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    Last month, close to where Lujan resides, a Border Patrol agent was assaulted by two migrants attempting to cross the border. The officer was pushed, dragged, and punched, according to the FBI. The two men were ultimately taken into custody and charged with assaulting a federal agent. According to Lujan, the situation worsened a couple of years ago. He said that for the first time, he witnessed immigrants running through his neighborhood to dodge Border Patrol agents. “Ever since Biden said, ‘Come on over,’ they’re coming over,” Lujan said. “This was like a freeway to them.” Lujan stated that he is concerned the problem will only get worse when Title 42 ends on December 21. The Trump-era measure has allowed Border Patrol to expel about 40% of the migrants who attempt to cross the southern border, the New York Post reported. The city previously bused about 14,000 migrants to New York City and Chicago to help ease the overwhelmed El Paso shelters. However, the program ended after the city spent approximately $9 million, which the federal government...
    Three suspects are on the run after allegedly burglarizing a home on Long Island while the residents were sleeping. The burglary took place in Great Neck around 3:30 a.m., Thursday, Oct. 27 on West End Drive. According to Nassau County Police Department detectives, a 42-year-old man and a 38-year-old woman were sleeping in their West End Drive home and were woken up after another 69-year-old male resident sleeping heard a noise and spotted three unknown men run out of the house using the rear entrance.  An investigation determined that one suspect entered the residence through an unlocked first-floor bathroom window, Nassau County Police said. Police said he then opened a rear sliding glass door to let the two other suspects inside. Once inside the suspects were going into several rooms and looked through drawers and cabinets. All three then fled out the back door and were seen getting into a light gray Jeep Cherokee SUV that fled west on West End Drive towards Northern Boulevard, police said. A handbag that contained assorted credit cards and cash was missing from the living room along with a laptop computer. The men...
    THREE people are dead after a plane crashed into a home on Saturday night, but somehow the sleeping residents were miraculously left unharmed. Two men and one woman, all in their 30s, were killed when their small plane crashed into the Hermantown, Minnesota home, said police. 4A small plane crashed into a Minnesota home on Saturday, killing all three people on boardCredit: FOX9 4All of the residents inside the home weren't injuredCredit: FOX9 According to a press release, the Cessna 172 disappeared from radar shortly before midnight and first responders were able to find the wreckage after the small aircraft hit the second floor of a home. A large hole was left in the roof and side of the building and the plane eventually crashed in the backyard. Shockingly, none of the residents inside the home were hurt. “I don’t think we’ve come to grips with it just yet,” said homeowner Jason Hoffman. “It kind of comes and goes, a little bit of shock.” READ MORE NEWS'THEY'RE ON IT' Entire family gets busted for stealing at Walmart self-checkoutREADY TO LAUNCH...
    A working smoke alarm and the quick response of East Rutherford police prevented any serious injuries during a predawn multi-family home fire, authorities said. A candle in a second-floor bedroom may have ignited the blaze in the mid-century home on Grove Street off Mozart Street between Railroad and Paterson avenues shortly before 5 a.m., responders said. A detector woke sleeping residents, they said. A trio of responding police officers "entered the home to find smoke coming from a bedroom door [that] was also hot to the touch," the East Rutherford Fire Department wrote in a post. The officers ushered the residents to safety before firefighters doused the flames with a quick attack that limited the damage. Several things worked in everyone's favor. "While the contents of the bedroom received smoke and heat damage, it remained isolated to the room because of a closed door," the fire department noted. "Always keep bedroom doors closed at night and if there is a fire, close the door behind you. "Working smoke detectors also played a key factor. The sleeping occupants were alerted...
    One person was injured after the driver of a Dodge Durango hit an icy patch and slammed into a house with a sleeping mother and son inside. The crash took place in Windham County around 1:20 a.m., Tuesday, Jan. 11, in Plainfield. According to Plainfield Police, officers received a 911 from the tenant of a home on Main Street reporting that a vehicle had struck her home and was inside the structure.  Responding officers immediately closed down the road due to low-hanging power lines that had been disconnected from the residence, police said. Members of Central Village and Plainfield Fire departments were on scene attempting to assist the residents when they discovered that a 16-year-old had been struck and was potentially trapped underneath building material and other items inside that had come down and had been thrown across the room on top of him, police said. The teen and his mother Nicole Martin, age 39, were asleep with they were abruptly awakened by the Durango crashing through their wall.  They were assisted out of the residence until it could be determined if it was safe...
    SANTA ANA, Calif. (KABC) -- Santa Ana police are working to tackle a spike in burglaries at an apartment complex that has left residents there frightened.The Villa Del Sol apartment complex has seen five burglaries since Friday, says Santa Ana police officer Maria Lopez.In two of those instances the suspects entered the home through an unlocked door or window and stood over the two female victims, then touched or groped them."When a suspect is now touching our victims it definitely heightens our level of alert and our response to these types of calls," Lopez said.Cesar Torres, who lives in the Villa Del Sol apartment community, says he was alarmed to see a shadowy figure standing next to his bed after 3 a.m.Cesar says he saw a shadow in the corner of his dark bedroom. The bandit looked at him as he woke up. Cesar says the suspect got inside after first jumping over a fence and opening his sliding glass door.Police say the bandit slipped into Cesar's home through an unlocked door. He was startled coming face to face with...
    One of the top lawyers in the Flint water crisis settlement was caught by the judge sleeping during Tuesday's Zoom hearing to discuss the fairness of legal fees.  Philadelphia lawyer Mark Cuker was called out by US District Judge Judith Levy after he appeared to doze off while Flint residents were speaking out against the proposed settlement at the Genesee County Circuit Court in Flint.  He was slumped in his chair with his eyes closed, the Detroit Free Press reported.  'He has decided to take a nap during the remarks,' Levy said, according to the Detroit Free Press.   When Cuker woke up, the paper reported that he apologized to the court and to the speakers and said he took an early flight and had little sleep.   'I meant no disrespect,' he said. Mark Cuker, one of the top lawyers fighting on behalf of Flint residents in the water crisis situation, was caught dozing off during Tuesday's hearing via Zoom. He apologized in court and said had been flying and had little time to sleep Cuker was called out by...
    WATERTOWN (CBS) – Police are searching for the person who fired multiple gunshots at a Watertown home early Monday morning while the residents were sleeping inside. No one was hurt during the incident, which happened around 3 a.m. on Philip Darch Road. READ MORE: Officer Buys Food For Man After Shoplifting Incident In Manchester, NH Watertown Police said the home was shot at “several times.” READ MORE: Cold Case Closed: Chicopee Boy Found Dead In 1972 Was Likely Killed By Priest Residents in the neighborhood are asked to check surveillance cameras for any activity around 3 a.m. MORE NEWS: Dracut High School Teacher Placed On Leave After Giving Students Highly Inappropriate Survey Anyone with information is asked to call Watertown Police.
    A Paterson fire captain got two sleeping residents out of their beds early Sunday before flames blew through the roof of a string of attached homes anchored by a Greek restaurant, authorities said. The fire broke between a parked van and the 2½-story, wood-frame Berkshire Street building off Union Avenue shortly before 7 a.m., Public Safety Director Jerry Speziale said. The flames "traveled through the unprotected truss flooring system" of three attached addresses and blew through the roof before they were knocked down a little under an hour later, Speziale said. Lightweight materials used in building the mixed-use structure worsened the three-alarm fire, which severely damaged a tattoo parlor, the restaurant and the apartments above them, the director said. Engine 2 Capt. Kyle Hoffman forced his way into a second-floor apartment and rescued the sleeping the pair, he said. ****** PHOTOS: BT Fire Photos No injuries were reported in the Berkshire Avenue in Paterson.Bill Tompkins (BT Fire Photos)****** No injuries were reported. Six residents were displaced, Speziale said. A city fire marshal was investigating the cause. "Crews once again...
    San Francisco is dealing with its homeless epidemic by spending $16.1 million for 262 tents  — an investment that breaks down to $190 a night or $61,000 per tent per year. The tents will be placed in empty lots around the city, creating what officials are calling “safe sleeping villages.” The city will also provide food and other services. “The annual cost of one spot in one site is 2½ times the median rent for a one-bedroom apartment in San Francisco,” the San Francisco Chronicle reported. The report continued: City leaders are under enormous pressure to address the city’s swelling homeless population, which has become more worrisome and visible amid the pandemic as traditional shelters have had to cut their capacity and other services have been disrupted. But several officials said Wednesday that the tent program — which is not eligible for federal reimbursement — is staggeringly expensive and must be re-examined, especially amid the $650 million budget deficit that San Francisco projects over the next two years. The $16.1 million allocated for the safe sleeping program in the current budget is...
    AGOURA HILLS (CBSLA) — A mountain lion was spotted in Agoura Hills, prompting officials to tell residents that their pets and children should stay indoors in possible. The lion appeared quite large in size based on a photograph the LASD Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station shared, where it was seen sleeping on top of a tree around 1 p.m. in the 28800 block of Barragan Street. (Source: LASD Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station/Twitter) California Department of Fish and Wildlife officials told the sheriff’s department the mountain lion is likely from the nearby Santa Monica Mountains and will return once it’s dark out, the sheriff’s department said. No action was taken against the big cat, which was wearing a tracking collar that officials use to monitor mountain lion movements, and so deputies are just making sure it stays safe and away from residents. (© Copyright 2020 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. City News Service contributed to this report.)
    (CNN)Black and Latino adults in California are disproportionately cited for minor, non-traffic infractions like loitering or sleeping in public compared to their White counterparts, according to a new study. The coronavirus is making it harder for domestic violence victims to find a place to live, a study showsIn Los Angeles, 30% of citations for non-traffic infractions between 2017 and 2019 were issued to Black residents, though they make up just 7% of the city's population, according the study, which was released Wednesday by the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area.Black adults in L.A. were issued 63% of all citations for loitering while standing, the report says. And they were 3.8 times likelier to be issued citations for non-traffic infractions than White adults.The LCCRSF analyzed data on low-level, non-traffic infractions from agencies across the state, relying on information collected under the Racial Identity and Profiling Act, directly from local police agencies via public records requests, and from court filings. These citations are generally punishable by a fine, the report says, and include things like jaywalking, owning...
    MANCHESTER, N.H. (CBS) — Police in Manchester, New Hampshire are looking to track down the person who shot a bullet through the window of a bedroom where children were sleeping. Gunfire pierced the window on Green Street at about 3 a.m. Thursday. A caller told police she got up to use the bathroom and then heard “multiple gunshots.” Upon returning to her bedroom, she found glass on the bed. “It was discovered that a bullet had shattered the window and was located inside the room,” Manchester police said in a statement. “At the time of the incident, two young children were sleeping inside the bedroom.” A bullet shattered the window where children were sleeping in Manchester, New Hampshire (WBZ-TV) The children were not hurt. About 45 minutes earlier, police had responded to a reported shooting on Pine Street. A witness said they heard five or six gunshots and saw a white Volkswagon speeding away with its lights off. Police found a few droplets of blood, but no victims or bullet holes. It’s believed that the two incidents are connected. “These...
    NEW eco-streetlights installed outside homes in Swindon are so bright, residents say it's like sleeping at the town's football stadium. All of the area's 28,000 street lamps are being replaced by the council - and those living in streets where the work has already been carried out say they haven't slept properly since. 4Swindon residents say new eco-streetlights installed as part of a multi-million pound scheme have kept them awake for weeksCredit: SWNS:South West News Service 4All of the area's 28,000 street lamps are being replaced by the councilCredit: SWNS:South West News Service Council officials behind the £6.9million scheme say they have no way to turn the wattage down yet - meaning suffering residents must go without their sleep for weeks yet. Helena Williams Bowie lives with her husband John in Penhill Drive, where the lamps were replaced in the middle of August. She told the Swindon Advertiser: “They're so bright. "It’s like trying to sleep in the County Ground stadium. "They’ve got four huge floodlights, and we have three just outside on the roundabout.” John is registered legally...
    On Saturday night, Black Lives Matter protesters marched through the residential area of Georgetown in Washington, D.C late at night to purposefully disrupt the sleep of residents. Black Lives Matter protesters in DC bring the noise to residential neighborhoods in Georgetown. pic.twitter.com/yAlD8DhUwh — Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) August 9, 2020 Noise pollution protest in Georgetown. We loud. #DCProtests #BlackLivesMatter pic.twitter.com/lVyz7w3u23 — Melissa Barlow (@LiteraryMouse) August 9, 2020 “Black Lives Matter protesters marched down the streets of residential Georgetown slightly before midnight on Saturday night and screamed, ‘Wake your a** up!’ One person is seen using a megaphone and shrieking, ‘If we don’t get no justice, then you don’t get no sleep!’ Others are banging metal pots to wake people up,” The Blaze reported. The outlet also notes that the demonstrators “protested in front of a strip of mostly LGBT-centered bars in Dupont Circle.” Yelling homophobic slurs toward more people at outdoor dining areas. Same chant they were doing in Seattle yesterday as well #WashingtonDC pic.twitter.com/KUpSx63Rvl — Kitty Shackleford (@KittyLists) August 9, 2020 The technique of intimidating...
    On the heels of a viral video showing someone tossing a firecracker at a sleeping homeless man in Harlem early Monday morning — after which it exploded while the perps laughed and ran away — New York City police pledged to find those responsible, WCBS-AM reported. "The inhumanity of this crime is shocking to everyone who watches," NYPD Chief of Department Terence Monahan tweeted. "The NYPD WILL apprehend those responsible for using fireworks to assault our fellow New Yorker in Harlem yesterday. If you have any info, please contact @NYPDTips at #800577TIPS." The 66-year-old victim was hospitalized with minor burns after the incident on West 113th Street and is expected to recover, WCBS reported. More from the station: It's just the latest in an increasing number of firework incidents around the city. There have been more than 1,700 fireworks complaints to 311 since May 29. Fed up New Yorkers gathered to stage a loud protest Monday night outside Gracie Mansion, the mayor's official residence. Protesters honked their horns and chanted,...
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