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    More On: philippines Flight attendant found dead in gruesome hotel crime scene, 11 charged Philippine president’s guards ‘smuggled’ COVID-19 vaccines One-legged man is a basketball star Philippines police threaten social distancing violators with caning The three men arrested for the hotel death of a flight attendant in the Philippines were released from custody Wednesday — as prosecutors slammed the lack of proof that she had been raped or murdered. The trio — the only ones arrested out of 11 charged for Christine Angelica Dacera’s death after a New Year’s Eve party in her hotel — were released as prosecutors threw the case back to Makati City, which had prematurely ruled it a “solved case,” CNN said. Prosecutors insisted that “the pieces of evidence so far submitted are insufficient to establish that she was sexually assaulted or raped” — and if so, which of the group partying with her were responsible, with many...
    The University of Arizona has self imposed a one-year postseason ban on its men's basketball team two months after the NCAA levied misconduct allegations against the program related to the 2017 federal probe into improper payments to recruits and coaches. The NCAA may still choose to tack on further punishment on top of the ban, which will deprive Arizona's athletic department of lucrative postseason television revenue for the 2020-21 season. The punishment stems from the FBI probe into corruption in college basketball recruiting circles. The investigation, revealed in 2017, resulted in the arrest of 10 individuals, most of whom were apparel company representatives, sports agency employees, and assistant coaches, such as Arizona's Book Richardson. Richardson was fired by the university and later pleaded guilty to accepting $20,000 in bribes from aspiring business manager Christian Dawkins. He was sentenced to three months in prison in 2019. Arizona was accused of nine...
    The star witness in Trump's 'voter fraud' case in Michigan used to work as a stripper at a now closed gentlemen's club called the Bada Bing, sources have told DailyMail.com. Mellissa Carone, 33, used to dance at the venue in 2010, which has the same name as the infamous strip club featured in HBO's hit show The Sopranos.  The seedy joint even takes after the mobster strip club, having its own history of violence. It finally shuttered following a string of incidents, including an attack in 2010 where four men, including the manager, were arrested and charged with torturing a man in the basement, drilling through his hand with an electric drill.  Carone, 33, became a viral sensation during a hearing with Rudy Giuliani last week where she gave a belligerent, bizarre and widely discredited testimony detailing her claims of election fraud. Last week, DailyMail.com revealed she had recently finished 12...
    Two gun-toting Virginia men who were arrested after they traveled to Philadelphia to “straighten out the vote” in Pennsylvania on Thursday night have been charged and identified, a report said. The suspects were identified by a local ABC affiliate as Joshua Macias, 42, and Antonio Lamotta, 61, both from Chesapeake, Virginia. The were each hit with concealed firearm without a license, a felony, and carrying a firearm on public streets, a misdemeanor, according to a local ABC affiliate. The suspects were stopped by Philadelphia police in the city’s center after authorities in Virginia got a tip that they were heading to the city in a silver Hummer to “straighten out the vote” as election workers counted ballots there Thursday night. The pair allegedly had an AR-15 rifle, a stockpile of ammo and AR-15 parts when they were arrested. The Hummer they were riding in was decked...
    Brian Higgins, 51, from Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, was charged with material support of an act of terrorism The fourteenth man to be charged over a plot to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer and 'overthrow' the government has been named and pictured.  Brian Higgins, 51, from Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, was charged with material support of an act of terrorism which carries a 20 year prison sentence.  He is among 14 men who have been charged in two separate indictments - one by the FBI and one by Michigan's Attorney General - over their plot to kidnap Whitmer and generally overthrow governments.  The men are being described by prosecutors as part of a 'boogaloo' movement - an organization of agitators who are predominantly right-wing. Six men have been charged with conspiracy to kidnap Whitmer. They are Ty Garbin, Adam Fox, Kaleb Franks, Daniel Harris, Brandon Caserta and Barry Croft.  Higgins was charged...
    A white man facing assault charges in an attack on a black Michigan teenager was charged Tuesday with a federal hate crime. Lee Mouat, 42, is accused of striking 18-year-old Devin Freelon Jr. with a bike lock on June 6 at a state park in Monroe. Investigators said he repeatedly yelled racial slurs and said black people could not use the beach.  'The allegations in this case, which essentially amount to violent and blatant racism, are deeply offensive to the values we hold in Michigan,' U.S. Attorney Matthew Schneider said. If convicted, Mouat, of Newport, faces 10 years in prison. Mouat is accused of using the N word and telling the group that 'didn't belong on the beach' and 'black lives don't matter'. He is also accused of saying the group were 'playing gang music' and 'wanting to hit them with this cooler'.  Lee Mouat, 42, left, is accused of...
    Lawyers for the father and son duo charged with murdering 25-year old jogger Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia say that the third defendant charged in the case, who filmed the video of the shooting, is lying about what happened to protect himself.  Attorneys for Gregory and Travis McMichael sought to defend their clients in a new episode of 48 Hours airing on Saturday as the men remain jailed on charges for Arbery's February 23 killing.     William 'Roddie' Bryan Jr, who filmed a video of the shooting, was also charged with murder after prosecutors said he joined the McMichaels in their pursuit of Arbery, who was running alone and unarmed through a neighborhood outside Brunswick when he was killed.  Bryan Jr told police that after Travis fired three shots at Arbery, he stood over his body and shouted: 'F***ing n*****.' But the McMichaels' attorneys say that never happened, and that Bryan...
    Georgia prosecutors want to use 'racial' Facebook posts and text messages that contain 'a ton of filth including the N word' as evidence against three men charged in the murder of Ahmaud Arbery.  Court documents filed by prosecutors in Glynn County on Friday say Gregory and Travis McMichael and their neighbor William 'Roddie' Bryan Jr each shared 'racial' material.  They want  to use the messages and posts as 'proof of motive', The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.  The McMichaels have been jailed since they were arrested on murder charges in May, more than two months after 25-year-old Arbery was fatally shot while running in their neighborhood outside of Brunswick. Bryan Jr, who shot the video, was also charged with murder after joining the pursuit.  Travis McMichael is said to have a shared a 'racial highway video Facebook post,' 'a racial Johnny Rebel Facebook post' and a racial text message in 2019. His father Gregory reportedly...
    A judge denied Democratic donor Ed Buck's request to be released on Friday, claiming he posed a danger to the community.  U.S. Magistrate Judge Rozella A. Oliver said that the conditions presented by Buck's attorney were 'insufficient' to ensure that the embattled donor would show at trial, KCAL reports.  Oliver also said that Buck's legal team failed to show how the medical staff at the Metropolitan Detention Center were incapable of handling their client's medical needs, after the defense expressed concern with Buck getting COVID-19.  She added that he did not appear to have any medical conditions that seemed to put him at risk for catching the virus at 66 years of age.    U.S. Magistrate Judge Rozella A. Oliver denied Ed Buck's request to be released from jail on Friday, claiming the embattled donor was a danger to the public 'Ed Buck was asking to be confined to his...
    Ed Buck, the Democratic party donor in whose house two men died of drug overdoses, is planning to ask to be released from jail and await trial from home. On Friday, at a bail reconsideration hearing, Buck's defense attorneys are set to argue that Buck, 66, is high-risk of contracting coronavirus if he remains locked up.      According to court papers obtained by City News Service, Buck says he is willing to pay a $400,000 signature bond as well as be electronically monitored and confined to his hime.  The attorneys also argue that Buck suffers from gum disease and needs specialized cardiac care that the criminal justice system is unable to provide. But federal prosecutors are against his release, saying Buck is a fight risk and he represents a potential danger to the public.   Ed Buck is expected to be asked to be released from jail at a bail reconsideration...
    Eight men are facing felony charges for allegedly sexually assaulting an unconscious 16-year-old girl during a party last December, with a portion of the rape being recorded on video and then shared on Facebook.  Police in Providence held a press conference on Wednesday morning and announced the arrests of seven of the suspects, identified as Richard Tarell Chester, 20, of Massachussetts; Luis Cabrera, 19; Jose Vargas, 19; Erving Keith Colon, 25; Malcom Baptista, 19; Luis Luna, 19, and Carlos Chicon, 20, all of Providence. An eighth suspect, Carlos Vasquez, 19, of Providence, remains at large and is being sought by police.  Police in Providence, Rhode Island, have named eight suspects in the December 2019 sexual assault of an unconscious 16-year-old girl, seven of whom have been caught   The crime took place during a house party on Glenham Street (pictured), where the teen was brought by two friends  RELATED ARTICLES Previous...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Two men have been charged in the robbery and assault of three transgender women — including YouTube personality Eden Estrada who goes by Eden the Doll — in Hollywood last month, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced Tuesday. Carlton Callway, 29, has been charged in connection with an Aug. 17 attack on three transgender women. (LAPD) Carlton Alexander Callway, 29, of Compton, faces one felony count each of grand theft from the person of another, second-degree robbery, criminal threats, attempted second-degree robbery, assault by means of force likely to produce great bodily injury and battery with serious bodily injury. Callway was previously arrested in connection with the case. Davion Williams, 22, has been charged in connection with an Aug. 17 attack on three transgender women. (LAPD) Davion Anthony Williams, 22, also of Compton, faces one one felony count each of grand theft and assault...
    Alex Thomas August 20, 2020 0 Comments Longtime Trump advisor Steve Bannon, who served in the president’s 2016 campaign, has been charged with defrauding investors in a “We Build the Wall” fundraiser. The charges against Bannon and three other men — Brian Kolfage, Andrew Badolato and Timothy Shea — were announced by prosecutors in the Southern District of New York on Thursday morning. In a press release, U.S. Attorney Audrey Strauss said that the men defrauded “hundreds of thousands of donors in connection with an online crowdfunding campaign known as ‘We Build the Wall’ that raised more than $25 million.” The attorney said that all of the men were arrested on Thursday morning. Strauss said, “The defendants defrauded hundreds of thousands of donors, capitalizing on their interest in funding a border wall to raise millions of dollars, under the false pretense that all of that money would be spent...
    Prosecutors charged three men in Chicago with federal gun crimes Friday-- the first charges under the Justice Department's new crime initiative in the city. Hundreds of federal officials poured into Chicago in recent days as part of President Trump's "Operation Legend," aimed at tackling violent crime and gun offenses. MOST CHICAGO HOMICIDE VICTIMS OVER THE PAST DECADE ARE BLACK, POLICE DATA SHOW Romeo Holloway, 21, was arrested Tuesday night by federal and local law enforcement officers for illegally possessing a loaded handgun. Darryl Collins, 30, was arrested Wednesday afternoon by Chicago police for illegally possessing ammunition, which was in a loaded handgun, according to the criminal complaint. Both men had previously been convicted of felonies for unlawful possession of a firearm or ammunition Federal and local law enforcement officers also executed a search warrant at the home of Darryl Phillips, 22, of Chicago, early Wednesday morning. Officers discovered a semiautomatic handgun in a bedroom, the complaint...
    The GBI arrested Christopher Pullen, 23, for the murder of 19-year-old Vanita Richardson and Truvenia Campell, 31 The Georgia Bureau of Investigations have charged three men for the May killing of two half-sisters whose bodies were found in a Georgia river in May with bags over their heads.  In a press release, the GBI announced the arrest of Christopher Pullen, 23, and gave additional charges to 28-year-old Desmond Brown and 36-year-old Devin Watts.  All three have been charged with felony murder for the deaths of 19-year-old Vanita Richardson and Truvenia Campell, 31.  They are all being held at the Floyd County Jail.   The two women were last seen alive on May 12. A work crew discovered their bodies beneath the East Rome Bypass bridge near the bank of the Etowah River the following morning.  Two maintenance workers came across the bodies at around 11am on May 13 while working...
    NEW YORK – An 18-year-old girl was arrested and charged with the murder of an unidentified man who was found dead on the roof of a McDonald’s in the Bronx. Ayame Stamoulis, 18, from Brooklyn, was charged with murder, New York police said Saturday. Stamoulis was ordered to be jailed without bail after her arraignment on Friday. The charges for which he is charged include murder, tampering with evidence and concealment of a corpse. Her return date to court is August 17. In his indictment documents, a police detective said Stamoulis and one of the accomplices moved the body of victim Richard Hamlet to the roof of the fast-food restaurant after they broke into his apartment across the street and killed him. there. Det. Jeff Grater wrote that Stamoulis and the two men beat and killed Hamlet. The men then wrapped their bodies in plastic bags, Grater...
    NEW YORK – An 18-year-old girl was arrested and charged with the murder of an unidentified man who was found dead on the roof of a McDonald’s in the Bronx. Ayame Stamoulis, 18, from Brooklyn, was charged with murder, New York police said Saturday. Stamoulis was ordered to be jailed without bail after her arraignment on Friday. The charges for which he is charged include murder, tampering with evidence and concealment of a corpse. Her return date to court is August 17. In his indictment documents, a police detective said Stamoulis and one of the accomplices moved the body of victim Richard Hamlet to the roof of the fast-food restaurant after they broke into his apartment across the street and killed him. there. Det. Jeff Grater wrote that Stamoulis and the two men beat and killed Hamlet. The men then wrapped their bodies in plastic bags, Grater...
    NEW YORK – An 18-year-old girl was arrested and charged with the murder of an unidentified man who was found dead on the roof of a McDonald’s in the Bronx. Ayame Stamoulis, 18, from Brooklyn, was charged with murder, New York police said Saturday. Stamoulis was ordered to be jailed without bail after her arraignment on Friday. The charges for which he is charged include murder, tampering with evidence and concealment of a corpse. Her return date to court is August 17. In his indictment documents, a police detective said Stamoulis and one of the accomplices moved the body of victim Richard Hamlet to the roof of the fast-food restaurant after they broke into his apartment across the street and killed him. there. Det. Jeff Grater wrote that Stamoulis and the two men beat and killed Hamlet. The men then wrapped their bodies in plastic bags, Grater...
    Federal authorities Wednesday charged two men with helping to abduct a Southern California car dealer who was held for $2-million ransom, beaten, killed and buried in the Mojave desert. Anthony Valladares, 28, and Alexis Ivan Romero Velez, 24, were arrested Tuesday and charged in federal court with kidnapping. An attorney for Valladares declined to comment, and an attorney representing Velez didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. The evening of July 16, 2018, a friend dropped off Ruochen “Tony” Liao, a Chinese national who sold high-end cars in Southern California, at the San Gabriel Square shopping plaza on Valley Boulevard to meet a man he believed would help him collect a debt, an FBI agent wrote in an affidavit. The friend watched Liao, 28, climb into a dark-colored minivan and drive off. It was the last he — or anyone else — would see of Liao. In court...
    Andrew Jackson The Department of Justice announced Saturday that four men have been charged with trying to tear down the statue of President Andrew Jackson in Lafayette Square in Washington D.C. by the White House. Each of the defendants face a count of destruction of federal property. Their actions were all caught on tape, and happened amid protests, authorities said. Virginia man Lee Michael Cantrell, 47. Authorities say he used a wooden board trying to pry the Jackson statue off its base, and attempted to pullthe statue down using a yellow strap. D.C. man Connor Matthew Judd, 20. He was trying to pull down the statue, authorities said. This defendant was arrested Friday, according to the DOJ. Maryland man Ryan Lane, 37. He tied a rope to the statue, and pulling on another rope, authorities said. Maine man Graham Lloyd, 37.  He allegedly broke off wheels of cannons at the statue’s...
    Four men are facing criminal charges for attempting to unbolt a statue of former President Andrew Jackson across from the White House as part of anti-racist protests rocking the United States, authorities said on Saturday. President Donald Trump, who poses as guarantor of “law and order” within five months of the presidential election, for his part tweeted the calls launched by the police to identify fifteen other demonstrators who participated to this action. On Monday evening, a group attacked the statue of former President Johnson, a defender of slavery who ruled the United States from 1865 to 1869. They had wrapped ropes around the monument and attempted to put it down. Based on videos of the scene, four were identified tying or pulling the ropes, or even hammering another protester. Aged 20 to 47, they were charged Friday with “destroying federal property”, a charge punishable by one to ten...
    The Department of Justice on Saturday announced charges against four men for their alleged involvement in the vandalization of the Andrew Jackson statue in Lafayette Square in Washington, D.C., during a demonstration earlier this week. The news broke just hours after President Trump tweeted 15 individual press releases from the U.S. Park Police, with photographs of suspects who allegedly desecrated the monument, which lies on federally owned property. Lee Michael Cantrell, 47, of Virginia; Connor Matthew Judd, 20, of Washington, D.C.; Ryan Lane, 37, of Maryland; and Graham Lloyd, 37, of Maine, were all charged in a criminal complaint Friday with "destruction of federal property," according to the Justice Department (DOJ). The charges were announced by Acting U.S. Attorney Michael R. Sherwin; Special Agent in Charge of the FBI Washington Field Office’s Criminal Division, James A. Dawson, and Acting Chief of the Park Police Gregory T. Monahan. The complaint, which was unsealed Saturday, states that on June 22, the four men...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal authorities have charged four men in connection with a failed effort last week to pull down the statue of President Andrew Jackson near the White House. In a complaint unsealed Saturday, authorities allege that the men damaged and attempted to tear down the Jackson statue, which is located in Lafayette Square, last Monday. The square has been the site of protests in the aftermath of George Floyd's death while in police custody in Minneapolis. Those charged are Lee Michael Cantrell, 47, of Virginia; Connor Matthew Judd, 20, of Washington, D.C.; Ryan Lane, 37, of Maryland; and Graham Lloyd, 37, of Maine. Judd was arrested on Friday and appeared in Superior Court of the District of Columbia on Saturday, authorities said. The other three have not been apprehended. The FBI and the U.S. Park Police have been investigating the incident. A statement from the U.S. Attorney's Office...
    (CNN)The Justice Department has charged four men with destruction of federal property in connection with the attempt on Monday to bring down a statue of former President Andrew Jackson in Lafayette Park near the White House, the US Attorney for Washington, DC and other law enforcement officials announced Saturday.The attempt to bring down the statue was stopped.The DOJ alleged Lee Cantrell, Connor Judd, Ryan Lane and Graham Lloyd, along with other unidentified people, damaged and attempted to tear down the statue on Monday. In a criminal complaint, authorities further alleged Judd was seen on video attempting to pull down the statue, and Lane was seen on video tying a rope to the statue and pulling on another rope tied to to it, according to a DOJ press release. Interior Secretary threatens to withhold funds from state and local governments unless they protect monumentsThe department also alleged that Lloyd was seen...
    Four men alleged to have been trying to tear down the Andrew Jackson statue in Lafayette Square just outside of the White House were each charged with destruction of federal property on Friday, according to a news release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for D.C. The incident took place on Monday, June 22, when Lee Michael Cantrell, 47, of Virginia; Connor Matthew Judd, 20, of D.C.; Ryan Lane, 37, of Maryland and Graham Lloyd, 37, of Maine were allegedly trying to take down the Jackson statue, along with other unidentified individuals. The unsealed complaint alleged, according to the release, that Cantrell was captured on video attempting to pry the statue off its base with a wooden board and trying to pull the statue down with the aid of a yellow strap. The release said Judd’s alleged offense was him trying to pull down the statue, which was caught on video....
    Ahmaud Arbery, a young African-American jogger, was killed on February 23 while running in a residential neighborhood in Brunswick, Georgia. Three men have been formally charged. It took a video Ahmaud Arbery, a young African American was assassinated on February 23. This drama happened when he made his jogging in a residential area of ​​Brunswick, a town of Georgia. This state south of United States has a long segregationist past, reports the newspaper Le Monde. After this terrible fact, the local police did not carry out no questioning during two months. At the beginning of May, a video of the drama was broadcast and it toured social networks. It was only after this publication that the investigation really started. She was removed from local police. Meanwhile, Georgian Justice Minister Chris Carr has reacted to the case. He officially asked the Justice Department to conduct a investigation on the handling...
    FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – A Pennsylvania man who was taken into custody after he led Fort Lauderdale police on a slow-speed chase on I-95 earlier this month has been charged in a double murder on Fort Lauderdale beach. Daniel Dovi, 64, has been charged with the following: two counts of premeditated murder, two counts of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, two counts of aggravated assault, and feeling and eluding. According to a report from police, on Tuesday, June 9th, a caller told the 911 operator that “Blood is everywhere.” That same caller went on to say it appeared one of the men was “missing an arm.” Because of all the blood, the caller then began talking about one of the two victims saying, “There is another male there who looks like he is sleeping and that the male who is sleeping has blood on him. After that, the...
    Former Air Force Sgt. Steven Carrillo and his alleged accomplice, Robert A. Justus, were recently charged in the shooting death of a Black federal security officer, David Patrick Underwood, on May 29 in Oakland, California. The men were apprehended when sheriff’s deputies searched their van on June 6 and found ammunition, firearms, bomb-making equipment, and a ballistic vest adorned with a patch. RELATED: Michigan security guard fatally shot after telling customer to wear face mask The patch featured the image of an igloo and Hawaiian-style, print which has come to be widely associated with a growing, far-right movement aimed at starting a new civil war in the United States. Officials say that Carrillo is a follower of the “boogaloo” movement, formed by white militiamen who feel that they are the targets of government tyranny. The federal government has charged the two men with murder, and they are also facing state...
    Five Silver Spring men are now charged with the murder of a Maryland man that drew a huge police presence to the area near Wheaton Regional Park, complete with police helicopters, the morning of Tuesday, May 26. Each of the five faces a first-degree murder charge in the shooting death of 29-year-old Francisco Anton Medrano-Campos, who was killed in the Glenmont Circle area, where he lived, near Georgia Avenue and Randolph Road. The Montgomery County Police Department identified the suspects: Carlos Andres Orellana, 21, of Silver Spring; Daniel E. Huezo Landaverde, 19, of Silver Spring; Oscar Effrain Zavala-Urrea, 19, of Silver Spring; Romeo Almengor Oxlaj-Lopez, 20, of Silver Spring; Victor Alfonso Cruz-Orellana (no age provided), of Silver Spring. The five are being held without bail after their arrests on June 5, police said. The shooting of Medrano-Campos occurred just after 7 a.m. May 26. That morning county police canvassed the area...
    JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - Nearly two months after the fatal shooting of an 11-year-old child inside an apartment in Mississippi, three men have been charged in connection with his death. Jordan McCoy was killed when several gunshots were fired into his apartment while he was sleeping on April 6, news outlets reported. Now, Diallo Vaughn, Kemarshon Cassity and Kadarius Taylor are charged with murder for his death, the Jackson Police Department said in a Twitter post Thursday. Most of the arrests come after the family’s attorney, Lisa Ross, and Jackson Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba exchanged heated words during a news conference about what Ross characterized as a lack of transparency in the shooting investigation. TOP STORIES Richmond police chief says rioters blocked firefighters from burning home with child inside Trump campaign confident as Biden gaffe provides boost with black voters Mark Cubans Dear White People message implores:...
    The murder cases against three white Georgia men charged in the shooting death of unarmed black jogger Ahmaud Arbery can move forward, a judge ruled Thursday. Glynn County Chief Magistrate Judge Wallace Harrell moved the cases against George McMichael and his son, Travis McMichael, and William “Roddie” Bryan on to superior court for trial following a day-long hearing — the first court appearance for the three men since their arrests last month. The McMichaels are both charged with felony murder and aggravated assault in Arbery’s Feb. 23 death, and Bryan with felony murder and criminal attempt to commit false imprisonment. The lead state investigator in the case, Richard Dial, testified that the McMichaels got into their pickup truck and chased Arbery around the Satilla Shores neighborhood for several minutes and that Bryan, who shot the viral video that brought the case to national attention, joined the chase and tried to...
    Two men were charged with arson and possession of Molotov cocktails after they threw them at a Dakota County Government building, located south of Minneapolis, Friday. U.S. Attorney’s Office announced a federal criminal complaint against Garrett Patrick Ziegler, 24, and Fornandous Cortez Henderson, 32, Tuesday – a formal detention hearing has been scheduled for Thursday. According to the criminal complaint, the Apple Valley Police Department responded to a fire alarm early on May 29 at the Dakota County Western Service Center (DCWSC) -- the location of court facilities and a U.S. Passport Center. GEORGE FLOYD DEATH: MINNESOTA FILES HUMAN-RIGHTS COMPLAINT AGAINST MINNEAPOLIS POLICE Security officials reportedly found “broken windows, smoke and flames” at the west end of the building. “Located at the scene were items consistent with those used in Molotov cocktails, including broken glass jars and liquor bottles, pushpins, intact glass jars containing ignitable liquid and a charred red...
    Two men threw Molotov cocktails into a Dakota County courthouse last Friday as unrest spilled into the Twin Cities suburbs in the aftermath of George Floyd’s death in police custody, according to the United States Attorney’s Office Fornandous Cortez Henderson, 32, and Garrett Patrick Ziegler, 24, from Savage and Long Lake, respectively, have been charged with arson and possession of Molotov cocktails. They made their initial court appearance Tuesday before Magistrate Judge Becky R. Thorson in U.S. District Court in Minneapolis. Garrett Patrick Ziegler Apple Valley police responded to a fire alarm at the Western Service Center in Apple Valley last Friday, according to a criminal complaint, and found broken windows, smoke, and flames coming from the building. Located at the scene were items consistent with those used in Molotov cocktails, including broken glass jars and liquor bottles, pushpins, intact glass jars containing ignitable liquid, and a charred red bandana....
    Charges have been filed against four people arrested in Falcon Heights and St. Paul involving separate incidents stemming from rioting and looting that followed the Memorial Day death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, according to criminal complaints filed Friday in Ramsey County District Court. Theodore Aaron Roloff, 26, of New London, Wis., was arrested on suspicion of felony third-degree burglary after authorities said he broke into and burglarized a Falcon Heights gas station. According to the criminal complaint, about 12:50 a.m. Friday deputies saw three men walking out of the broken-glass door of the BP gas station at 1691 N. Snelling Ave. in Falcon Heights. Deputies chased, caught and arrested one of the men, who was wearing a ski mask and later identified as Roloff. As he fled, Roloff dropped a backpack, which contained “multiple packs of lottery tickets and unopened packs of cigarettes.” The other two men were not...
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