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    A HAUNTING new clue has emerged in the hunt for a missing 22-year-old woman after she vanished three weeks ago. Jolissa Fuentes has not been seen since around 4am on August 7, when surveillance video at a Selma, California gas station recorded her getting out of her car to buy snacks. 5Jolissa Fuentes, 22, (pictured) went missing three weeks agoCredit: Family Handout 5Norma Nunez, Jolissa's mom, (pictured) refuses to believe her daughter is deadCredit: FOX 26 5Her family has now shared details of the make and design of the bag Jolissa was last seen withCredit: Michael Kors Now friends and family of Jolissa have released images of the bag she was last seen with in an effort to help find their loved one. Sharing the image of a black backpack on Facebook, they wrote: "This is the Michael Kors backpack Jolissa took with her. "Posted is a picture of what her backpack looked like please look out for it thank you!" The update came days after police said the case was now being treated "as a criminal matter". READ MORE SUN...
    Police investigating the case of a missing 22-year-old woman in California are treating her disappearance as a "criminal matter" three weeks after she went missing. Jolissa Fuentes, 22, of Selma, California, left a family gathering on Aug. 6 at around 3 a.m. to retrieve unspecified belongings at home. Around 4 a.m., she was last seen on camera at a convenience store just outside city limits, where she purchased some items and then drove away, alone, in her car. Her family reported her missing on Aug. 7. Selma Chief of Police Rudy Alcaraz said during a news conference on Aug. 22 that the Fuentes family is adamant that this is not normal behavior for Jolissa. "To this point, there is nothing overtly that leads us to believe that a criminal act occurred; however, Miss Fuentes has been gone a long time, and this is not normal behavior for Miss Fuentes, so we are treating this as a criminal matter,” Alcaraz said. POLICE RELEASE LAST KNOWN IMAGE OF MISSING CALIFORNIA TEENAGER KIELY RODNI Alcaraz said both...
    The search for a missing California woman who was ast seen at a gas station three weeks ago has become a criminal investigation. Jolissa Fuentes was last seen on August 7 at the AM/PM gas station in Selma, California, about 15 miles southeast of Fresno.  She had just left a gathering at her family's home around 3am on August 6 to pick up some of her belongings from her home. An hour later, around 4am, a surveillance camera caught Fuentes getting out of her car - a silver 2011 Hyundai Accent- walking inside the gas station and making a purchase before going back to her vehicle. Police said Fuentes then got into her silver, 2011 Hyundai Accent and drove westbound before she vanished.    Jolissa Fuentes was last seen on August 7 at the AM/PM gas station in Selma, California, about 15 miles southeast of Fresno  Fuentes was seen on a gas station's surveillance video getting out of her car - a silver 2011 Hyundai Accen t- walking inside the gas station and making a purchase before going back to her...
    (CNN)A document unsealed Thursday, which offered specifics about the crimes the Justice Department is investigating, including "willful retention of national defense information," sharpens the focus on former President Donald Trump as a possible subject of the criminal probe, several legal experts told CNN.US Magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart on Thursday released several procedural court documents related to the FBI's search of Trump's home at Mar-a-Lago in Florida. The newly unsealed document was part of the application for the warrant and was among several largely procedural documents the judge unsealed Thursday.Previously, the search warrant documents only listed the federal statutes, including the broad law known as the Espionage Act. And the documents released so far have made clear that Trump and others around him face potential legal exposure, including for possible obstruction of justice. But the specific language on "willful retention" could point to the role of the former President, who would have been authorized to possess national defense documents while in office but not once he decamped to his private club and residence in Palm Beach, Florida.In the filings, prosecutors also...
    An aerial view of former U.S. President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago home after Trump said that FBI agents raided it, in Palm Beach, Florida, U.S. August 15, 2022.Marco Bello | Reuters A federal judge said that parts of the affidavit used to obtain a search warrant for former President Donald Trump's resort home Mar-a-Lago must be unsealed, NBC News reported Thursday. The decision from U.S. Magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart came after the Department of Justice asked him not to unseal the highly sensitive document, which details the government's view that it had probable cause to believe the search of Mar-a-Lago would turn up evidence of illegality. The government's investigation into the records seized from Trump's Palm Beach, Florida, residence is still in its "early stages," argued Jay Bratt, head of a DOJ counterintelligence team, NBC reported. The affidavit contains "substantial grand jury" information in a case with "national security overtones," Bratt reportedly said in the hearing. Reinhart disagreed, saying he believed "there are portions of it that can be unsealed." He gave the government a week to file proposed redactions to...
    Tom Fitton, the president of Judicial Watch, said that the request was a "cover up" in a statement on Twitter. "Biden DOJ refuses @JudicialWatch court request to release affidavit used to justify warrant for sham raid on Trump's home," he tweeted. Trump has blasted the search at his home and accused the Biden administration of corrupting the law enforcement powers of the executive branch for the sake of political expedience. On Friday, a judge unsealed the search warrant and property receipt for the search and revealed that 11 sets of classified documents had been removed from Mar-a-Lago. Here's a news report about the development: Federal Prosecutors Ask To Keep Trump Search Warrant Affidavit Sealed www.youtube.com
    Based on what we know, there are three major legal takeaways from the FBI’s search of Donald Trump’s Florida home on Monday. First, this is a big deal, historically and constitutionally speaking. As far as I can tell, a criminal search warrant has never been executed against a former president. Second, from the perspective of criminal investigation, the surprise raid was a highly unusual, aggressive step. In almost all criminal investigations of nonviolent conduct, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Department of Justice would have requested cooperation from the defendant’s lawyers, not surprised the defendant and broken into his safe. And third, despite the drama, executing the search warrant is far from a guarantee that any criminal action will be taken. In fact, there is some reason to think that the public raid will take some of the heat off Attorney General Merrick Garland, whom President Joe Biden has been urging to act against Trump — without forcing him into a prosecution decision he has strong reason to avoid. The constitutional significance of this step in the criminal investigation of...
    The Federal Bureau of Investigation's execution of a search warrant at former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago compound in Palm Beach, Florida on Monday unambiguously indicated that the United States Department of Justice is investigating possible criminality in low-Trump orbit. Speculation abounds; this is uncharted territory. On Tuesday, CNN provided a schematic of the unprecedented and "extraordinary escalation" of the probe into the removal of classified documents from the White House during the finals days of Trump's term. READ MORE: 'A bold step': George Conway explains why Trump 'should be worried' following Mar-a-Lago FBI search "What exactly the FBI was searching for and why is still unknown. But to obtain a search warrant, investigators would have had to show a judge that there was probable cause of a crime and that evidence of that crime was located at Mar-a-Lago, Trump's Palm Beach resort," CNN stated in its analysis. "But before prosecutors got to the point of asking a magistrate judge to approve the warrant, in order to move forward with a search that carried such historical and political significance, investigators would...
    Democrats will try to assassinate Donald Trump if an FBI raid on his Florida home does not lead to criminal charges, a former NYPD commissioner has claimed. Bernard Kerik warned he was 'deathly afraid' for the former president after the feds descended on Mar-a-Lago yesterday morning. He said he feared the Left had exhausted all other efforts to stop the 76-year-old running again in 2024 so was concerned they would kill him. The FBI searched Trump's estate as part of a probe into whether he took classified records from the White House to his Florida mansion. The ex-president revealed the raid in a lengthy statement and said the Feds broke into a safe at his home as they hunted the documents. The agents are reported to have seized 15 boxes worth of classified information but have not commented on what they contained. Trump blasted it as 'prosecutorial misconduct' and accused the bureau of double standards for not doing the same to Hillary Clinton. In his first public remarks since news of the search surfaced, Trump made no mention of it during...
    ERIK TEN HAG is taking an active role in Manchester United’s search for a new keeper. The club have spent weeks scouting for a No 2 to David de Gea.  2Erik ten Hag is scouting a new keeper for Man UtdCredit: Getty 2United desperately need a new stopper after Dean Henderson joined Nottingham ForestCredit: Getty Dean Henderson is on loan at Nottingham Forest so cover is needed. Keeper scout Tony Coton has options but insiders say boss Ten Hag has his own favourites, although they may be more expensive than the budget plan. The search has put Nathan Bishop’s loan move to Wycombe on hold and even stopped 36-year-old Tom Heaton going elsewhere for the season. But the Red Devils are sending highly-rated defender Charlie Wellens to Crewe on loan. Read More on Man UtdRED DEVILS LATEST Cristiano Ronaldo 'holds Galatasaray talks', Sesko dialogue ongoing The 19-year-old, who is the son of Leyton Orient boss Richie, has been a regular for United at right-back or wing-back in their Under-23 side. Henderson this week fumed at “criminal” United for wasting a year...
    (CNN)The Justice Department obtained a second warrant to search the cell phone of right-wing lawyer John Eastman as part of a January 6-related criminal inquiry, prosecutors said in a court filing Wednesday. Investigators seized Eastman's phone earlier this month in New Mexico after receiving a warrant to take the device. Agents needed a second warrant to search the contents of the phone, which they received on July 12. Latest moves suggest DOJ investigation of 2020 election is looking at conduct directly related to Trump and his closest alliesThe warrant includes a so-called filter protocol, according to court records, to ensure that investigators do not accidentally obtain privileged information from Eastman's device. The warrant is a critical step in the Justice Department's intensifying probe into January 6, 2021, in which investigators have zeroed in on the efforts by Trump and his close allies to overturn the 2020 election. Eastman was one of the key individuals involved in pushing the plan for then-Vice President Mike Pence to overturn the 2020 election on January 6 by rejecting electors from certain swing states. Two...
    An investigation into ghost guns and other illegal firearms in Westchester County led to the arrest of two men.  Police executed a search warrant in West Harrison on Friday, June 3, following a lengthy investigation, according to the Harrison Police Department. Authorities said investigators seized the following during the search warrant: Two illegal firearms Two ballistic vests  A high-capacity magazine One of the firearms did not have a serial number, making it a ghost gun, police said.  Police said 19-year-old Jeremiah Alicea, of Harrison, was charged with one count of third-degree criminal sale of a firearm and one count of criminal possession of a firearm. Nasir Haynes, age 21, of Yonkers, was charged with one count of criminal possession of a firearm, authorities said. They were arraigned and held on $25,000 cash bail, $75,000 bond, authorities reported. “I would like to commend our officers and our partners for their successful investigation. Our community is safer with these weapons off the streets,” Harrison Police Chief John Vasta said.  Police said the search warrant was executed with assistance from: The Westchester County Police The...
    A Hudson Valley man has been arrested for alleged criminal possession of controlled substances and a loaded handgun following a warrant search at his home. The warrant was executed in Dutchess County in the city of Poughkeepsie on Friday, May 6. Following an investigation, Luis A. Martinez, age unknown, of the city of Poughkeepsie, was arrested following the search in which a number of illegal drugs and a loaded handgun were found, according to Det. Sgt. Adam Harris, of the Dutchess County Drug Task Force. He was charged with criminal possession of controlled substances with intent to sell and criminal possession of a weapon, Harris said. He was remanded to the Dutchess County Jail, Harris added. The Dutchess County Drug Task Force was assisted by: City of Poughkeepsie Police Department Town of Hyde Park Police Department Dutchess County Sheriff’s Office Hudson Valley Safe Streets Task Force. Members of the public are urged to contact the Dutchess County Drug Task Force tip-line at [email protected] to provide information on individuals in their communities selling drugs.
    A UC Berkeley student arrested following a manhunt at UC Berkeley last week has been charged with two felonies, police said Wednesday. In an emailed statement, UC Berkeley spokeswoman Patrol Lt. Sabrina Reich said the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office charged 39-year-old Lamar Bursey with two counts of felony criminal threats. Bursey is a student at the school and a Hayward resident, Reich said. According to Reich, authorities believe Bursey made threats to university staff members. Bursey is suspected of causing an hours-long manhunt on the campus April 21 with threats characterized by UC Berkeley spokesman Dan Mogulof as “legitimate, serious and of grave, grave concern.” Campus police ordered a shelter in place on the campus that remained in effect for more than four hours. The university cancelled all of its classes and locked down the campus’ more than 100 buildings. Thousands of students, faculty and staff members were affected, and some of them were stuck in the buildings during the lockdown. Related Articles Crime and Public Safety | Woman shot at Oakland homeless camp across from police headquarters...
    A Long Island man is facing charges after police said a search warrant uncovered drugs and drug paraphernalia. Cristopher Shaw, age 43, of Baldwin, was arrested at 1:45 p.m. on Friday, April 8, in Baldwin, according to the Nassau County Police Department. NCPD said a search warrant conducted in the 2000 block of Grand Boulevard led investigators to recover the following: Heroin Cocaine Liquid morphine A "billy club" baton Large quantities of assorted pills United States currency Drug paraphernalia Police said Shaw was arrested at the scene without incident, and he was charged with: Five counts of third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance Four counts of fifth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance  Third-degree criminal possession of a weapon He was scheduled to be arraigned on Saturday, April 9, police said.
    A three-time convicted felon from the area was nabbed on numerous gun and drug charges following a warrant search. Sullivan County resident Malcolm Ford, age 57, of Liberty, was busted on Monday, Feb. 28, after the New York State Police Troop F Violent Gang and Narcotics Enforcement Team executed a search warrant at his home, said Trooper Steven Nevel. During the search the following narcotics and weapons were seized including: Approximately 110 grams of crack cocaine 92 grams of cocaine 379 grams of fentanyl 492 grams of liquid PCP 426 grams of crystal methamphetamine 12 grams of suboxone strips. INT .45 caliber revolve JMZ (Jiminez) semi-auto 9mm Loaded Beretta semi-auto .25 caliber which was reported stolen. Also seized were a bulletproof vest, digital scale, and over $6,000 in cash. Ford was arrested and charged with the following:  Two counts of criminal possession of a weapon   Criminal possession of a controlled substance first-degree Criminal possession of a controlled substance second-degree Nine counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance third-degree Five counts of criminal possession of a controlled...
    A 34-year-old Long Island man was charged after police said a search warrant uncovered multiple loaded "ghost guns" in his home. Samuel Schindler, of Central Islip, was arrested on Saturday, Feb. 5, after a search warrant was executed at his home on Tamarack Street, according to the Suffolk County Police Department. Police searched the residence and found two loaded handguns, a 9mm and a 40 caliber, authorities said. The two handguns were what are commonly known as "ghost guns," which are built from a kit and don't have serial numbers or traceable features, SCPD said.  Investigators also seized a kit used to manufacture ghost guns and a homemade apperatus used to test the weapons, police said.  Police said Schindler was charged with two counts of criminal possession of a firearm and two counts of third-degree criminal possession of a weapon. His arraignment was scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 6, SCPD said. Police said the investigation is ongoing.
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison will work with the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office to review the police shooting of Amir Locke. Locke, 22, was fatally shot by Officer Mark Hanneman on Wednesday morning in downtown Minneapolis as police executed search warrants within the building. Body camera footage released shows several officers yelling “police” and “search warrant” as they step through the doorway of the apartment. The officers approach Locke, on the couch and wrapped in a blanket. He sits up and is holding a gun. An instant later, Hanneman fires three shots, and Locke falls to the floor. Locke is shot roughly 10 seconds after officers open the apartment door. Interim Police Chief Amelia Huffman said Locke was not named in the original search warrant, and said it is “unclear” if he is connected to a St. Paul homicide investigation. Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman announced a partnership with Ellison Friday morning. Ellison previously led teams which successfully prosecuted Derek Chauvin and Kim Potter, police officers convicted of killing George Floyd and Daunte Wright respectively. Freeman also asked...
    Three people are facing charges after authorities on Long Island reported that a search warrant uncovered firearms and large quantities of MDMA and marijuana.  The Nassau County Police Department reported that officers executed a search warrant at a home on Glenmore Avenue in Hempstead. During the search, authorities reportedly found the following: A loaded semi-automatic handgun  A loaded revolver  Marijuana MDMA  United States currency. NCPD said three residents of the home, 28-year-old Angelica Rustin, 34-year-old Devon Fenner and 28-year-old Rasheed Bullen, were arrested at about 7:20 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 13. Police said the three defendants are known Blood gang members. Police said Bullen was charged with second- and third-degree criminal possession of a weapon and fifth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. Rustin was charged with criminal possession of a firearm, police said. Fenner was charged with second- and third-degree criminal possession of a weapon, NCPD said. The three defendants were scheduled to be arraigned on Friday, Jan. 14, NCPD said.
    WELD COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) — The Weld County Sheriff’s Office is warning the public about 31-year-old Johnathan Faulk, an Aurora man with an extensive criminal history who evaded authorities earlier today and has yet to be found. Faulk is currently on probation and has several active warrants. “Investigators believe Faulk is likely still armed and should be considered dangerous,” a press release from WCSO stated. Faulk is believed to have driven away from a crash in Greeley at 10:45 a.m. Monday. The collision occurred on the north side of the city near the intersection of O Street and 37th Avenue. Faulk drove his vehicle from the scene to the area of U.S. 85 and State Highway 392, near the town of Lucerne. He parked his car and walked away, but not before displaying a pistol and threatening a man who had witnessed the hit-and-run collision and followed him there. That other motorist was injured. Nor were injuries reported from the earlier collision. But Faulk is still at large. Johnathan Faulk (credit: Weld County Sheriff’s Office) Greeley officers and Weld deputies...
    Two people are facing drug charges after police executed a search warrant at a Long Island apartment. Authorities executed a search warrant at 726 East Main St. in Riverhead at about 6 a.m. on Sunday, Dec. 5, according to the Riverhead Town Police Department. Police said the search warrant was executed due to complaints about illegal drug activity in the apartment.  Riverhead Police said Joseph Douglas, age 40, of Riverhead, was charged with: Third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance (Intent to sell a narcotic drug) Criminal Possession of a controlled substance/narcotic Seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance Second-degree criminal use of drug paraphernalia  Authorities said Douglas is a New York State parolee, who was released while serving a sentence for third-degree attempted criminal sale of a controlled substance.  Police said Brenda Henderson, age 55, of Riverhead, was charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and two counts of second-degree criminal use of drug paraphernalia. The investigation is ongoing. Police asked anyone with information to call the Riverhead Police Department 631-727-4500 x 312. Authorities said the search...
    A school in Central Pennsylvania has reported the first incident in the area of a TikTok challenge called "devious licks." The trend is for students to film themselves stealing and vandalizing items at their schools-- typically involving bathroom fixtures. The challenge has resulted in arrests across the nation, and now an Adams County school has joined the growing list of properties damaged by these social media pranksters. A Bermudian Springs High School student removed room signs around the school and posted to TikTok, according to Pennsylvania State police in Gettysburg. The 15-year-old male student from East Berlin has been charged with Criminal Mischief Under $1000. The estimated cost of the damaged signs is $10. The school has not released any statement on the incident and did not immediately respond when Daily Voice reached out. TikTok doesn't tolerate or promote criminal activities, as stated on the official TikTok Communications Team's Twitter. We expect our community to create responsibly - online and IRL. We're removing content and redirecting hashtags & search results to our Community Guidelines to discourage such behavior. Please be...
    A known child abuser is wanted by Pennsylvania state police in Chester county. Graham Roman, 31, of Malvern, is wanted for child sex abuse crimes in Pennsylvania and possibly Georgia and Florida, according to police. Pennsylvania state police in Chester County initiated an investigation into a report of a child who was allegedly sexually abused by Graham Roman in East Whiteland Township in Aug. During the course of their investigation police learned the child was abused on at least two occasions by Roman with the first known incident occurring in April. Roman has been charged with the following: F1 Unlawful Contact With Minor - Sexual Offenses F1 Criminal Solicitation - Photograph/Film/Depict on Computer Sex Act - Knowingly Depicts on Computer, Photo, etc. F3 Corruption Of Minors - Defendant Age 18 or Above M1 Corruption of Minors F2 Interference With the Custody Of Children Criminal Use Of Communication Facility M3 Sell/Furnish Liquor Etc to Minors F1 Criminal Solicitation - Photograph/Film/Depict on Computer Sex Act - Knowingly or Permitting Child Criminal Solicitation - Dissem Photo/Film of...
    Investigators executed multiple search warrants that led to the arrest of two men on Long Island, police said. Suffolk County Police Officers and detectives from the Second Precinct Gang Unit, Second Precinct Crime Section, Narcotics Section, Firearms Suppression Team, and Criminal Intelligence Unit executed five search warrants at approximately 6 a.m. on Wednesday, May 26 in Huntington Station, during which two handguns and $100,000 was seized. Police said that warrants were executed at: 123 First Ave., Two separate apartments 76 East 9th St.; 211 East 17th St.; 66A East 8th St. The warrants led to the arrest of Fareem Chapman, age 27, on First Avenue, who was charged with four counts of third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance and fifth-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance. Bay Shore resident Marques Cheek, age 20, was arrested on 17th Street in Huntington Station and charged with two counts of criminal possession of a controlled weapon. Both men were held overnight and scheduled to be arraigned on First District Court in Central Islip on Thursday, May 27.
    Rudolph Giuliani, attorney for President Donald Trump, conducts a news conference at the Republican National Committee on lawsuits regarding the outcome of the 2020 presidential election on Thursday, November 19, 2020.Tom Williams | CQ-Roll Call, Inc. | Getty Images Federal prosecutors on Friday said in a new court filing that "the mere fact" that Rudy Giuliani is a lawyer — one who represented former President Donald Trump — does not mean that he is "above the law or immune to a criminal investigation." The filing pushed back on efforts by Giuliani's own attorneys to attack the legality of search warrants for his iCloud account in 2019, and for the former New York City mayor's Manhattan home and office last month, which were issued as part of an ongoing criminal probe into his activities in and related to Ukraine. Eighteen electronic devices belonging to Giuliani and to employees of Giuliani Partners were seized in late April as part of those warrants. Giuliani's lawyers argue that the search of his iCloud — which was not known to Giuliani for about 18 months...
    Law enforcement searched the home of an upstate New York mayor on Wednesday as part of a criminal investigation. State police spent multiple hours inside the residence of Democratic Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren as journalists witnessed investigators removing items from behind crime scene tape. Law enforcement arrived at the home around 4:30 p.m., according to Fox News. "The New York State Police today executed a search warrant at 93 Woodman Park in the city of Rochester, which is the residence of Mayor Lovely Warren," authorities wrote in an announcement. "The search warrant is part of an ongoing criminal investigation, and no other details are available at this time." GRAND JURY INDICTS ROCHESTER MAYOR FOLLOWING CAMPAIGN FINANCE INVESTIGATION State Police Capt. Barry Chase confirms troopers are conducting an investigation at 93 Woodman Park, the home of Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren. He says it’s an ongoing investigation and he didn’t take any questions. #roc @DandC pic.twitter.com/hQXx5R5ydg— Will Cleveland (@WillCleveland13) May 19, 2021 Sources have told multiple outlets that Warren's husband, who received probation after serving as a getaway driver during...
    New York State Police searched the home of Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren on Wednesday as part of a criminal investigation, police said. A CBS TV affiliate in Rochester reported that her husband was the target of the police operation held at her home. Warrens husband, Timothy Granison, was taken into custody, according to an NBC TV affiliate. Warren, who is a Democrat, is in the middle of a re-election campaign with a party primary coming up next month. "The New York State Police today executed a search warrant at 93 Woodman Park in the city of Rochester, which is the residence of Mayor Lovely Warren. The search warrant is part of an ongoing criminal investigation, and no other details are available at this time," the police said in a statement. Investigators were seen carrying items outside of Warrens home including a blue plastic container and several black bags, according to the Rochester City Newspaper. Police also marked off the house with tape and redirected traffic away from its location. Warren is currently under indictment on felony campaign fraud charges...
    Loading the player... Former President Donald Trump has responded to New York Attorney General Letitia James announcing on Tuesday that she is adding a criminal component to her civil probe into the financial practices of the Trump Organization.  As theGRIO reported earlier, the investigation has been underway since 2019, looking into whether the Trump Organization — with Trump and his sons in leadership — misled banks and insurance companies by inflating property value to attain loans. Further, the probe explores whether the company deflated property values to pay less in taxes.  Read More: NY AG Letitia James adds ‘criminal capacity’ to probe of Trump organization Trump fired back at James and other prosecutors targeting him in a lengthy statement that said, “There is nothing more corrupt than an investigation that is in desperate search of a crime.” (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images) “But, make no mistake, that is exactly what is happening here,” he continued. “The Attorney General of New York literally campaigned on prosecuting Donald Trump even before she knew anything about me.” Trump described the...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Former President Donald Trump is responding to a new investigation. The New York Attorney General’s office is looking into possible criminal wrongdoing by the Trump Organization. READ MORE: Mask Guidelines In New Jersey Remain Unchanged, But Many Other COVID-19 Protocols Eased As Summer Approaches Trump released a lengthy statement Wednesday: I have just learned, through leaks in the mainstream media, that after being under investigation from the time I came down the escalator 5 ½ years ago, including the fake Russia Russia Russia Hoax, the 2 year, $48M, No Collusion Mueller Witch Hunt, Impeachment Hoax #1, Impeachment Hoax #2, and others, that the Democrat New York Attorney General has “informed” my organization that their “investigation” is no longer just a civil matter but also potentially a “criminal” investigation working with the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office. There is nothing more corrupt than an investigation that is in desperate search of a crime. But, make no mistake, that is exactly what is happening here.  The Attorney General of New York literally campaigned on prosecuting Donald Trump even before she...
    Multiple sources are reporting that Federal investigators executed a search warrant at a Manhattan apartment owned by former mayor, current Trump surrogate, and leader of the effort to overturn the 2020 election, Rudy Giuliani. According to The New York Times, that search is directly connected to an investigation of Giuliani’s actions in Ukraine. For literally years, Giuliani has been pushing false stories about President Joe Biden, his son Hunter, and actions that were taken in Ukraine during the Obama administration. The stories that Giuliani brought back from Ukraine led directly to the dismissal of a talented ambassador, generated a whole series of congressional investigations, and encouraged Donald Trump to make a phone call to the Ukrainian president that led directly to Trump’s first impeachment.  Despite multiple denials, Trump eventually admitted that he sent Giuliani to Ukraine specifically for the purposes of finding — or creating — dirt Trump could use against Biden. In the process, Giuliani worked worked with a pair of scam artists who were arrested trying to leave the country and charged with bribery, conspiracy, and funneling foreign funds into U.S. elections....
    Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images. Federal investigators seized electronic devices from Rudy Giuliani as they executed a search warrant on his apartment according to a just-published report. Giuliani, formerly the personal lawyer to Donald Trump, has been under a federal criminal investigation for the last year and a half amid allegations of breaking U.S. lobbying laws during his service to the former president. According to The New York Times, the investigation is ratcheting up, Giuliani’s apartment was searched, and they are looking at whether he violated the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) by trying to influence the U.S. government on behalf of a foreign party without disclosing that to the Department of Justice. The allegations against Giuliani stem from questions about whether he lobbied for officials from Ukraine. This drew massive scrutiny over the course of Giuliani’s work with Trump’s legal team while the former president was being impeached for the first time over charges of pressuring the Ukrainian government into launching an investigation into his opponent and eventual successor, Joe Biden. The Giuliani investigation further grew as a result...
    A 29-year-old man was charged with attempted murder after he fired a shotgun at his ex-girlfriend’s new boyfriend last year in Bensalem, authorities announced. A Grand Jury investigation found that Jerome T. Jordan went to confront the unidentified boyfriend of his ex-girlfriend at the Village Square Apartment Complex in Bensalem Township around 10 a.m. on Oct. 24, 2020, according to the Bucks County District Attorney's office. After seeing the boyfriend in the parking lot, Jordan exited his black Saturn Vue and angrily told him, “say something now,” according to the Grand Jury presentment. He then grabbed a shotgun from inside his car, aimed it at the boyfriend, and fired a single shotgun shell from approximately 20 feet away, the DA's office said. Jordan fled the scene before police arrived, where they recovered a spent shotgun shell and a shotgun wad approximately 25 feet away, the DA's office said. An investigation led police to Jordan, and they arrested him at his job the next day, authorities said. Jordan allegedly told police he was at the scene of the shooting, but someone else fired the shotgun, naming...
    A 62-year-old man was allegedly busted with more than 15 ounces of cocaine during a traffic stop by state police. Hectoer L. Diaz, of the Bronx, was arrested on Friday, March 12, after being stopped by state police on I-90 in the town of Florida, said Trooper Tara McCormick. While interviewing Diaz, it was determined that the vehicle displayed a forged New Jersey temporary plate. Diaz also produced a forged paper registration, matching the plate, McCormick said. After further investigation, probable cause to search the vehicle was established. A State Police K9 was utilized in the search of the vehicle which led to the discovery of approximately 14.5 ounces of cocaine hydrochloride and cash. Diaz was arrested and charged with: Criminal possession of a controlled substance Criminal possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell Criminal possession of a forged instrument Diaz was virtually arraigned before the Town of Minden Court and was remanded to the Montgomery County Jail without bail.
    A TOP judge has demanded that cops who asked him to sign search warrants in the VIP child sex abuse should be investigated. Ex-chief magistrate Howard Riddle said there are “reasonable grounds to suspect a criminal offence” had been committed. 6Ex-chief magistrate Howard Riddle said the cops who asked him to sign the search warrants should be investigatedCredit: Photoshot 6Carl Beech, 53, spun an 'extraordinary tale' about 'three child murders, multiple rapes, kidnapping, false imprisonment and widespread sexual abuse'Credit: PA:Press Association 6Ex-home secretary Leon Brittan had his home searched in the investigationCredit: PA:Press Association Riddle signed the warrants so that cops could search the homes of senior politicians and military officers - including former Army chief Lord Bramall and ex-home secretary Leon Brittan. He claims that if cops had told him about the reliability of their witness “Nick” - sick paedophile and liar Carl Beech - then the warrants would never have been granted. Writing in The Daily Mail, he said: “If those responsible for the application knew facts that undermined the credibility of the witness, and did not disclose...
    A traffic stop led to the arrest of two out-of-state men for alleged possession of a handgun and loaded magazine. Israel Davis, age 25, and Malick Davis, age 22, both of Hemingway, South Carolina, were arrested by New York State Police around 5:25 a.m., Thursday, Feb. 11 during a traffic stop in Orange County on I-87 in the town of Cornwall, said Trooper Tara McCormick. According to McCormick, while interviewing the two men a probable cause for a search was established and during the search, troopers found a Springfield Armory XDS-9, 9mm handgun, and a Springfield Armory magazine loaded with 7, 9mm rounds. Both men were charged with criminal possession of a weapon and felony criminal possession of a firearm.  The pair were released with appearance tickets to appear in court on Wednesday, March 10.
    The alleged two women attacker Those he seriously injured by throwing acid on them this Tuesday in Cártama (Málaga), including his ex-girlfriend, is a 26-year-old with a extensive criminal record. It was not the first time you had problems with their partners, in August 2016 already had a incident with a previous girlfriend, with which he has a son. On that occasion, the suspect at 5:00 a.m. on August 14, 2016 met the victim in a Marbella nightclub and after asking for an explanation for the reason for being there, a discussion broke out, he attacked her, punched her in the face and knocked her to the ground, where he grabbed her by the hair and dragged her down the steps from the disco. When the young woman was able to escape from the accused, he caught up with her and threw her on the hood of a vehicle where punched him all over the body. The woman ran away and she met a police patrol that accompanied her to a health center. In later days, the defendant apologized...
    Police arrested three residents of a Long Island home following a warrant search in which they seized drugs and weapons. The warrant was executed around 6 a.m., Wednesday, Dec. 23, at a home at 51 Higgins St., in North Babylon, Suffolk County Police said. During the search, police said a sizable quantity of crack, cocaine, fentanyl, and heroin were seized. Detectives also seized two illegal 9 mm handguns and more than $36,000 in cash. Arrested included Levar Jackson, 41, Rhamel Stanford, 34, and Jaclyn Misuraca, all of North Babylon. Jackson was charged with: Three counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance Two counts of criminal sale of a controlled substance Criminal possession of a weapon Criminal possession of a controlled substance fourth-degree Two counts of criminal use of drug paraphernalia Endangering the welfare of a child.   He also had an active violation of parole warrant. Stanford was charged with criminal possession of a weapon and criminal possession of a weapon third-degree. Misuraca was charged with: Three counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance Criminal possession of...
    SAN ANTONIO – The search for a 38-year-old man who is believed to have been killed has been terminated at the property on the East Side where he was thought to have buried, Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar said Thursday. Salazar said a suspect who told Bexar County Sheriff’s Office investigators that Curtis Perry was buried at the property in the 300 block of Holmgreen Road provided information that was “false and done so on purpose.” The sheriff said he believes the suspect gave false information in hopes that it would help his criminal case and thinking that a search would not be conducted. “It’s heartbreaking in nature,” Salazar said about the suspect’s motives. “I believe he made the criminal case much worse. That ship has sailed for that person.” Salazar said he doesn’t know where Perry’s body is located, but that BCSO will not give up on finding him. “We’re not going to let it stop us from searching for Mr. Perry,” he said. Crews have been searching through the property since Tuesday afternoon, using several tools, including a...
    DETROIT (AP) — An investigation of corruption in a Detroit police drug unit has led to resignations, a firing and other discipline, officials said Wednesday. The internal investigation uncovered about 50 cases of officers lying in search warrant affidavits, cash stolen from drug raids and overtime fraud, Chief James Craig said. The corruption has “led to a significant lack of criminal prosecution of armed drug dealers,” Craig said. He said local and federal prosecutors are looking at the alleged acts as possible criminal cases. At least seven officers have quit so far, one has been fired and two others have been suspended, the chief said. “When you talk about a corruption probe of this magnitude, it starts with failed supervision,” Craig said. “It appears nobody was paying attention.” The investigation, called Operation Clean Sweep, was started in August 2019 when police raided their own drug unit. Craig said it’s not over. He said all drug search warrants now must be approved by a deputy chief. A lieutenant must be present when searches are performed. © 2020 Associated Press. All Rights...
    On Wednesday, Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron defended the decision not to directly charge former police officer Brett Hankison in connection with the shooting of Breonna Taylor — Hankinson has been charged with wanton endangerment for his reckless conduct during the search of Taylor’s apartment in March, but the legal nature of the indictment has nothing to do with the fact that the search resulted in Taylor’s death. In a press conference after the Grand Jury’s decision, Cameron argued that actions taken by Hankinson’s colleagues were “justified” and aren’t applicable to Kentucky’s criminal homicide laws. “The use of force by [Jon] Mattingly and [Myles] Cosgrove was justified to protect themselves,” Cameron said. “This justification bars us from pursuing criminal charges in Ms. Breonna Taylor’s death. The truth is now before us. The facts have been examined and a grand jury comprised of our peers and fellow citizens has made a decision. Justice is not often easy. It does not fit the mold of public opinion, and it does not conform to shifting standards. It answers only to the...
    Suzanne Morphew's brother is organizing his own search for the Colorado mom who's been missing since Mother's Day as he says he suspects foul play in her disappearance.  Andrew Moorman held a vigil for his sister in her hometown of Alexandria, Indiana, over the weekend, where he announced his plan to recruit more than 1,000 volunteers for a five-day search.  'I've got to find my little sister, and I have to bring closure to my family,' Moorman said, according to the Herald Bulletin. 'We were quiet for a while because the investigators asked that of us, but it's time now to rally the troops and go west and find her.'   Moorman enlisted the help of Profiling Evil, a team of criminal behavior and intelligence experts who have consulted on high-profile homicide and kidnapping investigations, in setting up his independent search.  Suzanne, 49, was reported missing on May 10 after she went out for a bike ride near her home in Salida, Colorado, and never returned.    Her brother has expressed frustration with the investigation that has failed to find his sister...
    YouTube personality Jake Paul was outside the Scottsdale Fashion Square mall in Arizona in May when what police described as a riot broke out. Scottsdale police announced that Paul participated in the unrest and would be charged with criminal trespass and unlawful assembly. But on Wednesday, officials said those charges would be dropped because of a federal investigation into the incident. By then, SWAT officers and the FBI were serving search warrants at Paul’s Calabasas mansion. The exact nature of the federal probe remains unclear. California FBI raid at Jake Paul’s Calabasas mansion tied to disturbance at shopping mall California FBI raid at Jake Paul’s Calabasas mansion tied to disturbance at shopping mall Law enforcement sources said several weapons were found on the property. “The Scottsdale Police Department and Scottsdale city attorney’s office are coordinating with the United States attorney’s office for the District of Arizona and the FBI to ensure that justice is served regarding criminal acts at Scottsdale Fashion Square on May 30, 2020,” the department said...
    (CNN)A law enforcement official confirms to CNN that FBI agents executed a federal search warrant at the Calabasas, California, home of YouTube celebrity Jake Paul Wednesday.FBI Public Affairs Specialist Laura Eimiller tells CNN the search is in connection with an ongoing investigation. The affidavit in support of the warrant has been sealed by a judge and the FBI is prohibited from commenting on the nature of the investigation. Eimiller tells CNN no arrests are planned. CNN has reached out to reps for Paul for comment.Arizona charges dismissedRead MoreIn June, Paul was charged with criminal trespass and unlawful assembly after video showed him at a Scottsdale, Arizona, mall as it was being looted, police said. In a Twitter post, Paul denied that he and anyone else he was with was engaged in looting or vandalism.YouTuber Jake Paul has been charged with trespassing and unlawful assembly after he was at a mall that was being lootedOn Wednesday, the Scottdale Police Department said it is dismissing the charges against Paul and friends Arman Izadi and Andrew Leon."The Scottsdale Police Department and Scottsdale City...
    On Wednesday morning, YouTuber Jake Paul’s massive Calabasas estate became the subject of an FBI raid after they executed a search warrant, TMZ reported. The raid is believed to be in connection to Paul’s previous arrest in Scottsdale, Arizona. The Inquisitr previously reported that the influencer had been charged for misdemeanor unlawful assembly and criminal trespassing amid criminal protests in response to George Floyd’s death held at an Arizona mall in May. He was also accused of participating in looting and vandalism on mall property. Paul later took to his social media accounts to allege he had not actually participated in any looting and was only present to peacefully protest the injustice done to Floyd. However, an FBI spokesperson told TMZ that they were carrying out a search on the estate to investigate “allegations of criminal acts surrounding the incident at Scottsdale Fashion Square in May.”   Michael Reaves / Getty Images The article noted that Paul’s previous trespassing charges had been dropped by the City Attorney, but now it appears that was because the FBI has opted to...
    CALABASAS, Calif. (KABC) -- FBI agents on Wednesday morning served a search warrant at the sprawling Calabasas home of YouTube personality Jake Paul, seizing multiple firearms in a raid that was connected to an incident at an Arizona shopping mall, the bureau said."The FBI is investigating allegations of criminal acts surrounding the incident at Scottsdale Fashion Square in May, 2020," the bureau said in a statement to ABC7, a search warrant was also executed in Las Vegas but no arrests were immediately planned. No other details were disclosed.AIR7 HD was over the scene as multiple firearms that were scattered across the Calabasas property, including a long gun propped up against a hot tub in the backyard, were being seized by authorities.In early June, misdemeanor charges were filed against Paul following a riot at the mall outside Phoenix. Paul said he was merely trying to find people protesting against the death of George Floyd.EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: AIR7 HD captures FBI seizing multiple guns at Jake Paul's homeEMBED More News Videos In exclusive video captured by AIR7 HD, FBI agents are seen seizing...
    Searchers in the Madeleine McCann case have turned up with heavy machinery at a site about 40 miles from the German city where the suspect in the case last lived, Sky News reported. Forensic officers are scouring the area. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, in early June connected the 2007 disappearance of the British preschooler to a suspect already in prison for an unrelated crime. He has since been identified as a 47-year-old German national and, per the custom of European media not fully revealing criminal suspects’ names, is listed only as “Christian B.” On Tuesday, searchers turned up at a site around 40 miles from the city of Braunschweig, where the suspect was known to have lived around the time Madeleine disappeared. Specifically, he was known to live in a trailer near the site, at the time living at times in Portugal and at times in Germany, working odd jobs and dealing drugs. A local Sky News reporter on the scene said that officials had confirmed to him that the search was in connection with the McCann case....
    Second Sunday Series — Editor’s Note: This is the 11th of 12 columns on job search and career building during recovery from addiction, appearing over 12 months — one each on the second Sunday of the month, from September through August. Earlier columns on this subject included an overview of the topic, strategies for restarting one’s career, tips for managing the holidays, ideas for handling difficult conversations, goal-setting for 2020, coping with low-level work, staying positive during job search, managing COVID-19 issues, creating recovery-related resumes, and using strengths from recovery in the workplace. Amy Lindgren. Amy Lindgren What’s the hardest thing you’ve ever done? If you’re in recovery from an addiction, and if you’ve picked up a criminal record besides, one thing is certain — job search probably doesn’t make the top three on your answer list. When you need to find work, it should give you courage to know this won’t be the greatest challenge you’ve faced. The question isn’t Can you, or Will you find work because, really, what choice do you have? The real question is How?...
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