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    A Wisconsin nurse has been charged with elder abuse after she amputate an elderly man's foot without permission, and allegedly told colleagues she was going to display it at her family's taxidermy store. Mary K. Brown, 38, was treating a 62-year-old man who suffered a fall and whose foot was subsequently damaged by frostbite. On May 27, she amputated the gangrenous foot, telling a fellow nurse she intended to exhibit it with a sign saying: 'wear your boots, kids.' The man died eight days after the operation, on June 4, and last week Brown was criminally charged. The saga began in March, when the man was admitted to Spring Valley Health and Rehab Center in the small, rural village of Spring Valley, close to the border with Minnesota, 60 miles east of Minneapolis. Mary K. Brown, 38, was charged with elder abuse on November 3 after she amputated a 62-year-old man's foot on May 27 without following procedure - and said she wanted it for her family's taxidermy store He had fallen and was struggling to recover: his foot was...
    It will be a decade behind bars for a man with a violent history who posed as a police officer in a tactical vest and robbed a Maryland family at gunpoint, Tony Covington, State’s Attorney for Charles County, announced. Suitland resident Clyde William Peterson, 52, has been sentenced to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty earlier this year to first-degree assault for an incident in Bryans Road last year. On July 13, 2021, officers responded to a residence in the 6900 block of Surrey Place in Bryans Road for the report of an assault with a weapon, the state’s attorney said. Upon arrival, officers spoke with Delonte Brown, who reported that he was assaulted by a suspect - later identified as Peterson - wearing a ballistic vest that said “Police” across the front of it. The investigation into the incident found that on the day of the incident, two suspects pulled up to the residence in a vehicle with tinted windows, officials said. The passenger of the vehicle, later determined to be Peterson, got out of the vehicle,...
    When a mother went to a hospital and never returned again, her children set out on a mission to find the answer, but it wasn't until 30 years later they found out what happened to their mother.  Myrtle Brown went missing at the age of 35, in 1990 while visiting her friends in New York; her fate remained unknown until her brother Robert Brown had a fortuitous encounter with a TV special about unidentified bodies.  The more than three-decade cold case was solved by a chance encounter with a news broadcast, but prior to the TV segment, the Brown family suffered for 32 years, constantly agonizing about where their mother could be.  Myrtle Brown went missing at the age of 35, in 1990 in New York; her fate remained unknown until her brother Robert Brown tuned into a TV segment The more than three-decade cold case was solved by a chance encounter with a news broadcast about unidentified bodies Robert (pictured left with Myrtle's daughter Eboney) thought the identified woman he saw on TV was his sister and phoned the...
    THE knife you use to cut your avocado could be impacting how long your fruit lasts. It's been revealed that using the wrong knife can actually cause your avocado to turn brown faster. 2It's been revealed that the knife you're using might cause avocado to turn brown fasterCredit: Getty 2The lifespan of an avocado's freshness can be prematurely shortened by using the wrong knife All Recipes says: "Metal knives, specifically knives containing copper and iron (which is any stainless steel knife), will start the avocado's browning process sooner than other materials." Anyone who's cut an avocado with the intention of saving half of it for later likely already knows the struggle. The half you saved for later might already develop brown spots after just a few hours. The oxygen in the air causes brown spots to show up once it meets the enzymes in the fruit – but metal knives speed the process up in a major way. Read More About Cooking HacksFIGHTING INFLATION I'm a savings pro - my 7 cooking hacks to help you save on groceriestop chef...
    If Seth Brown was stressed out over the birth of his firstborn son, one could not tell in his Friday night return from the paternity list. Brown stepped into the batter’s box in the sixth inning and hammered a Lance Lynn pitch into the Chicago stands for a solo home run. He then hit another line drive home run in the top of the eighth and added to a 7-3 A’s win over the host White Sox. Ramon Laureano should have been out by a proverbial mile when he grounded out to third, but Chicago’s 2020 MVP Jose Abreu literally dropped the ball from third and put the A’s slugger on base in the second inning. This mistake was spotlighted a few moments later, when Lynn’s former St. Louis teammate Stephen Piscotty ripped his fifth home run of the season over the wall. This three run-blast gave the visiting A’s a two-run lead after Abreu’s RBI single slipped into right-field the bottom of the first. For the next four innings, Gabe Kaprielian held down a potent Chicago lineup, allowing no...
    LOVE Island's Billy Brown made a shock confession during Monday night's episode when he told of some steamy under the sheets action with Danica Taylor. Billy, 23, made the confession during the boys' morning briefing - and didn't hold back with the details. 2Billy revealed all about his under the sheets action with DanicaCredit: ITV 2But fans are convinced he's not actually into DanicaCredit: ITV Using the Islanders' usual code, he was quick to answer when bombshell Adam Collard asked what they'd got up in bed. He said: "Cool mate, just cracking on with it, little bit of the 'salon's open' last night." Dami Hope asked: "Did she play with your pipette?" Laughing Billy replied: "Yeah, and then the other way around." More on Love IslandTRIPLE THREAT Dami cheated with TWO Love Island girls EVERY NIGHT in Casa Amor, says Chyna Luca Bish quickly advised: "Mate, opening the salon is basically signing the wedding certificate in here." Later in the Beach Hut Billy said: "It just happens, doesn't it?" Fans later took...
    CAMDEN, N.J. (CBS) — The mother of Stanley Brown, Jr. is praying for a break in the case of her son’s murder. The trail has run cold after six years. Now, the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office is asking for the public’s help in finding two suspects. READ MORE: Teen Girl Charged In James Lambert's Murder Gave 10-Year-Old Phone To Record Attack, Sources SaySgt. Dennis Convery can’t stop thinking about a case that’s weighed on his mind for more than six years. “It’s something I’m not going to stop working on,” Convery said. Gunned down the night of May 23, 2016 along North 30th Street in Camden, Stanley “Hoose” Brown was headed to watch an NBA playoff game with a friend when he was fatally shot. He saved his friend’s life, pushing him over the railing of a porch. (1/ ) #CBS3Mysteries @CBSPhilly pic.twitter.com/Nj0miXJxJH — Joe Holden (@JoeHoldenCBS3) July 15, 2022 “Parents shouldn’t have to bury their children,” Veronica Alston said. “It hurts, and that flatline comes out, it’s like you’re carrying around a dead person. It’s not easy, but...
    CHICAGO (AP) — Charges of official misconduct and aggravated battery have been filed against a white former Chicago police officer captured on video struggling with a Black woman who was walking her dog in a park. Officer Bruce Dyker has been charged with official misconduct and aggravated battery in a public way, the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office said. He’s due in court for arraignment on Thursday. Dyker, 52, who had been on desk duty since shortly after the incident last summer, resigned from the Chicago Police Department in May before any formal disciplinary action was announced against him, a department spokesperson said last week. He had been a Chicago officer since 1998. Videos showing Dyker grabbing Nikkita Brown shortly after midnight on Aug. 28, 2021, as she walked her French bulldog at North Avenue Beach later went viral. In one video recorded by a bystander, Brown and her dog appear to be walking away from the officer as he follows closely. Brown repeatedly tells Dyker not to come closer and to back up because he isn’t wearing a face...
    (CNN)Here's a look at the life of activist, actor and Pro Football Hall of Fame running back Jim Brown. He played his entire career with the Cleveland Browns.PersonalBirth date: February 17, 1936Birth place: St. Simons Island, GeorgiaBirth name: James Nathaniel BrownRead MoreFather: Swinton Brown, a professional boxerMother: Theresa Brown, a housekeeperMarriages: Monique Gunthrop (1997-present); Sue Jones (1958-1972, divorced)Children: with Monique Gunthrop: Aris and Morgan; with Sue Jones: Kim, Kevin (twins) and James Jr.; with Kim Jones: Kimberly; with Brenda Ayres: Shellee; mother's name unavailable publicly: Karen Brown WardEducation: Syracuse University, B.A., 1957Other FactsAt Syracuse, Brown played football, lacrosse, basketball and ran track.Qualified for the 1956 Olympics as a decathlete, but did not compete in order to focus on football.Inducted into the the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1971, the College Football Hall of Fame in 1995 and National Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 1983.Led the NFL in rushing eight out of his nine seasons.Played in nine straight Pro Bowls, for the 1957-1965 seasons.NFL's MVP in 1957, 1958 and 1965.Starred in movies such as "The Dirty Dozen," "Ice Station Zebra"...
    CNN anchor Pamela Brown strongly rebuked Republican lawmakers and public figures who have compared Covid masking and vaccine requirements to the Holocaust, noting that “the deaths of 6 million Jews should not be a punchline or a way to rally supporters.” “For the record, it is profoundly disrespectful to the memories of survivors and the suffering of those who were killed to equate the Holocaust to anything,” Brown said on Saturday, noting that it was International Holocaust Remembrance Day earlier this week. “But that does not stop mostly Republican lawmakers and public figures from trying to compare what is going on right now to this horrible time in human history.” Brown then listed examples of opponents of Covid vaccine and masking requirements invoking the Holocaust. She began by noting Robert F. Kennedy Jr.‘s assertion that Covid vaccine requirements are a sign of “turnkey totalitarianism” and that “even in Hitler’s Germany, you could cross the Alps into Switzerland, you could hide in an attic like Anne Frank did.” Kennedy’s remark was met with swift backlash and he later issued an apology. Brown then cited...
    A man in Wisconsin killed his parents in July after they discovered that he had faked going to college and getting a job offer from SpaceX, prosecutors say. Chandler Halderson, 23, was charged with two counts each of first-degree intentional homicide, mutilating a corpse, hiding a corpse, and falsifying information about a missing person. Halderson has pleaded not guilty to the charges. His trial began Monday and is expected to last three weeks. "A lot of cases begin with a murder. This one is just a small piece of the puzzle," Deputy District Attorney William Brown said Monday in his opening statement of the murder trial in the circuit court in Dane County, Wisconsin. "Chandler spun an amazing web of lies." BUREAU OF PRISONS DIRECTOR ANNOUNCES PLANS TO RETIRE AFTER TWO SCANDALOUS YEARS IN OFFICE Halderson presented himself as a soon-to-be graduate of Madison Area Technical College with a job at American Family Insurance and a job offer from SpaceX, Brown said. The young man attempted to create the image that he was legitimately employed through...
    Hartford Police are asking the public for help identifying the driver of a black Infiniti G35 who allegedly hit and killed a pedestrian and fled the scene. Michael Brown, age 51, of Windsor, was found in the roadway around 12:10 a.m., Saturday, Jan. 1, when Hartford Police responded to a report of a crash. According to Lt. Aarron Boisvert, of the Hartford Police, when officers arrived in the area of Main Street at Battles Street, they found Brown in the roadway, unresponsive, and suffering from severe life-threatening injuries.  He was transported to St. Francis Hospital, where he was later pronounced dead, Boisvert said. The vehicle involved in the crash, a black Infiniti G35, fled the scene prior to the officer’s arrival but was later located unoccupied, he added. The crash is under active investigation with a full reconstruction pending by the Crime Scene Division. Anyone with information is asked to contact lead detective Luis Franco at 860-757-4134 or HPD Tip Line at 860-722-8477.
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Two young men were charged Wednesday in a shooting that killed one armored car guard and critically wounded another – as well as another shooting shortly afterward that left two of their suspected accomplices dead, and the robbery of a cellphone store in between. Police Supt. David Brown announced that Antoine Montgomery, 19, and Deandre Jennings, 21, have both been charged with first-degree murder and attempted first-degree murder in the incident on Tuesday in Auburn Gresham. READ MORE: Kyle Rittenhouse Trial: Jurors Wrap Second Day Of Deliberations Without Verdict, After Watching Videos Of ShootingsMontgomery and Jennings are also charged with first-degree murder in a double homicide in the South Chicago community a short time later, which killed two men whom Brown said were their accomplices in the earlier robbery. Montgomery is further charged with one count of armed robbery and unlawful restraint in the robbery of a Boost Mobile store in South Shore. Brown said officers put their own safety at great risk to apprehend the “very violent” offenders – an effort that involved a SWAT team....
    GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — Three people found dead in a car in Grand Rapids a week ago have been identified as a 78-year-old woman, her daughter-in-law, and a child, a family member said. Police have released few details about the deaths, which occurred Nov. 4. READ MORE: Biden To Visit General Motors' Electric Vehicle Plant In Detroit On Nov. 17“We can’t believe that it happened,” Nicole Dantzler told MLive.com. She said the oldest of the three was her grandmother, Ruby Roberts. The others were Ellay Mae Brown, 60, and Zaida Ashford, who was 4 months old. They were discovered in a car outside Roberts’ home. Dantzler said police told the family that they’re still investigating. READ MORE: Volunteers Of America Michigan Surprises 3 Vets With A Car On Veterans Day, Celebrates 10 Years Of Detroit Housing Program“We were shocked. It was just like a movie. … We know they’re gone but it’s hurting us real bad,” Dantzler said. “Some of us, it hasn’t even hit yet.” Dantzler said her grandmother kept the large family together, singing and dancing at gatherings...
    Graphic body camera footage from a 2019 traffic incident in Louisiana shows a police officer pummeling a black driver more than a dozen times with a flashlight, leaving the man with a broken jaw and three broken ribs, The Associated Press reported Wednesday. The May 2019 incident unfolded when Aaron Larry Bowman was pulled over for a traffic violation. Louisiana State Troopers forcibly took Bowman out of his car and put him to the ground, the AP reported. Jacob Brown, a white trooper, arrived on scene, having later told investigators he “was in the area and was trying to get involved.” Brown jumped out of his police cruiser and began hitting Bowman on his head within seconds of “initial contact,” using an aluminum flashlight with a pointed end to strike Bowman repeatedly, according to the AP, which cited an investigative report. Video footage obtained exclusively by the AP shows Bowman laying on the floor as several officers are seen holding him down. “I’m not resisting! I’m not resisting!” Bowman can be heard screaming in the video as he is held...
    MONROE, La. (AP) — Graphic body camera video kept secret for more than two years shows a Louisiana State Police trooper pummeling a Black motorist 18 times with a flashlight — an attack the trooper defended as “pain compliance.” “I’m not resisting! I’m not resisting!” Aaron Larry Bowman can be heard screaming between blows on the footage obtained by The Associated Press. The May 2019 beating following a traffic stop left him with a broken jaw, three broken ribs, a broken wrist and a gash to his head that required six staples to close. Bowman’s encounter near his Monroe home came less than three weeks after troopers from the same embattled agency punched, stunned and dragged another Black motorist, Ronald Greene, before he died in police custody on a rural roadside in northeast Louisiana. Video of Greene’s death similarly remained under wraps before AP obtained and published it earlier this year. Federal prosecutors are examining both cases in a widening investigation into police brutality and potential cover-ups involving both troopers and state police brass. State police didn’t...
    SAN FRANCISCO — A California appeals court upheld sexual assault convictions against a Bay Area man who was convicted in an attack against a sex worker in Oakland, court records show. Michael Sean Brown, 54, was convicted of forcible oral copulation in the August 2018 assault. On appeal, he argued prosecutorial misconduct, that his attorney failed to weed out a potentially biased juror, and that a police expert witness on human trafficking biased the jury. The court rejected all three arguments, writing that while one juror talked about having experienced a sexual assault, that alone does not “establish an inability to act impartially.” “Notably, in the same questionnaire the juror confirmed that she could, in fact, set aside her personal beliefs or values and follow the law and that she could base her decision solely upon the evidence received and the court’s instructions,” the 35-page appellate court decision says. It later adds that the testimony of the victim, known in court records as Jane Doe, “was largely corroborated by defendant’s own text message sent to Doe several hours after she...
    ARAPAHOE COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – A 29-year-old man is headed back to jail, less than two years after he was released from prison for an Aurora vehicular homicide case. On July 29 an Arapahoe County jury convicted Jeremy Quincy Brown of DWAI. He was arrested on Jan. 9, 2021, after the manager of a restaurant called Aurora police on a report of a man passed out in his car in the drive-thru lane. Police say when they arrived they found Brown behind the wheel with the key in the ignition and the engine running. This latest conviction earned him a sentence of 12 months in jail. (credit: State of Colorado) Back on March 17, 2015, Brown was drunk when he hit another vehicle head on in an Aurora intersection. The other driver, 41-year-old Jason Soodsma, was killed. (credit: Arapahoe County) A year later, Brown pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide DUI and was sentenced to 10 years in prison. Less than four years later, Brown transitioned to community corrections Jan. 29, 2020, and to intensive supervision on May 4, 2020. Brown...
    (CNN)A federal jury has awarded $75 million to two brothers in North Carolina, decades after they were convicted of rape and murder they did not commit. Leon Brown and Henry McCollum were arrested in 1983 and spent nearly 31 years in prison before the half-brothers were exonerated in 2014.The award is significant because not all exonerees in the United States are guaranteed compensation. The federal government, Washington, DC, and only 35 states have some form of restitution laws, according to the Innocence Project, but advocates say many of them fall short in compensating people. Like many exonerees around the country, Brown and McCollum opted to file a federal civil rights lawsuit against the government agencies involved in their wrongful convictions -- a process that advocates say often takes years and it's challenging to win. They were innocent and on death row. Now, the exonerated want to ensure Biden keeps pledgeLast week, a federal jury decided that Brown and McCollum should be compensated for their time in prison, nearly six years after filing a lawsuit in federal court. The jury awarded...
    Police say that a driver of a car that struck a group of people in Houston, killing one woman, did so intentionally. Around 1 a.m. on Thursday, several people were huddled together in the parking lot of a Pinchy's Tex-Mex Restaurant after a fight broke out inside. After the crowd relocated outside, a man, about 20 years old, hit them with his car, ABC News reports. Investigators are looking into whether the fight was the impetus behind the incident, which left one woman dead and one other critically wounded. Several other people sustained less severe injuries, including four who were transported to local hospitals. Deputies responding to the scene initially believed it to be an auto-pedestrian accident, but later dubbed it an intentional assault. "We believe that the person did intentionally drive the vehicle at the people that were hit," Harris County Sheriff's Office Sgt. Jason Brown said during a press conference. Homicide Sgt J Brown giving a media update for a death investigation in the 1200 block of Mason https://t.co/I7A4sJ881k woman is deceased, four others suffered various injuries and we’re transported to local...
    Chattooga High School senior Jessica Brown has been selected as the FCA Christian Athlete of the Year. Brown has been in FCA for three years. She maintains a 3.6 GPA and will be an honor graduate. She says she is excited to be recognized as the FCA Christian athlete of the year. She is a member of FCCLA, HOSA, FCA, and BETA. She serves as Vice President for FCCLA, and is on the leadership team for FCA. Brown plays tennis and is the captain of the Lady Indians tennis team. “Early in life I was curious about the world around me and how it came to being. When I was about nine years old, I was riding my bike in the neighborhood and a guy stopped and asked if we had a home church. He invited us to his church where it turned out he was the preacher. During my seventh-grade year some of my friends invited me to their church and within four weeks I went to the altar...
    White House press secretary Jen Psaki said in a daily briefing Friday that "too often" law enforcement uses "unnecessary force" that results in the death of "Black and brown Americans."  Psaki had been asked if President Biden had watched footage of the police shooting of 13-year-old Adam Toledo.  "I have not spoken with him this morning. I expect I'll see him later this morning. I will say for those of us who did watch that video, it is certainly chilling and a reminder that across the country there are far too many communities where there is violence that is impacting that too often in this country," Psaki said. "Law enforcement uses unnecessary force, too often resulting in the death of black and brown Americans. "The president, again, has repeatedly said that he believes we need police reform. That's what he says he's calling for Congress to send to his desk," the press secretary continued. "There's an independent investigation, as you well know, and certainly we'll see that play itself through." CHICAGO POLICE RELEASE BODY CAM FOOTAGE OF ADAM TOLEDO FOOTAGE ...
    ALASKAN Bush People's Raiven Adams made her return to Instagram and posted photos of her son after fans suspected she may have split for her baby daddy Bear Brown. Bear has been sharing various cryptic posts, which has led people to wonder if their relationship is still alive. 10Alaskan Bush People's Raiven Adams made her return to InstagramCredit: Instagram 10This comes after fans suspected she and her baby daddy Bear Brown may have parted waysCredit: Instagram/bearbrownthekingofextreme 10The couple shares one son, Billy, togetherCredit: Instagram Raiven took to Instagram to share various pics, as the first was a sweet snap featuring the 23-year-old holding her son Billy in the air while they both smiled. The other two photos were of Billy playing with bubbles and then some Easter eggs. Raiven captioned it: "Happy late Easter hope you are all doing well!" While the post was all about good vibes, it comes just a few weeks after fans first suspected Raiven and Bear, 33, had parted ways. 10Raiven shared photos of her only childCredit: Instagram 10She wish everyone a 'Happy late Easter'Credit:...
    A man wanted for stealing three cases of Red Bulls from a Folcroft Wawa returned to the store hours later and was promptly taken into custody after being recognized by store employees, authorities said. The store surveillance system captured a man later identified as Sylvester Brown take the cases valued at $236.88 from the store on E. McDade Boulevard in the Folsom Section of town around 11:25 p.m. on April 1, Ridley police said. Brown left the store through the side door that is not intended for customer use and fled in a Green Chevrolet Pick-up with Delaware registration, police said. Then, about an hour later, Brown returned to the store and an employee who recognized him from the surveillance tapes called local authorities, police said. Brown was standing by the stock room door watching the employees, but when he realized he was being watched, he fled the scene in the same green pick-up truck, police said. Ridley Officer Mark Tancredi saw the truck pull out of the Wawa. The officer stopped the truck at MacDade Boulevard and Sycamore Avenue, and spotted...
    Smuggling probed: SUV in California crash entered through hole in border fence, officials say US Border: Unaccompanied kids being held by Border Patrol for 77 hours on average Best & Worst Refi Mortgage Companies of 2021 Ad Microsoft Price Alert: These SUVs Are Now Only $19,000 (Deal Of The Day) Ad Microsoft 0% APR Until 2022 is 100% Insane Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/15 SLIDES © Courtesy Meri Brown/Instagram No relationship is perfect — and the stars of Sister Wives aren’t afraid to admit it. After more than 20 years of marriage, Kody and Meri Brown have worked their way out of more than one major rough patch. The couple tied the knot in April 1990 before Kody introduced three more wives — Janelle, Christine and Robyn Brown — into their family. Their unique home life drew nationwide attention when their TLC...
    TikTok star Tabitha Brown has a new inspirational book coming! According to PEOPLE, Feeding the Soul (Because It’s My Business), will be on shelves on September 28. Congratulations, Tabitha. We can’t wait to read it. @iamtabithabrownPulled bbq pork alternative ❤️ #vegan #tabithabrown #fyp ♬ original sound – Tabitha Brown The vegan food star shot to fame this spring after sharing her vegan food on TikTok.”I literally wake up and pinch myself at the thought of my life today versus four years ago! Then I hear my daddy’s voice in my ear, saying, ‘You only live once, but if you live it right, once is enough,'” Brown told the outlet in an exclusive statement. “I couldn’t agree more! Living in my truth is enough, and it’s the best feeling ever. Sharing that with the world in my book is such a blessing and my hope is that readers will take the same feeling away after reading it.” @iamtabithabrownTonight’s dinner was requested by a few of you guys, a skirt steak substitute using portobello mushrooms! OMG! Delicious! #vegan #tabithabrown♬ original sound –...
    The FBI turned to the public for help finding a New York City man wanted for the brutal beating and armed kidnapping of a 70-year-old Paterson bodega owner. Reginald J. Law, 35, has a tattoo on one arm of the familiar “laugh now/cry later” mask and a tattoo on his torso of a woman, the bureau said. Surveillance footage shows Law and an accomplice bursting into the Easter Grocery and Food Market at 10th Avenue and East 28th Street last Oct. 8. While one grabbed owner Miguel Espejo in a chokehold, the other pointed a gun at him. The trio wrestled in front of the counter, knocking over items, before Espego was pistol-whipped, dragged from the store and shoved into the back of a rented U-Haul box truck with Arizona license plates that sped off, witnesses told police. Law and his partner kept Espego in the back of the van on a city street while they “repeatedly called the victim's family to demand ransom money for his release,” an FBI release says. Agents later reported finding Espejo tied up...
    EVANSTON, Ill. (CBS) — A man went on a shooting spree through multiple South Side neighborhoods and then north all the way to Evanston on Saturday – leaving three people dead and several others injured – before he was shot dead by police. A building security guard in Kenwood and a University of Chicago student were among those who were shot and killed. The man also returned to one of the crime scenes and shot at officers, police said. The suspect, identified as Jason Nightengale, 32, also took a woman hostage and shot and wounded her in Evanston, according to Chicago Police Supt. David Brown. The first incident happened in the 5000 block of South East End Avenue in the Kenwood neighborhood during the 1 p.m. hour, Brown said. He said Nightengale entered a garage and shot a 30-year-old man dead in his car, and the University of Chicago confirmed that the victim was a student there. The university said the building where the shooting happened in the Regents Park apartment building at 5035 S. East End Ave. “This is...
    KENNER La. (AP) — Louisiana State Police are investigating a trooper who fired his gun at the ground while trying to stop a speeder in Kenner. A news release says the incident happened Saturday morning after the unnamed trooper tried to stop 21-year-old Darryl Brown of Donaldsonville for driving 23 mph (37 kph) over the speed limit on Interstate 10 in St. John the Baptist Parish. The trooper pursued Brown and caught up with him miles later when Brown's 2007 Buick Lacrosse briefly stopped on a surface street in Jefferson Parish. The trooper got out and approached the vehicle with his gun firing. Brown sped off again and was later arrested at a house in Kenner. No injuries were reported. Brown was booked into jail on charges of speeding , driving on the shoulder, fictitious license plate, littering, and both felony and misdemeanor flight from an officer. Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Tags: Louisiana, Associated Press
    A Vietnam War veteran finally received his long awaited high school diploma this week in Tucson, Arizona. State and school leaders cheered for Clyde “Rocky” Brown during the ceremony on Tuesday when he received his diploma thanks to a revamped Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services (AZDVS) program, according to KOLD. “I didn’t want to be left behind during wartime and wanted to help fight over there, to serve the people… America, Americans,” Brown told the outlet. Clyde “Rocky” Brown is one of the first from Tucson to receive his high school diploma through a revamped Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services (AZDVS) program. https://t.co/EucGAgzVyM pic.twitter.com/7MmzpOUNmL — KOLDNews (@KOLDNews) December 9, 2020 In 1967, Brown left everything to enlist in the United States Marine Corps. Even though the then 17-year-old never graduated from high school, he learned a lot in the military and survived many dangerous situations. “We got rocketed quite often and had bombs dropped on us,” he said, adding, “We got shot at. I ducked a lot!” His career as an aircraft mechanic shaped him into the man he is today. “I...
    Antonio Brown just can’t stay out of trouble. In his latest incident off the field, the seven-time Pro Bowler and Buccaneers wide receiver in October was accused by his Florida gated community of destroying a security camera and throwing his bicycle at the security gate arm after being asked to come down to the gate so that he could escort a guest inside, the Miami Herald reported Monday. That request did not sit well with Brown, who in the midst of his temper tantrum yelled at the security guard, “Why are you wasting my f—ing time, you need to let my guest through the f—ing gate,” the police report said. But Brown, already under probation for a prior arrest, avoided having criminal mischief charges pressed against him by the luxury development where he owns a $6.6 million mansion, because the president of the Hollywood Oaks homeowners association feared the 32-year-old “may retaliate against her employees,” she told police. Sylvia Berman, the HOA president, later downplayed the incident in an interview with the newspaper. She said the board thought the incident...
    Alton Brown is not making many friends online this week. On Monday, the celebrity chef, author, and onetime Food Network host landed himself in hot water on Twitter with a miscalculated post about his conservative leanings—and days later, he cranked things up to a boil with a couple even more misguided Holocaust tweets. Brown appears to have removed all of the offending posts and has apologized for the Holocaust tweets. But at this point the controversy has grown into something larger, dredging up troubling comments the chef has made (and allegedly made) in the past. At this point he seems poised to join Bon Appetit and Alison Roman on the list of culinary-world A-listers to disappoint their fans in 2020. Things first started heating up earlier this week when Brown tweeted, “I have voted Republican most of my life. I consider myself a conservative. I want to believe there are still ‘very fine’ people on both sides of the aisle but…if #GOP leaders don’t get their collective noses out of that man’s ass, we’re gonna have words.”...
    A 25-year-old man was arrested after being recorded repeatedly making death threats that were deemed legitimate in Fairfield County, police said. The Darien Police Department received a complaint on Sunday, Oct. 4 from a local resident who had gotten into a verbal argument with Stamford resident Sean Brown inside an area apartment. Police said that Brown repeatedly stated that he wanted his victim dead, prompting his victims to begin recording Brown, as the threats were deemed potentially legitimate. According to police, the pair later drove to a Stamford residence, where the threats continued. After reporting the threats to both the Darien and Stamford Police Department, a warrant was issued for Brown’s arrest, which was executed by police in Stamford, who arrested him on Wednesday, Oct. 14 at his West North Street home. Brown was transported to Darien Police Headquarters, where he was charged with second-degree threatening. Brown was released on a $1,000 bond and scheduled to appear back in court later this month to respond to the charges.
    Pandemic accelerates with third peak of infections How to Tell If Chicken Is Bad Ariana Grandes new album Positions is coming this month. Heres everything we know. © Kevin Mazur/Getty Images / Republic Records Ariana Grande's new single "Positions" will be released on Friday, October 23. Kevin Mazur/Getty Images / Republic Records Ariana Grande recently revealed on Twitter that her new album is coming "this month." Grande's website was later updated with two countdowns, suggesting the album will be released on October 30. The countdown also reveals the album and its lead single are both titled "Positions." Cowriter Tayla Parx told Insider that Grande has been working with "the 'Thank U, Next' crew" during quarantine and said "she's made, yet again, another evolution." Tommy Brown, aka TBHits, and production duo The Rascals were both involved in the album's creation. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Ariana Grande is surprisingly close to releasing new music. The record-breaking pop star had stayed largely quiet about her sixth studio album, the follow-up to 2019's wildly successful "Thank U, Next" —...
    BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — An interim superintendent has been named to lead Baton Rouge schools while officials look for a permanent leader. After nearly five hours of debate Thursday, the East Baton Rouge Parish School Board voted unanimously to promote top administrator Adam Smith to take over as interim superintendent until the board can find a replacement for Leslie Brown, who last month resigned citing declining health. Smith is one of two associate superintendents and a 24-year veteran of the school system who has risen through the ranks and is well liked by many. Some pushed the board to install Smith in the job permanently but that effort failed. Smith was a semifinalist in the search that led to Brown’s hiring, The Advocate reported. Brown took over as superintendent on Aug. 3. Seven weeks later she abruptly went on emergency medical leave for an unspecified illness. Two week later she resigned. Smith’s promotion into Brown’s job will last just six months. Austin, Texas-based search firm JG Consulting is returning to lead a new superintendent search. The search firm is...
    The National Foundation for Gun Rights (NFGR) has donated more than $50,000 to the man accused of fatally shooting two people and wounding a third during civil unrest in Kenosha, Wis., following the shooting of Jacob Blake in August. The gun rights group announced Thursday it is sending the check –­­ the result of more than 1,000 donations made the NFGR to benefit Kyle Rittenhouse –­­ to be deposited into Rittenhouse’s trust fund administered by one of his attorneys. FIRE CHIEF: DAMAGE FROM KENOSHA UNREST TOPS $11 MILLION "I spoke with Kyle's mother this morning to let her know NFGR received over 1,000 donations amounting to over $50,000 from folks who support her son," said Dudley Brown, the foundation’s executive director, in a press release. The foundation is a nonprofit extension of the National Association for Gun Rights. Kyle Rittenhouse, left, with backwards cap, walks along Sheridan Road in Kenosha, Wis., on Tuesday with another armed civilian. (Adam Rogan/The Journal Times via AP) Rittenhouse, 17, remains in an Illinois jail, where he has been held since he was arrested days after the Aug. 25 shooting....
    Again to her roots! Hannah Brown took a visit down reminiscence lane upon paying a go to to a web site that known as again to her season of The Bachelorette. The Dancing With the Stars champion, 25, stopped by a windmill throughout her trip that resembled the one from season 15 of The Bachelorette final yr. At that individual spot in Nikithianos, Greece, Brown received down and soiled with former suitor Peter Weber inside the construction throughout their in a single day date. Courtesy of Hannah Brown/InstagramBrown posted footage from her current go to to her Instagram Story, the place she included a sticker that learn: “Very long time no see.” Throughout fantasy suite week, Brown and the 29-year-old Delta Air Traces pilot spent the night time in a windmill in Greece. Although she initially mentioned that the pair had intercourse twice throughout their night alone, she later admitted that the intimate motion occurred 4 occasions. “I used to be slightly dishonest about one thing,” she mentioned throughout The Bachelorette finale’s reside portion in July 2019. “Because it’s...
    A man accused of stabbing two people to death in Portland in June was previously arrested during a riot in downtown Portland a week prior to the killings but the charges were dropped when progressive District Attorney Mike Schmidt reportedly decided to not pursue charges. “Cassy Leaton, 22, and Najaf ‘Nate’ Hobbs, 39, were stabbed on June 16 near Northeast Davis Street. Police arrested Phillip Lawrence Nelson, 39, two days later,” KOIN News reported Tuesday. “He faces two murder charges and is being held without bail. Just days before he allegedly killed Leaton and Hobbs, though, Nelson was taken into custody at a protest in downtown Portland. Court records show he was arrested on charges of interfering with a peace officer. Those charges were dismissed the next day.” Journalist Andy Ngo noted that the charges from the “violent antifa protest” were dropped because the case “wasn’t pursued by the DA.” Breaking: Phillip L. Nelson, pictured below (left), was arrested at a violent #antifa protest in June & quickly released without bail. His criminal charge wasn't pursued by the DA. The...
    Meryl Streep’s nephew Charles Harrison Streep was arrested at his home in East Hampton Village, N.Y., on Thursday morning after a road rage assault. Charles, 31, allegedly assaulted and strangled an 18-year-old in a parking lot behind Chase Bank on Main Street, East Hampton, on Monday morning police told the Independent East End. Lt. Gregory Brown said police received several 911 calls at about 11:30 a.m. in regards to the altercation. 'BIG LITTLE LIES' STAR MERYL STREEP SLAMS THE TERM 'TOXIC MASCULINITY' ARGUING THAT WOMEN CAN BE TOXIC TOO When police arrived, Streep’s nephew had already left. Meryl Streep opened up about why she decided to join season 2 of HBO's "Big Little Lies." (Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images) The 18-year-old victim was offered medical attention at the scene, but refused, Brown said. Charles’s victim went home, but shortly after requested medical assistance. He was first transported to Stony Brook Southampton Hospital and later airlifted to Stony Brook University Hospital because of “serious head trauma that required emergency surgery.” JUDGE WILL NOT PUBLISH FULL INVESTIGATORY REPORT ON STATE'S ATTORNEY'S HANDLING OF...
    What might have been? Tyler Cameron and Hannah Brown are the definition of pleasant exes, however the pair can’t fairly neglect that they virtually walked down the aisle collectively. The Barkitecture host, 27, solely informed Us Weekly on Tuesday, August 18, that he’s puzzled what it will have been wish to plan a marriage with Brown, 25, if she had picked him on The Bachelorette. “[It’s] undoubtedly one thing I take into consideration,” he stated whereas selling his partnership with Verizon for its new 5G Combine & Match Limitless plans. “And we’ve talked about [it] earlier than. There’s all these what-ifs, however you may’t dwell in that world. What-ifs will kill you. ? So, I attempt to avoid that sort of pondering.”Tyler Cameron and Hannah Brown on ‘The Bachelorette.’ ABC/Mark BourdillonCameron added, “She’s an unimaginable individual. There’s little question that I believe we’d have been simply advantageous however we sort of went our [separate] methods and are totally different individuals than what we had been then. So, I could appear slightly totally different, slightly harder.” The mannequin stated that...
    ST. LOUIS (AP) — A suburban St. Louis police detective with a series of past misconduct allegations was charged with kicking a defenseless person during a 2019 arrest, federal prosecutors said. Ellis Brown III, head of the St. Ann police detective bureau, pleaded not guilty Thursday to a federal charge of violating a person’s rights during an April 9, 2019, arrest, He is accused of using unreasonable force by repeatedly kicking a person who was compliant and not posing a threat. The person involved was not identified in the criminal affidavit. Brown was released on bond but ordered to surrender all firearms. Brown was one of two officers who shot and killed 25-year-old Kajieme Powell in St. Louis in 2014 while investigating reports that Powell stole an energy drink and snacks from a market. Local prosecutors later declined to charge the officers, who said Powell approached them with a knife. A lawsuit from Powell’s family against the officers and the city continues, The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported. St. Ann police hired Brown in February 2017, a month after he left...
    Antonio Brown was suspended for eight games for violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy The free-agent wide receiver’s suspension will take effect Week 1 regardless of whether he’s on an NFL roster and it could be extended pending the outcome of a civil suit against him in Florida, the league announced. STEELERS' STEPHON TUITT CHOOSES TO STAND FOR FLAG 'BECAUSE I AM A PROUD AMERICAN' "Brown, who played one game in the 2019 season for the New England Patriots before being released, is an unrestricted free agent and may sign with any team. If he is signed before the start of the 2020 season, Brown would be eligible to participate in all of his club's preseason activities. Brown's suspension would take effect as of the final roster reduction on September 5. He would be eligible to return after the team's eighth game," the NFL said. "As part of the discipline, Brown was directed to continue his program of counseling and treatment, and that he is expected fully to cooperate with his clinicians. "Brown was advised that any future violation of the Personal Conduct Policy...
    New York City gave movie and television crews the Phase 4 green light on July 20, the same day professional sports teams were cleared to play without cheering (or jeering) fans in the stands — just silent cardboard cutouts.  And while the Yankees and Mets are swinging for the fences and the Islanders and the Rangers hit the ice for an exhibition NHL game, the stars of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” “Law & Order: SVU” and “Blue Bloods” — popular New York TV shows — are still cooling the bench.  Things are progressing, though. Production offices, closed since mid-March, are opening, stars’ schedules are getting untangled and scripts are being written and fine-tuned.  “We’ve tried to take a very measured response to the production rollout. September is when we’ll start to see some of the bigger shows come back,” said Anne del Castillo, commissioner of the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment (MOME). “That will include some locations throughout New York City.  “But even then, because of geographic limitation, it’s not like you’re going to see a hundred productions on...
    ALASKAN Bush People star Bear Brown's ex Raiven Adams showed off her flat tummy just three months after giving birth to baby River. She has shared a number of photos on Instagram that show off her impressive post-baby body. 9 Raiven showed off her post-baby body on InstagramCredit: Instagram 9 She gave birth to baby River three months agoCredit: Instagram Raiven sported a matching gray outfit of sweat pants and a crop top, which she simply captioned with a blue heart emoji. She posted a side angle photo and another shot of her straight on in the comfy ensemble. In another photo, she rocked a black dress with a zipper down the side. She captioned the shot: "Tired of staying at home my brains gonna explode." An additional set of photos were mirror selfies that showed Raiven rocking light wash denim jeans and a light pink crop top, which showed off her flat stomach. 9 She posed in a cute black dressCredit: Instagram 9 She showed off her flat stomach in a crop topCredit: Instagram The reality star captioned the...
    Oregon State Police placed a trooper on administrative leave and launched an internal investigation after video appears to show him defying Democratic Gov. Kate Brown's statewide mask order in a Corvallis coffee shop next to Oregon State University, the Oregonian reported. What are the details? The uniformed trooper was captured on surveillance video — which doesn't have audio — entering Allan's Coffee & Tea on Wednesday morning without a mask, and the shop's assistant manager, Travis Boss, told the trooper he needed to wear a mask, the outlet said. "Governor Brown has no authority to take our civil liberties. We aren't going to wear masks," the trooper allegedly said, according to a written statement from Boss that was provided to the Oregonian. Boss added that the trooper placed his order and said, "F*** Kate Brown," the paper reported, adding that the incident took place the same day Brown's order went into effect. "He's a state trooper, he's in uniform," Boss said, according to the Oregonian, adding that the trooper is a regular...
    The accused cop basher who made a dramatic escape attempt from Rikers Island last week pulled the same stunt Sunday morning — this time eking out just 30 minutes of freedom before he was corralled, corrections sources told The Post. A separate source with knowledge of the situation said Arthur L. Brown, 37, of Brooklyn, was found on the roof of a facility on Rikers. On Thursday, Brown made his bold move at 12:17 p.m. while he and other jailbirds got fresh air atop the George R. Vierno Center, a men’s jail near the island’s eastern tip, sources said last week. A surveillance camera recorded Brown, who’s been jailed since allegedly attacking two cops more than a year ago, as he scaled a fence in a corner of the yard last week, the sources said. It was unclear how he made it down from the roof, which is two stories above ground, and the escape wasn’t reported until 12:41 p.m., sources said. A “red alert” was issued six minutes later and a search of the island was ordered at 12:57...
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