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    NEW YORK (WABC) -- AAA lists the average price of a regular gallon of gas in New Jersey at $5.04 Friday morning, another record high.Motorists will pay even more on the NJ Turnpike and Garden State Parkway, where regular gas is $5.09, up 21 cents from $4.88 a gallon last Friday.Gas prices are re-adjusted up to three times a week on the state's two major roadways, and could be readjusted up again.We will see at 7 a.m. Friday.New York's daily AAA average is $5.02, also a record high.New York drivers are seeing a small amount of relief as last week's gas tax break at both the state and county levels takes effect.Gas Buddy's survey pushed the national average over $5 a gallon for the first time on Thursday.AAA's figure for the national average is $4.98 Friday morning.Gas prices have surged in recent weeks as U.S. gasoline inventories have fallen over 25 million barrels, or over one billion gallons, since the start of March amidst a global decline in refining capacity due to the COVID-19 pandemic and accelerated demand going into...
    This is the shocking moment two gunmen wielding assault rifles opened fire at a busy Philadelphia gas station in broad daylight, killing a young father. Brandon Dixon, 30, was targeted by two shooters as they drove up to the Liberty forecourt in east Mount Airy, north Philadelphia last Thursday, May 5. Surveillance footage shows the balaclava-clad men drive up to the gas station and watch Brandon pump gas into his car before leaping out with assault rifles. After identifying Brandon, they leap out of the vehicle and spray him with assault rifle bullets Brandon got away from the gas station but was hit all over his body by bullets fired by the pair Brandon (pictured in white T-shirt) was seen sprinting out of the forecourt before he was killed The Philly dad sprinted away as they open fire, but didn't make it. He died with multiple gunshot wounds throughout his body. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Was gangland hit on bikie boss an inside job? Cops share... Eric Adams warns New York City...
    NORTH BELLMORE, Long Island (WABC) -- Three teenagers are under arrest on Long Island after authorities say they stole a car and then rammed it into police vehicles.Nassau County police say the suspects injured several officers and caused a half a million dollars in damage to the vehicles.A loaded firearm was also recovered in the vehicle, which officials say was stolen in Great Neck.ALSO READ | 7 On Your Side Investigates subway crime: How likely are you to become a victim?EMBED More News Videos 7 On Your Side Investigates has more on subway crime trends across New York City. The incident is part of a larger trend of car thefts across Long Island, and Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman blamed New York state's bail reform."These were three individuals, one was 17, two of them were 16, all three were from New Jersey," he said. "They came to New York from New Jersey because of the liberal, progressive policies that have made New York state a less safe place to live in, with cashless bail and Raise the Age."Raise the Age...
    DENVER (CBS4) — Last December, a federal court jury found a 30-year-old Denver man guilty of beating a woman who was giving him a ride, shoving her out of her own vehicle, and driving off with it. He used that woman’s SUV in the shooting of another man seven days later. United States District Court Judge Raymond P. Moore sentenced Joseph Wesley Avila on March 14 to 20 years in federal prison. Details in the prosecution’s sentencing statement indicate Avila was released on parole from the Colorado Department of Corrections two months before the July 2020 incident. (credit: Colorado Department of Corrections) The woman met Avila at a gas station near the Auraria Campus in downtown Denver, according to the court document. It was there that her Chevrolet Tahoe ran out of gas. Once refueled, she gave Avila’s a ride to her apartment and then returned to the gas station to drop off Avila at his car. Avila’s car, however, had been towed. “The defendant began crying and stated that the title was not in his name,” the document states....
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A messy collision had a vehicle slamming into the side of another car, damaging property at a GetGo gas station this morning. READ MORE: Former Steelers Running Back Eric Wilkerson Wanted In Deadly StabbingBrentwood Volunteer Fire Company first heard about the crash around 8 a.m. Saturday and received reports that one person was entrapped, there were injuries and there was a car “smoking up against the gas pump.” READ MORE: Air Canada To Re-Establish Non-Stop Flights Between Pittsburgh And Quebec (Photo Credit: Brentwood Volunteer Fire Company) When they arrived at the 3600 block of Saw Mill Run Boulevard, all occupants of both vehicles were out. MORE NEWS: Court Rejects Bid To Use Old Legislative Districts Until ’24Crews from Brentwood and Whitehall used suppression lines and removed the vehicles.
    A SHOOTING in Texas left three dead and another injured after gunfire erupted inside a gas station convenience store. Police in Dallas responded to reports of a shooting inside a convenience store in Garland at around 7.30pm on Sunday evening. 1A shooting inside a Dallas gas station convenience store left three dead and another injuredCredit: NBC5 DFW Officials discovered four male victims shot inside the store. Three were pronounced dead at the scene, while the fourth victim was taken to a hospital. More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. The-sun.com is your go-to destination for the best celebrity news, sport news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSunUS and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheUSSun. We pay for your stories!Do you have a story for The US Sun team? Email us at [email protected] or call 212 416 4552. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSunUS and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheSunUS
    A Florida mother-of-five was killed in a horrific accident while pumping gas when another car backed into the pump, pinning her against her car and sparking a fireball as two of her children sat in the vehicle. Shoi Delfin-Caballes was filling up at a Shell station in Palm Harbor on Wednesday when a 66-year-old woman backed into the pump and knocked it over, according to the Florida Highway Patrol. Delfin-Caballes was pinned between the pump and her SUV while she was holding the nozzle when the gasoline erupted in flames, cops said.  Sergeant Steve Haskins said her 11-year-old son and 15-year-old daughter jumped out of the vehicle and attempted to free their mother, but were pulled away when the flames became too strong. Germel Caballes with his wife Shoi Delfin-Caballes, who was killed Wednesday as she was filling up her SUV with gas at a station in Palm Harbor, Florida. The mother-of-five got pinned between her vehicle and the gas pump, that has been knocked over when a 66-year-old woman backed into it Vehicle belonging to Florida mother-of-five Shoi Delfin-Caballes....
    (CNN)Two teenagers were fatally shot and another teen and an infant were injured in a gas station shooting Friday night in Memphis, Tennessee.The victims were sitting in their car at a gas pump at about 9:35 p.m. when a blue Nissan Maxima pulled up and an unspecified number of suspects fired multiple shots, Memphis Police said on Twitter.Two girls, ages 15 and 16, died. A 16-year-old girl and a 9-month-old boy were injured and in non-critical condition, according to police.The gas station is on Elvis Presley Boulevard, just down the road from Graceland.The suspect vehicle believed to be involved in the shooting has been recovered, but no arrests have been made, Memphis police said.Read MoreThe motive is unknown and the investigation is ongoing, according to police.Police are asking anyone with tips related to the shooting to call 901-528-CASH.
    Bergen County detectives have nabbed another Bronx man who they said is responsible for a string of gas station and convenience store robberies -- thanks in part, once again, to social media. Genaro Collado, 19, is charged with robbing Exxon stations in Englewood and Ridgefield Park and 7-Elevens in Elmwood Park and Rochelle Park earlier this year. Collado was with co-defendant Daniel Perez, 20, when Perez put a gun to the head of a clerk at the Exxon gas station on eastbound Route 4 in Englewood and ordered him to open the cash register shortly after 3:30 a.m. Jan. 6, authorities said. They reportedly fled with $300 in cash. A review of social media accounts found photos of Collado not only wearing the same clothing -- including underwear -- but also with Perez, a complaint on file in Superior Court in Hackensack alleges. SEE: Prosecutor's Detectives Charge NYC Man, 20, With Three Bergen County Holdups Collado was wearing the same sweatshirt and pants during the next three robberies, detectives said. All three happened quickly. Collado and Perez were among four suspects...
    COMMERCE, Calif. (KABC) -- One person was killed and another was wounded in a shooting involving Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies in Commerce Friday morning.The shooting happened around 4 a.m. at Whittier Boulevard and Gerhart Avenue, at the Speedway Express gas station, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.The circumstances leading up to the shooting were not clear, but a deputy opened fire on what authorities described as two suspects, a man and woman.One of the suspects struck by gunfire was taken to a hospital.The deputy suffered a cut near his eye, possibly inflicted with a knife, authorities say.Authorities on scene were investigating the shooting.DEVELOPING: We will add more details to this report as they become available.
    D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine has sued the owners of two District businesses, and settled a lawsuit with the owners of another one, claiming they were nuisances due to rampant drug use and violence around all three locations. Racine’s office said in a statement Tuesday that the attorney general had sued Power Fuel and Transport Real Estate Holding, the owners and operators of the Exxon gas station at 4665 South Capitol St. SW and the tobacco and grocery store next door at 4675 South Capitol St. SW, saying that they haven’t heeded warnings or advice from Racine’s office and the D.C. police about steps they can take to stem drug and violent crimes. The lawsuit says that the D.C. police have responded to three shootings and made 11 arrests for drug distribution in and around the gas station this year so far. At the store next door, there have been two shootings inside the store, including a homicide. The store has also been the site of drug use and sales, the lawsuit said. Since May, a D.C. police car has...
    ORINDA (CBS SF) — For those Bay Area residents who already think it’s painful to fill up their gas tank locally, get ready to spend even more. Some people cringe every single time they have to fill up the gas tank. KPIX spoke to some residents ahead of the new California gas tax that goes into effect on Thursday, July 1st. READ MORE: Liam Husted Murder: San Jose Mother Admitted Strangling 7-Year-Old Son, Prosecutor Says “You know, you have to wonder why they keep going up. What’s the game people are playing with us?” asked Jim Adams On Thursday, the total state gas tax jumps to about 51 cents per gallon. It’s been increasing every year since 2017 when a state senate bill was signed into law to pay for road and bridge work. “Well, they’ve been fixing roads and bridges with gas taxes for ever, right? Except they use the gas taxes to fix something else,” said area resident Paul Franklin, who was filling up at an Orinda gas station with some of the cheapest gas in the region....
    Melinda Lynn Guerrero, 33, was detained on Wednesday after refusing to leave a Mobil gas station in St. Petersburg A Florida woman who was arrested for trespassing was given a second charge after she repeatedly told cops her name was 'My butt just farted' when asked to identify herself, according to court records.  Melinda Lynn Guerrero, 33, was detained on Wednesday after refusing to leave a Mobil gas station in St. Petersburg.  She has been charged with providing a false name and with trespassing.  When asked for her name, Guerrero is said to have not provided her name initially. Officers from the St. Petersburg Police Department asked the woman 'multiple times' but the 'defendant repeatedly said, "My name is butt just farted, "' the Smoking Gun reports.  Guerrero has her last name tattooed on her back, which may have helped officers identify her.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next BREAKING: Atlanta man, 30, is arrested in the shooting death... Second Syracuse University student dies within 48 hours:... Share this article Share She also...
    DETROIT, Mich. (CBS DETROIT) – A double shooting in Detroit left one man dead and another injured at a gas station according to police. It took place Wednesday just before 10:30 in the area of East 7 Mile and Hayes Street. Police say the occupant(s) inside a silver Ford Taurus were involved in a shoot-out with occupant(s) inside a black Ford Fusion, which resulted in two people being shot. The victims were standing near the vehicles at the time of the shooting. Both were transported to a local hospital where police say the a 25-year-old man succumbed to his injuries and the second victim sustained a non-fatal gunshot wound to the body. The second victim was listed in stable condition. According to officers, prior to the shooting both groups had a verbal altercation with one another. This is an ongoing investigation. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Detroit Police Homicide Section at 313-596-2260 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-SPEAK-UP. © 2020 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. Related
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