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    A 14-year-old boy has been apprehended for starting a car fire in Fairfield County with stolen fireworks. The fire took place in Stamford on Sunday, June 5, in the parking lot of 587 Elm St. According to Sgt. Sean Scanlan, of the Stamford Police, firefighters responded to the scene and found a 2008 Honda SUV on fire. After the fire was extinguished and investigators began looking into the cause of the blaze. As the investigation unfolded, it was learned a group of teenagers went into Grade A Market on Shippan Avenue and stole miscellaneous fireworks, Scanlan said. They then went across the street to the parking lot at 587 Elm St and began to light them off. One of the males in the group put a large fountain-type firework on the seat of the Honda SUV igniting the car on fire, he added. On Monday, Aug. 29, the 14-year-old was served with a warrant for second-degree arson and larceny, police said. The teen was remanded to the custody of the Juvenile Detention Center in Bridgeport CT.
    A filming driver has captured the moment two shoppers held their ground in a battle for a shopping center parking spot. We see a sedan partially backed into a parking space while an SUV sits inches from the car’s front. 2SUV blocking sedan from readjusting within their parking spaceCredit: TikTok/justcoolinusa The sedan needs to drive forward so it can readjust — but the SUV remains determined to block the other car’s ability to secure the spot. Tired of waiting, the sedan’s driver exits her vehicle and walks into a store. While the woman’s shopping in a store, the SUV continues to block the sedan in by holding its position. This TikTok’s creator notes that a driver parked next to the sedan left while the woman was shopping. READ MORE ON ROAD INCIDENTSSWIPE LEFT Watch the moment a party bus sideswipes multiple cars on a city streetBAD LAMBO Watch the moment Bad Bunny's $3.3M Bugatti is hit by impatient $225K Lamborghini An open adjacent space means that the sedan’s owner has more room to readjust her parking....
    A filming SUV driver captured the moment a woman angrily confronted him over a bizarre parking conflict. We see the video’s woman screaming: “I can’t open my fu**ing car, my daughter has to get in. 2Driver yelling at man for parking SUV [left] too close when her sedan [right] is parked over the space’s linesCredit: TikTok / pftmemesz “He won’t move his car!” As the SUV driver gets berated, we see that the complaining woman’s maroon sedan is parked over her space line. The filming driver asks the mother’s daughter: “Does she do this a lot? “Is she ok?” READ MORE ON ROAD INCIDENTSGOING OVERBOARD Driver turning truck into improvised boat has everyone saying same thingNO RETURNS Watch as Toyota ‘bursts into flames’ 12 hours after four-month long repairs The mother’s daughter responds: “She’s fine; that car is parked too close to her car.” Dumbfounded by the confrontation, this TikTok creator asks the two women “just for fun” to look at their parking space lines. While visually explaining that the maroon sedan is parked incorrectly, the...
    A filming bystander captured the moment a Bentley driver became an instant karma victim after parking over her space’s line. We see the Bentley owner stand behind her gray sedan, unable to enter her driver-side door due to an adjacently-parked SUV. 2Bentley parked over line in lotCredit: TikTok/bountybyobservation The woman’s decision to park over her space’s lines resulted in her not having enough room to enter her driver-side. We can see that the SUV parked next to the Bentley tried to give the car space by crossing its far-left parking line. We hear a spectating woman express her disapproval of the SUV’s parking job by saying: “I don’t know whose truck that is, and they’re stupid.” “How can you even get in?” The other side of this woman’s Bentley contains a lot of space due to her left-leaning parking job — but the driver continues to stand around looking an answer. READ MORE ON ROAD INCIDENTSWHY BOTHER Watch as car brings traffic to a swift halt trying to go left outside turn laneGO FOR IT Watch as...
    TUSCOLA COUNTY, Michigan (WNEM) — Michigan State Police are investigating a deadly crash involving a pedestrian in the parking lot of a local church. Police say an 82-year-old Cass City man was leaving a parking space in the parking lot of Our Lady Consolata Parish Church in Gagetown about 9:50 p.m. on July 5 when he struck and killed his 80-year-old wife with his 2021 Ford Explorer. READ MORE: Grand Rapids Man Sentenced To Prison For Credit Union RobberyWitnesses told investigators the couple had been volunteering at a food drive at the church prior to the incident and the victim was carrying a bag of trash to another trash bin located in the parking lot. READ MORE: Pedestrian Seriously Injured After Being Struck By Car Near Ann ArborPolice say drugs or alcohol are not believed to be a factor in this crash, which remains under investigation. MORE NEWS: Michigan GOP Gubernatorial Hopeful Ryan Kelley Pleads Not Guilty To Charges Related To January 6 RiotThe-CNN-Wire™ & © 2022 Cable News Network, Inc., a WarnerMedia Company. All rights reserved.
    A woman suffered severe leg trauma when an SUV driven by an elderly motorist slammed into a minivan that then pinned her against a guardrail in a Route 17 supermarket parking lot, witnesses said. The SUV then continued on and smashed into the guardrail itself in the H Mart parking lot in Paramus on the southbound highway around 10 p.m. Sunday, they said. Further details were immediately scarce. An ambulance took the victim to a nearby hospital. Meanwhile, a police officer put the elderly motorist into the back of his patrol car. "He was pretty old," a witness told Daily Voice. Both vehicles had to be towed. CHECK BACK FOR MORE DETAILS
    Originally published June 10, 2022 MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A 17-year-old from Minneapolis will stand trial as an adult in a pair of carjackings that happened in December 2021 in Edina and St. Louis Park. Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman says that the teen faces five counts of first-degree aggravated robbery. According to the court records, on Dec. 9 around 3:15 p.m., St. Louis Park police responded to a grocery store parking lot after learning of a robbery. A man told officers that he was in his SUV when the two teenagers tried to pull him out. The man says the two teenagers repeatedly punched him while threatening him with a drill, pretending it was a gun, said the petition. The man suffered multiple injuries. The teenagers then fled the scene in a stolen white SUV. Soon after the incident, the white SUV went to an Edina grocery store around 5 p.m. The SUV pulled into a parking spot next to a woman who was sitting in her car and the teenagers entered the woman’s passenger’s side doors, said the petition. According to the petition,...
    An NBC Connecticut investigative reporter hit by an SUV in a parking lot said he is getting better little by little. Well known to viewers across the region, reporter Len Besthoff was hit by an SUV in West Hartford while walking in the NBC Connecticut parking lot on Wednesday, May 4. West Hartford police say Besthoff was taken to the hospital complaining of neck and shoulder pain after being hit by a Nissan Rogue SUV driven by New Haven County resident Gregory Massa, age 36, of Meriden.  Besthoff said he hopes to be back to work soon. "Still recovering," Besthoff said on Tuesday, May 17. "It is slow and day by day. I am hoping to be back at work soon." Besthoff has worked for NBC Connecticut since Oct. 2013.
    New York (CNN)Up to a quarter million Ford Explorers are being recalled due to a mechanical problem that can cause the SUV to roll away while it's parked, according to documents from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Ford just reported a $3.1 billion loss. Blame Rivian The document said a bolt in the rear axle mounting could fracture and cause the driveshaft to disconnect, increasing the risk of the vehicle accidentally rolling away while parked when the parking brake is not on. Affected vehicles include various 2020-2022 Explorer models, including the Explorer Hybrid and Explorer Plug-In Hybrid. Some 2020-2021 Explorer Police Interceptor SUV and hybrid models are also affected by the recall. The NHTSA said dealers will replace any necessary parts or update the electronic parking brake software free of charge. Owners are expected to be notified through the mail beginning on June 6.Read MoreFord did not immediately respond for a request for comment.
    The Utah man accused of killing his wife by running her over in an airport parking garage while intoxicated will remain jailed after a judge denied his request for bail. Shawn Christopher Sturgeon, of Taylorsville, was charged with manslaughter, automobile homicide and domestic violence in the presence of a child after he allegedly killed his wife, Charlotte, following an argument on April 4.  Sturgeon, 38, reportedly had a blood-alcohol level three times the state's legal limit of 0.05 when he abruptly accelerated the family SUV and struck Charlotte, causing her to lose her balance. Witnesses said she was 'yelling and screaming' and her legs were seen 'flailing about' as he continued to reverse. After he mowed her down, Sturgeon allegedly ordered Charlotte, 29, into the car so he could drive her to the hospital, where she later died from her injuries. In a brief hearing Monday, a judge denied the defense's request for Sturgeon to be released after he had previously been held without bond, KJZZ reported. The judge's reasoning for denying bail was not immediately clear. Shawn Christopher Sturgeon,...
    BARNUM, Minn. (WCCO) — Sunday brunch at the Lazy Bear Grill was interrupted this weekend when a driver hit the restaurant and damaged two cars in the parking lot, authorities say. No one was injured in the incident, which occurred around 10:45 a.m., according to the Carlton County Sheriff’s Office. A driver in an SUV was turning into the Lazy Bear’s parking lot when, authorities said, she “experienced mechanical issues with the accelerator and steering control.” (credit: Carlton County Sheriff’s Office) The SUV struck an occupied vehicle, causing that car to hit another, unoccupied car. The SUV then hit the corner of the Lazy Bear. The sheriff’s office said there will be no criminal charges against the driver.
    Police are searching for a man and woman accused of stealing an SUV that was left running in a Connecticut store parking lot. A silver Honda CRV was stolen from a Home Depot parking lot in Hartford County at about 6:15 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 2, according to the Glastonbury Police Department. The owner took the key with them in the store but left the Honda running, police said. "The pictured couple below was observed walking around the parking lot looking into cars when they found the running CRV and simply got inside and drove off," police said. Authorities added that some vehicles can be driven unlimited distances without the key fob if the engine is running. Police said people should always turn their vehicle off and lock it when leaving it unattended. Authorities asked anyone with information about the suspects or case to call Officer Ingham at 860-633-8301.
    US Capitol Police arrest a suspect who parked a vehicle outside Supreme Court in Washington, DC, on October 5, 2021. - Police identified the man as Dale Paul Melvin, 55, of Kimball, Michigan.Jim Watson | AFP | Getty Images The Michigan man who was arrested last year after illegally parking his SUV in front of the Supreme Court returned to the same spot in the same vehicle, police said Thursday. The man, 55-year-old Dale Paul Melvin, has "parked his Chevy Tahoe in front of the Court again," U.S. Capitol Police said in a tweet at 9:46 a.m. ET. "Our investigators are talking to him now," USCP tweeted at that time, noting that they had closed off the area to pedestrians "out of an abundance of caution." About 15 minutes later, police said in a follow-up tweet: "The roads are now open." This is developing news. Please check back for updates.TVWATCH LIVEWATCH IN THE APPUP NEXT | ETListen
    A 59-year-old woman died after being intentionally struck and killed by a car driven by her husband in a bank parking lot in Maryland, authorities said. Alka Himanshu Tanna of Silver Spring, left the Capital One bank on New Hampshire Avenue around noon on Jan. 14, Montgomery County police said. As she tried to cross the parking lot, a white Lexus SUV, driven by her husband, 59-year-old Himanshu Maganlal Tanna, accelerated and struck her several times with his car, police said. He then collided with a lamppost, disabling the SUV. When Montgomery County Police officers arrived, Mr. Tanna was taken into custody without incident. Major Crimes Detectives responded to the location and transported suspect Tanna to police headquarters, where he provided a statement to detectives. Himanshu Maganlal Tanna has been charged with First Degree Murder and has been transported to the Central Processing Unit, where he is being held without bond. This is an active and ongoing investigation.
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Three teenagers have been charged Monday in connection to two carjackings in Edina and St. Louis Park. The Hennepin County Attorney’s Office says a 16-year-old boy and a 17-year-old boy, both from Minneapolis, face five counts of first-degree aggravated robbery charges for their involvement in separate, but related carjackings in Edina and St. Louis Park on Dec. 9. READ MORE: 'It's Going To Be Hard': Minnesota Family Grieving The Loss Of HusbandAnother 16-year-old boy from Minneapolis has been charged with two counts of first-degree aggravated robbery for his participation in the St. Louis Park incident, said the release. WCCO does not typically identify juveniles charged with crimes. The state has filed a motion on both former juveniles, requesting that they be certified to stand trial as adults. According to the petitions, on Dec. 9 around 3:15 p.m., St. Louis Park police responded to a grocery store parking lot after learning of a robbery. A man told officers that he was in his SUV when the two teenagers tried to pull him out. The man says the two teenagers repeatedly...
    A Lancaster County man died in a crash on Sunday morning, WGAL News 8 reports citing police. East Earl Township police and the Lancaster County Coroner's office had not returned Daily Voice's requests for info placed Monday. Terry Burholder, 79, was driving his 2010 Lexus SUV on east Division Highway in East Earl Township on Sunday around 10:30 a.m. when the crash occurred, according to LancasterOnline. Burholder went through a red light and into a restaurant parking lot, striking a curb and an ice machine before continuing across the parking lot, the outlet said citing police. He hit a shed, becoming airborne— crashing into a creek, according to the police statement to LNP. Burkholder’s SUV then slammed into a cement wall at an automotive shop, with the rear of the vehicle still in the stream, LancasterOnline reported the police statement said. The car then reportedly went up in flames. Click here for more from WGAL and here for more from LNP.
    An investigation is underway after a woman was struck and killed by a compact SUV at a Long Island parking lot. The incident happened around 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 13 in Deer Park. Anita Levitt, age 80, of Deer Park, was parked in a handicapped parking space in front of 1944 Deer Park Ave. when she lost control of her 2020 Toyota Rav4, hopped two curbs and entered the rear parking lot of 1948 Deer Park Ave., Suffolk County Police said. She then struck Mary Ferrara, 85, of Deer Park, who was standing outside her 2010 Ford Fusion, according to police.  The Toyota continued through the parking lot, hopped another curb, and drove through bushes before stopping in the parking lot of 1960 Deer Park Ave., said police. Ferrara was transported to Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center where she died from her injuries. Levitt did not require medical attention.
    MILLBRAE (CBS SF) – A man accused of running over a woman in a Millbrae parking lot last month is now facing a murder charge after the victim died, deputies said. According to the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office, the victim succumbed to her injuries Wednesday morning. Deputies said an attempted murder charge against the suspect, identified as 23-year-old Garrett Young, will be escalated to murder. READ MORE: Southern California Oil Spill: Ship Anchored At Port of Oakland InvestigatedAround 12:20 a.m. on September 20, a San Mateo County Sheriff’s deputy conducting a business check found the woman lying face down in the lot of the Starbucks on the 500 block of Broadway. Deputies said the woman was unresponsive and had suffered major injuries. She was then transferred to San Francisco General Hospital for treatment. During the investigation, deputies obtained surveillance video, which showed the woman being struck by a gray BMV SUV several times, at a high rate of speed. READ MORE: New Device Gathers Clean Drinking Water from AtmosphereAnother deputy searching the area found the SUV in front of...
    MILLBRAE (CBS SF) – A man accused of running over a woman in a Millbrae parking lot last month is now facing a murder charge after the victim died, deputies said. According to the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office, the victim succumbed to her injuries Wednesday morning. Deputies said an attempted murder charge against the suspect, identified as 23-year-old Garrett Young, will be escalated to murder. READ MORE: Southern California Oil Spill: Ship Anchored At Port of Oakland InvestigatedAround 12:20 a.m. on September 20, a San Mateo County Sheriff’s deputy conducting a business check found the woman lying face down in the lot of the Starbucks on the 500 block of Broadway. Deputies said the woman was unresponsive and had suffered major injuries. She was then transferred to San Francisco General Hospital for treatment. During the investigation, deputies obtained surveillance video, which showed the woman being struck by a gray BMV SUV several times, at a high rate of speed. READ MORE: San Francisco to Change Towing Policies Following Lawsuit by Homeless AdvocatesAnother deputy searching the area found the SUV...
    A 12-year-old boy from New Mexico was arrested after allegedly stealing an SUV and leading police on a high-speed chase that ended when he crashed head-on into a car carrying other kids. Doña Ana County deputies got multiple calls of a reckless driver in a blue-grey SUV that was chasing people off the road around noon on Sunday. Part of the pursuit happened in Las Cruces, about 46 miles north of El Paso, Texas.  At some point, the underage driver picked up three other kids in a parking lot, but he wouldn't stop for officers who flashed their lights at him to initiate a traffic stop. The intrepid child then hopped on the highway, leading officers through a maze of exit ramps, side streets and parking lots.
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Pennsylvania State Police are searching for a suspect who opened fire on an SUV on Interstate 95 on Sunday night. The ordeal ended at an IKEA in South Philadelphia. READ MORE: SEPTA Warns Of Delays Due To Shortage Of Bus Drivers The passenger in the SUV was shot in the chest and neck and is now hospitalized. READ MORE: Man Seriously Injured After Shot In Chest In Germantown, Philadelphia Police Say Police say 21-year-old Zion Blyden began shooting at the SUV on I-95 North in the Chester area and followed it all the way to IKEA before taking off. For a list of gun violence resources in Philadelphia, click here. MORE NEWS: 15-Year-Old Boy Fighting For Life After Double Shooting In North Philadelphia, Police Say  
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Pennsylvania State Police are searching for a suspect who opened fire on an SUV on Interstate-95 on Sunday night. The ordeal ended at an IKEA in South Philadelphia. READ MORE: Pedestrian Killed In Wilmington Crash, Police Say The passenger in the SUV was shot in the chest and neck and is now hospitalized. READ MORE: Former U.S. Attorney Bill McSwain Joins 2022 Race For Pennsylvania Governor Police say 21-year-old Zion Blyden began shooting at the SUV on I-95 North in the Chester area and followed it all the way to IKEA before taking off. For a list of gun violence resources in Philadelphia, click here. MORE NEWS: Pennsylvania State Corrections Officers Association Sues Wolf Administration Over Proposed COVID Vaccine Mandate  
    An investigation is underway after a body was found inside a parked compact SUV at a commuter parking lot in the region. Just before 7:15 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 28, there was a report of a strong odor emanating from a gray, Honda CR-V, bearing a California license plate, parked in the I-84 eastbound Exit 2 lot in Danbury, Connecticut State Police said.  Responding troopers located a woman inside of the CR-V, who was pronounced dead at the scene, state police said.  The woman was identified as Joanna Lynne Walker, age 71, of Rancho Murieta, California, state police said.  The incident remains under investigation.  Anyone with information or who noticed the vehicle within the last two weeks, beginning Friday, Aug. 13 is asked to contact Trooper Bret Pikul at 203-267-2200 or [email protected] All information can be submitted anonymously.  Check back to Daily Voice for updates.
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- A man set his SUV on fire outside the Chicago Theatre Tuesday night after an incident at a parking garage, police said.The man was trying to exit a parking garage and told a security officer that he did not have any money to pay for a parking ticket, police said.As the security officer stepped in front of the Cadillac SUV to manually lift the gate, police said the man drove through the gate. The security officer managed to escape being struck and had minor injuries.Police said the man then drove his SUV down State Street where he set it on fire and fled on foot.The man was taken into custody on the CTA Red Line platform and transported to a hospital for an evaluation, police said.
    Police arrested a couple for allegedly leaving their baby in a hot vehicle while they went shopping at a Long Island mall. The man and woman were charged with reckless endangerment and endangering the welfare of a child around 2:30 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 17 at the Americana Manhasset Mall, police said. According to Nassau County Police detectives, Jingcai Zhou, age 34, and Lu Lu, age 28,  from Flushing, Queens, parked their 2019 Mercedes Benz in a parking lot located at 2046 Northern Blvd.  The couple’s 1-year-old boy was sleeping in a rear child seat when the parents left him to enter a building in the vicinity of the parking lot.  Temperatures in the area at the time were in the low 80s. A woman noticed the infant was alone, crying and sweating. She was unable to open the door and notified the police.   A man, who also saw the baby, attempted to use a lock-out kit to gain entry but was unsuccessful.   Responding officers located the vehicle which was not running and observed the child in distress.   Officers broke a window...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — A man set an SUV on fire Tuesday night in front of The Chicago Theatre in the Loop. Police said a 20-year-old man wanted to leave a nearby parking garage around 11 p.m., but told the security officer he didn’t have money to pay for the parking fee. READ MORE: 1 Killed, 1 Wounded In Dan Ryan Expressway Shooting; 2 In Custody After Chase When the officer went to lift the gate, the man floored it and just missed hitting the officer. READ MORE: She Loved This City: Fallen Officer Ella Frenchs Brother, Critically Wounded Officer Carlos Yanezs Father Share Pain At Vigil That’s when the man drove to State and Lake streets, and set the Cadillac SUV on fire. He ran away, but police found him and arrested him on a nearby CTA Red Line platform. MORE NEWS: Chicago Weather: Foggy Start To Day, Isolated Showers And Storms Possible This Afternoon Police said the man was taken to a hospital for evaluation.
    SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- Someone apparently intentionally torched the cars sitting in a family's front yard in San Jose.Surveillance video shows the fire as it quickly spread from one vehicle to another.RELATED: Car destroyed in series of brush fires along Interstate 280 in San JoseIt happened just after 3 a.m. Monday on O'hara Court.In the background you can see someone running from the scene carrying something as the flames shoot up into the air.Earlier today the victim's granddaughter, Vicky, spoke to ABC7 News anchor Dion Lim."I want this awareness to go out that this is happening and this is not okay," Vicky said. "We aren't looking for a GoFundMe, we don't want that. We want to find this person and get justice served."All three vehicles were destroyed in the fire.The San Jose Fire Department is handling the investigation.VIDEO: At least 8 vehicles damaged after SUV bursts into flames in SFO parking garageEMBED More News Videos At least eight vehicles were damaged after an SUV caught fire inside a parking garage at the San Francisco International Airport on Tuesday.
    THIS is the hilarious moment a group of girls had to PICK UP and move a poorly parked car in order to fit their SUV next to it. The five girls who were at a bachelorette party in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho were struggling to find a parking spot, and when eventually found one they couldn't fit as it was next to a badly parked car. 3The group of girls had to pick up the car and move itCredit: Viral Press 3They moved the car so they could fit their SUV next to itCredit: Viral Press But the group was determined not to let the only available parking space they found so they decided to straighten the crooked car. Footage shows the group in stitches while physically moving the car in order to make some space and be able to fit their SUV next to it. The five girls pushed the backside of the car, straightening it so it is parked between the lines, allowing them to park in the empty spot next to it. ''Oh My God, they did...
    RICHMOND (CBS SF) — A driver inadvertently hit the gas Wednesday morning in a Richmond parking garage, careening down to the floor below and somehow managing to wedge her SUV between two parked cars, police said. The maneuver didn’t seriously injure the driver or any bystanders at the Kaiser Permanente Richmond Medical Center parking garage, according to Richmond police. SUV crashes onto Parked cars in Richmond Kaiser Garage. (Richmond Police Photo) The driver had accidentally put the SUV in drive instead of reverse, propelling the vehicle from the fifth to fourth level. The SUV ended up tilted on two wheels and partly resting on a sedan, seemingly double- or triple-parked between two cars, police said on social media. © Copyright 2021 CBS Broadcasting Inc. and Bay City News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed
    An alert has been issued by police on Long Island as they seek the public’s assistance in identifying and locating a pair of suspects who allegedly stole an SUV from the parking lot of a fast-food restaurant last month. The man and woman are wanted by Suffolk County Crime Stoppers after they allegedly stole a 2014 Chevrolet Traverse from the Chick-fil-A parking lot on Broadhollow Road in Farmingdale at 6:55 p.m. on Friday, May 28. In the photos, the woman can be seen wearing a dark-colored Marvel sweatshirt and dark pants, while the man is wearing a red hooded sweatshirt and red shorts (see above). No other descriptive information was provided by investigators. Anyone with information regarding the suspects has been asked to contact Suffolk County Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-220-TIPS or submitting an anonymous tip online.
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- At least eight vehicles were damaged after an SUV caught fire inside a parking garage at the San Francisco International Airport on Tuesday.It happened on the fourth floor of the domestic parking garage near terminal one just after 6 a.m.The driver of the SUV was inside the vehicle when it burst into flames but was able to get out. The extent of their injuries is unknown at this time but they were treated on the scene.Officials say they don't know what caused the fire but say it is not suspicious.
    A California elementary school teacher and her mother died over the weekend after their SUV plunged over a coastal cliff along the Pacific Ocean, a report said. Elizabeth Correia, 41, and her mother, 64-year-old Maria Teixeira, were inside a Toyota Rav4 on Saturday when it hit a log barrier in a parking lot at the Bodega Head Trail in Bodega Bay and fell nearly 100 feet onto a rocky beach, KPIX reported, citing authorities. Bodega Bay firefighters work to secure the scene of a crash after a vehicle plummeted from the Bodega Head parking lot.AP Correia, a first-grade teacher at Lydiksen Elementary School, and her mother, a lead custodian at Montevideo Elementary, died at the scene, the report said. Investigators are working to determine why the SUV drove over the cliff. Witnesses told police the vehicle did not appear to be driving erratically or speeding, and rode over the edge without stopping after entering the parking lot, the report said. Bodega Bay firefighters work to secure the scene of a crash after a vehicle plummeted from the Bodega Head parking...
    A California elementary school teacher and her mother died over the weekend after their SUV plunged over a coastal cliff along the Pacific Ocean, a report said. Elizabeth Correia, 41, and her mother, 64-year-old Maria Teixeira, were inside a Toyota Rav4 on Saturday when it hit a log barrier in a parking lot at the Bodega Head Trail in Bodega Bay and fell nearly 100 feet onto a rocky beach, KPIX reported, citing authorities. Bodega Bay firefighters work to secure the scene of a crash after a vehicle plummeted from the Bodega Head parking lot.AP Correia, a first-grade teacher at Lydiksen Elementary School, and her mother, a lead custodian at Montevideo Elementary, died at the scene, the report said. Investigators are working to determine why the SUV drove over the cliff. Witnesses told police the vehicle did not appear to be driving erratically or speeding, and rode over the edge without stopping after entering the parking lot, the report said. Bodega Bay firefighters work to secure the scene of a crash after a vehicle plummeted from the Bodega Head parking...
    BODEGA BAY (KPIX) — As dozens of stunned witnesses looked on, a gold Toyota SUV plunged over a scenic Pacific Ocean overlook near Bodega Bay Saturday, falling 70 feet to the rocks below, claiming the lives of the two women inside. Authorities said the crash took place just after 11:30 a.m. at a parking lot near the Bodega Trailhead. The beautiful holiday weekend weather had brought dozens of people to the popular spot. Crews from the Bodega Bay Fire Protection District, the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office including its Henry 1 helicopter and other neighboring agencies responded to the scene. But by the time, firefighters and a deputy were able to repel down the cliff and get to the vehicle, the two women had died. Their identities were not immediately released pending notification of next to kin. A Sonoma Coast park ranger told KPIX it was unclear if it was an accident or intentional. The incident was being investigated by the California Highway Patrol. Video from the scene showed no safety railings on the side of the parking lot facing...
    BODEGA BAY (KPIX) — Two women died Saturday after an SUV careened off a 120-foot cliff at Bodega Bay. The crash happened just after 11:30 a.m. at a parking lot near the Bodega Trailhead. A Sonoma Coast park ranger told KPIX it’s unclear if it was an accident or intentional. Video from the scene showed no safety railings on the side of the parking lot facing the cliff. Will be updated.
    DENVER (CBS4) — Police are searching for a white SUV in connection with a deadly shooting. Jesus Patron Espericueta was killed in the parking lot of a Denver apartment complex on Saturday, March 6. Jesus Espericueta (credit: Denver Police) Espericueta was with friends in the parking lot of the Redstone Ranch Apartments, located at 4775 Argonne Street in the Green Valley Ranch Area. Investigators believe the suspect was in a white 2012-2016 GMC Acadia, similar to the one below. (credit: Denver Police) Anyone with information regarding this homicide is asked to call Metro Denver Crime Stoppers. To be eligible for a reward and to remain anonymous, tipsters must call the tip line at (720) 913-7867.
    Q: The column urging SUV drivers to slow down was so timely. I was traveling south on Interstate 680 in Danville when not one, not two, but three SUVs blew by me at about 90 miles an hour. That was so frightening, but something I witness far too frequently. Mark Furlong Like Mr. Roadshow’s Facebook page for more questions and answers about Bay Area roads, freeways and commuting. A: I’m sure you do, and Consumer Reports concludes that many drivers don’t know to drive an SUV safely, but most probably think they do. Everyday maneuvers can be difficult, such as taking a turn too quickly. Drivers cannot operate an SUV like it is a four-door sedan but often try to, which is a common cause of rollovers, according to Consumer Reports. And if a speeding SUV hits a curb, pothole or dodges an animal, it can flip over too easily. Perhaps the most concerning statistic shows that 75% of all occupants killed in SUV rollovers were not wearing seatbelts. Far too many SUV drivers appear to think that bigger...
    TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Police in Tempe still are searching for the driver of an SUV that hit a sergeant while speeding away from a suspected street race. The incident occurred late Friday night while the sergeant and an officer were arresting a driver who had been doing burnouts. The policemen said they saw a group of cars similar to what is seen at illegal street races. The vehicles were backed into designated accessible parking spots, but didn’t have the required permits or placards. Police said an SUV did not have its headlights on and sped out of its parking space as the sergeant and officer approached the group. The sergeant reportedly was struck from behind by the SUV which was traveling at a high rate of speed. Police said the sergeant suffered non-life-threatening injuries and is expected to make a full recovery. They decided not to pursue the suspect vehicle based on public risk. Copyright 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Tags: Arizona, Associated Press
    BETHESDA, Md. (WJZ) — A dog inside an SUV stolen from a parking garage at a mall in Montgomery County has been returned to his family and the alleged vehicle thief has been arrested, the county’s police department said. According to police, surveillance video showed a man stealing the SUV, which was left running and unattended, from a parking garage at the Westfield Montgomery Mall in Bethesda on Tuesday night. The suspect, 24-year-old Malik Gillispie of Germantown, had reportedly been checking door handles of vehicles in the garage to see if any were unlocked. Joey the dog is reunited with his owners a day after a man stole the running SUV the dog was in at the time. Credit: Montgomery County Police On Wednesday afternoon, Gillispie took the dog named Joey to the Montgomery County Animal Services and Adoption Center, saying he was a stray. A worker recognized Joey from a social media post and noticed the vehicle Gillispie was driving matched the one that had been reported stolen, police said. Officers responded to the center and arrested Gillispie for...
    A Long Island woman is in critical condition after being hit by a vehicle while walking in a parking lot. The incident took place around noon on Monday, Dec. 28 in Plainview, said the Nassau County Police. According to detectives, a 63-year-old woman was walking in the parking lot of 401 South Oyster Bay Road when she was struck by an SUV.  The female was transported to an area hospital with serious head trauma and is currently in critical condition.  The operator of the SUV remained at the scene.  The investigation is ongoing.
    Loading the player... On Nov. 28, a woman in Sterling Heights, Michigan, was ambushed in her car by a gunman who targeted her as she departed her residence. Video footage from the home’s surveillance camera captured the encounter. As seen in the video, the woman was seen exiting a condo, walked out by another woman, and entering her SUV. As she backed out of the parking space, a pickup truck pulled out of a parking slot on the other side of the parking, intentionally blocking her path. A man then exited the driver’s seat, shooting at the woman as she pulled away. After shooting at the SUV a total of eight times, he got back into his pickup truck and pursued her. A screenshot of a Wyze Video Doorbell video captures the scene of a woman narrowly escaping an ambush shooting in her car in Sterling Heights, Michigan. The woman then returned to the condo in her car, parking it on the grass in front of the front door and ran back into the home with...
    A Rockland County couple escaped serious injury when their SUV barreled over an embankment and into a brook Saturday afternoon at a shopping center in Montvale. The husband, reportedly in his late 80s or early 90s, apparently hit the gas instead of the brake pulling into a handicapped parking space in the parking lot of the Fresh Market bordering St. Joseph Regional High School on Chestnut Ridge Road. That sent their Lincoln into a brook between the two properties, Police Chief Joseph Sanfilippo said. Both were taken to the Valley Hospital with minor injuries, the chief said. A tow truck removed the vehicle, he said. Police, firefighters and two Tri-Boro Ambulance Squad units responded, along with a Bergen County Hazardous Materials Unit because of a fuel spill into the brook. The state Department of Environmental also was notified.
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — An SUV ended up on top of a car in Philadelphia’s Hunting Park on Thursday. It happened around 12 p.m. in the parking lot of the Cousin’s Supermarket near North 5th and West Luzerne Streets. It’s unclear how the accident happened. There’s no word if there are any injuries. MORE ON CBSPHILLY.COM ‘Restrictions Are Temporary, But Death Is Permanent’: Philly’s COVID Cases Surge As New Restrictions Set To Take Effect COVID In New Jersey: Gov. Murphy Says State Will Continue To Allow Individual School Districts Decide What’s Best COVID In Pennsylvania: Health Officials Report Over 7,000 New COVID-19 Cases, Another Daily Record
    A nurse was robbed and assaulted in a parking lot as she was on her way to work. The incident took. place around 6:15 a.m., Wednesday, Nov. 11, in the parking area of Arden House at 850 Mix Avenue in Hamden, said Hamden Police Capt. Ronald Smith. According to Smith, an investigation revealed that a 63-year-old nurse arrived at work, parking her motor vehicle in the parking lot. A light-colored SUV, with “bright lights” was parked in the parking lot. As she was walking towards the building, a “young” black man, wearing dark-colored clothing and a ski mask, exited the SUV and approached her.  The man attempted to grab her purse. He then punched her in the chest and shoulder. Seconds later, two additional “young” black males exited the SUV and demanded her belongings, Smith said. The men were able to make off with her purse which contained $300 in cash and credit cards, he added. The men were last seen fleeing in the SUV, towards Mix Avenue. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Andrew Lipford of the Hamden Police Department Detective Division at (203)...
    BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — An arrest warrant has been issued for a Mandaree man wanted for a stabbing in Bismarck. The victim was stabbed several times in the head last Saturday in a Main Street parking lot, according to police. The 23-year-old suspect was involved in an altercation in a Bismarck, got into an SUV that tailgated another vehicle in the parking lot, sideswiped it and forced it into a shipping container, officials said. The suspect got out of the SUV and stabbed the victim with one of the wounds puncturing his skull, according to police. A woman also got out of the SUV and struck another woman in the other vehicle, the Bismarck Tribune r eported. Officers recovered a knife in the parking lot. Investigators said they identified the suspect through witness descriptions and from surveillance video in the bar. The suspect is wanted for attempted murder, according to the warrant. Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Tags: North Dakota, Associated Press
    A woman who was injured when a man trying to park his SUV accelerated and crashed into an outdoor dining area in Northern California has died, authorities said Tuesday. The woman died Monday in a hospital, San Jose police Sgt. Christian Camarillo said.  A law enforcement source said police pronounced the woman dead after determining on Monday that her brain activity had ceased, according to The Mercury News.  DailyMail.com has reached out to the Santa Clara County Medical Examiner-Coroner’s Office for information on the woman's identity. A spokesperson for the office said it was not ready to divulge the identity of the deceased woman as of Tuesday afternoon.  Good Samaritans tend to an injured woman who was struck by an SUV that plowed into an outdoor dining area at the Grand Century Shopping Mall in San Jose, California, on Sunday afternoon Some two dozen people were eating at an al fresco dining area that was servicing customers of the Dynasty Chinese seafood restaurant when the SUV plowed into them. Eight people suffered minor to severe injuries  One...
    SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — A woman who was injured when a man trying to park his SUV accelerated and crashed into an outdoor dining area in Northern California has died, authorities said Tuesday. The woman died Monday in a hospital, San Jose police Sgt. Christian Camarillo said. She and seven others were taken to the hospital after the crash Sunday at a parking lot of the Grand Century Mall in San Jose. The conditions of the other seven injured people were not immediately known. Officers initially said the 69-year-old driver may have been in medical distress prior to the crash. The man was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. A mile away and less than six hours later, a man was fatally injured Sunday near a food truck in a parking lot when a woman accidentally stepped on her pickup’s gas pedal instead of the brake. He also died Monday, Camarrillo said. Some restaurants have set up tents and tables in parking lots or closed off streets because of indoor dining restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic. Copyright...
    MANY, La. (AP) — The body of a woman last seen in mid September at a Walmart store was found Wednesday in a heavily wooded area in north Louisiana, authorities said. Sabine and Natchitoches Parish authorities said deputies found the body of Taylor Nichols, 27, shortly after 10 a.m. west of Highway 171 near where some of her belongings were found earlier this week, news outlets reported. Deputy Coroner Ron Rivers and the sheriff’s office both said foul play is not suspected. Rivers will send Nichols’ body for an autopsy to determine a cause of death. Nichols was last seen by family on Sept. 15. Three days later, her SUV was located in the Walmart parking lot. Sheriff’s detectives got Nichols’ cell phone records and found there had been no activity since Sept. 18. Video surveillance footage provided by Walmart showed Nichols parking her car around 7:30 p.m., go into the store for a short time, go back to her SUV then walk toward the parking lot's south exit. Personal items belonging to Nichols were found Monday, including shoes, a...
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