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    An elderly man and woman have died after being struck by a vehicle while walking to a polling place to go vote, reports Fox 5 DC. The collision that took the lives of the 70-year-old woman and 65-year-old man occurred around 7:30 a.m., Tuesday, Nov. 8. The pair were crossing School Drive heading to Field Roads Elementary School in Gaithersburg to vote, continued the outlet. The man and woman were rushed to a hospital where they were pronounced dead. The driver of the vehicle stayed on the scene. To read the full report by Fox 5 DC, click here.
    The coach of a local championship soccer team is dead after a security guard shot him after the coach threw a brick at the guard, reports WMAR 2. The shooting occurred around 1:30 a.m., Monday, Nov. 7 at a bar in the 4000 block of East Lombard Street after Kevin Torres, 35, allegedly through a brick at the security guard. The coach was out celebrating another victory by his team when his daughter reportedly got into an argument with another woman at the bar, continues the outlet. A security guard then tried to hit the women with a baton, prompting Torres to step in and shove the security guard after asking him to stop. The security guard later pepper-sprayed Torres, and witnesses say he reached for the nearest object to defend himself, striking the security guard with a brick. At that point, the guard shot Torres who later succumbed to injuries at a hospital. Anyone with further information is asked to call Baltimore police. To read the full report by WMAR 2, click here.
    A man who was killed by police while attacking a woman in a Baltimore intersection was widely known for his campaign against gun violence, according to multiple reports.  Baltimore residents took to social media to speak about the death of Tyree Moorehead, 46, who was known to many as "Mr. No Shoot Zone". Moorehead was known to spray-paint the phrase "No Shoot Zone" at the scenes of shootings across the city, the reports continue. In a video posted to social media before the shooting on Sunday, Nov. 6, Moorehead said that "the real God" had given him instructions and that there were forces working against him including satan and gang leaders, reports Middletown Press. To watch a video of the incident, click here. WARNING: Footage may be graphic to some viewers. Moorehead was fatally shot by police a short time later after he was found attacking a woman while armed with a knife in a Baltimore intersection, as previously reported by Daily Voice.
    Ozzy Osbourne has revealed he no longer wants to move back to the UK from America - after previously vowing to ditch the USA due to the country's gun violence. The rock icon, 73, who hails from Birmingham, England, has lived in California since the 1970s, and back in August revealed his intentions to move back home with wife Sharon, 70, saying: 'I’m fed up with people getting killed every day.' But the Paranoid hitmaker has now declared to Consequence Magazine: 'To be honest with you, if I had my way, I’d stay in America. I’m American now... to be honest with you, I don’t want to go back. F*** that. Backtrack: Ozzy Osbourne has revealed he no longer wants to move back to the UK from America - after previously vowing to ditch the USA due to the country's gun violence (pictured with wife Sharon in 2020) Osbourne said the decision to return home was prompted by the backlash Sharon received when she defended  Piers Morgan over his comments that he did not believe Meghan Markle's explosive racism claims in...
    A 26-year-old man was killed and two others seriously injured during a two-vehicle head-on crash on a Connecticut roadway. The crash took place in Windham County around 5 p.m., Monday, Nov. 7 in the Town of Brooklyn on Route 6. According to the Connecticut State Police, a Chevrolet Colorado was traveling east on Route 6 when a Jeep Wrangler traveling in the opposite direction crossed over the double-yellow line and hit the Chevrolet head-on. The driver of the Chevrolet, Windham County resident Andrew Baker, age 26, of Dayville, was pronounced dead at the scene. A passenger, a 26-year-old woman from Dayville was seriously injured, state police said. The Jeep's driver, a 54-year-old Windham County man from the Town of Hampton was also seriously injured, police said. Police are asking anyone with information or who witnessed the crash to contact 860-779-4900. The crash remains under investigation. 
    A man has died in an overnight shooting in one Western Massachusetts city, authorities said. Police responded for of ShotSpotter alert in the the 0-100 block of Walden Street in Springfield around 1:35 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 8, Ryan Walsh, public information officer for Springfield Police, said on Twitter.  Upon arrival, officers found the man suffering from gunshot wounds. He was taken to a local hospital where he later died, Walsh continued.  The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information is asked to contact Springfield Police at 413.787.6355. 
    Another American man has died fighting in Ukraine, bringing the total U.S. death toll in the war with Russia to at least eight.  Timothy Griffin had been fighting alongside Ukrainians in the International Legion, which is comprised of foreign volunteers who are helping to defend the country against Russian forces. According to the legion, Griffin had been taking part in Ukraine's counteroffensive effort on the eastern front when he was killed. A spokeswoman for the legion told NBC News that Griffin's unit came under attack and he was 'killed in action.' Griffin's age and hometown remain unknown, but an American death was confirmed by the US state Department. Two people with knowledge of Griffin's death said he was from New York state and had fought in the Kharkiv region of the country. 'Timothy's memory will live on in his unit, in the Legion and the Armed Forces of Ukraine,' said the International Legion. Fighting on Ukraine's eastern front has attracted some Americans to join the country's International Legion - despite warnings from the US government to refrain from joining up A Ukrainian...
    The family of murdered soldier Vanessa Guillen have laid bare the 'evil and corruption' that she faced at Fort Hood, while detailing her horrific decline in the months before she was killed by a sergeant in an upcoming Netflix docuseries. US Army soldier Guillen, 20 - who was training at the Fort Hood Army Base in Killeen, Texas - disappeared in April 2020, shortly after she told her family that she was being sexually harassed by an unnamed sergeant. Her dismembered remains were discovered two months later buried near the Leon River; police then found evidence linking sergeant Aaron David Robinson to her death, but when they attempted to arrest him for the murder, he fatally shot himself.  Robinson allegedly bludgeoned her to death with a hammer after she found out he was having an affair with a married woman; it's unclear if he was the man who had sexually harassed her. The family of murdered soldier Vanessa Guillen (pictured) have laid bare the 'evil and corruption' that she faced at Fort Hood in an upcoming Netflix docuseries Guillen, 20...
    Authorities have identified the two men killed in a Monday morning dump truck crash that closed down stretches of Route 78 in Berks and Lehigh counties. Donald T. Gercie, 63, was driving a dump truck that hit an overpass in the eastbound lanes and rolled over near milepost 48.0 in Upper Macungie just after 9:50 a.m., the Coroner’s Officer said. Gercie, of Alpha, NJ, was pronounced dead at the scene from multiple blunt force injuries just before 12:25 p.m. The manner of death was accidental. Gercie’s passenger, Joel A. Fantauzzi Ortiz, 40, of Bethlehem, was pronounced dead just before 10:50 a.m. The cause and and manner of death was the same. Tributes starting coming in within hours: Meanwhile, the entire highway between Routes 863 and 100 was closed Monday morning while emergency workers cleared the way and investigated the scene, authorities said. Westbound lanes reopened at 2:30 p.m., while eastbound lanes stayed closed through the evening. The crash remains under investigation by the coroner’s office, as well as the Pennsylvania State Police, Fogelsville Station.
    A 28-year-old Montgomery County man was killed in a crash on Monday, Nov. 7, officials said. Justin Minnucci, of Souderton in Franconia Township, died at Lehigh Valley Hospital - Cedar Crest of multiple blunt force injuries due to the 11:45 a.m. crash on West Cherry Lane and Souderton Hatfield Pike, the Lehigh County Coroner's Office said. Minnucci was the driver. Details in the crash were not immediately known.
    A MAN walked into his home to discover his family brutally killed by his daughter's ex-boyfriend on Friday, police announced. A 28-year-old man is suspected of fatally shooting his ex-girlfriend, her brother, her mom, and another man inside a Maryland home before killing himself in a chilling murder-suicide, cops said. 5A man walked into his home to discover his ex-wife, their two adult children, and another man killed, police announcedCredit: WUSA9 5Investigators believe the ex of Sara Mann, 21, (pictured) killed four before turning the gun on himself in a horrific murder suicideCredit: Facebook/Sunny Mann 5Sara's brother Kai Mann, 18, was also killedCredit: Facebook/Sarah Mann 5Sommaly Mann, ex-wife of homeowner Darin Mann and mother to their children, was also a victim of the crimeCredit: Facebook/Sunny Mann 5Jovon Watson, 23, was also tragically killed inside the homeCredit: Facebook/Jovon Watson Charles County Sheriff's deputies responded to reports of a shooting where they discovered the bodies of suspected shooter Andre Sales, 28, his ex-girlfriend Sara Mann, 21, her brother Kai Mann, 18, their mother Sommaly Mann, 48, and another male Jovon Watson, 23....
    One person was killed in Maryland after losing control and crashing after his vehicle hopped a curb in Montgomery County over the weekend, police say. Rockville resident Luis Abraham Ayala Ayala, 37, was killed when he crashed shortly after 1:45 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 6 near the intersection of Georgia Avenue and Kayson Street in Wheaton-Glenmont. According to a spokesperson from the Montgomery County Department of Police, 4th District officers, and Montgomery County Fire Rescue personnel responded to the scene of the crash on Sunday morning, where they found a single-vehicle crash scene. The investigation by detectives with the agency determined that for unknown reasons, Ayala was driving a white 2010 Nissan Sentra north on Georgia Avenue when he lost control, went over a curb, and came to a crashing halt against several trees and a utility pole. Ayala was pronounced dead at the scene by first responders. Anyone with information regarding the fatal crash has been asked to contact the Collision Reconstruction Unit at the Montgomery County Department of Police by calling (240) 773-6620.
    Authorities in Maryland have released the name of a 31-year-old rider who was killed after crashing his motorcycle into the back of a white work van being driven by a Virginia man. In Calvert County, Waldorf resident Jesse Lee Wallace was killed shortly before 10:15 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 5, in Prince Frederick when he crashed into the van in the area of Solomons Island Road and Auto Drive. Upon arrival, members of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office said that deputies located a white Chevrolet work van with rear-end damage and a “mangled red motorcycle.” The initial investigation determined that Wallace was driving a 2019 Honda sports bike motorcycle south on Solomons Island Road approaching Auto Drive when he struck the back of the 2020 van for undisclosed reasons. Wallace was pronounced dead at the scene, and the driver of the Chevy, Stafford resident Tyrell Dill, 32, was uninjured in the crash. “Based on evidence (at the scene) and witness statements, it appears speed is a major contributing factor to this collision,” according to a spokesperson from...
    A 34-year-old Medford man is expected to face charges in connection with a fatal crash that killed a woman in Southern Massachusetts, authorities said. Troopers tried stopping a vehicle being driven by Hector Bannister-Sanchez in Middleborough around 2 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 7, Massachusetts State Police report. However, Bannister-Sanchez blew through the traffic stop and sped away. Troopers did not pursue the vehicle, police said.  Shortly after, Bannister-Sanchez crashed into another vehicle on Kingman Road in Taunton. Troopers responded to the crash where they found an adult female who died on scene.  Bannister-Sanchez tried running away, but was soon caught and taken into custody. He was taken to Morton Hospital for potential injuries where he remains, police said.  Bannister-Sanchez is expected to face charges stemming from the crash. The investigation is ongoing. 
    1977 A global flu pandemic killed 700,000. The virus, which is similar to a strain that has been dormant for fifteen years, apparently came from a laboratory. 2001 A series of anthrax (anthrax) attacks in the United States killed five people and injured seventeen others. The accused criminal, Bruce Ivins, The man who killed himself during the investigation was a scientist at the State Biological Defense Laboratory in Fort Tedtrick, Maryland. 2004 The SARS virus escaped twice from a high-security laboratory in China (the Chinese Institute of Virology in Beijing), infecting two scientists and six people, one of whom lost his life. Its low infectivity prevents these leaks from becoming an infection. 2005 American researchers have reconstructed the original virus of the 1918 Spanish flu, the deadliest in history, from a corpse dug out of permafrost. 2007 Transmission of foot-and-mouth disease in cattle via liquid waste in a high security (P4) laboratory at the Institute for Animal Health, Pirbright, UK. 2012 Two groups in the United States and the Netherlands report that they have infected ferrets, so humans, with an...
    A 19-year-old woman was killed and two others were hurt after a deer caused a crash on Route 94 in Sussex County Sunday night, state police said. Jesse Manno, 33, of Branchville, was driving a Jeep Wrangler on Route 94 southbound when he hit a deer and veered into the northbound lanes near milepost 15.1 in Fredon just after 10:25 p.m., NJSP Trooper Charles Marchan told DailyVoice.com. The front of the Jeep crashed into a grass embankment and a Honda Civic driven by Alexander W. Schwenke, 18, of Johnsonburg, along with passenger Zoey C. McClain, 19, of Knowlton. Manno and Schwenke suffered moderate injuries, Marchan said. McClain was killed. Meanwhile, a 63-year-old woman from South Jersey was killed when a deer busted through her front and back windshields Sunday evening. The crash remains under investigation. No further details were released.
    AT LEAST seven people were killed in a horror crash when a bus smashed with two lorries before bursting into flames. The tragic accident happened in Tutak in eastern Turkey sparking a massive blaze that engulfed the three vehicles. 1The crash happened in Tutak in Turkey Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said: "Seven of our citizens have lost their lives in a bus which caught fire after it overturned. I wish them God's mercy." The terrifying crash left another eleven people injured, according to Turkey's Health Minister Fahrettin Koca. Initial reports indicate that two trucks were involved in a collision that caused a pileup dragging in the bus, Agri province governor Osman Varol said. The passenger bus hit two trucks in Tutak, causing an enormous fire that engulfed all three vehicles and covered the highway in thick black smoke. Firefighters rushed to the scene to put out the massive blaze. YOU MIGHT LIKERECOMMENDED FOR YOUMORE FOR YOUMore from The SunWEEKEND BLOODBATH Chilling details on 40 minutes of gunfire with 6 dead in 2 citiesFETUS SNATCHER Chilling timeline of 'womb raider'...
    A man is dead after being shot by police while he was reportedly assaulting a woman with a knife in Baltimore, authorities say. Detectives say Tyree Moorehead, 46, was armed with a knife on top of the woman in the intersection of N. Fulton and W. Lafayette Avenues around 3:30 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 6, according to Baltimore police. Officers arrived on scene and verbally commanded Moorehead to get on the ground, where he got on top of the woman. One officer discharged his weapon, striking Moorehead several times. An officer was able to relocate the woman to safety while another officer rendered aid to Moorehead. Medics responded to the scene and transported the man to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead a short time later.  The woman was treated on the scene by medics for minor injuries. Baltimore Police Department’s Special Investigations Response Team (SIRT) and the Maryland Attorney General’s Office responded and will conduct a joint investigation. 
    A woman was killed after her Jeep Grand Cherokee crashed into a tree in the Hudson Valley. The crash took place in Rockland County around 12:30 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 6 on Congers Road in New City. The first responding officers found a dark-colored Jeep Grand Cherokee which had sustained significant front-end damage from striking a tree, said Det. Norm Peters, of the Clarkstown Police. The driver, identified as Rosanne Firenze, age 71, of Congers, was unconscious when officers removed her from the vehicle and immediately began performing CPR, Peters said. New City Ambulance and Rockland paramedics took over the care and transported Firenze to Montefiore Nyack Hospital where she was pronounced dead. "The Clarkstown Police Department sends our condolences to the family and friends of the deceased," said Peters. Peters said there has been no determination as to what may have caused the accident.
    Another American has died fighting alongside Ukrainians against Russian forces, according to the State Department. Timothy Griffin had been fighting in the International Legion, which is made up of thousands of foreign fighters fighting with Ukrainians, when he was killed, according to NBC News. Griffin had been participating in Ukraine’s counteroffensive on the eastern front, the International Legion said, though details about his death remain sparse. IRAN MAY PROVIDE RUSSIA WITH ADDITIONAL WEAPONS, INCLUDING MISSILES, IN UKRAINE “We can confirm the death of a U.S. citizen in Ukraine. We are in touch with the family and providing all possible consular assistance,” a State Department spokesperson told the Washington Examiner on Monday. “Out of respect for the family's privacy during this difficult time, we have nothing further to add.” The International Legion is “handling the repatriation process," a regional spokesperson told NBC. “We are in contact with the family and the International Legion and the Armed Forces of Ukraine are handling the repatriation process, in coordination with the family, following their wishes and instructions." The State Department official could not specify...
    The World Health Organization estimated that at least 15,000 Europeans have died as a result of record heat so far this year. The estimate was put forward in a statement by WHO Regional Director for Europe Dr. Hans Henri Kluge amid the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. It noted that the past summer was the hottest in Europe on record, according to the European Union’s Copernicus Climate Change Service, resulting in massive infrastructure damage and a likewise record number of deaths. WHY INTERNATIONAL CLIMATE SUMMITS ARE DOOMED TO FAIL A woman walks past a fountain on a hot summer day in Berlin, Germany, Sunday, June 19, 2022. People flocked to parks and pools across Western Europe on Saturday for a bit of respite from an early heat wave. In Germany, where highs of 38 C (100.4 F) were expected, the health minister urged vulnerable groups to stay hydrated. Markus Schreiber/AP "Based on country data submitted so far, it is estimated that at least 15,000 people died specifically due to the...
    A 24-year-old man was killed and three others were hospitalized following a suspected drunk driving crash on Long Island. The crash happened at around 4:30 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 6, in Massapequa Park, on Sunrise Highway near Park Boulevard, Nassau County Police said. A preliminary investigation revealed that Juan DeLeon Collado, age 29, of Freeport, was driving westbound in a Honda CR-V when he crossed into the eastbound lane and struck a Honda Civic head on. The impact killed a 24-year-old male passenger in the Civic and left the 28-year-old male driver with injuries to his leg and hip, police said. A 29-year-old male passenger in Collado’s car suffered serious injuries and was taken to the hospital in critical condition. Collado was taken into police custody before being transported to a hospital for treatment, police said. Once he’s released from the hospital, he will be charged with multiple crimes, including second-degree vehicular manslaughter, driving while intoxicated, reckless endangerment, and second-degree assault. Collado is expected to be arraigned when medically possible. Police did not immediately identify the victim killed in the crash....
    Videos show desperate Russian troops fleeing from their burning tanks and a group of soldiers being blown up by Ukrainian missiles during a disastrous assault on a town in eastern Ukraine that saw 300 soldiers reportedly killed or wounded. Footage shows Russian marines from the 155th Naval Infantry Brigade driving a burning T-80BVM tank, along a road in the largely destroyed town of Pavlivka, as flames and black smoke erupted from the vehicle following a Ukrainian strike. A group of Russian soldiers can be seen climbing on top of the tank and jumping down before they ran away from the burning wreck.  Another astonishing video shows dozens of Russian marines, packed closely together, running into a deserted house in the town. A few seconds later, Ukrainian missiles rained down on them in a deadly strike. Further footage shows Russian soldiers driving their tanks through minefields, with their vehicles erupting into flames one by one.  A number of Vladimir Putin's men can be seen lying dead in the ditches of the fields surrounding Pavlivka after they were shot by Ukrainian soldiers...
    A 63-year-old woman from South Jersey was killed when a deer leaped through her windshield, NJ Advance Media reports. Karen Juliano of Newfield died as the deer busted through her front and back windshields, police told the outlet.  Franklin Township police were called to Delsea Drive (Route 47) just north of Malaga Terrace at about 5:15 p.m. Sunday.  Click here for the complete story by NJ Advance Media. 
    A person standing on the train tracks in the Hudson Valley was hit and killed by a southbound Amtrak train. The incident took place in Dutchess County around 1;15 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 5 just south of Rhinecliff in New Hyde Park, said Jason Abrams, a spokesman for Amtrak. There have been no reported injuries to the 237 passengers or crew onboard, Abrams said. The identity of the person killed has not been released by officials at this time. The person's gender has also not been released. Amtrak is working with local law enforcement to investigate the incident.  According to the Federal Railroad Administration, trespassing along railroad rights-of-way is the leading cause of rail-related deaths in America, and railroad crossing incidents are the second leading cause of rail-related deaths in America. 
    A former teacher of Lewis' started a GoFundMe campaign to help her pay the restitution. The campaign saw overwhelming support and raised more than $560,000. According to a probation violation report, around 6:15 a.m. on Friday, an alarm was set off at the women's center after someone opened a door. Residential officers on duty reported seeing Lewis exit the building. The report also noted that Lewis cut off her GPS ankle monitor at some point that day. Lewis received seven other citations that totaled four hours and 16 minutes of unaccounted-for time in October. The report indicated that Lewis left work and failed to take a direct bus route home. In one instance when Lewis failed to report back to the facility at the expected time, she admitted to meeting up with someone she dated in high school. The report requested that Lewis' deferred judgments be revoked and her original sentence be imposed. As a result, Lewis could face up to 20 years in prison for violating her probation. After her escape, a warrant was issued for...
    A Bucks County man was killed in a hit-and-run accident late on Friday, Nov. 4,  according to a report by LevittownNow.com.  Cian McAuliffe, 45, of Levittown, was found dead along the 6900 block of Route 13 in Bristol Township just before 8:30 p.m., the outlet wrote.  A vehicle has been impounded in connection with the killing and a possible driver has been identified, but authorities have not filed charges, the website reported.  Click here for the full story from LevittownNow.com. 
    A 29-year-old police officer ambushed and killed while on his way to work as a police officer in Raleigh, NC has been buried in New Jersey — his home state. Services for Gabriel Torres, a Jackson native, were held at the Thiele-Reid Family Funeral Home, with internment at Holy Cross Cemetery in North Arlington. Torres and four other victims were killed, and two others wounded, by a 15-year-old shooter wearing camouflage clothing the evening of Thursday, Oct. 13 in Northeaster Raleigh, police said.  Torres was found by his wife, Jasmin, as her husband's colleague's worked to track down the suspect on a shooting rampage through the neighborhood, according to WRAL and police reports. "I tried to save you," Jasmin said at her husband's funeral. "I wish I could have saved you. I gave my all to try and save you. I'm sorry if I scared you." Torres was born in Queens, NY and raised in Jackson. He enlisted in the US Marines at 24 years old, and married his wife a year later. The two welcomed their daughter, Layla, in August 2020....
    CHILLING CCTV appears to show a sex worker accused of starting a house fire that killed an entire family, including a baby, taking photos of the inferno as the victims burned alive inside. Jenny Hayes, 46, was reportedly caught on camera starting the blaze that killed Abbey Forrest, 19, and India Sohel, 28, and their new-born baby Ivy in December 2020. 6CCTV appears to show accused killer Jenny Hayes setting the victims' house on fire 6She was then clocked taking photos of the blazing inferno as her victims slept inside 6New mum and dad Abbey Forrest and India Sohel and their newborn Ivy died when their home was set alight in December 2020Credit: Theage.com.au 6Jenny Hayes is accused of starting the fire that killed the young family at their Melbourne homeCredit: Facebook She's said to have also taken happy snaps of the inferno to share with pals while the family died in agony inside their Melbourne home. Hayes, a £100-an-hour sex worker, has pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of arson causing death. She pleaded not guilty to three murder...
    Police have released the identity of a man killed in an ATV crash. The incident took place in New Haven County around 9:45 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 4 in Waterbury. According to Lt. Ryan Bessette, of the Waterbury Police, Jose Albino-Mirabal, age 29, of Waterbury was driving an ATV in the area of 21 East Farms St., when he lost control of the vehicle and landed on his head in the roadway. Albino-Mirabal was transported to Waterbury Hospital where he was pronounced dead by hospital staff. The accident is under investigation by the Waterbury Police Department Crash Reconstruction Unit.  Anyone with information regarding the incident is asked to contact the CRU unit at (203) 346-3975.
    A 93-year-old man was struck and killed by a vehicle in East Orange, authorities said. Earnest Green was struck at the intersection of South Arlington Avenue and Central Avenue around 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5, Acting Essex County Prosecutor Theodore N. Stephens II and East Orange Police Chief Phyllis Bindi said. Green was taken to University Hospital, where he was pronounced dead at 12:31 a.m. Sunday. The driver of the vehicle remained on the scene. The investigation is active and ongoing. No arrests have been made. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Essex County Prosecutor's Office tips line at 1-877-TIPS-4EC or 1-877-847-7432. Calls will be kept confidential.
    Boston Police are investigating a string of shootings in the city where six people were either killed or injured in one night over the weekend.  The first shooting happened in the area of 10 Orlando Street in Mattapan around 9:10 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 7, police report. Responding officers found two victims suffering from gunshot wounds.  Both were taken to local hospitals for treatment where on male victim was pronounced dead. The other sustained life-threatening-injuries, police said.  Then, police responded to a second shooting at 92 Westview Street in Dorchester around 9:40 p.m. Upon arrival, officers found a man suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. He was taken to a local hospital with life-threatening injuries, police said. Both incidents are under investigation and anyone with information is asked to contact Boston Police at (617) 343-4470. Furthermore, police responded to a report of a person shot at 1 Rosa Street in Hyde Park around 9:45 p.m., police continued.  Upon arrival, officers found a man suffering from a gunshot wound. He was taken to a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, police said.  A few minutes...
    Russian marines have said their 'incompetent' generals are treating them as 'cannon fodder' after their unit suffered devastating losses, with 300 men reportedly killed or wounded in four days of heavy fighting in eastern Ukraine.  Marines from Russia's 155th Naval Infantry Brigade wrote a scathing letter to their regional governor, claiming they had lost 300 servicemen in a four day massacre in Pavlivka thanks to the catastrophic planning of Generals Rustam Muradov and Zurab Akhmedov. The soldiers claimed Russian commanders are 'hiding' the mayhem in the Donetsk region and are 'playing down the number of losses for fear of being held responsible'. The marines demanded in their letter that Vladimir Putin is personally told of the alleged massacre and sets up an independent military commission. The letter comes as footage appeared to show thousands of mobilised Russian soldiers staging an extraordinary mutiny against their general for sending them to the front line with a lack of supplies and equipment. Major-General Kirill Kulakov, 53, faced chants of 'get out of here', 'shame on you', and 'down with Putin's regime' as thousands of mobilised...
    RUSSIAN marines have slammed Putin for leading them into a "massacre" in a leaked letter. The fed-up troops have accused the tyrant of treating them like "meat" as they claim 300 men were killed in a four-day bloodbath. 5Russian marines have accused generals of using them as 'cannon fodder'Credit: East2West 5Putin has been slammed by fed-up troops in UkraineCredit: EPA Russian soldiers fighting in Pavlivka, Ukraine, have blasted their "incompetent" generals for using them as "cannon fodder" in a letter. They have demanded Putin be told personally of the reported massacre and an independent military commission set up to investigate. It comes amid growing reports of Russian forces staging mutinies in multiple locations over Putin's increasingly unpopular and costly war.  The troops of the 155th Marine Brigade wrote to their regional governor Oleg Kozhemyako in Primorsky - in the Russian Far East - in a bid to get their message to Putin. More on RussiaMAD VLAD Ukraine sends warning as Putin's task is to make people 'die, freeze, or flee'WAR MACHINE Moment Ukraine drone drops grenades on Russian soldier in warning...
    A HORROR weekend of gun violence in two US cities has left six dead and dozens of others injured. Four teens are among 37 wounded people in Chicago while 40 minutes of horror rang out in Boston, injuring another five. 1Chicago and Boston were both rocked by gun violence this weekend Three people were struck in Chicago's Gresham neighborhood on Sunday in a drive-by shooting, including two youngsters. A 15-year-old boy is in good condition and a 17-year-old boy is in critical condition. Police said a third person, was also taken to the hospital, in critical condition. A 16-year-old boy was also seriously injured in a shooting in West Garfield Park just before 11.30am on Sunday. Police are still yet to establish a motive for the incident as the teen recovers in hospital. the teen is in the hospital recovering. Police are still working to figure out what led to the shooting. More to follow...For the latest news on this story, keep checking back at Sun Online. The-sun.com is your go-to destination for the best celebrity...
    New York's gay community appears to the target of a gang that lures its victims at nightlife hotspots before drugging and robbing them, often by using their own cellphones to drain their accounts.  Two gay men have so far been killed in eerily similar circumstances just five weeks apart, but more than a dozen are believed to have been targeted so far. Both John Umberger, 33, a Washington, DC, political consultant who disappeared in May and Julio Ramirez, 25, who vanished in April had been out enjoying a night out on the city's gay scene before ending up dead the following day. The men's cellphones were both missing at the time their bodies were found and their bank accounts containing tens of thousands of dollars had been emptied. John Umberger, 33, a Washington, DC political consultant was killed after leaving a New York City gay bar in May Julio Ramirez, 25, a Brooklyn social worker, was killed after leaving a New York City gay bar in April Detectives are believed to have identified suspects but no arrests or charges have...
    An Army veteran who did time for killing a commanding officer has been arrested for the 1974 slaying of two teenage boys.  On Friday, officials with the Washington County Sheriff's Office announced that Steven Paul Criss, 65, had been arrested after more than 48 years.  Donny Bartron, 18, and Pete Zito, 16, were shot and killed execution style outside of a Beaverton, Oregon, recreation center on October 3, 1974.  'Both teens had been shot multiple times in the head with a .22 caliber gun,' said detective Mark Povolny.  Steven Paul Criss, 65, has been arrested and charged in the murders of two teens in 1974 Peter Zito Jr. was allegedly shot by Criss on October 3, 1974 Donny Bartron worked with Criss at the Black Angus restaurant in Hillsboro, Oregon at the time of his murder  The Oregon law enforcement agency had shared Thursday that they would be holding the live-streamed press conference.  Officials did not share many details, other than that they would 'provide an update' on the case.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next ...
    Police are investigating a midday crash that left a Long Island resident dead. It happened around 1:25 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 6 in West Hills. The victim was operating a 2017 Harley-Davidson motorcycle southbound on Round Swamp Road when it crossed over the double-yellow lines into the northbound lanes and collided with 2016 Chevrolet Traverse being driven by a 67-year-old Huntington woman, Suffolk County Police said. Nassau County resident Michael Bonsera, 48, of East Norwich, was transported via ambulance to Northwell Health Plainview Hospital where he was pronounced dead. Cammarata, 67, of Huntington, was transported to Huntington Hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries, police said. Anyone with information on this crash is asked to call the Second Squad at 631-854-8252.
    The man accused of shooting a 26-year-old victim dead last weekend in Fairfax County has surrendered, authorities said. Phil Asare Darkwah, who had been wanted in the Sunday, Oct. 30 killing of Ahmed Hemoh, turned himself in on charges of second degree murder and weapons offenses, Fairfax County police said. Darkwah, 28, and two other men were seen running from a third-floor apartment in the 5500 block of Seminary Road in Bailey’s Crossroad after a 911 caller reported Hemoh had been shot, police said. The complex was placed under a brief shelter in place as authorities canvassed the crime scene and collected evidence. Surveillance footage helped police identify the three men, and Darkwah as the shooter. The circumstances that led to the shooting remain unclear. Detectives do not believe it was a random act of violence. A GoFundMe campaign for the family had raised more than $3,000 as of Sunday, Nov. 6.
    A 22-year-old Billerica man has died in a weekend motorcycle crash in Burlington, authorities said. The man was killed in the crash at the intersection of Middlesex Turnpike and Blue Sky Drive around 12:50 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 6, Burlington Police report. His identity has yet to be released. The driver of another vehicle involved, a 29-year-old Florida woman, was taken to an area hospital as a precaution. Police did not specify her injuries.  The crash is under investigation. 
    Police have identified the 29-year-old Harrisburg man killed during an argument in Shippensburg this weekend. Milton D. Washington and the gunman got into an argument at the intersection of N. Queen Street and Coover Avenue around 2 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 6, Pennsylvania State Police said in a news release. The argument escalated and Washington was shot dead. The shooter stayed at the scene until police arrived. Witnesses are urged two contact PSP Carlisle at 717-249-2121. 
    Police are investigating an overnight crash on Long Island that left an 18-year-old dead and two others critically injured. State Police received multiple calls of the crash on the Southern State Parkway eastbound just west of exit 32 in the town of Oyster Bay at around 9 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5. A preliminary investigation revealed that a 2018 Subaru, driven by a 27-year-old man from Laurelton, Queens, was traveling eastbound in the center lane and a 2004 Honda Civic, driven by Ciara Hare, age 18, of Lindenhurst, New York State Police said. The Subaru moved from the center lane into the right lane, striking the side of the Honda, causing both vehicles onto the right shoulder, according to police.  The Subaru spun sideways and flipped on the driver's side, coming to rest against the brush and trees, said police. The Honda struck an electric box and continued on and struck a traffic camera pole, according to police. Hare was pronounced dead at the scene and the two passengers in her vehicle were both transported to Nassau University Medical Center...
    Five people were killed Sunday morning in a fiery crash near Mugu Rock on Pacific Coast Highway in Ventura County that shuttered the roadway for hours. The two-vehicle crash occurred before 4:30 a.m. just north of Mugu Rock, according to Ventura County Fire Capt. Brian McGrath. Firefighters arrived to find both vehicles on fire. All five people inside them had died, McGrath said. The cause of the crash is still under investigation. As of 9:15 a.m., the roadway was still closed in both directions and there was no estimate for when it might reopen, the California Highway Patrol said. Cars were being redirected to use U.S. 101 as an alternate route.
    One person was killed in an overnight crash on a busy Connecticut roadway. It happened around 10:05 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 15 on southbound I-91 in Middletown. A 2015 Volvo was traveling south of the Exit 21 on-ramp in the center lane of three lanes and a Ford F-350 was traveling adjacent to the Volvo, in the right lane, Connecticut State Police said. For an unknown reason, the driver of the F-350, a 51-year-old New York City man, lost control of the vehicle, it veered into the center lane, and collided with the right side of the Volvo, which was being operated by Rami Ghanem, age 47, of Cordova, Tennessee, according to police.  The F-350 then veered into the right lane, crossed into the right shoulder, and exited the right shoulder where it went down a grassy embankment, and came to an uncontrolled final rest at the bottom of the grassy embankment. police said. The operator of the F-350, Petrit Marku, age 51, of the Bronx, was transported to Middlesex Hospital where he was pronounced dead, police said.  After the collision, the Volvo veered into the left lane, crossed...
    It only took a few hours after Russia’s Vladimir Putin hailed his mobilization as a sparkling success Friday for a torrent of humiliating reports to emerge that suggest the war effort has been more successful in turning the country against him than defeating mythical Nazis in Ukraine. The most staggering contradiction to the Russian president’s boastful claims came perhaps in Kazan, where dozens of drafted troops were captured on video late Friday berating military leadership outside a collection point for the newly mobilized. The angry crowd complained of a lack of water, food, and “rusty” rifles from the 1970s that one soldier said were too “dangerous” to even use, according to local outlets. Spectacularly, the troops were not cowed by a military officer who threatened to call in riot police. “What kind of riot police are you trying to scare us with? We’ll call everyone we know right now, and they’ll come and we’ll pummel all of you and the riot police,” one protesting soldier yelled back. The officer was forced to retreat as the crowd of rioting troops...
    The driver of a Toyota Camry that struck the back of a disabled tractor-trailer on I-95 in Maryland has died, state police announced. In Prince George’s County, a motorist - whose name or age has not been released - was traveling on I-95 near Route 212 in Beltsville at approximately 8 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 5 when the Toyota struck the back of a tractor-trailer, according to investigators. Police investigators said that the identification of the driver is being held pending the next of kin notification. Troopers and paramedics pronounced the driver dead at the scene. The body has been transported to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Baltimore for autopsy. The driver of the tractor-trailer was identified as North Carolina resident Nico McClure, 27. he was uninjured and refused medical treatment at the scene. Troopers from the College Park Barrack and Forestville Barrack responded to the scene along with personnel from the Maryland State Police Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division. The fatal crash led to a temporary closure of several lanes of I-95 on Saturday morning as state...
    An Australian freedom fighter dubbed 'the Ninja' has been killed fighting Russian forces in Ukraine.  Trevor Kjeldal, 40, from Brisbane, was reportedly killed in action in the Donbas region of Ukraine this week.  Mr Kjeldal, who was described as 'a very treasured and loved member' of his family, is believed to have arrived in Ukraine earlier this year. Social media posts suggest he had been wounded in action in July - suffering near-fatal gunshot wounds - before bravely returning to the frontlines in September. Trevor Kjeldal, 40, from Brisbane, was reportedly killed in action in the Donbas region of Ukraine this week He was dubbed 'the Ninja' on social media, after causing a stir during his time on the frontlines When he was injured, he suffered shrapnel wounds to the head. However, he said he had no plans to return to Australia and wanted to remain in Ukraine until the war is over. 'I've beat the odds once, so let's just see if I can do it again,' Mr Kjedal said at the time. Mr Kjedal is believed to have been...
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    A North Carolina Republican candidate is calling for his Democratic rival to apologize for a campaign ad that was released on the same day his parents' home was shot at while his kids slept inside.  Former Green Beret, Pat Harrigan, 35, who's running for an open seat in the state's left-leaning 14th Congressional District, claims that the ad features his lake house, which is near his parents' house that was shot at on October 18.  A single bullet shattered a window in the room directly below where his children, ages three and five, were sleeping. No one was injured, but the children have been relocated out-of-state for their safety.  Harrigan, who is running against Democratic state Sen. Jeff Jackson, appeared on Fox News on Friday and called on his opponent to 'condemn the violence and apologize for his lies.' 'He is willing to trade my security and my family's security to score political points and it's reprehensible,' he said.  Jackson has since issued a statement on Twitter condemning the violence. Former Green Beret Pat Harrigan, 35, is calling for his...