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    (CNN)Dominique Calhoun and her daughters were picking up ice cream at the Tops Friendly Markets supermarket in Buffalo, New York, on a spring Saturday afternoon. They'd just pulled into the parking lot, ready to step out, when the horror began to unfold."People started screaming and running out of the Tops parking lot, so we backed up and pulled (out) and parked right across in the Family Dollar parking lot," Calhoun told CNN affiliate Spectrum News 1 Buffalo. "And that's when I got out and seen all the bodies that were laying in the front. People were crying, people were running out, people were trying to see if their loved ones were inside, the officers were pulling up, firetrucks, ambulances, and it was just a horrible situation."At around 2:30 p.m., a gunman wearing tactical gear and armed with "an assault weapon" shot and killed three people in the parking lot and wounded a fourth, Erie County District Attorney John J. Flynn said.The suspect then entered the store and exchanged gunfire with an armed security guard, who was a retired member of...
    New footage of the man riding a motorized scooter to knock down a 59-year-old Brooklyn woman before returning to sexually assault her shows the suspect driving his scooter into an elevator to get away.  Surveillance footage found the man, still on the run from the NYPD, riding his scooter indoors into the elevator after the March 31 attack in East Flatbush.    He takes the vehicle down a hallway inside a building before parking it in the elevator and making his getaway.  As of Friday morning, the suspect has not been apprehended, according to authorities.  No arrests have been made and the investigation remains active, a spokesperson for the NYPD told DailyMail.com In newly-released footage from the NYPD, the suspect in an assault and sexual abuse case can be seen driving his scooter indoors to get away The man clearly drives the scooter to an elevator, pushing the button to open it before getting in The suspect, still on the run from the NYPD as of Friday morning, is last seen in the elevator The shocking original footage released Thursday showed the...
    Suspected Brooklyn subway shooter Frank James brazenly traipsed around Manhattan as the full might of the New York Police Department scoured the city looking for him, photos and witness testimony has revealed. James, 62, spent the night after allegedly shooting ten people on a packed northbound N train at a Manhattan hostel, before waking up to take a tour of some of the borough's most trendy eateries, including the iconic Katz's deli, then drinking a beer after he called the cops to turn himself.  James, who is currently in police custody, is accused of popping a smoke canister on the crowded train as it approached 36th Street station in Sunset Park, Brooklyn at 8:26 am Tuesday morning, before opening fire on those inside.  Police and witness accounts have pieced together how he spent part of the nearly 30 hours between the attack and his arrest.  In the 30 hours between the attack and his arrest, suspect Frank James (pictured Wednesday waltzing down Canal Street) was seen strolling around Manhattan, seemingly without a care in the world, as thousands of cops scoured the...
    The woman, however, refused and began honking her horn, driving Christesson away from the area. Police later discovered him walking down a local street and took him into custody without incident. Christesson reportedly told authorities that he broke into the home after being "caught in a blizzard" on Sunday. Christesson was booked into the Santa Fe County jail on charges of aggravated burglary, larceny, and criminal damage to property, according to the Santa Fe New Mexican.
    Pueblo police reported Thursday that officers fired shots at a child after homeowners reported the child, whom they did not recognize, was armed and ringing their doorbell. None of the shots connected, police said, and no one was hurt. Police made no arrests. The incident occurred around 10 p.m. in the 400 block of Goodnight Avenue. Police had been called out to check on two males ringing a doorbell, and one of them having a gun. In a news release, Pueblo police described what followed: “Officers arrived and contacted a male in a dark hoody on the side of the house who was armed. Shots were fired and the male retreated to the backyard. Officers located the suspect hiding in the backyard. The suspect was later identified as a juvenile.” Related Articles LA officers kill teen girl while firing at assault suspect Authorities identifiy man killed by Antioch police after standoff Police responding to woman in distress fatally shoot man at California hotel Kim Potter on Daunte Wright death: ‘I’m sorry it happened’...
    A global clamour is growing, which even the closed ears of Beijing’s totalitarian elite have found impossible to shut out. ‘Where is Peng Shuai,' the world wants to know. And ‘Is Peng Shuai safe?’ For those still unaware, Peng is the Chinese tennis star who disappeared from public view three weeks ago, after using local social media to accuse one of the country’s former vice-premiers of committing a serious sexual assault on her. The fallout from her whistleblowing has been instructive. And chilling. Much has been said and written by Chinese apologists, partners and investors about the nation’s technological and infrastructure advancements. What is also clear, though, is that the Chinese regime has a very different approach to female emancipation and the exigencies of the #MeToo era. Peng is the Chinese tennis star who disappeared from public view three weeks ago, after using local social media to accuse one of the country’s former vice-premiers of committing a serious sexual assault on her What is also clear, though, is that the Chinese regime has a very different approach to female emancipation...
    A 300-POUND topless brute punched a woman 12 times before bodyslamming her to the ground in a brutal attack. The man was caught on surveillance footage pulling up to a gas station in Gardena, Los Angeles, before "randomly" attacking a woman pumping gas, cops said. 6The 300-pound black man was caught on surveillance footage pulling up to a gas stationCredit: KTLA 6He calmly walked over to a woman pumping gas and randomly attacked herCredit: KTLA 6The shocking attack took place on May 30 shortly after 7pmCredit: KTLA The shocking attack took place on May 30 shortly after 7pm, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said. The topless man was captured on the surveillance footage calmly getting out of his car and walking towards the victim. And without any warning or provocation, he punched and knocked the woman to the ground.    "While the victim was on the ground, the suspect repeatedly punched her in the head and face," cops said in a statement. "During the attack, the suspect grabbed the victim's hair and slammed her head against the vehicle and onto...
    Two old ladies gossiping led to the arrest of a New Jersey man in connection with the siege of the U.S. Capitol. Robert Lee Petrosh, 51, of Mays Landing, New Jersey, turned himself in to authorities earlier this week.  He is charged with entering or remaining in any restricted building, disorderly and disruptive conduct in a restricted building, disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds and parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building, according to court records sources in an article on Yahoo.  Robert Lee Petrosh, 51, is seen sitting on a bench inside the Capitol under a giant piece of artwork. He has made no effort to disguise himself or cover his face. Despite the pandemic, he is not wearing a face mask RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Donald Trump praises FEC for 'ending this chapter of fake... Mark Zuckerberg put Nick Clegg in charge of handling Donald... Nice try! Twitter IMMEDIATELY shuts down Trump's attempt to... Share this article Share The mother of Robert Lee Petrosh...
    A MONSTER mum who allegedly slit the throat of two of her five-year-old triplets before knifing her husband to death has been arrested.  The 37-year-old suspect, identified as Yekaterina L, is said to have gone to the cinema after brutally killing her 40-year-old spouse Denis L. and two of their children.  4Yekaterina L allegedly knifed her husband to death has been arrestedCredit: Roksana Panashchuk 4The 37-year-old suspect, identified as Yekaterina L, is said to have gone to the cinema after brutally killing her 40-year-old spouse Denis L. and two of their childrenCredit: Roksana Panashchuk The victims were found in the family’s apartment in Vladivostok, a major Pacific port city in Russia, last Thursday.  Witnesses say the man’s corpse, wrapped in rubbish bags, was lying on the floor in the kitchen next to a sports bag, stuffed with the kids’ bodies. The mum is alleged to have written a note in which she confessed to the crimes and left it on the dinner table.  Cops later arrested Yekaterina who was in a local cinema watching a film.  Detectives said that Yekaterina...
    Ecuadorian police are hunting for a man who allegedly bludgeoned his wife to death before super-gluing her skill back together to hide the injuries and make it look like an accident.  Luis Hermida claimed his partner Lisbeth Baquerizo, 30, had fallen down the stairs and died after she was found on the floor of their home in the city of Guayaquil, Ecuador on 21 December.  Lisbeth's father Mario Baquerizo was contacted by the father of the suspect who reportedly said: 'You have to come quickly. Lisbeth is dead.' Mario and his wife Kathy Munoz rushed to their daughter's house only to find a funeral home had been contacted and a coffin was already there.   Ecuadorian police are hunting for Luis Hermida who allegedly bludgeoned his wife Lisbeth Baquerizo to death before super-gluing her skill back together to hide the injuries and make it look like an accident Luis Hermida claimed his partner Lisbeth Baquerizo, 30, (pictured) had fallen down the stairs and died after she was found on the floor of their home in the city of Guayaquil, Ecuador...
    An NYPD officer was rushed to a Manhattan hospital after a driver hit him while trying to avoid being arrested for a parole violation. The incident happened in Times Square shortly after noon on Monday when the unidentified officer tried to arrest a 50-year-old connected to a burglary case. When the driver of the blue Mazda MX-5 Miata was stopped at the intersection of West 45th Street and Eighth Avenue, the police officer reached into the vehicle, likely in an attempt to turn off the engine. But the unidentified driver instead floored it according to the New York Daily News, potentially hitting the cop with the car's mirror. Scroll down for video  The incident in Times Square began around 12:10pm near West 45th Street and Eighth Avenue An NYPD officer was attempting to serve a warrant to the driver of a blue Mazda The suspect drove off, however, hitting the police officer and speeding away from the scene The crash caused damage across the midtown area of Manhattan, New York City  Police officers set up...
    NYPD officers shot at an armed suspect and then tased him in a wild melee in the Bronx on Thursday evening, police sources said. The cops opened fire just after 9 p.m. on East 219th street near Laconia Avenue when they responded to a call for an emotionally disturbed person. When officers arrived, they saw a man with a handgun, who took off and ran behind a building at 1062 East 219th Street. When cops caught up to the suspect, he turned and pointed the gun at cops who then opened fire. The suspect, who was not struck, then dropped the gun and fled inside a bodega on 216th street, where cops caught up to him and tased him. Both cops were transported to a local hospital for ringing in their ears. The suspect was also taken to the hospital as a result of the taser. It’s unclear how many shots were fired or how many cops discharged their weapons.
    The Los Angeles Police Department today released surveillance and body camera footage from last month's unprovoked attack on an officer, in which the suspect pistol-whipped the cop and attempted to shoot him with his own gun.  Video made public by the agency shows the suspect, identified as 29-year-old Jose Cerpa Guzman, arriving at LAPD's Harbor Community Police Station in a white Chevy pickup truck on the night of September 26, and confronting a desk officer.  Guzman, wearing a wide-brimmed hat with a floral design, is seen in the recordings acting agitated and having some words with the officer, identified as Anthony Freeman.  A Los Angles Police Department desk officer was nearly killed on September 26 after an assailant, Jose Guzman (pictured) walked into Harbor Community police station in San Pedro just after 10pm and attacked him Body camera video released by the LAPD on Wednesday shows the violent confrontation between Guzman, 29, and officer Anthony Freeman  During a struggle in the lobby, Guzman pulled the officer's gun out of his holster and tried to shoot him from a...
    MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — Police in northwestern Montana say a man was arrested on a felony criminal mischief charge after he pulled down a Ten Commandments monument using a chain and pickup truck. The 30-year-old Columbia Falls man reportedly wrapped a chain around the religious monument on the Flathead County courthouse grounds on Saturday. He then attached the chain to his truck and pulled the monument into the street, the Kalispell Police Department told NBC Montana. The man then reportedly removed the chain, got back into the truck and left the scene. A suspect was later arrested after police located the truck allegedly used in the act. Police say they do not know why the suspect allegedly took down the monument. Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (AP) — A male suspect is facing numerous charges after Fayetteville police say he stole a police vehicle, dragging an officer behind it, struck an EMS worker and then fled the scene. The incident started Sunday morning when police officers were dispatched with EMS units for a medical call, police said in a news release. They encountered the suspect, who was “agitated” and uncooperative, police said. The suspect got into the driver's seat of a police car and put the car into drive, dragging an officer. He then hit an EMS worker and a pursuit ensued, in which the suspect collided with several other vehicles, police said. The chase ended when the suspect crashed into a ditch in a town about 15 miles away. The suspect was taken to a hospital for evaluation and treatment and faces numerous charges upon his release. He was not immediately identified. The EMS worker suffered minor injuries, and the officer who was dragged was taken to a hospital for injuries not considered life-threatening. Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Police in Sauk Rapids say an attempted home robbery ended with one of the suspects shot in the leg. The incident happened before 5 a.m. Friday along the 700 block of Broadway Avenue South. Police report that two Black young adults were involved in the attempted robbery, and one of them had a handgun. Officers said during the incident one shot was fired, striking one of the suspects in the leg and causing a non-life threatening injury. The suspects then fled the residence. The police report does not say who fired the gun that struck one of the two suspects. Police say the person who was shot in the leg has been treated and released. Investigators don’t think this was a random incident.
    RICHMOND — Two months after six officers from Richmond and Oakland shot and killed a Vallejo man who was suspected of fatally injuring a woman he knew, police from both departments released video showing officers firing dozens of shots at the man, then moving in to rescue an officer who’d been struck by the suspect’s van. The three body camera video angles, released Tuesday evening, depict the tail end of a chaotic incident on April 16, in which 24-year-old old Juana Ayon-Barraza, allegedly mortally injured Vallejo resident Tamisha Thomas, dumped her lifeless body near Moraga, and led police on a chase before being shot and killed by the officers. The harrowing video shows a point-of-view angle from Richmond Ofc. Joe Dorian, who fires several shots through the windshield and driver’s side window of his own patrol car as Ayon-Barraza passes by in a van. Richmond police Chief Bissa French said Ayon-Barraza raised a gun at Dorian before he starts shooting. It is unknown if Dorian struck Ayon-Barraza, but the van continues in a straight trajectory, heading for an Oakland patrol...
    This is the moment a man pushes over an elderly woman on a New York street, causing her to fall over and apparently hit her head on a fire hydrant. Surveillance footage from the incident shows the moment the pair are about to cross paths on 3rd Avenue between 15th Street and 16th Street in Manhattan on Friday at 3.23pm. The suspect - seen wearing a purple or blue T-shirt and patterned shorts - then extends his arm to hit her. A tweet from the NYPD on Tuesday morning said the assault suspect 'pushed a 92-year-old female to the ground causing her to strike her head on a fire hydrant'.  Video from the Gramercy Park neighborhood in Manhattan shows the woman topple over (right) after a man pushes her forehead (left) As the woman - wearing a pink sweater - falls beside the fire hydrant, a shopping cart she is pushing lands on top of her. After the push the suspect turns around and looks her in the face as he continues walking off.  The video provided by...
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