it was over.And what was regular day of errands and chores in a Colorado town was shattered forever. While some shoppers and employees managed to hide in terror, ten people were shot dead by a lone assailant.Monday's victims, including a store manager and a police officer, were Denny Stong, 20; Neven Stanisic, 23; Rikki Olds, 25; Tralona Bartkowiak, 49; Suzanne Fountain, 59; Teri Leiker, 51; Boulder Police Officer Eric Talley, 51; Kevin Mahoney, 61; Lynn Murray, 62; Jody Waters, 65.Here is what we...
    In an update on the search for a missing 11-year-old boy, police said that, so far, the evidence points to Aiden having been alone near the Connecticut River when he disappeared. Aiden Blanchard, 11, went missing on Feb. 5 around 11:30 a.m. Aiden was last seen in the Willamansett area of Chicopee, near Old Field Road, and heading toward the Medina Street boat launch along the Connecticut River, police said. Aiden Blanchard is missingMissing and Exploited Children NetworkOn Tuesday, Feb. 9, Chicopee and State police said they do not suspect foul play was involved in Aiden’s disappearance. “All evidence known thus far suggests Aiden was alone and near the river when he went missing,” Massachusetts State Police said in a statement. “Based on the information currently known to detectives, no foul play is suspected at this time. All leads continue to be investigated.” Massachusetts State Troopers and Chicopee Police are continuing to search the Connecticut River for Aiden but said the weather has been making the process difficult. Photos shared by the state police showed places where the...
    In an update on the search for a missing 11-year-old boy, police said that, so far, the evidence points to Aiden having been alone near the Connecticut River when he disappeared. Aiden Blanchard, 11, went missing on Feb. 5 around 11:30 a.m. Aiden was last seen in the Willamansett area of Chicopee, near Old Field Road, and heading toward the Medina Street boat launch along the Connecticut River, police said. Aiden Blanchard is missingMissing and Exploited Children NetworkOn Tuesday, Feb. 9, Chicopee and State police said they do not suspect foul play was involved in Aiden’s disappearance. “All evidence known thus far suggests Aiden was alone and near the river when he went missing,” Massachusetts State Police said in a statement. “Based on the information currently known to detectives, no foul play is suspected at this time. All leads continue to be investigated.” Massachusetts State Troopers and Chicopee Police are continuing to search the Connecticut River for Aiden but said the weather has been making the process difficult. Photos shared by the state police showed places where the...
    A woman who was gang raped by five men was raped again by a police worker when she went to report the crime in India. The country's latest shocking sex attack took place in Shahjahanpur, Uttar Pradesh on November 30. The woman revealed the horrific nature of the crimes on Thursday and a police chief has opened an investigation. A woman who was gang raped by five men was raped again by a police worker when she went to report the crime in India. Pictured: Students protest following the gang rape and murder of a 19-year-old woman in Uttar Pradesh in October The victim, 35, from a village served by the Jalalabad police station, said she was walking by foot when she was attacked. She told reporters that five men in a car forcibly dragged her to a field where they raped her, according to The Times of India.   RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Wildebeest crossing the Serengeti, a turtle tangled in... ANOTHER mutant form of coronavirus is discovered in Nigeria... Share...
    A North Carolina woman whose disappearance earlier this week sparked an intense search has been found safe, it was announced this morning.  The Wilmington Police Department posted a brief update on its Facebook page on Friday, saying that 43-year-old Kristin Glass has been located.  Glass last spoke to her family early Monday morning. Relatives raised the alarm after her phone was reportedly discovered at the side of the road that afternoon. Glass’ half-sister, Julie Coxe, on Friday released a short statement on Facebook on behalf of the family, addressing the situation.  Found! Kristin Glass, 43, returned home on her own on Thursday, four days after her disappearance in North Carolina. She last spoke to her family Monday morning  Julie Coxe, Glass' half-sister, posted this message on Friday, announcing the woman's safe return after her disappearance  'Kristin arrived home on her own safety late last night,' she wrote. 'The family is grateful and exhausted and ask for privacy as we as a family celebrate her safe return. 'Thank you to the Wilmington Police Department and the public for...
    Two children's toy bikes are seen on the sidewalk in front of Jacob Blake's home in Kenosha, Wisconsin, on August 25, 2020, two days after police shot him. Aisha I. Jefferson Witnesses who saw Kenosha police shoot Jacob Blake on Sunday told Insider what they saw happen. One man said he thought Blake was going back to the vehicle to check on his three young sons in the backseat. While that man now thinks the cop was justified in shooting Blake, several other neighbors who witnessed the shooting disagree, and think police used unnecessary force. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Witnesses who saw Kenosha police shoot Jacob Blake on Sunday speculate that the 29-year-old father was checking on his three young sons when he opened the driver side of his SUV seconds before getting shot. "Knowing Jacob, that's what he was doing. His kids are his priority. He wanted to make his kids safe," Dan Stone, who lives across the street from Blake and was there when he was shot, told Insider. Stone, 68, said he...
    The man who recorded a sickening assault on a truck driver on Sunday night in Portland has said the Oregon city feels like a 'third world country.' Drew Hernandez captured the incident, near a federal courthouse, which saw the driver kicked unconscious after he was chased by a mob, causing him to crash. Speaking to Fox News, Hernandez said the man was possibly defending a transgender woman being beaten and robbed by the protesters, when the group turned their attention to the driver and his female companion. Drew Hernandez, who filmed the incident on his cell phone, has spoken of his experience of being in Portland on Sunday night, saying 'sometimes it feels like you're walking in a Third World country' The unnamed man then got into his truck and drove away as he and the woman became a target, but crashed in the pursuit, Hernandez said.    'I think he just felt extremely threatened,' Hernandez said in an interview. 'They chased him... until he finally crashed. When they finally caught up to him, they went nuts. 'This was violent,...
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