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    Harry Styles is 'constantly on his guard' and fears being followed by his stalker, who forced their way into the star's London home when Styles was in the house. Stalker Pablo Orero Taragaza, 29, gained access to the grounds of Harry Styles' home in February after being mistaken for a delivery worker. She then broke into the house while the singer was upstairs and fought a construction worker while the As It Was singer was upstairs. Wood Green Crown Court heard the stalker was finally forced out of the home after having to be 'prised' from a wall. Orero previously pleaded guilty to breaching a restraining order in 2019 after she was previously convicted of stalking. Pablo Tarazaga-Orero, 26, (pictured outside Hendon Magistrates Court in North West London, October 2019) stalked the singer's house and ambushed him when he went jogging A judge said Harry Styles 'has been caused a great deal of anxiety and he's constantly on his guard wherever he goes' by the stalker  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Olivia Wilde stuns in plunging white...
    Follow MailOnline's liveblog today as King Charles III leads the royal family in a procession behind the coffin of his mother the Queen after her death last week: Mark Duell Host commentator Lizzie May Host commentator 13:12 King Charles III has arrived at the Palace of Holyrood House in Edinburgh 13:08 First person to start queuing for the Queen's lying in state on Wednesday at 5pm The first person to begin queuing for the Queen's lying in state in London said she 'really, really wanted to be part of it'. Vanessa Nathakumaran, 56, from Harrow, arrived at noon on Monday - more than 48 hours before the queue opens on Wednesday at 5pm. She said she started admiring the royal family in her childhood in Sri Lanka before she moved to the UK in the 1980s. Her great-uncle was knighted by King George VI and her daughter met the Queen as a air cadet, she said. 'I'm really proud of our family being involved in the time of the...
    Getty Kevin Durant #7 of the Brooklyn Nets The Brooklyn Nets struggled during the 2021-22 regular season because they had to overcome several roadblocks. Still even with all of the vaccine drama with Kyrie Irving, the James Harden trade, and Kevin Durant’s injury, Brooklyn was able to advance out of the play-in tournament and drew a first-round matchup with the Boston Celtics. The Nets got swept out of the first round. But many felt that despite Brooklyn being a much lower seed, they still had a chance to beat the Celtics because they had the All-Star duo of KD and Kyrie. However, former Nets guard Mike James said on the Players Choice Podcast, Durant was sure the Nets would lose to Boston. “So, when they [the Nets] was trash, and they was losing, I called him one day, I was like ‘You know what this means right? You going to come to my playoff game’”, James said. “He was like ‘No way I’m coming to your playoff game, and then like a week later, he [Durant] called me...
    Kendrick Lamar said music is 'all about feeling' after seeing a video of a security guard bursting into tears at his Houston concert.  Lamar, 35, was performing his hit song 'Love' when security guard Devyn Sanford was caught on video emotionally wiping away tears as he bobbed his head to the beat and mouthed the lyrics.  The 10-second clip ended with Sanford covering his mouth as he squeezed his eyes shut, completely overcome by emotions as he guarded the stage Friday night at the Houston Toyota Center.  After the show, the 14-time Grammy award winner spoke with 12-year-old reporter Jazzy of Jazzy's World TV, saying he saw the video and wondered 'what he's going through,' but said that's what music should do.  'At the end of the days, that's how you want everybody to perceive your music, you know, make them feel good, make them feel like a moment they're attached [to]. It can live forever,' Lamar told Jazzy.  Scroll down for video  Kendrick Lamar, 35, (pictured on July 24) said music is 'all about feeling' after seeing a video of  security...
    It took a while, but Jalen Williams is no longer a curiosity. The secret is out regarding the Santa Clara guard who is the school’s most talented player since Steve Nash. Williams, 21, is expected to become the first player from Santa Clara to be drafted in the first round since Nash in 1996. The question is how high he’ll go. And in the run-up to the draft, which includes private workouts, meetings, and the NBA Draft combine, Williams can sense a change in how he’s perceived. “I definitely felt the shift in the combine where I’ve been able to show everything that I’ve been working on,” Williams said Tuesday in a phone interview. “People obviously haven’t seen me, being on the West Coast. We play later so everybody misses our games. But I felt with what I did at the combine, people’s eyes were opened seeing me live and the little things I can bring to the table.” Not only did Williams have the longest wingspan of any guard in the draft (over 7-foot-2 inches), but he also had...
    An emergency protection order filed against Cleveland Cavaliers guard Rajon Rondo in his native Louisville by the mother of his children has been dropped and the domestic violence case against him has been dismissed, DailyMail.com has confirmed. Ashley Bachelor, Rondo's ex-partner and mother of his children, filed the emergency protection order against the NBA star last month after he allegedly brandished a gun during an argument over their son. Now it has been revealed that a Kentucky judge dismissed the petition on June 16, and court documents show that Rondo and his accuser have 'reached an agreement' in the matter, although no details of the deal were included in the case history provided to DailyMail.com by Jefferson County (Kentucky) court clerks.  Rajon Rondo appears with Ashley Bachelor in 2012, when he was with the Boston Celtics Bachelor, 36, alleges Rondo 'became enraged' last month, prompting her to file for the EPO in Jefferson County Family Court. She says in the EPO that Rondo was playing video games with their son when she asked the child to finish separating his laundry...
    (CNN)Calvin Munerlyn, the security guard who was shot and killed in Michigan last week, was "loved everywhere," his widow told CNN. "He was devoted, loving, kind-hearted, courageous, brave, just committed," she said. "He was just loved everywhere," Munerlyn's widow, Latryna Munerlyn, told CNN's Don Lemon Tuesday night.The 43-year-old guard was shot in the head after telling a customer at a Family Dollar store to wear a face mask -- which the state has mandated for all retail employees and customers, police say. He died at a Flint hospital.Ramonyea Travon Bishop, 23, Larry Edward Teague, 44, and Sharmel Lashe Teague, 45, have been charged with first-degree premeditated murder, along with other charges, the Genesee County Prosecutor's Office said in a statement on Monday.Three family members charged in shooting death of security guard who told a customer to put on a face mask"That was senseless and stupid. And now my babies (are) without a father for the rest of their life," Latryna Munerlyn said.Read MoreThe family had eight children, she said."My children are very, very strong," she said. "They are strong, and...
    The NBA is being denounced for denying pensions to elderly retired ABA players following passing of 79-year-old Sam Smith, a former Utah Stars guard who died of congestive heart failure on May 18 after his failed crusade for a $2,000 monthly check from the league. 'It would have been life-changing,' his widow Helen told the Indianapolis Star of the $2,000 pension that never came. 'Because we were living. We were getting everything paid, but we couldn't do a lot more.' 'I am so mad at the NBA,' said Scott Tarter, the CEO and founder of Dropping Dimes, a charity aimed at helping struggling former ABA players and their families. 'Here is a guy who should have been enjoying a pension and instead ... another one is gone.' The NBA is being denounced for denying pensions to elderly retired ABA players following the death of 79-year-old Sam Smith, a former Utah Stars guard who died of congestive heart failure on May 18 after his failed crusade for a $2,000 monthly check from the league. In this picture, taken weeks before his...
    Vladimir Putin has promoted his former personal bodyguard to be the Kremlin's new Emergencies Minister, months after his predecessor mysteriously fell to his death from a waterfall. Major-General Alexander Kurenkov, 49, nominated today by Putin, is the sixth bodyguard to the Russian president to be appointed to high government office. The last man to hold the post was Yevgeny Zinichev, also an ex-Putin guard, who died falling down a 90ft waterfall amid suspicions of murder.  Vladimir Putin has promoted his former personal bodyguard Alexander Kurenkov to be the Kremlin's new Emergencies Minister (pictured together) The last man to hold the post was Yevgeny Zinichev, also an ex-Putin guard, who died falling down a 90ft waterfall amid suspicions of murder (pictured at the Kremlin together in April 2020) Nicknamed 'the man without a face', little is known about Kurenkov's past and background, with claims he had served in the FSB counterintelligence agency as well as the FSO, responsible for guarding senior officials. Pictures show ex-school teacher Kurenkov as a bodyguard close to Putin, now 69, on various visits. RELATED ARTICLES Previous...
    The father-of-two, 29, who dumped his partner of 10 years for his Ukrainian refugee girlfriend, has been pictured with the 22-year-old after they moved into his parents' home. Security guard Tony Garnett can be seen embracing his lover Sofiia Karkadym after she moved into the long-term couple's home for 10 days, having fled war-torn Lviv. Mr Garnett who lives in Bradford, West Yorkshire, said he has fallen in love with Sofiia and wants to spend the rest of his life with her. And Sofiia, who fled the city in western Ukraine, said she 'fancied' Tony as soon as she saw him and that the pair are living their very own 'love story'.  The new couple are now living with Tony's mother and father, although they are looking at properties to move into.  Tony Garnett, 29, said he has fallen in love with 22-year-old Sofiia, who said she 'fancied' Tony as soon as she saw him Yesterday, jilted mother Lorna Garnett shared her anger after she let the Ukrainian woman into her home. Lorna says she was left heartbroken after her partner decided to leave...
    He added that the U.S. law that prohibits protesting with the intent to sway a judicial decision should be enforced by federal authorities and argued in a letter that setting up a security perimeter would violate neighborhood residents' Fourth Amendment rights and protesters' First Amendment rights. However, such careful thought didn't seem to influence his decision to order police protection outside his own home shortly thereafter. In response to questioning from the Free Beacon, a McKay spokesman said only that he "has full faith in the professionals of the [Fairfax County Police Department] to carry out their mission of ensuring public safety and protecting people's constitutional rights." The Justice Department's U.S. Marshals Service has since "accelerated the provision of around-the-clock security at the homes of all Justices" upon request from Youngkin and Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R).
    New dashboard camera footage from Indiana shows the dramatic moment that Alabama fugitive Casey White was taken into custody on Monday, after 11 days on the run. White, 38, and his accomplice, corrections officer Vicky White, 56, crashed their car after leading police on a high-speed car chase. She died in hospital on Monday night from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. He was arrested in Evansville, Indiana. Casey White, 38, is seen in dashboard camera footage released by police in Indiana being taken into custody on Monday Casey White was serving a 75-year sentence for multiple crimes when he confessed to a 2015 murder. Vicky White, who said she was taking him for a mental health evaluation, ran away with him on April 29
    THE death of Vicky White has raised a number of questions after the wanted guard was found dead from a gunshot wound to her head after she and her jailbird lover Casey White were finally caught by cops. It was initially reported that Vicky White, 56, turned a gun on herself as police closed in on her and Casey White, 38, following a high-speed chase that ended in a wreck in Evansville, Indiana on Monday. 8Casey White, 38, is back behind bars after 11-days on the lamCredit: AP 8Vicky White, 56, was pronounced dead in hospital on Monday evening from a gunshot woundCredit: The Mega Agency 8The pair were captured after a high-speed police chase ended in a wreck in Evansville, IndianaCredit: Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office Audio of a dispatch call between first responders suggested that Vicky told officers she was holding a gun and had her finger placed on the trigger. A single gunshot wound then rang out. As officers moved in, Casey White is reported to have told them: "Help my wife, she just shot herself." Vicky was...
    The murder suspect who escaped from an Alabama jail on Friday is a 'dangerous monster' who promised to kill his ex-girlfriend if he ever got out in 2015. Casey White, 38, broke into a home in Athens and ordered two men inside to get down on the ground at gunpoint, according to court documents. He fired multiple shots and left bullet holes in the wall during the rampage. His ex-girlfriend managed to escape. Two young children were found hiding in the basement, while a dog was found shot dead in a hallway, Fox News reports. 'He stated that he wanted to kill her and have the police kill him,' according to a police report from December 2015. 'His only regret was that neither was successful. He stated that if he was released he would kill the victim.' He was eventually convicted on nine counts including attempted murder, kidnapping and animal cruelty and sentenced to 75 years in prison. While serving time, he confessed to killing 59-year-old Connie Ridgeway in a murder-for-hire plot two months before the crime spree. The 6ft 9in inmate...
    When Tommy Kuhse showed up on the first day of basketball tryouts at Mountain View High in Mesa, Arizona, no one envisioned him leading a team into the NCAA Tournament a decade later. “Tommy was a very average basketball player,” Mountain View coach Gary Ernst said Monday in a phone interview. But Ernst, the winningest high school basketball coach in Arizona history, was won over by the same thing that struck Saint Mary’s coach Randy Bennett as well as Kuhse’s teammates on the Gaels. And while Saint Mary’s success in going 25-7 and achieving the highest seed in program history is very much a group effort, Kuhse, a 6-foot-2 guard, has been the driving force over the last six games. “We know how hard he works in the offseason and behind the scenes when nobody is here and nobody sees it,” said Kuhse’s backcourt mate, Logan Johnson. “For him to be able to put on a performance like he has in his last year here is something special.” Saint Mary’s, the fifth seed, will face No. 12 Indiana (21-13) Thursday...
    American professional basketball players competing in Russia during the WNBA offseason are scrambling to return to the United States following Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine. As several player agents told ESPN, many WNBA players in the Russian Women's Basketball Premier League are making plans to leave the country for the US due to safety concerns.  The problem, as one agent explained, is finding plane tickets. While Canada and much of Europe have moved to restrict Russian planes from their air spaces, the Kremlin has responded by banning flights from 36 countries. 'For me, it's way past ''considering'' leaving,' longtime agent Mike Cound told ESPN. 'I've been on the phone with two players in the past few minutes working out flights. It's really urgent now in terms of there being a dwindling number of flights leaving Russia, and they are going to be hard to get real soon. 'They are probably fine if they stay put, but if things get worse, that may not be the case. My idea is, ''Get them out now if we can.'' And if we can't, we get...
    A Chinese security guard was kidnapped and used as a 'blood slave' by a gang in Cambodia after he was lured to the country by a fake job ad.  The 31-year-old man, who has been identified only by his surname Li, was held captive and had 27 ounces of blood drained from him every month for six months. It is believed that the gang who kidnapped Li sold his blood to private buyers online. A normal blood donation usually takes around 16 ounces - 11 ounces less than the amount drained from Li - which is around 8 per cent of the average blood volume of an adult.   As a result of the excessive blood extraction, Li, who managed to escape the gang earlier this month, had multiple organ failures and his arms were covered with bruises from the needles.  The victim told Beijing Youth Daily he had been trafficked last June after going to China's southwestern region of Guangxi in response to a job advert for work as a nightclub bouncer.  Li said he was smuggled to the Cambodian...
    THE heartbroken parents of a five-year-old boy who died after being pulled from a 100ft well have been given a guard of honour. Little Rayan Awram spent more than 100 hours trapped in the pitch black, 18-inch space in Morocco. 9Rescuers form a guard of honour for Rayan's parentsCredit: AP 9The youngster was brought out of the well wrapped in a blanket and taken straight to an ambulanceCredit: Twitter 9The moment a team carried the five-year-old out on a stretcherCredit: Reuters Desperate rescuers launched an astonishing effort to free the youngster and he was finally pulled free last night. But tragically Morocco's king confirmed shortly after Rayan had died from his injuries. His devastated parents were last night given a guard of honour by brave rescuers after their son's body was recovered. Rayan's dad, who was repairing the well at the time of the accident, previously expressed his hopes the youngster would pull through. He said: "I keep up hope that my child will get out of the well alive. I thank everyone involved and those supporting us in Morocco...
    FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami/CNN) – The sole survivor of a smuggler boat that capsized off Florida’s coast is out of the hospital. Twenty-two-year-old Colombian national Juan Esteban Montoya said he was traveling with his sister Maria Camila Montoya, 18, and about 38 other immigrants from different countries. READ MORE: Car Crashed Into Coral Springs BuildingMontoya said chose to make the trip to the US by boat because it was safer than traveling through Mexico and he and his sister wanted to reunite with their mother who lives in Texas. She joined him at Monday’s news conference in Fort Pierce. Hours after the group left the Bahamas, the boat capsized after its motor stopped working and waves crashed into the vessel filling it with water, he said. Montoya last saw his sister sinking when the boat overturned. He said he was determined to survive so he could tell his parents what happened to his sister “It hurts me so, so, so much losing her, because I spent all the energy I could when I didn’t have any, looking for her,” said...
    Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images Washington Wizards announcer Glenn Consor issued an apology Thursday morning and included an explanation after making the worst broadcasting mistake of his career. Wednesday night, Consor made a horrific reference to the father of Houston Rockets guard Kevin Porter Jr. More than 12 hours later, the NBA analyst explains the remark was a case of mistaken identity. I want to sincerely apologize to Kevin Porter Jr and clarify last night’s call. pic.twitter.com/UweFhFnkbt — Glenn Consor (@glennconsor) January 6, 2022 “You’ve got to give credit. Kevin Porter Jr., like his dad, pulled that trigger right at the right time,” Consor said Wednesday night after the Rockets guard drained a game winning buzzer-beater. Porter’s full name is Bryan Kevin Porter Jr., his father Bryan Kevin Porter Sr. spent four years in prison after being charged with first-degree murder for shooting a 14-year-old girl in 1993. After he was released, Porter Sr. was shot five times and killed in a 2004 bar fight. The person Consor attempted to reference was Kevin Porter, a former point guard who...
    Franklin Barrett Sechriest, 18, has been arrested and charged with arson for setting a synagogue in Austin, Texas, on fire on Halloween around 9pm A former Texas State Guard has been arrested for allegedly setting fire to a synagogue on Halloween, causing $25,000 worth of damage - as cops reveal he then wrote about it in his series of journals which also described his disdain for Jewish people. Franklin Barrett Sechriest, 18, 'set an intentional fire' at Congregation Beth Israel synagogue in Austin around 9pm on October 31 and was charged with arson, which has a maximum prison sentence of 10 years.  According to a criminal complaint filed in Western Texas US District Court, investigators 'observed patterns consistent with the use of liquid accelerant,' suggesting Sechriest may used gasoline to ignite the fire. Surveillance footage from the synagogue's parking lot also showed Sechriest getting out of a black Jeep Cherokee wearing green utility pants, a black t-shirt and black face mask.  Cops found stickers with Nazi propaganda in Sechriest's car. One pictured swastikas bookending a quote that read: 'The price of freedom is...
    The Oklahoma National Guard will not enforce the US Defense Department's Covid-19 vaccine mandate after a change in commanding officers.  Army Brigadier General Thomas Mancino will be the new adjutant general, Governor Kevin Stitt said. He has yet to be confirmed by the state senate.   His predecessor, Army Major General Michael Thompson, said that he found out he'd lost his job via social media.  Thompson was scheduled to transition out of the job in favor of Mancino on January 15, but these changes will now take place as soon as possible.   Thompson is a public supporter of the vaccines, and posted a picture of himself receiving a COVID booster shot in late October on Twitter.  Army Brigadier General Thomas Mancino (pictured right) replaces Army Major General Michael Thompson, who found out he'd lost his job via social media Governor Kevin Stitt (pictured above) announced that Mancino would be taking over two months earlier than previously expected Mancino sent out a memo on his first day on the job saying the state would not enforce Covid-19 vaccine mandates He was asked...
    A pervert who used a spy camera hidden in his shoelaces to film up women's skirts in supermarkets has been jailed. Adam George-Wood, 41, was detained by a Tesco security guard after being spotted by a customer acting suspiciously at a branch in Beeston, Nottingham. The shopper spotted George-Wood carrying a shopping basket containing an upturned mobile phone and positioning it below the line of the victim's skirt. He immediately alerted the woman and challenged George-Wood, who was detained by the store security guard and later arrested by police. Adam George-Wood, 41, was detained by a Tesco security guard after being spotted by a customer acting suspiciously at a branch in Beeston, Nottingham George-Wood declined to comment in his first police interview but later admitted to the crime in a prepared statement. He also admitted numerous other similar offences - some involving a spy camera concealed in his shoelaces. Police later found more than 100 similar videos on his electronic devices that had been filmed in a variety of locations, including on public transport. George-Wood, of Beeston, went on to...
    The girlfriend of a high profile Ecuadorian gang leader was briefly arrested after she spent a week sleeping in his jail cell - and was busted as she tried to leave the prison in the middle of a riot while wearing a guard's uniform.    The National Police revealed over the weekend that the Verónica Briones Zambrano arrived at the Guayaquil Regional Jail on September 27 and remained there with her boyfriend, José Adolfo 'Fito' Macías Villamar, a high-ranking leader with Los Choneros, a gang linked to Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán's Sinaloa Cartel. The Briones Zambrano was looking to leave penitentiary on October 2 in the midst of a rebellion as security forces were greeted with gunfire.  She was arrested briefly before being released, and authorities are now on the hunt for her.  José Adolfo 'Fito' Macías Villamar, a high-ranking leader with Los Choneros, a gang linked to Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán's Sinaloa Cartel, was able to sneak his girlfriend, Verónica Briones Zambrano, into his prison cell at the Guayaquil Regional Jail in Guayaquil, Ecuador, on September 27 Verónica Briones Zambrano, the girlfriend of José...
    TYSON FURY has vowed to never underestimate a fighter after seeing Anthony Joshua blow a mega-money Battle of Britain showdown. The £200million Fury v Joshua heavyweight clash is the one fight fans want. 6Tyson Fury insisted his focus is on Deontay Wilder this weekendCredit: Getty 6Anthony Joshua lost his heavyweight titles to Oleksandr Usyk last monthCredit: Getty But AJ, 31, lost his WBA, IBF and WBO titles to Oleksandr Usyk last month to further delay a potential fight with his fellow Brit. The Gypy King, who in the early hours of Sunday morning here in Vegas, said: “It’s not just one loss, he’s now been knocked out (by Andy Ruiz) and he’s been beaten on points (by Usyk). “All these fights, they’re all big fights. If I fight you in a pay-per-view fight, people are still going to want to see what the Gypsy King is going to do. “It’s the Tyson Fury roadshow. Always has been, always will be. “I’ve no interest in other people. I’ve no interest in Joshua, anyone out there in the division I...
    Nikolas Cruz's trial for fighting with a jail guard nine months after he killed 17 people at his former high school in Florida may be postponed because his lead attorney suffered a 'serious medical emergency, according to court documents. Broward County public defender David Wheeler was in the 'intensive care unit at a local hospital' on September 30, according to a motion filed by Cruz's assistant public defender on Sunday, a day before jury selection was supposed to start. The defense team asked for a delay last week, they said, but the court argued that another lawyer could step in as a substitute, according to WPLG. Wheeler's office did not immediately respond to a request for comment from DailyMail.com. No further details on his condition have been given, and it is not yet known if the assault trial will be postponed. In video from November 2018, Cruz weaves between tables with his head down inside a common area of the Broward County Jail. The silent footage shows Cruz briefly exchanging words with Sgt. Raymond Beltran, who was sitting in the corner, before...
    A Tesla driver was arrested and jailed after a crossing guard accused him of striking her - only for doorbell cam footage to clear his name.    Joe Hernandez, 32, was accused by an Anne Arundel County Police crossing guard of 'intentionally striking her leg (and) causing a minor injury' on September 9. But footage shot from a nearby home shows that he did no such thing - and that the unnamed crossing guard actually backed into his car, without sustaining any sort of injury.   A nearby police officer put Hernandez in handcuffs in front of his girlfriend and her child and took him to jail, where he spent the night. He was charged with failure to render aid to an injured person, reckless driving, and negligent driving as well as second-degree assault, as reported by WJLA. 
    Rod Stewart and his son Sean will avoid jail time and a potentially embarrassing trial that was set to start Tuesday for their role in a New Year's Eve fight at an upscale Palm Beach resort. DailyMail.com can exclusively reveal that Sir Rod's legal team reached a deal with prosecutors this week where Stewart and son are expected to plead no contest to the charge of simple battery. The father and son were charged with one misdemeanor count each after feisty 76-year-old Rod was caught on surveillance cameras at The Breakers Palm Beach throwing a punch at a security guard with Sean stepping into the tussle the night of December 31, 2019. In exchange for their plea, the singer and his 40-year-old son escape a conviction, criminal record and time behind bars, said their attorney Guy Fronstin. Rod Stewart, 76, and his son Sean, 40, will avoid jail time and a potentially embarrassing trial that was set to start Tuesday in Florida  The hotel's surveillance footage obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com last year showed Rod delivering a right hook...
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    A Rikers Island correction officer was left with a fractured skull after being viciously beaten by an inmate - who later said 'voices' in his head told him to carry out the attack. Marvens 'Murda' Thomas, 28, has been charged with attempted murder over Monday's attack. A criminal complaint filed on Tuesday alleges that the inmate knocked the officer to the ground while pummeling him with his fists before stomping on his head and stealing the guard's pepper spray, according to The New York Post.  The guard was carried away on a stretcher with 'substantial pain, soreness, bruising, and swelling, as well as a bleeding laceration that required 20 [stitches], 11 inside and 9 outside,' according to the complaint filed in Bronx Criminal Court.  The complaint alleges that Thomas threatened the guard on Monday around 9 am saying, 'I want a female officer. Get this dreadhead motherf****er off my floor or else.' After the brutal attack in the prison's George R. Vierno Center he told the beaten guard, 'I warned you,' prosecutors claim. A corrections officer was brutally attacked by an inmate at Rikers...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — A child was recently told to leave the Crown Fountain at Millennium Park, all because of a disability. As CBS 2’s Steven Graves reported Thursday night, we found out it should never have happened. READ MORE: Fired Ex-Chicago Heights Park District Police Chief Accused Misusing Old Badge, And Not For First Time Jordan Block, 10, and his family love an escape to Chicago from west suburban Warrenville. They especially love dipping into the shallow water at the Crown Fountain. “There’s not much else I can do, and that is something I can do – so it’s fun for me,” Jordan said. Jordan went this week after a doctor’s appointment for his spinal muscular atrophy, which has left him confined to a wheelchair. It was poised to be quite the treat for him on a hot day – until he was told to leave. “Surprised,” Jordan said. “Yeah, I said, like, I’ve been here before and have been able to do it.” But a security guard explained to Jordan’s mom that he was a liability, on the grounds...
    MIKE THEILER/AFP via Getty Images Then-President Donald Trump regretted not taking a harder line against protesters in the wake of the late George Floyd’s death, lamenting that “the Blacks” hated him and would never vote for him anyway. According to Wall Street Journal reporter Mike Bender’s upcoming book “Frankly, We Did Win This Election: The Inside Story of How Trump Lost,” excerpted by Politico Playbook, Trump was seething in the immediate aftermath of Mr. Floyd’s murder, and regretting the meager criminal justice reform he had reluctantly supported. “For Father’s Day in 2020, what DONALD TRUMP mostly wanted was to avoid his son-in-law. It was JARED KUSHNER who had talked the president into hiring BRAD PARSCALE to run a campaign that was now, just months before the election, in freefall. And when most Americans rejected Trump’s unreasonably truculent response to the civil unrest that was sweeping the country, the president also blamed Kushner. … Trump privately told advisers that he wished he’d been quicker to support police and more aggressive in his pushback against protesters. “Trump had staked nearly his entire...
    A hero praised as a real-life Rambo after taking on a gang of armed robbers and fighting them off has been forced into protective custody after evil death threats. Security expert Leo Prinsloo, 52, who has personally protected Prince Charles, the Kardashian's and Nelson Mandela, is now under armed guard in a safe house. This incredible footage which has gone worldwide shows how the former South African Police Force sniper keeps his cool when he comes under gunfire attack. Security expert Leo Prinsloo, 52, - who has personally protected Prince Charles, the Kardashian's and Nelson Mandela – is now under armed guard in a safe house  Former police sniper Leo Prinsloo, 48, was escorting a high value cargo in an armoured truck in his unmarked armoured Toyota Land Cruiser when he was ambushed by two cars full of gunmen Leo and his sidekick Lloyd Mtombemi remained calm despite their armoured escort vehicle peppered with over 30 bullets from two cars firing AK47's at them both. They were protecting an armoured vehicle with a cargo of mobile phones worth hundreds...
    DAN Osborne has got a HUGE Rottweiler guard dog to protect his family after he revealed fears they’d be targeted in a raid. The Sun reported earlier this year that the former Towie star, 29 had bought Tyson the pooch to put his mind at ease when wife Jacqueline and the kids were left alone in the house. 8Dan Osborne finally has Tyson the pooch looking after his family in their new homeCredit: RP/CLICK NEWS AND MEDIA After buying their "forever home" back in March, Dan, Jac, 28, and their two daughters Ella, five, and Mia, two, finally moved into their £1.3m pad earlier this week. And now it looks like they're fully protected as the tatted hunk was seen out and about with their new furry family member. Dan and the Total K9 team - who supply family and personal protection dogs - went for a walk around the block to show off his skills. While the team looked like they meant business, Dan looked in high spirits as he played around with the pooch. 8Dan looked in high...
    A promoter of the QAnon conspiracy theory reportedly stiffed a Washington, DC diner owner with a $10,000 bill after he opened up a tab and asked his supporters to donate money to help feed National Guard troops protecting the Capitol. Gum Tong, the owner of Pete’s Diner, an eatery that has long been popular with members of Congress, says she’s owed money by Richard Potcner, the conspiracy theorist who is also reportedly wanted in two states for unrelated crimes. After Potcner denied the allegation on the social media app Telegram, where he was more than 214,000 followers, Tong said her restaurant has been inundated with angry phone calls from his supporters. Local police have urged Tong to file a report about the harassment. After the MAGA riot on January 6 - when supporters of then-President Donald Trump ransacked the US Capitol - Potcner posted a video to Telegram, the encrypted app that has become popular with far-right conspiracy theorists. Richard Potcner (left), a promoter of the QAnon conspiracy theory, reportedly stiffed a Washington, DC diner owner with a $10,000...
    A Civil Guard agent ha deceased after falling off his motorcycle and hit the guardrail in the municipality of Ciudad Rodrigo (Salamanca), as reported by the 1-1-2 Emergency Center of Castilla y León. The event occurred around 5:55 p.m. this Friday at kilometer 312 of the A-62, towards Salamanca, in the municipality of Sancti-Spiritus (Salamanca), where the agent has lost control of the motorcycle and has hit the guardrail, being seriously injured. The 112 operations room has notified the Civil Guard of Traffic, the Local Police of Ciudad Rodrigo, and regional health emergencies, which has sent a mobile ICU. Sacyl staff have confirmed on the spot the agent’s death Civil Guard.
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A 20-year-old man just freed from prison was gunned down while still on the prison grounds. It happened at Curran-Fromhold Correctional Facility in Philadelphia’s Holmesburg neighborhood, just before 2 a.m. Thursday. The victim was identified as Rodney Hargrove of Philadelphia. READ MORE: Cape May, New Jersey Listed Among Top 3 Spots For Fresh-Air Seekers This Spring, Summer, Airbnb Survey Finds Police found Hargrove on the sidewalk – on prison grounds – shot multiple times. He was pronounced dead a short time later. At least 10 spent shell casings were found near the victim’s body. Police say Hargrove was released from prison around 1 a.m. It’s unclear why he was still on the grounds an hour later. Police say he was possibly waiting for a ride when he was shot. READ MORE: WATCH LIVE: Pennsylvania Health Officials Provide COVID-19 Vaccine Information Update Now, the shooting happened near a guard shack but the guard did not witness the shooting. Police say the guard reported only seeing a dark colored-vehicle speeding away from the scene, but it’s unclear if...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A 20-year-old man just freed from prison was gunned down while still on the prison grounds. It happened at Curran-Fromhold Correctional Facility in Philadelphia’s Holmesburg neighborhood, just before 2 a.m. Thursday. Police found the man on the sidewalk – on prison grounds – shot multiple times. He was pronounced dead a short time later. READ MORE: Philadelphia Community Shows Support For Asian Community Following Atlanta Shootings, Spike In Hate Crimes At least 10 spent shell casings were found near the victim’s body. Police say the 20-year-old man was released from prison around 1 a.m. It’s unclear why he was still on the grounds an hour later. Police say he was possibly waiting for a ride when he was shot. READ MORE: COVID In Philadelphia: New Campaign Aims To Promote Tourism In City As Normalcy Inches Closer Now, the shooting happened near a guard shack but the guard did not witness the shooting. Police say the guard reported only seeing a dark colored-vehicle speeding away from the scene, but it’s unclear if that vehicle has anything to do...
    Minnesota Timberwolves guard Malik Beasley has been sentenced to 120 days in jail after he pleaded guilty to one felony count of threats of violence for pointing a firearm at a family who had mistakenly pulled up to his rental home in their car. His attorney, Steven Haney, says the 24-year-old can serve his time after the season. Beasley received three years probation, during which time he's not allowed to use alcohol or elicit drugs, and he has been banned permanently from having firearms. He will also enter an anger-management program.  Beasley and his now-estranged wife Montana Yao were both facing fifth-degree drug possession charges stemming from the September 29 arrest, when police found marijuana at his home, but those charges were dropped as part of his plea deal, according to ESPN. Haney told ESPN that Beasley's felony charge could be reduced to a misdemeanor at the end of his probation. There's also a chance that Beasley could spend his sentence between work release and home detention. For now, though, he's expected to serve his time sat a facility known as...
    Minnesota Timberwolves guard Malik Beasley has been sentenced to 120 days in jail after he pleaded guilty to one felony count of threats of violence for pointing a firearm at a family who had mistakenly pulled up to his rental home in their car. His attorney, Steven Haney, says the 24-year-old can serve his time after the season. Beasley received three years probation, during which time he's not allowed to use alcohol or elicit drugs, and he has been banned permanently from having firearms. He will also enter an anger-management program.  Beasley and his now-estranged wife Montana Yao were both facing fifth-degree drug possession charges stemming from the September 29 arrest, but those charges were dropped as part of his plea deal, according to ESPN. Haney told ESPN that Beasley's felony charge could be reduced to a misdemeanor at the end of his probation. There's also a chance that Beasley could spend his sentence between work release and home detention. For now, though, he's expected to serve his time sat a facility known as 'The Workhouse' at Hennepin County (Minnesota) Adult...
    PRESIDENT-elect Joe Biden's elusive daughter Ashley has revealed she's "worried" for her dad's safety on Inauguration Day. Speaking in her first-ever TV interview, which is set to air on Tuesday, Ashley Biden expressed her feelings to TODAY's Jenna Bush Hager. 11Ashley Biden spoke in her first-ever TV interviewCredit: NBC 11Joe Biden is set to take office on January 20, 2021Credit: Splash News 11The January 6 insurrection in Washington, DC, has ignited the vetting process of 25,000 National Guard troopsCredit: AP:Associated Press 11Trump supporters are pictured in Washington, DC, on January 6Credit: Reuters 11The Capitol riots led to the deaths of five peopleCredit: Reuters When asked whether she was "scared for the safety of her loved ones," Ashley said: "I think anybody you know that you love who's being threatened, yes, you worry. "However, the Secret Service are incredible. "The violence deeply saddens me. And it causes so much trauma." Ashley admitted her fears following serious security concerns in the aftermath of the deadly US Capitol riots by Trump supporters. The January 6 insurrection in Washington, DC, has ignited the vetting process of...
    Ever since the trade talks around James Harden became real, at least five NBA franchises began analyzing the possible moves. It was obvious that such a huge trade would change dynamics and impact many players. That’s exactly what happened when a 4-team deal took shape and the Rockets finally let loose The Beard. The Rockets received guard Victor Oladipo (Pacers), guard Dante Exum (Cavaliers), and forward Rodions Kurucs (Nets) among a package of future picks. The biggest name in this trade remained the 2x All-Star Oladipo. The Pacers acquired the rights of Caris LeVert in this deal that meant to do better for everyone. Jan 14, 2021; San Antonio, Texas, USA; Houston Rockets guard Sterling Brown (0) drives to the basket against San Antonio Spurs forwards LaMarcus Aldridge (12) and Keldon Johnson (3) in the fourth quarter at AT&T Center. Mandatory Credit: Scott Wachter-USA TODAY Sports Victor Oladipo acknowledged his good old days with the Pacers The Orlando Magic had picked Victor overall #2 in the 2013 NBA Drafts. He enjoyed a decent rookie season and was included in the...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A security guard at the Popeyes on Pulaski Highway in Baltimore was injured during an argument where a person spit in his face, then came back and shot at the restaurant, injuring the security guard Sunday night, police said. Medical personnel said the guard’s injuries came from flying debris from the window shattering, not a gunshot wound. Officers were called to the 3400 block of Pulaski Highway at 9:15 p.m. where they found the security guard, a 35-year-old man, suffering from a graze wound due to gunfire. Police learned the victim and the suspect got into an argument and the suspect spit in the victim’s face before leaving the Popeyes. Moments later, police said the suspect returned in a car circling the parking lot and discharged a firearm into the Popeyes. The security guard was injured and the business’ window was shattered. Anyone with information is urged to contact Southeast District Shooting detectives, at 410-396-2422. Those who wish to remain anonymous can utilize the Metro Crime Stoppers tip line, at 1-866-7LOCKUP.  You can also submit an online...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A security guard at the Popeyes on Pulaski Highway in Baltimore was injured during an argument where a person spit in his face, then came back and shot him Sunday night, police said. Officers were called to the 3400 block of Pulaski Highway at 9:15 p.m. where they found the security guard, a 35-year-old man, suffering from a graze wound due to gunfire. Police learned the victim and the suspect got into an argument and the suspect spit in the victim’s face before leaving the Popeyes. Moments later, police said the suspect returned in a car circling the parking lot and discharged a firearm into the Popeyes. The security guard was injured and the business’ window was shattered. Anyone with information is urged to contact Southeast District Shooting detectives, at 410-396-2422. Those who wish to remain anonymous can utilize the Metro Crime Stoppers tip line, at 1-866-7LOCKUP.  You can also submit an online text tip to Metro Crime Stoppers.
    The Wisconsin Air National Guard pilot who was killed after crashing an F-16 fighter jet in Michigan's Upper Peninsula has been identified as 37-year-old father-of-two Durwood 'Hawk' Jones.  The 115th Fighter Wing revealed the heartbreaking news Friday afternoon, three days after Jones' plane went down in Hiawatha National Forest during a routine training mission.   'Capt. Jones joined the Air National Guard in 2011 and graduated from F-16 basic qualification training in 2015,' the Fighter Wing wrote in a Facebook post beneath two photos with Jones.  One snap showed him with this wife and two young children, while the other featured him holding one of his young sons while dressed in his flying gear.   The Wisconsin Air National Guard pilot who was killed after crashing an F-16 fighter jet in Michigan 's Upper Peninsula has been officially identified as 37-year-old father-of-two Durwood 'Hawk' Jones. He is pictured with his wife and two children   Jones is seen in a recent social media photo holding one of his young sons while dressed in his flying gear The Wisconsin Air National Guard said...
    The Wisconsin Air National Guard pilot who went missing after crashing an F-16 fighter jet in Michigan's Upper Peninsula during a routine training mission has been declared dead.   The pilot's F-16 Fighting Falcon, assigned to the 115th Fighter Wing based in Madison, Wisconsin, had crashed at around 8pm on December 8 in Michigan’s Hiawatha National Forest during a routine training mission.  The Wisconsin Air National Guard said that a multi-state, interagency search for the pilot and aircraft began immediately after the crash.  On Thursday afternoon, however, the National Guard announced that the pilot was dead.  The identity of the pilot has not yet been revealed, per Department of Defense policy regarding the notification of the pilot's relatives.       The Wisconsin Air National Guard said Thursday that the pilot of a F-16 Fighting Falcon (file image) who went missing after crashing into a forest on December 8 is dead RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Navy searches for missing sailor feared to have gone... Pentagon announces plans to withdraw its military support to... Share this...
    Stuart Bee being rescued by the US Coast Guard. US Coast Guard/Crew member aboard the m/v Angeles Stuart Bee, 62, went out for a boat ride off the coast of Florida on Friday but never returned.  He was found on Sunday by the US Coast Guard, clinging to his capsized boat.  The Coast guard said Bee's boat had experienced mechanical issues that left Bee stranded on Saturday.  The boat later filled with water, causing it to capsize just after midnight on Sunday. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A 62-year-old man was found clinging on to his capsized boat by the US Coast Guard off the coast of Florida on Sunday, nearly two days after he set off for a day trip on the water. Stuart Bee was found on Sunday 86 miles off the coast of Port Canaveral in Brevard County, Florida. The US Coast Guard said on Facebook that Bee had set out for a day-long boating trip on Friday morning, but got stuck on the water on Saturday after his 32-foot Sea Ray experienced...
    Newly released video footage showing the aftermath of the deadly Denver Patriot Muster protest shooting has raised questions about who, aside from the unlicensed security guard gunman, was armed after someone was heard shouting: 'He's got magazines.'  Police have said that two guns were recovered from the scene of the shooting outside the Denver Civic Center, where pro-police Patriot Muster supporters faced off with Black Lives Matter and Antifa counter-protesters on Saturday afternoon.  One of those guns is assumed to belong to shooter Matthew Dolloff, who was seen placing his weapon on the ground as he surrendered to police immediately after opening fire on Lee Keltner.  But it remains unclear who the second gun belonged to, as police have declined to say. An affidavit for Dolloff's arrest only mentioned one gun.  Local TV station 9News, which had hired Dolloff to protect its staff covering the protests, released two cellphone videos recorded by its producer on Tuesday which showed the moments before and after the attack.   In the second video someone is heard saying: 'He's got magazines in his coat' as officers...
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