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    An off-duty New Jersey police officer who was arrested and charged in a vehicular homicide was under the influence of alcohol and using his cell phone when he fatally struck nurse Damian Dymka (pictured) An off-duty New Jersey police officer who was arrested and charged in a vehicular homicide was under the influence of alcohol and using his cell phone when he fatally struck a pedestrian who was allegedly dressed in a werewolf costume, an affidavit revealed. Newark officer Louis Santiago, 25, faces charges of driving while intoxicated, vehicular homicide, desecrating human remains, and more in the November 1 death of Damian Dymka, a 29-year-old nurse.  His lawyer, Patrick Toscano, confirmed the cop had been drinking alcohol at a local bar when he struck Dymka. He claims Santiago had not drank to a level of intoxication or impairment. The attorney instead argues that the incident was an accident, alleging Dymka was dressed in a werewolf Halloween costume and walking on a darkened stretch of the Garden State Parkway, making him hard to see.  'This was a horrible, horrible accident,' Toscano told NewJersey.com on...
    BLOOMFIELD, New Jersey (WABC) -- A New Jersey police officer accused of killing a pedestrian and then taking the victim's body to his home was allegedly driving intoxicated, according to court documents.Newark Police Officer Louis Santiago, 25, is facing vehicular homicide, DWI and other related charges after striking a pedestrian on the Garden State Parkway, authorities said.On Nov. 1 around 3 a.m., Santiago allegedly struck the victim with a 2005 Honda Accord he was driving and did not call 911. Instead, he allegedly left the scene of the accident, came back to the scene, placed the victim in his car and then at some point returned to the scene with the victim's dead body.Authorities say Santiago took the body of the victim, Damian Z. Dymka, a 29-year-old nurse from Garfield in Bergen County, to his home in Bloomfield where he discussed with his mother what to do with the body.SEE ALSO | Officer struck pedestrian then drove home with victim's body: ProsecutorAccording to an affidavit of probable cause, 25-year-old Albert Guzman, of Newark, who was allegedly a passenger in the...
    A New Jersey police officer was arrested earlier this month after allegedly hitting and killing a nurse with his vehicle, then transporting the body away from the scene before ultimately returning it. Newark Officer Louis Santiago, 25, of Bloomfield, was off duty at the time of the incident, which occurred around 3 a.m. Nov. 1 near Exit 151 of the Garden State Parkway, the New York Post reported. The deceased person was identified as Damian Dymka, 29, of Garfield, according to the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office. Santiago was traveling northbound in a 2005 Honda Accord with passenger Albert Guzman, 25, when the incident occurred, the Post reported. Santiago had struck Dymka after drifting off the roadway and onto the shoulder, where Dymka was located.  GEORGIA POLICE OFFICER'S SHOOTING DEATH LEADS TO 3RD ARREST, AUTHORITIES SAY Neither Santiago nor Guzman contacted 911 nor tried to assist the victim, the report said. Instead, they traveled away from the scene and back several times before loading Dymka’s body into the Accord and driving the corpse to the home of Santiago’s mother, purportedly to...
    BURBANK (CBSLA) – The powerful Santa Ana winds which battered the Southland Wednesday night and Thanksgiving morning also caused damage to a large dome that is under construction in Burbank. Nov. 25, 2021. (CBSLA) The dome, located at the intersection of Hollywood Way and Empire Avenue, near the Burbank Airport, is being designed to serve as a studio production facility. When complete, it will be a 28,664 square-foot facility, according to planning documents filed with the city by Madison Square Garden Entertainment. The dome will be used to help develop productions in Las Vegas. However, Wednesday night’s winds blew out the production facility’s insulation, and left lots of debris. According to the National Weather Service, peak wind gusts hit 67 miles per hour in Burbank Wednesday night, the strongest Santa Ana winds to hit the city in decades. (CBSLA) Jonathan Santiago, who lives nearby, dropped by to examine the damage. “Originally it was gray, solid, reflective dome structure,” Santiago said. “And now, it’s a puzzle, pieces of debris.” Santiago noted that while the damage and debris was extensive, he was...
    NEWARK, New Jersey (WABC) -- A Newark police officer was charged with reckless vehicular homicide, prosecutors said, accusing the man of hitting a pedestrian with his personal car and briefly taking the body home, where he discussed with his mother what to do with it.The officer, Louis Santiago of the Newark Police Department, was off-duty when his Honda Accord drifted into the northbound shoulder of the Garden State Parkway around 3 a.m. on Nov. 1, the Essex County Prosecutor's Office said in a news release issued on Wednesday.His car struck Damian Z. Dymka, 29, a nurse from Bergen County.Neither Santiago nor the passenger in his car, Albert Guzman, both 25, called 911 or rendered aid to Dymka, the prosecutor's office said.Instead, Santiago drove away and returned to the scene multiple times before loading the victim into the Honda and driving to the home he shared with his parents in Bloomfield, New Jersey.The two men then discussed what to do with the body with Santiago's mother, Annette Santiago, 53, according to prosecutors.Santiago's father, who is a lieutenant in the Newark Police...
    New York (CNN)A Newark, New Jersey, police officer is facing multiple charges after prosecutors said he was involved in a hit-and-run that left a 29-year-old nurse dead.Louis Santiago, 25, was off duty when prosecutors allege he traveled onto the right shoulder of the Garden State Parkway around 3 a.m. on November 1, hitting nurse Damian Dymka, according to a news release from the Essex County Prosecutor's Office. Prosecutors allege Santiago and his passenger, 25-year-old Albert Guzman, didn't render aid or call 911, "but returned to the scene multiple times" before Santiago loaded Dymka into the car "and removed him from the scene," the release said.Santiago then went to his home in Bloomfield, where he, Guzman, and Santiago's mother, Annette Santiago, discussed what to do with the body, the release said. Eventually Santiago went back to the scene, the prosecutor's office said. Read MoreSantiago's father, who is a lieutenant with the Newark Police Department, called 911 and reported his son was in an accident, the release said. "When the New Jersey State Police arrived, the victim was dead in the back...
    A Newark police officer, a passenger and the cop's mother have all been arrested and charged in a vehicular homicide where the cop left the victim's dead body in his car. Louis Santiago, 25, was driving on the Garden State Parkway on November 1 at around 3 a.m. in a 2005 Honda Accord. He had a passenger with him, 25-year-old Albert Guzman of Newark.  While traveling northbound near exit 151, Santiago drifted off to the right shoulder and struck a pedestrian, 29-year-old nurse Damian Dymka. According to prosecutors in Essex County, after hitting Dymka, neither Santiago nor Guzman called 911 or offered help.  They apparently returned to the scene 'multiple times' before finally loading Dymka into the Honda and taking him away. Newark Police Officer Louis Santiago, 25, was driving on the Garden State Parkway on November 1 at around 3 a.m. in a 2005 Honda Accord The victim was 29-year-old nurse Damian Dymka Santiago then took the body to his home in nearby Bloomfield. Santiago, Guzman and Santiago's mother Annette all discussed what to do before Santiago returned to...
    A Newark, New Jersey police officer was charged with vehicular homicide and desecrating human remains on Wednesday, according to the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office. Officer Louis Santiago, 25, was off-duty and driving northbound on the Garden State Parkway around 3 a.m. on November 1st. He was allegedly driving on the shoulder of the road when he hit 29-year-old nurse Damian Dymka, killing him. Santiago and his passenger, Albert Guzman, reportedly left the scene but returned multiple times. Authorities said neither Santiago nor Guzman called 9-1-1 or attempted to give aid to the victim. Eventually, they put Dymka’s body in the car. “Santiago then took the body to his home in Bloomfield where he, his mother and Guzman allegedly discussed what to do with the body,” said the prosecutor’s office. The body was later returned to the scene. Santiago’s father, who is a lieutenant with the Newark Police Department, called the police and said his son had been in an accident. When police arrived, Dymka’s body was placed in the back seat of the Santiago’s vehicle. Here’s how news reports...
    A police officer was arrested for attempting to hide the body of a 53-year-old woman who he struck and killed on the Garden State Parkway, authorities said. Louis Santiago, 25, an officer in Newark, was off duty when he swerved into the right shoulder and struck Damian Z. Dymka, a 29-year-old nurse from Garfield, on the northbound side of the parkway near Exit 151 around 3 a.m. on Nov. 1, Acting Essex County Prosecutor Theodore N. Stephens, II said. Neither Santiago nor his passenger, Albert Guzman, 25, of Newark, called 911 and instead, put Dymka's body in the back of Santiago's 2005 Honda Accord, Stephens said. The pair then drove with the body to Santiago's mom's house to discuss what to do with the body, before returning to the scene, authorities said. Santiago's dad, a Newark police lieutenant, called 911and reported his son was in an accident, Stephens said. When police arrived, Dymka's body was in the back seat of Santiago's car, authorities said. Santiago was charged with reckless vehicular homicide, desecrating human remains, leaving the scene of crash resulting in death,...
    A police officer was arrested for attempting to hide the body of a 53-year-old woman who he struck and killed on the Garden State Parkway, authorities said. Louis Santiago, 25, an officer in Newark, was off duty when he swerved into the right shoulder and struck Damian Z. Dymka, a 29-year-old nurse from Garfield, on the northbound side of the parkway near Exit 151 around 3 a.m. on Nov. 1, Acting Essex County Prosecutor Theodore N. Stephens, II said. Neither Santiago nor his passenger, Albert Guzman, 25, of Newark, called 911 and instead, put Dymka's body in the back of Santiago's 2005 Honda Accord, Stephens said. The pair then drove with the body to Santiago's mom's house to discuss what to do with the body, before returning to the scene, authorities said. Santiago's dad, a Newark police lieutenant, called 911and reported his son was in an accident, Stephens said. When police arrived, Dymka's body was in the back seat of Santiago's car, authorities said. Santiago was charged with reckless vehicular homicide, desecrating human remains, leaving the scene of crash resulting in death,...
    A police officer was arrested for attempting to hide the body of a 53-year-old woman who he struck and killed on the Garden State Parkway, authorities said. Louis Santiago, 25, an officer in Newark, was off duty when he swerved into the right shoulder and struck Damian Z. Dymka, a 29-year-old nurse from Garfield, on the northbound side of the parkway near Exit 151 around 3 a.m. on Nov. 1, Acting Essex County Prosecutor Theodore N. Stephens, II said. Neither Santiago nor his passenger, Albert Guzman, 25, of Newark, called 911 and instead, put Dymka's body in the back of Santiago's 2005 Honda Accord, Stephens said. The pair then drove with the body to Santiago's mom's house to discuss what to do with the body, before returning to the scene, authorities said. Santiago's dad, a Newark police lieutenant, called 911and reported his son was in an accident, Stephens said. When police arrived, Dymka's body was in the back seat of Santiago's car, authorities said. Santiago was charged with reckless vehicular homicide, desecrating human remains, leaving the scene of crash resulting in death,...
    CAMDEN, N.J. (CBS) — College was on the minds of some youngsters Monday morning in Camden. More than 800 Camden students, ages 5-18, were inducted into a college scholarship program. Kindergartners and first graders at LEAP Academy University Charter School were guaranteed full scholarships to Rutgers University, courtesy of the Rutgers Alfredo Santiago Endowed Scholarship Program. The kids must maintain a 3.5 GPA and meet requirements for attendance and behavior in the coming years. “Rutgers is very interested in making sure that we bring minority kids into our pipeline,” Dr. Gloria Bonilla-Santiago said. “Because we believe that the kids have an opportunity to get the best education that there is, but also because we believe that access and equity for minority children are important in the area of science, technology, engineering, and math.” The scholarship assistance is also available to older students at the school all the way up to 12th grade.
    The mother of an 11-year-old girl who was groped by a New York middle school teacher was left angry after he was able to avoid prison thanks to a plea deal. Daniel Santiago, 31, a teacher at the Brooklyn Science and Engineering Academy in East Flatbush, will be put on probation for 10 years after pleading guilty to attempted sex abuse in the first degree on Wednesday. He was arrested in April 2019 after he reportedly groped the young female student multiple times and even sent her inappropriate text messages.   He was forced to permanently surrender his license, register as a sex offender and is prohibited from contacting the young victim as part of the agreement. Santiago's sentencing is set for January 10. The girl's mother, who has asked not to be named, spoke out on Friday in anger of the decision. 'I’m disappointed and a little bit outraged that he’s not going to serve time. My daughter is also upset,' she told the Daily News.  The mother of an 11-year-old girl was angered on Friday after her daughter's middle...
    A U.S. Air Force serviceman struggling with depression and reeling from a breakup has died after shooting himself in the head near the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., and being airlifted to a hospital on Monday. The incident took place at around 7:25 p.m. The U.S. Park Police confirmed the shooting, which is now being investigated by the D.C. Metropolitan Police. The victim, identified by the police as 31-year-old Kenneth Omar Santiago, was found suffering from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head on the steps leading to the Reflecting Pool. Air Force member Kenneth Omar Santiago, 31, shot himself in the head on the steps leading to Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool Monday night. He was pronounced dead hours later  He was described as wearing a green T-shirt with an American flag design. Witnesses told The Washington Post that a gun was found nearby and later removed by police. Two nurses who happened to be in the area attempted to administer CPR to the shooting victim. Video showed a medical helicopter landing on the Mall...
    Cool and creative gifts under $10 for your coworkers Will Manchester United fire Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as manager? Latest on rumors of potential sacking © Provided by Daily Mail MailOnline logo Eva Longoria cut a very stylish figure while heading to brunch in Bel Air on Saturday. The 46-year-old looked positively chic while stepping out of her car and heading into the eatery for a meeting. Longoria appeared to enjoy some solo time after sharing a sweet Instagram story with her son, Santiago. Longoria wore a cream-colored sweater that was tucked into a pair of high-waisted and wide-legged trousers. The former Desperate Housewives cast member also sported a chic set of high-heeled shoes. The Golden Globe-nominated performer accessorized with a beautiful pair of hoop earrings and kept a small black purse slung over her left shoulder. Her voluminous brunette hair was tied into a ponytail that fell down her backside during her outing.  Earlier in the day, Longoria got her hands dirty in the kitchen and made popsicles with her child, aged three. The mother-son duo appeared to enjoy...
    A shocking video captures a stunt plane crashing into a street in central Argentina before slamming into a woman and her daughter - leaving the pilot and the two pedestrians seriously injured. Yésica Acuña, 27, and three-year-old Isabella Santiago were walking back to their home and stopped to watch two stunt jets perform maneuvers in the mountainous village of Villa General Belgrano on Saturday night. The pilot, Fernando Endrigo, 35, was putting on an acrobatic display along with a second jet as part of a wedding festivities for Rodrigo Cerioni, a well-known stunt pilot, according to Infobae. Video footage showed Endrigo repositioning the Rans S9 Chaos aircraft as part of a stunt in which he increased the altitude. He then pulled off an inside loop while the other jet performed the same trick. Endrigo appeared to lose control of the plane as it dove straight down. The stunt plane hit a tree before ramming into Acuña and Santiago. Fernando Endrigo is tended to after the Rans S9 Chaos he was piloting crashed while he was performing an acrobatic stunt in Villa...
    A Walmart forklift operator and his 14-year-old nephew died in a Pennsylvania house fire last year after a 911 operator hung up on the man frantically begging for help because he spoke Spanish and not English, an explosive federal lawsuit alleges. The 72-page complaint filed last week in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania by seven ousted Lehigh County 911 dispatchers claims, in part, that Spanish-speaking callers were denied help, that some operators slept during work hours, while others played the game of cornhole on the job or watched fireworks on the roof instead of taking emergency calls.  The lawsuit paints the 911 dispatch center as a 'hostile environment' where minority callers who were not fluent in English were ignored, and where a Latina supervisor was the target of discrimination and racially charged comments.  Arguably one of the most startling portions of the complaint is related to a 911 call that 44-year-old Heriberto Santiago Jr. placed on July 27, 2020, reporting a fire at his home in the 700 block of North Fair Street in Allentown, which...
    A FORMER professional footballer has been found dead in his bath after being electrocuted in a freak domestic accident. Santiago Otero’s wife raised the alarm after discovering him lifeless alongside his mobile at their home in the Spanish capital Madrid when she returned from a night shift. 2Santi played in Real Oviedo's youth side for a seasonCredit: Facebook Police believe he was electrocuted after his phone fell into the water while he was charging it. The 38-year-old, from the Galician town of Viveiro north of the city of Lugo, is believed to have died up to 10 hours earlier as he took a bath after his partner left for work. A spokesman for a regional government-run emergency services co-ordination centre tweeted: "Domestic accident in Madrid. "A 38-year-old man has died after being electrocuted while he was having a bath. "Paramedics could only confirm he was dead on arrival. His partner is being assisted by trauma counsellors. "The causes are being investigated by police." Most read in Premier LeagueLive BlogUNITED LATEST Bruno EXCLUSIVE, Olmo transfer interest, Schmeichel backs Solskjaer at UnitedLive...
    DORCHESTER (CBS) – Luis Santiago, the driver charged in a hit-and-run that left an 11-year-old boy pinned under a car last month, pleaded not guilty in court Friday. Santiago, 27, was identified for the first time in the case during his arraignment in Dorchester District Court. He is charged with leaving the scene of personal injury in the September 29 crash. He was ordered held on $1,000 bail. Fifth-grader Francis Nedwell was walking to school, crossing the street when an SUV hit him at Columbia Road and Intervale Street. The driver did not stop. The impact pinned the boy underneath another car. In court Friday, prosecutors said Santiago drove off with significant damage to his bumper, enough damage that he had to have known he hit someone. Investigators said one vehicle did stop to let Nedwell, his sister and another child cross the street but Santiago allegedly sped past, hitting the boy and throwing him a considerable distance. It was all caught on surveillance video. “Initially, when you watch the video you can’t actually even see where the child goes....
    HIGHLAND PARK, LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- To raise awareness of efforts to combat homelessness, a California state assemblyman and Los Angeles city councilman slept overnight at the Arroyo Seco Tiny Home Village in Highland Park, the largest facility of its kind in the U.S.The Tiny Home Village sits on nearly 7 acres and includes 117 units.Los Angeles City Councilman Kevin de León and Assemblyman Miguel Santiago spent the night at the location Wednesday evening, ahead of its official opening as a transitional-housing site.De León had Santiago dinner at the facility and showered there, hoping to understand what it will be like for those who will begin moving into the homes in two weeks.De León, who is running for mayor of Los Angeles, described the small residences as comfortable."I fell asleep soundly here," he said in an on-camera interview. "I have a heater. It's cold outside right now -- for our viewers, they don't know but it's super cold. Great bed. ... I had the heater on, I had locked that door here."It's fantastic. It's a lot better than, again, sleeping...
    IKEA, the world’s largest furniture seller, said recently that many of its products are missing from its stores around the world. The company said that  store shelves sit empty with many of its flatpacks and housewares items stuck are warehouses, waiting for trucks to distribute them. The United States and elsewhere has been struck by a shortage of drivers as many never returned to jobs following the reopening of the economy. The company said the problem is global but that North American stores will likely suffer the biggest shortages, followed by stores in Europe. The company sees shortages last into next year, at least. “In general we are struggling to have the goods in the right place at the right time,” a company official told the Wall Street Journal. NEW YORK, NEW YORK – OCTOBER 15: Empty shelves are seen at an IKEA store on October 15, 2021 in the Red Hook neighborhood of Brooklyn borough in New York City. Executives at IKEA have warned of supply chain disruption that could last into next year leaving some stores without certain...
    Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images Remember when Harambe was a massive internet meme? Well, apparently this is still a thing. The gorilla killed in 2016 to save a three-year-old boy turned into a strange viral sensation, and now there is a seven-foot-tall Harambe statue facing down the famous Wall Street Charging Bull. The statue was commissioned by Sapien Network, PIX11 reports, and 10,000 bananas were placed around the bull. And no, the bull does not represent King K. Rool, but rather Wall Street greed. 10,000 bananas surrounded the iconic bull statue to illustrate how “bananas” Wall Street has become and show the disparity in wealth between the 1% and everyone else. The bananas will be distributed to local food shelves across the New York area… Sapien.Network believed the bronze statue of Harambe, contrasted with the bronze Charging Bull, represents millions of people who struggle under a system that enriches only the wealthy. Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images This is not the first time the bull has faced a surprise opponent. A few years ago State Street Global Advisors set up the Fearless...
    The Bucks County District Attorney's Office is offering a $1,000 reward in each of the three unsolved Bristol Township killings. Investigators are still looking to solve the murders of Cashe Conover, 22, Shaquille Love, 21, and the hit-and-run killing of 53-year-old Daniel Santiago. Conover was found fatally shot on Oct. 27, 2019, in an alley in the 2400 block of Bloomsdale Road, not far from where she lived, the DA's office said. On Dec. 23, 2020, Love's body was discovered in a parked Chrysler 200 near Edgely Road and Marion Avenue, authorities said. The investigation found that he was shot and killed through the driver's side window. Santiago was riding his bicycle in the right lane of the southbound side of Bristol Pike just before 1 a.m. on June 29 when he was fatally struck by a hit-and-run driver, the DA's office said. The 911 caller did not witness the crash, investigators said. Santiago was a firefighter and life member of the Goodwill Hose Company No. 3 in Bristol. The family of Santiago helped raise an additional $3,000 toward the reward,...
    The Bucks County District Attorney's Office is offering a $1,000 reward in each of the three unsolved Bristol Township killings. Investigators are still looking to solve the murders of Cashe Conover, 22, Shaquille Love, 21, and the hit-and-run killing of 53-year-old Daniel Santiago. Conover was found fatally shot on Oct. 27, 2019, in an alley in the 2400 block of Bloomsdale Road, not far from where she lived, the DA's office said. On Dec. 23, 2020, Love's body was discovered in a parked Chrysler 200 near Edgely Road and Marion Avenue, authorities said. The investigation found that he was shot and killed through the driver's side window. Santiago was riding his bicycle in the right lane of the southbound side of Bristol Pike just before 1 a.m. on June 29 when he was fatally struck by a hit-and-run driver, the DA's office said. The 911 caller did not witness the crash, investigators said. Santiago was a firefighter and life member of the Goodwill Hose Company No. 3 in Bristol. The family of Santiago helped raise an additional $3,000 toward the reward,...
    A homeless man accused of attempting to abduct a three-year-old girl in the Bronx on Monday afternoon has appeared in court for the first time. Santiago Salcedo, 27, appeared for his arraignment at Bronx Criminal Court yesterday evening and was held on a $15,000 bail and was also ordered to stay away from the young victim. He attempted to kidnap the girl by wrapping in a blanket and trying to run off with her. After good Samaritans gave chase, Salcedo dropped the girl and ran off, before police officers found him sleeping in a doorway and arrested him.      Santiago Salcedo, 27, (left) accused of attempting to abduct a three-year-old girl in the Bronx on Monday afternoon, appeared in court for the first time yesterday since his arrest He appeared for his arraignment at Bronx Criminal Court yesterday evening and was held on a $15,000 bail and was also ordered to stay away from the young victim It comes after the mother of the three-year-old girl who was almost abducted by a homeless man in the Bronx on Monday afternoon said she...
    Police arrested 27-year-old Santiago Salcedo and charged him with kidnapping, unlawful imprisonment, and other charges. They said that Salcedo does not speak English and they are working with a translator to investigate the incident. The suspect has no criminal record in New York City The mother of the children did not want to be identified but she told WCBS that they lived only about a mile away from the site of the incident. She said that the grandmother was walking the children home from the park. The mother went on to say that although the family was traumatized by the incident, she was thankful for the onlookers who willing to help a stranger in distress. "There was literally a couple of people who chased the guy and helped us with police, so I'd like to thank them," the mother said. The little girl was not injured. Here's the video of the attempted abduction: Bronx Attempted Kidnapping Suspect Santiago Salcedo All Smiles As He Leaves Precinct In Handcuffs www.youtube.com
    UFC booking Geoff Neal – Santiago Ponzinibbio Daniel Cunningham October 12, 2021 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on reddit Reddit The UFC has added another banger for the December PPV. ESPN’s Brett Okamoto was the first to report last night that the promotion had finalized a matchup between top 12 welterweights as Geoff Neal (13-4) takes on Santiago Ponzinibbio (28-4). The matchup will take place at UFC 269 which is shaping up to be one of the most stacked cards of the year. This matchup is likely going to be featured on the prelims which is remarkable when you think about it. Ponzinibbio is going to be looking to pickup his second consecutive win which could get him back in the top ten. A few years ago, Ponzinibbio was looked at as a future UFC champion after the way he started with the promotion. Before a series of injuries delayed his progression, Ponzinibbio went on a seven-fight win streak in the UFC. During that stretch he had wins over...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – We’re learning new details about the man accused of trying to kidnap a 3-year-old girl in the Bronx. The attempted abduction was captured on surveillance video, which police used to track down the suspect. READ MORE: Caught On Video: Apple Store Melee Ends In Stabbing After Customer Refuses To Wear A MaskAs CBS2’s John Dias reports, 27-year-old Santiago Salcedo was silent but smiling as authorities walked him out of a Bronx police precinct Monday in handcuffs. He’s facing several charges, including kidnapping and unlawful imprisonment. (Photo: CBS2) Cops say he’s the man seen on video wrapped in a blanket trying to kidnap a little girl. Her panicked grandmother screamed for help while chasing him as the girls’ younger brothers stood by, terrified. “She started screaming, the grandmother, ‘My little girl! My little girl!’ She was hysterical,” said witness Fermin Bracero. “It was like a movie but this is real life. It was crazy.” Bracero works at the gas station on the corner of East Tremont and Baisely Avenues near where it happened around 1:15...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The Columbus Day holiday weekend has been a headache for thousands of people trying to catch flights. Southwest Airlines cancelled hundreds of trips over the weekend, and saw some residual delays from that even on Monday, CBS2’s Lisa Rozner reported. “Very frustrating, a very busy week, so I really just want be home,” traveler Emily Santiago said. READ MORE: Passengers At LaGuardia, Other Airports Around Country Miffed By Southwest Airlines Mass Flight Cancellations Santiago showed up at LaGuardia Airport on Monday morning trying to catch a Southwest flight on standby to Houston. “My cousin had to like … hers were cancelled last night, so she had to move to United this morning,” Santiago said. Southwest canceled hundreds of flights Monday, after already telling travelers on 1,100 flights on Sunday — more than 30% of scheduled trips — they’d have to find another way home. Paris Drakemore said her mom managed to rebook her flight to Atlanta by phone. “She was really stressed and she didn’t want me to call her,” Drakemore said. Southwest said the problems stem...
    By Marissa Armas (CBS4) – Thousands of Coloradans lost their jobs during the pandemic and many people are still out of work. This need prompted a young group of Colorado Latinos to develop an app called Chamba, that bridges language barriers between workers to employers. Chamba is an employment app geared towards helping Latinos find work. The word Chamba is Spanish slang for “work.” Diego Montemayor, the CEO and co-founder of the company, said a lack of job platforms for Spanish speakers is what prompted them to create the app, and the pandemic highlighted that. “We saw a huge disconnect between our community, and just jobs, and we decided to make a platform where these two met,” Montemayor said. Moises Santiago Lopez has been working at Cabron Carbon taqueria for about 3 months. “I like to cook, and I’m here. And I help my bosses a lot,” said Santiago Lopez. But the road getting here wasn’t easy. For Santiago Lopez, language was a barrier in getting hired, as well as the pandemic. “I was desperate at that moment,...
    In 2021, the Santiago Espinal was good. The infielder, who spent his defensive time on the third floor this year, is a big puzzle to Blue Jays. In 92 games, his order of 311 / .376 / .405 shows us that he had frequent tracks. When he was playing, he was a regular, but he did the job. No, his power is average, there is nothing to write about his two home runs and his 17 RBIs. It wasn’t his job, he hit the bottom of the list. However, his 32 points show that he was on track when the guns came after him. Apparently, defensively, he is innocent. He played on the third floor, but he could play anywhere. I don’t know about you, but for the ninth win, he’s the best. He goes towards the goal for George Springer, and he ensures the much-needed defense. In my opinion, he should have a regular role in 2021. We understand each other: a regular character does not mean being there for it every day. This could mean missing out on...
    Ruben Santiago-Hudson is one person, but in Lackawanna Blues—the show the Tony Award-winning performer has written, performs and directs, opening tonight at Broadway’s Samuel J. Friedman Theatre—he becomes a voice of many. And, thanks to Santiago-Hudson’s dexterity of interpretation, the many characters he embodies immediately become familiar and intriguing to us. The key relationship in this 90-minute, Obie and Helen Hayes-award winning show—originally staged in 2001 by the Public Theater, and which Santiago-Hudson adapted for HBO four years later—is between him and his surrogate family, Ms. Rachel Crosby (“Nanny”). She had a soft voice and a bearing that was kind, understanding, yet also streaked with steel. She could give the best hugs, and you did not want to mess with her. “Everybody called Nanny, ‘mother,’” he says. Santiago-Hudson, who recently adapted Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom for Netflix, sketches their relationship from when he was a small boy through to her deathbed, alongside characters Santiago-Hudson recalls from the Black community of Lackawanna, NY, where, beginning in the 1950’s, Nanny oversaw rooming houses. As well as charting their loving...
    (CNN)A Special Forces soldier has been formally charged with the murder of his pregnant spouse, according to a news release from the military. Sgt. 1st Class Joseph Santiago, 33, a signal support systems specialist, was charged with the murder of Meghan Santiago and the injury of an unborn child following an incident at Fort Campbell in Kentucky on September 27, the release from Fort Campbell's Public Affairs Office states. Santiago was taken into custody on September 28 and held, pending an investigation by the US Army Criminal Investigation Division, at the Grayson County Jail. "Meghan's death is a tragedy. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends," Col. Brent Lindeman, commander of 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne) said in the release. "This tragic event has shaken our entire unit. We take all allegations of domestic violence seriously, and we will provide every resource to ensure a thorough investigation," said Lindeman.Read More"The charges in this case are merely accusations and all Soldiers accused of a crime are presumed innocent until proven guilty," the release adds."No further information will be...
    Authorities arrested a soldier stationed in Kentucky and charged him with murder for allegedly killing his pregnant wife at a military base, FOX 17 reported on Wednesday. Sgt. 1st Class Joseph Santiago, 33, was taken into custody on Sept. 28 following the death of his wife, Megan, killed at Fort Campbell the day prior, FOX 17 reported. Megan, 32 weeks pregnant, was put on life support after suffering a brain stem injury, and she was eventually taken off of it on Oct. 5, WTSP-TV reported. Santiago was also charged with injuring the couple’s unborn child, who survived, Stars and Stripes reported. “Megan’s death is a tragedy. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends,” said Col. Brent Lindeman, commander of 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne), according to FOX 17. “This tragic event has shaken our entire unit. We take all allegations of domestic violence seriously, and we will provide every resource to ensure a thorough investigation.” Members of the Kentucky National Guard 206th Engineer battalion arrive on a C-130 Hercules transport plane July 11, 2006 in Tucson, Arizona. (Photo...
    A U.S. Army soldier stationed in Kentucky has been charged with the murder of his pregnant wife and injury to her unborn child who survived, according to reports.  Sgt. 1st Class Joseph Santiago, 33, was arrested Sept. 28, accused of killing Meghan Santiago, FOX 17 in Nashville reported.  Authorities haven’t given any details about the alleged murder at Fort Campbell on Sept. 27. A senior enlisted soldier speaking on condition of anonymity told Stars and Stripes that the wife was left on life support after suffering a brain injury.  "Megan’s death is a tragedy," Col. Brent Lindeman, commander of 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne) said in a statement. "Our thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends. This tragic event has shaken our entire unit. We take all allegations of domestic violence seriously, and we will provide every resource to ensure a thorough investigation." 9-MONTH PREGNANT WOMAN FOUND DEAD IN FLORIDA CITY PARK Sgt. 1st Class Joseph Santiago, 33, was arrested on Sept. 28, accused of killing his wife Meghan Santiago. (Grayson County Detention Center) Meghan Santiago, a native of...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – There were frightening moments in Times Square after gunfire inside a subway station. We’ve also learned new information about the man who first told police he was a victim. READ MORE: N.Y. Democratic Party Chair Jay Jacobs Endorses Kathy Hochul For Governor In Next Year's RaceAs CBS2’s Nick Caloway reports, it all happened in the Times Square subway station Monday. The man who was shot originally told police he was struck by a stray bullet, but now the story has changed. In the Crossroads of the World, yet another shooting sent a man to the hospital. This one, though, appears to be self-inflicted. Police sources tell CBS2 the man shot himself when his loaded gun accidentally discharged in the subway station at 40th Street and 7th Avenue. The suspect told police he was the victim of a shooting, before admitting the gun went off in his waistband. The shot rang out just after noon, and the ensuing chaos left some people rattled. READ MORE: As COVID Vaccine Mandate Takes Effect, Approximately 8,000 DOE Employees Out Of...
    On Thursday, CNN obtained additional body camera footage from the Moab, Utah police officers who spoke with Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie during an August 12 traffic stop. This is a nearly one hour long video from the body cam on a different officer than the video footage that was previously released. Shortly after that traffic stop, Petito went missing and was later found dead in a national park in Wyoming. Petito’s death has been ruled a homicide, but an exact cause of death has not yet been released. Laundrie remains missing and the FBI is searching for him. In the nearly one hour long video of the new footage, an officer can be heard questioning Petito if Laundrie had hit her, and Petito replies that he had grabbed her face, causing a scratch with his fingernail. CNN correspondent Leyla Santiago described the new footage to Erin Burnett, saying that it provided additional insight because “up until now, we’ve only seen the body cam footage of one of four officers involved that day.” The new video, Santiago continued, showed Petito...
    Authorities are investigating after a man was killed in a single-vehicle crash on a busy area roadway. Michael Santiago, age 45, of Poughkeepsie, was pronounced dead following the crash that happened on Route 44 in Pleasant Valley, according to the Dutchess County Sheriff's Office. At about 3:15 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 25, Santiago was driving a 2017 Toyota minivan east on Route 44 near Rossway Road when the Toyota exited the roadway off the southern shoulder The Toyota struck two signs, a mailbox and a utility pole, authorities reported. Santiago was taken to a hospital where he was later pronounced dead, the Sheriff's Office said. He was the only occupant of the vehicle. The Pleasant Valley Fire Department also assisted at the scene. At this time, authorities believe the primary factors in the crash were "erratic operation and unsafe speed." The investigation is ongoing. Check back to Daily Voice for updates.
    A suspect is at large after a Connecticut teen was shot and killed on a city street overnight. Wildemar Santiago, age 16, of Hartford, was shot around 1:10 a.m.,  Monday, Sept. 27, in front of 89 Martin St. in Hartford.  According to Lt. Aaron Boisvert, of the Hartford Police Department, said officers were responding to a Shot Spotter activation when they located Santigo suffering from numerous gunshot wounds. Officers on scene began immediate life-saving measures until the arrival of Hartford Fire and EMS.  Santiago was transported to an area hospital, where he died from his injuries, Boisvert said. The teen, a freshman at Weaver High School, appeared to have been shot by someone in a passing car, Boisvert said.  The Hartford Police Major Crimes and Crime Scene Divisions responded and assumed the investigation. His death is the 28th homicide of the year in Hartford. The investigation remains active and ongoing.  Anyone with information regarding the case is asked to call the HPD Tip Line at 860-722-8477.
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — For many performers and theater workers, returning to Broadway is not business as usual. Fans from all over the world travel to Broadway, and the push is on to have more diversity among the talented teams putting on the shows. READ MORE: Cast Of Aint Too Proud Fired Up For Return To Broadway: I Have Dreamed About That Reopening Night CBS2’s Cindy Hsu has the story of Broadway’s equity and inclusion efforts. On August 4, “Pass Over’s” three actors took their bows after a monumental preview performance. It was the first play staged since March 12, 2020. It was a significant step in reopening Broadway, and it ushered in a new era. “It feels so good not only to be back in theater, but to see Black people on these stages using their voices, telling their stories,” one theater fan told CBS2. Web Extra: Reopening Dates For Various Broadway Shows Seven plays this fall are written by African American playwrights, including Ruben Santiago-Hudson’s one-man show, “Lackawanna Blues.” The show celebrates Miss Rachel, affectionately called Nanny, a...
    18 Purple Christmas Decorating Ideas to Try This Season Top-10 mens basketball recruit Chris Livingston commits to Kentucky Actor Ruben Santiago-Hudson has fond memories from one of his final moments with Michael K. Williams. © Provided by People getty (2) The Lackawanna Blues writer and director, 64, opens up to PEOPLE about his close friendship with the late star and recalls one of the last times he met up with Williams prior to his death on Sept. 6. "The last time I saw Michael K. Williams, he went to my older son's church … Michael and I were shooting in Atlanta, the last time I saw him," Santiago-Hudson says. "He was shooting his show, and I was shooting my show, and he said, 'I want to go to church while I'm here. Let's go to church.' And I said, 'Let's go to my son's church.' " "That was the last time I saw him," he remembers. "He had such a great time that he came out of the church and said, 'Rube, Rube, will you video me? I wanna...
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    Three York County residents have pleaded guilty for a murder they committed as teenagers, according to the York County District Attorney's Office. Tysheem Santiago, 21, Montrice Gibson, 28, and Dazanie Gibson, 20, have all enter guilty pleas for their rolls in the death of Stefen Simmons, 20, on Jan. 6,  2019. Simmons was shot in the front yard of a home along Oriole Circle in Chanceford Township, York County around 11:40 p.m. Montrice and Simmons were in a car when Santiago approached with a gun and demanded money from Simmons, accordin to Pennsylvania State Police. Santiago pulled Simmons out of the car and Simmons was shot during a struggle over the weapon. The three guilty parties could face the following sentences: Santiago faces 30 to 60 years in prison. Maurice Gibson faces 25 to 50 years. Dazanie Gibson is awaiting sentencing. Tysheem Santiago, Montrice Gibson and Dazani Gibson enter guilty pleas to 3rd Degree Murder and Robbery in the January... Posted by York County District Attorney's Office - District Attorney Dave Sunday...
    Three York County residents have pleaded guilty for a murder they committed as teenagers, according to the York County District Attorney's Office. Tysheem Santiago, 21, Montrice Gibson, 28, and Dazanie Gibson, 20, have all enter guilty pleas for their rolls in the death of Stefen Simmons, 20, on Jan. 6,  2019. Simmons was shot in the front yard of a home along Oriole Circle in Chanceford Township, York County around 11:40 p.m. Montrice and Simmons were in a car when Santiago approached with a gun and demanded money from Simmons, accordin to Pennsylvania State Police. Santiago pulled Simmons out of the car and Simmons was shot during a struggle over the weapon. The three guilty parties could face the following sentences: Santiago faces 30 to 60 years in prison. Maurice Gibson faces 25 to 50 years. Dazanie Gibson is awaiting sentencing. Tysheem Santiago, Montrice Gibson and Dazani Gibson enter guilty pleas to 3rd Degree Murder and Robbery in the January... Posted by York County District Attorney's Office - District Attorney Dave Sunday...
    A 31-year-old man was killed after being entrapped during a two-vehicle crash. The crash took place around 5:15 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 5, in Amenia, said Captain John Watterson of the Dutchess County Sheriff's Office. According to Watterson, a preliminary investigation has revealed that a 2006 Ford Explorer driven by Felix Santiago, age 31, of Amenia, was traveling westbound on South Amenia Road when it crossed over the center markings and struck an eastbound 2016 Dodge Ram driven by Litchfield County, Connecticut resident William Watts, age 69, of Kent. Santiago was initially trapped inside his vehicle, and once freed was transported to Sharon Hospital where he was pronounced dead.  The occupants of the second vehicle were transported to Mid-Hudson Regional Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, Watterson said.  The investigation is continuing by members of the Crash Investigation Unit and Detective Division, and at this time the primary factor in the crash appears to be unsafe speed on the part of the Explorer.  The Sheriff’s Office was assisted at the scene by members of the Wassaic Fire Department, Amenia Fire Department, and Northern...
    NEWCASTLE signing Santiago Munoz has been encouraged to live the dream for real by the actor who played his namesake in the movie Goal!. Kuno Becker starred as Santi Munez in the iconic 2005 film and its two sequels that followed a Mexican youngster making it big on Tyneside. 2Santiago Munoz has followed in the footsteps of Goal! star Santi MunezCredit: Getty Some 16 years later, real life has followed fiction with the arrival of Munoz, 19, at St James' Park. Newcastle signed the Mexico youth international striker from Santos Laguna on deadline day in an initial loan deal. The transfer led to many fans drawing comparisons between Goal! and Munoz, including Becker himself. The 46-year-old actor said in a video message: "I just found out there's a story that's now a real life story. "About this great football player that just signed with the Newcastle United team. A team, a town that is very close to my heart. "Santi Munoz has almost exactly the same name as the fictional story of the movie Goal! Where I played Santi Munez....
    NEWCASTLE have signed Santiago Munoz and Magpies fans were quick to compare the transfer to Santiago Munez's St James' switch in the movie Goal! The Toon have captured the 19-year-old Mexican on loan with an option to buy from Santos Laguna and supporters are already backing him to follow in Munez's footsteps and seal a move to Real Madrid. 2Newcastle fans have joked their new signing will emulate Santiago Munez from Goal!Credit: Alamy 2The Magpies have actually signed Santiago Munoz from Santos LagunaCredit: Getty Munoz will initially link up with the club's Under-23s. Texas-born Munoz is a striker. He scored three goals and laid on three assists in the Liga MX Clausura last season and the Magpies will hope he can improve on those stats in the north east. He has been capped by Mexico at U-17 and U-23 level despite being born in the USA. And after his St James' move was announced, supporters were quick to joke about the similarities to Goal! Josh tweeted: "Just saw Newcastle have signed Santiago Munoz. Most read in FootballLive BlogGunners news...
    An investigation is underway after a fatal single-vehicle crash in Connecticut. It happened around 5:35 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 28, and involved a motorcycle on westbound Interstate 691 in New Haven County near the Exit 5 entrance ramp in the City of Meriden, according to state police. Meriden Fire Department personnel were on the scene assisting in life-saving efforts when state police troopers responded.  The operator of the motorcycle was identified as Hartford County resident Jonathan Santiago, age 37, of Bristol, said police. Santiago was transported to Waterbury Hospital by ambulance and was pronounced by hospital staff, said police. The State Police-Collision Analysis Reconstruction Squad (CARS) responded to the scene to assist with this investigation. State Police are asking anyone with information regarding the events that led up to the collision to contact Troop I-Bethany at 203-393-4200.  Check back to Daily Voice for updates.
    After tying a goal on his visit to The Lion Beast On Day 7 of the 2021 Apertura of the MX League, the technical director of the Club América Eagles, Santiago Solari, He assured that he was satisfied with the game developed by his players, valuing the effort made by them during the closing of the game, emphasizing that they played with one man less for half an hour against one of the most powerful teams in the tournament. In addition, the Indiecito also commented to have enjoyed the actions of the match, although he accepted that they had a couple of opportunities to increase the advantage before the green bellies tied them. Also read: Marzhe Ponce shows her tremendous rear with a tiny swimsuit and turns her followers on “I enjoyed the game, sometimes in high competitions it is difficult to enjoy the game, but I liked it in general, it seems to me a very rich game in different aspects. The second half, obviously playing half an hour with one less man changes the game a lot....