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    A suspect in a Novato tow truck theft was arrested after returning for a bicycle left at the scene, police said. The tow truck was taken from a Galli Drive business sometime overnight Friday. Police went to investigate at 6:30 a.m. Saturday, said police Lt. Sophia Winter. Less than two hours later, someone at the business called police again to say someone had come back for a bicycle, apparently left by whomever took the truck. Two employees from the business followed the bicyclist to Pamaron Way, and, when police showed up, “were involved in a physical struggle” with him, Winter said. Related Articles Crime and Public Safety | Former San Jose group home operator pleads guilty to pocketing foster care funds Crime and Public Safety | Bay Area rapper Kafani sentenced to 7 years in federal prison for identity theft scheme Crime and Public Safety | Antioch police chief announces ‘top down’ assessment of K9 policy in response to FBI’s criminal investigation of his officers Crime and Public Safety | Suspect still...
    A 'beautiful' Ukrainian girl has been found dead in a backyard in Bucha, the teen's friends have claimed.    Karina Yershova, 16, was found shot in the back of the head after she was allegedly raped and murdered by Russian troops.  It comes as the chief prosecutor from the International Criminal Court, Karim Khan, visited Bucha today, describing the Kyiv suburb as a 'crime scene'.  A friend of Yershova's mother, Olesya Vasylets wrote on Facebook: 'Friends, terrible news. Racists killed my friend's daughter Karina Yershova. 16-year-old Karina Yershova.... the pain is terrible. 'She was mocked, raped, and then shot in the trash. Today my mother found out that she was killed and created a help group. Please help me bury her, I knew this kid for years, taught her English, she was a very bright and talented girl.'   Yershova disappeared early last month and on March 10 her mother appealed for information to 'help me find my daughter' who was last seen on 'energy workers street' in Bucha. 'I really hope for help, thank you,' she said.   It is not clear if...
    A young woman was killed and 14 others were shot after multiple gunmen opened fire at a crowded bar in downtown Saint Paul, Minnesota early Sunday morning. Police found a 'chaotic scene' after responding to the Seventh Street Truck Park bar at 12.15am. A woman in her 20s was pronounced dead and 14 others were rushed to local hospitals with gunshot wounds, though the 14 are all expected to survive, according to the Saint Paul Police Department.  'There were gunshot wound victims lying in the street outside the bar, there were gunshot wound victims lying in the sidewalk outside the bar and there were gunshot wound victims lying on the floor inside the bar,' police spokesman Steve Linders told reporters at the scene. No arrests have been made and no motive has been established, but officers confirmed that there were 'several shooters.'  Police in St. Paul, Minnesota are investigating a shooting that left one dead at downtown bar The incident took place Sunday shortly after midnight at a packed bar on West Seventh Street Some were hit in the ankles...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — At any moment, the FBI Pittsburgh Evidence Response Team could deploy to a major crime scene. From lifting footprints to tire tracks, KDKA Investigator Meghan Schiller gets an exclusive look at how it’s done. READ MORE: Bomb Squad Investigating Unattended Bag In Downtown Pittsburgh If there’s evidence left behind, Maria de la Cueva will find it. “If people step in blood and they track it, we can collect it,” she said. She’s a senior member of FBI Pittsburgh’s Evidence Response Team and agreed to take KDKA inside the lab for an exclusive look. From lifting footprints using mylar paper to dusting for fingerprints on a coffee mug, the team collects and preserves evidence from the most complex crime scenes. “Sometimes we go in there and be out of there in a couple of hours. And sometimes it takes days or weeks. So every crime scene in unique,” said de la Cueva. She’s one of just 16 people called out to handle the crime scenes we can’t forget. From 20 years ago when a hijacked...
    Arizona man Kevin Johnson was arrested after police connected him to a severed finger that was found at the scene of the crime, which was obviously no longer connected to Johnson. The strange story began when Maricopa resident Francesca Wikoff found a severed finger in her driveway and two of her tires slashed on the morning of April 15. As a local news report noted, Wikoff said she had recently argued with her neighbor after he crashed a party at her house, and that a trail of blood led directly to Johnson’s house. “You would think if you are going to the hospital, especially if you just sever your finger off, that you would take said finger with you,” Wikoff told KTVK. Even with that trail of evidence, it wasn’t until nearly a week later that police arrested Johnson. On Sunday, KTVK reported: A man accused of slashing his neighbor’s tires and cutting his own finger off in the process has officially been charged. Police say that Kevin Johnson invited himself over to a neighbor’s party, but when a fight...
    CRIME Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel has left Netflix fans 'scared sick' with chilling real life murder scenes. The new true-crime docuseries to arrive on the streaming service focuses on strange case of 21-year-old Canadian woman Elisa Lam. The best series on Netflix The best movies on Netflix New on Netflix: What to watch this week   6Netflix viewers have been left feeling sick after watching its latest true-crime docuseriesCredit: Netflix Elisa disappeared in January 2013 while staying at the titular hotel, which is situated in downtown LA in an area rife with drugs, crime, poverty and homelessness. Two weeks later, her body was found in a water tank on the top of the hotel and the docuseries looks at whether it was murder, suicide, an accident or even something supernatural. The Cecil Hotel already had a reputation before Elisa's death, with a number of people being murdered or taking their own life there. Serial killer Richard Ramirez - himself the subject of fellow Netflix series Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer - had...
    NICKNAMED Hotel Death, the Cecil Hotel has a morbid reputation for housing all sorts of evil. A new Netflix crime series explores at the bizarre death of a Canadian student at the hotel back in 2013... 5The new docuseries explores the unexplained case of 21-year-old Canadian student Elisa LamCredit: Reuters How many episodes are there in Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel? Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel features four episodes in total. Each instalment will be an hour-long. All four episodes will be released at the same time, making it a perfect miniseries to binge-watch for all the true crime junkies out there. Netflix have released the names of each episode. They are: Episode One: Lost in Los Angeles Episode Two: Secrets of the Cecil Episode Three: Down the Rabbit Hole Episode Four: The Hard Truth The series is directed by Emmy-winning director Joe Berlinger. He is responsible for other true crime series, including Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes and Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich 5The series is directed...
    Netflix has dropped another preview for “Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel.” The plot of the series, according to Netflix’s YouTube description, is, “The notorious Cecil Hotel grows in infamy when guest Elisa Lam vanishes. From the creator of ‘The Ted Bundy Tapes,’ a dive into crime’s darkest places.” (REVIEW: ‘Westworld’ Season 3 Ends With The Possible Deaths Of Multiple Characters) You can give the new preview a watch below. Ever since the first preview dropped for “Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel,” I was immediately interested. As I said for the first preview, I won’t spoil anything for anyone. If you want to find out about Elisa Lam before seeing the series, then just hop on Google. Trust me when I say there’s plenty of info out there. What I will say is that the series looks excellent, and Netflix has been absolutely crushing it lately when it comes to producing fire content. The Richard Ramirez series was outstanding, and it now looks like the streaming platform will follow it up with another...
    A VERY creepy new trailer from Netflix lets fans behind the doors of the notorious Cecil Hotel. Located in Los Angeles the old hotel has been home to some of the most bizarre crimes, multiple murders and was even the stomping ground of evil serial killer Richard Ramirez aka The Night Stalker. 9The Cecil Hotel in Los Angeles has played to some of the most grisly and bizarre crimesCredit: Reuters The trailer for Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel speaks to investigators and hotel staff about the slew of grisly grimes that happened under the hotel's roof. "Is there a room here that maybe somebody hasn't died in," says the hotel manager in the opening scenes of the trailer. "I never got used to that. Never got used to that." The main focus of the new docuseries which premieres on February 10 revolves around the bizarre and tragic case of Elisa Lam. 9It is now the subject of the Netfilx docuseries Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil HotelCredit: AFP - Getty 9It mainly centres around the disappearance...
    Netflix’s new series “Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel” looks like it’s going to be outstanding. The plot of the series, according to Netflix’s trailer description, is, “From housing serial killers to untimely deaths, the Cecil Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles is known to many as LA’s deadliest hotel. The latest chapter in the Cecil’s dark history involves the mysterious disappearance of college student Elisa Lam.” (REVIEW: ‘Westworld’ Season 3 Ends With The Possible Deaths Of Multiple Characters) Judging from the trailer, this is going to be a must-watch series for fans of true crime content. Give it a watch below. Okay, here’s the deal, folks. I’m not going to spoil anything with all the details about Elisa Lam. If you want to know, Google is out there and it’s your friend. All I’ll say is that she went missing in early 2013. From here, you’ll have to decide for yourself if you want the series ruined or not. Netflix Explores the Story of Elisa Lam in February’s Docuseries “Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel”...
    Former Carroll County Prosecutor Robert Ives has spoken out about the Delphi case The former prosecutor who worked on the infamous unsolved murders of two teenage girls in Delphi, Indiana has spoken out in a new podcast about the case, revealing chilling information about the 'odd' crime scene. Liberty German, 14, and Abigail William, 13, vanished on February 13, 2017 while hiking the Monon High Bridge Trail. Their bodies were discovered the following day in the woods about a half-mile from the trail. The quick-thinking teens were able to capture video and audio of the killer, portions of which have been released by police, but so far investigators have been unable to zero in on a suspect. Now Liberty's sister Kelsi, who is studying forensic psychology to find the killer, has renewed her appeals for information in the case, tweeting on Monday: 'Someone out there knows something. So say something.' As well, former Carroll County Prosecutor Robert Ives, who worked on the early stages of the case, revealed more information to the HLN podcast Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders, in...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City Cops are looking for a pair of crooks who robbed a man at gunpoint in Brooklyn earlier this month. Authorities say that at 6 a.m. on June 9, a 39-year-old man was in the vicinity of Pitkin Avenue and Pine Street when he was approached from behind by two unknown men. Tsuspects pulled out a firearm and demanded money. The victim complied, and the suspects proceeded to force the victim inside of a residence, zip-tied his hands and hit him in the head with the firearm. The suspects swiped $2,200 in cash, a cellphone and a set of keys before fleeing the scene in an unknown direction. The victim suffered a laceration to his right eye and minor pain, but refused medical attention at the scene. On June 26, the NYPD released photos of the suspects taken from nearby surveillance footage: Anyone with information in regard to the identity of the males is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime...
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