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    Mann Austin Hayes (pictured in mugshot) has now been charged with murder in Harris County, Texas A man who allegedly shot dead his ex-girlfriend when he spotted her and her current boyfriend driving down a Texas freeway was charged with murder. The Harris County Sheriff's Office revealed that Mann Austin Hayes, 21, was in custody after the death of 20-year-old Julie De La Garza. Hayes was initially charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, but that charge was upgraded after Garza succumbed to her injuries. The shooting happened on Sunday along the Northwest Freeway near Spring Cypress. Authorities said Garza was riding in a vehicle with her current boyfriend when Hayes allegedly pulled up behind the couple and discharged his weapon. 'The boyfriend of the female stated they had been driving in the area when her ex-boyfriend began following them and then shot through the back window of the...
    The moment police in Florida swerved to knock a biker off of his motorcycle during a high-speed pursuit on a highway before tackling him to the ground was captured in a shocking footage over the weekend. In two videos uploaded to social media on Sunday, several units from the Florida Highway Patrol are seen pursuing a motorcyclist at high-speed near Exit 81 along Florida’s Turnpike, in Delray Beach. The incident appeared to happen during the annual West Palm Beach Breast Cancer Awareness Ride Out which took place in the area yesterday afternoon. As a shocked procession of bikers watch on, one FHP patrol is seen approaching the rear right flank of the fleeing rider, before veering sharply to the left and crashing into their back tire. Scroll down for video  The incident appeared to happen during the annual West Palm Beach Breast Cancer Awareness Ride Out which took place...
    Shocking bodycam and dashcam video from Seattle police captures the moment a man brandishing a piece of burning lumber charged at a patrol car before managing to smash it through the window of the vehicle with the officer still inside. Detectives with the Force Investigations Team have released body-worn, dashcam, and surveillance video from the incident which happened on Thursday in the South Lake Union area of the city. In the three videos which capture the incident from all angles, the suspect can be seen wielding a burning piece of wood to launch an attack on the officer in the patrol car.  Body cam, dash cam and surveillance footage provide a moment-by-moment account Officers first got the call after a man was spotted walking down an alleyway carrying a burning piece of wood  The man can be seen wielding a burning piece of lumber as the police officer...
    His Holiness, Pope Francis, has taken delivery of a new car - and it's as green as passenger vehicles get. That's because Toyota has converted a hydrogen-powered Mirai saloon into a Popemobile, having been commissioned by the Catholic Bishops' Conference of Japan as a gift to the supreme pontiff. The modified £66,000 Mirai is said to fulfill Pope Francis' deep interest in global environmental matters and will allow him to undertake public appearances with a range of 310 miles from a tank or hydrogen and emits only water from its exhaust. His Holiness has a hydrogen car: This is the new popemobile - a converted Toyota Mirai, which is the world's first mass-production fuel cell vehicle As is required for all popemobiles, the converted Mirai feature an entirely redesigned rear section, with a traditional elevated seat within a viewing platform, wrapped by a safety cage so his Holiness can...
    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — An Ohio man who fired a handgun at a semitrailer during a Trump vehicle rally reacted out of fear for his life after the truck driver taunted participants and hit his vehicle, his lawyer said Tuesday as an assistant prosecutor declared the case “severely undercharged.” Todd Crawford, 58, had his bond set at $250,000 on Tuesday in Franklin County Municipal Court, The Columbus Dispatch reported. Crawford appeared in court by video from a Franklin County jail, but has since posted bond and is no longer in custody, his attorney Jon J. Saia said. On Saturday, Hilliard police said a semitrailer driver on Interstate I-270 North called emergency dispatchers to report that another driver in a pickup had fired a weapon toward his vehicle following an altercation between the two drivers. No one was injured. After initially driving away, Crawford turned himself into police, the newspaper reported....
    A man was killed in a freak accident this week in a New Jersey parking lot when he tumbled out of his own truck — which then ran him over, according to police. Walter Mosley Jr., 67, was in the driver’s seat of his Ford F-150 around 12:35 p.m. Monday in the parking lot of the Crystal Plaza Shopping Center in Vineland when he opened the door and fell out, police said. A preliminary investigation showed that Mosley, of Bridgeton, was run over by the truck and killed. Responding officers found Mosley on the ground next to his vehicle with “injuries consistent with being run over by the vehicle.” He was pronounced dead at the scene. Police said they are unsure why the victim opened the door in the first place. Cops interviewed a woman who was with Mosley at the time, saying she provided information that was confirmed...
    A man was killed in a freak accident this week in a New Jersey parking lot, when he tumbled out of his own truck– which then ran him over, according to police. Walter Mosley Jr., 67, was in the driver’s seat of his Ford F-150  at around 12:35 p.m. Monday in the parking lot of the Crystal Plaza Shopping Center in Vineland when he opened the door and fell out, police said. A preliminary investigation showed that Mosley, of Bridgeton, was run over the truck and killed. Responding officers found Mosley on the ground next to his vehicle with “injuries consistent with being run over by the vehicle.” He was pronounced dead at the scene. Police said they are unsure why the victim opened the door in the first place. Cops interviewed a woman who was with Mosley at the time, saying she provided information that was confirmed by video...
    COMPTON (CBSLA) — Authorities on Sunday were investigating the shooting death of a man in Compton. The incident unfolded around 12:45 a.m. in the 500 block of S. Ward Avenue. It was there deputies responded to the location following a call of gunshots heard in the area. When they arrived, they located the victim inside his vehicle. He had sustained at least one gunshot to the upper torso. The victim was pronounced dead at the scene. No suspect information was available. A motive for the shooting remains unknown. The investigation is underway. Anyone with information was encouraged to contact the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Homicide Bureau at (323) 890-5500.
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City A Brooklyn man died of his injuries after he hit a tree with his car on Ocean Parkway early Wednesday morning. At 12:38 a.m. on Sept. 30, the NYPD responded to a 911 call regarding a single motor vehicle collision at the corner of Ocean Parkway and Newkirk Avenue. Upon their arrival, officers found 24-year-old Nuvakh Ilishayev and another 21-year-old man pinned inside the 2019 BMW M5 sedan, unconscious and unresponsive, with severe body trauma. The FDNY extracted the victims from the vehicle and EMS rushed them to Maimonides Hospital, where Ilishayev was pronounced dead. The 21-year-old man is listed in stable condition. An investigation found that Ilishayev was driving the vehicle with the 21-year-old man in the front passenger seat. As they were driving northbound on Ocean Parkway at an...
    President Trump claimed during Tuesday’s debate that his administration has given “big incentives” to electric cars, despite a consistent push from his White House to pull the plug on federal tax credits for the vehicles. “I’m okay with electric cars, too. I’m all for electric cars,” Trump said during a climate change segment within Tuesday night’s debate. “I’ve given big incentives to electric cars, but what they’ve done in California is just crazy.” Trump didn’t go into detail, but he was likely referring to Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s commitment last week to require 100% zero-emissions vehicle sales in the state starting in 2035, essentially banning the sale of new gas-powered cars by that year. The president’s claims that he supports electric car incentives don’t hold up, however. The White House has repeatedly sought to kill tax credits, which offer consumers a $7,500 incentive to purchase an electric car, and...
    Three Dallas police officers are being praised as heroes after they managed to save a man's life having been involved in a car crash that saw his vehicle burst into flames. The rescue, which involved the trio along with regular civilians, happened last weekend after a multi-vehicle accident. The officers' body cameras captured the harrowing rescue. Initially, the officers approaching the scene of the wreck saw a burning car but did not realize anyone was still trapped inside until a member of the public rushed up to tell them. Three Dallas police officers are being hailed as heroes for helping save the life of a man who was involved in fiery car crash last weekend in the city It was then that two officers, Jonathan Calder and Jonathan Martinez, initially arrived and ran to help other Dallas residents pull the man out of the car.  'We saw a large...
    The driver who was filmed plowing through a group of protesters in Denver claims he did not intend to harm anyone and says he was only defending himself after they surrounded his car.  Jonathan Benson was behind the wheel of the vehicle that was seen driving through a crowd of demonstrators protesting outside the Colorado State Capitol building following a grand jury's decision on the Breonna Taylor shooting on Wednesday.  Benson had approached the intersection of 14th Street and Lincoln when the group surrounded his vehicle and blocked his path, video of the incident showed.  Scroll down for video  Jonathan Benson says he did not intend to harm anyone when he drove through a group of protesters in Denver on Wednesday night  Benson was behind the wheel of the vehicle that was seen accelerating into a crowd of BLM demonstrators outside the Colorado State Capitol building  Benson...
    A man seen pulling a gun on protesters in a viral video soon lost his job, but police posted another video showing that a protester pulled a gun on him as well. The incident happened during a protest on Friday in Louisville, Kentucky. A screenshot from the video went viral on social media as people condemned the man according to the misleading and incomplete information provided. A Trump supporter attempted to run over peaceful protestors in Louisville. They then pulled out a gun and threatene… https://t.co/X86EbAD1mF — Travis Allen ???????? (@Travis Allen ????????)1600639241.0 There was no evidence provided to confirm the claim that the man was a Trump supporter. The man was eventually identified as Jim Geisler and he lost his job at American Air Filter Co., which released a statement explaining the decision. "AAF Flanders supports the right to...
    A California man was struck and killed by his own van while trying to stop a thief from stealing it, according to a disturbing report. Jose DeJesus Berrelleza, 33, heard a suspicious sound in the driveway of his Anaheim home at around 6:20 a.m. Tuesday, so he went outside to investigate, according to the Los Angeles Times. He found a crook trying to make off with his work van and confronted the suspect — who hopped into the vehicle, hit the gas and slammed into Berrelleza, according to the paper. As the suspect fled in the van, Berrelleza died at the scene as a result of his injuries, police said. The vehicle was recovered and “multiple subjects have been detained” in connection to the tragic fatality — but no arrests have been made as of Wednesday, according to the Anaheim Police Department. Police believe Berrelleza didn’t know the thief. Filed...
    SUTTER (CBS13) – A man was arrested in Sutter on numerous charges Monday, including trying to force his way inside of an occupied vehicle, authorities say. On the morning of September 21, Sutter County Sheriff’s Office deputies were called out to the area of Mallott and Butte House roads in Sutter on reports of a man trying to break into an occupied vehicle. Fortunately, the people in the car were able to get away from the suspect. When deputies arrived at the scene, they made contact with 33-year-old Richard Huff, who the people in the car later identified as the suspect. Huff was allegedly found to be under the influence of an illegal, controlled substance. During his arrest, Huff allegedly resisted arrest and damaged a patrol vehicle by kicking it, say deputies. He was booked into jail on multiple charges, including resisting arrest, attempt armed robbery, and being under the...
    ANAHEIM (CBSLA) — A man in Anaheim was fatally struck Tuesday while trying to stop a thief from stealing his car. (credit: Anaheim Police) The fatal incident happened at about 6:20 a.m. in the 100 block of South Melinda Circle. Police say the man had confronted a thief in the act of stealing his car. During the confrontation, the man was struck by the fleeing vehicle. The unidentified man was pronounced dead at the scene. The stolen vehicle was later recovered at another location in Anaheim. Police say they have detained several people in connection with the incident.
    A Tesla driver has been charged after being found asleep at the wheel of his self-driving car speeding along at 93mph in Canada. The man's Model S Tesla was pictured with its seats fully reclined while roaring along near the town of Ponoka, about 60 miles south of Edmonton in Alberta. When cops discovered the car traveling at about 86mph, they turned on their emergency flashing lights - only for the Tesla to 'automatically begin to accelerate' to  93mph. The speed limit on that stretch of highway is about 68mph. The driver, 20, from British Colombia, was charged with speeding and given a 24-hour license suspension for fatigue. A Tesla driver has been charged after being found asleep at the wheel of his self-driving car speeding along at 93mph in Canada He was later also charged with dangerous driving and he was served a summons to appear in court...
    South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg (R) called to report that he hit a deer with his vehicle Saturday night on his way home from a political event, but authorities say he actually struck and killed a man rather than an animal. Ravnsborg says he is "shocked and filled with sorrow" about the discovery.What are the details?The South Dakota Department of Public Safety reported that Ravnsborg, 44, told the Hyde County Sheriff's Office that he hit a deer on U.S. Highway 14 with his Ford Taurus at around 10:30 p.m. Saturday night. The next morning, the body of Joseph Boever, 55, was discovered near the crash site. Boever had been fatally hit by a vehicle. Boever's cousins told the Rapid City Journal that the man had crashed his own truck earlier on Saturday, and that he must have been returning to the vehicle on foot that night when...
    South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg struck and killed a man in his vehicle after reporting that he had hit a deer while driving home on Saturday evening. Gov. Kristi Noem confirmed on Sunday night that Ravnsborg was in a fatal crash over the weekend and that he was not injured during the incident. Ravnsborg said he was "shocked" to find out that he had killed a man with his vehicle and not a deer while he was leaving an event for the Republican Party that had been held at a bar earlier in the evening. "I am shocked and filled with sorrow following the events of last night. As Governor Noem stated, I am fully cooperating with the investigation and I fully intend to continue do so moving forward. At this time I offer my deepest sympathy and condolences to the family," Ravnsborg said in a statement. ...
    SAN ANTONIO – A man in his 50s was shot in the leg during an attempted vehicle theft outside his home early Thursday morning, San Antonio police said. The incident occurred around 2 a.m. at a home in the 700 block of Cravens Avenue, not far from East Southcross and Goliad Road on the city’s Southeast Side. According to police, the man had walked outside his home to find the suspect sitting in his truck while it was running. That’s when, police said, the man yelled at the suspect to get out of his vehicle and words were exchanged. Police said the suspect shot at the man and fled on a bicycle. Officers found the shooter at a Valero gas station, but he ran on foot when they approached. Police recovered the bike, but the suspect got away, authorities said. The wounded man was taken to Brooke Army Medical Center...
    A Chinese driver has dodged serious injuries after being hurled onto his car's roof during a high-speed motorway crash.  The motorist, known only by his surname Wang, was standing in front of his broken-down car when a van rear-ended it in eastern China's Jiangsu Province last week, according to police. Mr Wang sustained minor injuries, officers said. Police footage shows the victim standing in front of the bonnet on a motorway in China The footage shows him landing on top of his car after a van crashed into the stationary vehicle RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next The secret role of Chinese news agencies in Australia... Shock as Chinese pest that could have huge impact on... China ADMITS why it arrested Australian journalist after two... Do not go to China: Foreign minister warns Australians they... Share this article Share Footage...
    SAN ANTONIO – A man is hospitalized and in serious condition after San Antonio police say he was shot in the back while inside of his home with his wife. The drive-by shooting happened at 10:10 p.m., Saturday, in the 1000 block of Center Street. Police said a white Kia drove up to the home and opened fire, striking the 64-year-old man in the back. The man and his wife told police they were unsure of why they were shot at. The man was later taken to the Brooke Army Medical Center and is in serious condition. The suspect fled the scene in the vehicle. No other description of the suspect or vehicle is currently available. This is a developing story and we’ll bring more details as they become available. RELATED: San Antonio police searching for persons of interest after teen shot, killed at North...
    A Portland man has been accused of repeatedly ramming federal officers with his vehicle.  Lonnie Vantewa Albert, 55, was driving along Interstate 84 in Portland, Oregon on Sunday when he allegedly purposefully drove into the officers' vehicle.  Two Federal Protective Service officers had been driving east on Interstate 84 in the early morning when they noticed a grey SUV passing to their left, according to court documents.  Lonnie Vantewa Albert, 55, (pictured) was driving along Interstate 84 in Portland, Oregon on Sunday when he allegedly purposefully drove into the officers' vehicle The officers had been in Portland as part of ongoing federal law enforcement operations amid widespread Black Lives Matter protests.  They were wearing their government-issued uniforms when the incident happened.  SUV driver Albert allegedly turned sharply without warning and almost hit the officers' vehicle.  The officer who was driving attempted to change lanes and pass, but Albert kept blocking them, court...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Varnell Allen has been sentenced to 25 and a half years in prison after earlier pleading guilty to fatally shooting a man who was walking with his girlfriend in downtown Minneapolis. According to the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office, Varnell Allen entered a straight plea to the sole count of second-degree intentional murder Tuesday morning. Herrera Garcia, 21, was walking along Hennepin Avenue at 8th Street with his girlfriend just before 10:30 p.m. when a vehicle, driven by Allen, pulled up and yelled something at them. Garcia reportedly yelled something back. Allen then stopped the vehicle and got out, along with his passenger. The two started fighting with Herrera Garcia, pistol whipping him. After the physical altercation, Garcia was shot in the chest. Officers apprehended Allen a short time later in south Minneapolis. Allen admitted to attorneys that he did not know the victim before he intentionally shot...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A man accused of killing his son with his vehicle in a South Sacramento parking lot last week has been arrested. Reynaldo Hector Espinoza is being held on a murder charge after allegedly striking and killing his son with his car last Monday. The Sacramento County Coroner’s Office identified the victim as 33-year-old Nathan Alexander Espinoza. Sources say the suspect is the victim’s father. Chando’s Tacos owner Chando Madrigal said two customers were asked to leave the restaurant by employees because their arguing was causing a scene. Outside, shattered glass on a vehicle’s smashed windshield is a sign of the deadly collision that unfolded after the two left the restaurant.
    A Palisades Park owner got thrown from his car as he tried to stop a trio of thieves in his driveway, authorities said. The Glen Avenue resident saw something going on in his driveway and ran out to find the thieves in his car, said Capt. Anthony Muccio, the department’s officer in charge. He hung on to the vehicle to try and stop them but fell off as they sped away, Muccio said. The resident, who’d sustained some scrapes and bruises, flagged down another motorist and together they chased the vehicle to dead-ended Fifth Street. The thieves tried pulling onto a grass median but hit a parked car and got stuck on a rock, Muccio said. So they got out and ran. Leonia police caught one of them – a 16-year-old boy – near the Plaza West shopping center in Fort Lee, Muccio said. Palisades Park police signed a delinquency complaint charging the...
    A Worcester man’s fixation on retrieving his own backpack eventually led to extra charges upon his arrest. The arrest happened on Thursday, Aug. 27, at around 3 a.m., after Westborough Police allegedly witnessed a vehicle speeding on Route 9 in the Green Thumb area. After pulling the vehicle over, police found that the alleged operator, Christopher Fuller of Worcester, was driving with a suspended license. As police prepared to have the vehicle towed, Fuller allegedly became “irate,” police said. Fuller allegedly sought access to his backpack, which was still in the vehicle, several times, despite officers’ orders to stay put, police said. When they checked the backpack, police allegedly found a loaded firearm. Fuller was arrested on the charges of illegal possession of a firearm, possession with intent to distribute a Class B substance, among others, police said. 
    China tightens export rules to jeopardize TikTok deal: reports Watch! Last Day! Week to Wicked 1967 Chevy II Nova Gratuitous Burnout Video! A 1-year-old is back with his mom after being abducted from his stroller at gunpoint A one-year-old boy is safe and back at home with his mother after being abducted from his stroller at gunpoint Saturday, authorities said. © FBI/Twitter A one-year-old is back with his mother after being abducted from his stroller at gunpoint in Georgia. Mateo Mantufar-Barrera was being pushed in his stroller by his mother near their apartment in Chamblee, Georgia, just northeast of Atlanta, Saturday afternoon when an SUV pulled up next to them, according to a news release from the Chamblee Police Department. A man got out of the vehicle and approached the mother, pointed a gun at her hip and looked inside the stroller, the release said. When the man...
    The complaint used by cops to handcuff Jacob Blake to his hospital bed since they shot and paralyzed him last weekend has been obtained by DailyMail.com, and shows he was wanted for a Class G felony and two misdemeanors.  The 29-year-old was accused of a Class G felony sexual assault - which could carry a maximum 10-year prison term - and two counts of domestic abuse involving trespass and disorderly conduct.  The warrant was dropped Friday afternoon amid outcry at the continued handcuffing of Blake for days after he was shot seven times in the back by a Kenosha police officer.  The move was shortly after Wisconsin governor Tony Evers was asked if Blake being restrained would concern him and said: 'Hell yes.  'He's paid a horrific price already being shot seven or eight times in the back. I can't imagine why that's happening.'  Patrick Cafferty, an attorney representing the...
    A North Carolina doctor who drove his Tesla on 'autopilot mode' while watching a movie on his cell phone slammed into police car on Wednesday morning.    Devainder Goli, a 66-year-old emergency room doctor from Raleigh, was charged with a move-over law violation and operating a vehicle while 'viewing any television, computer, or video player.' Authorities said the incident happened just after midnight on Highway 64 near mile marker 440, which sits near the Franklin - Nash county line, Goli was driving home from Halifax Regional Center with his Tesla on autopilot while watching a movie on his cell phone. Authorities have not disclosed what movie Goli was watching at the time. DailyMail.com has reached out for further details.  Dr. Devainder Goli crashed his Tesla into Nash County Sheriff's Office cruiser on Wednesday morning  in North Carolina  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Kyle Rittenhouse bragged about being...
    Officials in Wisconsin announced that Jacob Blake, the man shot by police in Kenosha, admitted to being in possession of a knife. The Wisconsin Department of Justice’s Division of Criminal Investigation provided further details about the Sunday shooting in a Wednesday news release and identified the officer allegedly involved in the shooting as Rusten Sheskey, a seven-year veteran of the police force. “During the investigation following the initial incident, Mr. Blake admitted that he had a knife in his possession. DCI agents recovered a knife from the driver’s side floorboard of Mr. Blake’s vehicle. A search of the vehicle located no additional weapons,” the Wisconsin Department of Justice said. The incident occurred after Kenosha officers were responding to a domestic disturbance call. Officials said that police were attempting to arrest Blake at the time of the shooting, but other details about the events leading up to the...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami/CNN) — The wife of a Miami police officer died after being found unconscious in the back of her husband’s police SUV in sweltering temperatures that reached into the 90s. Clara Paulino was found by her son and her husband, police officer Aristides Paulino, a little after 5 p.m. on Friday August 21, Matt Reyes, the vice president of the Miami Fraternal Order of Police, told CNN. A cause of death has not been released. “It is a tragic accident and has rocked the Paulino family to its core,” Reyes added. CBS4 News partner The Miami Herald is reporting that investigators are treating Paulino’s death “as a horrific accident.” The case is being handled by Miami-Dade’s homicide bureau. Miami-Dade Police Public Information Officer Detective Angel Rodriguez said there is “an unclassified death investigation which is open and active for Clara Paulino,” but he couldn’t give any additional details. Reyes...
    (CNN)Clara Paulino, the wife of Miami Police Officer Aristides Paulino, is dead after being found unconscious in the back of her husband's police SUV on Friday, Matt Reyes, the vice-president of the Miami Fraternal Order of Police tells CNN.Clara was found by her son and her husband, a little after 5 p.m. on Friday, Reyes said. "It is a tragic accident and has rocked the Paulino family to its core," Reyes added. The Miami Herald is reporting that investigators are treating Paulino's death "as a horrific accident."Reyes said Paulino's SUV has bars on the windows, has a cage that separates the back seat from the front seat and has doors that lock and can only be opened from the outside. "It's an SUV so you really can't kick out the back window from that cage," Reyes added. Clara was effectively trapped in the back of the vehicle without her...
    MIAMI -- A Florida police officer's wife died after becoming trapped in the back of his patrol vehicle for several hours during a hot afternoon, police said Monday.Investigators are treating the death of Clara Paulino, 56, as an accident, the Miami Herald reported.Aristides Paulino, 58, who works for the city of Miami, was asleep in the couple's Miami Shores home Friday afternoon after finishing a midnight shift, the Herald reported. Clara Paulino had climbed into the backseat of his marked SUV to find something when the doors somehow closed, and a self-locking mechanism engaged, officials said.Temperatures reached over 90 degrees Fahrenheit as Paulino spent about four hours stuck inside the SUV until her family discovered her body, police. Investigators did not immediately say what Paulino had been looking for.The SUV has a cage that separates the back seat from the front seat and has bars on the windows, Matthew Reyes,...
    The people who assaulted a newspaper deliveryman in St. Paul didn’t just take his wallet, cellphone and vehicle — they got part of his life, his wife says. The 64-year-old still has a long road of recovery after the attack earlier this month in Highland Park. He sustained broken bones from his face to his feet. At the hospital, he was in so much pain, he told his wife he thought he was going to die, she said recently. Police said they continue to investigate who’s responsible for the robbery and assault on Aug. 7 in the 2100 block of Pinehurst Avenue, between Cretin and Cleveland avenues. Though there was another robbery and assault on the same block — an 18-year-old delivering pizzas on July 28 — police have not found evidence that links the two cases, but they’ll continue to look for possible connections, said Sgt. Mike Ernster, a...
    A California Fire firefighter douses water on a flame as he defends a home during the CZU Lightning Complex Fire in Boulder Creek on August 21, 2020. REUTERS/Stephen Lam A firefighter in Santa Cruz, California, had his wallet stolen while he was battling the CZU August Lightning Complex Fire sometime overnight between Friday and Saturday. Fire officials told the Washington Post that the thief used money from the firefighter's bank account and racked up credit card charges. Cal Fire said that the firefighter's bank account was "drained." The firefighter's vehicle had been parked at the Bonny Door Fire Department in Santa Cruz when his wallet was stolen. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A firefighter in California says his wallet was stolen from a department vehicle while he was battling blazes over the weekend, and he returned to find his bank account had been "drained" by the...
    A Seattle photojournalist recorded video of a leftist "mob" harassing him Wednesday as he was inside his vehicle — with one of the militants threatening to come his house and break his car windows. Here's the clip from KIRO-TV's Jon Jussero. (Content warning: Language and flashes of the finger):Mob would not allow me to do my job today when trying to videotape KC Jail in Seattle. I tried to leave but they s… https://t.co/64N394F657 — KIRO 7 Jussero (@KIRO 7 Jussero)1597890159.0"Mob would not allow me to do my job today when trying to videotape KC Jail in Seattle," Jussero wrote in his tweet of his video. "I tried to leave, but they surrounded my car put items on windows & continued to terrorize me. One man threaten to break my vehicle windows & come to my home. We are just trying to do our jobs."What are the details?While two...
    The Portland Police Bureau is now on the hunt for 25-year-old Marquise Love, known by friends as ‘Keese Love’, for his apparent involvement in the vicious attack on Sunday Portland Police have identified a suspect in a sickening attack on a truck driver over the weekend, who was seen in a viral video being pulled from his vehicle and knocked unconscious by a kick to the head from a protester. The Portland Police Bureau is now on the hunt for 25-year-old Marquise Love, known by friends as ‘Keese Love’, for his apparent involvement in the vicious attack on Sunday. Police say they have left Love a number of messages, urging him to hand himself in, but have so far received no response. They say they have a probable cause for his arrest.  The incident took place shortly before 10:30pm Sunday, just blocks away from a Black Lives Matter demonstration...
    (CNN)Julian Lewis went out to get a grape soda for his wife on August 7, his family says, but he never came home.Instead, the 60-year-old Black man was pursued by a Georgia state trooper on a rural road, his car ending up pinned between a tree and the trooper's car. Lewis died after he was shot in the head, his family's attorney, Francys Johnson, told CNN.How George Floyds death ignited a racial reckoning that shows no signs of slowing downFormer Trooper Jacob Thompson, 27, has since been fired by the Georgia Department of Public Safety and arrested on felony murder and aggravated assault charges in Lewis' death, according to a news release from the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.Thompson's attorney did not respond to multiple requests for comment over the weekend.The investigation of the shooting comes as protesters across the US have called for the defunding of police departments and widespread...
    SAN ANTONIO – A man is facing a first-degree felony charge after San Antonio police say he picked up a 12-year-old girl in his SUV, sexually assaulted her and abandoned her. Donald Hamilton, 40, has been charged with aggravated sexual assault of a child, according to online booking records. Investigators said Hamilton approached the girl in his dark-colored SUV as she was walking home from a friend’s house on Sunday morning. Read also: SAPD: Man shot during argument at North Side apartment complex He asked to use the girl’s phone before she got into the vehicle, an arrest affidavit states. Hamilton drove her around the area and parked at a dead-end street, police said. He exited the vehicle, went to the passenger’s side where the child was sitting and showed a “lethal cutting instrument,” according to the affidavit. He sexually assaulted the girl and left her at the scene, police...
    This is the sickening moment a truck driver was kicked unconscious after protesters chased his vehicle and he crashed into the sidewalk in Portland.  Just blocks a way from a black rights demonstration in Oregon's capital, demonstrators hauled a man out of his truck after he crashed it into a tree last night. He appeared dazed and was bleeding profusely from the head when he was made to sit on the ground and told 'wait for police to arrive.'  The man, who some rioters claimed had driven at them, was then knocked clean out by a vicious roundhouse kick delivered to the back of his head. As he lay unconscious on the ground, shouts of 'Black Lives Matter' were heard as other protesters attempted to provide first aid.   A rioter wearing a shirt with the word 'Security' on it, delivered a sickening kick to the man's head as he...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff MUDDY CREEK TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — An investigation is underway after a rollover crash sent a car into a vacant home. (Photo Credit: Portersville Muddy Creek Township Volunteer Fire Department/Facebook) The crash happened around 2:30 p.m. on Perry Highway Saturday. A man was trapped inside the vehicle and had to be rescued by crews. Crews also had to extract him with the obstacle of live wires that had collapsed on the vehicle. A power company came to disconnect the lines, and the man was rescued safely. Portersville Fire, Portersville EMS and Harmony EMS all responded to the scene. State troopers say they are looking into surveillance video to see what happened.
    TEXAS – A Marine got a nasty surprise after being robbed at a gas station in Hurst. It all started when he went to a bank to get money. Later, the report indicates that he arrived at a Quick Trip gas station, located between Precinct Line Road and Airport Freeway, where he parked his vehicle. When they returned, the car had a broken window and they took the money that Carlos Velasquez had taken out. “They don’t know how hard an individual works to earn their money and where that money was going that day. Those were some savings that I had saved to remodel my mother’s house. They were for my contractor who also had a death in his family, ”added Velasquez. Police describe the suspect as a black man who is between 6’0 “and 6’2” tall, has a slim build and wore a mask. The vehicle he...
    He is a noted car enthusiast with a massive collection of classic and exotic vehicles. But Sylvester Stallone chose to part with one of his more luxurious cars when he put his 20 inch stretched Cadillac Escalade up for sale for $350,000, or the best offer. The 74-year-old actor and director is selling the customized vehicle through Becker Automotive Design, which customized the Escalade originally for a whopping $409,000. Vimeo Privacy Policy On sale: Sylvester Stallone, 74, put his elegantly customized 20 inch stretched Cadillac SUV on sale from Becker Automotive Design for $350K or the best offer A short statement from Stallone on why he was parting with the gorgeous SUV was included with the listing. 'I ordered my Becker ESV for a specific purpose, however, my requirement for it has recently changed and I no longer have a need for this beautiful vehicle,' he said. RELATED...
    A great-grandfather who collected cardboard to help support his family was beaten and his van stolen. The suspect of the brutal attack has already been detained by the authorities, but Roberto Salinas, ended up without his vehicle and very injured. Days after the attack, his eyes are still purple, the scrapes and wounds on his head still do not heal, but the mind does not fail Salinas, 72, who described that early Saturday morning he was gathering cardboard on Olympic and Eastern Avenue when a man who asked him for a ride and attacked him. “When I turned around, I saw him head on, and that’s when he hit me or elbowed me,” Salinas said. Salinas fell into the back of the van, while the suspect got on and fled at full speed, but Salinas rejoined and grabbed him by the neck. “Was when [el atacante] he shook...
    A great-grandfather who collected cardboard to help support his family was beaten and his van stolen. The suspect of the brutal attack has already been detained by the authorities, but Roberto Salinas, ended up without his vehicle and very injured. Days after the attack, his eyes are still purple, the scrapes and wounds on his head still do not heal, but the mind does not fail Salinas, 72, who described that early Saturday morning he was gathering cardboard on Olympic and Eastern Avenue when a man who asked him for a ride and attacked him. “When I turned around, I saw him head on, and that’s when he hit me or elbowed me,” Salinas said. Salinas fell into the back of the van, while the suspect got on and fled at full speed, but Salinas rejoined and grabbed him by the neck. “Was when [el atacante] he shook...
    A great-grandfather who collected cardboard to help support his family was beaten and his van stolen. The suspect of the brutal attack has already been detained by the authorities, but Roberto Salinas, ended up without his vehicle and very injured. Days after the attack, his eyes are still purple, the scrapes and wounds on his head still do not heal, but the mind does not fail Salinas, 72, who described that early Saturday morning he was gathering cardboard on Olympic and Eastern Avenue when a man who asked him for a ride and attacked him. “When I turned around, I saw him head on, and that’s when he hit me or elbowed me,” Salinas said. Salinas fell into the back of the van, while the suspect got on and fled at full speed, but Salinas rejoined and grabbed him by the neck. “Was when [el atacante] he shook...
    A Florida man has been caught on video choking out a Lyft driver while the car was still moving, causing the car to cross a median and potentially put multiple other lives in danger. Travis S. Smith, 36, is seen in dashboard footage ripping down a plastic screen erected to help protect the driver amid the coronavirus outbreak and placing him in a choke hold in the early hours of Sunday morning. Smith's friend, Andy Kastl, is heard encouraging the attack and Kastl's seven-year-old son, who was accompanying his father on a visit from Maine, is heard crying. The clip shows Smith striking up a conversation with the 47-year-old victim. Travis S. Smith, 36, is seen in dashboard footage from Sunday ripping down a plastic screen erected to help protect the driver amid the COVID-19 outbreak Travis S. Smith, 36, was arrested and charged with Battery and Child...
    TV host Richard Bacon escaped a terrifying car incident in Los Angeles, Calif., on Tuesday. Bacon, 44, revealed on social media that he and three passengers were driving along the city's Pacific Coast Highway when his vehicle started to make "a funny noise." The four people, including Bacon, managed to get out of the car in time before it caught fire. "I guess we’re gonna need a lift home," the former "Blue Peter" host tweeted. "Thanks to the lovely Santa Monica fire department and the delightful people on the PCH who stopped to help. The car started making a funny noise as we drove home from Malibu. Then dramatically caught fire. All 4 of us fine." GENDER REVEAL IN AUSTRALIA GOES TERRIBLY WRONG WHEN CAR CATCHES FIRE The television personality shared a 15-second clip of the scary scene, showing his SUV going up in flames from its front hood. He captured the...
    A group of passengers beat and undressed a man who attempted to steal their belongings when he boarded a bus in Mexico.  The shocking incident took place Friday in Texcoco, a municipality in State of Mexico, after two men stopped a public transportation bus. One of the suspects went inside the bus first and demanded everyone to hand over their belongings before the driver noticed the commotion and sped off with the would-be mugger on board. The second suspect could be seen running alongside the bus before he was left behind. Pictured above are some of the bus passengers in Mexico who beat a thief who unsuccessfully tried to rob them last Friday Two suspects tried to board a public transportation bus in Mexico last Friday and rob its passengers before one of the men (pictured first to the right outside the vehicle) was beaten while his cohort...
    On Sunday, people marched in the streets of downtown Austin following a vigil for Garrett. Foster Sergio Flores / Stringer /Getty Images Daniel Perry, an active US Army sergeant fatally shot an Austin protester and says it was an act of self-defense, according to a press release from his attorney obtained by NBC affiliate KXAN. Perry's lawyer said his client fired the gun to "protect his own life," after the protester raised a weapon. But witnesses have disputed that claim and said Perry was accelerating his vehicle aggressively and inciting the violence. Perry has not been charged with any crimes. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. An active US Army sergeant identified as Daniel Perry fatally shot an Austin protester and said it was an act of self-defense, his lawyer confirmed in a press release obtained by NBC affiliate KXAN. Last Saturday, 28-year-old Garrett Foster, an...
    SAN ANTONIO – A man is accused of intentionally setting fire to his own vehicle behind his house on the East Side, according to San Antonio police. Rudolph Owens, 52, has been charged with arson and deadly conduct of a firearm following the incident on July 22, online booking records show. His bond was set at $50,000. Investigators said a neighbor witnessed Owens use an open flame to light something in his hand, which he then threw into an SUV. The witness stated there was a popping sound before flames erupted from inside the vehicle. An arrest affidavit says the neighbor recognized Owens before he ran off. Owens ran toward the neighbor, but the neighbor ran inside and called the police, the affidavit states. Someone was able to break a window and extinguish the fire, police said. When officers arrived, the back seat of the car was smoldering. Police said...
    Dramatic video shows the moment good Samaritans rescued an unconscious driver from his smoking vehicle just moment before it burst into flames outside of New Jersey gas station over the weekend. According to the Burlington Township Police, officers responded to the area of Sunset Road and Salem Road on Sunday after receiving reports about a vehicle accident.  Just as officers arrived to the scene, good Samaritans, Larry Scott and Domenique Golden, jumped into action to pull the unconscious driver from the smoking vehicle. Dramatic video shows the moment good Samaritans rescued an unconscious driver from his smoking vehicle just moment before it burst into flames outside of New Jersey gas station over the weekend The footage shows the men opening the victim's car door and pulling him out.  They then drag the man by his arms away from the vehicle and onto a patch of grass outside a Shell gas...
    US Ambassador to Iceland Jeffrey Ross Gunter (pictured) reportedly asked for permission to carry a gun due to 'irrational' fears for his safety in the country The US Ambassador to Iceland reportedly asked for permission to carry a gun due to 'irrational' fears for his safety in the country that's known to be one of the safest in the world.   Jeffrey Ross Gunter became 'paranoid' about his security after he took the ambassador post in Reykjavik in May 2019, according to CBS News, which spoke to a dozen diplomats, current and former government officials and other individual familiar with the situation.   Gunter allegedly asked the US State Department to obtain special permission from the Icelandic government for him to carry a firearm, and to give him door-to-door armored car service and a 'stab-proof' vest.  US government officials said that Gunter - a California dermatologist and prolific GOP donor...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — A man’s car was stolen, then recovered, but police never called to tell him, and fees begin to rack up at the tow yard where his vehicle was stored. The viewer ultimately decided to not do an interview, but in researching his dilemma, the Morning Insiders made an interesting discovery. A delivery driver dropped off groceries at 14th Street and Michigan Avenue. Minutes later, strangers hopped into his car. He’d left it unlocked, keys in the ignition; dumb, he knows. But he also thought what happened next was stupid. Weeks later, he was informed his car was at an auto pound in Cicero, and had been there for several days. With storage fees, the cost to get it back totaled $685. Why didn’t he come sooner? Blame snail mail. He only knew his car was found because of a letter from the Illinois Secretary of State Police....
    A Virginia state trooper has been placed on administrative leave while the department conducts an investigation into his conduct during a 2019 traffic stop that involved a black driver. What are the details?During the traffic stop, Trooper Charles Hewitt is shown repeatedly asking the driver, Derrick Thompson, to exit the vehicle in order for officers to perform a search. When Thompson declines, Hewitt begins aggressively taunting him before forcibly removing him from the vehicle, saying, "How do you like that, motherf***er!" as he allegedly pins Thompson on the ground. "The conduct displayed by Trooper Hewitt during the course of the traffic stop is not in agreement with the established standards of conduct required of a Virginia trooper. Nor is it characteristic of the service provided daily across the Commonwealth of Virginia by Virginia State Police personnel," Superintendent Col. Gary T. Settle said in a news release regarding the incident...
    Marc Wilson, a 21-year-old college student from Georgia, says he fired a gun into a pickup full of people because he feared for his life. According to Wilson and other witnesses, the people in the truck, including the 17-year-old girl who was struck and killed by one of the bullets fired from Wilson's gun, were leaning out of the truck, taunting him and trying to run his car off the road. Now, he says the district attorney is prosecuting him because of his race. Wilson's father is a black fire chief in the area. His mother is white. The incident took place in June. What are the details? Through his attorney, Wilson said he and his girlfriend had just picked up food from a local Taco Bell in the early hours of June 14 when a pickup truck pulled up alongside his vehicle. Wilson said...
    A BLACK Lives Matter supporter who found offensive notes and "all lives matter" on his car "put them there himself." Isaih Martin, a 21-year-old senior at Texas A&M University, called cops last month to report that three letters had been left on his car. 2 Isaih Martin claimed the notes were left on his carCredit: KBTX He claimed the handwritten notes said "all lives matter," "you don't belong here" and the third included the N-word. However, police told KBTX that Martin may have placed them there himself. The report said that Martin parked his car at his apartment after 11am and walked to a nearby apartment and came back 90 minutes later to find the papers. Cops reported that there were no nearby cameras but that surveillance from nearby showed people walking near his car, but for only a few seconds each. At around 12.55pm, Martin was seen walking back...
    In late June, Texas A&M University student Isaih Martin made headlines after he said he found racist notes on the windshield of his car. Martin posted a picture of the notes to his Twitter page, which according to KBTX was shared more than 10,000 times. The notes said “All lives matter,” “You don’t belong here,” and one containing the n-word, Martin claimed. “All three signs were different signs, and one said ‘All lives matter’ and the other said ‘You don’t belong here’, and the other was very explicit, it said the n-word with a hard ‘r’,” Martin told KBTX. “For them to tell me I don’t belong here, when I have earned my spot like everybody else here, and am working to get a degree like everyone else is, that was just kind of hurtful because if anything I deserve to be here just as much as anybody else.” Texas...
    A Texas A&M student made headlines last month after claiming someone plastered papers with racist messages on the windshield of his car. Police launched an investigation, and discovered that the most likely suspect is the alleged victim, himself.What are the details?Student Isaih Martin told KBTX-TV a few weeks ago that he found hateful notes on his car, which was parked at an apartment complex on school property. He took photos of the messages placed on his vehicle, and posted them on Twitter. "All three signs were different signs, and one said 'All Lives Matter' and the other said 'You don't belong here,' and the other was very explicit, it said the n-word with a hard 'r'," Martin recalled. "For them to tell me I don't belong here, when I have earned my spot like everybody else here, and am working to get a degree like everyone else...
    A student at Texas A&M University who claimed he found racist notes left on his car was accused by campus cops of leaving them there himself.  A&M senior Isaih Martin, 21, posted an image on Twitter of the notes he found on his car parked outside a campus apartment building in June saying 'all lives matter,' 'you don't belong here' and the n-word. The alleged discovery later prompted an investigation and $1,200 reward offered for information leading to the arrest of a suspect.  Campus cops, however, dropped the probe after they reviewed surveillance video and claim that Martin may have placed the notes on the vehicle himself.  Martin insists the investigators are wrong and says he did not place the notes on his own car.  A&M senior Isaih Martin, who is black, posted an image on Twitter of racist notes (pictured) he found on his car parked outside a...
    Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán's nephew has been shot and killed inside a car in a brazen attack that has sparked fears of an escalation in cartel wars. Authorities in the Culiacán, Mexico, neighborhood of El Ranchero found Enrique Guzmán executed in the driver's seat of a red Toyota Corolla which was riddled with bullets. Investigators said the 45-year-old had several gun shot wounds to the body.  Members of his family identified his body before it was sent to forensic experts. 
    San Diego police shot and wounded a man they said slipped out of handcuffs at police headquarters, grabbed a gun and managed to fire at least one shot. The 25-year-old man, identified as Keith Bergman was shot in the torso on Sunday night but his injuries aren't life-threatening, police said.  Bergman was detained by a security guard at a downtown hotel after he had been seen acting strangely and threatened the guard, police said. San Diego Police Officers were involved in a shooting at police headquarters A 25-year-old Hispanic man had been arrested and was in the back of a patrol car. During the journey back to HQ, he managed to escape his handcuffs and obtain a handgun inside the car Officers put Bergman in a patrol SUV and took him to police headquarters where the real drama began. Upon arriving back at the police precinct, they left...
    Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds (R) said that the state trooper who was driving her from a state event last week was justified in bumping a Black Lives Matter protester with a vehicle. The protester, Jaylen Cavil, was blocking the driveway of the business Reynolds and her driver were leaving when the trooper tapped him to move him out of the way. Cavil was unhurt in the incident. Video footage of the incident shows the protester stepping into the path of the vehicle and stopping just as Reynolds' SUV taps him. What are the details? In a Tuesday news conference, Reynolds addressed the incident. "I do feel like the driver acted appropriately," she told reporters at the conference in Urbandale, Iowa. "As we were leaving the vicinity, the individual sped up and stepped in front of the vehicle intentionally, and you...
    An armed man surrendered to Riverside County sheriff’s deputies after they surrounded his vehicle in Perris early Tuesday, July 7. A woman reported she had been kidnapped by the man,  the department said. Deputies went to the area of North Perris Boulevard and Orange Avenue after being called at 12:30 a.m. They found Nathan Tatum, 40, of Moreno Valley inside the vehicle and armed with two guns, Sgt. Steve Staton said in a news release. Tatum was arrested about 1 hour and 45 minutes later. Nathan Tatum(Courtesy Riverside County Sheriff)  Arriving deputies first made several announcements asking Tatum to leave the vehicle and surrender, Staton said. When he didn’t, the sheriff’s Special Enforcement Bureau went to the scene with what were described as “protective vehicles” that surrounded the vehicle Tatum was in. The department declined to further describe the kind of vehicles that were used. Tatum gave up at 2:15...
    Facebook A screengrab of the video showing the police shooting into James Garcia's vehicle. Protests have erupted in Phoenix, Ariz. after a video (available further in this article) was posted online showing police officers fatally shooting James Garcia in Maryvale, in greater Phoenix, on July 4. Garcia was sitting in his car in a driveway when he was shot by two police officers. He was transported to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. The Phoenix Police Department did not release the identity of the man, but Garcia’s family members and a city council member confirmed that the man killed was James Garcia. The police department did not release the names of the officers involved in the shooting either, but Buzzfeed News reported that one is a 29-year-old male officer who has been with the police force for three years and the other is a 31-year-old man who...
    Associated Press SARASOTA, Fla. (AP) — A Florida sheriff's department-issued vehicle was broken into outside his home late Sunday or early Monday morning, officials said The vehicle was parked outside the home of Sarasota County Sheriff Tom Knight’s home in Venice, the Sarasota Herald-Tribune reported. Sheriff's spokeswoman Megan Krahe didn't say what was taken from the vehicle. “I can confirm that no weapons or Tasers were taken,” Krahe said. “There was forced entry. Other than that we’re waiting on further details. It was not left unlocked.” Sheriff's investigators are looking into the incident, she said, “It’s active and ongoing. I don’t know how much is going to be released,” she said. She said there were other car burglaries in the area, which are being investigated by Venice police. Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Tags: Florida
    The main entrance to Rideau Hall in Ottawa was damaged after an alleged attack by a gunman. GETTY IMAGES The man, who was armed, used his vehicle to break through the main entrance to Rideau Hall in Ottawa in the morning, the police reported. He then entered the property’s gardens on foot before being confronted by police who stopped him without incident, without the charges against him being reported. The van was checked by anti-explosion specialists. REUTERS Trudeau and his family, which were installed in a house in the Rideau Hall complex while the Prime Minister’s official residence is being renovated, were not in the place at the time of the incident. Nor was Governor-General Julie Payette, who resides in Rideau Hall as the official representative of Queen Elizabeth II, Canada’s head of state. “We are grateful to the RCMP (Canadian Mounted Police) and the police for quickly...
    An angry mob trapped a Fox News correspondent in his vehicle outside of the CHOP zone in Seattle after a Black Lives Matter member claimed she was shoved by the reporter, DailyMail.com can disclose.  The incident occurred just hours and feet from where two black teenagers were shot when they tried to plow through barricades of the Capitol Hill Organized Protest (CHOP) area on Monday.    The reporter was identified as Dan Springer. River, a BLM protester at CHOP, claimed to DailyMail.com that Springer had pushed a woman at the event, telling her to get back, prompting the woman to throw her coffee at him.   Springer then retreated into an SUV with private armed security guards protecting the car, as a group of 50 barricaded the vehicle and demanded for him to apologize. After 20 minutes the angry crowd died down and another vehicle pulled up, with Springer jumping inside and speeding away,...
    A SHOOTER wielding an AR-type weapon reportedly rammed his vehicle into a Walmart building and opened fire today, leaving two dead and four hurt. Police shot the suspect in the chest after he sprayed bullets at the distribution center in Red Bluff, Tehama County, California, at around 3.30pm. 1 The shooter rammed his vehicle into a Walmart building and opened fire today, leaving two dead and four hurtCredit: krcrtv 7 The alleged attacker had shot at officers multiple times before he was gunned down, cops say. His current condition is unknown. The shooter appears to have smashed his vehicle in the building, causing a small fire, before going on a deadly rampage. Officials confirmed two were killed and four were injured in the carnage. The wounded have been taken to St. Elizabeth Community Hospital in Red Bluff where they are said to be in fair condition. At least one person...
    MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — A western Montana man who was charged with shooting three people in a vehicle in an apparent road rage incident in Missoula and ambushing a state trooper who was searching for him pleaded guilty Friday to four felony charges. Johnathan Albert Bertsch, 28, of Arlee pleaded guilty to deliberate homicide for the March 14, 2019, shooting death of Shelley Hays, 28. He also pleaded guilty to attempted deliberate homicide in the shooting of Casey Blanchard, his mother Julie Blanchard, and later Montana Highway Patrol Trooper Wade Palmer. Julie Blanchard, 52, died in June 2019 from complications of her gunshot wounds, a coroner ruled. Prosecutors told the Missoulian that Bertsch did not have a plea agreement. He had been scheduled to go to trial on Aug. 17. A sentencing date will be set during a hearing Aug. 31. Bertsch has been jailed since his arrest. The first...
    A 24-year-old area man was arrested by state police for allegedly intentionally hitting a person with his vehicle following an argument and then fled the scene. Dylan Macrino, 24, of Clarkstown, was arrested on Tuesday, June 23, for the hit-and-run which took place in Orange County in the town of Tuxedo, said Trooper Steven Nevel. According to Nevel, state police responded to Village Road in the town of Tuxedo and found that Macrino had been involved in a verbal altercation with another man.  Following the argument, Macrino allegedly got into his 2018 Ford Explorer and intentionally hit the man before fleeing the scene, state police said. Town of Tuxedo EMS treated the injured man and transported him to Good Samaritan Hospital for non-life-threatening injuries, Nevel said. Macrino came to the state police barracks in Monroe to be interviewed about the incident.  Following the interview, he was arrested and charged with...
    A Good Samaritan and a California deputy saved a father's life after pulling his body from burning truck that caught fire in a rollover crash on Father's Day. The dramatic rescue happened on Sunday afternoon when a Steven Riggs was driving through the town of Knights Ferry and his vehicle veered off Highway 108-120 for an unknown reason. Riggs, a father from Modesto, was inside his truck when it  began to roll down an embankment before landing in a nearby empty field, Modesto Bee reports.  Deputy Saul McNaul was reportedly patrolling the area when he witnessed the scary crash, quickly cleared a gate and rushed over to the fiery vehicle. When McNaul made it to the vehicle, Good Samaritan John Phelps was already trying to save Riggs by reaching through the driver's door to pull him up.   Good Samaritan John Phelps (pictured) rescued  Modesto resident Steven Riggs on Father's Day after his...
    A Pennsylvania man is being hailed a hero after he saved the life of a white police officer who was trapped in his burning patrol car following a crash. But what makes his actions even more praiseworthy is his history of wrongful imprisonment. READ MORE: Buffalo officials investigating firing of Black cop who intervened during chokehold Sunday, Daylan McLee was having a Father’s Day barbecue at his house in Uniontown when he heard the crash and ran to the aide of officer Jay Hanley. According to reports, McLee wasted no time “ripping open” open the patrol car’s door and dragging Hanley to safety just as the vehicle burst into flames.   Daylan McLee says when he saw a Uniontown officer pinned inside a burning police cruiser Father’s Day he thought, “I know this man is my brother through Christ and I couldn’t leave him behind.” He is credited with saving...
    Like humans, animals need food, water, room to move around in, and some kind of shelter for extreme weather. Unfortunately, some animals are deprived of these basic necessities by those who are supposed to be caring for them. Animal neglect is a form of abuse in which the animal is not given proper care by its owner. Often times, neglect goes unreported because people do not know how to spot it or don’t know what they can do. There are many signs that indicate cases of neglect or abuse, which can be documented and reported to animal control or other animal welfare organizations in the area. In Clark County, Wisconsin, a horse has been chained outside to a motor vehicle axle for at least seven years. The chain allows almost no movement and it is unclear how often the horse is provided with food and water. The horse is left...
    A man was killed in a two-vehicle crash on Long Island. It happened Saturday, June 20 at about 8:40 p.m. on the eastbound Northern State Parkway west of Veterans Highway, in Smithtown. Gerald Ramsaran, 49, of Queens, was driving a 2020 GMC when he struck the driver’s side rear of a 2017 Chevrolet driven by Metin Takil, 61, of Smithtown, state police said.  After striking the Chevrolet, Ramsaran lost control of his vehicle, striking a tree, according to police. Ramsaran was transported to Stony Brook University Hospital where he succumbed to his injuries, police said.  The driver of the Chevrolet was uninjured. Anyone with information regarding this crash is asked to call state police at 631-756-3300.
    A teenager is facing an arson charge for allegedly attempting to torch an NYPD cruiser, federal officials announced. Queens resident Victor Sanchez-Santa, 19, has been arrested and charged after he was caught on surveillance video attempting to destroy the police car in midtown Manhattan earlier this month, U.S. Attorney Geoffrey Berman said. According to a complaint filed by the Southern District of New York Court, at approximately 1:25 a.m. on Tuesday, June 9, Sanchez-Santa stopped his Honda beside a marked NYPD vehicle on West 42nd Street in Manhattan.  It is alleged that Sanchez-Santa got out of his car, took a cloth glove in his hand, and held the glove to a flame until it ignited.  He then allegedly put the burning glove underneath the NYPD vehicle, and got back into his car, leaving the glove burning beneath the police car as he attempted to flee. Berman said that quick-acting first...
    A white Kansas City police officer was indicted by a grand jury on Thursday for the fatal shooting of a black man who was shot while sitting in his pickup truck while he was backing into his garage last year. Detective Eric DeValkenaere was charged with involuntary manslaughter and armed criminal action for recklessly causing the death of Cameron Lamb, according to prosecutors in Jackson County, Missouri. DeValkenaere claims he shot Lamb after Lamb pointed a gun at another detective.  The charges were announced just days after Lamb's family met with President Trump at the White House. Trump promised Lamb's mother, Laurie Bey, and stepfather, Aquil Bey, that his Justice Department would bring federal charges against DeValkenaere. Detective Eric DeValkenaere (left) was charged with involuntary manslaughter and armed criminal action for recklessly causing the death of Cameron Lamb (right), 26, according to prosecutors in Jackson County, Missouri ...
    A man has been arrested after a motor vehicle crash killed a man on Long Island, police said. Donald Artis, 56, of Ridge, was driving a 2000 Pontiac in Holtsville southbound on North Ocean Avenue at Fox Ridge Drive when his vehicle was struck from behind by a 2004 Ford pickup on Thursday, June 18 at about 10 a.m., Suffolk County Police said. The Ford pickup was driven by Craig Smith, according to police. Artis lost control of his vehicle and struck a tree. Artis was transported to Stony Brook University Hospital where he died from his injuries. Smith, 46, of Holbrook, was charged with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation.  He will be arraigned at First District Court in Central Islip at a later date. This is a developing story. Check back to Daily Voice for updates.
    (CNN)Melvin Evans was in the line at a Wendy's drive-through in Atlanta last week when he heard people arguing. Shortly after, a man ran toward the Chevrolet TrailBlazer that he was in. "The officer who was chasing him ... had a Taser in his right hand," Evans said. "The victim had a Taser in his hand." That man was Rayshard Brooks, who was fatally shot that Friday night during an altercation with two officers responding to a complaint that he was parked and asleep in the drive-through. The fatal shooting came amid nationwide protests calling for an end to racism and police violence against black people. Ex-Atlanta Police officer who killed Rayshard Brooks charged with felony murderEvans watched things unfold from his car, too terrified to move, he told CNN's Chris Cuomo on Wednesday night. When the officer shot at Brooks, a bullet hit Evans' vehicle, sending him and two...
    (CNN)A fired police officer in suburban St. Louis was charged with assault, a day after video was released showing his unmarked SUV striking a man and the officer getting out of the vehicle and kicking him, a prosecutor said.Joshua Smith, who worked for the Florissant, Missouri, Police Department, faces first- and fourth-degree assault charges and armed criminal action, St. Charles County Prosecuting Attorney Tim Lohmar said Wednesday.The charges were filed after a review of footage from a resident's surveillance camera recorded on June 2, prosecutors said. Smith was fired June 10."The moment that vehicle turned its headlights towards the victim, that became a 4,000 pound-missile," Lohmar told reporters.Theres a growing call to defund the police. Heres what it meansSmith's attorney, Scott Rosenblum, told CNN the video is a small part of the encounter "and fails to tell the entire story" of the incident, which he called an accident "under extraordinary...
    A Missouri police officer was charged Tuesday with involuntary manslaughter in the fatal shooting of a woman after a chase. Israel Guidry also faces one count of armed criminal action in the September 2019 death of Angela Perkins, of Cotter, Arkansas. No attorney is listed for Guidry in online court records. The charges come amid increased scrutiny of officer-involved killings since the May 25 death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Floyd was a black man who died after a white police officer pressed a knee into Floyd’s neck for several minutes even after he pleaded for air and eventually stopped moving. Perkins was white. TOP STORIES Jews use bolt cutters to liberate Brooklyn playground, citing protests Pelosi: Trumps executive order on policing falls seriously short Four St. Louis police officers charged with beating undercover colleague Howell County prosecutor Michael Hutchings didn’t immediately return a phone message...
    An area man was arrested after allegedly threatening a driver who was blowing his horn after the man blocked the middle of a roadway to pick up a take-out order of food. The incident took place in Fairfield County around 7:15 p.m., Friday, June 12, in front of a popular Mexican restaurant in New Canaan on Forest Street, said Lt. Jason Ferraro. According to Ferraro, Travis West, 52, of Darien, allegedly parked his car in front of Tequila Mockingbird, blocking the entire roadway. West then got out of his vehicle to pick up his food order. At the same time another vehicle approached and was blocked by West's car, Ferraro said. The driver of the vehicle began honking his horn, as West returned to his vehicle he allegedly went over to the vehicle behind his and began screaming and cursing at the driver and banging his hand on the driver's...
    TULSA, Okla. (AP) — An Oklahoma man whose son and daughter died when he left them inside his hot truck for five hours has been arrested on two second-degree murder warrants, police said. Dustin Dennis, 31, was arrested at his home in Tulsa Saturday, police said. Dennis told officers that he had taken his 4-year-old daughter and 3-year-old son to a convenience store around noon. Upon arriving home, he went inside and fell asleep for four or five hours. When he awoke he found the children inside the vehicle. Dennis told police he carried the children inside the house and called authorities. Police said surveillance video from a neighboring property shows Dennis getting out the vehicle and locking it up, then walking inside his house without the children. The temperature peaked in the low 90s in Tulsa on Saturday, according to the National Weather Service. Jail records show Dennis...
    An alert has been issued for a man wanted by New York State Police after being busted with a reportedly stolen car on I-87 in the Hudson Valley when he ran out of gas and his vehicle was towed. Simon O’Rourke is wanted by New York State Police investigators following his arrest for third-degree criminal possession of stolen property. He later failed to appear in court to respond to the charge and an arrest warrant was issued by the Orange County Court. According to police, O’Rourke was arrested following an investigation that found he was in possession of a rental car that had been reported stolen from the Boston Logan Airport. O’Rourke ran out of gas on I-87 in Orange County and the vehicle was towed. Police said that troopers arrested O’Rourke when he attempted to retrieve the allegedly stolen vehicle from a local tow company. O’Rourke, 50, has been...
    NOBLESVILLE, Ind. (AP) — An Indianapolis man was sentenced to six years in prison Tuesday after pleading guilty to fatally shooting a police dog that was pursuing him. Richard Garrett, 20, learned his sentence after admitting to charges including striking a law enforcement animal and resisting law enforcement. A 5-year-old Belgian Malinois named Harlej was fatally shot in the head in a wooded area of suburban Fishers last Nov. 13 while tracking a driver who had fled his vehicle, police have said. Garrett was driving a stolen vehicle traveling at about 100 mph (160 kph) on Interstate 69 when the car spun out of control and Garrett took off on foot, authorities said. Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    Law enforcement officials believe the individuals involved in the non-fatal shooting of a father and his 5-year-old daughter at a boat launch in White Bear Lake Monday had been lying in wait for the 24-year-old man to return from a boat trip. They are suspected of waiting in a black or dark blue Ford Edge at the junction of Ramsey Beach and its main parking lot. They potentially tracked the movements of the man via his Instagram account’s location updates, according to Ramsey County Sheriff Bob Fletcher. As they waited for the man, they had the Ford Edge’s hazard lights on The man, who was identified Tuesday as Alejandro Ray Seals, had just returned to the boat launch and was with his daughter, girlfriend and brother when the Ford Edge drove over and someone inside fired three shots from the passenger side, Fletcher said. Then the vehicle took off. Fletcher...
    An investigation is underway after an apparent hate crime in which a woman's vehicle was struck by a pickup truck in which two men yelled racial slurs, New York State police said. It happened in Putnam on Monday, June 8 at about 5:30 a.m. The victim, a Hispanic woman, was sleeping in her vehicle on the westbound shoulder of Interstate 84 in the town of Southeast near the Route 312 exit.  She was approached by the two men who yelled the slurs directed at her, according to state police. The men were operating an older model, two-tone black and silver Chevrolet pickup truck. As the victim attempted to drive away, her vehicle was struck by the pickup truck, police said. The photo above, released by state police, is of a 1999-2003 Chevrolet black-and-silver pickup truck that is not the actual vehicle, but similar. No information regarding the type of vehicle...
    A New Jersey state trooper stalked a woman while on duty, authorities said Friday. Michael Patterson, 28, of Bayonne first stopped the female motorist for an unspecified offense on the New Jersey Turnpike on Jan. 28, state Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal said. After letting her go with a warning, Paterson “conducted a second, unwarranted stop of her vehicle a few minutes later when she exited the Turnpike at Exit 11….in order to make unwanted advances on the woman,” Grewal said. Patterson “put the victim in fear by following her to her home in his patrol vehicle,” the attorney general said. He also “disabled the Digital In-Vehicle Recorder (DIVR) in his vehicle to prevent his conduct from being recorded during this second stop,” Grewal said. A Piscataway native, Patterson was the starting center fielder for the New Jersey City University baseball...
    VALLEJO, Calif. (KGO) -- Vallejo Police shot and killed a 22-year-old following a night of looting early Tuesday morning. Today, Chief Shawny Williams said Sean Monterrosa was on his knees and an officer saw what appeared to be a gun in his sweatshirt. It turned out to be a hammer.RELATED: Fatal Vallejo officer-involved shooting following Monday night lootingSean Monterrosa was on his knees outside a Walgreens when a Vallejo Police Officer fired at him 5 times through his vehicle's windshield. One of those shots hit and killed the 22-year-old, who police say they believed was armed.The fatal shooting came after a night of multiple calls for looting including to the Walgreens.Vallejo Police Chief Shawny Williams said it appeared Monterrosa was going to get into a getaway vehicle before changing his mind."This individual appeared to be running toward the black sedan but suddenly stopped taking a kneeling position and placing his...
    Days after a man in a clown mask allegedly lit a Chicago police vehicle on fire in broad daylight, investigators tracked him down -- in part because he has the word “PRETTY” tattooed across his neck, according to federal prosecutors. Timothy O’Donnell, 31, was arrested Tuesday on a federal arson charge, according to the Department of Justice (DOJ). NYC BRACES: CITY TAKES STEPS TO STOP FURTHER GEORGE FLOYD RIOTS AS CROWDS TAKE TO THE STREETS Days after a man in a clown mask allegedly lit a Chicago police vehicle on fire in broad daylight, investigators tracked him down in part because he has the word “PRETTY” tattooed across his neck. (Courtesy: DOJ) “Anyone involved in destructive behavior -- such as setting fire to a police car -- should know that federal law enforcement will use all tools available to us to hold them accountable,” U.S. Attorney John Lausch said....
    New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said Monday his personal opinion was that a New York Police Department officer who was seen on video driving into a crowd of protesters "should be fired." The video was captured Saturday as protests erupted across the country in response to the death of George Floyd, a black man who died while in police custody in Minneapolis on May 25. In the video, a NYPD vehicle can be seen driving into a crowd in Brooklyn as people scream and scramble to get out of its path. During his daily COVID-19 news briefing Monday, Cuomo called the video "disturbing" and said he believed some of the NYPD's responses to the protesters had "exacerbated the anger." "There are videos of NYPD cars driving into a crowd that are very disturbing, pulling a mask down off a person to pepper spray them, throwing a woman to the ground....
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