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    By Bay City News Service PETALUMA — A 28-year-old Petaluma man was arrested early Friday morning after what police say was the negligent discharge of a firearm inside his residence. No one was injured, and no one else was inside the man’s residence, located in the 2100 block of Willow Drive. Just before 6 a.m., police officers were dispatched to Willow Drive to investigate suspicious circumstances following a 911 call from a person at a separate location received a call from the arrested suspect, Tyler Elliott, who told them he had shot someone inside his residence. Officers arrived on scene but did not notice any signs of a disturbance. including any suspicious individuals in the neighborhood. Moments later, police dispatchers received a call from Elliott, who was then ordered to come outside. Officers located an assault rifle inside the residence and discovered a shattered glass door. The door appeared to have been shot at from inside the residence, causing it to shatter. After speaking with Elliott, officers determined there was not any evidence that suggested an intruder was inside or...
    A multi-agency investigation into the distribution of methamphetamine, cocaine, and heroin/fentanyl in Burlington, Monmouth, and Ocean counties led to the arrest of a pair of New Jersey residents.  The cooperative investigation identified a residence in Bordentown, as well as a residence in Cream Ridge occupied by Sanine Brosseau, 44, as being utilized by Shaun Crawford, 36, of Trenton, to store and distribute illegal narcotics, according to Ocean County Prosecutor Bradley D. Billhimer. Law enforcement maintained surveillance on Crawford when he exited the Cream Ridge residence and left the area in a motor vehicle. Crawford was observed traveling to the Manchester Township area, where he was ultimately detained and taken into custody without incident, according to the prosecutor. Detectives subsequently executed court-authorized search warrants on both the Bordentown and Cream Ridge residences. Law enforcement seized – in combination from both residences - approximately nine ounces of methamphetamine, 6,550 wax folds of heroin, six ounces of cocaine and crack cocaine, two handguns, and $3,000 cash. Brosseau was taken into custody at the Cream Ridge residence. Both were charged with multiple drug offenses. They were being held in Ocean County Jail.
    THE FATHER is a little boy has been arrested after his five-year-old son was found unconscious in a bathtub covered in vomit and blood. Officers were called to 32-year-old Darwin Reyes's residence in East Hollywood on July 25 at 2:20pm after he claimed he found his son, Mason Reyes not breathing in a bathtub. 1Little Mason Reyes, 5, was found unconscious in a bathtub covered in blood and vomit at the family residence "Upon the officers' arrival, they observed vomit and blood in the bedroom and in the bathroom of the residence," Los Angeles Police Department said in a news release yesterday. "Upon entering the bathroom, officers saw the victim in the bathtub unconscious and not breathing. Officers attempted to render aid to the victim and requested paramedics." Los Angeles Fire Department paramedics transported little Mason to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead. The Juvenile Division-Abused Child Section's initial investigation disclosed Mason's dad was the suspect.  Most read in News'DEVASTATED' Mum's tribute to 'wonderful boy' after Brit, 22, killed by helicopter bladesMEMORY LIVES ON 'Murdered' teen's loved ones believe she's...
    A Hudson Valley man has been charged with assault after a woman was found suffering from a stab wound to the chest. The incident took place in Orange County around 2 a.m., on Saturday, July 16 in the town of Wallkill. Officers responded to a home at 4 Avoncroft Lane for an assault call. Upon arrival, Officer Joseph Levy discovered a 43-year-old Wallkill woman with a stab wound to her chest, said the town of Wallkill Police. The woman was transported to Garnet Health Medical Center for treatment. An investigation by Officer Justin Farrenkopf led to the arrest of Johnathan Harris, age 40, of Wallkill, police said. Harris was charged with: Assault Burglary Criminal contempt Criminal mischief Criminal possession of a weapon DWI He was remanded to the Orange County Jail on a $50,000 cash/$100,000 bond until he appears in court on Wednesday, July 20. 
    An Atlantic City police officer rescued a man who was drowning, authorities said. The visitor from Dubai had fallen off a dock, they said. On Tuesday, July 12, at 12:52 p.m., Officers Rebecca Seabrook and John Bell responded to a residence in the first block of North Trenton Avenue for a report of a male in distress and drowning in the bay.  Officers arrived and located the victim, a 43-year-old man, floating and resting against the pilings of a dock in the rear of the residence.  The victim was unresponsive and in and out of consciousness, police said. Officer Seabrook, who is certified in water rescue, entered the water to rescue the man. Officer Seabrook swam towards the man and pulled him to a nearby boat that was docked at a neighboring residence. Emergency Medical Personnel were on scene and assisted in pulling the man onto the boat. The man regained consciousness and was treated at the scene before being transported to AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center, City Division, for further treatment and observations.  The man was listed in good condition...
    TURLOCK (CBS13) — A Turlock man was arrested for attempted homicide after he allegedly stabbed another person during a fight, authorities said Tuesday. Kenneth James Shipman, 39, was booked into the Stanislaus County Jail and is being held on $500,000 bail. READ MORE: Getting Answers: Are California's New Gun Laws Constitutional? UC Davis Law Professor Breaks It DownThe Turlock Police Department said the fight was first reported just before 1 p.m. on Monday from Castor Street. When officers arrived at the area, the victim was able to flag them down and provide them with the suspect’s name and the general area where he lived. The victim also stated the stabbing followed a disagreement between the two men. READ MORE: Auburn Police Aim To Respond To 911 Calls Quicker With New TechnologyTurlock police said they briefly spotted Shipman along West Main Street. He was able to evade being captured, forcing authorities to set up a perimeter in the area as they searched for the suspect. Officers eventually learned Shipman had fled his residence in the area and was hiding at a...
    A 38-year-old suspected Maryland arsonist was in custody after setting a fire in a Wicomico County home amid a domestic dispute with multiple children inside the home, state officials announced. Anthony McNeese is facing a host of charges for allegedly setting the fire inside a Bethel Street home in Salisbury on Sunday, July 10, according to the Office of the State Fire Marshal. First responders from the Salisbury Fire Department were dispatched to the two-story home at approximately 11:45 p.m. on Sunday night, where a crew of four firefighters took less than five minutes to control a small fire that was reported in a closet inside a bedroom of the residence. The investigation into the fire determined that McNeese allegedly intentionally set the fire during a domestic disagreement that took place earlier in the evening. At the time of the fire, officials said that the home was occupied by Shanna Farrare and her three children. The fire marshal noted that the residence was not equipped with a fire alarm or a sprinkler system, however, it did have working smoke...
    A 38-year-old arson suspect is in custody in Maryland after allegedly intentionally setting a fire in a Wicomico County residence amid a domestic dispute with multiple children inside the home, state officials announced. Anthony McNeese is facing a host of charges for allegedly setting the fire inside a Bethel Street home in Salisbury on Sunday, July 10, according to the Office of the State Fire Marshal. First responders from the Salisbury Fire Department were dispatched to the two-story home at approximately 11:45 p.m. on Sunday night, where a crew of four firefighters took less than five minutes to control a small fire that was reported in a closet inside a bedroom of the residence. The investigation into the fire determined that McNeese allegedly intentionally set the fire during a domestic disagreement that took place earlier in the evening. At the time of the fire, officials said that the home was occupied by Shanna Farrare and her three children. The fire marshal noted that the residence was not equipped with a fire alarm or a sprinkler system, however, it did...
    Detectives are offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the identification and arrest of a man allegedly involved in a "grandparent scam" that targeted elderly people in Montgomery County, authorities say. The suspect pictured allegedly ran a scam and contacted multiple elderly people claiming to be a child or grandchild who had been arrested and needed bail money from Tuesday, May 31 to Friday, June 3, according to Montgomery County Police. On Tuesday, May 31, an 84-year-old victim was contacted and told to withdraw the alleged bail money and that a "courier" would be stopping by to collect the funds at her residence in the 17000 block of Chiswell Road. The suspect pictured then came to the residence to pick up the money, to which the victim handed over. The suspect then drove off in a dark colored four-door sedan. On Wednesday, June 1, a 78-year-old victim residing in the 7500 block of Hampden Lane was contacted by his alleged daughter who also claimed to be in jail and needed bail money. The victim gathered the money and gave...
    An alleged drug distributor in Maryland with a lengthy rap sheet is facing a host of new charges after being busted by police investigators selling crack cocaine, officials announced. Wicomico County resident Khadel Monte Gregory, 23, of Salisbury, was arrested following a lengthy investigation into reported sales of controlled dangerous substances (CDS) from an Airport Road residence that spread throughout the region. The Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office Community Action Team (CAT) launched an investigation into Gregory and his operation in June, where there were reports of him selling CDS from the residence. The CAT obtained a search and seizure warrant for the residence during the investigation, according to the sheriff's office, which led to the seizure of: 10.12 grams of crack cocaine; A black Polymer-80 9mm handgun; Ammunition; Digital scale; Packaging material; CDS manufacturing equipment. All of the seized items were located in Gregory’s room, investigators noted. They added that Gregory is prohibited from possessing a firearm due to his previous criminal convictions. Gregory was arrested on an outstanding warrant, the sheriff's office announced on Thursday, July...
    Police in Connecticut are asking for witnesses to a fatal shooting that left a 22-year-old woman dead and a man injured to step forward and help detectives identify the suspects. It happened in Hartford at 29 Shultas Place, around 2:15 a.m., Monday, July 4, during a large street party.  Police officers responded to the home on a report of a person shot. Upon arrival, officers located Jayla Heaven, of Hartford, unresponsive, said Lt. Aaron Boisvert of the Hartford Police. Heaven was transported to an area hospital where she was pronounced dead, Boisvert said. A second victim, a man in his 20s, arrived privately at an area hospital, suffering from a non-life-threatening gunshot wound, he added. At the time of the shooting, there was a large party occurring at the location and police believe there are dozens of witnesses, Boisvert said. The investigation remains active and ongoing. Anyone with any information regarding the case is asked to call the HPD Tip Line at 860-722-TIPS (8477).
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A Baltimore man has pleaded guilty to setting fire to a house while his ex-girlfriend and her roommates were inside of it, according to authorities. Federal officials announced on Friday that Luther Trent, 21, pleaded guilty on Thursday to malicious destruction of property by fire. READ MORE: Maryland Law Expanding Who Can Perform Abortion Takes EffectTrent allegedly poured gasoline along the exterior of a Baltimore residence around 1:30 a.m. on May 21, 2021, and set it on fire while his ex-girlfriend and two roommates were inside of the home, federal officials said. Luther Trent pleads guilty to arson charge, admits setting a house on fire while his ex-girlfriend & her roommates were inside. All escaped safely. He stated, “If I can’t have her, nobody can.” ATF @MarylandOSFM @BaltimorePolice @BaltimoreFire investigated https://t.co/gf1K6fBcAT pic.twitter.com/vcoJ8eiQn1 — ATF Baltimore (@ATFBaltimore) July 1, 2022 The fire caused significant damage to the residence and the property next to it, according to  Department of Justice officials, The ex-girlfriend had been involved “in a prior volatile relationship with Trent,” federal officials said.  She had...
    A quick-thinking Wicomico County resident may have helped save a neighbor’s home after a large fire broke out in Maryland, causing upwards of $125,000 in damage to the structure, the Office of the State Fire Marshal said. The owner of an Elm Street home in Hebron was doing work in his backyard with lawn equipment of power tools shortly before 3 p.m. on Tuesday, June 28, when he was alerted by a neighbor of a fire that broke out in a first-floor dining room, according to officials. More than two dozen firefighters from the Hebron Volunteer Fire Department responded to the two-story, single-family residence, where they located the flames on the first floor and worked for approximately 45 minutes to get the blaze under control, investigators said. It is estimated that the fire caused more than $75,000 in damage to the structure of the home and destroyed approximately $50,000 in damage to the contents inside the residence. The cause of the fire remains under investigation. Anyone with information regarding the incident has been asked to contact the fire marshal’s...
    Police investigators in Maryland are investigating a home burglary and vandalism incident that led to more than $30,000 in damages and stolen property, the Charles County Sheriff’s Office announced. A homeowner in the 10900 block of Sam's Place in Waldorf returned home at approximately 1:30 p.m. on Monday, June 27 to find that it had been broken into and ransacked. Upon arrival, officers were advised that when the victim returned home, his residence had been broken into and vandalized, according to Janelle Love of the Charles County Sheriff's Media Relations Office. Walls, furniture, cabinets, fixtures, and personal items were destroyed and covered in paint, investigators said, with two video game systems and other items were stolen. The approximate loss in stolen items and damage to the residence topped $30,000, they noted. Anyone with information regarding the incident has been asked to contact Charles County Sheriff’s Officer M. Thomson by calling (301) 609-3282 ext. 0698. Tips can also be sent to Crime Stoppers at 1-866-441-TIPS.
    Police investigators in Maryland are investigating a home burglary and vandalism incident that led to more than $30,000 in damages and stolen property, the Charles County Sheriff’s Office announced. A homeowner in the 10900 block of Sam's Place in Waldorf returned home at approximately 1:30 p.m. on Monday, June 27 to find that it had been broken into and ransacked. Upon arrival, officers were advised that when the victim returned home, his residence had been broken into and vandalized, according to Janelle Love of the Charles County Sheriff's Media Relations Office. Walls, furniture, cabinets, fixtures, and personal items were destroyed and covered in paint, investigators said, with two video game systems and other items were stolen. The approximate loss in stolen items and damage to the residence topped $30,000, they noted. Anyone with information regarding the incident has been asked to contact Charles County Sheriff’s Officer M. Thomson by calling (301) 609-3282 ext. 0698. Tips can also be sent to Crime Stoppers at 1-866-441-TIPS.
    A 47-year-old man from Ocean County has pleaded guilty to selling cocaine, authorities said. Andrew Contaldi of Brick Township entered his guilty plea on Thursday, June 23, according to Ocean County Prosecutor Bradley D. Billhimer.  In Operation Checkmate, “The Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office Narcotics Strike Force managed and directed three simultaneous multi-agency investigations into high level cocaine distribution in Ocean, Monmouth, and Middlesex Counties, as well as New York City," Billhimer said. During the course of these investigations, approximately 50 additional law enforcement personnel were assigned to the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office Narcotics Strike Force on a full-time basis.  The three cocaine networks were responsible for the import of more than three kilograms of cocaine per week into the Ocean, Monmouth, and Middlesex County areas, the prosecutor said.   On Oct. 26, 2021, “Operation Checkmate” closed with the apprehension of 24 individuals for various offenses involving the distribution of drugs. Additionally, 24 search warrants were executed resulting in the seizure of more than four kilograms of cocaine, over 15 pounds of marijuana, in excess of $650,000 cash, seven firearms and 10 vehicles, according to Billhimer. Detectives executed...
    A 75-year-old man has been allegedly slaughtered by his roommate who moved in hours before violently slashing the victim to death with a machete, police say. Juan Ortiz, 33, was discovered "attempting to conceal the body" of his elderly roommate Juan Nunez, a Florida resident, by cops on Monday. 3Juan Nunez, 75, was found dead in the backyard of his residence with his new roommateCredit: Brevard County Sheriff's Office 3Juan Ortiz, 33, is being accused of violently murdering Nunez with a macheteCredit: Brevard County Sheriff's Office 3Investigators determined that Ortiz was attempting to hide the evidence when deputies arrived on the sceneCredit: WESH 2 The Brevard County Sheriff's Office responded to a call Monday after a resident reportedly told officials that a man stated he had killed someone. Deputies arrived at Nunez's residence to find Ortiz and the deceased victim in Nunez's backyard. Investigators have determined that Ortiz moved into Nunez's residence on Sunday, the sheriff's office said in a media release. In the morning hours of the next day, Ortiz used a machete to strike the victim multiple times...
    (CNN)Hours after the apparent accidental death of a toddler who had been left in a car, the child's father took his own life, authorities in Virginia said Tuesday.Chesterfield County police received a call at 11:30 a.m. ET on Tuesday indicating that an 18-month-old boy had been left in an unattended vehicle for several hours, the department said in a statement. Police then received additional information indicating the child's father was at his residence in Midlothian, Virginia, making "suicide statements."When they arrived, police found the child's body inside the home "and the adult male dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound in the woods behind the residence," the statement said. The investigation indicates the "father accidentally left the child in the vehicle for several hours," the statement said.Read More5-year-old boy died after being left in a car for hours while his mother prepared for a birthday party, report says"When the father discovered the child deceased in the vehicle, he returned home and took the child inside the residence. He then exited the residence and shot himself," the statement said. Police did...
    JERUSALEM (AP) — There’s no plaque on the gate of the U.S. ambassador’s new residence in Jerusalem, no Stars and Stripes visible, no official listing as a notable overseas property. The official residence of the American envoy is a rental and temporary, officials said, secured after two years of house-hunting in the wake of then-President Donald Trump’s controversial decision to move the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Ambassador Tom Nides moved into the sleekly renovated villa in west Jerusalem’s leafy German Colony sometime last spring. Local real estate agents estimate its value at around $23 million, and its owner and the embassy confirmed it is being leased as the U.S. envoy’s official residence. Emek Refaim Street is the latest stop for the American ambassador’s home on a more than three-year migration from the seaside cliffs north of Tel Aviv to tension-filled Jerusalem. The journey reflects the Trump administration’s divisive legacy and the reluctance of President Joe Biden — who will visit the region next month — to roil relations with Israel over the issue. Trump upended decades of...
    (CBS DETROIT) — Eastern Michigan University is overhauling its on-campus student housing and investing $200 million. Under the university’s “Welcome Home 2025 Plan,” every residence hall on campus will be renovated, excluding Wise Hall, which was renovated in 2017. READ MORE: Man Shot, Wounded During Confrontation With Albion PoliceEMU says the new halls include state-of-the-art Wi-Fi capabilities, air conditioning and room layouts that meet the needs of students, who have played a significant role in the design process. #EMU finalizes an agreement to bring $200 million in new construction and renovations for a transformational overhaul of student campus housing. #TRUEMU https://t.co/BaWiTnNyfF — EMU News (@emunews) June 22, 2022 Officials say the 400-bed apartment-style Lakeview residence hall will be located next to the student center. Another new residence hall will be located on the west side of campus near the Athletics complex, and the new Westview facility, featuring about 300 beds, will replace current apartments that will be demolished. READ MORE: Gas Prices Sting US Workers Who Depend On Their Cars“Under our ‘Welcome Home 2025 plan, every residence hall that...
    Police are investigating after shots were fired at a Long Island home twice in a four-day span. The latest incident in Riverhead happened around 2 a.m. Saturday, June 18. The Riverhead Police Department was called to respond to a residence located on Wilson Avenue, for a report of a disturbance involving multiple gunshots at the location.  Upon the arrival of Patrol Division units, it was discovered that multiple gunshots struck the residence. No injuries were reported.  Initial interviews of witnesses revealed that a vehicle of an unknown make, model or registration, stopped in front of the home, and occupants of the vehicle began to fire gunshots at the residence, police said. During the course of the  Riverhead PD Detective Division investigation, it was also learned that an additional incident involving gunshots being fired at the same residence also occurred on Wednesday, June 15, but was not reported to police at the time of occurrence.  No injuries were reported in the prior incident as well, but there was also reported damage to the residence and to a vehicle parked at the...
    A mobile home in Maryland suffered extensive damage when an overnight fire broke out, officials announced on Monday, June 13. In Washington County, first responders were dispatched to a Big Pool Road residence in Washington County shortly before 1 a.m. on Thursday, June 9, the Maryland State Fire Marshal said. According to officials, 26 firefighters - mostly from the Clear Spring Volunteer Fire Company - responded to the scene and were able to quickly knock down the flames on the front porch of the residence after being alerted to the blaze by the homeowner. The Fire Marshal said that the structure suffered approximately $2,000 in damage, which was limited to the exterior of the mobile home. It is unclear what caused the fire, which remains under investigation. It is not believed to be suspicious in nature.
    A man was shot by a responding officer after an hours-long standoff in the region, according to New York State Police. The shooting happened in Saratoga County at around 7 a.m. Sunday, June 12 in the town of Ballston, about 12 hours after troopers initially responded to a Ballston Lake residence early Saturday night, June 11, after a male subject was reported to have discharged a shotgun in a field near a residence and subsequently made suicidal statements to an occupant of the residence. Troopers located the suspect outside his residence a short time later, and the subject immediately fled inside, state police said.  Troopers attempted to communicate a peaceful surrender with the 27-year-old through the overnight hours with the assistance of State Police Crisis Negotiators, but attempts were unsuccessful, police said. Shortly before 7 a.m. Sunday, members of the Special Operation Response Team approached the residence and attempted to direct the man to surrender, said police.  He then exited the residence brandishing a shotgun, said police.  He was directed by state police to drop the gun, and after disregarding...
    A probable tornado touched down in South Jersey early Thursday, June 9, according to the National Weather Service. Trees fell on several homes in Camden County due to strong winds, authorities said. At approximately 5;17 a.m., Gloucester Township police received several 9-1-1 calls by residents that were reporting storm damage to their homes.  One resident reported a large tree had fallen over and went through the roof of their residence.  Officers arrived and found approximately five residences in the Deer Park Development, located in the Sicklerville section of Gloucester Township, had storm-related damage. Officers also observed numerous trees knocked down onto several parked vehicles and some were blocking the roadway. Local police along with firefighters from Lambs Terrace & Pine Hill Fire Departments went door-to-door to check on the residents and it was determined that there were no injuries.  Damage to residences included several trees knocked down onto the roofs, as well as one residence, where a tree fell through the roof and into the living room area of the home, police said. Electric power to the development had...
    A possible tornado touched down in South Jersey early Thursday, June 9, according to the National Weather Service. Trees fell on several homes in Camden County due to strong winds, authorities said. At approximately 5;17 a.m., Gloucester Township police received several 9-1-1 calls by residents that were reporting storm damage to their homes.  One resident reported a large tree had fallen over and went through the roof of their residence.  Officers arrived and found approximately five residences in the Deer Park Development, located in the Sicklerville section of Gloucester Township, had storm-related damage. Officers also observed numerous trees knocked down onto several parked vehicles and some were blocking the roadway. Local police along with firefighters from Lambs Terrace & Pine Hill Fire Departments went door-to-door to check on the residents and it was determined that there were no injuries.  Damage to residences included several trees knocked down onto the roofs, as well as one residence, where a tree fell through the roof and into the living room area of the home, police said. Electric power to the development had...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- A three-year-old girl was wounded while inside a residence after shots were fired outside in the Longwood Manor neighborhood Monday morning, Chicago police said.The girl was inside a home in the 9800-block of South Throop Street at about 2:30 a.m. when police said two male suspects began firing into the residence.Police said the girl suffered a graze wound to the buttocks and was transported to Comer Children's Hospital in good condition.No one is in custody. Area Two detectives are investigating.
    New Jersey State Police have arrested a Virginia man wanted in a fatal shooting, authorities said. The 27-year-old man was arrested in Middlesex County, they said.  Gerard Roane, of Richmond, VA, was wanted for allegedly shooting and killing a man in Richmond on May 16, State Police said. During the investigation, State Police detectives were contacted by the Richmond Police Department to assist with locating Roane. Through various investigative means, detectives determined that Roane was staying at a residence in Edison, NJ. On May 24, detectives from the New Jersey State Police Fugitive Unit and members of the United States Marshals Service NY/NJ Task Force-Newark Division located and arrested Roane outside the residence without incident. Gerard Roane was being held in the Middlesex County Jail pending extradition back to Virginia.
    Share this: “Heidi Lau’s Spirit Vessels,” a look at the first artist-in-residence at Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, was recently released as part of Art21’s award-winning digital film series, “New York Close up.” The short film gives an interesting look into the life of Lau, many of whose works, under the title “Gardens as Cosmic Terrains,” are being exhibited in the catacombs of Green-Wood. She grew up in Macau, an enclave on the coast of China that was under Portuguese rule until 1999.  Lau, a sculptor, works mainly in clay. Her ceramic sculptures, usually in blue and white, are evocative of traditional funeral objects such as urns. 
    MADRID (AP) — A court in Spain on Thursday dismissed Colombian singer Shakira’s appeal in a tax fraud case, paving the way for a trial after a judge previously concluded there was enough evidence to suggest the pop star may have avoided her fiscal obligations to the state. The case first made headlines in December 2018 after Spanish prosecutors charged the singer with failing to pay 14.5 million euros ($15.5 million) in taxes on income earned between 2012 and 2014. Shakira, 45, denied any wrongdoing when she testified in June 2019. At the heart of the legal wrangling is the question of the singer’s residence: Prosecutors allege she lived mostly in Spain despite having an official residence in the Bahamas. In its decision issued Thursday, the Spanish court said the evidence suggests Shakira was “a habitual resident in Spain,” adding that documentation failed to substantiate her residence for tax purposes in another country. The court upheld a July ruling in which Spanish Judge Marco Juberías wrote that his three-year probe found there existed “sufficient evidence of...
    A 20-year-old man from Monmouth County has been arrested in connection with a fight involving a machete and beach chair. Julian Ogle, age 20 of Wall was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and several other weapons offenses, Jackson police said. On Wednesday, May 11, at approximately 5:15 pm, Jackson police officers were dispatched to East Pleasant Grove Road on the report of a group of subjects engaged in a fight in the street in front of a residence. While en route to the location, Police Officer Travis Ceppaluni was flagged down on Frank Applegate Road by a vehicle containing several occupants who had been involved in the incident. A male in the vehicle had sustained a severe head laceration which was reportedly caused by another subject at the location striking him in the head with a machete, police said. The victim and the other occupants in the vehicle identified the suspect by name and all alleged that he had used the machete to attack the victim. The victim was treated by First Aid at the scene...
    A man is in custody after two women were found stabbed inside a Long Island residence. Officers responded  to a disturbance in North Lawrence, on Caryl Drive, at around 5:15 a.m. on Friday, May 13, Nassau County Police said. Officers located the two female victims, ages 18 and 48, who had sustained multiple stab wounds, according to police.  They then began to engage in life-saving techniques to the two victims and they were transported by Nassau County Police Ambulances to a nearby hospital for assessment and treatment, said police.  Rodolfo Novello, age 53, was found walking down Mott Avenue by officers a short time later and placed under arrest without further incident.  Both victims are currently in stable condition. Novello has been charged with: Two counts of second-degree attempted murder, Two counts of first-degree assault, Criminal possession of a weapon.  He will be arraigned when medically practical. 
    DUNN COUNTY, Wis. (WCCO) — Despite a rescue attempt, one person has died in a western Wisconsin house fire. According to the Dunn County Sheriff’s Office, the fire was reported just before 2 a.m. Wednesday at a residence on 370th Street in the Township of Dunn. When emergency responders arrived, the single-story house was a “fully involved structure fire” and it was quickly learned that there was a person trapped inside, officials said. Another person was able to get out of the residence before the fire department’s arrival. Menomonie Fire Department crews were able to locate the victim inside, take them out of the fire, and perform life-saving measures. However, the victim died at the scene. The cause and origin of the fire is under investigation.
    A 20-year-old Berkeley resident has been charged with murder following the fatal shooting of another man at the residence, authorities said Friday. Devin Carrihill fatally shot Sacory Knight, 22, on Tuesday at the residence in the 1100 block of Channing Way, then tried to stage the scene as a suicide, according to documents released by the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office. He also is charged with assault with a semiautomatic firearm. He already was on probation from a prior conviction in San Joaquin County of carrying a loaded firearm on one’s person in a city, authorities said. A second person also was shot in the shoulder, authorities said. That person self-checked into a hospital and is expected to recover. Authorities dropped charges against a woman that police also arrested. Police first responded to the shooting about 9:30 p.m. and found Knight unresponsive. Authorities said they initially thought Knight may have committed suicide. That perception started to change when a hospital called police and advised them that a gunshot victim had arrived and that she’d been shot at the same residence,...
    A pair of men from the Jersey Shore has been arrested in connection with a string of car burglaries in Monmouth County, authorities said. Michael Guzman, 38, and David Voight, 27, both of Manalapan, were arrested and charged by New Jersey State Police. During the month of April, troopers from Troop “C” Hamilton Station began investigating multiple car burglaries in Millstone Township and Upper Freehold Township, police Troopers discovered that 20 vehicles were burglarized in the area and that various items were stolen, they said. While investigating these crimes, troopers obtained surveillance footage from a residence that captured two suspects burglarizing several vehicles. Through various investigative means, troopers identified Guzman and Voight as the suspects. On April 27, detectives from Hamilton Station along with members of the State Police Fugitive Unit located and arrested Guzman and Voight at their residence in Manalapan. During the investigation, a warranted search was made at the residence and Voight’s vehicle. Detectives recovered numerous items linked to the burglaries that will be returned to the victims in this case, police said. Michael Guzman and David...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A fire damaged a residence in Sacramento on Sunday, firefighters say. The fire broke out at a structure along Luther Drive near Florin Road. The Sacramento Fire Department says flames were confined to just a bedroom in the residence. READ MORE: Man Found At Turlock With Gunshot Wound Dies; Juvenile Injuredhttps://mobile.twitter.com/SacFirePIO/status/1520897777751904257 READ MORE: Man's Death In San Joaquin County Being Investigated As HomicideThe cause of the fire is under investigation. No injuries were reported.   MORE NEWS: Fatal Garden Highway Crash Leaves One Dead 
    A MISSING woman has been found dead in her garage freezer as cops quiz her daughter. The grim find was made when cops searched the home of 93-year-old Marie Hoskins in Sebastian, Florida following a welfare check. 2The woman's body was found after concerned neighbors contacted the authoritiesCredit: WPBF 2Cops said the woman's daughter was taken for questioningCredit: WPBF The Sebastian Police Department said that officers checked the property after concerned neighbors contacted the authorities and reported the woman had not been seen in some time, FOX35 reports. Police Capt. Timothy Wood said the first attempt to enter the home was unsuccessful but the officer "had a gut feeling that something wasn’t right." Officers eventually managed to obtain a key with the help of a family member who was out of town. Once they were inside the property they found the woman's daughter, 64, who said she had not seen her mom in a while. READ MORE ON NEWSFIRE TRAGEDY Two children, 5 and 2, killed in horror house fire as dad manages to escapeTRUMP TOWN Map shows where Trumps...
    A man and woman from the area were charged with burglary after allegedly being caught inside an occupied Northern Westchester home to remove items inside. The incident took place in Yorktown around midnight on Thursday, April 21. The duo were caught when Yorktown Police responded to a 911 call about a man and woman attempting to enter a garage attached to an occupied residence, said Sgt. S. Sansone, of the Yorktown Police. Upon arrival, they found the two, identified as Putnam County residents Brandy Flood, age 45, and Jason Haviland, age 42, both of Carmel, standing by the front door of the residence while the garage door was completely open, Sansone said. After an investigation at the scene, it is alleged that the two unlawfully entered the residence in an attempt to remove items from inside, police said. Following further investigation, officers found  Haviland was unlawfully in possession of a quantity of Clonazepam pills, Sansone said. The two were placed under arrest and charged with burglary. Haviland was also charged with possession of a controlled substance. They are being held on...
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Three suspects in custody in the kidnapping of Brandon Alexis Cuellar in San Jose were identified Wednesday as Jose Roman Portillo, Baldomeo Sandoval and Yesenia Guadalupe Ramirez, San Jose police said. The three were being held on criminal counts that included kidnapping, conspiracy to commit kidnapping, child abduction and home invasion. Investigators still haven’t reveal what was the motivation behind the kidnapping. READ MORE: Baby Brandon's Kidnapping Leaves San Jose Neighborhood Shaken To The CorePolice said Ramirez had run errands with the infant’s grandmother just prior to the abduction. “This incident is a parent’s worst nightmare, and we are fortunate that we have the best Department in the Nation that helped bring forward a positive outcome. This case yet again highlights the dedication and commitment of our women and men who go above and beyond every day to keep our community safe,” San Jose Police Chief Anthony Mata said. “I’d like to also thank our partners at the FBI, as well as the Santa Clara County Search and Rescue team for providing additional valuable resources.”...
    A Los Angeles police officer who responded to a domestic dispute at actor Johnny Depp's penthouse suite testified that she saw no signs of a crime Tuesday. The entirety of officer Melissa Saenz's deposition was shown on the ninth day of the fiery defamation lawsuit between Depp and ex-wife Amber Heard. Saenz reported she did not give Heard a pamphlet on domestic violence resources, as is customary with victims, when she arrived at the suite the actress shared with Depp on May 21, 2016, after 9 p.m. WATCH: DOCTOR SAYS HEARD'S ACTIONS SHOW 'BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER' "I did not identify her as a domestic violence victim," Saenz said. She added that Heard looked red in the face from crying but not from an injury, in her opinion. She also claims not to have heard or seen anything indicating domestic violence had occurred. The officer further verified that Heard did not want to press charges against Depp at the time she arrived at the scene. Saenz did say she would have filed...
    SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — Police in San Jose are investigating the Monday afternoon kidnapping of a three-month old baby from a residence on the 1000 block of Elm Street. San Jose police tweeted out images and video of a male suspect seen entering the residence in surveillance camera and leaving with the baby what appeared to be a carrier covered with a blanket. READ MORE: 4 Arrested Following Retail Theft At Lululemon Store, Hit-and-Run Crash In Palo AltoPolice received the call about the kidnapping at about 1 p.m. ** Kidnapping Incident** Officers are currently working this incident. The male you see in these images captured from a surveillance camera entered a residence in the 1000 block of Elm St. He left with a 3 month old baby. The family does not recognize this suspect. pic.twitter.com/BJ0R44JOP2 — San José Police Media Relations (@SJPD_PIO) April 26, 2022 Police say the family does not recognize this suspect. READ MORE: Mayors Call On Newsom, Legislature For $3 Billion Over 3 Years For HomelessPolice described the suspect as a...
    SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — Police in San Jose are investigating the Monday afternoon kidnapping of a three-month old baby from a residence on the 1000 block of Elm Street. San Jose police tweeted out images and video of a male suspect seen entering the residence in surveillance camera and leaving with the baby what appeared to be a carrier covered with a blanket. READ MORE: 4 Arrested Following Retail Theft At Lululemon Store, Hit-and-Run Crash In Palo AltoPolice received the call about the kidnapping at about 1 p.m. ** Kidnapping Incident** Officers are currently working this incident. The male you see in these images captured from a surveillance camera entered a residence in the 1000 block of Elm St. He left with a 3 month old baby. The family does not recognize this suspect. pic.twitter.com/BJ0R44JOP2 — San José Police Media Relations (@SJPD_PIO) April 26, 2022 Police say the family does not recognize this suspect. READ MORE: Mayors Call On Newsom, Legislature For $3 Billion Over 3 Years For HomelessPolice described the suspect as a...
    ROUND LAKE, Ill. (WLS) -- A woman killed in a north suburban residential fire has been identified, the Lake County Coroner's Office said.The woman, 38-year-old Nicole Goulding, and a dog died after a Saturday morning fire at a Round Lake two-story duplex residence. Goulding's death is consistent with smoke inhalation, preliminary autopsy results indicated. Toxicology and carbon monoxide tests are pending.Greater Round Lake Fire Protection District and the Round Lake Police Department responded to the 100 block of West Providence Lane in Round Lake for a report of a structure fire at 9:48 a.m., Deputy Chief Joe Kruege said. A neighbor saw dark-colored smoke coming from the roof.SEE ALSO | Fire destroys 2 North Side neighborhood auto shops, 1 hurt, Chicago Fire Dept. saysCrews entered the structure, a two-story duplex residence, and found a female occupant on the second floor. She was transported to Advocate Condell Medical Center, where she later died, Kruege said. Two dogs were rescued from the residence and one survived.The fire appeared to originate on the first floor in the kitchen area, Kruege said. The cause...
    ROUND LAKE, Ill. (WLS) -- A north suburban residential fire left one person and a dog dead Saturday morning, authorities said.Greater Round Lake Fire Protection District was dispatched to the 100 block of West Providence Lane in Round Lake for a report of a structure fire at 9:48 a.m., Deputy Chief Joe Kruege said. A neighbor saw dark colored smoke coming from the roof.Crews entered the structure, a two-story duplex residence, and found a female occupant. She was transported to Advocate Condell Medical Center, where she later died, Kruege said. Two dogs were rescued from the residence and one survived.SEE ALSO | Fire destroys 2 North Side neighborhood auto shops, 1 hurt, Chicago Fire Dept. saysThe identity of the victim is being held pending notification of family, Kruege said.The fire appeared to originate on the first floor in the kitchen area. The Greater Round Lake Fire Prevention Bureau, in conjunction with the Round Lake Police Department and the Office of the Illinois State Fire Marshal, is investigating the cause of the fire.The Greater Round Lake Fire Protection District reminded all...
    A mother was left critically injured after she fell out of a eight-story window in Washington DC with ropes tied around her legs, leading to her boyfriend's arrest - hours later an amber alert was issued for the couple's son.  Laniya Lewis, of Washington DC, fell from from the eighth floor of the Connecticut House Apartments with 'some type of rope' tied around her legs on Thursday around 7pm, police confirmed to DailyMail.com on Friday. Authorities also confirmed Lewis and Kylee Jamal Palmer, 22 - who has since been arrested and with whom the victim shares a son - 'were involved in a dispute inside a residence on the eighth floor of the building' before Palmer fled the scene after she fell, a police statement said.  Police were unable to confirm to DailyMail.com if Lewis had been pushed or if she jumped from the apartment building, as the case is 'under investigation.'  Bystanders found Lewis alive, but with 'significant injuries,' and she was taken to a local hospital for treatment.  'She is stable right now, but in critical condition,' Second District Commander...
    A 17-year-old was shot in Pleasantville, authorities said. The shooting occurred on Friday, April 15 at 10:26 a.m., a police department spokeswoman said. Police responded to the 200 block of Hendricks Street for the report of a male shot. Upon arrival, a resident flagged down officers indicating the male was inside their residence. The juvenile suffered a gunshot wound to the leg, police  He said he was shot by an unknown male out front of the residence.  The investigation is ongoing, police said on Friday, April 22. The incident is under investigation by Violent Crimes Unit, Detective Sgt. Brandon Stocks. Anyone with any information is asked to call the Pleasantville Police Department. The public can contact the Pleasantville Police by dialing 911, at 609 641-6100, or [email protected] Anonymous tips can be sent via the Pleasantville Police Department’s website or Atlantic County Crimestoppers at www.crimestoppersatlantic.com
    Police in the Hudson Valley have apprehended a man wanted for menacing his girlfriend with a shotgun following a multi-agency manhunt throughout the region. In Rockland County, the Ramapo Police Department enlisted the aid of law enforcement agencies in Westchester on Wednesday, April 20, as they attempted to serve an arrest warrant for a man wanted for a domestic incident reportedly involving a shotgun. According to police, the suspect, John Larywon, age 29, menaced his girlfriend with a shotgun in Rockland on Wednesday before reportedly fleeing to his mother’s home in the BelleFair neighborhood in Rye Brook. Members of the Rye Brook Police Department first checked the home at approximately 6:40 p.m. on Wednesday and no one was home, investigators said. At approximately 8:20 p.m., police said that the vehicle Larywon was driving was in front of the residence with him inside. Larywon reportedly was in the Rye Brook residence for a time but was able to escape after refusing to speak to officers or come out of the house. Local police were joined by Westchester County Police units in...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Two people have been found dead at a downtown Sacramento residence, police say. The incident happened along T street between 11th and 12th streets. Police say they received word of an assault around 3 p.m. Officers went to the residence and found two people — a man and a woman — with at least one gunshot wound. Both were pronounced dead at the scene, a police department spokesperson says. READ MORE: Tornado Warning Issued For San Joaquin, Amador, Stanislaus CountiesDetectives are investigating the incident. Police have cordoned off the area. READ MORE: VIDEO: Funnel Cloud Spotted Near Stockton As Extreme Weather Rolls Through NorCalMore details to come. MORE NEWS: Officers Use Tasers Against Suspect Who Allegedly Wouldn’t Drop Knife In Tracy 
    A fugitive, Rickey Raheem Hendrix of Claxton, was arrested in Metter this week by U.S. Marshals. Statesboro Police Department received a call on March 21 from a female about a male acquaintance that had threatened her with a firearm before taking her car. Arrest warrants were issued and turned over to U.S. Marshals Southeast Regional Fugitive Task Force. The suspect, Hendrix, was not at the Statesboro residence where the warrant was served, but a subsequent search by SPD detectives uncovered powder and crack cocaine, methamphetamine, fentanyl, marijuana, pills, and two firearms. Hendrix was located, arrested on several charges, and remains at the Bulloch County Jail. From Statesboro Police Department: On 3/21/22 a female complainant reported to SPD that a male acquaintance, Rickey Raheem Hendrix (32 years old, Claxton, Ga), had threatened her with a firearm and then taken her car from Mulberry Court in Statesboro. The vehicle, a silver Nissan Altima bearing Georgia tag P3154748, has not been recovered. Detectives issued arrest warrants for Hendrix and turned these...