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    Santa Fe County District Attorney Mary Carmack-Altwies countered actor Alec Baldwin's claim that he's in the clear with respect to criminal charges over his involvement in the deadly shooting on the set of "Rust." Baldwin made the claim during his first sit-down interview about what happened before a revolver fired, killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and injuring director Joel Souza.  The actor said he'd been in touch with people who assured him it was "highly unlikely" he would face criminal charges. But Carmack-Altwies says no one who handled guns on the movie set has been cleared of criminal culpability. Santa Fe County District Attorney Mary Carmack-Altwies claimed "everyone involved" in the handling of the guns on the set of ‘Rust’ could be criminally culpable for the death of Halyna Hutchins. (Photo by Jeff Neira/ABC via Getty Images) CELEBRITIES RALLY AROUND ALEC BALDWIN WHILE PUBLIC CRITICIZES HIM FOLLOWING TELL-ALL ‘RUST’ INTERVIEW "Everyone involved in the handling and use of firearms on the set had a duty to behave in a manner such that the safety of others was protected, and it...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The four officers who are federally charged in the death of George Floyd will be tried together, after a motion was denied to sever three of the officers from Derek Chauvin, who has already been convicted of murder in Floyd’s death. A federal grand jury indicted Chauvin, Kueng, Thao and Lane in May, alleging they violated Floyd’s rights while acting under government authority as Floyd was restrained face-down, handcuffed and not resisting. READ MORE: Dave Chappelle's George Floyd-Inspired '8:46' Nominated For GrammyIn August, attorneys for J. Kueng and Tou Thao argued that their clients would be unfairly prejudiced if they went to trial alongside Chauvin. An attorney for Thomas Lane filed a motion asking to join in his co-defendants’ request. Keung’s attorney, Tom Plunkett, said evidence against Chauvin would confuse the jury and deprive Kueng of his right to a fair trial. He also said there is a conflict of interest due to Chauvin’s level of culpability in Floyd’s death, saying “the jurors will not be able to follow the Court’s instructions and compartmentalize the evidence as...
    GABBY Petito's family is waiting to see if more people will be charged in case before commenting on Brian Laundrie's autopsy results. "The Schmidt and Petito family has been aware of the circumstances surrounding the suicide of the sole suspect in Gabby's murder," the statement began. 1Gabby Petito's family attorney revealed they would not be commenting on Brian Laundrie's autopsy resultsCredit: Dr OZ "Gabby's family will not be making a statement at this time due to the request of the United States Attorney's Office and the Teton County Prosecutor's Office. "The family was asked to not make any comments and let the FBI continue their investigation. The family was also asked to wait for the United States Attorney's Office to make a determination on whether any additional individuals will be charged. "When that determination is made, we will have a statement." More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. The-sun.com is your go-to destination for the best celebrity news, sport news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Like us on...
    AN EIGHT-year-old autistic girl has been found dead as her mom is set to be charged with murder. Gwinnett County police confirmed that a body they found on Tuesday is Nicole Amari Hall. 1 Nicole was last seen by her mom at the Hometown Studios Hotel in Peachtree Corners, Georgia. Cops said that after doing an extensive search and talking to the girl's mom and partner, they realized they were not dealing with a missing persons case. "We conducted an extensive search and there was no sign of Amari," J. D. McCoy with the Gwinnett County Police Department said. "Additionally, we believed Amari at this point was not necessarily missing." Most read in News'STILL MOURNING' Brian Laundrie's cause of death revealed as family hopes for 'closure'R.I.P. LOLA 'World's oldest ever person' who was born in the 19th century dies aged 124TRAGIC LOSS Malcolm X's daughter found dead days after 2 men exonerated for his murderExclusive'THROWN IN AIR' Parade dancer, 11, told docs 'glue me back together' after being hit by SUVCHILLING LYRICS Parade driver wrote anti-Trump rap & declared...
    A 39-year-old career criminal will face multiple homicide counts after allegedly plowing through a Christmas parade on Sunday in Waukesha, Wisconsin, killing five people and injuring at least 48 others, Waukesha Police Chief Dan Thompson said Monday.  Darrell Brooks acted alone and was fleeing a domestic dispute that occurred moments before he drove through the crowd, according to police.  "He drove right through the barricades and the officers," Thompson said at a press conference on Monday. "When an officer tried to engage and stop the threat, he still continued through the crowd." Thompson emphasized that this was not a terrorist attack and authorities don't believe that Brooks knew anyone in the parade.  WAUKESHA CHRISTMAS PARADE ATTACK: 5 DEAD, 48 INJURED, DARRELL BROOKS NAMED AS SUSPECT: LIVE UPDATES Waukesha District Attorney Susan L. Opper said she expects to file homicide charges against Brooks when he appears in court on Tuesday, and bail should be set so high that he can't get out of jail before trial.  "We don't have 'held without bail' in Wisconsin, but we will expect to be asking for high cash...
    Police will charge a 39-year-old Wisconsin man with five counts of intentional homicide for allegedly driving an SUV into a Christmas parade on Sunday, killing at least five adults. At a press conference Monday, Dan Thompson, chief of the Waukesha Police Department, told reporters that Darrell E. Brooks, who was captured shortly after the attack, would face homicide charges. At least five adults between the ages of 52 and 81 died, while more than 40  more were injured, including over a dozen children, The New York Times reported. Brooks was release from custody after posting a $1,000 cash bail after being accused of running over the mother of his child in a gas station parking lot in early November, the NYT reported. Police said that Brooks driving through a crowd of people was unrelated to terrorism and that they were not pursuing Brooks at the time. “We have no information that Brooks knew anyone in the parade,” Thompson told reporters. (RELATED: ‘The Revolution Has Started’: BLM Activist Claims, Without Evidence, Wisconsin Attack Might Be Retribution For Rittenhouse Verdict) Police block off...
    The boyfriend of a mom-to-be in Texas has been charged with capital murder for allegedly killing the young woman after he found out she was pregnant. Police on Monday announced the arrest of Kwanmaine Travion Boyd, 25, who is accused of shooting 25-year-old Cavanna Smith in the head last month and leaving her dead body in the middle of a Houston street. She was four-and-a-half weeks pregnant at the time of her death, according to a criminal complaint filed in Harris County District Court. Boyd, who went on the run, is unemployed and has no income, but is responsible for $250 a month in support payments for his four children, who range in age from 1 to 5, states a financial affidavit filed Friday. He was booked into the Harris County Jail on Friday at 9:26 p.m. and is being held without bail. “I’m glad that he’s been arrested,” Smith’s mother, Patricia Crockett, told The Daily Beast on Monday, describing her family as “very emotional and distraught” over Smith’s death. “Whatever happens to him, if justice is served, I’m glad....
    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4)– Police in Aurora have arrested a 16-year-old male in connection to the shooting outside Hinkley High School in Aurora on Friday afternoon. Police say the teenager is not among those who were shot. (credit: CBS) Three students were shot outside Hinkley High School in Aurora on Friday afternoon, just days after 6 Aurora Central High School students were shot at Nome Park. Aurora police said that his name would not be released and they continue to identify and arrest the other suspects involved in the shooting. UPDATE: A 16-year-old male is in custody & charged w/ Attempt Murder. His name will not be released. Detectives are working diligently to positively identify & arrest the other involved suspects. Investigation is ongoing. Still asking witnesses to send tips to @CrimeStoppersCO. https://t.co/4UiV0RdFun — Aurora Police Dept ???? (@AuroraPD) November 20, 2021 Shots were fired in the parking lot of the high school located at 1250 South Chambers Road in Aurora just after noon Friday. More than a dozen gunshots were heard in the parking lot at the time of...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Police in Wisconsin say a motorist crashed into a city hall Tuesday morning with alcohol and “resentment about a citation” believed to be factors. Cumberland police say the motorist crashed through the front doors shortly before 3 a.m., causing extensive property damage. According to the police, it was “apparent the act was intentional” when looking at video surveillance. The driver also confirmed that he intentionally struck the building and that he was upset that a Cumberland police officer gave a citation to a family member. The city hall was closed at the time of the crash, but the Cumberland Police Department is also located in the building. There was an officer on duty and seated inside about 20 feet from where the vehicle entered the building, police said. There were no injuries. The driver was arrested for pending charges of criminal damage to property, recklessly endangering safety, negligent operation of a vehicle and operating while intoxicated. The incident is under investigation. WCCO-TV does not typically name people arrested until they are formally charged with a crime.  ...
    EX-ENGLAND star Gareth Barry has been charged by the FA over an alleged secret deal to buy a half stake in Swindon. The former Manchester City and Aston Villa hero could face a ban from working in football if the case goes against him. 2One-time England star Gareth Barry has denied investing in Swindon but faces an FA chargeCredit: Getty Barry, 40, faced no action seven months ago when the League Two outfit, ex-chairman Lee Power and Barry’s agent Michael Standing were rapped by the FA. But behind the scenes football’s ruling body have investigated claims made in court by Power that Barry stumped up £800,000 to buy into Swindon in 2013. Barry has denied investing in Swindon or agreeing to a deal with Power. At the time he was playing for Everton and such an investment would have breached FA club ownership rules.  The FA said in a statement: “It is alleged that Gareth Barry also breached Intermediary Regulations in relation to the ownership and/or funding of Swindon Town FC. “Swindon Town FC, Lee Power, First Touch Pro Management, Michael...
    Authorities issued a statewide alert for five inmates who escaped from the Pulaski County Law Enforcement Center in Georgia on Friday. “A Blue Alert, Georgia’s emergency alert issued by local law enforcement to speed the apprehension of violent criminals who kill or seriously injure law enforcement officers and to aid in the location of missing law enforcement officers, has been issued,” Fox 5 reported Saturday. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) shared photos of Tyree Williams, Tyres Montan Jackson, Lewis Wendell Evans, Brandon Pooler, and Dennis Penix Jr. whom investigators explained were able to leave the facility at approximately 11:15 p.m. on Friday. The subjects have violent criminal histories, two of them are charged with murder, and the group was in possession of two Tasers, the agency said, adding, “If Encountered Do Not Approach — Call 911”: ???? Pulaski Blue Alert ???? If you see them, call 911. Posted by Georgia Bureau of Investigation on Saturday, November 13, 2021 “The inmates were supposed to be in lockdown. One of two jailers working was in a cell talking to an inmate when...
    SCHAUMBURG, Ill. (WLS) -- A man whose role in the U.S. Capitol riot caused his firing at an Illinois tech company will be sentenced Friday.Bradley Rukstales, 53, of Inverness threw a chair while inside the Capitol on Jan. 6, investigators said.The Donald Trump supporter pleaded guilty to willfully demonstrating and picketing inside the Capitol. Rukstales was fired as president and CEO of Cogensia, a Schaumburg-based tech company, after being charged.RELATED: US Capitol riots: Feds arrest Illinois man allegedly seen fighting National Guard on Tik Tok"I condemn the violence and destruction that took place," Rukstales said. "It was the single worst personal decision of my life; I have no excuse for my actions and wish that I could take them back."Rukstales is the first Illinois resident to be found guilty. At least 13 Illinoisans have been charged in Washington.Prosecutors want a 45-day sentence, while the defense wants probation.The Associated Press contributed to this report.
    Southern California drug dealers whose clients die of fentanyl poisoning can now be charged with murder, prosecutors said this week as opioid deaths skyrocket 1,500 percent throughout the state. As deaths mount in Orange County - where coroners are processing the toxicology results of 450 drug-related deaths - prosecutors are being given the green light to pursue murder charges for those who sell or manufacture fentanyl-laced drugs that kill someone. ‘These are not overdoses,’ Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer said during a press conference Tuesday. 'These are murders.' Fentanyl deaths have spiked 1,000 percent in Orange County over the past five years as a result of the drug being falsely marketed as other less potent drugs, the Orange County District Attorney’s office said. Fentanyl deaths have jumped more than 1,500 percent statewide. The drug is believed to be 60 to 100 times more potent than morphine.  Scroll down for video  Flanked by photos and relatives of fentanyl victims, Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer (center at podium) announced November 10 that dealers who sell fentanyl-laced drugs to clients who...
    SILVER SPRING, Md. (WJZ) — A 16-year-old Montgomery Blair High School student accused of stabbing a classmate on Monday will be charged as an adult, Montgomery County police said. The teenaged boy is facing charges of attempted second-degree murder, first-degree assault and reckless endangerment, police said. On Monday about 10:01 a.m., officers responded to the parking lot of the school for a report of a stabbing. A boy was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries, police said. The suspect was taken into custody at 1 p.m. after questioning from detectives.
    ST. LOUIS (AP) — A St. Louis County man is charged with two separate killings, and police are trying to determine if he was involved in at least four other homicides in Missouri and Kansas. Perez Deshay Reed, 25, of Bellefontaine Neighbors, was charged Saturday with two counts of first-degree murder, three counts of armed criminal action and one count of first-degree assault. He is suspected of killing a 16-year-old girl, Marnay Haynes, on Sept. 13, and in the fatal shooting of 40-year-old Lester Robinson on Sept. 26. He is also accused of a third shooting in St. Louis County that left a person with permanent disabilities. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, citing a police affidavit filed in federal court, said Reed could be tied to at least four other homicides and additional shootings. Among them: Police are investigating if Reed killed Damon Irvin and Daja Fairrow, whose bodies were found earlier this month in an apartment complex in Kansas City, Kansas. Charges have not been filed in those killings. Meanwhile, St. Louis city police said Monday they plan to...
    TRAVIS Scott could potentially face criminal charges in connection with the fatal Astroworld festival, a legal expert told the US Sun. Possible charges could include misdemeanors inciting a riot, disorderly conduct and endangering the welfare of a minor, Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University Professor Leslie Garfield Tenzer told the US Sun. 4Rapper Travis Scott performs during the Houston concert where eight people died and dozens others were injuredCredit: AP:Associated Press 4There was an estimated 50,000 people in attendance during the fatal concertCredit: AP:Associated Press On November 5, eight people lost their lives during the Astroworld concert at the NRG Park in Houston when a crowd of around 50,000 people stampeded forward during Scott's performance. Those killed ranged in ages from 14 to 27. To win a criminal case involving those charges, prosecutors would have to prove that Scott, 30, encouraged the crowd to rush the stage while aware of the risk, said Tenzer, who specializes in negligence and liability. That would almost certainly need a smoking gun, something like a video urging on the crowd...
    A 24-year-old Honduran national who has been charged with the murder of a Florida man reportedly entered the U.S. illegally claiming to be an unaccompanied minor. The New York Post reports that Yery Noel Medina Ulloa was arrested in early October in Jacksonville, Florida after he was found covered in blood and was charged with the death of Francisco Javier Cuellar, a father-of-four who had taken him in. Ulloa was 23-years-old when arrested but has since turned 24.  BORDER PATROL IN TEXAS NAB 2 ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT CHILD SEX OFFENDERS IN UNDER 2 HOURS The Post reports that on Oct. 13 authorities learned that he had told border authorities in Texas earlier this year that he was a teenager named Reynel Alexander Hernandez.  The Biden administration is not removing unaccompanied children under Title 42 public health protections and has instead been processing them into the country and uniting them with sponsors when possible. The Post reported that Ulloa was placed in a shelter, given a Notice to Appear and released. An ICE spokesman confirmed to Fox News that ICE had filed...
    Las Vegas Raiders quarterback Derek Carr wants his former teammate Henry Ruggs III to know he still has people in his corner, even as the wide receiver faces charges for a DUI that left one person dead. “If no one else will do it, I’ll do it,” Carr said of supporting Ruggs. Early Tuesday morning, Ruggs was involved in a fiery car crash that resulted in the death of one person and one dog. Ruggs was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries and will face charges of DUI resulting in death. The Raiders released the 22-year-old wide receiver after prosecutors alleged Ruggs was driving his Chevrolet Corvette 156mph while intoxicated more than twice the legal limit when he crashed into a Toyota RAV4, killing the driver and her dog. “My emotions have been on a roller coaster so to speak this year,” Carr told reporters Wednesday. “My heart goes out so much. I’ll try to say it with a straight face because I’ve already been emotional about every bit of this. But to the family, to all the...
    CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Police expected to charge a local man Thursday with abducting a 4-year-old girl from her family’s camping tent 18 days before police smashed into a locked house and rescued her in an outcome celebrated around Australia. The 36-year-old man was arrested early Wednesday around the time that police found Cleo Smith alone in the house in the town of Carnarvon. “My name is Cleo,” the smiling girl told the police officers who rescued her and asked her name as confirmation that they had found the right child. Police Minister Paul Papalia said the suspect, a Carnarvon local, would likely be charged on Thursday. He did not detail those charges, but said the police investigation was continuing. Cleo had disappeared with her sleeping bag on Oct. 16, the second day of a family camping trip at a campground on Australia’s remote western coast north of Carnarvon, a community of 5,000 people where her family lives less than 10 minutes drive from the house where she was found. Media have reported he raised suspicion among locals when he...
    The ex-husband of Heidi Planck says he suspects the missing 39-year-old Los Angeles accountant's disappearance is linked to her job as he revealed that federal investigators called him to ask questions about her boss. Jim Wayne met Planck on October 17 to watch their 10-year-old son play football. He said she seemed 'antsy' and 'edgy' when they met. After the game, Planck vanished. Police have released home surveillance footage of Heidi leaving her home with her dog, Seven, in the Reynier Village district of Los Angeles on October 17.  She has not been seen since. According to Wayne, he received a phone call from an official with the Securities and Exchange Commission asking about Jason Sugarman, the managing partner at Camden Capital Partners LLC, the company that employs Planck. Jim Wayne, the ex-husband of Heidi Planck, says he suspect's the missing 39-year-old Los Angeles accountant's disappearance is linked to her job as he revealed that federal investigators called him to ask questions about her boss. Jim Wayne is seen right with his then-wife in 2008 Jim Wayne met Planck on...
    Biden announces rule to limit methane leaks, targeting oil and gas industry at COP26 climate summit House Vote on Biden’s Agenda Imperiled by Moderate Democrats © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Raiders receiver Henry Ruggs faces a felony charge of DUI resulting in death after an overnight auto accident resulted in a fatality. It’s a horrible situation for the family of the victim, and it’s yet another reminder that anyone who is under the influence of any substance should take advantage of the various methods for getting a ride by clicking a button or two on a phone. Ruggs faces, under Nevada law, between two and 20 years in prison, if convicted. Even if he’s not convicted, he faces potential league consequences. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, the NFL believes that Ruggs will be eligible for paid leave under the Personal Conduct Policy, once he’s formally charged with a felony. Paid leave would last until the prosecution is concluded and final punishment is imposed by the league....
    Football star Henry Ruggs will be charged with felony driving under the influence resulting in death after he crashed into a car early Tuesday, killing a woman inside. The 22-year-old breakout wide receiver 'showed signs of impairment' after ramming his Corvette into the back of an SUV at 3.39am in the Spring Valley area of Las Vegas, according to the Las Vegas Metro Police Department. Ruggs was taken to the University Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries. It's not yet clear how the passenger of the other vehicle died. The Associated Press reports that the passenger was a woman. The Alabama native is known for 'religiously' giving a three-finger salute to his late friend Roderic Scott after every touchdown, according to the Montgomery Advertiser. Scott lost his life in a car accident at the age of 17.  Henry Ruggs III, 22, will be charged with DUI resulting in death after a crash Tuesday morning Police say he rammed his Corvette into an SUV that went up in flames. The person inside died Police say they found a Toyota RAV4 in flames when they...
    Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Henry Ruggs III will face DUI charges after being involved in a fiery car crash early Tuesday morning. According to the Las Vegas Metro Police Department, the incident resulted in one death. The crash reportedly occurred around 3:39am involving a Toyota RAV4 and a Chevrolet Corvette, which Ruggs was driving. Initial findings from the on-going investigation shows the Corvette collided into the rear of the Toyota. The 22-year-old NFL wide receiver was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, while one person in the Toyota was found dead. Hector Mejia, reporter for Las Vegas’ CBS affiliate 8 News Now, recorded video from the scene which showed two charred vehicles. Rainbow is still closed in both directions while fatal investigators get a better look with daylight. Waiting for @LVMPD to release info on injuries or fatalities. @8NewsNow https://t.co/cS6w8Rrvb5 pic.twitter.com/SsO85v66VM — Hector Mejia (@hectormejianews) November 2, 2021 The police report states Ruggs remained at the scene after the crash and showed signs of impairment. Ruggs will be charged with “DUI resulting...
    LAS VEGAS (CBSLA) – Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Henry Ruggs III will face drunken driving charges after he was allegedly behind the wheel of a Corvette that was involved in a fiery crash early Tuesday morning which left one person dead. FILE — Henry Ruggs III of the Las Vegas Raiders walks off the field before a preseason game against the Seattle Seahawks at Allegiant Stadium on Aug. 14, 2021. (Getty Images) READ MORE: Hoarding Hazard: 8-Foot-High Pile Of Trash Covering Front, Backyards Of Koreatown Home Attracting Cockroaches, RatsThe collision occurred just before 3:40 a.m. at Rainbow Boulevard and South Spring Valley Parkway. According to Las Vegas Metropolitan police, the 22-year-old Ruggs was driving a Chevrolet Corvette that rear-ended a Toyota Rav4. The collision set the Toyota ablaze, police said. READ MORE: 'LeClone': Fans Dumbfounded By Timely Photo Of LeBron James In Front Of DoppelgängerFirefighters responded to find the driver of the Toyota dead at the scene. Ruggs appeared impaired at the scene and was taken to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. He will be charged with...
    FANS have slammed Henry Ruggs III saying that his career is over before a reportedly fatal crash, as the athlete may face 20 years behind bars. Ruggs III is set to be charged with DUI after one was killed in the accident when he reportedly hit a car while impaired. 1The wide receiver was reportedly in a car crashCredit: Getty Images - Getty "But uh yeah, Henry Ruggs career is over," one user wrote on Twitter following the horrific news. Another said "Henry Ruggs is an idiot," while others claimed his "career is clipped wow." Law in Nevada claims that "if a person is convicted of a DUI which causes substantial bodily harm, or death, in another person, it is a FELONY offense." It would be classed as a category B Felony, which "is the second most severe level of Felony in Nevada law." This could be punishable by a minimum of two years in prison, but a maximum term of 20. Most read in The US SunSHOCK FIND 'Gator bones' found where Laundrie's remains recovered after eerie pic postedJESSICA'S...
    Embattled former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is expected to be arrested and charged with a misdemeanor for allegedly groping a former aide, according to multiple reports. Months after he resigned from office following the release of the Attorney General’s report into sexual harassment allegations made against, Cuomo is now reportedly facing a sex-crime complaint in Albany City Court. The news was first reported by the New York Post and Independent New York Focus website. If he is convicted of forcible touching, Cuomo would have to register as a sex offender, with a judge determining whether he is a “moderate” or “high" risk to the community. The Albany County Sheriff’s Department would not comment on the matter.
 “We have no comment for that at this time,” a spokesperson for the sheriff’s department told New York Focus. “We are not confirming or denying.” Although there have been multiple reports of Cuomo’s arrest and possible charges, the Albany Times Union is reporting that the summons was issued erroneously and that neither the former aide, Brittany Commisso, or her lawyers were aware...
    A homeless man's attorney said a paramedic who repeatedly kicked his client should be arrested and face felony charges.  Dallas County District Attorney Creuzot said that he did not plan to bring charges against Brad Cox, a Dallas Fire-Rescue paramedic, who repeatedly kicked Kyle Vess, a homeless man, because of the statute of limitations to prosecute him, The Dallas Morning News reported. However, George Milner III, Vess' lawyer, disagreed. Milner argued that Cox should face the felony charge of injury to a disabled person, adding the Vess' schizophrenia diagnosis qualified him as a disabled person in Texas. The charge proposed by Milner has a five-year statute of limitations, according to the Morning News. Creuzot also dismissed charges against Vess for assault against a public servant because of Vess' lifelong mental health condition, the newspaper added.  Creuzot noted that he believed Vess was having a mental health crisis when he encountered the paramedic.  “I’m blessed to be alive,” Vess said in his first time speaking publicly about the incident since it happened in August 2019, per the Morning News. “We understand that there’s a lot of...
    (CBS4) – A 34-year-old Loveland man who investigators believe wasn’t at the scene of the shooting of postal worker Jason Schaefer but is complicit in the crime was charged with first-degree murder on Tuesday. The suspected shooter, Schaefer’s ex-girlfriend Devon Schreiner, also faces a first-degree murder charge. Andrew James Ritchie was arrested last week and he had a hearing in Boulder County Court on Tuesday. Andrew Ritchie in court on Oct. 19. (credit: Daily Camera/Cliff Grassmick) Jason Schaefer was killed in Longmont’s Somerset Meadows neighborhood on Oct. 13 while he was at a group of neighborhood mailboxes delivering mail. Police believe Schreiner approached Schaefer, shot him several times and then ran off. Schaefer died at the scene. Jason Schaefer (credit: CBS) Schreiner and Schaefer were involved in a longstanding custody battle over their child. Both had worked for the U.S. Postal Service in Longmont but Schreiner was fired about two weeks before the deadly shooting. She had recently started working for the U.S. Postal Service in Loveland. Andrew Ritchie (credit: Boulder County) According to the arrest affidavit, police believe Ritchie...
    FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – The three teens accused in the murder of 18-year-old Dwight ‘DJ’ Grant in Miramar will be charged as adults. Broward State Attorney Harold F. Pryor said in a statement that the decision was made after a team of senior prosecutors reviewed all “available evidence and circumstances.” READ MORE: Get Ready For Higher Electric Bills, Regulators Sign Off On FPL Rate Increases“If this case were to be handled as a juvenile matter, the maximum term of residential treatment would be 36 months prior to release. A juvenile charge would mean that the person would be released after three years in the system and could only be kept under supervision in the community until age 21,” according to a statement from the Broward State Attorney’s Office. Grant’s body was discovered near his family’s apartment at the Lake Vista apartment complex at 2281 Sherman Circle North last Tuesday, two days after he went missing on Sunday. According to the arrest report for one of the 17-year-old suspects, he was angry that Grant had been intimate with his ex-girlfriend and...
    (CNN)One of the January 6 rioters charged in the assault of DC Police Officer Michael Fanone will be released from jail and put on house arrest at his parents' home, a federal judge ruled on Tuesday.Thomas Sibick of New York has been in jail since he was arrested in March. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson said Sibick earned his pre-trial release by apologizing for his actions, distancing himself from the other Capitol rioters in jail, and pledging to avoid social media and political news.At least five former Trump White House staffers are talking to the House January 6 committeeHe pleaded not guilty to 10 federal crimes. Prosecutors say Sibick attacked Fanone and robbed him of his police badge and radio, leading to Fanone's hospitalization. The incident is one of the most well-known police assaults from January 6, and Fanone testified about it before the House Select Committee.Nearly 10 months have passed since the attack, and a few dozen of the rioters are still in jail while their cases slowly move through the courts. Most of the people behind bars have,...
    NEW YORK (AP) — A Turkish bank must face criminal charges that it evaded sanctions against Iran by processing billions of dollars of Iranian oil revenue, an appeals court ruled Friday. The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a decision by U.S. District Judge Richard M. Berman. An indictment returned in 2019 said the bank illegally moved about $20 billion in Iranian oil and gas revenues. It also said the state-owned bank sometimes disguised money movements as purchases of food and medicine so they’d qualify for a “humanitarian exception” to sanctions. A lawyer for Halkbank declined to comment on the ruling. In a decision written by Circuit Judge Jose A. Cabranes, a three-judge panel concluded that assertions that Halkbank was protected from prosecution by immunity given to foreign sovereigns through the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act is overcome by an exception for crimes committed during commercial activity. Although the bank was not charged until two years ago, the allegations involving it surfaced in 2015 when a wealthy Turkish-Iranian gold trader was arrested on sanctions charges as he arrived in...
    President Joe Biden on Thursday said he should have chosen his words 'more wisely' when he said the Justice Department should prosecute former Trump advisor Steve Bannon for contempt. Biden cleaned up the comment, which he made to reporters Friday night, after his words clashed with his repeated assurances he won't interfere with an independent Justice Department. His walk-back, in a town hall on CNN, came hours after the House of Representatives voted to hold Bannon in contempt for failing to comply with a subpoena from the select Jan. 6th committee probing the Capitol riot. Interviewer Anderson Cooper asked Biden if it was appropriate for him to weigh in on the prosecution – the kind of decision normally protected from any political interference.    'No, the way I said it was not appropriate,' Biden conceded off the bat.  'I said they [the reporters] asked me would I – do I think that they should be prosecuted for ... not showing up at the committee. And I said yes,' Biden said.  President Joe Biden called his prior remark backing prosecution of Steve...
    An Army reservist became the first military service member charged in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot to be kicked out of the military. Timothy Hale-Cusanelli, 31, was an army sergeant working part time as a Human Resources soldier until May when he was demoted to private, the lowest rank, and given an other-than-honorable discharge, the Washington Post reported on Wednesday. US MILITARY ONLY 'MARGINALLY ABLE' TO MEET NEEDS, THINK TANK ARGUES Hale-Cusanelli, whom the Department of Justice called an “avowed white supremacist and Nazi sympathizer,” served for 12 years before being discharged. He was charged weeks after the riot with five federal counts, including knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority; disrupting the orderly conduct of government business; violent entry and disorderly conduct in a Capitol building; parading, demonstrating, or picketing in a Capitol building; and obstructing a law enforcement officer during a civil disorder. His lawyer, Jonathan Crisp, told the Washington Post Hale-Cusanelli was “a knee-jerk reaction to the charges” and that the discharge was “improper.” Before his arrest, Hale-Cusanelli frequently peddled...
    MAN City ace Jack Grealish partied with a team-mate who is alleged to have raped a girl just hours later. The £100million star and fellow ace Riyad Mahrez were at a nightclub with Benjamin Mendy before he is said to have committed the offence. 5Jack Grealish partied with Benjamin Mendy who is alleged to have raped agirl just hours later 5Riyad Mahrez was also at a nightclub with Benjamin Mendy shortly before he is said to have committed the offence 5Mendy, 27, has been charged with a string of sex attacksCredit: PA Mendy, 27, has been charged with a string of sex attacks and is remanded in custody ahead of trial early next year. Among the allegations is that he raped a girl aged 17 at his home in the early hours of August 23. Hours before, he was seen at Chinawhite in Manchester with Grealish, 26, and Mahrez, 30. It means police could contact England star Grealish and Mahrez as potential witnesses. There is no suggestion they had any involvement in the alleged assault or were present at Mendy’s...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A U.S. Army veteran from Windsor Mill was arrested Thursday for allegedly fraudulently obtaining more than $1 million in Veterans and Social Security Administration benefits by falsely claiming he was a paraplegic, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Maryland. William Rich, 41, allegedly misrepresented his physical condition in Veterans Administration disability compensation claims, in communications with the VA and during medical examinations while seeking VA disability benefits by claiming he is paralyzed and unable to walk, according to a statement from the office. READ MORE: MS-13 Gang Leader Gets 45 Years In Racketeering Conspiracy To Commit Murders, ExtortionRich received $800,000 in VA benefits and more than $240,000 in Social Security Disability Insurance Benefits, the statement alleges. Rich served in the U.S. Army from September 1998 to February 2007 and was injured on Aug. 23, 2005, while serving in Baqubah, Iraq. The VA in October 2005 determined Rich was completely disabled and awarded special monthly compensation for his paraplegia, as well as allowances for a caregiver and Social Security Disability Insurance Benefits payments. But...
    RALPH HASENHUTTL has been charged by the FA for his comments about Mike Dean at Chelsea earlier this month. Dean was the VAR match official for Southampton’s 3-1 defeat at Stamford Bridge on October 2. 3James Ward-Prowse eventually saw red for this challengeCredit: Getty 3Martin Atkinson gave him his marching ordersCredit: Getty He advised referee Martin Atkinson to check the monitor for a possible red card against James Ward-Prowse for a foul on Jorginho. Atkinson proceeded to do so and then upgraded the yellow card he had awarded to the Saints skipper to a straight sending-off. Hasenhuttl joked in his Zoom press conference later: “You know that when Mike Dean is the VAR, he will send him to have a look at it (the monitor) - and then it was okay from me, I think. He gave it. "But this is his job, I don’t want to say it is his fault because I haven’t seen it so far…” The Austrian has now been slapped with the prospect of a fine for his words and Saints have until Tuesday...
    ALEX Murdaugh will be charged in dead housekeeper's missing $4.3million insurance money payout. Murdaugh, 52, was reportedly taken into custody on Thursday morning by law enforcement officials at a rehabilitation facility in Orange County, Florida. 1Alex Murdaugh was taken into custody on Thursday and will be charged in dead housekeeper's missing $4.3million insurance money payoutCredit: AP:Associated Press Murdaugh's attorneys Dick Harpootlian and Jim Griffin told The State that their client will be extradited to South Carolina. “He surrendered himself to SLED, he didn’t fight extradition and he is coming back. He wants to face these charges,” Harpootlian told the outlet. “It’s a shame he didn’t get to finish his rehabilitation.” More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. The Sun is your go to destination for the best celebrity news, football news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Download our fantastic, new and improved free App for the best ever Sun Online experience. For iPhone click here, for Android click here. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSunUS and follow us from our...
    No charges will be filed against the members of the U.S. Marshal task force who fatally shot Winston Smith in Minneapolis in early June. In letter published by The Star Tribune on Monday, Crow Wig County Attorney Donald Ryan said that the use of force against Smith was “authorized” under Minnesota law, therefore “no criminal prosecution should be sought in this manner.” The incident occurred on June 3, as members of a U.S. Marshals task force were looking to apprehend Smith, who was in a parked car, on a warrant for possession of a firearm by a felon. At the time, authorities said that Winston failed to comply with authorities and produced a handgun, causing task force members to fire in return. Smith was pronounced dead at the scene. A female occupant in the car was treated for minor injuries resulting from glass debris. Smith was not identified as the person in the initial statement from authorities. But family members and friends later confirmed that Smith was the suspect, a local ABC affiliate reported at the time. Smith's death sparked protests in Minneapolis, which...
    GAITHERSBURG, Md. (AP) — Four Maryland police officers will not be charged for fatally shooting a Black man they said fired first during a late-night foot chase in January. A Maryland grand jury declined to charge the officers from the Gaithersburg Police Department due to lack of evidence in a decision announced last week. READ MORE: It's Almost Time For Zoo Lights To Return To The Maryland ZooThe four officers were members of a plainclothes street crimes unit and told investigators they saw a “muzzle flash” from a gun aimed at them by Kwamena Ocran, 24, according to their recorded statements released by Montgomery County prosecutors. One of the officers said he heard a round pass by his head. All four officers fired on Ocran, who was running away from them. He was hit eight times, including twice in his “left lateral back,” according to a 12-page report of the case from prosecutors. The officers involved were Sgt. Willie Delgado, Officer Kyle Khuen, Cpl. Larbi Dakkouni, and Officer James Doyle. The shooting happened outside the Chelsea Park apartments in central...
    NAPA (CBS SF) – The Napa County District Attorney’s office announced Friday that a sheriff’s deputy will not face charges in the deadly shooting of Juan Adrian Garcia. On the night of October 5, 2020, Sgt. Dave Ackman of the Napa County Sheriff’s Office fatally shot Garcia during a traffic stop near Kaiser Road and Highway 221. READ MORE: San Francisco Police Arrest Gang Member at Mission vs. Balboa Football Game; Guns Found Stashed in Bathroom“The use of deadly force by Sergeant Ackman was a reasonable and lawful response under the totality of the circumstances,” District Attorney Allison Haley said in a statement. “Therefore, the actions were legally justified and criminal charges against him are neither warranted nor supported by the evidence.” Prosecutors said Ackman pulled over Garcia shortly after 10 p.m. that night after he was spotted driving without his headlights on. Video released by the Sheriff’s Office shortly after the shooting showed Garcia exiting his car and approaching Ackman while keeping his hands behind his back. According to a sheriff’s account at the time, the deputy tried to...
    Idaho Chief Deputy Secretary of State Chad Houck says the gem state is going to bill Mike Lindell for the baseless 2020 election audit that the MyPillow chief spearheaded in multiple counties. Houck joined CNN’s John Berman on Thursday to talk about the recent power dispute between Idaho Governor Brad Little and Lieutenant Governor Janice McGeachin, both Republicans. As Houck broke down the implications of the spat, Berman turned the conversation toward Lindell’s conspiracy theories that the state’s 2020 results were electronically hacked. Lindell’s fraud claims prompted an audit in the state even though, Berman noted, former President Donald Trump handily won Idaho. Houck explained that Idaho looked into Lindell’s claims, and he broke down how “there’s absolutely no validity to them” with how the state counts its votes. “You are chasing your tail because of the MyPillow guy,” Berman remarked. “Should he pay for this at least?” “Well, actually we will be totaling up the expenses that were incurred in the process and we will be sending him a bill,” Houck said. Berman concluded by wondering if Lindell will...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- A New Lenox man is the second suspect to be charged in the Back of the Yards shooting death of 14-year-old Savanah Quintero in early June, Chicago police said Wednesday.Michael Aguirre, 26, faces first-degree murder and attempted first-degree murder charges in Quintero's June 2 death and another unrelated shooting.Police said the girl was approached by three people in the 1700-block of West 48th Street around 6 p.m. when one of them fired shots, striking her in the head.Neighbors said the girl was leaving a nearby convenience store when she was shot. A bag of snacks lay on the sidewalk as police marked evidence at the scene.She was taken to Comer Children's Hospital, where she later died.Detectives processed surveillance video that showed the girl walking with a dog and a young man neighbors identified as her boyfriend. Moments after the two walk out of frame, at least two shots rang out.SEE MORE: Girl, 14, shot in head after leaving convenience store in Back of the YardsEMBED More News Videos A bag of snacks lay on the sidewalk where...
    DOWNINGTOWN, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania’s top prosecutor appeared poised Tuesday to bring criminal charges against the developer of a problem-plagued pipeline that brings natural gas liquids from the Marcellus Shale gas field to an export terminal near Philadelphia. Attorney General Josh Shapiro scheduled a news conference at Marsh Creek State Park in Downingtown, where Sunoco Pipeline LP spilled more than 8,000 gallons of drilling fluid last year. The spill, during construction of the troubled Mariner East 2 pipeline, fouled wetlands, a stream and part of a 535-acre lake. READ MORE: Anrae James' Family Speaks Out After Nursing Assistant, Father Killed By Gunman Inside Jefferson University HospitalShapiro’s office said he planned to “announce charges against a corporation for crimes involving the environment.” The multi-billion-dollar pipeline project has been the focus of multiple criminal probes. At one point, a statewide investigating grand jury subpoenaed the company for documents relating to the inadvertent release of drilling fluids and impacts to water supplies. Energy Transfer, Sunoco’s owner, acknowledged in a recent earnings report that the attorney general has been looking at “alleged criminal misconduct involving the...
    HOUSTON, Texas -- More than a year since George Floyd's death, Texas' board of pardons and parolees said Floyd should be pardoned for a 2004 drug conviction.The case in question is one in which Floyd was charged by former Houston police officer Gerald Goines, who is currently facing charges tied to the botched Harding Street drug raid.Goines was charged last year with murder over a deadly botched narcotics raid in 2019 at a home that killed Dennis Tuttle and Rhogena Nicholas. As an investigation followed into the raid, prosecutors later went on to add that multiple people, including Floyd, may have been convicted based on the false evidence presented by Goines.Most of the cases involve the delivery of a controlled substance and ranged from a few months in the Harris County Jail to four years in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. The time evaluated by the DA's post-conviction division is from 2008 to 2019.In a June 2020 interview with the Wall Street Journal, Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg concluded that Goines likely lied when he arrested Floyd on...
    PROSECUTORS claim to have “strong new evidence” on Madeleine McCann suspect Christian B — and could charge him over the case by Christmas. The rapist, 44, was identified as the prime suspect by German authorities last year. 2Prosecutors claim to have 'strong new evidence' on Madeleine McCann suspect Christian B and could charge him by ChristmasCredit: Rex 2Madeleine, from Leicestershire vanished aged three from parents Kate and Gerry’s holiday apartment in Praia da Luz, PortugalCredit: Alamy They have been building a case against him since and officials are hopeful of bringing him to court by the end of the year. Scotland Yard detectives — said to be initially sceptical of his involvement — are now also confident he is the man responsible for the 2007 disappearance. German prosecutor Hans Christian Walters told The Sun: “We have strong new evidence against the suspect. "The investigation is proceeding well and we hope to have an update soon. “I cannot say when for certain but we are working very hard to solve this case and others where he is a suspect.” Madeleine,...
    A 13-year-old boy was charged with attempted murder Friday after allegedly shooting his classmate inside a Memphis, Tenne., school on Thursday. The alleged shooter, a student at Cummings K-8 Optional School, reportedly shot his classmate, another 13-year-old boy, prompting an immediate campus shutdown, according to NBC. The suspect fled the scene in a car driven by another individual but turned himself in later that evening, NBC affiliate WMC of Memphis reported.  NBC noted that the victim is expected to make a "full recovery," according to Shelby County Schools Superintendent Joris Ray.  The boy was formally charged with criminal attempt first-degree murder, a Memphis Police Department spokesperson told the news outlet.  Deputy Police Chief Don Crowe said investigators were looking into how the boy got a gun, according to the Associated Press. "It's a question we all want the answer to," he said. "I'm not sure we'll ever find the full truth. But certainly, it begs everyone to keep their guns secured so that 13-year-olds cannot get … hands on these guns." Crowe added that Memphis officers responded within two minutes of being alerted to the 9 a.m....