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    A Minnesota mother is suing Walmart after a fire in a parking lot burned her two daughters, killing one and permanently disfiguring the other. Essie McKenzie, 33, was shopping at the Walmart in Fridley, Minnesota, in 2019 when her daughters, Ty'rah, 6, and Taraji, 9, were caught in a fire after Roberto Hipolito left a hot camping stove inside his minivan besides the girls' car.  McKenzie is now seeking at least $75,000 in damages against Walmart, blaming the company for its 'well-known' policy of allowing people to camp out in their parking lots but not monitoring them to ensure the safety of others, KARE 11 reported.  'Walmart encouraged and permitted a dangerous condition on its property,' the lawsuit states. '[Walmart] escalated that danger by failing to provide staff to oversee the appropriate use of its parking lot as a campground.' Essie McKenzie, 33, is seeking at least $75,000 against Walmart, blaming the company for not monitoring campers in its parking lot after one left a hot cooking stove in his minivan, causing a fire that spread to her car, killing her sleeping...
    A Minnesota woman is suing Walmart over a parking lot fire in 2019 that led to the death of her 6-year-old daughter. Essie McKenzie reportedly blames Walmart's allowance of people to camp in its parking lots inside RVs and minivans for the fire that caused her daughter's death, according to the suit. She is seeking damages in excess of $75,000. By allowing this camping without proper supervision, permits, or sanitation, McKenzie said the company has fostered dangerous conditions on the store's grounds. She further alleges wrongful death in her suit. FROM WOKE TO WOKER: DISNEY CASTS DRAG QUEEN IN NEW MARVEL SERIES In August 2019, a California couple reportedly camped overnight in the lot, and at one point used a hotplate that would eventually catch fire. The fire set McKenzie's van ablaze, with her two sleeping children inside. At 7:15 a.m. the morning of Aug. 6, first responders arrived after a fire was reported. One of the affected vehicles was McKenzie's. According to her, the children were tired because they had woken up...
    SPRINGGETTSBURY TOWNSHIP, Pa. (CBS) — Pennsylvania State Police have issued an Amber Alert for a 2-year-old who was reportedly abducted in Springettsbury Township.  Mya Campbell was last seen wearing a pink, green, and yellow polka dot dress around 3:30 p.m. on Concord road. Police say Campbell is Black, 2-foot-4 inches tall, 25 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. Officials say she was reportedly abducted by Maria McKenzie, a 27-old-year-old white female. She’s 5-foot-6 inches tall, 100 pounds, with blonde hair and blue eyes. McKenzie was last seen wearing a brown jacket and driving a silver 2005 Suzuki XL7 with the Pennsylvania license plate: LXG5500. Anyone with information is asked to contact to contact the police.
    Getty Tavon Austin #7 of of the Jacksonville Jaguars warms up during the NFL London 2021 match between Miami Dolphins and Jacksonville Jaguars at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on October 17, 2021 in London, England. The Buffalo Bills added to their roster on Thursday, June 2, signing former Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Tavon Austin, as reported by NFL Network’s Mike Garafalo. Garafalo tweeted, “The #Bills are signing WR Tavon Austin, according to a source and, well, Austin’s IG. Former eighth overall pick had 24 catches in seven games with the #Jaguars last year.” ALL the latest Bills news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Bills newsletter here! The #Bills are signing WR Tavon Austin, according to a source and, well, Austin’s IG. Former eighth overall pick had 24 catches in seven games with the #Jaguars last year. pic.twitter.com/0l735Mh5tf — Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) June 3, 2022 Austin was the No. 8 overall draft pick back in 2013, and in order to snag the West Virginia alum, the St. Louis Rams actually traded up with the Bills. “The Rams...
    More On: morena baccarin Morena Baccarin gives birth to second child with Ben McKenzie Morena Baccarin, Ben McKenzie turn Tribeca Film Festival party into date night Morena Baccarin settles custody battle Ben McKenzie and Morena Baccarin are married Actress Morena Baccarin admits juggling three children while starring on an NBC series has been a bit of a “disaster.” The “Endgame” star shares 1-year-old son Arthur and 4-year-old daughter Frances with husband Ben McKenzie and has a 9-year-old son named Julius with her first husband, producer Austin Chick. “I’m a disaster all the time,” Baccarin, 42, confessed to Page Six at the National Board of Review gala on Tuesday night. “I’m happy to have clothes on right now, but people help me. They were zipping me up and putting stuff on my face.” She estimated that it took a couple of hours to glam up for the starry night — which was also attended by Bradley Cooper and McKenzie — while her daughter perched on her lap chowing down on a cucumber. The “Homeland” star admits that right now...
    WHITE PLAINS, Westchester County (WABC) -- A reputed gang member apologized to the family of 13-year-old Shamoya McKenzie before he was sentenced to 31 years in federal prison for gunning down the promising high school basketball star in a crime that shocked Mount Vernon.David Hardy had faced life in prison, while prosecutors had asked for 40 years behind bars. After serving his 252 months in federal prison, Hardy will then be on five years supervised release"Today I sit before you a damaged young man," David Hardy said before he was sentenced in White Plains Federal Court. "I know I made mistakes. I take full responsibility for my actions. I can't place any blame on anybody else, go around it. I can't say sorry enough...If I could trade places, I would."Shamoya McKenzie was on her way home from basketball practice when a bullet meant for a rival gang member struck the teen while she was sitting in her mother's car on New Year's Even in 2016.RELATED | Community remembers innocent teen killed after basketball practiceEMBED More News Videos Lucy Yang has...
    MOUNT VERNON, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — The gunman convicted of killing 13-year-old Shamoya McKenzie with a stray bullet in Mount Vernon learned his sentence Tuesday. David Hardy was ordered to spend 31 years in prison. READ MORE: Terrains Very Difficult: Search Resumes For Brian Laundrie While Authorities Perform Autopsy On Body Believed To Be Gabby Petito BREAKINGDavid Hardy sentenced to 31 years in Federal prison for 2016 shooting death of Shamoya McKenzie in Mount Vernon NY, which grieves the death of this top student and basketball star to this day. pic.twitter.com/DvLScBHoC9 — Tony Aiello (@AielloTV) September 21, 2021 McKenzie was killed on her way home from basketball practice on New Year’s Eve in 2016. Her mother was driving when she was shot by a stray bullet in the backseat. READ MORE: Google To Buy St. Johns Terminal In Lower Manhattan For $2.1 Billion “My only child, my best friend, my soul mate, my everything,” her mother, Nadine McKenzie, said after her death. (Credit: Roger Stern/1010 WINS) Hardy initially fled the state but was later charged with second-degree murder, second-degree attempted...
    A man will spend decades in prison after fatally stabbing a teenager in Northern Westchester and proceeding to attack a fellow detainee while in jail. Jahliv Niles, age 20, of Peekskill, has been sentenced to 20 years in prison, followed by five years of post-release supervision for the fatal stabbing of 17-year-old Omarion McKenzie.  He was also sentenced to two years in prison with three years post-release supervision for attacking a fellow detainee at Westchester County Jail in Valhalla. In May, Niles pleaded guilty to felony counts of manslaughter and second-degree assault. On March 27, 2020, Niles, then 18 years old, approached McKenzie, a senior at Peekskill High School, and stabbed him in the chest, stomach, and back on Howard Street.  McKenzie was transported to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Niles was apprehended by police shortly thereafter. The Peekskill Police Department investigated the case and made the arrest with an assist from Westchester Police. While he was at Westchester County Jail, Rocah said that Niles attacked a fellow inmate on May 19, 2020, while he was detained following his...
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    HURRICANE MILLS TENN. — Most of the time, when people think of dirt bike racing they are thinking of adults or teenagers, but there is a local special little guy who is only five years old, who is competing next week in the Loretta Lynn AMA Amateur Motocross Championship in Tennessee. Kooper McKenzie, son of Kyle and Megan McKenzie of Minford, has grown up around dirt bikes, but just started competing in October of 2020. McKenzie has been invited to compete in this Championship next week and looking forward to it. McKenzie will be racing as one of the top 42 racers in the nation in his specific class at Loretta Lynn’s AMA Amateur Motocross Championship which is held at her ranch in Tennessee. This is a prestigious event that is an honor to get to attend. The McKenzie family including Kooper’s little brother Mathis were leaving on Friday to get to the ranch as sign-ups are on Saturday morning and McKenzie will get to practice on Monday before his races on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. McKenzie’s interest comes...
    SAGINAW, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – A man suspected of assaulting family members and firing gunshots towards them was found dead after he barricaded himself in a home in Saginaw early Sunday, police said. Police said they responded to the 300 block of Worthy Street at around 2:40 a.m. in regards to a domestic disturbance. Officers arrived and learned a man, identified as 31-year-old Terry McKenzie, had assaulted family members and fired multiple rounds, police said. According to police, one of the family members returned fire and struck McKenzie one time. The 31-year-old then ran into the home, where two children ages 1 and 6 were sleeping, and did not come out. A standoff ensued, leading the police department to call a Fort Worth SWAT team. The SWAT team eventually forced its way inside the home after failed attempts at contacting McKenzie and found the 31-year-old dead, police said. The children were unharmed. The cause of death is unknown at this time as police continue to investigate. Further information was not immediately released.
    LAUDERHILL (CBSMiami) – The Lauderhill Police Department needs help in locating 72-year-old Levan McKenzie. McKenzie was last seen on Thursday, May 13, in the 3800 block of NW 8 Street. READ MORE: Researchers Develop Wearable Sensor That Measures Scratching To Help Better Treat Patients No word on what he was last seen wearing. READ MORE: Travel Advisors Say Seniors Among Those Leading Bookings To Europe Ahead Of Reopening The 72-year-old suffers from a medical condition that requires treatment. MORE NEWS: Frost Science Opens New Exhibit Centered Around Pterosaurs If you have any information on his whereabouts, call Lauderhill PD at (954) 497-4700.
    A terrified grandma is begging for help after capturing 'a demon' standing over her grandchild's bed - just days after the toddler was heard warning an invisible intruder to 'go away'. Tory McKenzie, 41, set up a motion-activated camera at her son's house after complaints his two-year-old daughter Amber McKenzie was talking to something unseen in the middle of the night. The grandma checked her camera's app four days later to find a bone-chilling image of a figure standing inches away from the sleeping tot and her seven-month-old brother Michael McKenzie, with 'a horn on its head and long claws'. The 'creature' is captured standing awkwardly, looking upwards just before 3am - and Tory insists the discovery has left her fearing for her grandchildren's lives. When she tried to rid the house of the 'evil presence' by burning oils, she claims cabinets and curtains opened and closed and music began to play by itself. A grandmother has captured a terrifying image of a 'horned demon' standing over her grandchild's bed in the middle of the night. She caught the...
    A Utah mother, who was stopped earlier this week for allegedly driving erratically with one of her children unrestrained in the back seat, has been charged with possessing drugs and alcohol.   According to the Utah County Sheriff's Office, Gabriella Ann McKenzie, 19, was pulled over by a detective in Eagle Mountain on Tuesday just after 6.30pm.  The detective said he saw McKenzie driving her car 'erratically' and also 'a young child unrestrained moving around the back seat of the car'. In a statement, the sheriff's office said the detective pulled up next to the car and 'saw the driver engaged in a video phone call while she was driving'. According to the Utah County Sheriff's Office, Gabriella Ann McKenzie (pictured), 19, was pulled over by a detective in Eagle Mountain on Tuesday just after 6.30pm. Authorities said one of her kids was unrestrained as she drove erratically  He then pulled her over and while speaking to McKenzie noticed the smell of marijuana in the vehicle.  The sheriff's office said another deputy arrived to the scene to help. They then...
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    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A 49-year-old Twin Cities pastor has been charged with sexually assaulting a teenage girl. Brooklyn Park police say Robert McKenzie abused a 17-year-old girl inside a home earlier this month. Robert McKenzie (credit: Hennepin County Jail) According to court papers, McKenzie admitted to touching the victim inappropriately, saying he “had a perverted thought.” McKenzie is the co-founder of Word of Faith Ministries, which according to its website, holds services at a hotel in St. Louis Park. He faces two charges of third-degree criminal sexual conduct, and could serve up to 30 years in prison. . More On WCCO.com: WCCO Bids Farewell To Pat Kessler, Political Reporter Extraordinaire Where Exactly Do Your Thanksgiving Meal Essentials Come From? What Will Black Friday Look Like At The Mall Of America This Year? Latest COVID-19 News
    Some teens get an after-school job. Paris McKenzie got an after-school career. The precocious 16-year old opened her own store, Paris Beauty Supplyz, on Church Avenue in Flatbush last month. She even has an employee who is six years older than her. “It’s not as awkward as you might think,” McKenzie told The Post of the managerial relationship. “Giselle is 22 and she is so kind and welcoming. It’s not like, ‘Oh this 16-year-old is bossing me around.’ ” But McKenzie is very much in charge — and putting on a masterclass in the pandemic hustle. A senior at the High School for Human Services and Health Professions, she grew up working in her mother’s nearby salon, learning the tricks of the cosmetology trade, including hair and nails along with entrepreneurial skills. When a beauty shop in the neighborhood was shutting down, the landlord approached McKenzie because of her family connections on the block. “We’ve been on the avenue for about 16 years and we know everything about it,” she said. Her 28-year-old brother, Oshane, a former Marine now studying mechanical...
    Four members of a street gang pleaded guilty to the murder of 13-year-old Shamoya McKenzie on New Year’s Eve in 2016 in Westchester. David Hardy, Marquis Collier, Jermaine hugely, and Sincere Savoy, members of the “Goonies” street gang pleaded guilty on Thursday, Oct. 1 for their roles in the death of McKenzie in Mount Vernon, who was struck by a stray bullet intended for a purported rival gang member. Earlier story - Gang Members Charged In Mount Vernon Teen Basketball Star's Fatal Shooting Acting U.S. Attorney Audrey Strauss said that to fund their gang and maintain a stranglehold in the city, the Goonies committed, conspired, attempted, and threatened to commit acts of violence, including murder, attempted murder, and robbery. The gang also allegedly conspired to distribute narcotics in the area, possessed, and used weapons and firearms to further their influence in Westchester. On Dec. 31, 2016, the four suspects attempted to murder a rival gang member in broad daylight by firing multiple bullets at him near the intersection of Tecumseh Avenue and Third Street in Mount Vernon. Earlier story - Services...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Police have made an arrest in the May 5, 2020, hit-and-run crash which killed a 23-year-old Venezuelan woman. Authorities said it happened at around 9:30 p.m. at the intersection of N. Miami Avenue and 36 Street. Miami Police said 21-year-old Dalton Alfonso McKenzie was the driver of the speeding Mustang that hit the car Ciarah Ramirez was in at the time of the crash. Download The New CBS4 News App Here Police said the Mustang broadsided a Subaru causing Ramirez to be ejected from the vehicle. Her husband, Robert, and a close friend were critically injured and rushed to Jackson Memorial Hospital. They were injured at the time, but have since recovered. The Subaru that police said Ciara Ramirez was ejected from. (CBS4) Police believe that McKenzie and his passenger may have been involved in previous, serious, violent crimes in another jurisdiction. Miami Police chief Jorge Colina said the speeding car may have also been the subject of a police pursuit that is also being investigated by internal affairs. Law enforcement sources...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The man who accidentally started a fire in his van that killed a girl and badly injured her sister learned his fate in court today — 120 days in jail, probation, and restitution. Roberto Hipolito pleaded guilty in July to negligence after a cook stove in his van caught fire and spread to another vehicle. Six-year-old Tyra White was inside and died. Her 9-year-old sister, Taraji,was badly burned. “Tyrah White was one of the smiliest, happiest kids you will ever want to meet,” mother Essie McKenzie said. During a victim impact statement, McKenzie said her family is still mourning a loss and coping with change. “Both of my girls were living a great life until that man decided to ruin it,” said McKenzie. On August 6 of the last year, Fridley McKenzie went into a Wal-Mart while her daughter’s slept in her vehicle. While inside, a fire that began in Roberto Hipolito’s van quickly spread. Tyrah died while her older sister Taraji was severely burned. Ty’rah White (credit: Essie McKenzie) “She asked me one morning if I...
    A 19-year-old man who was swimming in the Farmington River drowned after disappearing in an area of water at least 20-feet deep. The incident took place in Hartford County around 1:40 p.m., Sunday, June 7, when the Farmington Police Department received a 911 call reporting a man was drowning in the river behind the Tunxis Meade Park. Officers from the Farmington Police Department responded along with the Farmington Fire Department, Tunxis Hose Fire Department, and AMR ambulance to assist in the water rescue, said Lt. Timothy McKenzie. According to McKenzie, friends swimming with the Waterbury resident said he was last seen going under the water about 20 feet from shore. Members of the Connecticut State Police Dive team responded and recovered the unidentified teen's body, McKenzie said. McKenzie cautions all swimmers in the Farmington River during this time of year to use life jackets or other flotation devices due to the cold temperature of the water, which can quickly incapacitate swimmers of all abilities.
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