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    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A residential advisor for Girard College was one of two bystanders killed in the Saturday night mass shooting on South Street. Family, friends, and the Girard College community gathered Tuesday night to remember Kris Minners. His best friend opened up about what happened as the gunfire erupted. READ MORE: Crews Place 3-Alarm Fire Under Control In West Philly That Damaged Apartments And BusinessesHe was doing everything right — a teacher, a mentor — when something went terribly wrong. “I miss you, Mr. Minners,” a student said. “We was out there and I seen they was fighting up there so once I saw somebody pull out a gun I’m like ‘Yo, we got to be out.’ So five seconds later all we hear was shots go off,” Taufiq Williams said. Williams says he was with his best friend, Kristopher Minners, Saturday night when bullets started flying on South Street. “After one, there was another one. After that one they just kept going off so it had to be more than 30 shots, it had to be,” Williams said....
    WHEELING, Ill. (WLS) -- Two people were found shot to death early Sunday morning in north suburban Wheeling, police said.Wheeling officers responded about 4:50 a.m. to a report of a person down in the roadway in a residential area near the intersection of Lakeview Drive and Buffalo Grove Road. When they arrived, they found two bodies - one male and one female, police said.They appeared to have been shot. A handgun was also found nearby.RELATED: Suspect ID'd after retired judge killed in Wisconsin; list found with other namesWheeling police are working to identify the individuals and figure out what happened.Based on preliminary investigation and evidence, Wheeling police do not believe there is a greater threat to the public.This is a developing story; check back with ABC7 Chicago for updates.
    A FERRARI race car was left absolutely wrecked on a quiet residential street after flipping over a RANGE ROVER in a high speed smash. Photographs of the red sports car - which appears to be covered in racing stickers - shows it with a totally crumpled bonnet. 1A resident on the street said the roar from the Ferrari sounded like the Formula 1 before the massive crashCredit: Gary Smith A Range Rover was left flipped onto its side in the driveway of a nearby home following the auto carnage in Ipswich, Suffolk. Suffolk police were called to the scene on Lindbergh Road in the east of the town at 7.04am on Saturday. Police were later seen inspecting the crashed cars after the smash and two police squad cars appeared to have blocked it in. The road was taped off while the cops dealt with the smash, but the road has since been reopened and traffic is flowing freely. READ MORE MOTORS STORIESFATAL COP CRASH Footballer, 27, dies after being hit by cop car as brother pays tribute SuffolkLive reported that...
    A HOUSE has caught fire after a huge explosion with grey smoke billowing from a room. The property on a residential street filled with smoke as all the windows were blown out and glass was smashed all over the road.  3A house caught fire after a "huge explosion"Credit: MEN Media 3The house was pictured with a huge holeCredit: MEN Media 3Firefighters attended the scene with policeCredit: MEN Media One witness of this evening’s blaze in Wythenshawe, Manchester, told the Manchester Evening News: “I was coming home from work and as the tram was getting to the stop, there was an almighty bang “As I got off and looked at the house, there was instantly loads of smoke. All the windows were blown out and the glass was all over the road. “I ran over and a neighbour was shouting the name of the man who lives there, to try and get an idea of if he was conscious and at home.  “Me and another gentleman tried to kick the door down but couldn’t get enough force to kick it in.”...
    This is the moment gunmen shot at each other from speeding cars before colliding head-on in a violent crash that a shocked witness said sounded like 'a bomb going off'.  Jeaninne Bauer's doorbell camera captured the shootout outside her home on a quiet street in Milwaukee on Sunday afternoon. Seven people between the ages of 15 and 20 have been arrested over the horrifying incident. The footage initially shows one car zooming down the street while at least five gunfire shots can be heard as a passenger hangs out of a window.  Jeaninne Bauer's doorbell camera captured the horrifying shootout near 77th and Lisbon in Milwaukee on Sunday at 6.23pm. Pictured, a man hangs out of a car as gunshots ring out The terrifying footage initially shows one car zooming down the residential street while at least five gunfire shots can be heard, Another car then speeds down the street and smashes head-on into the first vehicle Another car then speeds down the street from the opposite direction and smashes head-on into the first vehicle.  Plumes of smoke erupt from...
    A MAN has been hospitalised after a thief ran him over with his own stolen Range Rover. The 70-year-old had parked his car on Avon Road in Essex - but discovered it had been stolen when he returned. 1Avon Road, Upminster, Essex But the thief saw the man, and drove into him, before fleeing the scene in the stolen vehicle. The pensioner was injured and was rushed to a nearby hospital in an ambulance. Police are awaiting an update on his condition. Cops believe the suspect was riding a moped prior to the theft but no arrests have been made. Anyone who witnessed this incident or has footage should call police on 101 or Tweet @MetCC quoting 3236/10MAR. Most read in NewsFIGHTING FORCE US Army soldiers undergo more training in latest show of force to PutinSITTING DUCKS Column of Putin's tanks destroyed & 'ANOTHER top commander killed in ambush'TORN APART Dad pleads 'forgive me, I didn't cover you' after entire family killed by RussiaEVIL UPON EVIL Girl, 6, among three killed in ‘genocidal’ airstrike on maternity hospital
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A fire was burning at a residential building in San Francisco’s Mission District Wednesday afternoon. The San Francisco Fire Department said the one-alarm fire was burning at 3663 17th St. between Church and Dolores streets. READ MORE: Possible Explosive Device Outside Oakland Courthouse Forces Evacuations, Street ClosuresThe building is a three-story flat with two units. READ MORE: Oakland City Council: Black Contractors Not Getting Fair Share Of Street-Paving BidsThere was no additional information immediately available. The fire department urged people to avoid the area. MORE NEWS: UPDATE: State Attorney General Opens Civil Rights Investigation into Santa Clara County Sheriff's OfficeThis is a breaking news update. More information to be added as available.
    STOCKTON (CBS13) — Two suspects were arrested after leading Stockton police on a chase after in a stolen car following an alleged residential robbery, authorities said Tuesday. According to the Stockton Police Department, 36-year-old Steve Lozano and 34-year-old Karina Grace Gentry were booked into jail and face charges of residential robbery, auto theft and possession of stolen property. Officers responded shortly before 10 a.m. to reports of a home robbery in progress along the 2400 block of Cornflower Street. Lozano and Gentry fled in the resident’s car and initiated a high-speed chase. Stockton police said the chase had to be called off for safety reasons, but the vehicle was located a short while later abandoned in the area of East Washington Street. A drone was called in to assist with the search for the suspects. A K-9 officer helped detain one of them while the other suspect was arrested without incident.
    SOME may be wondering why it’s illegal - or even dangerous - to park your car when it’s facing the wrong way in a street. A reason why you might park a car the wrong way is because you didn’t realize you drove down a one-way street initially. 1One area in the country could give you a $300 ticket for parking on the wrong side Another reason could be out of pure laziness and not wanting to have to drive around your block so your car is facing the correct way at all times. Keep in mind that typically the wrong side of the road is the left side, at least in the US. One Reddit user shared an inconvenient story involving rage from his neighbor about this. “Basically, there’s a curb in front of my house between two garages (ie not a parallel parking situation) in which I’ll occasionally park facing the wrong way if I’m tired and don’t want to go around the block,” he said.  “My neighbor threw a fit and threatened to call the cops but I don’t...
    The Change.org effort, "End Thanksgiving Insult to Native Americans," which was started by Randy Kritkausky, has more than 50,000 signatures and calls on the Journal to censor the account from Morton and Bradford about what the Pilgrims faced because it "is full of disdain and racism towards indigenous people." From the petition:The passage includes lines such as, “What could they see but a hideous and desolate wilderness, full of wilde beasts and wilde men?" The pilgrim writes that they were separate from “all the civil parts of the world."The Wampanoag indigenous people saved the colonists from starvation and death, a story that our nation now celebrates as Thanksgiving. But even more than this disturbing lack of gratitude is the notion that there were no civilized people in the Americas. This world view generated centuries of genocidal practices that eliminated 90% of the indigenous population, my ancestors.And indigenous people are still experiencing lethal prejudice. Just this year we learned about more than 1,300 unmarked graves at residential schools in Canada. We know that thousands of indigenous children died of abuse, neglect...
    COSTA MESA (CBSLA) – A standoff with a domestic violence suspect who barricaded himself in a Costa Mesa home for more than nine hours with his two children, forcing nearby evacuations, came to a peaceful end Wednesday morning. Nov. 3, 2021. (Costa Mesa Police Department) READ MORE: LA Mayor Eric Garcetti Tests Positive For COVID In ScotlandThe situation began just after 12:30 a.m. when Costa Mesa police were called to a home in the 3200 block of Dakota Avenue on a domestic disturbance. A woman who lives at the home told officers she had escaped after being assaulted by the suspect. However, she said the man was still inside the home with their two children. READ MORE: McDonald's Begins Testing Vegetarian McPlant Burger At Manhattan Beach, El Segundo LocationsThe suspect, who owns a registered firearm, barricaded himself inside the home and then threatened officers, police said. A SWAT team, K9 units and crisis negotiators were called. Nearby homes were evacuated. Dakota Avenue and surrounding streets were shut down to traffic. At 10:20 a.m., police reported that the suspect...
    SAN JOSE — A dramatic housing tower that is being crafted with lush and green elements as well as an environmentally friendly design could sprout near downtown San Jose’s San Pedro Square. The 18-story tower would be developed by a real estate alliance of Canada-based Westbank, a developer with an international reach; and Gary Dillabough’s Urban Community, a San Jose-based developer. The residential highrise would be developed near the corner of Terraine Street and Bassett Street in downtown San Jose is is being designed by Studio Gang, a top architectural firm. “Informed by the unique climate and geology of Northern California’s Santa Clara Valley, Terraine is a residential tower designed to maximize the experience of indoor/outdoor living in downtown San Jose with a minimal carbon footprint,” Studio Gang stated in a post on its website that provides details about the project. Street-level view of an 18-story housing highrise called Terraine that would be built near the corner of Bassett Street and Terraine Street in downtown San Jose, concept. ( Studio Gang ) The Westbank and Dillabough alliance bought the development site...
    A TEENAGE boy has been stabbed on a residential street - as cops launch a hunt for the knifeman. Cops were called to a street in Ilford, East London at around 6.30pm tonight after reports that a boy had been hurt. 1Cops were called to this street in East London Officers and ambulance crews found a 13-year-old had been stabbed. He was rushed to hospital, with his condition described as non-life threatening. No arrests have been made but the Met Police have made an appeal for information. Most read in UK NewsIT'S A ROLLOVER Live EuroMillions results as winning numbers revealed & £25m rolls overNO BAE Salt Bae's 'insane' £50 gold cappuccino leaves fans all saying same thingDRASTIC MEASURES Four key restrictions Boris Johnson could bring back if Covid surgesABUSE TRIAL Boy, 6, was 'poisoned' with so much salt he was 'unable to fight' before deathANT'S agony Ant opens up about his addiction struggle to Kate saying 'it was bad'LADY IN RED Radiant Kate says 'anyone can be an addict' as she makes speech
    The identity has been released of a man who was shot and killed in broad daylight on a residential Long Island street. It happened on Friday, Sept. 24 at 5:15 p.m. in Elmont. Officers responded to a call for multiple shots fired in the rear of 100 Raff Ave. and upon arrival, discovered the man who had been shot, Nassau County Police said. The victim, now identified as Khasiem Woton, age 20, of Elmont. was pronounced dead at a local area hospital by a physician at around 5:55 p.m. Sept. 24. The investigation is ongoing. Detectives ask anyone with information about this crime to contact Nassau County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS. All callers will remain anonymous. Original report: Suspect At Large After Man Shot, Killed In Broad Daylight On Residential Long Island Street This continues to be a developing story. Check back to Daily Voice for updates.
    An area man has been charged for the murder of another man. Greg Thayer, age 48, of Kingston, was arrested on Wednesday, Sept. 29, for the death of Bruce Swierc, of Torrance, California, in the town of Ulster.  Thayer was arrested after police responded to a 911 call for a deceased man at a home on Magic Drive in Ulster, according to Police Chief Kyle Berardi, of the town of Ulster. As a result of an investigation, Swierc was found to be the victim of a homicide and identified Thayer as the suspect, the chief said. Police did not divulge either how Swierc was killed or his age.   Thayer was arrested and charged with murder and criminal possession of a weapon. He was remanded to the Ulster County Jail without bail. Ulster Police were assisted by the Ulster County District Attorney’s Office, the New York State Police, and the Kingston Police Department.
    (CBS DETROIT)- Its “Hump Day,” literally, in Detroit as the city installs its 3rd round of speed humps throughout residential streets. “They just come through here boy at record speed,” said Todd Phillips of Detroit during an interview Wednesday. READ MORE: Flint Council Bars Its Leader From Speaking During MeetingsPhillips says heâs tired of all the drivers speeding down his westside Detroit street. “60, 70, it ainât nothing but a 25 mile zone,” Phillips said. Heâs lived on Tyler street between Broadstreet and Petoskey for over 40 years. In that same time he says, he and other neighbors have complained to the city, to do something about the reckless drivers. Finally, today their calls are being answered. “We install the street cushions on streets that we have residential request, they meet a certain set of criteria, theyâre in close proximity to a public asset like a park or school,” said The City of Detroit Department of Public Works deputy director Caitlin Malloy-Marcon. READ MORE: Traverse City Area Doctor Out After Criticizing County Vaccine PolicyThe city says they currently have about 20,000 resident requests...
    A suspect is at large after a man was shot and killed in broad daylight on a residential Long Island street. It happened on Friday, Sept. 24 at 5:15 p.m. in Elmont. Officers responded to a call for multiple shots fired in the rear of 100 Raff Ave. and upon arrival, discovered the man who had been shot, Nassau County Police said. The victim was pronounced dead at a local area hospital by a physician at around 5:55 p.m. The investigation is ongoing. The victim's identity has not yet been released. Detectives ask anyone with information about this crime to contact Nassau County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS. All callers will remain anonymous. This is a developing story. Check back to Daily Voice for updates.
    A MAN has been stabbed to death in the middle of a residential street in east London, police have said. Officers were called to East Ferry Road following reports of a group of males fighting. 2Police at the scene of the stabbingCredit: Twitter They found a man, believed to be aged in his 30s, suffering from stab injuries and administered CPR prior to the arrival of paramedics. Despite their best efforts the male was pronounced dead at the scene, the Metropolitan Police said. Police are working to confirm the man's identity and inform his next of kin. Enquiries are ongoing and a crime scene is in place. A man nearby the scene was seen being led away by cops in handcuffs. A London Ambulance Service spokesperson said and an ambulance, an air ambulance and paramedics in cars were sent to the scene. “We were called at 8.28pm today to reports of a stabbing in East Ferry Road, E14," said the spokesperson. “Sadly, despite the best efforts of our crews, a man was pronounced dead at the scene.” 2A man being...
    Police are investigating after they say a 4-year-old child was hit by a car on a residential street in the area and his father then assaulted the driver of the vehicle. The incident took place around 4 p.m., Monday, Sept. 20, in Rockland County in New City. According to Detective Norm Peters of the Clarkstown Police, a vehicle was traveling southbound on Amundsen Lane when it struck the child who ran into the roadway. The driver, a 22-year-old man, got out of the vehicle to check on the child who was lying next to his car, Peters said. That's when the driver was charged by the child's father and physically assaulted.  The father, Michael R. Budnick, age 50, punched the driver several times while holding him by the throat against the hood of his vehicle, Peters added. The driver sustained injuries that required him to be transported to an area hospital for treatment. The child suffered unknown injuries, but was conscious, alert, and responding to officers on the scene, Peters said. Budnick was arrested and charged with: Assault Criminal obstruction of breathing Harassment He was...
    A 21-year-old man was hospitalized after being victimized in a drive-by shooting on a residential road on Long Island, police said. Shots rang out on Prospect Street near the intersection of 45th Street in North Amityville at approximately 11 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 14, with two bullets striking the man, who was standing outside an area home. Police said that after the man was shot, the driver proceeded to drive off without stopping. The shooting victim was treated at the scene and transported to an area hospital for additional treatment of non-life-threatening injuries. It is unclear what the motive behind the shooting was, police said.  The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information regarding the shooting has been asked to contact Suffolk County Police First Squad Detectives at (631) 854-8152 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS.
    A suspect is at large after a man was shot and killed in broad daylight on a residential Long Island street. It happened around 3:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 10, in Freeport on South Bay Avenue. Upon arrival, Freeport Police officers discovered the victim, a 28-year-old, with a gunshot wound.  The man was transported to a local hospital where he was later pronounced by a hospital physician, according to police.  The investigation is ongoing. Detectives request anyone with information regarding the above incident to contact the Nassau County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS or call 911. All callers will remain anonymous. This is a developing story. Check back to Daily Voice for updates.
    Police in New Jersey were called on Friday to an unexplained barrel in a quiet road - and inside found human remains.  Officers attended the scene in Ridgefield Park - a town of 13,000 people, just across the Hudson River from Manhattan - at around 10:30am on Friday. People living on the corner of Hobart Street and Teaneck Road said they believe the container was dropped off overnight, between 1-6am on Friday. Local news website Daily Voice reported that victim was female, and forensic experts were trying to establish how she died. Police in Ridgefield Park, New Jersey, on Friday were called to reports of a strange barrel left in the street (pictured) Officers are seen inspecting the green barrel, in footage obtained by CBS News CBS New York Privacy Policy Mark Musella, Bergen County prosecutor, confirmed the grim discovery.   'Human remains were located in the container, and the circumstances of the death and the origin of the container are being investigated,' he said.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Sister, 62, is arrested SEVEN...
    Q: Who establishes speed limits on San Jose streets? On my daily drive to the dog park, I‘m really surprised that the speed limit on Hellyer Avenue between Senter and Palisades is 35 mph. This street is residential, with the exceptions of Hellyer Elementary School and a church with a family center. It is designated as a bike path, but is not wide enough for a dedicated bike lane and many cars parallel park on both sides of the road. I think 35 mph seems dangerously high. Duncan Graham, San Jose A: There are several criteria, but the “85th percentile” is the primary basis for setting the speed limit on any stretch of road. That means setting the speed at which 85% of drivers are traveling, or slower. Local jurisdictions can round down to the next lower increment of 5 mph when conditions are present that may not be apparent such as a high number of crashes or significant numbers of people walking in the area. But this could change. San Jose is a cosponsor of Assembly Bill 43, which...
    A man was arrested after allegedly firing a handgun in the air during an overnight dispute with multiple people on Long Island, police said. Suffolk County Police officers responded to Elm Street in Huntington at approximately 1:30 a.m. on Friday, June 18, where there were reports of gunshots fired. According to police, the investigation into the incident determined that a man fired a gun into the air during a dispute with several people before fleeing the scene on foot. No injuries were reported. Officers were able to obtain a description of the suspect, later identified as Huntington Station resident Tyshon Parker, and tracked him down shortly after on nearby Fairview Street, where he was taken into custody without further incident. Police noted that at the time he was apprehended, Parker was in possession of a loaded .380 caliber Smith and Wesson handgun. Parker, 24, was charged with prohibited use of a weapon and two counts of criminal possession of a weapon. 
The investigation into the incident is ongoing. Anyone with information has been asked to contact Suffolk County Police Second...
    A contractor in Massachusetts is facing thousands of dollars in fines for allegedly illegally dumping waste on a residential property near the Housatonic River, officials announced. The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) announced it has fined both Pittsfield-based general contractor Diplacon Builders Inc. and an employee, Jose Saldana, for violations of the state’s solid waste, asbestos, and wetlands regulations for dumping that occurred at a property owned by Saldana on Taylor Street in Pittsfield. MassDEP received a complaint from a local resident through the Berkshire Environmental Action Team in June last year after 40-cubic-yards of construction and demolition debris was been dumped at the rear of the Taylor Street property within 100 feet of the river. Among the debris was metal and roofing materials, which indicated the presence of asbestos-containing waste materials in a portion of the debris, officials said. At the time the debris was reported, Saldana was ordered to remove all the waste within seven days, though he failed to comply with the timetable provided by MassDEP. Further investigation by MassDEP determined that the waste...
    An investigation is underway after a fatal shooting overnight on a residential Long Island street. It happened around 11:15 p.m. Sunday, May 30 in West Babylon. Daniel Smith, age 32, of Roosevelt, sitting in the driver’s seat of a parked vehicle on Schenectady Avenue, just south of Essex Street, when he was struck by multiple gunshots fired from outside the vehicle, Suffolk County Police said. The shooter fled on foot before officers arrived at the scene, police said. Smith was pronounced dead at the scene by a physician assistant from the Office of the Suffolk County Medical Examiner. Anyone with information on the shooting is asked to call Homicide Squad Detectives at 631-852-6394 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS.  All calls will remain confidential. This is a developing story. Check back to Daily Voice for updates.
    A Los Angeles driver died in a violent crash Sunday evening involving eight cars on a residential street. The crash was reported at 8:06 p.m. in the neighborhood of Reseda. A car driven by a 25- to 30-year-old man was northbound on Corbin Avenue when it crossed the double yellow line and crashed head-on into a southbound vehicle, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. The vehicle then struck a parked car, another southbound vehicle and five more parked vehicles. The driver died at the scene. Two injured people were taken to hospitals, and three others were evaluated at the scene, the police said. Witnesses reportedly said the car was speeding, and the police say they’re investigating whether street racing was involved. That block of Corbin, approaching Sherman Way, is a straight, four-lane stretch of road. The crash site is less than three miles from the Northridge intersection where 19-year-old college basketball star Terrence Clarke was killed last month. Police say Clarke was going 80 mph in a 45-mph zone when he clipped a truck making a left turn...
    A 3-year-old was killed in a motor-vehicle crash on a residential Long Island street. A Suffolk County man was driving a 2018 Toyota Tundra out of his driveway in Shirley, located on Floyd Road North, when the vehicle struck the young boy, Kameron Wilson, who was standing on the roadway Saturday, May 8, at approximately 10:30 a.m., Suffolk County Police said. The man and his passenger performed CPR on the boy and called 911. Mastic Ambulance transported the boy, a New York City resident, to Long Island Community Hospital in East Patchogue. He was then transported to Stony Brook University Hospital where he died from his injuries. The vehicle was impounded for a safety check.  Anyone with information is asked to call Seventh Squad detectives at 631-852-8752.
    A 3-year-old was killed in a motor-vehicle crash on a residential Long Island street. A Suffolk County man was driving a 2018 Toyota Tundra out of his driveway in Shirley, located on Floyd Road North, when the vehicle struck the young boy, Kameron Wilson, who was standing on the roadway Saturday, May 8, at approximately 10:30 a.m., Suffolk County Police said. The man and his passenger performed CPR on the boy and called 911. Mastic Ambulance transported the boy, a New York City resident, to Long Island Community Hospital in East Patchogue. He was then transported to Stony Brook University Hospital where he died from his injuries. The vehicle was impounded for a safety check.  Anyone with information is asked to call Seventh Squad detectives at 631-852-8752.
    Police in Connecticut are searching for a shooter that killed one man and left two others wounded. The victims were discovered around dinnertime at 6:20 p.m., Tuesday, May 4, in Hartford when officers responded to the neighborhood area of 19 Norwich St., for a Shot Spotter activation, said Hartford Police Lt. Aaron Boisvert. When officers arrived on the scene they located the three men suffering from gunshot wounds. Two of the victims, men in their 20s, were transported to area hospitals for non-life-threatening injuries with one shot in the leg and the other in the back. The third victim, identified as Chaquan Jones, 33, of Hartford, suffered a life-threatening gunshot wound, Boisvert said. He was transported to an area hospital where he was later pronounced dead. "It is unknown at this point what led up to the shooting," Boisvert said. Anyone with any information about it is asked to call the Hartford Police Department tip line at 860-722-8477 (TIPS). This is a developing story. Check back to Daily Voice for updates.
    A CAR parking spot is up for sale for £750,000 — three times the national house price average. The garage — which can hold two cars nose-to-nose — is handy for shoppers using London’s Oxford Street. 2This central London car parking spot is on sale for a whopping £750,000 2The garage is handy for London’s famous shopping mecca Oxford Street and top store SelfridgesCredit: Alamy A steel shutter protects the vehicles from thieves, vandals and the elements. The space is within a 24-hour portered residential building, according to the estate agent’s ad. A mortgage on the garage with a ten per cent deposit paid would cost £3,200 a month. For the same price, buyers could purchase a five-bedroom family home at Heaton Mersey near Manchester. Most read in NewsLive BlogHEATING UPMini-heatwave RETURNING with warm 20C evenings perfect for pub gardensLONDON BOSSLondon mayoral election polls and odds: Who will win in 2021?new chapterMeghan pens kids' book inspired by Harry and Archie about 'dad and son's bond'LAST ORDERSPub forced to shut blasts 'rule-breaking d***head' customers in scathing note'CALLOUS & EVIL'Moment killer who...
    Drag-racing Washington DC police officers wrote off two patrol cars after crashing into one another at speeds of up to 60mph in a quiet residential street.  Four DC cops were injured in the crash after the on-duty officers from the capital city's Sixth District challenged each other to a drag race, FOX 5 reported.  The Ford cruisers took out a fence before crashing into each other on Anacostia Ave, 9 miles east of the White House, with stunned residents capturing footage of  the crash site.  Details of last Thursday's incident were revealed in internal police emails written by the city's Sixth District Commander Durriyyah Habeebullah and obtained by FOX 5.  'Yesterday two 6D scout cars were totaled because officers decided instead of fighting crime, patrolling their beats, or engaging the community – they decided to drag race each other on Anacostia Avenue at 5 pm in the evening,' Habeebullah fumed in the email.  'What does this say to all the members of (Metropolitan Police Department) who are passionate about their job and work hard every day to make a difference....
    SAN JOSE — A proposed residential tower could bring downtown San Jose many more homes than previously anticipated, although the highrise would be shorter than prior plans, according to a new city document. Garden Gate Tower, a housing highrise, would sprout at 600 S. First Street at one of the gateways to the south end of downtown San Jose, plans filed with the city show. The new plans for the housing tower call for 336 residential units, or 46 more than the 290 residences previously envisioned for the highrise at South First Street and East Reed Street. The project would have 28 affordable residential units. “The development of the project would contribute a modern, high-quality urban design to the downtown,” according to a San Jose city staff report. Scape, a British developer that specializes in student housing, has proposed a 23-story tower rather than the prior plan for a 27-story highrise, according to the latest proposal Scape has on file with the city. “Housing is widely needed,” said Bob Staedler, principal executive with Silicon Valley Synergy, a land-use consultancy. “It...
    Gunshots were fired outside a Westchester home on a quiet residential street over the weekend, prompting an investigation, police said. An alert was issued by New Rochelle Police Capt. Cosmo Costa on Monday morning as investigators attempt to track down a suspect who fired several shots from a gun on Rockdale Avenue. Officers responded to the report of shots fired at approximately 8:15 p.m. on Saturday, April 10 at 52 Rockdale Ave., and the investigation led to the recovery of four 9mm bullet casings in the roadway further down the road at 60 Rockdale Ave. No injuries or property damage was reported. The investigation into the shooting is ongoing as police attempt to locate the shooter. Anyone with information has been asked to contact New Rochelle Police detectives by calling (914) 654-2300.  Check back to Daily Voice for updates.
    SAN JOSE — A busy developer is eyeing very preliminary plans to develop three housing towers in an increasingly hip and trendy part of downtown San Jose. Developer Gary Dillabough has obtained contracts to purchase several sites that would provide the parcels needed to build two residential projects where the towers would sprout in the South First Area, or SoFA district, of downtown San Jose. Under very preliminary plans that have been prepared by Dillabough and his company, Urban Community, the two projects together could bring nearly 400 units of residential housing within the three downtown highrises. The housing highrises would be built next to or near office towers that are being planned by mega-developer Westbank on what is known as the Valley Title lot. Westbank and Dillabough have formed a development alliance to build five major projects that would usher in dramatic changes to downtown San Jose. “These are sites that we are working on right now to make sure we can deliver on the vision to have housing near the office towers,” Dillabough said of the properties slated...
    A PAIR of thugs were captured knocking a man out with a baseball bat in shocking footage. The victim, in his 20s, was left hospitalised after the horrific attack on a residential street in Dorset. 4This is the a moment a topless man is ambushed by men with weaponsCredit: Supplied 4The gang pulled up in vehicles with weaponsCredit: Supplied 4One brute whacks the man in the back of the head with the batCredit: Supplied Cops said a gang of men pulled up in vehicles armed with weapons and ambushed him. Footage shows the moment one attacker chases the topless victim while swinging a metal cosh. Another brute closes in on the man and whacks him in the back of the head with the bat. The victim falls down and hits his head on wall, before being kicked repeatedly in Christchurch. A female voice, heard behind the camera, gasps as the thugs continue their violent rampage. Meanwhile another woman can be seen filming the assault, as an older man watches on. Sources say the incident, which broke out in broad daylight,...
    The identity has been released of a man who was found dead of an apparent homicide on a residential Long Island street. Nassau County Police First Precinct officers responded to the vicinity of 17 Walton Ave. in Uniondale for a report of a man lying in the street just after 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 30. The man, now identified as 27-year-old Jesus Martinez, of Uniondale, was pronounced dead by Nassau County Police Medic. The investigation is ongoing. Check back to Daily Voice for updates.
    An investigation is underway after a man was found dead of an apparent homicide on a residential Long Island street. Nassau County Police First Precinct officers responded to the vicinity of 17 Walton Ave. in Uniondale for a report of a man lying in the street just after 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 30. The man, described as Hispanic, was pronounced dead by Nassau County Police Medic. The investigation is ongoing. Check back to Daily Voice for updates.
    An investigation is underway after a fatal overnight motor-vehicle crash on a residential Long Island street. It happened just after 4 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 27 in Westbury. A 27-year-old man was operating his 2018 Honda Accord northbound on Carman Avenue when he lost control of the vehicle and struck a pole near Lake Lane, Nassau County Police said.  Officers responded to the scene and the driver was pronounced dead by a Nassau County Police Medic.  A male passenger, also age 27, was transported to an area hospital in critical condition. The investigation is ongoing. Check back to Daily Voice for updates.
    A SUSPECTED "Proud Boy" accused of plotting further violence in the wake of Capitol riots has been arrested in "shocking" scenes outside his New York home. Eduard Florea, 40, was called out of his home in Middle Village by police before emerging on the street and surrendering peacefully in Queens on Tuesday night, according to NY Daily News. Read our Donald Trump live blog for the very latest news on the President... 9 Florea was arrested in Middle Village, Queens on Tuesday afternoon 9Florea surrendered to federal agents after they showed up in an armored vehicle 9He has been charged as a convicted felon in possession of ammunition “It was nuts. A tank was going down the street. I couldn’t believe it, especially in a quiet neighborhood like this,” one neighbor told the outlet. Another resident who also witnessed the arrest described the incident as shocking. “That shocked the heck out of me,” she said, according to NY Daily News. “I came outside out of the basement (to see what was going on). An FBI guy yelled at me to get inside....
    Police are searching for a pair of suspects who they say struck a victim with a bat during a robbery that happened in broad daylight on a residential Long Island street. It happened on Friday, Dec. 25 at 3:45 p.m. in Uniondale. A 26-year-old male victim was walking southbound on Nostrand Avenue in the vicinity of Northern Parkway and passed two unknown males, Nassau County Police said.  The two began to follow the victim and told him to stop multiple times, according to police.  The victim was then grabbed from behind and struck with a baseball bat, said police.  The subjects removed an undisclosed amount of US currency from the victim’s pocket and fled northbound on Nostrand Avenue. The victim suffered a laceration to the left side of his head, said police. He refused medical attention. The first subject is described as being Black with a thin build. He was wearing a black hat, sweatshirt, sweatpants, and a mask, said police. The second subject is described as White and was wearing a black hat, sweatshirt, mask, and gray sweatpants, police...
    An investigation is underway after a Long Island man was shot on a residential street in broad daylight. The incident happened early Thursday afternoon, Dec. 24 in North Amityville. Quinton Davis, age 30, was shot in front of a resident on the 100 block of Jefferson Avenue, Suffolk County Police said. He was transported via a private vehicle to Andpress Plaza in North Amityville at approximately 1:15 p.m. He was then transported via ambulance to Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center in West Islip in stable condition, said police. Detectives are asking anyone with information on the shooting to call the First Squad at 631-854-8152 or anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS. Check back to Daily Voice for updates.
    WEST LOOP — A team of Chicago-based developers is mulling a 26-story tower with 383 residential units for the northwest corner of Randolph and Elizabeth streets, according to a zoning application filed with the city this week.  The 292-foot-tall proposal from architect-developer Thomas Roszak and business partner Dan Moceri would replace the Gateway Auto Service garage at 160 N. Elizabeth St. as well as a cluster of low-rise brick buildings fronting Randolph St. The plan includes parking for 117 cars and 150 bicycles plus 10,000 square feet of retail space. The design features a three-story brick podium topped by a glassy tower with a setback on the 14th floor, based on elevation drawings attached to the application.  The proposal will require a zoning change from the city and the support of Ald. Walter Burnett Jr. (27th) before it can move forward. It’s unclear when the project will be publicly presented to West Loop residents, and Roszak could not be reached for comment.  Though the coronavirus pandemic has cast a shadow of uncertainty over Fulton Market’s hot office and hotel markets,...
    PASADENA (CBSLA) — A man was shot and killed in a residential area of Pasadena on Friday night. The shooting happened around 8:10 p.m. near Parke Street and Marengo Avenue, between Fair Oaks and Los Robles Avenues, one block south of Orange Grove Boulevard, Pasadena Police said. A preliminary investigation determined the victim was walking along the south sidewalk on Parke Street when the suspect or suspects fired several shots at the victim, striking him numerous times in the upper body, according to police. Police said the victim attempted to run but collapsed due to his injuries. The victim’s name or information about a suspect was not released. A motive in the shooting also has not yet been disclosed. (© Copyright 2020 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. City News Service contributed to this report.)
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- After leading Los Angeles police on a high speed chase through West L.A. on Thursday afternoon, a driver was taken into custody without incident following a brief standoff with officers after the pursuit ended on a residential street in Inglewood.The driver initially refused to exit the vehicle, which was stopped in front of a home near Inglewood Avenue and 99th Street as multiple LAPD patrol cars were positioned in a phalanx behind the sedan.Authorities said chase began when officers responded to a report of a disturbance by a man with a gun.About 20 minutes after the standoff began, the unidentified driver exited the sedan and lay face-down on the pavement as police approached with their guns drawn. He was then handcuffed and taken away.
    A plane crashed into multiple parked vehicles along a residential street in Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley on Thursday, according to reports. Video from KCAL9 News showed the scene in the the Pacoima neighborhood, with smoke billowing from the wreckage. Multiple cars appeared to be engulfed in flames. In the footage, firefighters are perched atop one of the homes scanning damage to the building and its front yard. The crash occurred shortly after 11:30 a.m. on North Sutter Avenue, a stone’s throw from Whiteman Airport, KCAL9 reported. The plane’s pilot died in the crash, KABC said. Officials reported zero injuries on the ground. Filed under airplanes ,  los angeles ,  plane crashes ,  11/12/20
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