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    Police on Long Island are seeking the public's help identifying four women who allegedly attacked a store employee with a chemical spray and then stole vape pens. The incident took place in Inwood around 5:50 p.m., on Wednesday, Aug. 31. According to detectives, four suspects entered the Fazieah Smoke Shop located at 2 Sheridan Boulevard, approached the clerk, and began asking questions about certain products.   As the male clerk, age 22, turned back toward the front, two women sprayed him in the face with an unknown liquid that caused severe pain and burning, police said.  At that time without permission, the four suspects removed approximately 25 Air Bar vape pens valued at approximately $250 and fled the scene northbound on Sheridan Boulevard, police added. An investigation determined the suspects continued to E. Carvel Place and into Inwood Park. The suspects are described as being three Black females approximately 25-years-old; and one Black teen male who was wearing a tank top and blue shorts. Anyone with information is asked to contact Nassau County Police at 1-800-244-TIPS or to call 911.   All callers...
    Police in Fairfield County are asking the public for help identifying suspects in a shooting by a gang on scooters and motorcycles that left one dead and another injured. The incident took place on Sunday, July 10 in Bridgeport at the Atlas Gas Station located on Fairfield Avenue. When Bridgeport police responded to the scene for a report of shots fired, officers located two victims; each suffering from multiple gunshot wounds, said Capt. Kevin Gilleran, of the Bridgeport Police. Officers and medics began life-saving procedures and quickly transported both victims to area hospitals.  Gilleran said the shooting took place when about 75 people riding motorcycles and ATVs had gathered at the gas station and the park across the street when two men drove up on a scooter. The passenger of the scooter opened fire, striking both victims.  One of the victims, identified as 32-year-old, Ramon Peguero, of Hartford, was pronounced dead at the hospital. The second victim, Kazzmaire Dorsey, age 18, of Bridgeport, remains in critical condition, Gilleran said. Detectives are currently in the process of interviewing witnesses and collecting evidence...
    “According to some, the phrase ‘where we go one, we go all’ was first engraved on a bell on one of President John F. Kennedy’s sailboats, acknowledging the unity of mankind,” read a footnote in the family's lawsuit. That lawsuit is ongoing. "Enough is enough with CNN, and the lies about our family," said Leslie Flynn in a statement about their lawsuit. "We cannot sit by any longer and allow CNN to disparage our good name. This has got to stop."
    CNN’s Jake Tapper talked in a recent interview about not having Republicans who have pushed the “big lie” on his program. Politico Playbook reached out to other big cable news programs, and Fox News’ Chris Wallace said, “I don’t think moral posturing goes well with news gathering.” Tapper defended his position, and in response to that, the offices of two Republicans shared interview requests they’ve gotten from CNN to appear on his program. Congresswoman Elise Stefanik (R- NY), who backed that Texas election lawsuit and has actually expressed support for the much-derided Arizona audit, posted emails from roughly a month ago today from CNN inviting her on The Lead and State of the Union. Shot….. chaser, chaser, chaser Drink up, @jaketapper! ???? Youll need it with your plummeting ratings! cc: @PunchbowlNews @politico @karaswisher #TAPPERemails ???? pic.twitter.com/CwUYPryvvN — Elise Stefanik (@EliseStefanik) June 4, 2021 [email protected] brags about his so-called principled "philosophy" not to book certain Republicans – too bad his producer begged to book us ????#TeamElise keeps the receipts! Happy Friday spiraling @jaketapper @CNN! What a PHONY! ALMOST...
    Police in Fairfield County are asking the public for information on the homicide of a man who was gunned on a city street last year. Officers from the Bridgeport Police Department responded to the intersection of Iranistan Avenue and Hanover Street early in the morning on Sunday, Aug. 30, where there was a report of a man who had been shot, Bridgeport Police said. Police said that upon arrival, the officers found 24-year-old Bridgeport resident Heriberto Marquez on the ground with a gunshot wound to his head. Marquez was pronounced dead at the scene by paramedics. Police are asking for help identifying the people pictured in the video who are "persons of interest" in the crime, police said. Anyone with information has been asked to contact Bridgeport Police Det. Jorge Cintron by calling (203) 581-5227 or the department’s Tip Line at (203) 576-TIPS.
    The FBI has released its latest poster of suspected Capitol rioters, looking for the public's help in identifying the suspects. The FBI released the poster on Twitter late on Wednesday afternoon, imploring the public to assist in their search for the rioters. The tweet read, 'The #FBI has updated our website with more photos of individuals who unlawfully entered the U.S. Capitol on January 6 and assaulted federal law enforcement officers. Submit tips to help us identify them at fbi.gov/USCapitol. @FBIWFO.'  The tweet also included a link to the FBI's website with more details about its search for these particular suspects.  The FBI's latest wanted poster for the Capitol riot features ten new faces they're looking for 'The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) Washington Field Office is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying individuals who made unlawful entry into the United States Capitol Building and assaulted federal law enforcement personnel on January 6, 2021, in Washington, D.C.,' the FBI wrote on its website. 'Anyone with information regarding these individuals, or anyone who witnessed any unlawful violent actions at the...
    Police in Warren County are seeking the public’s help identifying two men involved in an unspecified incident at a local gas station. The men pictured above were found to be involved in an incident at the Enrite Gas Station (274 W. Washington Ave.) around 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Washington Township Police said. Anyone with information about their identity is asked to contact the department at 908-689-1111. Authorities did not immediately respond to Daily Voice’s request for additional information.
    Police in Warren County are seeking the public’s help identifying two people of interest as well as a vehicle. The individuals pictured above were found to be persons of interest in an unspecified incident, Pohatcong Township Police said in a release Sunday. Anyone with information about their identity is asked to contact the Pohatcong Township Police Department. Authorities did not immediately respond to Daily Voice’s request for additional information.
    COPPELL (CBSDFW.COM) – The Coppell Police Department is asking for the public’s help identifying three men who accosted a woman at the Wellington Place Apartments. The attempted Aggravated Robbery happened on Jan. 6, 2021 at 9:45 p.m. Wearing black hoodies and surgical masks, the men attacked the victim in the common area of the apartment complex. She had arrived home and parked her car when she first saw them walking on the sidewalk. She noticed them lingering in the area. As she got out of her car, one of the men approached her from behind and demanded her property. But the victim screamed and ran away. A witness told police he saw the men fleeing westbound in the parking lot toward MacArthur Blvd. Anyone with information about the crime, or who saw something suspicious that night should call Detective Steve Hayes at 972.304.3604. MORE FROM CBSDFW Snow Seen In North Texas As Winter Storm Warning, Winter Weather Advisory Are In Effect Texas Man, Larry Rendell Brock, Who Was Allegedly Seen Inside US Capitol Holding Zip Ties Arrested And Charged Stimulus...
    FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – Fort Lauderdale police need your help identifying three serial theft suspects. The men are accused of stealing from high-end stores along Las Olas Boulevard. The incidents happened on August 27, December 1, and December 7. The trio hit the Elektrik boutique at 619 East Las Olas boulevard twice. Carla Montano was working both times, “It’s frustrating and overwhelming,” she tells CBS4. Montano says When the first robbery happened in late August, they cleaned out a rack of high-end clothing worth $20,000. “One of them asked for a shoe size. When I went to the back to get the shoe, I came back and they were gone.” When the three thieves returned in December Montano’s guard was up. A coworker noticed an expensive handbag was missing. She approached the trio and said, “I saw you took the bag and I’m gonna need you to give it back.” But the three muscled their way out of the store and took off down the block. The three are believed to have stolen two high-end watches from the Coomi...
    FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – Fort Lauderdale police need your help identifying three serial theft suspects. The men are accused of stealing from high-end clothing stores along Las Olas Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale. Detectives say the suspects took nearly$100,000 in merchandise from three separate incidents on August 27, December 1, and December 7. (Courtesy: Fort Lauderdale Police Department) The suspects are described as Hispanic males between 20 and 30 years of age. (Courtesy: Fort Lauderdale Police Department) Detectives believe the same suspects may also be responsible for a strong arm robbery at a business on Nov. 10 in Delray Beach. (Courtesy: Fort Lauderdale Police Department) Anyone with information regarding these incidents or the identity of the suspects is asked to call Detective J. Vasquez at 954-828-5645 or you can call the Fort Lauderdale Police Department.
    Police are asking the public for help identifying two men involved in an alleged robbery of almost $3K in merchandise from Dick's Sporting Goods in Fairfield County. The incident took place on Monday, Oct. 26, when the men entered the store located on Connecticut Avenue and stole $2,907 of merchandise, said Norwalk Police Lt. Jared Zwickler.   An employee sustained a minor injury while struggling to retrieve merchandise from the suspect wearing the white sneakers.  No weapons were displayed. Any information regarding this case should be forwarded to Detective Lindsey Taylor at 203-854-3183.
    Police are asking for the public's help identifying two men who allegedly stole more than $700 in liquor from an area store. The incident took place on Saturday, June 13, at A1 Cellars in the Riverside Commons shopping center. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Greenwich Police Department at 203-622-8004 or the Detective Division at 203-622-8054. Please reference case #20-15112. Confidential tips can be made at 203-622-3333 and at [email protected]
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