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    Funeral services were recently held for Mark Kendall Hudson, Jr., the Ewing High School graduate who was shot and killed in broad daylight on Nov. 22 at the age of 21. Born in New Brunswick, Hudson graduated from Ewing High School before pursuing higher education at Mercer County Community College, his obituary says. Hudson had previously worked at Marrazzo’s Grocery Store of Ewing, Acme of Lawrence, Shop Rite of Pennington, Man Power and Abacus Staffing Services, according to his memorial. ALSO SEE: 2 Nabbed In Deadly Mercer County Shooting Hudson participated in the youth choir, praise and worship team, steppers church and church book club at Friendship Baptist, where he was a dedicated member. Hudson was also a Junior Mason with the Dr. Arthur T. Shack Order of the Knights of Pythagoras and King David Lodge #15. Hudson was known for his love of basketball, video games and stock trading and was always eager to expand his knowledge in numerous subjects, his obituary says. Hudson is survived by his loving parents, Jeanette J. Hudson and Mark Kendall Hudson, Sr.; maternal grandmother,...
    Temple University student shot, killed during robbery near campus, police say www.youtube.com The tragic killing occurred only feet from the university's campus. In a statement, Temple's executive director for public safety Charlie Leone said, “This is a tragedy in every sense of the word," adding, "Our thoughts are with the victim’s family, friends and the entire Temple community during this tremendously difficult time.” "Gun violence continues to affect local communities, and especially young lives, across our city and our nation," Leone went on to say. "We fully understand concerns about individual safety, especially at a time when Philadelphia, like so many other U.S. cities, has experienced a sharp increase in violent crime over the past year." Collington's mother, Molly Collington, said her son was a political science major and history buff who hoped to help people by practicing law or getting into politics. She added that he was an Eagle Scout who loved fishing and enjoying the outdoors. “My son Sam Collington was and is our hero, and this senseless act crushes us," she added in a...
    A man was found naked and bleeding after being stabbed multiple times outside the lobby of an apartment building in New York City Friday.  The victim was discovered out in front of The Dorset Apartments on 99th Street and Third Avenue in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn around 2:50 p.m. Friday, according to police.  The NYPD responded to reports of a man bleeding.  The victim was found without clothes and suffering from multiple stab wounds in the chest and stomach.  The grim scene, captured by photographers, showed blood smeared all over the doors on the entrance to the building.  A man was found stark naked and bleeding after being stabbed multiple times in the lobby of an apartment building in New York City in broad daylight Friday  The grim scene, captured by photographers, showed blood smeared all over the doors on the entrance to the building The man was without clothes and suffering from multiple stab wounds in the chest and stomach He was discovered out in front of The Dorset Apartments on 99th Street and Third Avenue in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn...
    A group of four young men are wanted for robbing $20,000 worth of merchandise from an Apple Store, all caught on security cameras in broad daylight - the latest in a series of lootings across California.  The incident took place at Santa Rosa Plaza, about an hour from San Francisco, on Wednesday morning.  Four young men, believed by police to be between the ages of 14 and 18, entered and grabbed the merch before fleeing in what authorities called a 'brazen daytime burglary' in broad daylight.    A detective from the Santa Rosa Police Department said they weren’t notified about the theft until 10 minutes after it occurred due to an Apple in-house protocol.  The latest string of robberies in the Golden State started last Friday in San Francisco and are ratcheting up as the holiday shopping season is getting into full swing.  Police have released photos of at least two of the suspects wanted for robbing $20,000 worth of merchandise from an Apple Store in Santa Rosa, California The robbery was called 'brazen' as it happened on a Wednesday morning...
    A Northern California Apple store was targeted by thieves Wednesday in the latest smash-and-grab theft as mobs continue to commit brazen burglaries on retail shops in several U.S. cities.  Four suspects walked into the Apple store just after 11:30 a.m. in Santa Rosa, 55 miles north of San Francisco, and stole more than $20,000 worth of merchandise in broad daylight in front of customers and staff, authorities said.  LA THIEVES ATTACK SECURITY GUARD IN CALIFORNIA'S LATEST SMASH-AND-GRAB Police in Santa Rosa, California are looking for four suspects involved in a Wednesday smash-and-grab burglary at an Apple store.  (Santa Rosa Police Department ) They fled in a vehicle and ranged in age from 14 to 18-years-old, the Santa Rosa Police Department said. They were wearing black clothing and masks.  The incident follows similar burglaries involving dozens of suspects that have ransacked numerous stores in the Bay Area and Los Angeles.  Hours after the Apple burglary, five suspects in Los Angeles stole about $25,000 worth of merchandise from a Nordstrom inside the Westfield Topanga mall and used bear spray on a security...
    Berks County investigators have made an arrest in connection with the broad-daylight killing of a 30-year-old Exeter man on the streets of Reading. Aeneas O’Brien, 19, fatally shot Leonard King Jr. in the 500 block of Penn Street near 6th Street around 1:20 p.m. Monday, Reading police chief Richard Tornielli said in a Wednesday release. The two men were involved in "some type of altercation" before the gunfire broke out, police previously said. The incident apparently started when King began yelling obscenities as he crossed the street, WFMZ reports citing court documents.  Meanwhile, surveillance footage shows O'Brien getting out of his car and arguing with King before pulling out a gun and shooting him, the news outlet says. King was later pronounced dead at Reading Hospital, police said. O'Brien was arrested Tuesday afternoon without incident at a home in the 1700 block of North 16th Street, according to police. In addition to first-degree murder, he was charged with third-degree murder, aggravated assault, and firearm offenses, public court records show. He was sent to Berks County Jail with bail denied, according to...
    A 21-year-old Ewing man was shot and killed in a Monday afternoon shooting, authorities said. Mark Hudson, Jr. was rushed to Capital Health Regional Medical Center with multiple gunshot wounds after the incident on the 200 block of Douglas Avenue around 3:30 p.m., Mercer County Prosecutor's Office Spokeswoman Casey A. DeBlasio said. Hudson was pronounced dead at the hospital. No arrests had been made as of 7:25 p.m. and the investigation was ongoing.  Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Jennifer Eyster with the Mercer County Homicide Task Force at (609) 989-6406. Tips can also be emailed to mchtftips@mercercounty.org. 
    Connecticut shoplifters were caught on video stealing a reported $1,600 in groceries from an Oxford supermarket Tuesday. The now-viral footage of the robbery shows four masked suspects packing two vehicles with stolen grocery store products as onlookers watch and record, some shouting remarks at the thieves. “Look at all that,” one bystander is heard saying in the video . “That’s why prices go up, because of these a–holes … can’t get a job like the rest of us.” SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE BLASTED FOR ASKING IF RESIDENTS SHOULD 'TOLERATE BURGLARIES' Connecticut State Police said that the suspects made off with $1,600 in goods, primarily detergent and paper towels, Fox 61 reported . Several people loot a grocery store in Oxford, Connecticut yesterday.The looters removed their license plates prior to looting the grocery store. pic.twitter.com/jRs6qxHgXD— Marie Oakes (@TheMarieOakes) November 11, 2021 “Information sharing has developed leads that they are most likely going to be trying to sell those items on social media as well as in their communities that they live in,” Resident Trooper Sgt....
    An attempted rapist is in custody after attacking a woman on a New York City bridge in broad daylight only two days after being released from prison for a previous rape. Prosecutors say 38-year-old Howard Shaw, a registered sex offender, approached a jogger on Wards Island Bridge on Thursday at around 7:30 am by asking her for the time.  He is then said to have put one of his hand's around her waist and the other over her mouth as he dragged her toward a stairwell. As Shaw attacked the woman in her 50's he told her: 'I don't want to hurt you, I just want sex' as he tried to pull down her pants, according to a criminal complaint. Howard Shaw, 38, (pictured) was charged with attempted rape, strangulation and sexual abuse for the brazen attack Prosecutors say Shaw approached a jogger on Wards Island Bridge (pictured) on Thursday at around 7:30 am and dragged her toward a stairwell Shaw then threw the woman to the ground and choked her until she nearly lost consciousness, the New York Daily...
    A video showing a shoplifter walking out of an upscale San Francisco boutique with a pile of unpaid item was posted to Twitter late Friday morning. The viral thirty-three second security video shows a masked man dressed in a camouflage jacket and Golden State Warriors t-shirt entering a Pacific Heights boutique and exiting with multiple pairs of designer jeans. Time to check out how Pacific Heights in San Francisco is doing: pic.twitter.com/Hzy0a2xET5 — Jenny, Girl from 4th ????, 鄰白廢物 ???? (@JennyChachan) November 12, 2021 “Hi, how are you today,” a sales associate is heard saying as the masked man enters the shop. “Sup,” responds the man as he bends down to pick up a pile of designer denim jeans from the window display. Shortly after picking up the pile of jeans from the display, the man makes his way over to the other side of the store and picks up one final item before casually walking out the door. (RELATED: San Francisco’s Shoplifters Are Flipping Stolen Merchandise Online) “Wait,” said the associate moments before the man exited the store....
    And the caper continued with no resistance as the crooks soon entered their SUVs and sped off. Here's the full clip: CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Multiple people seen walking out of an #Oxford grocery store yesterday morning with shopping carts full of items they didn\u2019t pay for\u2026 Details from police -> https://tinyurl.com/2vaatza2\u00a0pic.twitter.com/CKlsdfMCNY — WFSB Channel 3 (@WFSB Channel 3) 1636565252 The suspects got away well before the arrival of police, who said they were notified about the theft a full 10 minutes after it took place, WFSB reported, adding that store manager wasn't commenting. "Had 911 been contacted in a timely manner, police personnel would have been able to attempt to intercept those involved," police said in a press release, according to the station. "We would like to remind everyone to stay vigilant and not to engage with people like this when a crime is occurring." Well-planned 'organized' heist State police told WTIC-TV the four individuals in question are suspected of stealing $1,600 in goods such as detergent and paper towels, adding that a...
    Surveillance cameras have captured the moment a group of assassins calmly walked across a beach near a hotel in Mexico where they gunned down two drug dealers in broad daylight before boarding speedboats to make their getaway.   The attackers sent scores of guests running for cover at the $400-a-night Hyatt Ziva Riviera Cancún and adjacent Azul Beach Resort last Thursday in Puerto Morelos, south of Cancún, in what the Quintana Roo State Attorney General's Office described as a dispute over control of the lucrative drug trade turf. The 15 armed men were picked up by security cameras wandering near the hotel property around 2pm local time and were later shown by another surveillance camera tackling an alleged drug dealer to the sand before he was dragged away and shot dead. A hotel worker is seen running towards the Hyatt Ziva Hotel. Gunmen reportedly killed a second drug pusher just steps away from the hotel, were he attempted to seek refuge.  Authorities said a person suffered an injury in the attack. It's unknown if the victim was a guest or employee...
    SAN FRANCISCO -- A person is dead and another was injured during a shooting Thursday in broad daylight in San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury neighborhood, an area popular with young homeless people and with tourists seeking to visit the center of the city's hippie heritage.San Francisco Police Commander Raj Vaswani said in a tweet that two people were shot near the corner of Haight and Masonic streets but offered no other information.RELATED: Will San Francisco's new 'welcome ambassadors' deter city's rampant crime?Police did not immediately respond to a call and email seeking more details.Video of the scene posted online shows police have cordoned off a large section of Haight Street with yellow crime scene tape.The neighborhood has seen a spike in violence in recent months, including a daytime shooting on Oct. 22 that left a person with life-threatening injuries and several vehicles and a coffee shop with bullet holes. San Francisco police said last week they believe that shooting was connected to gang activity, the San Francisco Chronicle reported. In September, a man was killed and another was permanently blinded in two...
    Celebrity New York City bail bondsman Ira Judelson — who has worked with everyone from Conor McGregor to Harvey Weinstein — is accustomed to crime and mayhem.  Just not on his daughter’s leafy midwestern college campus. But after the 19-year-old junior was violently carjacked just steps from Ohio State University last week — the latest in a string of attacks on students near campus— the hardened jailhouse veteran said he was shellshocked.  Nate Diaz fights Conor McGregor of Ireland in their welterweight bout during the UFC 202 event at T-Mobile Arena on August 20, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC) "In all my years working in New York’s criminal justice system, I’ve never seen such a lack of police presence and brazen criminals who fear nothing because there are no repercussions for their actions," said Judelson, who also works as a criminal crisis manager. CONOR MCGREGOR CHARGED AFTER ALLEGEDLY ATTACKING BUS FILLED WITH UFC FIGHTERS His daughter, whose name is being withheld, was carjacked at about 1 p.m. Tuesday after she stepped out of a...
    Three suspects have been arrested for their alleged roles in a fatal daytime shooting that left a 28-year-old man dead on Long Island, police announced. Freeport Police officers were dispatched to a stretch of South Bay Avenue shortly before 3:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 10, where there was a report of a man who had suffered a gunshot wound. Original story - ID Released For Man Shot, Killed In Broad Daylight On Residential Long Island Street Upon arrival, police found Long Beach resident James Diamond in the area with a gunshot wound, and he was transported to an area hospital where he was later pronounced dead, Nassau County Police said. The investigation into the fatal shooting led detectives to identify three men - Freeport residents Corey Grier, age 27, Eric Baldwin, age 25, and Middle Island resident Todd Brant, age 20 - as suspects, who were arrested in Nassau County on Wednesday, Nov. 3. Each of the three men was charged with second-degree murder and first-degree robbery. Grier and Baldwin were also charged with two counts each of criminal possession of a...
    At that point, a second Good Samaritan rushed across the street to help Ali protect the child and two other women from the bizarre attempted kidnapping. According to the station, the second Good Samaritan called 911 as the woman ran into the road. Ali explained, "Traffic, people stopped traffic, but she saw everybody stopping and she jumped through the traffic too, it was crazy. I didn't know what she would do with baby." The names of the victims remain unknown at the time of this reporting, but the local sheriff's office told KMAX that the child is safe at home with family. Ali added, "We are human, you know, we have to save everyone, if you see something wrong, at least you have to try." KCRA-TV reported that authorities arrested a woman named Dedra Gentry in connection with the incident. Gentry now faces a felony charge of attempted kidnapping.
    Bergen County prosecutor’s detectives cracked this spring’s broad-daylight killing of a 20-year-old Teaneck man on a local basketball court, charging a fellow township resident with murder. Jairrod Shannon gunned down Maximillian Reyes at Ammann Park shortly before 4 p.m. June 5, Bergen County Prosecutor Mark Musella said Thursday. Reyes dialed 911 as he lay dying of a gunshot wound to the stomach at the park off Fort Lee Road. He was later pronounced dead at Hackensack University Medical Center. Shannon, also 20, of Queen Anne Road, was arrested Wednesday following an investigation by Teaneck detectives and investigators from his Major Crimes Unit, the prosecutor said. He remained held in the Bergen County Jail. In addition to murder, he’s charged with aggravated assault, hindering his arrest and weapons offenses.
    Philadelphia authorities are attempting to identify a man caught on video trying to abduct a 2-year-old boy in broad daylight, authorities said. The child was holding his grandmother's hand as they were walking to church on Oct. 17, when the incident occurred, the Philadelphia Police Department said.  A man tried abducting a 2-year-old boy walking with his grandmother last week, Philadelphia police said.  (Philadelphia Police Department ) He allegedly threw a bag at the woman and claimed the boy was his son.  Footage of the encounter appears to show the suspect trying to grab the child.  She told Fox affiliate WTXF-TV that she tried to fend off the attacker by throwing her keys at him. He continued to follow and yell at them until they got to the church.  "By the time I got into church my heart was going. I was a nervous wreck. I was crying," she told the news outlet.  CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Suspect in attempted abduction. (Philadelphia Police Department ) The suspect was described by police as a Black man in...
    Police have released the identity of a man who was found shot to death on a sidewalk in broad daylight on Long Island.  Rafael DeLossantos, age 23, of Baldwin, was found around 1:59 p.m., on Monday, Oct. 25 by Nassau County Police responding to a call for a car accident. According to detectives, officers received a call for an auto accident with injury. Upon arrival, they found DeLossantos on the sidewalk with a gunshot wound. Earlier Story: Man Found Shot Dead On Long Island Sidewalk He was pronounced dead at the scene by a Nassau County Police medic. The investigation is ongoing.  Detectives request anyone with information regarding this incident to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS.  All callers will remain anonymous.
    Two teenagers exchanged gunfire outside a Brooklyn public high school on Monday - the second time this month that a gang-related shootout took place near a New York City school.  This is the latest in a string of high-profile incidents of violent crime that have become more common throughout the five boroughs in the last 18 months, during which New York City has seen a rise in the number of shootings, felony assaults, and hate crimes.  Surveillance video obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com shows a teen in a dark-colored jacket and light sweat pants while wearing a hood over his head take out a weapon and fire it at another boy located across the street near Midwood High School in southern Brooklyn. Footage taken from another surveillance camera nearby shows one of the teens apparently running away from a gunman. Two teenagers exchanged gunfire outside a Brooklyn public high school on Monday - the second time this month that a gang-related shootout took place near a New York City school Surveillance video obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com shows a teen in a...
    Chicago thieves were seen on camera taking thousands of dollars worth of luxury purses from a store in the city.  Video released by the Chicago Police Department shows two suspects brazenly taking purses from a Bottega Veneta location near the Magnificent Mile. The incident occurred on Oct. 11 around 2:54 p.m. and resulted in thousands of dollars in stolen merchandise, CWBChicago reported, citing the police video and a source.  The video shows one suspect in the store walk to a door and allow a second suspect inside. The first suspect is seen pushing the store’s employee away as the two people wearing hoodies rush to the merchandise floor and start collecting purses to take.  CRIME CREEPS INTO CHICAGO SUBURBS AS GROUPS OF THIEVES ROB BLOOMINGDALE'S, LOUIS VUITTON Police are asking the public to come forward with any information on the incident.  (Chicago Police Department) The incident is far from an isolated one. The store was previously hit by a larger group of shoplifters on Sept. 20, when an employee admitted one person into the store, and 11 other suspects...
    Image source: Twitter video screenshot via @DionLimTV The crook then gets into the getaway vehicle's passenger seat, and the car takes off down the street as a woman emerges to check out the damage to the second vehicle. Image source: Twitter video screenshot via @DionLimTV Here's the video: A man named Joe Johnson sent this to me this morning. It’s dash cam footage of car break-ins in the Fisherman’s Wha… https://t.co/V35dyWOWVY — Dion Lim (@Dion Lim) 1634618546.0 How did folks react? San Francisco has been enduring a steady increase in brazen criminal acts of late, as the crooks seemingly have lost interest in sneaking around. Commenters on the video in Lim's post were none too pleased: "Seriously, this should be easiest of the crimes to get a handle," one user said. "It shows the unwillingness to deal with this crime from city officials." "San Francisco's permissiveness is the reality here," another commenter noted. "Decades of ignoring the little stuff and voting 'progressive.' Keep incentivizing criminal behavior with no...
    A law professor at the University of New Mexico was the victim of a car theft in broad daylight during a lecture on Albuquerque crime delivered by a George Soros-backed district attorney.  "My maroon 2018 Hyundai Sonata was stolen from the law school parking lot yesterday afternoon sometime between 2:00 and 5:30 p.m." law professor Mary Pareja wrote in an email to law students last Wednesday morning. The email was reviewed by Fox News.  "Pretty ironic that this happened while DA Torrez was at the law school talking about crime in Albuquerque," she added.  SOROS RESOURCES HELP DISTRICT ATTORNEY RACES GO LIBERAL Pareja noted in her email that police are looking into her case. The Albuquerque Police Department, however, did not respond to Fox News’s request for comment on the matter.  District Attorney Raul Torrez was on the campus delivering a lecture on rising crime in Albuquerque and bail reform, according to a flyer advertising the event that was also reviewed by Fox News.  The DA is currently running to be New Mexico’s next attorney general. He had the backing...
    THIS is the shocking moment a man is knifed to death through a car window by his own brother in broad daylight. Shocking CCTV footage captured the moment David Rogers, 32, lunged into the vehicle with the blade before he and his other brother escaped. 5David Rogers wielding a knife in the attack that killed his younger brotherCredit: SWNS 5Rogers plunged a knife into his brother Thomas' heart as he sat in his carCredit: SWNS 5Samuel Rogers was found guilty of manslaughter and faces nine years in prisonCredit: SWNS Thomas Rogers, 26, was sitting in his Vauxhall Astra when a grey car pulled up in front him and his brothers emerged with another man. David is then seen moving towards the passenger seat where Thomas is sat and plunging a knife through an open window and into his heart. Emergency services rushed to the scene and found the victim collapsed in the street, but he later died in hospital from a stab wound to the chest. His brothers David and Samuel Rogers, both 30, were arrested and charged with murder...
    A San Francisco man tried to stop thieves breaking into cars along the Embarcadero in broad daylight Wednesday, and was shot at in the process.The good Samaritan shouted at two men taking luggage out of a car, then followed them as they broke into another car and began taking photographs. That's when one of the thieves pulled a gun and fired at him, the witness said. SAN FRANCISCO CAR BREAK-INS UP OVER 750% IN SOME AREAS, POLICE SAY "Inaction leads to this action," the man, who wished to remain anonymous, told KRON4. "I heard shots fired, he aimed it at me and cocked it and I jumped behind the car I was standing next to and that’s when they got into their car and I stood up against and started hollering for people to stop them," the man said.   The witness was unharmed, and the car theft victims returned hours later to find nothing left. SAN FRANCISCO MAN SUCCUMBS TO INJURIES AFTER SLEEPING BAG WAS ALLEGEDLY SET ON FIREA second good Samaritan found some of the dumped luggage, contacted the victims and...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — After having a gun pointed at his side, the next thing Greg Cihak remembers is handing over his keys as crooks carjacked him right outside of his home of 30 years in Irving Park. He told CBS 2’s Jermont Terry that he never imagined he would be held up at gunpoint not far from his front door. READ MORE: 15-Year-Old Boy Shot While Riding Bike In Gage Park“Road rage stuff you hear about on the Edens but not a carjacking no,” Cihak said. A carjacking crew took this SUV in broad daylight in Albany Park He was not the only target. The crew who stole Cihak’s SUV is believed to be the same who took another SUV at 1 p.m. Tuesday afternoon in Albany Park. The two carjackings happened within eight minutes of each other. “He was actually very calm given the circumstance,” said a neighbor of the Albany Park man. “He was calmer than the rest of the neighborhood.” READ MORE: Pact Of Love: Separating Facts, Fiction In An Open AdoptionThe carjacking in daylight...
    Shocking video from New York City shows a homeless man suddenly snatch a three-year-old girl from her grandmother and run off Monday in a broad daylight kidnapping attempt in the Bronx.  Good Samaritans intervened and rescued the three-year-old from 27-year-old Santiago Salcedo’s clutches – before witnesses told WABC the homeless man then walked back across the street to his scooter, stared at people who called for the police, and then took off. Police located him later in the day. Surveillance footage obtained from the BP gas station on the corner of E. Tremont and Baisley Avenues in Schuylerville shows a 65-year-old woman walking along the sidewalk holding hands with her two toddler grandsons on one side and her three-year-old granddaughter on the other at about 1:20 p.m. A man seen with a comforter draped over his shoulders and back like a shawl approached the group at the corner. He suddenly bends down and grabs the girl, wrapping her in the blanket, before quickly running off.  NYC POLICE IDENTIFY ROBBERY SUSPECT WANTED IN BROAD DAYLIGHT BEAT DOWN OF ELDERLY WOMAN CAUGHT...
    The New York Police Department (NYPD) on Tuesday identified the robbery suspect still being sought after video captured the man attacking a 65-year-old woman in broad daylight, punching her and dragging her across the ground and into the street in broad daylight as several bystanders watched.   NYPD Crime Stoppers identified the suspect as Jeffery Evans, releasing a photo of the man still wanted for attempted robbery in connection to an incident that happened at 4:41 p.m. on Sept. 28 at the intersection of St. Edwards St. and Willoughby St. in Brooklyn’s Fort Greene neighborhood. ELDERLY NYC WOMAN DRAGGED, PUNCHED IN ATTEMPT TO STEAL PURSE IN BROAD DAYLIGHT, VIDEO SHOWS  Police released disturbing videos about a week ago showing a man hop off of his bicycle and run after a woman who heads into the middle of the street. He attempted to grab the woman’s bag, but she appears to resist and a struggle between the two ensued.  NYPD identified Jeffery Evans as the suspect wanted in connection to the broad daylight attempted robbery of an elderly woman in...
    Police detectives are investigating a shooting that occurred in broad daylight at a busy Long Island intersection. A woman, who was a passenger in a vehicle, was shot once in Farmingville at the intersection of Granny Road and Horseblock Road at approximately 2:10 p.m. Friday, Oct. 8, Suffolk County Police said. The woman, age 24, was transported to a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Detectives are asking anyone with information on the shooting to contact the Sixth Squad at 631-854-8652 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS. All calls will remain confidential. Check back to Daily Voice for updates.
    A 65-year-old New York City woman was seen on video being chased, dragged and punched during an attempted robbery in broad daylight last week, authorities said. The violent attack happened in Brooklyn’s Fort Greene neighborhood just before 5 p.m. on Sept. 28, the NYPD said. The woman is seen on surveillance video walking near the intersection of St. Edwards Street and Willoughby Avenue near Fort Greene Park when a man on a bicycle approaches her from behind. NYC WOMAN CHARGED WITH ATTEMPTED MURDER  IN UNPROVOKED TIMES SQUARE SUBWAY SHOVING The video shows the hooded man dismount from the bicycle and running after the woman, chasing her down the sidewalk and into the middle of the street. He is seen grabbing hold of her purse and swinging the woman around, but the victim refuses to let go of the purse. The suspect then punches the victim multiple times in the face and drags her on the ground before punching her again, according to the video. He is later seen fleeing empty-handed from the area on the bicycle. Police said the woman...
    Distressing footage shows a mugger chase an elderly can collector through a Brooklyn neighborhood beloved by celebrities before punching her and trying to wrestle her bag from her.    The surveillance camera footage - shared by the NYPD - shows the 65 year-old woman being chased down St Edwards Street and Willoughby Avenue in Fort Greene at 4:40pm on September 28, with the hooded mugger in hot pursuit.  She was seen running onto the road in a bid to escape his clutches, with the mugger - whose face was partially covered with a mask - punching the woman as he tried to wrestle her handbag from her.    The incident happened on the edge of Fort Greene Park, widely regarded as one of Brooklyn - and New York's - ritziest neighborhoods, with median house prices of $1.1 million.  Fort Greene's leafy avenues are lined with immaculate brownstones, with celebrity residents including of the area including movie stars Christina Ricci, Adrian Grenier, Holly Hunter and supermodel Alek Wek.  The would-be mugger drags and punches elderly woman in broad daylight On Thursday, video was...
    Anything else? The station, citing Atlanta Public Schools, said the exterior doors of David T. Howard Middle School — which is across the street from the shooting scene — were locked while police conducted their investigation, and no students or staff were allowed outside. In addition, WSB said the school was forced to alter its release plans: bus pick-up was moved to the Randolph Street NE side of the school and parents picked up their children on the John Wesley Dobbs Ave. NE side. The school district also canceled all after-school activities at the middle school, WAGA-TV reported.
    Disturbing new video shows the moment a black-clad trio descend on a 19-year-old in the East Village — pulling him to the ground and taking turns punching and stabbing him. The broad-daylight savagery happened Sunday outside 254 East 3rd Street around 5:45 p.m., said police, as they released video in hopes of nabbing two of the attackers. THIS ‘MAN OF STEAL’ LEADS NYC RECORD-SHATTERING SHOPLIFTING SURGE WITH 46 ARRESTS  The harrowing clip shows one of the assailants tossing a metal scooter at the victim, knocking him to the ground and one of the suspects holding the teen as the other repeatedly slugs him in the face. Photo of trio of assailants stabbing a victim, photo courtesy of the NYPD's DCPI. (NYPD DCPI) A third person then jumps into the fray — knifing the victim several times in the back and shoulder before the three then bolt. One of the attackers was arrested Monday — a 14-year-old boy, whose name was not released because of his age. He was charged with assault, cops said. The two others remain in the...
    Shocking surveillance footage shows the moment three men repeatedly punched and stabbed a 19-year-old male victim after chasing him through the East Village in New York City. In the video, captured Sunday at 5:45 pm, the victim darts between two parked cars on East Third Street, trying to evade his pursuers.  One man flings a metal scooter over the hood of one of the parked cars at the victim, knocking him down, and another grabs him.  Surveillance footage shows the moment three men repeatedly punch and stab a 19-year-old male victim in broad daylight in the East Village - a 14-year-old was charged with assault for the Sunday attack, and his two accomplices remain at large In the video, captured at 5.45 pm, the victim darts between two parked cars on 254 East 3rd Street, trying to evade his pursuers One man flings a metal scooter over the hood of one of the cars at the victim, knocking him down, and the other grabs him One of the men holds the 19-year-old down while another man punches him repeatedly in...
    Authorities responded to a shooting Monday at an Amtrak station in Tucson, Arizona, that left one Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agent and the suspect dead, Fox News reported. A suspect opened fire at law enforcement officers in the Counter Narcotics Alliance, a task force made up of local and federal law enforcement, as they spoke with another passenger during a routine check for drugs and illegal guns, Fox News reported. Two DEA agents and a Tucson police officer were also hospitalized following the incident, according to Fox News. One DEA agent died after sustaining multiple gunshot wounds, the outlet reported. According to Tucson Police Chief Chris Magnus, the suspected shooter hid inside a train bathroom after exchanging gunfire with the officers and was later found dead. It remains unclear if the suspect was shot and killed by law enforcement, or if he took his own life. Evan Courtney, a passenger aboard the train traveling from Los Angeles to New Orleans, began filming after law enforcement officers arrived on the scene. Police with assault rifles are on the scene at Tuscon...
    ADULT website Pornhub has launched a probe after three fake casting cars were spotted in a posh West Yorkshire town in broad daylight. Worried locals have expressed their concerns over the bright pink cars but the company declines the vehicles were theirs. 2Fake casting cars were spotted across the cityCredit: MEN Media 2Locals expressed their concern but the firm says they are not their vehiclesCredit: MEN Media However, Pornhub has strongly denied the vehicles belonged to them insisting they are investigating the matter. The cars featuring the Canadian streaming firm's logo were spotted in various locations across Ilkley, including Golden Butts Road and North Parade. They all had a sign on the rear window that read "Pornhub Casting Car". A local branded the incident "disgusting" and told YorkshireLive she had written a Post-It note which she was going to post on the car windscreen. It read: "please park somewhere else - it's highly inappropriate as there are children walking along the road." Another woman wondered if the cars were part of a stag do as she had seen one outside...
    The identity has been released of a man who was shot and killed in broad daylight on a residential Long Island street. It happened on Friday, Sept. 24 at 5:15 p.m. in Elmont. Officers responded to a call for multiple shots fired in the rear of 100 Raff Ave. and upon arrival, discovered the man who had been shot, Nassau County Police said. The victim, now identified as Khasiem Woton, age 20, of Elmont. was pronounced dead at a local area hospital by a physician at around 5:55 p.m. Sept. 24. The investigation is ongoing. Detectives ask anyone with information about this crime to contact Nassau County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS. All callers will remain anonymous. Original report: Suspect At Large After Man Shot, Killed In Broad Daylight On Residential Long Island Street This continues to be a developing story. Check back to Daily Voice for updates.
    The New York Police Department released a video Thursday showing a gunman chasing down a victim and shooting him in broad daylight. The video shows the suspect wearing a disguise as he chases his target and fires multiple rounds before taking off. One bullet hit the victim in the left leg, the New York Post reported. (RELATED: High School To Stay Closed After 3 Students Shot In A Drive-By Shooting) ????WANTED for ASSAULT: Do you know this guy? On 7/27/21 at approx 4:20 PM, in front of 2040 5th Ave in Manhattan, the suspect firing a gun several times, striking a 34-year-old male in the left leg. Any information? DM @NYPDTips, or anonymously call them at 800-577-TIPS. pic.twitter.com/JbWr8jcrbM — NYPD NEWS (@NYPDnews) September 30, 2021 The victim was taken to Harlem Hospital and was in stable condition while being treated for his injuries, according to the New York Post. The shooting occurred on 126th Street in Harlem, New York on July 27 around 4:20 p.m., Patch reported. The identity of the suspect remains unclear. However, police released surveillance images...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Caught on camera in broad daylight: Two men slowly wheel away a fridge that doesn’t belong to them. It belonged to the community of Midwood, Brooklyn. READ MORE: Gabby Petito's Family Speaks Publicly For 1st Time Since Her Body Was Found: 'We Can't Let Her Name Be Taken In Vain'“Good for the people. I feel very sad,” said Waqil Ahmed, founder of Pakistani American Youth Organization, or PAYO. Ahmed is the man who set up the community refrigerator says he stepped outside on Friday, Sept. 17th. “There’s no fridge,” he said. Ahmed checked his surveillance and watched in disbelief. “The guy took it like this is garbage,” he said. “Like they paid for it. They didn’t pay for it. This is organization, money, people money.” Since April, it helped supplement food for the hungry in between PAYO’s food pantry distributions. “This fridge used to feed more than 100 people every day,” Ahmed said. Now, a power cord waits for a replacement. Community members shared mixed reactions to the theft. READ MORE: Caught On Video: Police Say Man Suspected...
    "One of those gangs has been targeting upmarket designer stores on the city's Magnificent Mile, whose businesses were hit by looting in summer 2020 during riots in the wake of George Floyd's murder," the Daily Mail report continued. Two of the gangs have reportedly targeted at least three Ulta stores in the city, and the third gang has reportedly been raiding drugs stores for cigarettes. According to a Tuesday report from WLS-TV, the thieves were able to get away with at least $10,000 in merchandise during the raid. A spokesperson for Ulta told the station, "At Ulta Beauty, the safety of our associates and guests is our highest priority. We are aware of the criminal activity at our Norridge store over the weekend and are cooperating with local police as they conduct the investigation. We are thankful that no one in the store was harmed during this incident and will continue to work with authorities and our security partners to ensure our stores are safe destinations for all." Authorities have not...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Illinois State Police on Sunday afternoon were investigating a shooting that left a 17-year-old boy wounded in broad daylight on the Dan Ryan Expressway. At 9:20 a.m., shots were fired from one car toward another in the southbound local lanes of the Dan Ryan near 43rd Street, state police said. READ MORE: 6 Killed, 41 Wounded In Weekend Shootings Across Chicago The car that was fired upon was damaged, but the driver and front-seat passenger – a 38-year-old man and a 41-year-old woman from Chicago, respectively – were not injured. However, a 17-year-old boy in the back seat was shot and was taken to an area hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, state police said. READ MORE: Woman Shot, Killed While Traveling In Car In North Austin The southbound local lanes of the Dan Ryan were shut down for 24 minutes starting at 11 a.m. between 35th and 47th streets. MORE NEWS: Man Shot, Critically Wounded In Car Downtown Anyone who witnessed the shooting or has any knowledge of it is asked to contact the ISP by phone at...
    A suspect is at large after a man was shot and killed in broad daylight on a residential Long Island street. It happened on Friday, Sept. 24 at 5:15 p.m. in Elmont. Officers responded to a call for multiple shots fired in the rear of 100 Raff Ave. and upon arrival, discovered the man who had been shot, Nassau County Police said. The victim was pronounced dead at a local area hospital by a physician at around 5:55 p.m. The investigation is ongoing. The victim's identity has not yet been released. Detectives ask anyone with information about this crime to contact Nassau County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS. All callers will remain anonymous. This is a developing story. Check back to Daily Voice for updates.
    All three suspects face charges of attempted first-degree murder on a law enforcement officer with a firearm and aggravated assault with a firearm. None of the officers were injured in the ambush. "We are very fortunate not to be speaking about an officer-involved shooting where we may have lost one of our officers in this incident," Orlando Police Chief Orlando Rolón told FOX 35 Orlando on Tuesday. "We're kind of puzzled as to how this happened. Again, the officers simply pulled up, as they tried to make contact, before they could get out of their car, there are shots that went into that vehicle that they were in." "They (the officers) literally had to return fire from or shot their weapons from the inside of the vehicle that they were in," Rolón added. Rolón said the two officers were responding to a Crimeline tip, WKMG-TV reported. "The rigorous training our officers receive for this kind of situation potentially saved their lives," Rolón wrote on Twitter. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement is investigating the shooting.We are very thankful...
    Police have released footage of a drive-by shooting which left a 26-year-old man dead and injured five others in Philadelphia.  The surveillance footage captures a silver car with tinted windows as it approaches a group of people hanging out at the 1300 block of West Chew Avenue, in front of The Olney Arts Center, at 2.15pm on Monday. As it passes the group of around a dozen men and women, a suspect in the back seat raises the gun to the open window and opens fire. The victims immediately scatter and drop to the floor, trying to shield themselves from the bullets. Meanwhile, the silver car has not slowed down and calmly drives away from the scene. Police say the car did at least one loop of the area before opening fire.  Philadelphia Police responded to reports of the shooting and found six wounded victims, aged 19 to 28., who were transported to Einstein Medical Center.  A 26-year-old was so badly injured with gunshot wounds to his chest that he died at the hospital. Police have not released the name of the...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Sacramento police on Friday said there have been multiple robberies on Stockton Boulevard in the last two days. All involved women older than 50, and the suspects got away. Police will increase patrols on Stockton Boulevard in both marked and unmarked vehicles. READ MORE: 2 Now-Former Stockton Police Officers Charged In Beating During Arrest Of Teen One robbery that happened under similar circumstances on Stockton Boulevard last week was caught on camera, outside of the Sacramento Police Department’s jurisdiction. The surveillance video showed a 73-year-old woman being followed and pulled to the ground and dragged. The thief took off with her purse. This was in Sacramento County. And now police have seen a surge in the same type of crime within Sacramento city limits. They said there have been four robberies in just the last two days on Stockton Boulevard. READ MORE: 2 Arrests Made In Connection To 2019 Fatal Shooting Of Teen In Stockton “They’re still connecting all of the dots. So we can’t really say right now that they’re all related, but what we do...
    THIS is the horrifying moment a masked thug stabs a man in the back and face with a huge blade today. The attacker was caught on dashcam footage knifing his victim, 25, in broad daylight in East London. 3A masked attacker was filmed stabbing a man in the back in East LondonCredit: Twitter 3The hooded assailant then lunged at the man's face with the huge bladeCredit: Twitter The injured man fled in terror as the knifeman chased him after stabbing him around 8.20am in Stepney. Shocking video captured by a passing car shows the pair exchanging words moments before the chilling stabbing. The victim in a grey body warmer turns and walks away from the masked attacker, who is dressed all in black, on Belgrave Street. But the hooded knifeman whips around and surges towards him before plunging the blade into his back. KNIFE HORROR He then jabs the weapon towards the man's face as he puts up his hand to defend himself. The shocked victim sprints away from the hooded assailant, who carries on running into a park. Most...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Just one week after a group of outdoor diners were robbed at gunpoint on Melrose Avenue in Fairfax, a second such brazen daylight robbery has occurred on the same stretch of Melrose. Surveillance video of the robbery. Sept. 14, 2021. (LAPD) The robbery occurred at a clothing store at about 12:30 p.m. Tuesday in the 7800 block of Melrose Avenue. According to Los Angeles police, when the masked suspect entered the store, he was approached by an employee who assumed he was a customer. However, the suspect instead pointed a handgun at the employee, gave him two white trash bags and told him to fill them up with clothes, shoes and cash. The employee complied and the suspect ran away, police said. This comes after two armed men robbed a group of people while they were dining outdoors at Le Creme Cafe in the 7300 block of Melrose Avenue in the late afternoon hours of Sept. 7. The suspected getaway driver, identified as 23-year-old Quioness Wilson, was arrested the following day. However, the two armed robbers...
    A TEENAGE girl has been raped in broad daylight in an alleyway near a pub in Bradford. The 18-year-old was attacked on Market Street, Wibsey yesterday afternoon, cops confirmed. 6The teen, 18, was raped on Market Street, WibseyCredit: MEN Media Police were called last night and a cordon is now in place as their enquiries continue. Detectives have launched an investigation into the shocking attack, but no arrests have yet been made.  The sight of the cordon caused a lot of concern among residents in the area, according to YorkshireLive. Worried locals have expressed their fear after the attack took place in the Wibsey alleyway between Market Street and Hardy Street.  Gemma Wright, 20, who lives in the next street to where the attack happened, told the MailOnline: "Its terrifying to think that women aren't safe here, even during daylight hours.  "How did nobody hear or see anything? 'Me and my girlfriends are scared that it could happen to us." Most read in The US SunNATION MOURNS Bidens, Obamas, & Clintons pay respects on 20th anniversary of attackWHERE'S DONNY? Find...