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    A Florida sheriff says a homeowner will 'absolutely not' face charges after he shot at least two home invaders during a harrowing burglary.  Escambia County Sheriff's Office released footage from a Ring camera that shows the suspected home invaders pushing their way into the Pensacola home July 7, after the homeowner answers the door. The homeowner, who cannot be seen on camera, and who was not named, was armed with a pistol. But he dropped it during the scuffle, deputies said. He then ran to the back of his house where he grabbed another firearm and began shooting.  An explosion of gunfire is heard on the video and the three suspects are seen fleeing away from the house and over to a vehicle where a fourth suspect, who appeared to be armed, was waiting and they drove off. Da'Torrance Hackworth, 20, and Antonio Dewayne Dean Jr., 18, were arrested and face home invasion and illegal gun possession charges.   A third suspect, Joseph Roman Sanders, 18, is still on the run, and deputies are still looking to identify the fourth suspect....
    When this couple was walking through a park, they discovered a bunny that they could tell was an abandoned pet. They could tell he was scared in an unfamiliar environment, so they decided to take him home! Source: the dodo/Youtube Although scared at first, Mose seemed to be extremely calm and social around the couple when they got home. The couple already had a cat at home and were anxious to see how they would get along. To their surprise, the two of them became instant friends. They began sniffing each other and their cat even shared some of his toys with his new brother. Mose even showed an interest in the couple’s baby, giving gentle kisses on the baby’s forehead. Unfortunately, every year in the U.S., in the weeks after Easter, thousands of unwanted baby rabbits and chicks are dropped off at animal shelters or worse — dumped out in the wild to fend for themselves. Most of these animals are purchased on a whim from pet stores or breeders when parents see how cute they are....
    Payton Gendron, 18, threatened to shoot up Pennsylvania's Susquehanna High School last year around graduation A teenaged gunman who allegedly murdered 10 people in a 'racist hate crime' at a supermarket in upstate New York was not on law enforcement's radar despite having made a school shooting threat last year. Payton Gendron, 18, who surrendered to police at a Tops grocery store in Buffalo on Saturday after firing a barrage of 50 shots at the store, underwent a mental health evaluation last summer after he threatened to open fire at his high school. Police were called to Gendron's high school in Conklin, New York, located near the Pennsylvania border, on June 8, 2021 after he made a threatening statement, authorities revealed during a press conference Sunday.  'The state police responded. They investigated. They interviewed the subject. And they felt at the time it was appropriate to have that individual brought in for a mental health evaluation,' Buffalo police commissioner Joseph Gramaglia explained. Gramaglia said the threat was not racist and not directed at a specific person or place. However, an unnamed law enforcement...
    A group of carjackers crashed into a Bronx man while trying to undertake his car, then attacked him and broke his eye socket before stealing their victim's car.  Miquiel Guerrero, 23, and five others surrounded an unidentified victim, 53, and his car after they crashed into each other on Exterior Street in the Grand Concourse neighborhood around 6.30pm on March 30.  The group appeared to be trying to pass the victim's Kia in their Lexus and got trapped between him and an unoccupied Honda sedan. Surveillance footage shows the group surrounding the driver's vehicle, with one member standing on the roof of the car, causing massive dents to form. He appears to reach down and slap the victim on the head while Guerrero can be seen violently punching the victim several times. After being beaten, the 53-year-old can be seen running away from the scene and two men enter his vehicle and begin to drive off with it. While three others hop in the Honda, according to the New York Post.  A group of six attached an unidentified Kia driver after the...
    The Mum of the 14-year-old boy who Cristiano Ronaldo allegedly 'assaulted' at Goodison Park by smashing a phone out of his hand has declined the Manchester United star's invitation to Old Trafford. Sarah Kelly, from Wirral, took her 14-year-old son Jake Harding to Goodison Park on Saturday for the first time as Everton beat Manchester United. Jake, who has autism, was filming the Manchester United players leaving the pitch at full-time when Ronaldo is alleged to have swiped a mobile phone out of someone's hand, with videos circling online of the incident. Sarah told the Liverpool Echo that the phone belonged to Jake and claimed that the Portuguese striker 'assaulted' him, bruising his hand, by knocking the phone to the floor. Merseyside Police are looking into the incident and have appealed for more information.  Sarah said on Monday that she has been contacted by Man Utd and a representative of Ronaldo but is not satisfied with the response from either.  Regarding the response from the club, Sarah told the Echo: 'United have handled it terribly and it's just made things even worse to...
    CAPTURED Russian soldiers have called for an uprising against Putin after being left in tears from seeing countless friends die. During a press conference with news agency Interfax-Ukraine, a group of Russian soldiers sent to invade Ukraine spoke out against their own government. 5A captured Russian soldier nearly broke down in tears at a press conferenceCredit: EPA 5Six Russian war captives told of the reality of throwing comrades into mass gravesCredit: EPA Alexei Zheleznyak, Mustafaev Mugsad, Igor Rudenko, Alexander Fomenko and others nearly cried as they told of their opposition to the war, reports The Mirror. The distraught soldiers told the world of their anguish at seeing fellow soldiers being thrown into mass graves. Mr Zheleznyak, a soldier of the 34th separate motorized rifle brigade stationed in the Karachay-Cherkess Republic of Russia said that Putin "is a liar and a deceiver of all our people". According to translations, he said: "Putin, without declaring war, is bombing residents, hospitals, cities of Ukraine. Read More in World NewsTANK BLITZ Moment Russian 'Z' tank is hunted down and blown to bits as crew try...
    Russian troops who have been captured by Ukrainian forces have urged their people to rise up against President Vladmir Putin as they tell the world of fellow soldiers being thrown in mass graves.  A group of Russian soldiers spoke out against their government during a press conference with news agency Interfax-Ukraine, telling fellow citizens to not 'look at the zombies.'  Alexei Zheleznyak, Mustafaev Mugsad, Igor Rudenko, Alexander Fomenko and others nearly wept as they told the press conference of their opposition to the Russian invasion, according to The Mirror.  Mr Zheleznyak, a soldier of the 34th separate motorized rifle brigade stationed in the Karachay-Cherkess Republic of Russia, told the conference he warned Putin he would never be able to send enough troops to Ukraine to take over. The group of Russian soldiers spoke out against their government during a press conference with news agency Interfax-Ukraine RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Shia LaBeouf strolls arm in arm with his pregnant fiancée... Inside Succession's real estate stars: From a $105M Hamptons... Share this article Share...
    An emotional Sean Penn has praised Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky for his 'courage and dignity' after meeting him the day of the Russian invasion. The actor, 61, hailed both the President and the Ukrainian people for their courage as he urged the US to 'invest everything' into supporting their democracy or 'lose a legitimate memory of what America hopes to be'. Speaking to CNN for the first time since leaving war-torn Ukraine, where he met with Zelensky on the same day Putin's tanks rolled in, a devastated Penn said citizens had noticed 'the cavalry is not coming' as he urged the US to help the country.  Speaking about the meeting, he told Anderson Cooper: 'Meeting with President Zelensky the day before the invasion and then meeting with him again on the day of the invasion, I don't know if he knew that he was born for this, but it was clear I was in the presence of something, again it was reflective of so many Ukrainians, that was new, that was new to the modern world in terms of courage and dignity and love...
    His father Jon Bon Jovi, 59, is one of the most iconic rock stars of all time, having released 15 studio albums with his band Bon Jovi, as well as two albums of his own. And Jesse Bongiovi, 26, joked to Daily Mail Australia this week about 'bullying' him into joining TikTok for their Hampton Water rosé brand, which has just launched in Australia.  In the wide-ranging interview, Jesse also revealed the best piece of advice Jon has ever given him and how his zest for life has rubbed off on him.   EXCLUSIVE: Jon Bon Jovi's son Jesse (pictured together) joked about 'bullying' his rock star dad into TikTok in an interview with Daily Mail Australia this week - as they launch their own rosé brand, Hampton Water, in Australia 'I have bullied him into being in a few of them. He's rarely amused. He's rarely amused,' Jesse said with a laugh on starring with his dad on TikTok. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Nicole Kidman playfully flirts with Jimmy Fallon during an... My, how they've...
    Vice President Kamala Harris slammed the 'racist' defense of Ahmaud Arbery's killers after all three men were found guilty of murder on Wednesday.  All three defendants in the Ahmaud Arbery trial were found guilty of murdering the black jogger in February 2020 on Wednesday, prompting celebrations in the streets of Georgia.  'These verdicts send an important message, but the fact remains that we still have work to do,' the vice president said.  'The defense counsel chose to set a tone that cast the attendance of ministers at the trial as intimidation and dehumanized a young Black man with racist tropes. The jury arrived at its verdicts despite these tactics.' She said after the verdict: 'Still, we feel the weight of grief. Ahmaud Arbery should be alive, and nothing can take away the pain that his mother Wanda Cooper-Jones, his father Marcus Arbery, and the entire Arbery family and community feel today. I share in that pain.' Meanwhile, President Biden said the Ahmaud Arbery killing was a 'devastating reminder' of racial injustice in the US, but that the guilty verdict shows the 'justice...
    'You reap what you sow. I will see you in hell.' That was the chilling message a Texas man left on his ex-girlfriend's phone before he killed her, their unborn child and her new boyfriend with his propane-filled pickup truck. David Joshua Reed, 41, last week pleaded guilty to murdering his former partner Shelby Duarte, 23, and her boyfriend Timothy Nelson, 43, in Lindale, TX in December, and was handed two life sentences on Monday. Reed admitted to ramming his pickup truck filled with propane tanks into his former lover's RV trailer after she told him she was pregnant with their unborn child but intended to stay with her new boyfriend Nelson. His trial for murder was initially slated to start on Monday, but Reed confessed to the murders and put in a guilty plea bargain on Friday last week. Joseph Eisenhower, the brother of Shelby Duerte, was almost escorted from the courtroom after screaming that Reed should have received the death penalty. 'David, you're a coward and you don't deserve a plea bargain. You deserve everything that is coming...
    President Joe Biden will welcome Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to the White House on Wednesday after their meeting was pushed back as Biden grappled with dueling crises in the Kabul airport suicide attack that killed 13 US servicemembers and the devastating toll of Hurricane Ida.  'The message behind our visit is clear: the United States' commitment to Ukraine sovereignty, territorial integrity, and Euro-Atlantic aspirations,' senior administration officials said.   It will be Zelensky's first time at the White House, but shadow of Biden's predecessor will loom over the meeting.  Two years ago former President Trump dangled a possible White House meeting over Zelensky's head but pressured him to announce an investigation into then-candidate Biden and his son Hunter. Trump had suggested Zelensky look into Hunter Biden's time on the board of Ukrainian energy company Burisma.  When he was vice president Biden leveraged $1 billion in aid over the Eastern European country in a international bid to oust a federal prosecutor who failed to go after corruption among Ukraine's top politicians. Trump claimed it was because the prosecutor was looking into Burisma. ...
    New Balance and Jaden Smith’s Latest Collaboration Looks Straight Out of the ’70s Jets sign Elijah Moore, leaving Zach Wilson as team’s only unsigned draft choice Singer/songwriter Dusty Black likes to consider himself a pretty tough guy. But even he admits he can't get through his new song "Somebody's Mama" without shedding some tears. Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad "It's hard to perform that sucker on stage," the father of two little girls admits during a recent interview with PEOPLE of the song that was first introduced to him by country artist Colt Ford. "Every time I play it, I have to warn the crowd that I might get 'choked up a little bit up here.'" Black laughs, but he isn't kidding. Premiering exclusively on PEOPLE, "Somebody's Mama" featuring Gary LeVox serves up a heartfelt cup of sentimentality, telling the story from a father's point of view of watching daughters turn into grown women who turn into the loves of someone else's life. And it's a song that hit Black smack dab in the...
    A Washington state doctor has been charged with a plan to hire hitmen through the dark web to abduct and extort his estranged wife and maim a former employee. The allegations have been brought against Dr. Ronald Ilg, a neonatologist from Spokane, and involve a polyamorous relationship, bitcoin payments to potential contract killers, chilling text messages and an attempted suicide.  He has been charged with attempted kidnapping, a federal offence that carries a 20-year prison term, after the FBI were tipped off by his wife, who herself was informed by a group unnamed international journalists investigating the so-called 'dark web'. The unnamed woman gave the FBI text messages in which she is shown accusing Ilg of trying to hire someone to carry out a seven-day kidnapping - with a set of harrowing instructions - before he left for a trip to Mexico last weekend.  According to posts made to the dark web found by investigators, the criminal-for-hire was to take the woman and meet several 'goals' in order to receive bonus payments from - it is alleged - the Spokane doctor, who...
    Sisters who stabbed their father to death in Russia are now facing a new investigation over whether they lied about killing him in self-defence. A Russian court has ordered prosecutors to examine claims that Mikhail Khachaturyan, 57, subjected daughters Krestina, Angelina and Maria to years of physical and sexual abuse before they stabbed him to death in 2018. It comes after Mikhail's relatives accused the trio of inventing stories of abuse in a bid to avoid jail, claiming they slaughtered their father in cold blood to inherit his money and property. The ruling is a blow to efforts by Krestina and Angelina, who were aged 19 and 18 when their father was killed, to avoid a murder charge and possibly 20 years in jail. A judge in Russia has ordered prosecutors to investigate whether Mikhail Khachaturyan (left), who was stabbed and beaten to death by his daughters in 2018, sexually abused sisters Krestina (center) and Angelina (right) before they killed him Maria has already been told she will not face the charge and will instead be sent to...
    Biden inherits a widening gap in American education. It could affect economic growth. As Donald Trump ignores deepening coronavirus crisis, Joe Biden calls for urgent response American boxer Terence Crawford thumped Kell Brook into the ropes, then used him as target practice to finish their fight © Photo by Mikey Williams/Top Rank via Getty Images Terence Crawford beats Kell Brook. Photo by Mikey Williams/Top Rank via Getty Images Terence Crawford sent Kell Brook flying across the ring and into the ropes, with a short-range but powerful right hand. Sensing the finish, Crawford then tried to scramble Brook's brain with a succession of powerful punches. Inside the behind-closed-doors bout at the MGM Grand Conference Center in Las Vegas, Crawford finished Brook in the fourth. Watch the knockout right here. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. American boxer Terence Crawford thumped Kell Brook into the ropes and used him as target practice to finish their welterweight fight. ESPN+ Fantasy Tools: Play Like an Expert, Even If You Aren’t SIGN UP NOW Ad ESPN+ The WBO championship bout took place...
    Legal limbo: Hundreds of Louisville protesters still waiting to learn their fate months after arrest The best hole-in-the-wall diner in every state No One Wanted Mookie Betts on Their Little League Team So His Mom Turned Him Into a One-Man Wrecking Crew Mookie Betts is a live wire, the most electric player in the World Series and perhaps in all of baseball. Just a few days ago, an exuberance blogger with access to the CMS posited that he replicates the experience of falling in love with the artistry of Willie Mays, Mickey Mantle or Joe DiMaggio for generations who missed out on that magic. It continues to be abjectly insane that the Boston Red Sox watched all he can do on a daily basis and passed on the opportunity to use him for the purpose of winning games. © Provided by The Big Lead Rob Carr/Getty Images There's really no point in piling on now, though considering how Babe Ruth zingers are still flying they shouldn't hold their breath. But Sox brass can find company in the misery...
    A five-year-old boy was caught on camera valiantly protecting his mom when gunshots when off and several armed men broke into their home.  Dramatic surveillance video of the home invasion, which happened September 30 at 10.30am, shows the moment when four men - at least three of them with guns - burst through the door of Tamika Reid's home in South Bend, Indiana. Police told WNDU that the gunmen had knocked on the door and that a child inside the home answered the door.   Four gunmen burst into the Indiana home of Tamika Reid (right), while she was there with her kids during a morning home invasion on September 30 As the gunmen forced Tamika into another room, her five-year-old son, David (front center), can be seen throwing toys at one of the gunmen RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next High School football coach gunned down in front of youth... 'The left has gotten out of hand': Mom of Navy vet, 49, shot... Share this article Share In the video, Tamika...
    A mother has died while unsuccessfully trying to save her autistic son during a house fire in California.  Feda Almaliti, 43, escaped the blaze which broke out inside her Fremont home shortly after 2 am on Saturday morning.  Feda's sister and niece also managed to safely evacuate the residence - but the mom decided to head back inside after realizing her 15-year-old son, Muhammad, was not with them.   In a statement, obtained by Mercury News, the Fremont Fire Department claimed that Feda 'bravely re-entered the residence in an attempt to rescue him as flames and heavy smoke rapidly advanced from the first floor to the second floor'. Feda Almaliti, 43, died while unsuccessfully trying to save her autistic son, Muhammad, 15,  during a house fire in California on Tuesday morning  Feda rushed back into the burning home to try and rescue Muhammad from the second floor.  Smoke is shown billowing out from the Fremont, California home Flame are seen pouring out the top of the Fremont home on Tuesday morning  Firefighters promptly arrived on the scene, and 'began an aggressive...
    Holocaust survivors have recalled how Nazi officers would select which children to experiment on by asking which one of them wanted to visit their mothers and choosing whoever stepped forward.  Italian-born Andrea and Tatiana Bucci were deported with their family in 1944, they were incarcerated Risiera di San Sabba, an Italian transit camp for Jews before being sent Auschwitz in Nazi-occupied Poland. Appearing in Netflix documentary 'Anne Frank - Parallel Stories', the sisters told how after being mistakenly labelled as triplets with their cousin Sergio, they were approached by a man who they thought was Josef Mengele, also known as 'Dr Death'.  Mengele was responsible for the camp's children, often carrying out experiments on twins, and Andrea told how he would trick children into volunteering to take part in trials on 'tuberculosis and lymph glands'.  Italian-born Andrea Bucci was incarcerated Risiera di San Sabba, an Italian transit camp for Jews before being sent Auschwitz in Nazi-occupied Poland She and sister Tatiana were mistakenly labelled as triplets with their cousin Sergio (all pictured as children) HORRIFIC EXPERIMENTS OF THE NAZI 'ANGEL OF DEATH'...
    A JEALOUS boyfriend killed his heavily pregnant ex and their unborn son in a knife attack after she left him for another man, a court heard today. Aaron McKenzie, 26, is accused of murdering Kelly-Mary Fauvrelle in a "vicious and cowardly" attack after breaking into her home and stabbing her 21 times. 5Kelly-Mary Fauvrelle was allegedly stabbed to death while heavily pregnant by her ex-boyfriendCredit: Jamie Lorriman 5Kelly-Mary Fauvrelle with her baby nephew 5An ultrasound image of Ms Fauvrelle's unborn son Riley Ms Fauvrelle, also 26, was 33 weeks pregnant when she was allegedly attacked in the bedroom of her home in Thornton Heath, South London on June 29, last year. The couple's unborn son Riley was delivered by cesarean at the house and rushed to hospital - but the baby suffered severe brain damage and died four days later, jurors were told. McKenzie and Ms Fauvrelle for several years until early 2019, when she dumped him and began a relationship with another man. McKenzie allegedly crept into her bedroom on the ground floor, which backed onto the garden, and...
    Getty Jeff Thomas If you’ve read or seen any coverage on New England Patriots undrafted free agent wide receiver Jeff Thomas, you’ve probably caught wind of the proverbial “talented but troubled” tag he’s been labeled with after a tumultuous time with Miami. However, a recent report and deeper dive into Thomas’ background reveal a much more complex and successful person than the initial evaluations have suggested. Follow the Heavy on Patriots Facebook page for the latest breaking news, rumors, and content! Though he was unable to reach Thomas directly, USA Today’s Henry McKenna talked to a variety of people in the rookie’s life and came away with a different side of the receiver that is worth exploring. VideoVideo related to udfa wr possibly mislabeled heading into nfl draft: report2020-06-26T21:52:34-04:00 “I feel like a lot of people, just from hearing his background, look at him wrong,” said Lamontre Harvey, one of Thomas’ close friends and a high school football teammate. “A lot of people doubted [him], but since kindergarten, we always said that he’d make it to the pros....
    Part 3 in a series on the Mets’ top prospects. The Mets used the early rounds of last year’s draft to bring much-needed pitching talent into the organization. At the top of that list was right-hander Matthew Allan, a projected top-15 pick who slid down in the draft because of concerns over whether he would sign. The Mets snatched Allan (who had contemplated accepting a scholarship to the University of Florida) in the third round and gave him an over-slot $2.5 million signing bonus, part of a strategy in which the organization subsequently selected college seniors with little negotiating leverage to balance the bonus pool allotment. Allan’s very early returns were positive. In five appearances last season in the Rookie Gulf Coast League, he pitched to a 1.08 ERA and 1.080 WHIP. The Mets promoted him to Brooklyn during the Cyclones’ playoff run at the end of last season, and he allowed two runs in a two-inning appearance. In the playoffs, he fired five shutout innings over two relief appearances to help Brooklyn win the New York-Penn League championship. “We...
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