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    Image source: KFOR-TV video screenshot Image source: KFOR-TV video screenshot When the victim tries to get up, the man in the the purple hoodie walks by and kicks the victim in the face; seconds later, the woman in the white tank top walks by and kicks the victim as well. Image source: KFOR-TV video screenshot Image source: Twitter video screenshot via @OKCPD The woman in the red tank top doesn't appear to do anything to the victim as she walks by. \u201cWe need to identify these people today.\n\nA brutal attack on an elderly man that sends him to the hospital, and the crime is caught on tape. \n\nThis is absolutely uncalled for and we need your help.\n\n\ud83d\udcbb: https://t.co/YVxGWebSAS\n\ud83d\udcf1: (405) 235-7300\u201d — Oklahoma City Police (@Oklahoma City Police) 1663424979 Master Sgt. Jennifer Wardlow with the Oklahoma City Police called it a "vicious attack" and "seemingly unprovoked," KFOR reported. Wardlow told the station police are "confident that someone is going to recognize these individuals." What happened to the victim? Authorities said the...
    (CNN)Police in Columbus, Ohio, have released body camera video that shows a police officer fatally shooting an unarmed Black man in his bed. Donovan Lewis, 20, died Tuesday after being shot by Columbus Police Officer Ricky Anderson, a 30-year veteran with the Columbus Division of Police assigned to the K9 Unit, according to a police statement. During a news conference Tuesday, Columbus Police Chief Elaine Bryant said the shooting happened around 2 a.m. Tuesday at an apartment building where uniformed officers were serving a felony warrant for domestic violence and assault and improper handling of a firearm. Police did not say who the warrant was for. Read More "The officers knocked on the door for several minutes ... acknowledging themselves as Columbus Police officers," Bryant said. Police body camera video shows them knocking and calling out to occupants repeatedly for more than eight minutes. They called for "Donovan" by name several times. The Jayland Walker shooting revives debate about how police interact with Black people. Here are other high-profile casesEventually, a man came to the door and was taken into...
    When police arrived at the hotel, the suspect refused to answer the door. Authorities forced their way into the hotel room. Inside they found Hernandez and the child. "Officers spoke to management. Management informed officers that they rented a room at approximately 7:30 to the suspect," stated Police Chief Troy Finner. Finner stated that Lincy appeared to be okay. She was taken to a local hospital to be evaluated. Oneida Hernandez, Guity's mother, stated that she saw a video of the suspect luring Guity into his vehicle with a cat, reported KPRC-TV. She stated, "Give him the maximum time for taking my daughter." "The suspect is in custody. I want to say that he did put up a little bit of a resistance before they took him into custody," said Finner. At this time, authorities do not believe that there is a connection between Hernandez and the child. Hernandez has been arrested and booked into jail. He was charged with aggravated kidnapping, super aggravated sexual assault of a child, intent to inflict bodily injury, and intent to terrorize....
    CAMARILLO, Calif. (KABC) -- A 25-year-old man faces murder charges after his mother's remains were found in a dumpster at an apartment complex in Camarillo, the Ventura County Sheriff's Office said.David Hoetzlein is accused of killing his mother, 62-year-old Tomoko Hoetzlein, and dismembering her body before dumping her remains in a Las Positas Apartments complex dumpster, near the apartment where both lived together.Deputies assigned to the Camarillo Police Department responded to the 300 block of Townsite Promenade just before 7 a.m. to a "suspicious circumstances" call, and found the human remains prompting an immediate investigation by the sheriff's department and Ventura County Medical Examiner's Office.Hoetzlein, who was alone in his apartment, was detained following a search warrant execution. Investigators say that evidence located during the investigation connected Hoetzlein to his mother's murder.MORE: 1 person detained after human remains found inside dumpster at Camarillo apartment complexHoetzlein was booked into the Pre-Trial Detention Facility in Ventura County on murder charges, where is he currently being held in lieu of a $3 million bail.The investigation is ongoing, and officials say this was an...
    A 25-YEAR-old has been arrested after his mother’s dismembered body was found in a dumpster at the apartment complex where they lived in California. The suspect, David M. Hoetzlein, was taken into custody on Saturday by the Ventura County Sheriff in connection with his mother’s death.  2The remains of a 62-year-old woman were discovered in a dumpster on Friday, and now her son has been arrested in connection with the death 2The woman's 25-year-old son was taken into custody in Ventura County on Saturday in connection with her death Hoetzlein was arrested one day after local authorities discovered the dismembered body of his mother, 62-year-old Tomoko Hoetzlein, the VC Star reported. Tomoko’s dead body was found by law enforcement on Friday morning after receiving reports about human remains at the complex.  Hoetzlein was quickly identified by authorities as a suspect in his mother’s death in the city of Camarillo. Read More NewsRITZY FRITZ Inside American Pickers star Frank's $1M fortune featuring 40 motorcycles SHOPPING SECRETS I'm a shopping expert - how to get incredible deals at Harris Teeter Since...
    CORONA, Queens (WABC) -- Police are investigating after the body of a 35-year-old man was found in Queens.He was found inside a building on 40 Road Tuesday in Corona.Officials say the man had severe trauma to his torso.The medical examiner is working to determine the exact cause of death.ALSO READ | 4 arrested during Memorial Day weekend impaired driving crackdownEMBED More News Videos Police in Suffolk County are making an example of drivers who should not be on the road. ----------* More Queens news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app for breaking news alerts * Follow us on YouTube Submit a News Tip
    FLUSHING, Queens (WABC) -- A man was stabbed to death by a suspect that broke into a second-floor apartment Sunday in Queens.The incident happened just after 2 a.m. at 57th Road in Flushing.Police said a 35-year-old suspect broke into the second-floor apartment from the balcony.A couple inside was awaken by the intruder, who stabbed a 35-year-old man multiple times.He was pronounced dead by police.ALSO READ | Why a New Jersey teacher has kept an empty chair in his classroom for 52 yearsEMBED More News Videos It only takes five minutes to hear how loved and respected Mr. Gill is at Glenfield Middle School. The victim's wife then ran out of the apartment for help.Responding officers saw the suspect climbing down the balcony of the apartment.The suspect also tried to gain entry to a third-floor apartment by climbing up the balcony, but was not able to get in.Police used a taser on the man and took him into custody.They say he may have been under the influence of drugs.Charges against the suspect are pending.This is breaking news. This story will be...
    A 41-year-old Prince William man was arrested for physically assaulting an 18-year-old woman who was also his relative, authorities said.  Marc Hickman, of Woodbridge, assaulted the woman after the two got into a fight at an apartment in the 15000 block of Sunny Ridge Court on the morning of Tuesday, May 10, Prince William County Police said.  Hickman allegedly pushed the woman before grabbing her neck during the altercation, police said. He then physically prevented the woman from contacting police by taking her phone.  The woman eventually separated herself and run out of the apartment, police said. She reported minor injuries to police. Hickman was later arrested and charged accordingly police said. 
    Pedro Cintron, 55, has been named as a 'person of interest' in the shooting of 51-year-old Migdalia Ortega, believed to be his girlfriend, and her 48-year-old neighbor. Ortega died, and the neighbor is in a critical but stable condition Police in New York on Monday named a 55-year-old man as a person of interest in the fatal shooting of a veteran civilian employee of the NYPD, who died in what is believed to be a domestic dispute. Migdalia Ortega, 51, was shot in the head inside a Queens apartment building on Monday, with the gunman also wounding her neighbor, 48, twice in the torso when she rushed in to help.  NYPD later issued a request for help in tracking down Pedro Cintron, who reports suggested was Ortega's boyfriend. They said he was 'being sought for information in connection to an ongoing homicide investigation within the confines of the 104 Precinct.'  The gunman fled the scene in a car after both women were shot around 8:15am inside a third-floor residence on Fresh Pond Road in Ridgewood. NYPD released this image of Cintron and...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Two people, including a UIC student about to graduate, were found dead inside an Edgewater apartment building a day apart, with Chicago police investigating if the deaths are linked.Police said they found a woman unresponsive in a residence in an apartment building in the 1000-block of West Bryn Mawr with a gunshot wound to the head Monday afternoon.She was pronounced at the scene. The Cook County Medical Examiner's Office identified her as 23-year-old Brittany Nicole Kinlow.Kinlow's aunt said she was a music major at UIC and was just days away from her May 9 graduation."Our hearts are torn to pieces," her aunt said in a social media post.On Tuesday, a 22-year-old man was found unresponsive inside the same apartment building. Details on the circumstances of the man's death were not immediately available.Police are conducting a death investigation into the man's death and a homicide investigation into Kinlow's death. Area Three Detectives are still investigating if the two incidents are related.A woman found shot to death in an apartment in Edgewater was just days away from graduating from...
    MESA, Ariz. (AP) — A suspect has been arrested in connection with two cold cases that occurred more than three decades ago in the same Mesa apartment complex, police said Tuesday. They said 58-year-old Thomas Davis Cox is being held on a $1 million cash bond after being indicted on 16 counts in the cases including suspicion of first-degree murder, sexual assault, burglary and kidnapping. Court records show 22-year-old Susan Amy Morse was found dead in her apartment in October 1989. Police said the woman had been sexually molested and died from asphyxiation. (credit: Getty Images) In November 1990, police said a man broke into the same apartment complex and sexually assaulted a 23-year-old woman who lived there. She survived the attack and the suspect stole cash and a VCR from the victim’s apartment before fleeing the scene, according to authorities. Police said Cox recently was connected to both cases by DNA and fingerprint analysis. They said Cox was found to be living in Colorado Springs, Colorado and was extradited to Phoenix. It was unclear Tuesday if Cox has a...
    Several suspects remain on the loose after New York City police said the crew attacked a 64-year-old man entering a Bronx apartment and zip-tied and duct-taped him and a 60-year-old woman inside before making off with a safe and other stolen items, according to reports. The robbery happened at about 5:45 p.m. on April 14 in an apartment building near Valentine Avenue and East Burnside Avenue in the Bronx’s Fordham neighborhood, the New York City Police Department’s (NYPD) Crime Stoppers said in a tweet. Watch Below:  WANTEDfor a Robbery in the vicinity of Valentine Avenue and East Burnside Avenue #fordham #bronx On 4/14/22 @ 5:45 PM Reward up to $3500 Seen them? Know who they are? Call 1-800-577-TIPS or DM us! Calls are CONFIDENTIAL! #YourCityYourCall pic.twitter.com/iyFw1Ax56Y — NYPD Crime Stoppers (@NYPDTips) April 19, 2022 Crime Stoppers released surveillance video of the beginning of the incident, which appears to show a suspect in a construction vest looking on as the man works to open the apartment door. Video shows that once the door opens, the suspect in the construction vest pounces,...
    MAPLE SHADE, N.J. (CBS) — Authorities are investigating a deadly double shooting at a Burlington County apartment complex. Police were called to the Fox Meadow Apartments in Maple Shade around 3:30 a.m. Friday. The body of 27-year-old Maurice Kobassic was found near the entrance to an apartment. A 26-year-old man, who was shot in the face, is hospitalized in critical condition. So far, there is no motive and no one has been arrested.
    WILLIAMSBURG, Brooklyn (WABC) -- Police are searching for the man who fired a shot through an apartment door in Brooklyn.It happened on Monday at 12:18 a.m. near South 3rd Street and Havemeyer Street in Williamsburg.Three men entered the building, but one went on to the fourth floor.Video shows the man knocking on the door of the apartment and then moments later firing a shot through the door.The round entered the apartment, where a 23-year-old man and an 18-year-old man were home at the time.The bullet was recovered from the upper part of a couch.The three men then took off from the building on foot.Anyone with information in regard to this incident is asked to call the NYPD's Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782).ALSO READ | Quick thinking 3rd-grade teacher in NJ saves 9-year-old boy from choking on bottle capEMBED More News Videos Nine-year-old Robert was in math class when he needed a spit of water. He tried to take the cap off with his teeth, and that's when he started choking. Toni Yates has more...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- A couple was found dead in their Uptown apartment after a well-being check Sunday night, Chicago police said.Officers responded to the Wilson Yard senior housing complex in the 1000-block of West Montrose Avenue at about 8:30 p.m. After getting access to the unit with the help of an onsite maintenance worker, police said officers found a 79-year-old man and 61-year-old woman in the bedroom dead.Police said the woman had what appeared to be a gunshot wound to the side of the head and the man sustained trauma to the face.Authorities have not released the identities of the victims.No one is in custody and Area Three detectives are investigating.
    LONG BEACH, Calif. (KABC) -- A $10,000 reward is expected to be announced Tuesday in connection to a Long Beach crash that killed a man and his 3-year-old daughter.Long Beach police say Octavio Montano, 24, was driving a 2014 Ram 1500 pickup truck last month when he lost control and crashed into an apartment building, killing the 42-year-old dad and little girl sleeping inside.Montano allegedly ran away from the scene after the collision.RELATED: Long Beach PD identify suspect accused of killing dad, daughter when truck crashed into homeEMBED More News Videos A 3-year-old Long Beach girl and her father were killed when the hit-and-run driver, identified as 24-year-old Octavio Montano, slammed into their apartment, according to police. A warrant is out for Montano's arrest.The $10,000 reward is expected to be approved by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.
    BENSONHURST, Brooklyn (WABC) -- A 43-year-old man was found fatally shot in the lobby of an apartment building in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn.Police were called to the location at around 11:30 p.m. Thursday.The victim was taken to Maimonides Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead.The identity of the deceased is pending proper family notification.The motive for shooting is unknown.Investigators are searching for three men who fled in a four-door sedan southbound on Bay Parkway.ALSO READ: Suspect in 87-year-old grandmother's shove death surrenders to NYPDEMBED More News Videos A woman wanted for allegedly shoving a beloved grandmother who later died from her injuries surrendered to police Tuesday. ----------* More Brooklyn news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app for breaking news alerts * Follow us on YouTube Submit a News Tip
    MARTINEZ — After nearly 42 years, hundreds of house of police work, and the arrest of a suspect linked via a new method of DNA matching, the book is closed on one of Antioch’s most notorious murders. On Tuesday afternoon, after a half-day of deliberations, a Contra Costa jury convicted Mitchell Lynn Bacom of murdering 14-year-old Suzanne Bombardier. Bacom, 67, now faces a sentenced of life without the possibility of parole, which he’ll likely receive later this year. On the early morning of June 22, 1980, Bacom kidnapped Suzanne from her sisters home while babysitting her nieces. He sexually assaulted her, stabbed her once in the heart, then dumped her body in the Antioch River, where it was found five days later. Suzanne was an honor student, who brought her sewing kit with her the night of June 21, 1980, to make outfits for her nieces’ Barbie dolls. Her disappearance wasn’t realized until the following morning, when her sister made breakfast and called for Suzanne to come to the table. Suzanne was abducted between 1:30 a.m. and 4 a.m. on...
    NORTHRIDGE, Calif. (KABC) -- A 31-year-old man was found fatally shot inside an apartment near Cal State Northridge, prompting a search for a man who lives at the location and was identified as the suspect, authorities said.The incident occurred at a Dearborn Street apartment building across the street from the CSUN campus, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.The victim, who has not been publicly identified, is not believed to have been a student at the university, investigators said.Officers responded to the scene shortly after 12 a.m. Friday and found the deceased victim inside the apartment unit. The LAPD homicide detective who is leading the investigation said the victim did not live at the apartment but was visiting at the time of the shooting.According to police, the suspect opened fire amid some sort of argument and the fled. His identity is known to authorities but has not been released.
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – A man was shot and killed in an apartment in Northridge in the early morning hours Friday. March 11, 2022. (CBSLA) The shooting was reported at 12:30 a.m. in the 18400 block of Dearborn Street, a few blocks from Cal State University, Northridge. Los Angeles police responded to find a 31-year-old man shot to death in a room inside an apartment. His name was not immediately released. The suspect, believed to be a 26-year-old man, is at large. “Apparently the victim was here visiting, for one reason or another the suspect became upset with him and shot him,” LAPD Det. Steve Castro said. It’s unclear if the suspect was a CSUN student. “It’s just a dispute and something that really wasn’t even necessary, absolutely not,” Castro added. There was no word on what motivated the shooting or the circumstances that lead up to it.
    An apparently speeding pickup truck slammed into an apartment complex in North Long Beach Tuesday night, March 1, killing a father and his 3-year-old daughter who were inside, police said, with the suspect fleeing on foot. Police were searching for the driver of a 2014 Dodge Ram truck, described as a man about 20 to 25 years old. Police had the truck. He was traveling north in the 6600 block of Rose Avenue, just north of Artesia Boulevard, when, for unknown reasons, he veered off of the street, police said. The pickup crashed into the complex and struck multiple people inside at about 10 p.m., police said. It wasn’t immediately clear how many others were injured. The truck ended up partially inside one of the downstairs units. Officers and good Samaritans attempted to help the victims until paramedics arrived, police said. The father, Jose Palacios Gonzalez, 42, died at the scene. His daughter, whose name had not been released yet by authorities, died at a hospital. Eduardo Caballero, who lives in the neighborhood and was studying in his car Tuesday...
    A father and his 3-year-old daughter were killed Tuesday night after a pickup truck crashed into a Long Beach apartment building, authorities said. Long Beach police responded about 10 p.m. to reports of a vehicle crashed into a building around Artesia Boulevard and Rose Avenue, the department said in a news release. Officers found a 2014 Dodge Ram embedded in an apartment building in the 6200 block of Rose Avenue. Multiple residents inside the building were injured in the crash, police said. First responders arrived and pronounced a 42-year-old man dead at the scene, police said. His 3-year-old daughter was taken to a local hospital, where she died from her injuries. Their names have not been released pending notification of family, officials said. A preliminary investigation found the truck was speeding north on Rose Avenue when it left the road and struck the apartment building, police said. Authorities are searching for the driver, described as a man approximately 20 to 25 years old, who fled the scene on foot. Speed is “believed to be a factor in the collision,”...
    MCKEESPORT (KDKA) — Two people are in critical condition following a late-night shooting at a McKeesport apartment complex. According to the Allegheny County Police Department, 911 dispatchers were notified of a shooting at the Hi-View Gardens complex along 6th Street just before midnight on Monday night. (Photo Credit: KDKA Photojournalist Brian Smithmyer) When first responders arrived at the scene, they found a 22-year-old man and a 21-year-old man, both who had been shot inside an apartment. Both men were taken to area hospitals and were last listed in critical condition. Police say a man was detained at the scene. It’s unclear what charges he may be facing, if any. County homicide detectives are investigating. Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call the County Police Tip Line at 1-833-ALL-TIPS. Stay with KDKA for more on this developing story. 
    EAST HARLEM, Manhattan (WABC) -- Family and friends mourn the loss of a young single mother with a memorial outside of her East Harlem home Sunday afternoon.Thirty-five-year-old Nisaa Walcott's body was found in a plastic storage container on in the Bronx Friday."I can't explain the scream that came from the pit of my stomach and I collapsed," said Walcott's sister-in-law Angie Johnson. "We have children in the house, they started crying."Walcott's brother, Eugene Butler said he last spoke with his sister on February 14.But then Butler started receiving strange texts from her phone.He was convinced it wasn't Walcott sending them."No matter what she was going through, she always picks up the phone for me," said Butler.On February 16 another odd text was sent to Walcott's son telling the teenager that she was going away for business and that she was leaving Khalid Barrow in charge.But Johnson said Walcott would have never left her son."I remember when she gave birth to him she told me that that would be her one and only child and that was her one, her only,"...
    A man is being held on a $1.2 million bond for allegedly strangling a 19-year-old Houston woman, dismembering and hiding her body, and trying to burn his apartment down in a failed suicide attempt. Henry David Cossette, 28, was booked Monday in the Harris County Jail for allegedly murdering 19-year-old Sara Goodwin, who has been missing since February 6, KPRC reported, citing court documents. “Cosette was also charged with arson and tampering with evidence – human corpse, according to court documents,” the outlet writes. “His bond has been set at $1,200,000.” Goodwin was last seen on February 6 in the 8600 block of South Course Drive, the Houston Police Department (HPD) said in a press release. Goodwin’s friend, Jessica Finn, told KHOU that the 19-year-old was a sex worker but noted she was a caring sister. “She has a 15-year-old brother that she will die for… that she basically raises,” Finn said. Henry David Cossette (Houston Police Department) On Saturday, Houston police and firefighters responded to an apartment fire that was “intentionally” set, the HPD’s press release states. “Cossette was...
    A New Mexico man was convicted Tuesday of raping and murdering a 79-year-old grandmother in the bedroom of her Anaheim apartment, a year after his DNA and genetic profile tied him to the decades-old cold case slaying. An Orange County Superior Court jury deliberated for around three hours before finding Andre William Lepere, now 64, guilty of first-degree murder for the 1980 killing of Viola Hagenkord, with jurors also finding true a sentencing enhancement for the slaying occurring during the commission of a rape. He was 22 years old at the time. Lepere didn’t dispute that semen collected in a rape kit decades ago proved he had sex with the woman more than 50 years his senior within 24 hours of her violent death. But Lepere testified that his sexual encounters with the elderly woman were consensual, and denied on the stand that he sexually assaulted or killed her. Deputy District Attorney Christopher Alex during closing arguments in the trial described Lepere’s story as “ridiculous” and like “something out of a stupid letter to Penthouse.” Hagenkord was born in 1900,...
    SHEEPSHEAD BAY, Brooklyn (WABC) -- The search is on for three people who robbed and shot a man in his Brooklyn apartment.According to police, a woman came to the door of the 39-year-old man's apartment on Voorhies Avenue in Sheepshead Bay around 2 p.m. on Saturday and told the victim that he didn't pay his monthly dues.When the victim opened the door, two men forced their way into the apartment with guns.A struggle ensued and the victim was shot in the leg.The men then tied the victim's wrist with zip ties and made off with $1,600 worth of property including a Rolex watch, and iPhone and numerous credit cards.RELATED | Man stabbed inside Kew Gardens, Queens subway station during attempted robberyEMBED More News Videos Marcus Solis reports from Queens where a man was stabbed in the latest incidence of violence inside the subway system. Police released photos of the suspects they are looking for.The female suspect is described as 5'7'' with a full-figured build. She was last seen wearing a blue denim jacket, black shirt, blue jeans and black and...
    GLENDALE (CBSLA) – While people across Los Angeles were cheering the Rams on during Sunday’s Super Bowl, police said one man went on a crime spree, getting arrested three times in one day. 47-year-old James Langdon. (credit: Glendale Police Dept.) READ MORE: CSU Chancellor Joseph Castro Resigns After Harassment Case Questions AriseInstead of enjoying the game himself, 47-year-old James Langdon was running around Glendale wrapping up a 16 hour long crime spree, where he was arrested three separate times and released the first two times. In all, Glendale Police had to respond three separate times to Langdon’s escalating crimes. “It is frustrating,” said Glendale Police Sgt. Christian Hauptmann. It started at Colorado and Louise Streets, when officers said they saw Langdon pacing around a parking lot at three in the morning and darting through a crosswalk against a red light. They said he ran from officers and struggled with them, which was when he was arrested for obstructing. The 47-year-old then said he was hurt and he was taken to a hospital. “A couple of hours after that,...
    A New Mexico man on trial for the 1980 rape and killing of a 79-year-old Anaheim grandmother testified Wednesday to having what he described as consensual sex with the elderly woman when he was in his early 20s, but denied playing any role in her sexual assault or slaying. Viola Hagenkord, 79 was found dead in her Anaheim apartment on February 18, 1980. After 41 years, Anaheim police announced on April 30, 2021 that detectives arrested a man suspected in her killing. (Courtesy of Anaheim Police Department)  Andre William Lepere, now 64, was arrested last year after DNA evidence found on Viola Hagenkord’s body was linked to him through genetic profiles in genealogy databases. The DNA evidence – which came from semen collected in a rape kit during the initial investigation of the more than 40-year old killing – showed that Lepere, then 22, had sex with Hagenkord within 24 hours of her slaying, a fact acknowledged by both the prosecution and defense. Lepere’s sister lived at the same Anaheim apartment complex as Hagenkord, and Lepere testified that he would...
    ALLENTOWN, Pa. (CBS) — A man is in the hospital after South Whitehall Township police said he was stabbed near Allentown. This happened Sunday morning around 9:20 a.m. According to authorities, officers found a 52-year-old man outside an apartment with multiple stab wounds. Details are limited at this time, but there have been no arrests. CBS3 has reached out for more on his condition.
    Jaxon Sales, 20, was found dead on March 2 in the home of an unnamed, 41-year-old white man, in San Francisco Forty-thousand people are demanding a full investigation into the suspicious death of a young Asian gay man whose family fear may have been killed during a blind date hook-up in March 2020, but whose death was overlooked by the authorities.  Jaxon Sales, 20, was found dead on March 2 in the home of an unnamed, 41-year-old white man, in San Francisco.  Police have not publicly shared the exact location of where he was found but they have said it was in the 300 block of Fremont Street which is an upscale neighborhood of high-rise offices and apartment buildings, a stone's throw from Google's San Francisco office.   The pair had met up the previous night for a date. Jaxon's family say he texted them telling them he was coming home that night but never did.  The white man, who has never been named publicly, told police that Jaxon was snoring at 6.30am, when he woke up, but was dead by...
    ANTIOCH (CBS SF) — Police in Antioch on Sunday announced a suspect has been arrested in connection with a double homicide after his teenage son and girlfriend were found dead at their apartment. According to a press statement posted on the Antioch Police Department’s Facebook page, on Saturday at approximately 8:18 p.m., police dispatch received a request for a welfare check at a home on the 2100 block of Lemontree Way after a concerned citizen calling saying they had not seen or heard from their neighbor in several days. READ MORE: 8 People Injured in Multi-Vehicle Collision in OakleyOfficers arrived at the apartment in question minutes later. After there was no response at the front door, officers looked through the window and could see an unresponsive Black 15-year-old juvenile on the floor of the home. Officers forced their entry into the apartment out of concern for the teen’s life and discovered he was deceased. Police said a search for other occupants inside the apartment revealed a 30-year-old female deceased in an upstairs room. Both victims had suffered from obvious trauma...
    ANTIOCH (CBS SF) — Police in Antioch on Sunday announced a suspect has been arrested in connection with a double homicide that left his teenage son and girlfriend dead. According to a press statement posted on the Antioch Police Department’s Facebook page, on Saturday at approximately 8:18 p.m., police dispatch received a request for a welfare check at a home on the 2100 block of Lemontree Way after a concerned citizen calling saying they had not seen or heard from their neighbor in several days. READ MORE: Palo Alto Police Seek Suspected Car Burglars, Including One Who Shot at ResidentOfficers arrived at the apartment in question minutes later. After there was no response at the front door, officers looked through the window and could see an unresponsive Black 15-year-old juvenile on the floor of the home. Officers forced their entry into the apartment out of concern for the teen’s life and discovered he was deceased. Police said a search for other occupants inside the apartment revealed a 30-year-old female deceased in an upstairs room. Both victims had suffered from obvious...
    ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. (WLS) -- A person is in custody after a multi-unit apartment complex fire in Arlington Heights early Friday morning.SEE ALSO | Deadly Philadelphia fire may have been started by child playing with lighter, warrant saysThe 80-year-old man lived inside the first-floor apartment unit where the fire is believed to have originated, the Arlington Heights Police Department said. He was taken into custody after making statements about the fire to police.No one was killed or injured in the fire, but about one-third of the building was left uninhabitable, police said.Arlington Heights fire and police departments responded the fire at 400 West Rand Road at about 12:22 a.m. Friday morning. While first responders were unable to make entry into the specific unit where the fire was centered due to heavy smoke and flames, they conducted an expedited evacuation of the remainder of the building, including each of the other 95 individual apartments.Most residents were allowed to return to their homes. The Red Cross was has provided support services for those who were displaced.The fire remains under investigation.
    (CBS DETROIT) – A suspect accused of killing his wife and her 13-year-old daughter was shot and killed by Detroit Police. According to Chief James White, Dwayne McDonald was hiding inside in an apartment on Owen Street near Woodward, when police conducted a raid to find him. READ MORE: Michigan Reports 25,858 New COVID-19 Cases, 338 Deaths“Mr. Mcdonald was at this residence with a handicap citizen,” said Chief White. “Also in the apartment, and another subject, that was in the location who was instrumental in providing us information to the whereabouts of Mr. McDonald.” Police say they were executing a search warrant Tuesday at the Saint Rita Apartments. McDonald allegedly fired his gun at officers, after they knocked on the door and entered the apartment. Police then returned fire, killing the 62-year-old man. “The officers attempted to make access to one of the apartments where they were greeted by Mr. McDonald who was armed,” White said. McDonald was wanted for double murder. READ MORE: Detroit Police Search For Man Accused Of Assaulting Wayne County EmployeeHe allegedly shot and killed his wife...
    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – An argument between two men in Aurora led to a deadly shooting on Christmas. Aurora police responded to a call about the shooting at the Chelsea Park Village Apartments on Oakland Street at around 6:30 p.m. Investigators say they found a 35-year-old man who had been shot. He was taken to a hospital where he died. A 33-year-old man believed to have shot the victim stayed at the scene and is cooperating with investigators, they say. (credit: CBS) Police believe the two men knew each other and started arguing first before they both pulled out a firearm, and one shot the other. “Detectives are actively working to determine who the primary aggressor is and the circumstances leading up to the shots being fired, but no arrests have been made at this moment. This investigation is ongoing. There is no threat to the public,” APD said in a news release. Further information about the two men was not released. Anyone with more information about the men or the shooting is asked to call the Metro Denver Crime Stoppers...
    STATEN ISLAND, New York (WABC) -- An investigation is underway after a man was found dead inside an apartment building on Staten Island Christmas morning.Police say they received calls for a disorderly person at 1950 Clove Road around 7:15 a.m.When police arrived, they found EMS giving emergency care to an unconscious 36-year-old man on the second-floor hallway.He was pronounced dead by EMS.ALSO READ | Woman grabbed from behind and attacked on New York City subway platformEMBED More News Videos Jim Dolan interviews a woman who recounts a violent attack on the Herald Square subway platform that left her badly beaten. In addition, police say a 32-year-old man walked out of an apartment covered in blood with a cut to the face.He was taken into police custody for questioning.According to police sources, there were multiple calls for a 36-year-old banging on doors with a knife in the hallway of the building.They say he was able to enter the 32-year-old's apartment. Police believe the door was unlocked.The two began to fight and police sources say the 32-year-old apparently choked the 36-year-old to...
    MORRIS HEIGHTS, Bronx (WABC) -- Police are looking for a man who posed as a UPS delivery man and his accomplice in a Bronx home invasion robbery in which four people, including two young children, were zip-tied.It happened around 5 p.m. Monday inside an apartment on Billingsley Terrace in the Morris Heights section, and authorities are hoping surveillance video of the assailants will lead to arrests.Police say the 60-year-old female victim answered the door for who appeared to be a delivery person holding a box.ALSO READ | NYC omicron surge to last 'a matter of weeks,' mayor saysEMBED More News Videos Sonia Rincon reports on the rise in COVID cases in New York City from Times Square. The individual at the door, who stated he worked for UPS, was wearing a brown winter hat with "UPS" on the front.When the victim opened the door, the individual pushed her inside the apartment and revealed that he had a silver revolver inside of the box.After he gained entry, the second individual joined him.At gunpoint, they demanded that the woman, her 63-year-old husband,...
    CHELSEA (CBS) — A woman was stabbed to death in at the Parkside Commons apartment complex in Chelsea. A man who also lived at the same address is hospitalized with serious injuries. The complex has two buildings, so it is unknown which building this incident took place. Chelsea Police say they were called to the complex at around 4:30 p.m. on Saturday. They then found a 48-year-old woman dead inside her apartment. Police also said a 48-year-old man who lived in the apartment with the woman was seriously injured and taken to a nearby hospital. There is no official word yet on what their exact relationship to each other was or their  names. Police did say this was an isolated incident and that other residents in the building are not at risk. The Suffolk County District Attorney’s office is now handling the case, which is still under an active investigation.
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A 39-year-old man was shot once in the head and killed Friday night inside a  North Philadephia apartment, police say. The shooting occurred around 6 p.m. on the 3100 block of North Broad Street. The victim was pronounced dead on the scene at 5:57 p.m. Police say they’ve arrested a 35-year-old woman in connection to the shooting and a weapon was recovered. For a list of gun violence resources in Philadelphia, click here
    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A man and two children were fatally shot at an apartment complex in Columbus in what a detective called “a targeted assassination,” prompting an intensive police search Wednesday for the suspects. Police Chief Elaine Bryant urged people who know what happened to come forward. The shooting took place early Tuesday night on the city’s southeast side. READ MORE: 4 WVU Students Referred To Office Of Student Conduct For False Online PostsThe three victims were seated in a vehicle when two armed suspects approached and opened fire “without any apparent warning or provocation,” police said. Police say a third suspect drove the shooters away. The victims were identified by police as 22-year-old Charles Wade, 9-year-old Demitrius Wall’neal, and 6-year-old Londynn Wall’neal. The children were siblings; police haven’t said what their connection to Wade was. “There’s a mother now that will have to go on in her life with two young babies that she no longer gets to raise,” assistant police chief LaShanna Potts said. The evidence shows it wasn’t a random act, said Terry Kelly, the Columbus...
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- A man was found guilty of assaulting and murdering his live-in girlfriend's 2-year-old son at their Los Angeles apartment in 2015.The verdict came down just after 3 p.m. on Wednesday after hours of deliberations. Ronald Salmond was found guilty of second degree murder and child assault.Deputy District Attorney Jon Hatami told the panel in his closing argument that Salmond "beat Elijah to death,'' with defense attorney Angela Cheung countering that the prosecution had failed to prove its case.Salmond, who is now 31 years old, was charged with one count each of murder and assault on a child causing death involving the boy, who died June 12, 2015, less than eight hours after the defendant made a 911 call reporting that the boy was choking and not breathing.The boy had been left in Salmond's care along with his 4-year-old sister by their mother while she was away from the home for an appointment that afternoon.An autopsy determined that the boy had suffered multiple traumatic injuries, according to records from the coroner's office.Salmond was arrested by Los Angeles...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A 72-year-old man died after a fire at his Woodlawn apartment Sunday morning. Baltimore County Fire units responded to an apartment at Charing Martin Court around 9:10 a.m. for a reported fire, where responders found Mark Emmanuel Davis dead in his kitchen. Investigators believe Davis was cooking and no foul play is suspected. There was minimal fire damage, officials said. The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner will determine the cause of death.
    HARLEM, Manhattan (WABC) -- An elderly veteran who served in the Korean War is speaking out after he became the victim of a terrifying armed robbery in his own home.Walter White spent five years with the 82nd Airborne serving his country during the war.The 91-year-old has jumped out of a plane 33 times, but this weekend, he found himself looking at the wrong end of a gun."Almost take your breath from you, thinking if he's going to pull that trigger or not," White said.It happened Saturday morning on Edgecombe Avenue in Harlem.White had just finished taking a shower when he answered a knock on his door. He thought it was the super responding to a leak. Instead, an armed gunman walked in and demanded his cash."He said 'I heard you have a lot of money,'" White said. "I said 'What? Money?' I said come on."The heartless criminal swiped the victim's cellphone and more than $250 meant for White's niece.Police believe a second man kept watch outside."This was the first time I was robbed in my life," White said.White moved into...
    UPPER WEST SIDE, Manhattan (WABC) -- Two people are dead after a fire in a fourth floor apartment on Manhattan's Upper West Side.It broke out around 11:30 p.m. Wednesday at 216 West 62nd Street.Firefighters arrived to find smoke filling the fourth floor.The victims, a 44-year-old man and a 70-year-old woman, were found in one of the apartments.Firefighters tried to revive one of the victims but were unable to do so.Other people in the building were treated for smoke inhalation, but officials say the fire was contained to that one unit.The victims are likely a mother and son. Their names have not been released, as police are still working to notify family members.The fire has been ruled accidental, likely electrical, but the cause is still under investigation.RELATED | Woman shoved onto subway tracks during robbery in ManhattanEMBED More News Videos A 31-year-old woman was robbed of her wallet and shoved onto subway tracks during a robbery at 7th Avenue station in Midtown Wednesday. ----------* Get Eyewitness News Delivered * More Manhattan news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app...
    UPPER MANHATTAN (WABC) -- A 90-year-old man was robbed inside his apartment after two armed men knocked on his front door in Manhattan Saturday.Police said the victim was inside his unit in a building near West 145th Street and Edgecombe Avenue in Upper Manhattan just after 8 a.m. when he heard a knock at the door.When he opened the door, one of the suspects pulled out a gun and demanded money and the victim's cellphone while the other suspect stayed at the front of the apartment and acted as a lookout.The victim handed the phone and $270 in cash over before they left.The 90-year-old man was not hurt.Police said he had just moved into the apartment eight days ago and is a veteran of the Korean War.Police are asking anyone with information to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477).2021 TCS NYC MARATHON: Albert Korir, Peres Jepchirchir win NYC marathonEMBED More News Videos Albert Korir of Kenya won the New York City Marathon men's race, two years after coming in second ----------* Get Eyewitness News Delivered * More Manhattan news* Send...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A child is dead and a man is in critical condition after a fire in the Bronx. The FDNY says firefighters were sent to an apartment building on East 135th Street between Alexander and Lincoln avenues in Mott Haven around 5:15 p.m. Friday for a report of a fire in a compactor chute. READ MORE: Detective Shot While Trying To Serve Search Warrant In Long Branch, Suspect Barricaded In HomePolice say smoke went into a hallway, where a 32-year-old man and a 6-year-old boy were found unconscious. The 6-year-old was pronounced dead at Harlem Hospital. The 32-year-old was last reported to be in critical condition. READ MORE: New York City Eager To Welcome Back International Tourists As Recovery From Pandemic ContinuesEight people suffered non-life-threatening injuries, and two firefighters suffered minor injuries. It took crews about two hours to get the fire under control. MORE NEWS: Multiple Bomb Threats Called Into Yale University CampusThe cause of the fire is under investigation.