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    No one was injured in the crash. The post from the police garnered more than a thousand shares on Facebook and 440 comments. Among those who commented on the story was the Kilgore Animal Control, which joked, "I did NOT issue this pups license, before anyone asks…" and added a comical emoji. "He certainly has a guilty look on his face," police concluded. Heres a local news report about the incident: ‘Reckless driver’ crash turns out to be dog behind wheel in Kilgorewww.youtube.com
    California Gov Gavin Newsom's reparation committee has slammed America as a 'racist country' while others have slammed 'white superiority.' Chair of the group, which was created after 2024 hopeful Newsom signed legislation in 2020, Kamilah Moore has said she plans to be as 'radical as possible' when it comes to her role. The nine-person group believes that black Americans should receive the money for 'enduring the economic effects' of racism and slavery – after initially making the suggestions in California. A taskforce set up by California Gov. Gavin Newsom is urging the federal government to pay every African American in the US at least $223k for 'housing discrimination' - while continuing to probe other areas for compensation California is the first state to require agencies to present a separate demographic category for descendants of enslaved people. On Thursday, the New York Times reported that the taskforce has spent months traveling across the West coast to learn about the effect of the policies. In a March 2022 report, those eligible for the reparations would have to be descendants of enslaved African...
    The man arrested for tossing Green Book actor Frank Vallelonga Jr's body out of a stolen vehicle onto a Bronx street told police 'he didn't know the guy' and has been released from jail despite facing nine charges, the DailyMail.com can now reveal. Stephen Smith, 35, was arrested by police around 9:40am in front of Food Center Drive in the Bronx on Tuesday, a day after Vallelonga's body was discovered.  Though Smith was not charged in Vallelonga Jr's death he was riding a stolen vehicle - a gray 2021 Hyundai Elantra- with New Jersey license plates, when he dumped the actor's dead corpse along Oak Point Avenue in the Bronx at approximately 1:15am on Monday. Smith now faces charges stemming from grand larceny, petit larceny, criminal possession of stolen property, unauthorized use of a vehicle. His next court date at Bronx Criminal Court is January 11, 2023. He is currently on supervised release.  The criminal complaint obtained by DailyMail.com said Smith 'walked to the passenger's side of the vehicle and pulled a human corpse out of the passengers seat and...
    A DAD-of-three was kicked off an easyJet flight and banned for five years after flight crews thought he had a bomb. Aaron card was flying out to Tenerife with a few pals in September for his 35th birthday. 4Dad-of-three Aaron said he was kicked of his easyJet flight after crews thought he had a bombCredit: Aaron Card 4The sports massage therapist said he was escorted off by armed policeCredit: Aaron Card 4The dad was due to fly out to celebrate his 35th birthdayCredit: Aaron Card The sports massage therapist boarded his early morning flight with a sealed duty free bag of alcohol. Ready to start the celebrations, Aaron said he sat down next to a couple and joked he had a "bottle of rum" he was happy to share. But as they sat on the runway at Gatwick Airport delayed, Aaron said an air hostess nodded at him before armed officers quickly made their way through the aisle to him. He told The Sun Online: "The air hostess walks past me looks at me and nods at me and...
    Herschel Walker speaks during a campaign rally in Greensboro, Georgia on November 29.John Bazemore/AP Fight disinformation: Sign up for the free Mother Jones Daily newsletter and follow the news that matters.Not too long ago, Herschel Walker said that he had experienced racism, having been stopped and harassed by the police because he was a Black man. And he expressed his fear that police will abuse his son because he’s Black. Yet during his campaign for Senate in Georgia, Walker, the Republican now in a December 6 run-off against Democratic incumbent Raphael Warnock, has repeatedly declared that racism does not exist in the United States. This is all part of a confusing series of remarks about American racism that Walker has made in recent years.   In July 2020, a year before he would announce his Senate bid, Walker appeared on the podcast of David Harris Jr., a Black conservative, and discussed assorted matters relating to race. Referring to his son, Walker noted that he was “afraid if the police stop him because he’s Black.” Moreover, Walker recalled his own troubling encounters...
    An 8-year-old girl is now in emergency custody of relatives after her mother tried to kill her and herself using fentanyl she purchase "on the dark net" because "God told her they would die soon," police detail in court documents obtained by Daily Voice on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022.  **WARNING the following details may be disturbing to readers** Skye Contance Naggy, a 47-year-old hairstylist in Greensburg, Pennsylvania, claimed to have heard from God that she and her daughter would die soon so she went about purchasing fentanyl online, crushing it up and lacing apple juice with it, according to the court documents.  Naggy then left notes with the juice for her daughter reading "Momma loves you, and Jesus loves you. Drink this chug! You are saved, come to heaven with mom and God." There was also a picture of a "guardian angel"  and another note reading "If I cannot talk it's OK drink the apple juice! I will meet you in heaven!" the police detail in the documents.  A family member first came to the police with concerns about Naggy...
    Lugo’s attorney, Daniel Griffin, told WPRI that his client "never should have been arrested. He’s a kid who wanted to serve the city, who wanted to serve his community, and he was railroaded. He’s acquitted now, and we just hope that the city of Providence does the right thing and puts him back to work.” A Providence police spokesperson said the department still wants to terminate Lugo — who's been on paid suspension since the altercation — despite his acquittal, the station said. Lugo can’t be fired outright due to the Law Enforcement Officer Bill of Rights, WPRI said, adding that it's unclear when the LEOBOR hearing will occur. Lugo, a Republican, dropped out of the state Senate race shortly after the incident. Rourke, a Democrat, lost to another Republican as the seat held by retiring Majority Leader Michael McCaffrey was up for grabs.What did Black Lives Matter have to say?The executive director of the Black Lives Matter RI Political Action Committee told WPRI he was at the pro-abortion rally, that Rourke only was trying to deescalate things,...
    KING Charles stoically said “it’s fine, let’s carry on” after eggs were thrown at him yesterday, a lip reader has claimed.  The monarch first said “pleased to meet you” to a woman in the crowd as he carried on shaking hands, Jeremy Freeman suggested. 6The King said to carry on after an egg was thrown at him, a lip reader saidCredit: PA 6The moment the egg flew past the monarch after it was lobbed by a yobCredit: Sky News 6The yob was detained by cops during the walkabout in YorkCredit: Getty 6The egg landed on the ground next to the KingCredit: SKY NEWS He then turned to a woman in military uniform and said to carry on before asking a protection officer: “Everything alright?” Jeremy told the Mirror he thinks the protection officer told His Majesty: “He’s been taken care of.” Yesterday four eggs were lobbed at the King, who barely flinched. The idiot protester, identified as Extinction Rebellion gardener Patrick Thelwell, was immediately bundled to the ground as the crowd yelled "shame on you" at him and "God save the...
    A 911 call obtained by KLAS outlines the moment when a Nevada woman told a dispatch officer that she had murdered her mother by cutting her neck off.  Hend Bustami, 28, of Las Vegas, called police around 2.30am on Wednesday, October 26, and calmly described how she killed her mom, Afaf Hussanen, 61.  Bustami, who gained notoriety in August when she accused officers of arresting her for being too good-looking while being arrested for theft, now stands accused in her mother's brutal death.  The newly uncovered audio begins with a dispatch officer asking what the purpose for calling was and what type of assistance the woman was in need of.  Bustami told dispatch that she broke a table over her mother's head and 'cut her neck off'   'Do you need police, fire, or medical?' the 911 dispatcher asks the Las Vegas woman.  'Uh, medical,' she responds. 'I think I killed my mommy.' Bustami gives the dispatcher her mother's address before she was eventually asked why she thinks she 'killed her mommy.'  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next ...
    A Nevada woman who shot to notoriety after claiming she'd been arrested for theft for being too good-looking stabbed her mother to death with a shard of glass before calling 911 and declaring: 'I think I hurt my mommy,' it's claimed.  Hend Bustami, 28, of Las Vegas, reportedly called police around 2.30am to admit she killed her mother, Afaf Hussanen, 61, on Wednesday.  'I think I hurt my mommy,' dispatchers believe Bustami told them before hanging up the phone.  Officers found Hussanen inside the home they shared with multiple stab wounds said to have been inflicted with pieces of broken glass.   California Highway Patrol found Bustami driving down Interstate 15 near Barstow around 5am and she was reportedly covered in blood.  She told investigators she had gotten into an argument with her mother and had stabbed her with a shard of glass, according to 8 News Now, who viewed the report.  Bustami made headlines in August after she was arrested at the Harry Reid Airport in Las Vegas after trying to skip out on a tab at a Chili's restaurant....
    A 28-year-old Las Vegas woman was arrested Wednesday on allegations she killed her mother—just months after she reportedly told police she was too good looking to be arrested. Hend Bustami was nabbed in California, shortly after police responded to a 2:34 a.m. call from a “frantic female” who told dispatchers that her mother was dead then hung up, Las Vegas Metro Police Lt. Dave Valenta said, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal. In a statement, police said Bustami had been involved in a “verbal dispute” with her mom, who was later found in a Vegas residence with “multiple lacerations.” She was pronounced dead at the scene; an autopsy report will determine a cause of death. Bustami was previously arrested in June for dining and dashing at an airport Chili’s. She also broke airport rules, including sleeping by the security checkpoint, at Harry Reid International Airport, a police report said at the time. When cops found Bustami in a baggage claim area, she was “belligerent” and said “she was being harassed because cops [had] never seen anyone as pretty as...
    A SUSPECTED school shooter allegedly yelled "you are all going to die" before killing two in a horrific act of gun violence, a shaken teacher has said. Three people are dead, including the male suspect, with seven more hurt following a mass shooting incident at Central Visual and Performing Arts High School in Missouri at around 9am, according to police. 3A suspected school shooter allegedly yelled 'you are all going to die' before killing two in a horrific act of gun violence, according to a teacherCredit: FOX 2 3At least seven more were injured during the incident that took place at Central Visual and Performing Arts High School in St Louis Monday morning, police saidCredit: AP 3One student told a local outlet that the shooter fired into her locked classroom from the hallway but couldn't get insideCredit: FOX 2 St Louis officials are working to determine the identity of the fallen suspect who is described as a man in his 20s after quickly responding to the incident and taking him down in a shootout. Before police could stop the horror...
    An Iranian government mouthpiece has called Britney Spears' mental health into question after the troubled star voiced her support for women's rights protests there.  The Islamic Republic News Agency tweeted: 'American singer Britney Spears was placed under her father’s conservatorship in 2008 due to her mental health problems' on their official twitter account.' 'That gave Britney’s father control over her finances and even her personal life aspects such as pregnancy, remarriage and visits to her teenage sons,' the tweet concluded. They also attached a picture of a separate reply to Spears' tweet from another user who wrote 'Nice talk. Can you manage your own money yet?' They did so in response to a tweet from Spears, 40, whose 28 year-old husband Sam Asghari Iranian American. It said: 'Me & my husband stand with the people of Iran fighting for freedom.' Iran appeared to be attempting to question whether Spears was in a fit state to question turmoil engulfing the country, which is run by a cabal of hardline Islamic clerics.   Britney Spears and her husband Sam Asghari, who is...
    When Alex Mingus stepped to a podium after receiving the St. Paul police chief’s Award for Valor for saving a man who’d been shot, he had a message to deliver. “I just want folks to know that they don’t keep us safe,” he said of police. “We keep us safe.” On Site Public Media captured video of Mingus’ speech last week, which has gone viral and received national media attention. Mingus, a 42-year-old father and a staff member at a Minneapolis school, said Monday that he used his limited medical knowledge to help the man who had been shot in St. Paul’s North End neighborhood. He was driving his wife to work on the morning of Oct. 8, 2021, when he saw the aftermath of the attack and pulled over to help. He used a towel and a shirt to slow the bleeding from a gunshot wound. An officer later informed Mingus that a bullet severed an artery in the man’s arm and, if Mingus hadn’t helped, he likely would have died. Mingus is a Black man and he told...
    Human remains have been discovered in Okmulgee, Oklahoma in a river Friday afternoon, local news outlets report. According to News On 6, the families of four local men who have been missing have been informed. At this time, police have not confirmed that the remains are those of the missing men, however. News Channel 8 in Tulsa streamed a press conference with the Okmulgee Police Department Chief Joe Prentice Friday in which he confirmed 'multiple human remains' were found.  WATCH: The Okmulgee police are giving an update on the four missing men.WATCH: The Okmulgee police are giving an update on the four missing men.Posted by NewsChannel 8 - Tulsa on Friday, October 14, 2022You can watch the full press conference in the player above.  Prentice said Friday he's unsure if the remains are connected to a group of men who recently went missing nearby.  'Currently, we have more questions than answers,' Prentice said. The Chief also said that it could take some time to identify the remains.  'If it turns out that these four missing men are the remains in...
    A TikTok posted by a disabled Georgia woman went viral after they clips showed her arriving at the Atlanta airport only to find her handicap-accessible van being blocked by an illegally parked Porsche.  In a video captioned 'BLOCK and LOCKED into parking space...(again)!,' Yvette Pegues, 38, documented her Friday evening arrival at the Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport only to find her handicapped van blocked by a blue Porsche SUV. 'I can't even get out of the parking because my van has been blocked by someone who is illegally parked,' she said. 'I have a six-foot ramp that comes out of my car to exit the vehicle. In this case I needed at least six feet,' she added. Pegues, who is paralyzed from the waist down, then tried turning to airport parking attendants for help. 'I called parking several times. Parking said, 'Call the police.' Police said, 'Call parking,' so I was vacillating between the two,' she said. 'I'm out here alone in the dark and can't get home.' @yvettepegues ♿️ The “special lift area” or diagonal lines around #ADA or...
    A 24-year-old Amherst man learned the hard way that saying your name while robbing someone you know defeats the purpose of a mask, officials said.  Oscar Garcia Alvarado pleaded guilty to a 2019 armed robbery, and a judge sentenced him to between seven and eight years in prison on Thursday, Oct. 6, the Northwestern District Attorney's Office said.  Alvarado and another man who police have not identified broke into an Amherst man's apartment on Nov. 14, 2019, while he was playing video games with friends online, police said. The duo carried a pistol and a rifle and covered their faces with hooded sweatshirts. Police said they demanded cash from the victim and pistolwhipped him to the ground.  The victim knew Alvarado from years before and recognized his voice, the prosecutor said. He was left with no doubts when Alvarado's accomplice called him by his name.  "Who’s Oscar?" Alvarado reportedly snapped at his partner. "Stop saying my name, or I’ll kill you." The duo got away with $320 and several of the man's electronic devices, the DA's office said. Northampton...
    A 24-year-old Amherst man learned the hard way that saying your name while robbing someone you know defeats the purpose of a mask, officials said.  Oscar Garcia Alvarado pleaded guilty to a 2019 armed robbery, and a judge sentenced him to between seven and eight years in prison on Thursday, Oct. 6, the Northwestern District Attorney's Office said.  Alvarado and another man who police have not identified broke into an Amherst man's apartment on Nov. 14, 2019, while he was playing video games with friends online, police said. The duo carried a pistol and a rifle and covered their faces with hooded sweatshirts. Police said they demanded cash from the victim and pistolwhipped him to the ground.  The victim knew Alvarado from years before and recognized his voice, the prosecutor said. He was left with no doubts when Alvarado's accomplice called him by his name.  "Who’s Oscar?" Alvarado reportedly snapped at his partner. "Stop saying my name, or I’ll kill you." The duo got away with $320 and several of the man's electronic devices, the DA's office said. Northampton...
    A report from the nonprofit Governors Highway Safety Association found that there had been a record number of pedestrian fatalities in 2021, an estimated 7,485 people. “This is heartbreaking and unacceptable,” said the association's executive director Jonathan Adkins in a news release. “The pandemic has caused so much death and damage, it’s frustrating to see even more lives needlessly taken due to dangerous driving.” The report found that many fatal accidents occurred at night because of the lack of visibility from darkness. Here's more about the rise in pedestrian deaths: Why Are Pedestrian Deaths On The Rise? www.youtube.com
    Investigators say Fadairo confessed to the police and said Essien had owed him money, but Essien's wife told KHOU the father of three had been trying to help Fadairo with money and jobs for years. She said they had been friends for three decades and had gone to high school together. "He was very selfless. He put everybody else above himself," said Court documents said Fadairo was charged with two counts of murder. The suspect's attorney told reporters that he did not know the 2-year-old boy was in the car when he stole it. Fadairo was also charged with tampering with evidence because police said that he tried to delete cellphone messages related to the crime. A GoFundMe campaign has been created for the family of the victims. Here's more about the heinous incident: No bond for Bolanie Fadairo in murders of lifelong friend, toddler www.youtube.com
    A Boston woman with multiple arrest warrants had some choice words for officers when she was finally placed into custody this past week.  Tasheaka Buchanan was arrested after assaulting a man and woman at Ashmont Station around 9:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 8, Transit Police said.  The couple told officers that while they were in the bathroom, Buchanan started knocking on the door and demanded they get out.  The couple then got into an argument with Buchanan, at which point Buchanan punched both of them in the head, police said.  Officers who approached Buchanan noticed that she was intoxicated. She then responded to the extent of saying how she should have "drank more today," police said.  Further investigation revealed Buchanan was wanted for several offenses including assault and battery, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and receiving stolen property. She was placed into custody and taken to TPD-HQ for booking.
    Meghan Markle's claims that a fire broke out in son Archie's nursery in South Africa have been backed up by a security source. The insider, who is believed to be close to the Duchess of Sussex and was attached to her security detail during the 10-day tour in 2019, said he personally saw the 'severely melted' heater. He said Meghan received a message that there had been a 'fire' and her vehicle 'broke away' from the security convoy. The source told The Citizen that the heater fire at the official residence supplied by the British High Commission was never reported and British police told them to 'keep it quiet'. It is the first confirmation that a fire as reported in a podcast by Meghan Markle actually happened after the British Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office refused to comment. Meghan Markle's claims that a fire broke out in son Archie's nursery in South Africa have been backed up by a security source (pictured in Cape Town on the tour) The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are pictured at an engagement in Nyanga...
    Bodycam video shows the woman exiting the SUV, and the officer fires several shots in her direction. She falls to the ground and begins rolling towards the security gate. Backup officers arrive at the scene to apprehend and treat the suspect for her gunshot wound that is believed to occurred when the officer jumped out of the cruiser. The suspect was later identified as 39-year-old Taneysha Shari Carter. She was taken to a local hospital and later released. She was charged with aggravated assault with a dangerous instrument (her car) and third-degree trespass. Arizona's Family news previously reported, "Court documents said Carter told investigators she believes law enforcement, the military and a group she referred to as the Illuminati are trying to kill her. She claims she was trying to get the officer’s attention to tell him this information. Carter also said she thought the officer knew who she was." The outlet added that Mesa Police detained Carter in 2020 for mental health reasons. (WARNING: Graphic video) Robson, OIS, July 7, 2022 www.youtube.com...
    Police said Duran confessed that he had planned to drug a 5-year-old girl with a tranquilizer-laced Starburst and kidnap her in order to sexually molest her. Investigators said that Duran told them he was involved in another similar incident at another school. Xenia Sgt. Lon Etchison commended the principal for his quick thinking. “The principal was very quick, as my understanding, in recognizing that there was an issue and addressing it. So I absolutely think that he could have prevented very bad from happening,” Etchison told WHIO. Duran is facing charges of attempted kidnapping, felony escape, and felonious assault related to his alleged attempt to stab an officer. He was held without bond. Here's a local news video about the incident: Police: Man impersonates parent at Xenia school, planned to abduct child | WHIO-TV www.youtube.com
    The women who reported a racist attack outside a restaurant in Texas say the woman who confronted them claimed she 'hated Indians' and even started physically assaulting one of them. Realtor Esmeralda Upton, 58, flew into a rage after she came across the group of four Indian women outside the Sixty Vines wine bar in Plano, Texas on Wednesday night.  Rani Banerjee, Bidisha Rudra and Sabori Saha say they had all just finished dinner when the now-viral confrontation took place.  'I hate these f****** Indians,' Upton says at one point, calling them 'f****** curry-a** b****es.' Banerjee told WFAA the threats weren't just with words: 'What was so very scary is she came very close and not only verbally assaulted us but started physically assaulting us. She started hitting me'.  Rani Banerjee (left), Bidisha Rudra (right) and Sabori Saha (center) say they had all just finished dinner when the now-viral confrontation took place Banerjee told WFAA the threats weren't just with words: 'What was so very scary is she came very close and not only verbally assaulted us but started physically assaulting us....
    NOLA public schools are gun-free zones, and it is unlawful for anyone to intentionally carry a firearm within 1,000 feet of school property. A second incident of violence erupted between students at the same school on Wednesday. Investigators say a student used a "taser-like device" to strike two other students during a fight on a school bus. One of the students was unharmed, but the other was hospitalized and may have suffered a concussion after hitting his head during a fall. The mother of the two injured students, Tamika Calvin, spoke to WWL-TV and said that her children were trying to break up the fight when they were tased. “Tomorrow, I have to send my children back to school, into the alligator’s mouth because they have to go to school by law, but we don’t know what’s going to happen,” Calvin said. “I want the Orleans School Board to know that our kids are not safe at school,” she added. Here's a local news report about the shocking incident: School officials and law...
    The Canadian socialite accused of 'accidentally' shooting dead a top Belizean cop now claims vengeful officers plotted to murder her and disguise her death as a botched jail break. Jasmine Hartin, 33, says 'corrupt' police in Belize City unlocked her cell in the middle of the night and motioned her towards a back door - insisting she was free to go. Hartin, who is awaiting trial for the 2021 manslaughter of Superintendent Henry Jemmott, sensed it was a trap and refused to run, telling officers: 'I know you will shoot me in the back.' The alleged incident happened when Hartin was detained on May 19 for supposedly arranging 'hits' on Belize Police Commissioner Chester Williams and a family court magistrate. She was cleared this week by Williams who conceded there was never any credible threat to either himself or Dale Cayetano, who oversaw Hartin's child custody battle with ex-partner Andrew Ashcroft, the son of Britain's Lord Ashcroft. Hartin now plans to sue the Belizean police for false imprisonment. Jasmine Hartin, 33, says 'corrupt' police in Belize City unlocked her...
    Vanessa Bryant walked hand-in-hand with her daughter Natalia to a Los Angeles court on Monday - days after she broke down and sobbed on the stand as she told a jury how she was 'blindsided' and 'betrayed' by police taking photographs of the bodies of her husband Kobe and daughter Gianna. Bryant's widow is suing LA County fire department and the sheriff's office for invasion of privacy after the images of the January 2020 crash were shared by officers. With closing arguments in the trial expected this week, after two weeks of hearings, the 40-year-old arrived at court accompanied by her daughter Natalia, a 19-year-old model and student. Natalia's 13-year-old sister Gianna was killed alongside their father. Vanessa is also mother to five-year-old Bianka, and Capri Kobe, 3. Vanessa Bryant and her daughter Natalia, 19, arrive in court in Los Angeles on Monday morning The Bryants are seen on Monday morning accompanied by their legal team as they arrive in court Vanessa is mother to Kobe's four children: Gianna, 13, who died with her father in January 2020; Natalia (right), 19;...
    Five-year old girl Grace Hughes - who has been missing for 12 days - has been located safe and well.  On Friday shortly after 2pm Northern Territory Police released a statement saying they had located Grace and her mother Laura Hinks. The pair had been missing since August 7 when Grace was allegedly abducted from the Berrimah area, in Darwin's east. The mother and daughter vanished after a supervised parental visit when Ms Hinks, 34, left an address at about 1pm on Hidden Valley Road.  Grace Hughes and her mother Laura Hinks, also known as Laura Bolt, (pictured) have been found safe and well on Friday Police say Grace is receiving a medical check but is in good physical condition. Her mother Ms Hinks, is currently assisting police with their inquiries.  During the search for the missing girl, Northern Territory Detective Acting Senior Sergeant Jon Beer said the group that took Grace continued 'to peddle ideologies and false information'.  Police have ramped up efforts to reunite the little girl (pictured) with her 'lawful guardian' and will focus their efforts on the individuals...
    The lawyer for a ‘killer’ yoga teacher is claiming that law enforcement quizzed her over the death of her love rival illegally – as court documents reveal her boyfriend told cops he regrets buying the murder weapon. Kaitlin Armstrong, 34, is accused of gunning down her love-rival Anna Moriah ‘Mo’ Wilson on May 11 in Austin, Texas. Wilson was discovered dead in a friend's apartment on May 11 with two bullet holes in her head and another in her chest. Armstrong reportedly flew into a jealous rage after discovering pro-cyclist Wilson, 25, was seeing her boyfriend, Colin Strickland. But in new court documents filed by her attorney, Strickland repeatedly told cops during interview that Armstrong was not a jealous person and described her as the ‘least volatile’ woman he had dated. Armstrong’s lawyer, Rick Cofer, filed new documents to try and suppress evidence on August 17 – claiming that his client was not read her Miranda rights before being interrogated. He claims that evidence was obtained with an ‘illegal arrest warrant’ and accuses detectives of basing the arrest affidavit on...
    (CNN)Authorities in Albuquerque, New Mexico, announced Saturday a fourth Muslim man was killed overnight and there is "reason to believe" his death is related to three other recent killings of Muslim men. "These shootings are disturbing," Albuquerque Police Department Chief Harold Medina said in a Saturday news conference. "We are putting every possible resource into these investigations."The FBI is assisting in the investigation, the police department said in a news release. New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham also said on Twitter that she was sending additional state police officers to the city to work with local and federal authorities to bring "the killer or killers to justice -- and they WILL be found.""The targeted killings of Muslim residents of Albuquerque is deeply angering and wholly intolerable," the governor tweeted. "We will continue to do everything we can to support to the Muslim community of Albuquerque and greater New Mexico during this difficult time. You are New Mexicans, you are welcomed here, and we stand with you."Read MoreAlbuquerque police officers responded just before midnight Friday to reports of a shooting in...
    New York City Mayor Eric Adams said New Yorkers want more police on the streets to help combat the sweeping crime wave that has seen murders and violent crimes up 40% compared to last year.  'Public safety and the criminal justice system includes police and when I go to my communities of color, and I’ve never heard them, never, heard them say: "Eric we want less police." Never,' Adams said on the Tavis Smiley radio show Tuesday. Major crimes in NYC have risen approximately 37%, according to NYPD data, an increase that has been mainly boosted by grand larcenies, robberies and auto thefts. Adams indicated he won't be entertaining calls to decrease the number of cops in the city, but will discourage 'heavy-handed' policing from NYPD officers. Police officers are part of the mayor's 'public safety apparatus,' he said, adding: 'You can't remove police from this equation,' which includes dealing with the issues around homelessness and improving the school system.  He added that he doesn't plan to stop talking about the crime in the Big Apple anytime soon, and said...
    A resident in the area has been charged with a criminal summons for alleged harassment of another woman she claimed was stalking her. Catherine Camerota, age 67, of Yorktown, was charged on Friday, July 29, after the victim went to the police, concerned for her safety, said the Yorktown Police. Camerota is accused of following the victim in her vehicle, blocking the victim in her parking space, confronting the victim, and accusing her of stalking, police said. "The defendant's behavior caused the victim to be seriously annoyed and alarmed," police said. On Friday, Yorktown Police met with Camerota at her residence and served a criminal summons for the charge of harassment, a second-degree violation, police said. She is due to appear in court on Thursday, Aug. 18.
    D.C. Police are investigating a serious car crash involving a 7-year-old who was hit by an 11-year-old driver, officials said.  At around 6:50 p.m. on July 25, officers reported to a parking lot in the 1800 block of Mississippi Avenue, where they discovered that the driver of a 2020 Kia Optima hit a 7-year-old and then crashed onto a curb, according to the Metropolitan Police Department.  Police said that after further investigating the incident, they discovered the driver of the Kia was an 11-year-old boy who could not reach the brakes of the car to prevent him from hitting the 7-year-old.  The 7-year-old child was taken to a nearby hospital and treated for serious, but non-life threatening injuries, authorities said. Anyone with more information about this incident should contact D.C. Police at 202-727-9099. 
    MARTINEZ — Days after fatally shooting Tyrell Wilson during a brief interaction in March 2021, then-Contra Costa Sheriff’s Dep. Andrew Hall told investigators he “drew a line in the sand” and aimed his service gun at Wilson’s head after Wilson took a step towards him with a knife. This new detail of Wilson’s killing came out Friday at a coroner’s inquest hearing where jurors listened to testimony from a Danville homicide investigator and an off-duty cop who witnessed the shooting. Hall — who is serving a six-year prison term for a prior fatal shooting but housed a short distance away at the Martinez Detention Facility — was not called to testify. Hall shot and killed Wilson in March 2021, while responding to a call about someone throwing rocks at the freeway. Body camera footage shows Hall attempting to stop Wilson for jaywalking in the middle of a busy intersection, and then drawing his firearm after Wilson pulls out a knife. Within seconds, Hall shoots Wilson in the head, after Wilson says, “touch me and see what’s up,” and steps toward...
    The woman accused of trafficking Sir Mo Farah to the UK and keeping him as a child slave has revealed that she is willing to speak with police investigating the case. Nimco Farah has told friends and relatives in west London where she lives that she believes that she is the victim of a witch hunt but is desperate to be heard so that her account about Sir Mo’s early life in Britain and how he got here can emerge. The Olympic legend used a bombshell BBC documentary this week to reveal his secret back story: how his real name is Hussein Abdi Kahin but he was given the name Mohamed Farah when he was trafficked to the UK aged 9. The woman accused of trafficking Sir Mo Farah (pictured left) to the UK and keeping him as a child slave has revealed that she is willing to speak with police investigating the case. Pictured right: Sir Mo with his mother Aisha during filming. She says she sent him away to relatives to save his life in the war - but...
    A jury's decision has saved one of Manhattan's biggest real estate moguls a massive $60 million by acquitting him of hitting and scratching his wife, DailyMail.com has learned exclusively.  Abe Haruvi who co-owns some 500 rental condos in the Big Apple, would have had to give his Brazilian wife the enormous amount of money and real estate under an extraordinary pre-nuptial agreement that awarded her if he was ever found guilty of assaulting her but gave her nothing if he didn't. The jury in West Palm Beach, Florida, however, found Haruvi, 67, not guilty of battery against Giovana Stephenson, his wife, court papers show. 'Justice prevailed,' Haruvi's ecstatic attorney Cyrus Toufanian told DailyMail.com in an exclusive interview. Stephenson's story grew like a 'fisherman's tale when the fish keeps getting bigger and bigger the more you tell it,' the attorney added. Haruvi and his older brother Arthur have a $200 million portfolio of properties in Manhattan. He and his wife Giovana dressed to impress at a dinner at Art Basel in Miami in 2015  The couple signed a prenup that would...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- a 25-year-old man who went missing after his family said he was discharged from a Chicago area hospital after a week-long mental health evaluation, has been located, police said.Keonte Johnson, 25, had gone missing after being discharged from a Chicago area hospital after a week-long mental health evaluation, his family said.The video in this report is from a previous storyFriday morning, a missing person alert for Johnson issued by Cicero police said he was located.Johnson's family said he should never have been released at all."They just released him. They know he wasn't in his right mind. They know he never been in this area and he don't know how to get home," said Elijah Johnson, father.The family said their nightmare began last week after they told Keonte, who has special needs and was later diagnosed as schizophrenic, that they were moving from the south suburban home he sometimes shared with a close cousin who recently died."He did not what to leave that house where he was at because it had a lot of memories. His cousin was...
    A Ohio man has been charged with impregnating a 10-year-old girl who was forced to cross state lines to get an abortion - a story that garnered national attention following the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v Wade.   Gerson Fuentes, 27, was arrested on Tuesday and has been charged with one count of rape after police say he confessed to raping the child two different times, the  Columbus Dispatch reported.  The unidentified child made headlines when traveled from Ohio to Indiana to get an abortion after the state banned the procedure after six weeks - hours after the 6-3 Supreme Court vote.  Gerson Fuentes, 27, was arrested on Tuesday and has been charged with one count of rape after police say he confessed to raping the child two different times The child was six weeks and three days pregnant - therefore, ineligible by just three days to receive the procedure in her home state. A child abuse doctor in Ohio sought the help of Dr. Caitlin Bernard, an Indianapolis obstetrician-gynecologist, to help the girl.  According to court records, a report was generated...
    The father of the Highland Park gunman could face criminal charges, Illinois officials have said, after he sponsored his son's application to buy guns despite police being called due to the teenager threatening to 'kill everyone'. Bob Crimo's son Robert, now 21, bought five weapons in 2020 and 2021, including the semiautomatic rifle he allegedly used to fire more than 70 rounds into the crowds during the July 4 parade, killing seven. Authorities were called to the home of the Highland Park shooting suspect's parents numerous times between 2010 and 2014, according to police records released on Friday. Most of the nine incidents documented by the local police involved allegations of verbal or physical altercations between the suspect's parents. Robert was 19 when he applied for the firearm owner's identification card (FOID). Under Illinois law, a person over 18 but under 21 can only be granted the card with parental agreement. The parent agrees to be held liable for 'any damages' resulting from the applicant's use of firearms. Bob Crimo signed the form in December 2019, despite police being called to...
    A teenage TikToker accused of stabbing her sleeping sister to death joked to cops that she 'Michael Myers'ed' her, a court in Pennsylvania heard. Claire Miller, pictured in a police mugshot after her arrest, is accused of stabbing her wheelchair-bound sister to death last winter Claire Miller, 16, was 14 when wheelchair-bound Helen, 19, was murdered at their family home in Manheim Township, Lancaster County last February. The vlogger was reportedly found by police standing in front of the house barefoot and covered in blood.  She had dialed 911 and swiftly confessed to the killing, Manheim Township police said.  Once arrested and taken to the police station, a ringtone with the theme from 1970s horror classic Halloween - in which the boy serial killer murders his sibling - prompted horror fan Claire to say: 'I Michael Myers'd my sister.' Manheim Township detective John Martin also told the court that after Claire was brought a fast food breakfast, she replied: 'Ooooh, McDonald's. I'd have killed someone sooner if I knew I'd get McDonald's.' The court heard that she texted her friends:...
    WHEN 17-year-old Melanie Road was raped and stabbed to death after a night out in June 1984, it sparked Britain’s biggest manhunt for her killer. But 25 years later, police were still no closer to finding their man — until Detective Sergeant Julie Mackay transferred to the Cold Case Unit. 7Twenty-five years on from Britain’s biggest manhunt for Melanie Road's killer, Detective Sergeant Julie Mackay cracked the caseCredit: SWNS:South West News Service 7In a new book on the case, To Hunt A Killer, Julie tells how her determination — and a chance DNA sampling — led to the solving of the chilling murderCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd Although the single 41-year-old mum of three faced a mountain of paperwork and thousands of potential suspects, she painstakingly began re-examining the case, promising Melanie’s heartbroken mum Jean she would find her daughter’s killer. Here, and in a new book on the case, To Hunt A Killer, Julie tells how her determination — and a chance DNA sampling — led to the solving of a murder that shook the city of Bath all...
    It was a strange number from Huntington Park, but I always answer odd numbers because it could be my son calling. He is 33, unhoused in Los Angeles, mentally ill and treatment-resistant. It’s just something my family lives with, though we never imagined this would be our lives. When I answered, I heard crying and sobbing, “Mom, Momma, please come get me. Mom, please. Please, Momma.” I shouted his name, but a different voice answered: “We have your son. He’s been in an accident. He has no phone or ID. I know you want him returned to the safety of your home.” I tried to stay calm. “My son never has a phone or ID on him. He’s not well. Is this the police? I need to call my husband.” The man informed me he was not the police, nor did he want the police, or my husband, involved. He went on to say that my son had been eating chicken coming out of a Rite-Aid and saw something he should have, got involved and threatened to call the police....
    Karels has been charged with three counts of murder and could face further charges. "I don't know if anything could have stopped this, or if there were any early indications of it. As I mentioned, we were not familiar with this family nor with the house, but I can tell you we're all deeply affected," Rivera said. Neighbors told reporters that the family kept to themselves and that they had seen the children playing in the backyard of their home this weekend. Police said Karels had no criminal or mental illness history. The man reportedly posted social media comments critical of President Joe Biden and the Black Lives Matter movement. "I cannot fathom the pain this family is going through right now," Rivera added.Here's a local news report about the incident: Father charged with drowning 3 children in Round Lake Beach due in bond court www.youtube.com
    More than 30 members of the white supremacist group Patriot Front were arrested near an Idaho pride event after they were found packed into the back of a U-Haul truck with riot gear. The men were standing inside the truck wearing khakis, navy blue shirts and beige hats with white balaclavas covering their faces when Coeur d'Alene police stopped the U-Haul and began arresting them on the side of the road. 'They came to riot downtown,' Coeur d´Alene Police Chief Lee White said at a news conference. All 31 were charged with conspiracy to riot, a misdemeanor, after police received reports from residents who spotted the 'little army' getting inside the vehicle around 1.38 p.m., local news station KREM2 reported.  Those arrested came from at least 11 states, including Washington, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Colorado, South Dakota, Illinois, Wyoming, Virginia, and Arkansas, White said. Only one was from Idaho.  The men were going through the booking process Saturday afternoon and are scheduled to be arraigned on Monday, he said. Based on evidence collected and documents, authorities found that the group was planning to...
    Getty Facts matter: Sign up for the free Mother Jones Daily newsletter. Support our nonprofit reporting. Subscribe to our print magazine.On Friday, police officers in Kansas City, Missouri, repeatedly shot a woman in a store parking lot even after she told them she couldn’t get on the ground because she was pregnant. A witness who spoke with the Kansas City Star said the woman, 26-year-old Leonna Hale, had her hands up moments before the officers fired their weapons. Hale had been sitting in a car outside a Family Dollar store when officers ordered her to get out, according to the witness, a mother named Shé Danja who had gone to the store with her children to get gas and ice cream. The officers suspected that Hale and a man inside the vehicle might have been involved in a carjacking in a neighboring city, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. The man exited the vehicle, jumped a fence, and ran as officers chased him, according to Shé Danja. She watched Hale, who is Black, step out of the car with...
    "I feed her and when I see her I give her food and water and stuff, talk to her," said Patricia Parnell to WLS-TV. "She is a sweet young lady, she is just down on her bad luck right now." Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown said the incident was a priority but that police were still working on getting a better description of a suspect from the victim. "Now I fear for every woman in that community, because he's still at large," Dobine said of the alleged attacker.Here's a local news video about the incident: Chicago man helps police rescue woman chained up in home in city's Pullman neighborhood www.youtube.com
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