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    (CNN)A 911 dispatcher in Kentucky died after a gun was accidentally discharged at a dispatch center on Friday. Kentucky State Police received a call around 1 a.m. from the Bell County Sheriff's Department regarding two dispatchers in the Bell County 911 Center, the sheriff's department said in a news release.The incident occurred when the two dispatchers were trading firearms and one of the weapons was accidentally discharged, striking 23-year-old dispatcher Kyle Garret, police said.Garrett was transported to a health center where he was pronounced dead by the Bell County Coroner, according to the release."It is with great sadness that we make this tragic announcement in regard to our own loss," the Bell County Sheriff's Department said in the release. Read MoreThe two dispatches involved in the incident are "cousins and best friends," according to the sheriff's department."They grew up together and shared the hobby of casual gun trading. This is a tragedy that you can never prepare for," the statement said. "We are asking for prayers for the family of Kyle and Colton. We also ask that you pray for...
    We’re almost two years into the pandemic and hate crimes against Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community members are still increasing nationwide at an alarming rate. Major cities across the country are seeing reports coming in daily, that too amid a rate expected to be higher due to the stigma associated with reporting in the community. As these crimes continue nationwide, police are investigating a recent incident in Queens, New York, in which a woman was hit on the head with a rock. The incident occurred on Nov. 26 in which a woman, identified as 61-year-old GuiYing Ma, was struck outside while sweeping the sidewalk outside her apartment. Witnesses told ABC News this was not Ma’s job but her helpful nature but instead of being thanked for her kindness she was bashed in the head with a rock by a man, later identified as 33-year-old Elisaul Perez. Perez was arrested Friday and charged with first and second-degree assault and criminal possession of a weapon. While the motivation for the attack is still unknown, police are investigating the incident as a possible...
    DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Following an investigation into the death of a person who was struck by the Metro B Line Train on Friday, authorities have ruled the incident an accident. The victim, Mirna Rivas De Lopez, 53, died from multiple blunt force trauma injuries. Los Angeles Fire Department firefighters responded to reports at around 6:05 p.m., where they found her under the train. The incident occurred at the 7th Street/Metro Center Station. (© Copyright 2021 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. City News Service contributed to this report.)
    CNN legal analyst Jefferey Toobin said Kyle Rittenhouse, the teen standing trial for multiple felonies following a shooting in Kenosha, Wisc. last year, is fortunate it is not crime in America to "be an idiot."  "What kind of idiot seventeen year old gets a giant gun and goes to a riot? He has no license, he has no training, he thinks he's going to scrub graffiti off with his AR-15? I mean, the stupidity of this. What could possibly go wrong? Well a lot went wrong," Toobin said Wednesday during CNN's coverage of the Rittenhouse murder trial, which is taking place this week. "The good news for Kyle Rittenhouse is that he's not on trial for being an idiot, he's on trial for homicide."  Rittenhouse is on trial for multiple felonies for killing two people and wounding another during protests that erupted following the police shooting of Jacob Blake, a Black man. He took the stand on Wednesday, speaking publicly for the first time since the incident and sobbing while arguing he was defending himself when he fired his weapon. Judge Bruce...
    A woman identifying herself as the mother of Medina-Ulloa told Univision, the Spanish language network, that her son had told her he had taken someone else's name to cross the border. She said he told her that he was staying with his "uncle," which apparently referred to Cuellar. Cuellar's 18-year-old daughter, MaryCarmen, told the New York Post that Cuellar had picked up Medina-Ulloa from the airport and put him to work at their family store. "My dad told me one day he was going to the airport, and then this guy came out of nowhere and was at work the next day," she said. "I didn't really ask questions." She went on to say that she believes her father was asked to help the man because of their poverty. "We feel that someone asked my dad to do it," she said. "My dad was really compassionate like that, he would help someone who needed it." The incident raises suspicions that the lax immigration policies of the Biden administration have already to tragic consequences for...
    (CNN)One person was killed and seven more were injured in a shooting incident at an off-campus party near Fort Valley State University (FVSU) in Georgia on Saturday.The Georgia Bureau of Investigations (GBI) is investigating the fatal overnight shooting, the agency said in a tweet.It was Homecoming weekend at FVSU when the tragic incident occurred blocks away from the university campus, which is still an "active scene," according to GBI. 2 dead after a former employee opens fire at a Nebraska grain services facility The individual who died was not an FVSU student, GBI confirmed, and the seven injured are in stable condition.FVSU students were in attendance at the off-campus party, the university said in a statement.Read More"There were student injuries, but at this time, none have been reported as life-threatening," FVSU said. "As a precautionary measure, the campus was placed on lockdown until campus police determined there was no threat to the campus community."The lockdown was lifted, but an alumni breakfast and homecoming parade that were expected to take place Saturday morning were canceled as a result of the incident.The...
    Rep. Tim RyanTimothy (Tim) RyanTwo senior House Democrats to retire Democratic retirements could make a tough midterm year even worse Tim Ryan's campaign raises .5 million in third quarter MORE (D-Ohio), who is running for Senate in Ohio, called out Republican opponent J.D. Vance over a tweet about actor Alec Baldwin following an incident on a movie set that left one dead and another injured. Baldwin fatally shot one woman and injured a man on the set of his upcoming film "Rust," with authorities investigating why the prop gun was loaded with real bullets.  Vance, a lawyer and bestselling author of the book "Hillbilly Elegy," said Friday that Twitter should allow former President TrumpDonald TrumpHarris stumps for McAuliffe in Virginia On The Money — Sussing out what Sinema wants Hillicon Valley — Presented by Xerox — The Facebook Oversight Board is not pleased MORE back on to the platform to see what he had to say about the incident.  “Dear @jack let Trump back on. We need Alec Baldwin tweets,” Vance tweeted. Ryan fired back at his opponent, calling him an...
    Production on "Rust," the film starring Alec Baldwin that was rocked by an on-set incident resulting in the death of the director of photography, has halted production. Baldwin reportedly discharged a prop gun during production on Thursday at Bonanza Creek Ranch near Santa Fe, New Mexico, resulting in the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, 42, and the wounding of director Joel Souza, 48, who was reported to be in critical condition in a Santa Fe hospital. "The entire cast and crew has been absolutely devastated by today’s tragedy, and we send our deepest condolences to Halyna’s family and loved ones," a spokesperson for Rust Movies Productions LLC said in a statement obtained by Deadline. "We have halted production on the film for an undetermined period of time and are fully cooperating with the Santa Fe Police Department’s investigation," the statement continued. "We will be providing counseling services to everyone connected to the film as we work to process this awful event." ALEC BALDWIN DISCHARGED PROP GUN THAT KILLED ‘RUST’ CREW MEMBER ON FILM SET: AUTHORITIES Production on the movie...
    Howie Mandel said that the aftereffects of a recent colonoscopy led to an incident in which he fainted at a Woodland Hills, California Starbucks on Wednesday. The America's Got Talent personality, 65, had been out getting coffee with his wife and friends when he fainted while inside the location, and was eventually rushed via ambulance to a nearby hospital. He opened up about the incident on Thursday on his podcast Howie Mandel Does Stuff with his daughter Jackelyn Shultz, 37.
    What is being said about this? In a statement to the school community, Principal Martin Floe said that the two suspects were not Ingraham students. His statement said: An incident occurred yesterday at Ingraham High School that caused concern that I want to share with you. Around 2:45 p.m., students reported interacting with two people in a vehicle on the periphery of Ingraham property. The students also reported seeing a weapon, believed to be a firearm. The driver then briefly drove into the visitor parking lot on the west side of campus and then turned into the student parking lot. Neither of the occupants are believed to be Ingraham students. As soon as administration learned of the situation, we alerted the district's Safety & Security team, and we called 9-1-1. The incident is now under investigation by the Seattle Police Department. Thank you to our students for reporting this matter. We will continue to work to resolve this as the safety of our students, staff and school community is our top priority. We have been, and will continue...
    Multiple sailors were injured when a deployed Naval submarine "struck an object" in the Indo-Pacific region. The vessel, the USS Connecticut, made contact with the object while it was submerged Tuesday, causing several non-life-threatening injuries to the crew onboard. The submarine is now on the way to Guam and expected to arrive Thursday, according to the Navy. NAVY ADVOCACY GROUP URGES DOD TO FILL GAPING HOLES IN LEADERSHIP Navy officials could not confirm what type of object the vessel came in contact with, though one official, who spoke to the Navy Times and requested anonymity, said the area's topography did not indicate a landmass in the boat's path. The official also said that there no evidence the incident was due to any hostile interaction or a collision with another submarine. But the official also cautioned that the incident is still under investigation, saying all information was preliminary at the moment. Two crew members suffered moderate injuries but did not require evacuation, while the official could not give a total number of sailors hurt but did describe their injuries as "bumps,...
    A United States nuclear submarine struck an “object” while submerged in the South China Sea, the Navy said in a Thursday statement. Acknowledgement of the Oct. 2 incident involving the Seawolf-class fast-attack submarine USS Connecticut came five days after it took place. “The submarine remains in a safe and stable condition,” the Navy said, noting that there were no life-threatening injuries. “USS Connecticut’s nuclear propulsion plant and spaces were not affected and remain fully operational.” Officials said the “extent of damage to the remainder of the submarine” was being assessed, and that the incident “will be investigated.” Watch above via CNN. Have a tip we should know? tips@mediaite.com
    Emily Ratajkowski has revealed that she waited almost ten years to publicly accuse Robin Thicke of sexually assaulting her on the set of his Blurred Lines video out of fear that 'complaining' about the singer would damage her career and her dreams of becoming 'famous'.  The 30-year-old supermodel has accused Thicke, 44, of groping her bare breasts while they were filming the music video for his controversial hit back in 2013, publishing her claims in an upcoming book, My Body, and alleging that the singer was 'a little drunk' when he 'cupped' her chest with his hands.  Ratajkowski's recollection of the assault was made public on Saturday and she has now broken her silence on the controversy for the first time, telling People that she kept quiet about the incident for so many years because she was an 'unknown model' at the time and didn't want to do anything that might ruin her career. 'I was an unknown model and if I had spoken out or complained, I would not be where I am today, I would not be famous,'...
    A 6-year-old boy in Las Vegas has since gone viral on social media after wearing a mask for his school photo. In a Facebook post last week, Nicole Peoples shared that her son, Mason, refused to take off his mask for his school photo even though the photographer said he could remove it. According to her, the boy was mistakenly following her orders to always wear the mask. She phrased the exchange as follows: Photographer: Ok, take your mask off. Mason: My mom said to keep it on all the time unless I’m eating and far away from everybody. Photographer: I’m sure it’s ok to take it off for your pictures. Mason: No, my mom seriously told me to make sure to keep it on. Photographer: Are you sure you don’t want to take it off for 2 seconds? Mason: No Thank you, I always listen to my mom! Photographer: Ok, say cheese! Though admittedly feeling “proud” of him, Nicole regretted not giving him clearer rules. “I’m so proud of him for sticking to his word but I should have...
    (CNN)A mother and her young son fell to their deaths at Petco Park, the home of the San Diego Padres baseball team, minutes before a game Saturday afternoon, according to a news release from the San Diego Police Department. Shortly before 4 p.m., police officers at the stadium were alerted that two people had fallen from the concourse level to the sidewalk, police said. Two officers arrived and found the bodies of a 40-year-old woman and her 2-year-old son on the sidewalk.Officers performed CPR but were not able to save them, and the mother and toddler were pronounced dead at the scene, police said. The victims' names were not released, but police said they were San Diego residents.Investigators from the San Diego Police Homicide Unit were called to the scene "out of an abundance of caution" after police said the deaths "appeared to be suspicious."Read MoreInvestigators are looking for evidence and possible witnesses, and they are hoping to speak with people who were present when the fall happened, according to the statement.The San Diego Padres played the Atlanta Braves at...
    (CNN)Three people were shot and wounded at a baby shower in Pennsylvania Saturday evening after an argument over gifts, Lower Burrell Police Chief John Marhefka said in a press briefing. Police officers were dispatched to the Kinloch Volunteer Fire Department in Lower Burrell, Pennsylvania, shortly after 6 p.m. for a shooting inside the fire hall."This was not an active shooter event, but rather an isolated family incident during a baby shower," he said.A preliminary investigation showed the incident began as a family argument about gifts at the baby shower. It escalated into a physical fight and then gunfire when the "suspect introduced a nine-millimeter semiautomatic handgun" and fired three shots into the crowd of about 25 friends and family, the chief said.Three people were injured in the shooting: a 23-year-old man, a 19-year-old woman and a 16-year-old boy, Marhefka said. The victims were taken to Pittsburgh hospitals for treatment of their gunshot wounds. At the time of the press briefing, their specific injuries were unknown. Read MoreAs officers arrived, the suspected gunman walked out of the fire hall and was...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — On Friday, September 10, Baltimore County Police learned of a deceased person near a bus stop in the 4000 block of Old Court Rd. A passerby called the police after noticing the victim’s clothing smoldering. Officers later concluded the victim had been stabbed. READ MORE: 40-Year-Old Jerold Gilliam Sentenced To Nine Years In Federal Prison For Conspiracy To Distribute Fentanyl Detectives found the suspect not far from the scene. The suspect was revealed to be 63-year-old William Preston and he remains held without bail and was charged with first-degree murder. READ MORE: Mission Escape Rooms Pledges Thursday Sales Toward Tornado Relief In Anne Arundel County As this case continues to be investigated, detectives are asking anyone who may have been in the area to contact them by calling 410-307-2020. MORE NEWS: Orioles Nominate Trey Mancini For 2021 Roberto Clemente Award Detectives continue to investigate and Metro Crime Stoppers of Maryland, an organization that is separate from the Baltimore County Police Department and Baltimore County Government, offers rewards of up to $2,000 for information that leads to the arrest and...
    US rapper A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie missed his performance at Wireless festival after he was arrested, allegedly over an incident some two years ago. The musician, real name Julius Dubose, was due to take to the stage at the star-studded Crystal Palace Park festival on Saturday afternoon. But following his arrest over the weekend, organisers announced the 25-year-old would not be performing as planned and that the set would be rescheduled. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie then shed light on his absence in an Instagram post, which now no longer appears on his account. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie (left) then shed light on his absence in an Instagram post (right), which now no longer appears on his account RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'Godfather of Grime' Wiley is charged with assault and... All the people, so many people! Scantily-clad Parklife... Share this article Share He told fans: 'Smh sorry to everyone who came out to see me at Wireless, London police locked me up before I went on stage...
    Gulfport police are seeking Ohio man Benjamin Eugene Dagley (pictured) after he allegedly assaulted an NBC reporter on air An angry man who was caught on camera interrupting an NBC news report about Hurricane Ida is now being sought by police for assault regarding the incident, as it emerged he may have been violating his probation. Police in Gulfport, Mississippi, named Benjamin Eugene Dagley, of Ohio, as the man who lunged at NBC's Shaquille Brewster as he covered the storm from a beach on Monday. The man is seen running up behind Brewster, shouting and lunging at the reporter before the footage cuts away. After the incident, Gulfport police were called to investigate the alleged assault, and in a release sought the public's help in finding Dagley. In addition to two counts of simple assault, he is wanted for disturbance of the peace and violation of emergency curfew for being outside while Ida was still in the area. After a review of his criminal record, Gulfport police said in a release that they had discovered Dagley is currently on probation for...
    Q: Had Jill’s story been about any car but a Tesla, would you have published it? The Tesla in question was obviously not using Autopilot. If it was, it would have been keeping up with traffic and would never move left with the right turn signal on. Also, on the freeway, one has to have pressure on the steering wheel or the car first flashes lights at you, then makes a noise, then turns off. Autopilot is not perfect, but it has saved me several times as the Tesla’s reactions are faster than mine. For the first quarter of 2021, Tesla with Autopilot engaged averaged one crash per 4.19 million miles. Without Autopilot but with the safety features active, one crash per 2.05 million miles. The average crash rate for automobiles, per the NHTSA’s most recent report, is one per 484,000 miles. Rod Whitten, Burlingame A: Yes, I would have written about this for any car possibly on autopilot or with drivers possibly asleep when others on the road observed this dangerous behavior. Q: While I cannot speak for any...
    Daniil Medvedev kicks a camera during the 2021 Western and Southern Open. Screenshot/Eurosport A Russian tennis player crashed into a camera during a match then threatened to sue the organizers. Daniil Medvedev claimed he had almost broke his hand and demanded the camera was taken away. Medvedev also kicked out violently at the camera, placing his boot directly into the lens. Business Insider: A daily selection of curated stories Loading Something is loading. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Russian tennis player Daniil Medvedev collided with a camera then threatened to sue the tournament organizers during a shock defeat at the Western and Southern Open on Sunday. Medvedev was playing fellow Russian Andrey Rublev in the semi-final when he went to return a shot from beyond the baseline and ran into the camera. The camera fell to the floor before it was picked up by the operators and as the umpire walked over, Medvedev...
    The State Department sent a statement denying the facts. Photo: Alastair Pike / . / . The Department of State he would have been the victim of a cyber attack reported by the Cyber ​​Command of the Department of Defense, which allegedly notified a possible serious infraction in this regard. The information was released this Saturday by the Fox News reporter Jacqui heinrich, explaining via a Twitter thread that it is not known when the incident occurred, but is thought to have happened a couple of weeks ago. He added that the intrusion into the department’s database “It has not affected the mission of course to evacuate Americans and refugees from Afghanistan”. A Senate Security committee report released this month rated the security of the general information covered by the State Department a “D”, which is the lowest possible in the survey and cataloged it as “ineffective” in four of five functional areas, Heinrich tweeted. However, the possible attack can be inferred, to some extent, by the notification requirements of Congress, adding that under...
    SANTA ANA (CBSLA) – Terminal C at John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana was evacuated Friday evening. Officials at the airport confirmed only that there’s been an “incident,” but refused to give any additional details. There was also no word on whether flights into and out of the airport will be delayed. (This is a developing story. Check back for details.)
    Britney Spears is under investigation after her employee accused the pop star of striking her during a dispute earlier this week, the Ventura County Sheriff's Office said Thursday. The alleged incident took place at Spears' home on Monday.  The employee filed the report Monday around 10 a.m. local time but did not disclose what kicked off the alleged dispute, a sheriff's spokesperson told CBS News. The employee was not injured, they said, and no arrests have been made.  The Ventura County Sheriff's Office is investigating the alleged incident and will forward its findings to the county's district attorney to determine if misdemeanor battery charges are necessary. Britney Spears in 2016. Allen Berezovsky/WireImage via Getty Mathew Rosengart, the pop star's attorney, denied the allegation on Thursday. "This is overblown sensational tabloid fodder -- nothing more than a manufactured 'he said she said' regarding a cell phone, with no striking and obviously no injury whatsoever. Anyone can make an accusation but this should have been closed immediately," he said in a statement to CBS News. "To its credit, the sheriff's...
    Alyssa Milano was involved in a horrifying incident on the road on Tuesday, as she performed CPR on her uncle after he after suffered a heart attack while driving with her in the vehicle on a freeway in Los Angeles. The actress-activist, 48, was riding with her uncle Mitch in a Ford Edge, police sources told TMZ, when he had a medical emergency, thought to be a heart attack. In the incident, their SUV was struck by another vehicle, sources told the site, and Milano alertly used her hand to lean on the brakes, coming to a stop after making contact with another vehicle in the lane it had drifted into. The latest: Alyssa Milano, 48, was involved in a horrifying incident on the road on Tuesday, as she performed CPR on her uncle after he after suffered a heart attack while driving with her in an SUV on a freeway in LA. She was snapped in LA in 2019 'With the assistance of a good Samaritan, they were able to bring the Ford to a stop in between the #1...
    The Rockies organization released the statement, despite acknowledging they were still investigating the alleged incident of racism and did not yet have all of the facts. The statement said: The Colorado Rockies are disgusted at the racial slur by a fan directed at the Marlins' Lewis Brinson during the ninth inning of today's game. Although the subject was not identified prior to the end of the game, the Rockies are still investigating this incident. The Rockies have zero tolerance for any form of racism or discrimination, and any fan using derogatory language of any kind will be ejected and banned from Coors Field. The purported incident was enflamed by social media users, like USA Today baseball columnist Bob Nightengale. Despite not having all the facts, Nightengale urged his more than 280,000 Twitter followers to "find" the man accused of yelling a racial slur and to "put him in jail without the right to ever attend a sporting event." Even the Major League Baseball Players Association condemned the "abhorrent racism animus displayed." But what...
    The Atlanta Police Department found former officer Marc Theodule violated policy when he appeared to kick a handcuffed woman in the head in a viral video. Atlanta Police Department The Atlanta police sergeant seen in a viral video kicking a handcuffed woman in the head  has been fired. Marc Theodule, who had been with the department since 2009, was found to have violated policy. Another officer who was at the scene with Theodule has been returned to duty. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The Atlanta Police Department has fired the sergeant who was captured in a viral Instagram video kicking a handcuffed woman in the head. Marc Theodule, who had been with the department since 2009, was fired after the department's Office of Professional Standards completed its investigation into the incident on Monday, the agency said in a press release Wednesday evening. "Based on a review of all the facts, it was determined Sgt. Marc Theodule's actions violated department policy and he acted outside of APD standards and training," the agency said. The incident first came...
    OCEAN CITY, Md. (WJZ) — A Pennsylvania girl on vacation comes into contact with something dangerous in the water. Her family said she was bitten by a shark, Ocean City officials said it might have been something else. Jay Bradley, the curator of the Blue Wonders exhibits at the National Aquarium in Baltimore, said shark bites are extremely rare and almost always a case of mistaken identity, which is why it is often just one bite. One bite can cause damage though. READ MORE: Baltimore County To Pay Korryn Gaines Family $3M Jordan Prushinski was swimming on Monday near 119th Street in Ocean City and said she felt something sharp brush up against her leg. The 12-year-old’s mother, Melissa, thinks it was a shark bite. “We still don’t know what kind of shark it was, but our doctor confirmed it was a shark bite,” Prushinski said. Ocean City Beach Patrol was on scene to treat the little girl and said some sort of encounter with marine life cannot be ruled out. The beach patrol’s Capt. Butch Ardin said he has...
    OCEAN CITY, Md. (WJZ) — A 12-year-old girl’s family said a shark bit a 12-year-old girl at the beach in Ocean City Monday, but an Ocean City Beach Patrol official said it wasn’t a shark attack that injured the girl. Ocean City Beach Patrol Surf Rescue Technicians responded to the 12-year-old girl Monday at 119th Street for a girl who injured her leg on the surf. Officials said she had several lacerations and was treated at a hospital. READ MORE: President Joe Biden Honors Victims Of 2018 Capital Gazette Shooting Beach Patrol Captain Butch Arbin said the pattern of the injury indicates there was not an attack. “The wound pattern on this little girl indicates this absolutely was not an attack,” said Arbin, who has been with the patrol for 49 years. “We don’t know what it was.” Arbin said neither the girl, lifeguards, or anyone else on the beach reported “seeing anything.” READ MORE: Planned Third Weekly Powerball Drawing Will Lead To Bigger Jackpots, Officials Say Ocean City said they are seeking expert opinion on the incident before...
    HIDALGO COUNTY, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) –  Executive Director of Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley, Sister Norma Pimentel said an incident where a La Joya police officer approached a COVID-sticken migrant family at Whataburger was an “isolated case.” “The La Joya incident is an isolated case, in a new location we had just begun to use. This one incident has caused a great deal of misinformation and unfortunately serious consequences that threaten our community with catastrophic outcomes if we can’t continue to isolate and care for the families,” said Pimentel in a statement to CBS 11 News. READ MORE: Suspects Sought In Murder Of 60-Year-Old Mother Inside Garland Home Isolated or not, it was the COVID positive status of the family, and their alleged “disregard to other people’s health,” that led to the police department of the small town along the Rio Grande and Mexican border issuing a public health announcement. On July 26 the police department shared details of the incident. They said a concerned citizen at the restaurant waved down an officer. The citizen told him about the...
    (CNN)An officer and a sergeant with the Atlanta Police Department have been relieved of duty after a video surfaced on social media allegedly showing the sergeant kicking a woman in the head, authorities said Monday.The action was taken after Atlanta Police Chief Rodney Bryant and commanders within the Atlanta Police Department became aware of the video, according to a statement from the department shared on social media."On July 26, 2021, Chief Bryant and commanders within the Atlanta Police Department became aware of a video, posted on social media, showing an Atlanta Police sergeant kicking a woman in her head," the statement said. "Upon reviewing the video, the actions of the sergeant appear to be unacceptable and we are also concerned with the apparent lack of reaction from another officer present during the incident."Garrett Rolfe, former Atlanta officer who fatally shot Rayshard Brooks, was wrongly terminated, board says "The decision was made to immediately relieve both employees from duty, with the sergeant placed on unpaid suspension and the officer placed on administrative assignment," the statement added.The officer and sergeant involved have...
    Edward R. Roybal Center and Federal Building in Los Angeles, California on September 10, 2017. Photo By Raymond Boyd/Getty Images Federal law enforcement officers stopped an armed man from entering a federal building in LA on Wednesday. A spokesperson with the Los Angeles division of the FBI confirmed to Insider that the agency is investigating the incident. The man was trying to enter the parking garage of the Edward R. Roybal Federal Building.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Federal police detained an armed man who was attempting to enter the parking garage of a federal building in Downtown Los Angeles on Wednesday afternoon, according to officials. Officers with the Federal Protective Service, the security police division of the Department of Homeland Security, apprehended the man around 1:30 p.m. local time as he tried to enter the Edward R. Roybal Federal Building, a Department of Homeland Security spokesperson told Spectrum News 1 SoCal. The man was wearing body armor and had multiple loaded firearms and knives in his car, the statement said.  Contract Protective Security Offciers stopped...
    An Austrian woman was given a nasty surprise after a snake appeared on her toilet, just days after a man was bitten in the 'genital area' by a reptile lurking in his loo. Eva Kastner, 68, was left gobsmacked after going into her bathroom in her Vienna apartment only to find a 3ft 3ins long python slithering on her toilet seat on Friday. Ms Kastner took a photo of the reptilian intruder and sent it to the police, who called the wildlife service to remove the lurking snake. Expert workers retrieved the python from Ms Kastner's bathroom and took it to an animal shelter, before it was later transferred to the Forchtenstein Reptiles Zoo. Police received a call from an apartment in the capital Vienna after Eva Kastner, 68, spotted a 3ft 3ins long python slithering on her toilet seat (pictured) on Friday It remains unclear where the large reptile had come from and who it belonged to. The bizarre incident came just four days after a man, from the southern city of Graz, got the fright of his life when...
    POLICE have launched an investigation after a Jewish man was abused twice in an hour on London’s public transport last night. Footage posted on social media shows the two different incidents of the man, who wished to remain anonymous, being abused.  4A man on a TfL bus abused the Jewish man about an hour after the first instanceCredit: Twitter/@shlibness 4A group of men called the victim a "f***ing Jew" while on the escalatorsCredit: Twitter/@shlibness The man said that he was first attacked on the number 113 bus heading towards Oxford Circus, at around 11.30pm.  In the video posted online a man was heard threatening to “shank” him and “slit his throat for Palestine”.  The victim, who said that he is “visibly” Jewish, then filmed a group of English football fans shouting abuse at him while going down an escalator at a tube station in London at around 10.30pm. In the video, a man can be heard chanting "F****** hate you Jew", while another says "We've got a Jew behind us" and a third adds "there's about nine Jews" before the...
    Mark Makela/Getty Images A San Bernardino deputy was put on leave after seen on video kicking a man in the head during an arrest. Footage of the incident obtained by TMZ shows an officer kick the suspect, who is laying on the ground, twice. Authorities are investigating the incident.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A San Bernardino County deputy was placed on administrative leave amid a criminal investigation after being caught on video kicking a man in the head during an arrest, according to KABC-TV. The incident happened on Wednesday after the man, later identified as Willie Jones, failed to stop for a traffic violation, leading to a pursuit on his motorcycle, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department. Authorities said during the chase, he abandoned his bike near a car dealership in Victorville, California.  Footage obtained by TMZ shows Jones trying to duck and hide behind cars in the lot. He eventually puts his hands up and lays on the ground before an unidentified officer is seen advancing towards him with a flashlight, winding up,...
    (CNN)A Springfield, Ohio, man has died after reportedly being shot by an assailant and then accidentally struck by a police cruiser that was responding to the scene, according to officials.The Springfield Police Department said several officers were dispatched to Center Boulevard late on Sunday night after reports that someone had been shot, including a 911 call from the victim, who is Black.When the first officer arrived they were "involved in an accident with the shooting victim, later identified as Eric Eugene Cole," Springfield police said in a statement Tuesday."The victim was lying in the street when he was struck by a marked cruiser as the officer arrived on scene in emergency response," the department said in the statement."This was an accident, that doesn't mean it's OK. It was an accident. This was not an intentional act on the part of the officer, I'm sure of that," Springfield Police Chief Lee Graf said during a Wednesday news conference.Read MoreAt least six people were injured in a shooting at party in Springfield, Ohio, police sayGraf said the responding officer, Amanda Rosales, "was...
    Pogba says Rudiger "nibbled" him. Getty/ Alex Grimm Paul Pogba says Antonio Rüdiger bit him during a Euro 2020 match between France and Germany. "He nibbled," said the Frenchman, who was incensed when the incident happened, but later calmed down. Rüdiger denies biting the midfielder, saying footage of the incident simply "looks unfortunate." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. France midfielder Paul Pogba has accused Germany defender Antonio Rüdiger of biting him during a Euro 2020 match between the two countries on Tuesday. Just prior to half-time, the pair were seen grappling off the ball, with replays showing Rüdiger to have taken an apparent bite at Pogba's shoulder. The Frenchman was incensed because the incident was not seen by either the referee or Video Assistant Referee. As such it was not reviewed for any action against Rüdiger.—Yahoo Soccer (@FCYahoo) June 15, 2021The English Premier League duo hugged it out at the final whistle after France emerged as 1-0 victors, but Pogba still insisted after the match that he was indeed the victim of a bite. "We are...
    Police indicate the Saturday morning shooting that wounded 13 and killed one in Austin, Texas, was apparently the result of an “incident between two parties.” On Sunday, ABC News quoted Austin Police Chief Joseph Chacon describing the shooting as something that “appeared to be an isolated incident between two parties,” with the wounded largely “innocent bystanders.” Breitbart News reported on the shooting Saturday morning, noting it left two people in critical condition. CNN reported that one of the persons succumbed to their wounds Sunday, identifying the deceased as 25-year-old Douglas John Kantor. On Saturday morning, just hours after the shooting, Chief Chacon said there were “two male suspects.” The Austin Police Department (APD) issued a press release describing one of the suspects “as a black male, with dread locks, wearing a black shirt and a skinny build.” On Sunday morning, the Austin American-Statesman reported one suspect had been arrested in connection with the shooting and described the individual as “a juvenile.” The Statesman did not confirm the arrested suspect was the one described in the APD press release. USA Today noted that a Friday night shooting that wounded...
    Christian Eriksen collapsed during Denmark's defeat to Finland on Saturday. Getty/Martin Meissner/Pool Christian Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest when he collapsed during Denmark's game with Finland. Eriksen, 29, suddenly fell to the floor in the 40th minute of Saturday's Euro 2020 match. Team doctor Martin Boesen has said that Eriksen was "gone" after the incident. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Christian Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest and was "gone" when he collapsed during Denmark's defeat to Finland, Danish team doctor Morten Boesen has confirmed. Eriksen, 29, suddenly fell to the floor in the 40th minute of Saturday afternoon's Euro 2020 match. He was resuscitated after medics immediately ran on to the field, before being taken to hospital. The match between the two countries was temporarily suspended, but resumed later in the evening after news had returned that Eriksen was conscious in the hospital. The midfielder spoke to his teammates from the hospital, and urged them to finish the match. According to team doctor Boesen, Eriksen was "gone" during the incident, saying that Eriksen stopped breathing and did...
    SHERMAN OAKS (CBSLA) – The Los Angeles Police Department released video footage from a body-camera and audio from a 911 call relating to the shooting of an off-duty officer and one other person in Sherman Oaks in April. With the audio, you can hear a woman who called 911 telling dispatch that the off-duty officer had been shot three times. The video shows police officers, guns out, sweeping an apartment complex where the suspect, also wounded, was located. The incident occurred after the off-duty police officer encountered a man inside of his personal vehicle, which led to a shootout between the suspect and the officer. Both men are recovering from their injuries. The 24-year-old suspect, Christopher Camarena was taken into custody at the scene. Camarena faces several charges including attempted murder of a police officer and robbery.
    (CNN)A Springfield, Illinois, man is suing the city and six of its police officers for opening a small urn containing his daughter's ashes and allegedly "desecrating" it during a traffic stop.In his lawsuit, Dartavius Barnes claims that the officers violated his Fourth Amendment rights against unreasonable search and seizure. Barnes also claims the officers stopped his car initially without reasonable suspicion or probable cause that Barnes had committed a crime, according to the lawsuit filed by Barnes' attorney, James C. Pullos.The lawsuit also accuses the police department of violating his Fourth Amendment rights of unlawful search and seizure of his vehicle without probable cause, a valid search warrant, or consent, and claims the officers acted intentionally and maliciously.In its response to the lawsuit, the city denied Barnes' claims and maintained the city and its officers are protected by "qualified immunity as their conduct was justified by an objectively reasonable belief that it was lawful." The Springfield city attorney, Emily A. Fancher, declined to comment to CNN. "Unfortunately, I am not permitted to expand upon the contents of our answer at this time," Fancher said. Read MoreThe Springfield...
    A couple said a Arby's cashier left a homophobic slur on their receipt this month. Education Images/Getty Images Craig Gray and John Burns said the incident happened at an Arby's in Lafayette, Indiana.  Gray posted a photo of the receipt to his Facebook page on June 6.  An Arby's representative told NBC News the employee responsible for the slur was fired.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Arby's fired an Indiana employee who wrote a homophobic slur on a couple's receipt, NBC News reported. Craig Gray and John Burns told the network they had been eating at the restaurant last Sunday when the incident occurred. "We went to the counter and ordered," Burns told NBC News. "The cashier that helped us, the young man that's been mentioned, seemed really new and a little awkward, but very nice. So a very run of the mill type of fast-food occurrence. Nothing that you would expect out of the ordinary." But as the couple waited, Burns' partner noticed a slur was written on the order receipt instead of his name. "Shock,...
    (CNN)An 11-year-old girl was shot and killed and another was injured during an incident Wednesday night in Lexington County, South Carolina, according to the Lexington County Sheriff's Department. Authorities say they believe the incident was gang-related. Lexington County Coroner Margaret Fisher identified the deceased as Tashya Michelle Jay. Read MoreThe other girl who was shot was taken to the hospital and is expected to survive, the sheriff's department said.How US cities are preparing for a potentially bloody summer of gun violence Deputies arrived at around 10:40 p.m. after receiving reports of several shots fired, Lexington County Sheriff Jay Koon said. "There were a lot of people on scene as there was a party happening at the home where the two girls were shot," he said. Authorities said multiple mobile homes and vehicles were damaged by gunfire. "Investigators worked through the night and continue to do everything they can to generate some information on who was involved in this," Koon said. "Witnesses told us early on they thought this was gang-related. We hope community members will come forward and share tips...
    REPORTS of an active shooter emerged on June 9, 2021, at the JBSA-Lackland air force base. The base, in San Antonio, Texas, is currently on lockdown as of 12.30pm. 1JBSA-Lackland Is there an active shooter at JBSA-Lackland? An active shooter incident has broken out at the Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland base. Most read in US NewsHERE WE JOE Biden warns Russia & China as he jets off to UK for summit & Queen meeting'not fit'Idaho ‘Cult mom’ COMMITTED for ‘murdering kids’ as husband pleads not guiltyGraphic WarningBRUTAL KILLING Girl, 14, dies after being 'beaten & stabbed 25 times in strip mall attack'DOUBLE ‘MURDER’ MYSTERYSon, 22, charged over 2019 death of teen is shot dead with his momMARJ MISCHIEFTrump should become Speaker and impeach Biden, Marjorie Taylor Greene says'SACRIFICIAL LAMB'Biden 'threw clueless Kamala under the bus with Mexico trip' Public Affairs did confirm the lockdown, but has not provided further information. The San Antonio Police Department told KENS 5 they are currently handling the incident.
    A SIX-year-old boy has been injured after a dolphin mistakenly took his hand for food at an aquarium in Ukraine. The boy, who remains unnamed, was holding his hand above a pool when the creature struck. 7This is the moment a dolphin bites a six-year-old boy at an acquarium in southern UkraineCredit: odessa_hello 7Visitors were told not to approach the edge of the pool and put their hands inCredit: odessa_hello 7The overzealous visitor was rushed to hospitalCredit: odessa_hello In a clip shared online, the marine animal jumps out of its pool at the Nemo Dolphinarium park and sinks its teeth into the visitor’s stretched-out hand. The terrified boy utters a painful moan as the mammal lets go of his limb. The moment was filmed by the child’s mother in the Black Sea resort city of Odesa, southern Ukraine on Sunday. The victim was taken to hospital with deep cuts and doctors stitched his wounds, reports said. According to park officials, the dolphin was not hungry or aggressive. They added that the incident took place after visitors were warned not to...
    A bartender who accused Cuba Gooding Jr. of groping her buttocks has won a default judgment against the actor after he failed to respond to her lawsuit for more than a year.  Natasha Ashworth claimed the 53-year-old 'pinched' her without consent at the Tao Downtown Nightclub in New York City. Ashworth initially filed the civil suit for assault, battery and intentional infliction of emotional distress against the Oscar-winning actor in October 2019. The New York City native apparently never hired a civil attorney and never responded to the court, prompting her to request the default judgment, which rules on the side of one party in court when the other hasn't responded to the court. Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Alexander Tisch granted Ashworth's request on Wednesday for a default judgment against Gooding on the claims of assault and battery, Page Six reported. Cuba Gooding Jr. attends the Brooklyn Nets and New Orleans Pelicans game at Barclays Center in New York in November 2019 But the judge denied a default judgment on the claim of infliction of emotional distress citing redundancy....
    Shocking video shows a 78-year-old writhing in pain on the ground after he'd allegedly been shot by an Idaho sheriff's deputy with a stun gun when the elderly man was questioned for his role in an alleged road rage incident. The deputy who arrested the man now is suspended and is under investigation; he hasn't been identified. The man's family denies he was involved in road rage. The 78 year old is pictured on social media wearing identification as a Mormon missionary. 'This whole thing is being looked at very closely,' Gooding County Sheriff Shaun Gough told the Times-News on Tuesday. He didn't respond to a request for further detail from DailyMail.com. The incident happened on Thursday afternoon, when a truck driver reported to an Idaho public safety dispatcher that there was a road rage incident in Gooding County. The driver claimed there could have been a gun involved.  Deputies responded to the home of 78-year-old John Hall, who the truck driver apparently said had been involved in the incident. It was there that one allegedly used a Taser on...
    A new report describes roughly a dozen UFO sightings by the Canadian military dating back across the past 70 years, highlighting the strange phenomenon ahead of a highly anticipated government report in the U.S. The Canadian sightings took place at military bases dating back to 1950, and were uncovered by Vice through access to information requests, public records, and interviews. It comes as the Pentagon prepares to deliver its report on UFO sightings to Congress later this month, with some lawmakers pushing for the information to be made public. The earliest Canadian incident described in the new report dates back to March 1950, when a pair of Air Force officers witnessed 'an orange pulsating symmetrical light' speeding over Ottawa. A new report describes roughly a dozen UFO sightings by the Canadian military dating back across the past 70 years (file photo) Canadian Military UFO Docum... by Josh Scribd Privacy Policy RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Obama says he 'absolutely' wants to know the truth behind... Britain's REAL X Files: Ministry of Defence could relaunch... ...
    Brandon Rodriguez, 25, was arrested on Tuesday after at least three separate alleged creepy incidents near a Brooklyn home The NYPD has arrested an alleged pedophile who they say used his dog in three separate incidents to lure underage girls to an apartment before sexually assaulting at least one of them. Brandon Rodriguez, 25, was arrested on Tuesday after at least three separate alleged incidents near a Brooklyn apartment.  He has been charged with two counts of acting in a manner injurious to a child, as well as one count of unlawful imprisonment. The investigation remains ongoing, meaning that more or upgraded charges may still be on the table.  The NYPD previously asked for the public's help to find Rodriguez after the three separate incidents happened near a home in the Brownsville neighborhood. They also released surveillance footage showing the suspect on the morning of what they said was the first luring attempt, minutes before it took place.  In the first incident, Rodriguez allegedly approached a 13-year-old girl around 7:39am on Monday, May 24, asking her to take a...
    THE discovery of a mass grave holding the remains of 215 children at a former school in Canada was not an "isolated incident", Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said. Bodies of Indigenous kids as young as three were discovered on the grounds of an old Kamloops Indian Residential School this month. 6More than 200 children were found buried at the Kamloops Indian Residential School in British Columbia 6Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said the discovery was 'not an isolated incident'Credit: Reuters The Tk'emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation used radar to detect the remains they had long speculated were somewhere on the school's property in British Columbia. Trudeau has slammed the "shameful" policy that saw children abducted from their families and sent to schools where they were forbidden to practice their native culture He also said that it was not an "isolated incident" and that authorities have to "acknowledge the truth". “As prime minister, I am appalled by the shameful policy that stole Indigenous children from their communities,” Trudeau said. “Sadly, this is not an exception or an isolated incident. "We’re not going to...